Epsilon Bootis Revisited, an interview with Duncan Lunan

by Duncan Lunan - 18:05 on 14 March 2014





BlogTalkRadio: Earth Ancients: Startling New Discoveries from Our Planets Distant Past


Special Guest: Epsilon Bootis Revisited, an interview with Duncan Lunan

Date/Time: Saturday, March 15 at 10:00 AM (PST.)

Please remember the time mentioned above is PST time not UK time



Link to the recording will be posted later..


16th March 2014 - and here as promised is the link













Comment from Kevin at 16:11 on 29 July 2014.
Hello mr Lunan, that was an interesting conversation. I was especially interested in the Neolithic content, though the green children is also an intriguing mystery. Robert Temple in his book, Egyptian Dawn, makes a convincing case for an Egyptian progenitor civilisation along the Atlantic Coast, and the archaeology in Algeria and Morroco would seem to support his theory. I myself am just returned from the isle of mull, where I was struck by the sheer density of megalithic sites. There is a striking circle in the area of Moy castle, it would be interesting to see if it tied into your galactic alignment.

On a separate note, I was wondering if you had heard of the near earth object 1991 vg, and whether you had thoughts on it? Keep up the good work!

Comment from Duncan Lunan at 19:22 on 30 July 2014.
Dear Kevin,

Several good questions there please could you contact me directly or through the website please as I do not have your contact details to give you an answer.



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