William Henry has been doing research into the very latest discoveries about the god particle, and Whitley Strieber interviews him in this special–and VERY special edition of Revelations about the profound meaning of this discovery, and whether or not we are opening a door to the conscious energy that is all around us. Who are the ‘immovable ones’ and why did the ancient Maya say that an oil called itz will fall from the sky and play a role in the opportunity for human transformation that is upon us? Rich wisdom and information here.

William Henry’s website is WilliamHenry.net.

Jay Weidner believes that we landed on the moon, but he thinks that we were denied the right to see what actually happened there. He believes that legendary Hollywood filmmaker Stanley Kubrick created the images we saw from the moon, and that we have been denied access to the real footage. This interview delves deeply into the dark heart of Hollywood and the secret realities that are concealed from us. What does the Shining have to do with the moon landing? Was the hotel manager really JFK in the opening interview of the film. Was Jack really Kubrick himself. And why does little Danny in the Shining wear an Apollo 11 shirt?

On June 10, 2009 the amazing Anthony Peake generate a huge audience for Revelations when he talked about what happens at and after the moment of death. "At the moment of death, the body generates a group of chemicals that causes consciousness to literally fall out of the physical world and outside of time."

Anthony Peake has amassed evidence that we consist of two separate consciousnesses–everyday consciousness and that of the Daemon, the higher being that possesses knowledge of future events, and now he describes the nature of the higher self, the Daemon, is outside of time. "The daemon lives outside of time, so your future is part of his memory, and if you listen it can teach you, guide you and warn you."

William Henry talks to Robert Bauval from a hotel room in Egypt, where Robert is exploring changes in the Egyptian government, and how they might affect the future of the monuments and the magnificent artifacts stored in Egypt. Many members of the Egyptology community felt that Zahi Hawass, the Egyptian Director of General of Antiquities under Hosni Mubarek, would resign and perhaps even leave the country. However, a short time after he left his post, he returned to it, saying "I can’t live without the antiquities and the antiquities can’t live without me."