In his controversial new Insight, Egypt expert Andrew Collins, who is a frequent guest on Dreamland (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show) explains what is behind recent accusations of conspiracy regarding artifacts found at Giza.

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There is controversy swirling around recent activities on the Giza Plateau. Is there a new dig taking place in secret, and, if so, what is it for and why is it happening? Two years ago, Andrew Collins discovered a cave system under the plateau, the existence of which has been officially denied by Egyptian authorities.

Listen as Andrew Collins tells us what he believes has happened. He has talked with the Association for Research and Development about whether or not they are engaged in a dig, and offers his thoughts about what the reason might be for the secrecy of this dig.

And don’t miss Andrew’s article about this in our Insight Section. To read it, click here.
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Our interviews with Unknowncountry subscribers who have had close encounters have become one of the most popular features in the history of our subscriber program, and this week Anne Strieber talks to "Tim," a close encounter witness who had some experiences that are startlingly similar to what Whitley Strieber reported in "Transformation."

Don’t miss this remarkable record of one man’s face-to-face encounter with the unknown presence that lives in so many of our lives. read more

Something that happened to the dinosaurs 137 million years ago is right out of Whitley Strieber’s Superstorm, and it could be about to happen again. In Superstorm, the Earth experiences dramatic cooling when the Gulf Stream stops. Scientists now have evidence that this exact scenario happened 137 million years ago, when the earth experienced dramatic heating due to a massive methane spike, then suddenly cycled to icy conditions when the heat-trapping methane dissipated. The changes appears to have been extremely sudden, and similar changes that have taken place more recently suggest that Europe went from being a temperate zone to entering the last ice age in just 30 days.
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