i've been hearing a lot from David Wilcock about this upcoming show on the SyFy channel, and as of 2 days ago it's finally been given an
airtime in his most recent interview, part of which is below. i can't find anything specific about the show at the moment online, but David says
it's going to star him, George Noory, Richard Hoagland, and others, and it's going to be a 2-hour episode...
here's where i heard the first details (part 4 of the interview, out of 11 parts):
this is about all i can find right now regarding this upcoming show:
Also due in November: previously announced original movies "Ice Twisters" (Saturday, November 14) and "Beyond Sherwood" (Saturday, November
28) as well as "2012: Startling New Secrets" (Sunday, November 8), a two-hour special timed with the release of the Roland Emmerich film of the
well, i'm sure it'll be online soon enough, and i'll try and be the first to post that YouTube link in this thread!
i'm going to set it up to record as soon as possible on my DVR, too!
thanks for taking an interest, and i only hope that David mentions some new stuff, but i have a feeling he's only going to tell what i already know,
because let's face it, he's going to have to speak in layman's terms on mainstream media...
well i just watched this on DVR, and i must say, i'm not surprised that it's basically everything we've heard before. David Wilcock got maybe a
minute total of airtime, whereas Richard C. Hoagland was one of the main 3 "stars" of the show.
i wish they would have let Wilcock talk about much more, though i'm sure he did, they just edited it all down...
basically, everything on the show has been floating around ATS for quite some time now, so we really didn't miss much
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