Gerald Clark | The Anunnaki, New World Order, & The Hidden Battle For Humanity

by bluesbaby5050 on November 10th, 2014

Gerald Clark | The Anunnaki, New World Order, & The Hidden Battle For Humanity
The Higherside Chats Published on Oct 12, 2014.

Anunnaki expert, Gerald Clark joins THC to discuss not only this ancient origins tale, but also how it relates to so many unexplained or confusing areas of our past, present, and even our future. Whether it be the ancient emphasis on the zodiac wheel, the hidden motivators of the secret cabals, or the Ebola virus….it all seems to be connected to these mysterious overlords.

In the Plus show, we talk more about how the chakra system, reincarnation, the electromagnetic spectrum, the DNA of Egyptian mummies, the Malaysian plane conspiracy, ISIS, the monetary system, and the stand off with Russia all relate to this ancient tale. - *** MORE HERE - Published on Jun 30, 2014.
International Radio Personality Gerald R. Clark, author of "The Anunnaki of Nibiru: Mankind's Forgotten Creator's, Enslavers, Destroyers, Creators and Hidden Architects of the New World Order" brings new topics to the table! Topics include discussing human origins, the flood account, genealogy review, the war of light and dark, how to cope with lies, the culling, Monsanto, The Pope, The Vatican and the NWO. Gerald discusses new concepts of a Holographic Universe and answers the question "could we be operating on a slave planet completely controlled in the simulator of life?" As if that weren't enough Gerald closes with Enki and Ningishzida's symbolism offering one of his best presentations yet! See and - Gerald R. Clark discusses Anunnaki of Nibiru - NWO - Monsanto - Holographic Universe & more! -
You Decide.

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TillToTheWhen: Interesting. I believe there

Interesting. I believe there's a lot of truth to these subjects. But then again lots of misinformation out there as well, that's why I try not to study too much. It just confuses me even

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