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Andrew Collins on Giants, Hybrids, and Gobekli Tepe - November 7, 2015

AndrewBoneBookAndrew Collins joins us to talk about his latest trip through ancient sites of North American with Greg Little. We discuss Giants, and Hybrids, and The Nephilim and Watchers. Then we get into the latest on Gobekli Tepe, We discuss the alignments, the newly discovered Bone Plaque discovered on one of Andrews tours, and the difference in opinions between him Graham Hancock and Robert Schoch. Finally we get into the possible Alien Mega-structure found in deep space, and it's relation to Cygnus and Andrew's work.

Andrew's website is www.AndrewCollins.com.

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Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods by Andrew Collins (2014)

Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods; The Temple of the Watchers and the Discovery of Eden is the culmination of a huge body of work by Andrew Collins. Andrew was on top of this line of history back when Gobekli Tepe was just being discovered. A number of his earlier books investigate this area and this culture for keys to our past. This book brings all that together as he attempts to work out who the builders of the site were, and who the Annunaki may have been. He delves, in depth, into possible alignments, the symbolism involved, what may have happened far in our past that caused such a site to be buried, and who would have been able to orginize the building of such a site when no one but hunter / gatherers were supposed to be present. It is a deep and thorough analysis of the site and what it may mean. In the later part of the book, Andrew, initially prompted by a dream, begins to look for Eden, and it's connection to Gobekli Tepe. What he finds is fascinating. From the role of Gobekli Tepe in the foundation of our current world, to the lost peoples who may have created it, to the story of the garden of Eden, this is quite the journey, and told masterfully by Andrew Collins.

Andrew Collins Website is andrewcollins.com.

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Interview with Andrew Collins, Author of Lightquest - May 25, 2012

 
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Andrew Collins joins us for a fantastic interview dealing with his latest book Lightquest: Your Guide to Seeing and Interacting with UFOs, Mystery Lights and Plasma Intelligences, and we talk a little about his upcoming book on Gobekli Tepe. Andrew is a prolific and very original writer. He has written books on Crop Circles, Atlantis, the Nephilim, Ancient Technology, and much more. He is also responsible for uncovering a massive cave system under the Giza Platau, which we will also breifly discuss.
Andrew's theories on UFO's are original and refreshing. You can see my review of his latest book here. His theory relates to the UFO Phenomenon more as plasma and not Extra-Terrestrials. It's complex and speculative at points, as is any theory on UFO's, but he manages to develop something that may account for almost all of it's manifestations.
His work on Gobekli Tepe is also phenomenal. He has worked extensively to find the alignments of the monuments, and divine their purpose. Again, his work in this regard is novel and likely very significant. You can find an article he wrote about it on his website here and have a heads up about what we will be discussing.
In this interview, we discuss;
  • The Cave complex under Giza.
  • The reality behind Roswell.
  • The Marfa Lights.
  • The connection between UFO's and other paranormal manifestations.
  • The nature of the UFO Phenomenon.
  • Men in Black.
  • Who these beings might be.
  • How do they interact with us.
  • UFO Hotspots and Patterns.
  • Bubble Universes.
  • DMT and Altered States.
  • What was Gobekli Tepe.
  • Why was it buried.
  • What is it aligned to?
  • Cynus and it's importance.
And much, much more. Andrew's book on Gobekli Tepe is due out around the end of this year, and I highly recommend all his previous work. You can find his website at AndrewCollins.com.
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Interview with Andrew Collins on Gobekli Tepe and the Annunaki - November 2, 2013

 
 

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Andrew Collins returns to the show to talk more in depth about Göbekli Tepe; who may have built it, why, what it aligns to, what happened to the builders, and what some of the symbolism means. We talk of it's connections to other ancient sites, and how it brings into question the dating of many of them. We discuss the Annunaki, the watchers, who they really may have been. Discover the connections to Cygnus, Easter Island, and much, much more.
 
Andrew is a prolific author, who has been writing about the world surrounding Gobekli Tepe since the mid-90's. His books, From the Ashes of Angels, Gods of Eden, and The Cygnus Mystery all lead up to his latest work, which will be out early next year and is entitled; Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods: The Temple of the Watchers and the Discovery of Eden .
 
You can check out Andrew's website at www.AndrewCollins.com and on November 16th he will be appearing at Origins 2013 in London with Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Hugh Newman, Graham Phillips, and Caroline Wise. http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/conference/origins2013.htm You can also listen to our previous talk with Andrew in the Archive.

 
 
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Andrew Collins on Gobekli Tepe - July 19, 2014

 

 
 

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Andrew Collins joins us again to talk about his new book, Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods: The Temple of the Watchers and the Discovery of Eden. We discuss all facets of his new book, as well as connections to other lines of research. We discuss the site itself, the evidence of who may have built it, who the Annunaki really may have been, elongated skulls, giants, and much, much more.
 
Andrew is a prolific author, who has been writing about the world surrounding Gobekli Tepe since the mid-90's. His books, From the Ashes of Angels, Gods of Eden, and The Cygnus Mystery all lead up to his latest work.
 
