STUNNING PROOF Found: ANNUNAKI Origins, Extinct BIBLICAL GIANTS, & The Nephilim! with Freddy Silva

Freddy Silva is a bestselling author, and a leading researcher of ancient civilizations, restricted history, sacred sites and their interaction with consciousness.

He has published eight books in six languages, and produced thirteen documentaries.

Described by one CEO as “perhaps the best metaphysical speaker in the world right now,” for two decades he has been an international keynote speaker, with notable appearances at the International Science and Consciousness Conference, the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, and the Association for Research and Enlightenment, in addition to History Channel, BBC, GAIA TV, numerous podcasts and radio shows such as Fade To Black and Coast To Coast.

He is also a documentary filmmaker with 14 published titles. and leads private tours to sacred sites worldwide

Please enjoy my conversation with Freddy Silva.

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Freddy Silva 0:00
The Giants graze everywhere. I've met plenty of archaeologists who have given up being archaeologist because they got tired of watching the evidence being destroyed. They couldn't account for it. So they were told to destroy the bones and grind them into dust. Same thing with a Maori. I just came back from New Zealand listen to the stories by the Maori. And they're saying, yeah, that hill over there, it's called Mount Karioi. And it means that mountain of the redhead giants.

Alex Ferrari 0:35
I like to welcome to the show Freddy Silva, How you doing Freddy?

Freddy Silva 0:38
Pretty well, pretty well!

Alex Ferrari 0:40
My friend, thank you so much for coming on the show. Man I'm a big fan of the work you've been doing for many, many years now about ancient civilizations and sacred sites and monoliths and I mean, you're talking dirty to me, man. I mean, it. This is the kind of stuff that we we love, I love talking about. And also just not only talking about that, the ancient civilization lost history aspect of it. But then how is it mixed with spirituality and our evolution spiritually throughout it throughout humanity, because those two are very connected, especially the older and the farther you go back. I've sensed that there is a lot more spirit, the spirituality and connecting to things that we, within recent years used to look at us like, oh, that's woowoo, or that's that. But things like meditation, things, they are things that have been now proven by science that are just like, No, no, there's there's something here. So I appreciate you coming on the show, my friend thank you.

Freddy Silva 1:38
Oh, my pleasure. It was good to talk about things that it's good to talk dirty. As you mentioned that at restaurants, when the waitress comes over and says, are you interested in dessert, talk dirty to me. Sometimes it works. And sometimes they're call the police not to become a pervert, or something very strange. Depending on where you are on the planet, some people have no sense of humor. And if you're lucky to get double dessert for free, it's wonderful.

Alex Ferrari 2:07
Exactly, depending on the restaurant and the waitress at or, as as it says, as it goes. So my first question to you is you wrote a book about the pre flood civilizations, which is one of my favorite topics, because I mean, we've all heard of Atlantis, we've heard of Lemuria. New these are, those are the three big ones that I know of. But you go at it at a very different way. How do the indigenous accounts inform our understanding of the pre flood civilizations?

Freddy Silva 2:41
Well, I mean, that's what interested me as well, because of so much of our history comes from an academic background that, you know, thinks that its version of history is the only version of history. I like to hear the story from people whose ancestors rashider , and we hardly ever get to ask them the questions. So the the project really was to go around, and my travels and find out and gather from people, you know, the impressions from their ancestors and their stories. And in a patient like South America, when you're up at Lake Titicaca, you're at 13,000 feet, you're doing the coca leaf and trying to keep some oxygen in your blood seed and pass out. And it's, it's all legal, by the way. So, and I'm talking to the Aymara, there's only about 9000, Aymara left, it's disappearing culture. Turns out, they're one of the oldest people on the planet, they have a language, which basically appears to be designed by a computer, it didn't develop organically, like you and I, over a million years go from, you know, odd to, I'll have a cheeseburger with fries with some ketchup on the side, you develop it in terms of need, but Aymara develops immediately. And it becomes it has the same syntax that a computer can understand. So when they start talking to me about this kind of stuff, I want to hear what was going on in their history. And they said, well, thanks for asking us, because no one ever does. And they start talking about these places that way that came from originally during a global flood, when mountains of fire fell from the sky, and they hit the Earth, exactly what you don't want them to hit, which is the ocean and created this enormous tidal waves. And they're talking about how they moved to Lake Titicaca along with a group of Gods called the Haiwakanti. And what does that mean anything in Aymara? And they said, Yeah, it means shining people. I said, Well, you realize that's what the Egyptians call the flood gods in Egypt. And they said, well, whoa, that doesn't surprise us because the Egyptians were here a long time ago. So now you're in a completely different conversation. We don't hear about Egyptians and South America very often. And they're saying, Yeah, we came from a land called Lacotije. Some people call it Muul. And some people call it Lemuria. There's no such thing as Lemuria, it's Muul I said great, that's good, but you realize that that's what the Maya Old this big land in the middle of the Pacific as well. And they said, Who the hell of the Maya? So yeah, when you start hearing these stories, and they start to have a correspondence in other parts of the world, you listen, and you'd say the same story to the Hopi that say, oh, yeah, we call the Cash Cara. So after a while, I'm gathering all of these pieces of the puzzle and realizing that it was just one big landmass in the Pacific, if I could have been there a long, long time ago, and I'm talking about millions of years ago. But in terms of the last 15,000 years, there may have been many pieces where all these people came from. And that starts to look a bit more realistic, as a sea level rise as as the Earth changes, and plate tectonics also comes into play, things start breaking up. So we're getting to the point now, where we begin to understand that there's many landmasses in the Pacific. That's where the gods lived. That's where hunter gatherers lived. And it wasn't a sense of people being better or worse than anybody else, there wasn't a sense of racial superiority, everybody got along just fine. There's a sense of mutual respect between races. So that's what fascinated me about the researchers to go and on the hunt for the place where the gods originally came from. And it turns out in the language of the Ayamara, that Muul literally means the tree of knowledge. That is that is not actually a name of a place. It's a an understanding of where knowledge originally came from. And the Japanese also had the same story as well, that that is placed in the middle of the Pacific at one point from where, well, our history came from, from where the builders came from. And they said, it's, we're going to call it Mool. And again, it means the tree of knowledge. So so we start talking about Lemuria as a land actually is more sort of a concept as a spiritual ideal, or a place where the knowledge came from, from a very unusual group of people who are kind of like us, or to quote people in the Pacific human life, but not quite humans. So it seems that we were very comfortable with these godlike people, but they were just like us just a bit soulless. And here's the weirdest part, a lot of them were sort of blond and redhead with green and blue eyes, which sounds very Caucasian. Except back then Caucasians really were a minority, and they lived around where today you find the Armenian people, that's kind of where they came from. Because Europe was pretty much on the ice, and the air that we're talking about. Not many people live there. So that's what was interesting to find out that the world was a much more different place. And I think that we've been so hung up on Atlantis and Lemuria or Moodle, for such a long time that I figured that it was a chance to see it from a different point of view.

