Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Shannon Dorey - The Nummo & The Dogon





Even the Pope wears a Dogon fish head hat on occasions and so the curious are left wondering what is it with the Vatican and hats that nod to so much ancient alien theory? This interview with Nummo and Dogon researcher Shannon Dorey is far superior than the Ancient Aliens series which dumbs down the debate to Georgio Tsoukalos  doing ever greater hairspray acrobatics while proclaiming Ancient Alien Eggstra (sic) terrestrials to any microphone that will listen including a McDonalds drive-in.

Here's the blurb from Red Ice:

Dorey is a graduate of Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario where she studied English, History and mythology. Her interests were expanded into religious studies after studying the New Testament at the University of Windsor in 1991. She began her writing career as a journalist and still continues writing articles for various online publications. She joins us to discuss her second book, The Nummo. The Dogon talked about alien beings known as Nummo who came to Earth from another star system. These fish and serpent like beings were hermaphrodites who spent more time in water than on land. Shannon presents examples of how these amphibious aliens appeared all over the ancient world and makes connection with mitochondrial Eve, Mary Magdalene, Masonic symbolism and more. She reveals how the Dogon religion is the core religion from which other religions including Judaism and Christianity have evolved. We'll discuss the Nummo's voyage to Earth, their knowledge of genetic engineering, Dogon mythology and their intention with humanity.