OK...I stumbled upon this by accident after checking out David Wilcock's "Divine Cosmos" site. (aside: Wilcock echoes the "best thing you can do is think positive" vibe, and I've respected his appearances on Ancient Aliens). The Morning Sky
recordings are audio from some radio show in 1996, with appropriate images transposed for the video. This page I'm linking gives the "first three-hour part" of a two-part series, in 14 separate chunks. Just finished the first 14 segments. This guy's information resonates with me on a deeply personal level, echoing my own thoughts on the origins of man, "the system," and religion. In 1996, I was actively engaged in research into this subject, and became frightened by a series of events that affected my life deeply. I stopped everything and concentrated on survival, until I saw "Ancient Aliens". This fellow was silenced by an apparently "focused" accident, and has kept out of things until recently. I'm sure the skeptics here will scoff (perhaps they already have) but after listening to these first 14 pieces of audio, I have to say that parts 10 thru 14 contain info that totally resonates with my gut feelings about all this and makes me go "Yeah...!" He references Sitchin and others, and weaves a story that just made me sit up and take notice, tying into the entire Ancient Alien Theory in an incredible way. I haven't heard the second three hours yet, but just searched the YouTubes and found that the rest of it (plus more) is there. If you're of an open mind, I'd suggest it as a "good listen". If you're rigid in your beliefs or approach, pass it by. http://cgi.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/fo ... read=27917
Not saying he has all the answers, but being a Hopi, I'd venture he's got a leg up on things.
Editing to add a second link, this one from the radio show he did in 2009, after his return to the scene. Have not listened to this yet, just found it. Links to two three-hour segments on this page:http://www.veritasshow.com/guests/2009/ ... ingsky.php
What got me and my sweetie both last night as we listened to the stuff on that first link was how he tied together so very many of the "loose ends" that are constantly being investigated. Especially toward the end, where he submits that "going into the light" is actually simply offering oneself up for reprogramming...ties in with Casteneda's tales of the Eagle "eating" each of us when we die, and that the object of it all is to "cheat the Eagle" and look away to see the rest of the Universe and what it has to offer. Heady stuff.