Alex Ferrari 7:51
So when you're talking about these almost human beings, this is sounds very Anunnaki esk in the sense of that every I mean, I'm gonna say every culture, but every major, even minor culture has the stories of these kind of godlike beings who came and showed them technology brought civilization to them brought them knowledge, kind of set things up for them. And for my understanding the Anunnaki I think it's Sumerian if I'm not mistaken, Armenia, but is that

Freddy Silva 8:31
Originally came from Armenia, and they went down towards the Mesopotamian plans and created the Sumerian culture.

Alex Ferrari 8:38
Right. So it's pretty old, and it's in their text. It's not like, it's not, I always find fascinating people were like, Oh, it's just myths. It's just stories. And I'm like, you know how hard it was to write back then? I can't, I mean, I can't believe there's just a guy. I'm like, You know what, I got this tale, I gotta tell it, man. And let me just start chiseling like it. That's not the way things that I imagine.

Freddy Silva 8:59
There's a bunch of hunter gatherers who will literally incredible stories, the two are incompatible, the two, the logic is incompatible. Either you are smoking something weird, and you already knew about very picturesque language, and you can really use verbs, adjectives and pronouns really well, or you're illiterate, you can't have both. And this is a very good point. And and here's the thing about myth. And this is what historians just don't get about a myth is a theatrical device in which to convey a piece of storytelling so that the story is remembered. It's a bet like 2000 years from now, we'll be talking about the myth of Star Wars. Okay. Redman, in my mind, yeah, exactly, because and that's what Lucas was, was channeling in terms of keeping this idea of life of this wonderful story. Because if I just told you the story of you know, this young kid who goes gets in a spaceship and goes rescuing a princess on the other side of the galaxy, you go, Oh, that's really cool. And then you forget about it, because there's so many other films like it. But once you're talking about the story of the redemption of Darth Vader, and the fact that it goes from the light to the dark, and it's a personal introspective journey, you go, Oh, you got my attention now. And we're talking about it forever. And this is what they don't understand it. And this was a wonderful vehicle for maintaining these stories into perpetuity. And that's why we still talked about them today. The hard part is that the language is sometimes a little bit so obtuse and so different from where we are today that you have to be patient with the story, you have to look at the allegory and the metaphor. And once you understand that, then you can start, you know, understanding what the stories are all about.

Alex Ferrari 10:40
So in in 10,000 years, there'll be a myth of a, of a alien who fell from the sky. And because of the yellow sun became super, and started running around the planet as a superhero. He had a cape on, and he used to save people. And there's some archival footage that we found in a cave somewhere on this thing called, well, we don't know what it's called. But it's like film, it's film. And we shine light through it. And we could see images of it because it was saved in a salt mine that had been forgotten for 10,000 years.

Freddy Silva 11:11
Now, that'd be really cool. You just change the whole of history. Are you saying? Real?

Alex Ferrari 11:16
I mean, I mean, well, I mean,

Freddy Silva 11:18
I'm going to therapy right now.

Alex Ferrari 11:22
But people could argue that it's like, oh, yeah, well, these these stories, but for us, it was a lot easier to write a story than it was back then. And you're right, back then those those myths, those stories were the as George Lucas said, the meat and potatoes of the culture. And they kept and it kept moving forward. So going back to the pre flood era, because there's so many, I mean, we've been told that humanity has been around for 6000, maybe 1000 years if you're really getting Froggy, and we were hunter gatherers. And this is what this is. This is the technical way of saying it, Friday, we were hunter gatherers, yada yada yada, Egypt came yatta yatta yatta, the Greeks came Yatta, yatta yatta. We're here. And now that's basically kind of what we like. And we kind of Grantland technology grew, and that was it. But the the archaeological evidence is now shining so much light that is an incorrect timeline. And mainstream, academia just has its having, just like every mainstream academia in every facet of humanity will have problems with their own dogma with their own story that they have been, from physics to math to everything, for all time. So now, this concept of the Younger Dryas the cause the Great Flood, that Atlantis was around around that time. Now, there's something called Gobekli Tepe, a whose which has been around. So I'd love to hear your thoughts on the timeline that was created or told to us at school. Also, the pyramids were built by slaves, carrying rocks up a sand a sand hill, I remember seeing that I see that saw the images in my textbook of these poor slaves pushing up, you know, 3040 50 ton. Yeah, let's get rid of the rock. Oh, my God, it was amazing. So I'd love to hear your thoughts of the timeline that we've been given. And based on your research, what is a more accurate timeline based on the stories that you've heard from the indigenous and your research in general?

