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Audio Interviews—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, January 2019




Hosted by Brent Raynes








Rob Freeman is a researcher and filmmaker who was just 12 years old when he saw the unexplainable from the roof of his parent's home, with a self-made sky watching kit. Fifty years later, he's traveled to over 10 countries and 30 cities, now with a state of the art sky watching kit. In 2015, he formed CSSAA (Center for the Scientific Study of Atmospheric Anomalies), and is an active in-the-field researcher. Alongside the Making Contact Project Team, Rob is connecting to the experts and documenting his extensive experience, all within this new age of ufology.

Mark McNabb has been compelled to tell emotional stories for as long as he can remember. As a Producer for Skylight Films his passion is to be behind the camera, using his vision to create moments. Now he has also learned various CE-5 meditation techniques and deepened his conscious connecting all in order to further himself on this new life path.

Website is: www.mcbiexpeditions.com for bios and video links.

YouTube: 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzOO__WO8BNZsd66Qt_BfHw

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChLP7-ozH1xvl_4DKO46VFQ

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/MCBIproject/

@MCBIProject for Twitter as well

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Books


Native American Mounds in Alabama: An Illustrated Guide to Public Sites

Path of Souls

Edgar Cayces Atlantis

On the Edge of Reality

Lightquest

The Search of Edgar Crace's Atlantis DvD

The Yucatan Hall of Records

Ancient Mound Builders

Alien Energy: UFOs, Ritual Landscapes and the Human Mind

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Path of Souls


New Book


The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Indian Mounds & Earthworks


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Path of Souls


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Visitors from Hidden Realms

Ancient South America

The ARE's Search for Atlantis

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It


Monday, May 27, 2019