New Observations is delighted to welcome Barbara Lamb to our podcast.  Barbara is recognized around the world for her extensive work with ET/Human hybrids and bringing forth necessary information on the benefits of peaceful interaction with beings from other dimensions.

 Barbara Lamb is a licensed psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and regression therapist in Southern California. She has counseled and regressed at least 1700 people to 2600 extraterrestrial encounters. She is a leading expert and presenter in this field. She has done extensive research into the ET-Human Hybrid phenomenon, and has given presentations on this subject at major conferences including the IUFOC. She personally knows and interviews a dozen people living among us who have enough ET DNA, heritage and continuing contact with the beings who created them, to be considered ET-Human Hybrids.

Barbara has co-authored three books: Crop Circles Revealed, Alien Experiences and Meet The Hybrids. Get Meet the Hybrids from our store.

Website: Barbara Lamb: We are the Disclosure

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    1. prob in the first few pages of the book. look on amazon preview i bet you could see it there.

    2. Hi Jennifer, The artist has signed the cover (just above the U in Migual) but since I don’t own the book, the best I can go off is images from a Google search. As far as I can make out, it is signed ‘Xesara’ or perhaps ‘Xezara’. I’m assuming the artist would be credited within the book but I can’t find a Google preview… so I guess the options are to either buy it 🙂 or maybe email the author.

    3. Hi there,
      I have the book. It’s really amazing. The cover artist is Christine Kesara Dennett. It lists her website as kesara.org.

  1. I am heartened by the tone of positivity in this work. It gives me hope for the survival and evolution of humanity.

  2. Barbara Lamb continues to do great work!

    I am curious about testing and genetics, Outside of showing mutations, would genetic testing provide any real clues about hybrids? I know that oddities have shown up in the human genome in (specifically, in human chromosome 2— and I won’t go into detail here). Would geneticists even know what they were seeing in hybrid genetics?

  3. like the interviews and the way the host listens without interrupting. Only issue is her microphone as opposed to the guest. It is too loud

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