Freddy Silva 13:27
That's a long question. Let's see. Well, it's funny, because now and you write academia takes forever to reach the point where they're constantly changing the story. You go back 100 years ago, they're still trashing each other, when they come to an accepted conclusion that this is how the world was. And then someone comes along and says, actually, there's new evidence to show that actually, that's not the way it was, they'll kill the guy. And then 50 years, they'll say, actually, he was right, but we're going to take credit for it. And we're getting the same today as independent researcher. So there's nothing new. But the thing is, the technology is now catching up with the myth. So if you look at the hobbyists traditions of the last three ice ages, which are actually pretty well recorded in an Opie myth, you look at the building texts, which are written all across the walls of the Temple of Echuan Egypt. You look at the Tamil culture and all the Vedas, which basically go back 15,000 years, if you just pay attention to the text, and read the 4000 year cycles that it took for each Academy to write down that information. So once you start compiling these things, you begin to realize that the ancestors survived three cataclysms. And we know that there were three ice ages. So we got the young drivers, the younger drivers and the older dryers. So basically, when you start looking at the description of how every single world fell, and we're pretty good, we're pretty sure now that the beginning of the younger Rice was definitely caused by the meteoric strikes, because we found nanodiamonds spread all around the world, which the only way to get nanodiamonds is to have a very high heat, very high impact meteoric structure hit the Earth. We found the craters, we found the impact sites all across from North Carolina all the way to South Carolina. There's some there's over 1000 craters, and he actually got the direction from where the actual meteorites came from. They're still there to this very day, on a sunny day, flying over North Carolina, you can practically see the what they call the Carolina bays. So we know these events happened. So once you start looking at the fact that these stories were written by people whose ancestors survived these cataclysms, and you look at the information that we're getting now from archaeology, history, climatology, oceanography, and overlaid them, now you begin to realize that yes, there were three periods through which they will change very, very differently to what it looks like now. And you add to that, the fact that also the when the Egyptians were telling Solon, who basically was a Greek historian who happened to be over, in vacation in size, and one of the priests said, you know, your Greeks are too young Wakelee been around as long as we have. And we've seen the sun changed position in the sky four times, we've seen it rise where it now sets a set right now rises. And at one point, we experienced the earth being upside down. I don't mean a pole shift, something big hit the Earth, and the earth actually flipped over. So and of course, he takes that story back to Greece. And within two generations, some guy called Plato says, Hey, that makes a great idea for a story. The thing is, the Egyptians gave him a specific date for 9600 BC, as the day of the end of the last ice age, and the big cataclysm, you move over to the Yucatan, which is full of Egyptian language, by the way. And in fact, there's several pictures at you smile. And I believe it's Oskin talk, there's an Egyptian priest who's visiting over from Egypt got the headdress and everything. And they've got their story in their particular history that says, In 9600 BCE, and this sort of very specific date, we get the arrival of these gods from a sinking islands in the middle of the Atlantic called atolls. So you get the word Atul antes popping up. And these are the people called the it's who the magician priests, they were very big names back then it's apple, it was very concise language. But they're the ones who basically gave us quite so quantal Kukulkan. And yet, somebody who's the one that gets left out, he's the most interesting of all of them, but they're escaping what was essentially a drowning continent. So the point of the matter is, you got the same date given by the Maya and the other side of the world, you got the Egyptians giving you exactly the same day. So you can't have made this up. Because basically, the two coaches weren't technically supposed to be sharing information. So that Yeah, I do believe that the story is much, much more transparent. Now, with the overlaying of, you know, hard evidence, as on top of medical evidence, the two have begun to coincide. How far back it goes, no one really knows. Because if you go to the Indian Vedas, they start talking about things which go on for 400,000 years. Now, you got a problem here, because there's absolutely nothing left with evidence to back that up. And you have to say, perhaps it happened. Because if we're talking 400,000 BCE, and we're talking cave people, they didn't have language, as far as we know, they would never have been able to write such extraordinary things about zemana craft flying through the sky, to obliterate an entire city and come back for tea in the same day. It's just not feasible, these people would not have had the imagination. And the only thing that makes sense is the people that were around for the parallel civilization. And just as the ice age comes to an end, now 11,000 years ago, their civilization is now on the wane and hunter gatherers are on the rock now. So this is what was happening in from my research is that, you know, this story of this missing civilization is missing, because it was already on his last legs by the sun, the story, it gets picked up by our ancestors, they're already on the way out, and we're now the next civilization on the way up, and they taught us all the accoutrements of civilization. So that's about as far as I got, in terms of 25 years of research, just digging around in strange languages and strange people and looking at what the archeologists have to say about this, and linking the two and it's beginning to make some sense,

Alex Ferrari 19:48
From my understanding the It sounds very similar to what the Yogi Yukteswar said and the holy science, which is about the yoga cycles, which is this 25 I think is 24,006 year cycles or 28 26,000 6000. It's 26, if I'm not mistaken, right, and you start off basically enlightened, as as, as humanity's consciousness is enlightened, then we start to go downward, downward, downward to we hit the lowest point, which he argued was the Dark Ages. And then from there, we start to come back up. So we are currently in an upward swing, hence, the technology growing as fast as I mean, isn't it amazing when the last 100 years how much? We have more technology in the last 100 years than we did in the last 100,000 years? According to exactly the timeline? That's pretty insane.

Freddy Silva 20:43
And yeah, Terence McKenna picked up on that back in the 80s, about the sudden jump to a new level of order happening almost by the month, and he predicted that 40 years ago. So he's not far off. I mean, we aren't getting new, new evidence of new information and new ideas coming up. almost instantaneous. He can't keep up with this stuff.

