This episode Daniel is joined by Stewart Swerdlow who is most famous for being part of the infamous Montauk project. Most of this interview is heavily focused on the alien aspect of Stewart’s experiences throughout his life as well as the Montauk project itself. Daniel has just recently read Stewart’s first book “Montauk: The Alien Connection” and is very curious to ask Stewart questions regarding aliens.
They start out at the beginning as Stewart talks about growing up and his first ever alien encounter. He talks about what motivated him to write his first book and explains why he picked a butterfly alien to be on the cover.
Daniel asks Stewart about whether the alleged meetings took place post World War 2 between alien groups and the earth’s governments. Stewart goes on to explain that this was hardly the first time aliens have met up with human leaders. The conversation moves deeper into the past as Stewart explains how the Annunaki were actually a non-Draconian race of Reptilians who later found themselves in conflict with the reptilian Draconians who actually rose to dominance afterwards.
Stewart goes on to explain in detail more aspects of the Draconian faction of reptilian aliens. Daniel asks about how big they get as well as if the Queen of England is actually truly a hybrid herself.
The topic of mind control and programming comes up and Daniel asks several more questions related to ceremonial magic, programming, cannibalism, Pizzagate(which Stewart informs is likely fake programming) and much more.
During the break, Daniel continues the trend by playing a few more songs from Circle A Enterprises and then plays the new End of Days Radio theme once again.
Fringe News and Listener Roundtable:
Daniel talks about a few stories from the news including the scientist who has claimed to now have scientific evidence of aliens.
Al calls in to discuss the interview and a few other topics. Todd calls in to announce his birthday and then Vanessa joined the line to wish Todd a happy birthday and for a little zombie talk.