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Susan B. Martinez offers an unexpected, fascinating and beautifully researched look at our ancestors. Big, convincing surprises!

Drawing on intriguing evidence of pygmy tunnels, dwarf villages, elf arrows and tiny coffins, Susan reveals the little people as the real missing link of prehistory, later memorialized as fairyfolk and many others around the world.

Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., is a writer, linguist, teacher, paranormal researcher, and recognized authority on the Oahspe Bible with a doctorate in anthropology from Columbia University. The author of 3 books, including Time of the Quickening, she is the book review editor for the Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies.

 

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  1. The subscriber interview
    The subscriber interview posted is the same as the regular Dreamland show.

  2. Thanks for fixing it.
    Thanks for fixing it.

  3. Bes (Bisu) was an ancient
    Bes (Bisu) was an ancient Egyptian dwarf god…..

    http://www.thekeep.org/~kunoichi/kunoichi/themestream/bes.html

    He was not a god of Egyptian origin. Bes was described as ‘Coming from the Divine Land’ and ‘Lord of Punt’ (perhaps an area in present day Somalia – see Hatshepsut’s Expedition to Punt).

    There is an interesting tale about Bes, still mentioned today:

    After the triumph of Christianity Bes did not immediately vanish from the memory of man; for we are told of a wicked demon named Bes whom the holy Moses had to exorcise because he was terrorising the neighbourhood. To this day, it would seem, the monumental southern gate of Ipet-Isut (Karnak) serves as a dwelling-place for a knock-kneed dwarf whose gross head is embellished with a formidable beard. Woe to the stranger who, coming across him in the dusk of evening, laughs at his grotesque figure! For the monster will leap at his throat and strangle him. He is the Bes of ancient Egypt who, after long centuries, is not yet resigned to abandoning altogether the scenes of his earlier greatness.

    — The Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology 1994, p. 39

  4. My understanding is that
    My understanding is that remains of significantly larger-than-normal human beings have been found in mound builder sites.

  5. Even as a child I wondered
    Even as a child I wondered why if homo sapiens descended from apes do apes still exist? Why would only select apes have evolved into homo sapiens when all are subject to the same environmental pressures on the same planet?

  6. Generally a poor show and a
    Generally a poor show and a poorer interview. I never heard Whitley ask once “So where are you getting all this new different information?”. It was just accepted as fact. To me she sounded like someone who used to be quite intelligent but now is lost in her own mental wanderings.

  7. If we are going to be talking
    If we are going to be talking about ‘evolution’ , I’d like to refer to (revolutionary) work that has come about recently from Nanci Danison. She has you tube pages as well as a website called ‘backwards books’ ,which you can order books, cd’s, dvd’s. This has really churned my butter the last few months! interesting! Of course all of William Henry’s work is awesome and interesting as well and as far as we know he’s never had a near death or ‘total’ death experience.

  8. I’ve got to agree with
    I’ve got to agree with Daniel. I couldn’t even get through half of the show. She offered no facts as far as I could see. Just rambled on.

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