Alex Ferrari 21:03
No, you can't. And like with AI alone, what AI is doing is just like, every day, every other day, something new is coming. I mean, it's just moving so fast. From when the internet showed up in a mass way to where we are now. I mean, that was the late 90s. So we're looking at 2530 years, maybe of like zero, because I remember when the internet showed up. And I started using it with the AOL discs, and you know, all that stuff back in the day. So you get your free way to get on the internet, that it's been 30 years, that's nothing. And you're

Freddy Silva 21:42
Actually a representation of the real French Riviera, by the way, he's actually gone shopping. It's so real

Alex Ferrari 21:49
I'm actually I'm actually in the French Riviera as we speak right now. But we laugh, but we laughed, that will happen that is happening. We're getting to that we'll get to that place probably within the next 10 or 15 years, that the technology will get that good. But it's it's really remarkable how quickly things have changed. And I also think I'd love to hear your thoughts is that historians always look at the past, through the lens of the technology we have today. So they say well, if they didn't have cell phones, and they didn't have the internet, they must have been primitive. But they'd never taken into account. And I'd love to hear what you've come across the technologies that they in the past our ancestors might have had, that were far beyond what we have, but in a different way. And under better understanding of magnetism, a better understanding of gravitation, the force of gravity, the the understanding of how to really hone the the earth in a way that is working with the earth and not raping the earth as we do today. And I had a conversation the other day with, I forgot his name. He's the the archaeologist or researcher who came up with the concept of the Giza pyramid as a power station. And Christopher Dunn, Christopher Dunn. Yes, thank you. So I had Christopher on the show and speaking to him. And in that episode, in that conversation, we're talking I'm like, Isn't it amazing that we are technology seems to be growing. But we're still literally burning coal, for the electricity that is needed to run the technology. So all the technology is moving at the speed of light. But the energy creation is barbaric. I mean, we're still talking about late a wood burning wood, burning wood, essentially just a higher level of wood. So it's pretty remark miraculous what's going on, I'd love to hear your thoughts about that.

Freddy Silva 23:46
So relative that was, I mean, the thing I kept hearing again and again, was that the gods were different from humans insofar as they had complete control, an understanding of the laws of nature. And that's what made them a God is not some invisible force sitting on a throne somewhere. A god is a real person who says, hey, I want to understand everything there is to know about water, water is very interesting. I want to know what happens when it freezes when it boiled the difference between the two and how we can actually, we can do with that element at both ends of the scale. The moment you understand how water works in all its ways and forms, you become a God because God is nothing more than a spiritual sort of element that surrounds any object is the soul of any object. So a plant has a God that tree has a god and so forth. We call it a soul. So that's what the difference was they had complete understanding of the laws of nature. So for them, from you, when you hear three different people on the opposite side of the world saying, yeah, that building over there, the big stones, yeah, that was built overnight, and they use sounds of vocal commands to move the stones through the air. And this and that, literally, their stems are pushed by a little kid up to the top of the hill and one She think that's a funny story twice. You think that's a coincidence? The third time you hear it from someone else you think, Okay, now we're talking about an actual event that was witnessed, and it was written down because it was so incredible to people who probably were hunter gatherers and that sink, wow, that's Look at that I was just sitting here eating a rabbit the other day. And today, there's an entire pyramid there. That's incredible. I'm going to remember this, make sure that everybody knows how it was built. Now you fast forward this to the 1980s, Princeton engineering anomalies Research Department, who did some incredible experiments, peer reviewed experiments, looking at that lovely fine line between science and mysticism. And they said, they asked the same question that I did was what why did they choose those enormous rocks to begin with? Why not use manageable sizes of rock like the Romans that know? We're going to do a 2000 town block of stone which no crane on Earth can lift? Why? Because they could. So what is the big thing about this rock? And I said, Well, the thing about the rocks is they they used to get moved, sometimes from 400 miles away, this rock where they could have built a pyramid, but they didn't, they went 400 miles away to get another kind of rock. So what is it about this rock and all the other rocks or use of build a Megalis around the world that are different that they had to go for this laborious process in which to do? Well, it turns out, it's a type of court. It's the same type, of course that was used for early radio receivers. So there's something about the piezo, electric quality of this type of quartz in the stones. And then you've got you've got the iron and the magnetite. That's the three elements that are very common to all the stones in northern megaliths around the world. So the Princeton basically said, well, let's fine a chunk of this particular type of crystal, we'll put it in a tube. And let's do like the ancestors did, let's throw sound at it. And they experimented. Week after week, they will change the amplitude and frequency of sound because you gotta get the two. Absolutely right. And there was this one moment, and this to be on their website, back in the 90s, where they had a video, back in the days when they had hills. We talked about this before we went on. And it shows quite clearly that they're hitting this thing, this lump of crystal with sound, and it gets levitate. So now we know that the stories were true, we just now discovered that technology. And conversely, yeah, we've may have lots of technology around today. But I also notice, there's a huge rise in stupidity, we have become morons, because we've given all our power. And I'm looking at this little thing next to me this little black rectangle about this big, which I have to carry around with me, despite the fact that I had a perfectly useful landline. And but people are insisting that I'm, you know, have my cell phone with me all times of the day. I don't know why, because I won't pick it up anyway, if it brings, if it can't be reached, I can't be reached. And I refuse to be dominated by it. So the thing is, I'm watching with sort of, well, I don't want to make fun of this, because when you're in a hurricane, it's not funny. But when the hurricane was going from New Jersey a few years ago, as watching with a bit of slight sort of detachment, how the local people could not figure out where to go get fresh water, milk and some bread, because they were so reliant on that little box to tell them that the 711 is two blocks away, their memory has been completely erased, whereas you know, me, which I don't use myself. And for that reason, I know that when the lights got here in Portland, Maine, which is quite regularly when you have big winter storms, and people the whole town disappears with us to the second house in the countryside, which is kind of ironic, because they haven't got power there. I'm the only person here that has candles burning in their living room, I have matches, I have fresh water, I have things that I can eat in a can which don't need to be heated up. And I can survive for a whole week without trying that hard. And I know where to get milk and know where to get bread from because a memorize that. So yeah, we might have all this brand new technology, but I find so many people have become dominated by it and if given their power away, so in a sense, and I think I can't remember who else also came up with this observation. We're having a problem with names today, aren't we? Anyway, he was a very interesting character. And he said, You know, it's funny because the next time we get a meteorite hitting the Earth, or all the power goes out, which is not really that difficult. All you need is the sunspot cycle to hit the right portion of the planet like I happen in the eastern seaboard and Canada back in 1878. The Carrington event, knocked out telegraph wires for a while. till two weeks, people suddenly didn't know how to survive because there's no electricity to keep their homes light. And you can't let the stoves and I said the and it's funny because at that moment, the people that we call savages living in the middle of the Amazon would be the only survivors on this planet because they know where to fish, then they had to set traps, they know how to collect rainwater. And that's the point suddenly, they're the highest level of civilization. But they don't have the technology. No, but they have their local technology. So so it's all relative, you see, in terms of age and position.

