Richard Hoagland Interview on Dark Mission - Project Camelot - 3 Parts (Video)
2008-01-23 0:00


Dark Mission - an interview with Richard Hoagland - 3 Parts.

Ed Comment: Check out the related Red Ice Creations radio shows below with Joseph P Farrell, David Wilcock and Ted Twietmeyer

This interview, in three comprehensive parts, first chronicles Richard's personal journey; then detailed photographic analysis evidencing NASA's deception of the public for decades; and finally his personal views and conclusions about 2012.

Richard - articulate, outspoken and controversial as always - packs a huge amount of information into the nearly three hours of edited interview. Whatever your personal views about NASA, the Apollo missions, or the possible real history of our solar system and its exploration past and present, you will find material here that will educate, inform and stimulate, and which cannot be ignored.

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