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 Coast to Coast - June 28 2017 - Drone Wars - Lost Civilizations & Antarctica
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DATE:   Wednesday - June 28, 2017
HOST:   George Noory
GUESTS: Brett Velicovich, Tricia McCannon

Brett Velicovich served as an intelligence analyst (MOS 35F) for the US Army, 
where he participated in both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring 
Freedom. Subsequently, he received an MBA from Duke University and focused on 
the commercial drone technology sector. In the first half, he outlined the US 
military's evolution in the last ten years including drone technology, and 
what's under development. The military has a wide range of drone sizes, he 
reported, from handheld devices that soldiers can carry in their backpacks and 
then launch in the air to get a lay of the land, all the way up to 20 ft. models 
that are meant to stay up for longer periods and withstand various weather 
conditions.

The US military is testing swarms of drones (50 to 100 craft) that perform 
together for specific missions. Drones are a real game changer, he added, 
allowing the military to see the battlefield from different angles, including 
with night vision and thermal readings. Apart from military situations, drones 
can solve complex problems associated with humanitarian operations, and wildlife 
conservation, he enthused. Formerly, a very expensive technology, now consumer 
models can be had for just a few hundred dollars, and people may increasingly 
face privacy issues as the vehicles fly over their property, though most 
civilian users are not attempting to spy, Velicovich suggested. He does not 
foresee a bleak Skynet/Terminator scenario with the drones thinking for 
themselves, and taking over-- human pilots are behind all the operations at the 
current time.

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In the latter half, clairvoyant, historian and symbolic cosmologist Tricia 
McCannon spoke about the evidence for world-wide advanced ancient civilizations 
in locations including Atlantis and Antarctica. We have discovered a web of 
thousands of pyramids all over the globe, in what appears to have been an 
ancient advanced worldwide culture, she cited. There are ancient cities buried 
in Antarctica, she continued, as well as remnants of great 'Inner Earth' 
civilizations there, and at the North Pole.

Admiral Byrd did an expedition to Antarctica and entered an interior 
civilization called Agartha that contained a dimmer sun, crystal city, and 
benevolent beings that were 14 ft. tall, she contended. Recently, pyramids 
larger than Giza have been discovered encased in Antarctic ice, and various 
people have visited the site including an astronaut and a Cardinal, who was 
possibly sent by the Pope, she detailed. McCannon talked about archaeological 
anomalies that indicate civilization is far older than we might imagine, 
including finds in a remote area of Russia of a machine embedded in 400-
million-year-old terrain, and a pure aluminum machine part found in a sample 
that is 300-million-years-old. She also recounted how the original continent of 
Atlantis was broken into five smaller sections in the Atlantic, when the use of 
a crystal weapon had unforeseen consequences.

News segment guests: John R. Lott, Steve Kates

WEBSITE(S):
brettvelicovich.com
triciamccannonspeaks.com

BOOK(S):
Drone Warrior
Return of the Divine Sophia
Dialogues With the Angels
Jesus: The Explosive Story of the 30 Lost Years and the Ancient Mystery 
Religions