Alex Ferrari 30:35
Yeah, you're absolutely right. Because, you know, I was telling Christopher, this as well, ours, our system is so fragile. People are not out how our system is so fragile, where those quote unquote, savages in the Amazon systems is extremely robust. Absolutely. could have handled so much. We are the ones who are so fragile in the sense of, I mean, look, I have gone through many hurricanes, I lived in Florida for a long time, I lived in LA, went through earthquakes. Now here in Austin, we go through power outages because of freezes and things like that, you know, it just found I remember looking around my house, I was like, this is a huge, other than just keeping snow off of me, it's become useless to me without power. It's like an empty box that does nothing. It's like it was basically turned into an icebox. And I was like, wow, this is fascinating. So if that would happen if a cataclysm like, you know, like the movie The day after the day after tomorrow, or something like that, where there's a cataclysm of all the technologies on all the powers gone. If that would wipe out the planet, or wipe out modern, modern civilizations, these tribes will be the top of the food chain again, absolutely. And you or me will crawl down from wherever we survived from walk into one of these tribes and go, guys, I got some stuff to talk to you about. And you and I will try to remember as much as we could about the technology that would be of benefit to us there. And we would then sit around the campfire and tell stories of this little black box. They used to have all the information in the world. This is not a this as a filmmaker as a storyteller. That story plot is not that outlandish. It's happened before. Arguably, it could happen again. I hope we're on the upward upward ahead of that Yuga cycle. So I'm hoping that we hold for a few more years, you know, a few more 100 years would be about

Freddy Silva 32:44
Comet 476. Yeah.

Alex Ferrari 32:47
Jupiter, Jupiter will take care of that first, don't worry.

Freddy Silva 32:50
I know good old Jupiter is leave a comet. Oh, thank you, Jupiter. But this attribute is true. We have the biggest Achilles heel ever in the history of humanity, where the electricity goes out. And suddenly millions of people billions of people will not know what to do. And here's the worst part that just thought about this. Electric cars are now on the rise when a new electric car now you can't get away from all the zombies who are coming over to take your canned fish that's sitting in your larder, assuming, of course you forgot to get a can opener, because without that you can't eat the fish. So no, I think we are literally heading into a cul de sac. And this is the funny thing with and to bring it back to ancient civilizations. There's a interesting paradox here. When I was finishing the last section of the missing lands, I also hit a bit of a wall where things are getting a little bit dark. And I don't do that I like to leave my readers with something to hope for something that they can grasp and get and say, hey, you know what, we're actually in control if we want to be. And as I remember sitting not far from a beach in New Zealand struggling with this scenario of how to close a book. And I'm thinking, you know, it's kind of funny and ironic that 12,000 years ago, just as the Ice Age closes, we have the gods saying, Hey, we got meteorites coming this way. And we have a planets being overrun by told by giants covered with red hair, that are eating humans for fun, and teaching humans some really stupid things. And this is a wonderful man. But if you look at the original book of Enoch, which by the way is not his real name, his real name is Emmett or anew. So the writer of the Book of Enoch is one of the Anunnaki one of the nice people, you don't get to hear the word nice and Anunnaki in the same sentence very often. I'm going to put it there because I actually believe having read the original text, it's actually there without them we wouldn't be having this conversation right now. They actually since we're not on national radio, they said our is from extinction. And they said you know what? Um, the it's the redhead giants, the Boston offspring of the Nephilim, which are the children of Orion, that are running over the entire planet which told them not to mate with human women, it did would not work this to DNase at work here. And essentially they gave birth to these crazy people who are breeding like rabbits and the humans were disappearing from the food chain literally. And this is wonderful, agonizing moment, when I'm reading the story, like I'm a fly in the room and say, you know, we're going to have to wipe out the earth, we're going to have to make sure that those rocks passing through the sky in 200 years are going to hit the Earth a specific points, wipe out everything, some of us are going to stay behind to help the survival, humans rebuild their lives. And that's where suddenly, humans after the flood, we discovered civilization, in different parts of the world at the same moment. And at the same moment, we have the stories of the gods who also helped us out. So all of these are connected. The point being, that we're now facing exactly the same situation. I've had many conversations with people at NASA. And you know who they are because they show up at UFO conferences dressed in monk's habits with these reptilian masks made of rubber. It's so funny,

