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Lost Arts Radio Show #225 - Special Guest L.A. Marzulli

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L. A. Marzulli is an adventurer who is in some ways like a modern Indiana Jones. But where Indiana was searching for the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, L.A. is on the trail of the Nephilim. He wants to know where their descendants ended up in the world, and he is connecting the dots of the information he is able to find, to shed light on a wide variety of unexplained phenomena, from UFO's to sightings of unusual creatures in remote parts of the world, all in the context of missing historical information.

L.A. is the author of 12 books and many videos, including his newest series "On The Trail Of The Nephilim," Volumes 1 and 2 (on DVD). In those two volumes he talks about the coverup of real Nephilim information, and much more. He has lectured in national and international venues, on the Nephilim, as well as on UFO's and ancient prophetic texts. He produced a video series called "In Their Own Words: UFO's Are Real." Currently, L.A. and his team are creating a new video series on the Mysterious Mound Builders, who somehow created huge mounds of earth, that have stood for many hundreds of years or more, without erosion. So far, there is no evidence at the sites of who built the mounds, but the advanced geometry and even trigonometry evident in the structural design and the vast quantities of soil used to build the mounds show clearly that very advanced technology, including some way to oversee and check the construction from the air, had to have been used.

In this unusual opportunity to talk with L.A. about his work and where it's going next, we'll cover what his life was like before starting this quest, what led him to take it on, and what his current explorations are uncovering now. Meet world-famous author and explorer L.A. Marzulli up close and personal, in this special discussion of his life and work. I think you'll be glad you did.

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