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New Interview with Jay Weidner on Veritas Radio

Synopsis for the show:

This is “Take 2″ of what was supposed to be an interview conducted weeks ago. This is what makes this interview so much more special. During the first attempt, at the end of a 2-hour interview, Jay Weidner’s voice was completely removed from our system. The entire interview was lost, with the exception of Mel’s voice. A day after this first interview was recorded Jay Weidner went to appear in the Jeffe Rense radio program. Not surprising, Jeff Rense also had technical difficulties. What is so important that exotic technology is used to suppress this information? The topic of Cryptoterrestrials. To many, the word “cryptoterrestrials” may sound like science fiction, and perhaps this is how those in control prefer to keep it that way so that the mainstream population does not learn about this reality. The term “cryptoterrestrials” was used by the late researcher and author Mac Tonnies, who died in his sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition at the age of 34 on October 18, 2009, which happens to be Mel’s birthday.

Jay finds a connection between 2001: A Space Odyssey and September 11, 2001. Jay states that 9/11 could not have happened any later than it did or the people would not have believed it. There is an awakening taking place now.

In addition to exploring cryptoterrestrials we discussed the Freemasons, cyber-censorship, and revisited Kubrick’s hidden secrets. We also discussed Ridley Scott and Christopher Nolan and their movies, “Prometheus” and “The Dark Knight Rises”, respectively. Since Jay and Mel have a fascination for sound frequencies, Mel demonstrates the difference between A 440 Hz and A 432 Hz. This is an interview full of information you will certainly not find in the mainstream media. We are glad that Jay accepted to participate again.

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