Alex Ferrari 36:17

Freddy Silva 36:21
We haven't there's, someone took a photograph of us having a conversation at a UFO conference, it looks like a normal everyday interaction where I'm looking very serious. Like I'm really and I am listening to what they're saying. But you have to reptile reptiles talking to me doing this with their hands. And they're talking about hyperdimensional physics, and but it looks so ordinary that the whole photograph, the whole point of the conversation was we love hearing about the stories that you write about because our ancestors are telling us that exactly, we are now one half cycle from where the last catastrophe hit. Okay, so we've spoken about this before, there's a 26,000 year cycle, we're in the harsh cycle. We're facing the same end of civilization scenario, because between 2032 and 2038, NASA saying there's a one to 10 chance that we are going to be hit by the same chunks of rock that came around 12,000 years ago, because it's a loop goes around in a very, very long loop, and across in the solar system. And we call it the Tauri meteor shower. It happens every November. And I was having a chat with Robert Schoch about this deal with a geologist who's also very big on solar cycles. And he said, You know, it's funny, we've had 13, near end of scenario situations since the Great Flood motion to do with solar flares. But occasionally, there's also those big chunks called a Tory meteor shower, and the earth just happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, every November, and the big chunks are coming around again. Now, we've evolved or devolved, depending on your point of view into these technological beasts, we have lighting, we have the cell phones, we have the computer and electric cars. And we're ever so clever. But now we're at the point we're facing the same extinction scenario. And I'm wondering, there's there's a lesson here, which is what the EU is a really big on about lessons about the end of cycles. And the fact that we go through these things for very, very good reason. There will always be survivors will always be on on an ever ascending spiral. This is nothing new. And I just think that we're at this point in time where we are faced with the same problem. And this time, I think that we have the means to get ourselves out of it. And I think that's going to be the big lesson here. We're not going to rely on the gods or the Green Man to get us out of this, we're going to rely on us this time to use our technology to figure out how to avoid those big chunks, and are struggling with this on this beach in New Zealand, as one does on a beach in New Zealand, with big storage. And I said, you know, we've done so many experiments with intention. We have the ability now to map intention and the use of intention to accommodate and change the behavior of machines. And again, Princeton anomalies research department was very big on this. They actually had another peer review experiment where there's a group of 20 people in the room, who were able to change the computerized drum beat just by thinking and putting the idea to the machine and they force the machine to change that is huge, that we can interact with something that's invisible, but it's now measurable with the machine if we can do that. And then if you take that to the next logical step, which is the Transcendental Meditation movement, which on occasion comes to America. They show up in Chicago and that sort of West Chicago, Central Washington and other nefarious places, which have the worst crime rate in the summer. So again, a small group of monks are focused in tents will change the crime rate. And they did. These are peer reviewed experiments. Well, mathematician gets involved and says it's funny, you only need 1% of the local population, thinking of the same thing. In other words, a controlled initiate a controlled intent experiment to alter the outcome of your local environment. Which means if we're faced with mutual destruction from big rocks, and we're waiting for the gods to come and bail us out, and they're not going to, but it's part of our evolution to figure things out for ourselves. It only takes 1% of the population of the earth to move those rocks away this time. So 12,000 years ago, the rocks are being drawn to us. Now we're going to have a chance of moving away. I'm not saying this is the what's going to happen. This is a potential scenario that's upon us right now, we have time to think about this. And the Maya also talked about this, because they said, Everybody's focused on 2012 is the end of the world. And their, their role, their eyeballs, I said, No, that was the midpoint. No one's read the story properly. There's a 60 year window, when we are given the opportunity to assess where we are, look around and go, ah, Big changes are coming. The midpoint is 2012. After that, the next 30 years, the window starts closing. And things get much more dramatic of change that will be upon you, society will go black and white, there'll be very discrepancy between, you know, people having a gray area arguments, were very much focused on opposites. Right now, in terms of politics, in terms of anything, it's hard to have a discussion with anybody these days. And that fits in beautifully with the end of the cycle, which is 2042, conveniently, four years after this event is taking place. So since then, I've already predicted this gonna be another cycle after this, I think will do just fine. But we do like to take it right up to the last minute, you know, humans are very good about going right to the edge and going, I think I'll have another ham sandwich before the meteorites, right? I think I'll just have half the sandwich. And I'll get this done with. That's what I was working on when I was coming up with this sort of what's going on in terms of the big picture. And, again, I'm not saying that's what's going to happen, but that's the likely scenario. And there is a potential for a very happy ending.

Alex Ferrari 42:22
You mentioned something in regards to the Giants. And that is something I haven't really heard or done a lot of research on the giants that apparently walked the earth at a certain point. And it's in lore and in myth, but I'd love to hear your thoughts of what you came across with these giants, these redhead John's because I've heard things about it with Atlantis. I've heard of hybrid, hybrid children. I've heard of a bunch of different things in my travels, I'd love to hear what you come across