You can check out Andrew's website at www.AndrewCollins.com.
 
 
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LightQuest: Your Guide to Seeing and Interacting with UFOs, Mystery Lights and Plasma Intelligences by Andrew Collins (2012)

There are plenty of UFO books out there. More than you can probably count. Most of them do not offer anything new, if they offer anything at all. The majority of them are stuck in the extra-terrestrial paradigm. Through the years, there have been books in the field that stand out, notably the work of people like Jacques Vallee, John Keel, John Mack, Whitley Strieber, etc. The people who were willing to try and truly understand the phenomenon.

I believe that Lightquest from Andrew Collins belongs on that list. Is it the definitive book that clearly explains everything? No. We may never have that. But this book, may very well be a step in the right direction. Expanding primarily on the work of another novel researcher, Paul Devereux, Andrew proposes that what we see as space ships, fairies, etc, are really plasma formations. This is not a new idea, although it is not a well known theory, where Collins differs, is he proposes a definite intelligence behind the phenomenon. He suggests a combination of altered states of consciousness, and what he calls a 'bubble reality' to explain what is happening to people who come in close contact with these plasma intelligences. He starts the book by debunking Roswell, the flagship of the ET Hypothesis. Following that, he explores areas that have earth lights, probable plasma formations, that show up regularly, such as Marfa, Texas. He then takes it deeper into UFO territory and explores encounters and how strange they really get. He deals with cutting edge science to try and understand what we may really be experiencing, rather than what it looks like on the surface.

Like all of his books, he shares information you will not find anywhere else. He shares some personal accounts and some never before published accounts that support his theory. He even, at the end, takes a look at the Rendlesham case.

All throughout, as he explores 'window areas', UFO hotspots, and why they may be such, he also gives you tips if you wish to visit them yourself, and where you are most likely to see something. Personally, I have been a fan of Andrew Collins for a long time now, and the majority of his books have had to do with archaeology and lost civilizations, but there are a few exceptions, like this. He has never disappointed me. He always has something worthwhile to share when he authors a book, and with the number he has out, that is quite impressive. This one is around 400 pages, detailed, well written, easy to read, and just packed with information. There is even a brief Q&A section at the end just to clarify some of the points in the book.

If you are at all interested in the UFO Phenomenon, you owe it to yourself to read this book. Even if you disagree with his overall theory, I can almost guarantee you will get something out of it of value.

You can find out more about Andrew Collins at his official website.

 

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Alien Energy: UFO's, Ritual Landscapes, and the Human Mind by Andrew Collins (1994)

This is actually an early book from Andrew Collins, re-released a few years ago. Overall, WELL worth the read. We'll start with the negatives, though. The typeset in the book is horrible. The font is tiny, and there is a lot of extra space. The photos, which play such a part in the research also look pretty bad. Finally, being that so much of it is recounting details of research, you can find yourself getting a bit tired of drudging through some of the text.

As for positives, however, the material is fantastic. He starts off talking about William Reich's Orgone Energy Theory, and the various experiments conducted. This ties in to some of their experiments later on. He follows that we fascinating research on Crop Circles. At this point, most Crop Circles are fakes, but there are some that are not known to be fake, and he goes back on the history of the subject, all the way back to the middle ages. The thing that he finds most interesting is the unusual effects that are experiences inside the crop circles, whether that be increased radiation traces, or physical symptoms that even the most skeptical people can suffer.

He poses a theory. That there is something in the field of energy of the earth, which in certain locations, can be a sort of window area, where other dimensions can overlap. He suggests that certain areas where crop circles are made are prone to this type of bleed through, and that somehow the crop circle amplifies it.

Beyond that, he then reviews Paul Devereux's Earth Lights research, which shows a correlation between fault lines and paranormal or UFO encounters. When he overlays this data with Crop Circles, he sees more possible correlations. And finally, he explores the nature of the earth below various ancient sites, to see of there is something they share, that may, again, enhance this energy.

After working through these various pieces, they then conduct 2 experiments based on these theories, using a lot of sensitive instruments, Geiger counters, IR Photography, and various other tools. They combine that with various locations, and ancient sights, orgone accumulators, and a host of meditations. This is the part of the book that drags the most. And it doesn't help that there is nothing that definitively proves or disproves anything. Collins is a good researcher, he doesn't jump at any anomaly and claim it proof. He looks for patterns, and they do find some intriguing ones to be present. There are also some really interesting personal experiences that he relates from the experiments.

I believe, not just based on his research, but also on my personal experiences, that he may be on to something. This has brought light unto some very strange things that have happened to me over the years, as Collins seems to do with many of his books. His work suggests that what we see as UFO's and mysterious lights in the sky, may not only be real, but far stranger than most people imagine. As with John Keel, his work leans towards an Ultra-Terrestrial explanation for these things. Collins admits to being an ardent believer in the nuts and bolts UFO theory for many years, but now has seen enough to suspect that our conscious minds play as much a part in their manifestation as the beings themselves.

If you want an open minded and original piece of work, this is it. But, as I said, it is a bit of a chore to work your way through. If you are serious about exploring these connections, though, read this.

 

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