Freddy Silva 42:57
They're in every cultural planet. And again, Pacific is full of these stories, by the way, you wouldn't think of the Pacific being a hotspot of a hotbed of giant law and ancient civilization law because there's no there's hardly any land left. But that's the point. One Russian physicist said that the end of the Ice Age The Pacific lost more than anywhere else on the planet. Anything else was affected, but the Pacific got it worse than anything else, since European to finally show up in the Pacific and the 16th century, is a Portuguese navigator called pillars Kaitos. And I can say that because I am Portuguese. So very proud of that guy. They're going around collecting recipes around the world before they also became idiots to colonize everything, it happens to everybody. And they said it's funny. Every time we meet the Pacific Islanders, they're very adamant that these are not islands. These are the summit's of the mountains where the ancestors used to live. And the matter the landmass is now under the ocean. Once you say that, you pay attention. So I've been collecting stories around the Pacific Rim. And they said again and again, that back in the day, the gods were much taller than us. They were light skinned, not white people, they were light skins. They had blonde or reddish hair. And to this very day, there's a lot of women in Polynesia that will still coat their hair with a with an orange color to make them look like the gods just for the ceremony or to bring back a storytelling technique. And they said that these people were different to us to a human life but not quite human. They found it very difficult to breed with us because of the obvious size difference. And because their genetics were slightly different. Sometimes it worked sometimes it didn't. And but they were very much taller than us and in one of the temples in Egypt actually give you a specific height. They will call the AHA that was a nickname, which comes from aku it means a shining one. And the idea was that there was five cubits tall. Now, if you use the royal cubit as your base measurement that's eight and a half feet tall. And that's pretty consistent with the skeletons that were found in the place where I spent most of my life and obviously, where my accent comes from, which is Great Britain, there are giants Gray's everywhere. I've met plenty of archaeologists who have given up being archaeologist because they got tired of watching the evidence being destroyed, they couldn't account for it. So they were told to destroy the bones and grind them into dust. Same thing with a Maori. I just came back from New Zealand listening to the stories by the Maori. And they're saying, yeah, that hill over there, it's called Mount Cariari. And it means that mountain of the red head giants, and in 1850, they were still living up there. And we just left them alone, that the end of a very proud people, they just couldn't breathe with anybody. So we just let them be they didn't pose any harm to anybody is kind of sad, because they knew they're on their way out. And I heard exactly the same story in Appalachia with a Cherokee that said, yeah, that river called the Allegheny, it's named for the other one, it's corruption of the word el awanee. And that was the name of the tall, Redhead Jones, about eight and a half feet tall, that were in Appalachia, when we came across them moving across America. And they had survived a sinking continent and middle of the Atlantic Ocean. And again, they found it difficult to breed with women, they tried and their women died during childbirth, because they gave birth to infants. So the stories of these people are everywhere. But here's the thing to to really re understand. This is the original people that were called the gods, the offspring with a problem. So that's where we get into the story again, of Enoch, or MA or Anu, I want to get that name across so that more people say that rather than Enoch, because so many of these students get busted those bright, different culture. So he's writing about the, what was taking place among the Lords of unknown and the watchers, who basically were the intermediaries between the Lords of anew and human beings because they didn't want to hang out with humans, they recognize that knew more than hunter gatherers. So they figured, because we are much more development day, we really should keep a safe distance from them, because they have to develop on their own. Otherwise, the meeting of two very disparate cultures never ends. Well, I mean, look at what we do, we go to the middle of New Guinea, we bump into people that still running around without clothes. Next thing, you know, they're they've got loads, and there's a hierarchy, we've completely changed the course of their direction, artificially, okay? People need to grow organically, that's the way to do it. But sometimes you need a bit of a helping hand. So they'd loads of I knew would say, look, watches, go down to the plains and tell so and so over there that if he meets the match of the two strands of wheat together, he can actually get a kind of grain that's actually edible, and you crush between two stones, you can make flour and make bread with it, and then come back to the top of the hill. And that was what was going on for a long, long time, they would only hang out with us whenever they really, really had to. But there was some reason we don't know because the book is incomplete. There was one small group of watches, they always get the the story, they only got the attention. One small group of the watches that this time to hang out with human women. And they gave birth to the Nephilim, the children of Orion. And that's where the problem begins. You see, these people were not well adjusted. And then they had another series of offspring there the real problem. So these are really big, tall people beyond eight and a half feet tall. They were still living in the Solomon Islands. And the second world war because the service people from the American military bumped into them and they said, We don't sleep with a revolver under our pillow because of the Japanese. It's because of the Giants were covered with red hair that look like Yeti or, you know some what they call it a Bigfoot. Sasquatch. Yeah, Sasquatch, which is probably what it is actually. That's when you see the new you go. I'm sleeping with a revolver at night, not because we're threatened by them. They obviously wanted to keep that distance, and they hang up in the mountains. And sometimes it'd be very helpful. One of our Jeeps would follow would run over the side of a road, and then we'd come back down the hill, we're going to try to bring the cheap back up from the ditch, and someone had taken the Jeep out of the ditch, put it back on the road pointing downhill, is it to say, can you just go back to where you came from and leave us alone. So they were very respectful and we respected them. But still, when you see a guy that's 10 feet tall, covered with red hair, you don't take any risks. So again, you see this all around the world, there was two so there's actually three things going on here. You have human hunter gatherers, you have this parallel civilization of virtual gods with light skinned red hair and blonde hair. And then you have this hybrid of human and godly like people who that the NHS did not go down very well. And they were completely crazy. And they're the problem. And all these stories are the ones who really, were not the best friends of humanity. But again, to get all the attention, which is a bit sad, because it kind of sort of squeezes the story and works trying to sell us.

Alex Ferrari 50:25
That's amazing. That's it. Well, thank you for enlightening me on giants, because I've heard of them. I just really never did dug deep into them before.

Freddy Silva 50:35
Malaysia, I know, right, Virginia, this out the secret tool. This is in West Virginia, and my American friends think I'm smoking something weird when I say that Virginia is one of the most interesting parts of the country. And they'll look at me like West Virginia. So yeah, go look at the mountains or the giant mountains. And the things that the Cherokee preserve that that there's a lot of history out there. That's where you find out about the real Continental, at least the eastern seaboard of the United States, the history is right there.

Alex Ferrari 51:04
While you're traveling, you've also talked a lot about monoliths, and I am fascinated with monoliths, I've seen a handful myself in my life. And I always find I find them fascinating. But what I've discovered more and more, is the pyramids that just seem to be popping up everywhere. And meaning that we were taught, there's a Great Pyramid in Egypt, Egyptian pyramids, the one that has all that they get all the press, then they're the South American pyramids, okay, they get a little something, then, within the last few years, like last 30 or 40 years in the grand scheme of things. India, I think the India has a couple and then, but now, it's like Japan, India, throughout the Middle East. China has more pyramids than any other place on the planet, apparently, like there's so there's so many pyramids and so many of these monoliths, they all seem to be on the 29th parallel, close to the 20th parallel to my understanding as well. How are these all connected? And how? Because it sounds like there was communication across the pond with Egyptian in mind, because I always said that I was like how? I mean, yeah, they're not exactly the same pyramids. But pretty, I sat and I stood in front of Chichen Itza. And I sat there, I'm like, what is happening right now? Are you kidding me? Like this is impure? Like, hunter gatherers? Did this? No, I can. I can see it, I spoke to an archaeologist, a more traditional archaeologist the other day. And he's like, Well, you know, cuz ask them that question. Like, how is it that they're also similar around the world? Like, well, you know, it's kind of like you put a bunch of monkeys in the room together, they're eventually going to figure out that the pyramid is the strongest, more stable force. So that's just different versions of that. I was like, Huh. Didn't sound very interested. But okay, fair. Fair enough. Fair enough. That's your point of view. More today, he was a much more traditional academic. But, but I'd love to hear how you thought how these are all connected? And how the information kind of cross to each other? I mean, because there's just 1000s of pyramids around the world.

Freddy Silva 53:21
Yeah, I mean, the position is actually very important, because it shows you that once upon a time, there was a time when the climate was such that you could not live on most of the earth. And that was the second ice age. So yeah, most of the northern hemisphere is covered with ice, the bottom hemisphere is covered with ice, there's a little band where we got the world, all the secret sites are within that thin band. And that compresses the time period pretty quickly. And that was a time period that the all the ancient cultures say that yeah, there was basically a parallel civilization here. They lived on islands or places that behave like islands. And they kept themselves to themselves, but they shared information. They were part of the same college if you'd like they read from the same book. And that makes a lot more sense. And in fact, there's one great story that I get from New Zealand from the White House. No one's ever heard of the whiter ha. They're one of the oldest people on the planet. They lived in Easter Island when they was an archipelago. And they they remember it being an archipelago that's 12,000 years ago, unless you're an oceanographer. You will not know that only 12,000 years ago was Easter Island, a series of islands. So they've got the time when they're actually interacting with the gods. And if the gods are taking these double how canoes called Walker's enormous things, I mean, you could put 200 people on them and the Samoans are still building them today. And they go from the original homeland, which is on Lake Titicaca. They go to Easter Island to refuel, hang out with a white haha and then the Excel to the birthplace of the gods, which is in the South Island of New Zealand and I've been there and it's the most incredible landscape temperately levels See, that's for another story. And that they also used to go all the way across the Pacific and the Indian Ocean because these gods which they call the autoclave, which the redhead people. They also had the same mannerisms and descriptions as the Egyptian follows Horus, the shining once follows of Horace, who had the same description and mannerisms as viticulture, and his Iowa ponte. So it's the same crowd, but they've been called different names around the world. And that's the one thing that connects to these stories, they were all boring from the same manual. Now there are variations on the same, because the one thing that many people don't know is that when you're looking at a pyramid, like Chichen Itza, you're looking at four different pyramids, because the pyramid keeps growing, it starts off, and this is the thing I like about the Maya, they built this enormous structures over enormous holes on the ground called senators. Those are the holes made by the meteorites that basically killed off the dinosaurs, because all the rivers in Yucatan are on the ground, which is wonderful, because they're in a place where it's so hot, the water doesn't dry up. And it's always perfectly filtered through limestone, you can drink the water out of an ester notic. And so they got these big holes, and they put a pyramid over the hole. And basically, it's a very ceremonial place. So you basically, in order to get into the pyramid, there's no exterior door, per se, you have to travel by sort of a canoe underground through a river, and go into the belly of the earth mother, and then go through an umbilical cord into the central cortex of the pyramid, do your work in there, and you appear at the top and the platform, the stairs are going down, not going up. And I've heard this from a lot of other than mine elders who know a lot more about this than I do. And they said, Yeah, basically, if you think about it, you've got the Earth Mother, the Middle World, which have the internal chamber and you've got the phallus. So masculine and the feminine, and you are the middle between the two. So the places of initiation, integration of learning, and depending on the shape, and the position, they bear, they fulfill other functions as well. Part of the technology has to do with enough acupuncture, all of these buildings are placed exactly where you don't want to build a big building, which is a fracture zone, or a very, a place where earthquakes happen to happen with intense regularity. So excuse me, the London Nile, which is a massive fraction, the earthstone, you have some of the biggest buildings on the entire planet, and you think, are these people completely mad? No, because the way that the built, the buildings are built using different forms of, of geology, which Chris Dunn, I think brought this up originally, you have the masculine or positively charged, ran it in the center, and he had the negative limestone at the front. That's basically the battery. And the same thing happens to the monoliths around the world. They're placed exactly the biggest concentrations of modern lives appear in the world's biggest earthquake zones. So it's telling you that there's something about these buildings that are not just there for you and me to go work in and get some personal work done. They're fulfilling a kind of an earth acupuncture as well, they kind of limiting the damage that the Earth can do to itself and also to ash. And I've heard this in Easter Island as well. The original Moai, which of the basalt ones, these are the ones that have a body attached to the head, and they go 39 feet deeper into the ground that we thought they did? Well, yeah, the level of sediment as much older than 800 years, even someone who does basic geology can understand that. And I've spoken to Robert Schoch, about this, and he completely agrees with this. And that the story overlaps beautifully. With the story of the White House and they live there. They talk about the Moai. Not as then we went chok, chok, Chok chok into the quarry, we took it up the hill replaced him. The story is already the Moai are in the story already around the time of the ice age. But then it's like as a matter of fact, so they already precede these people. They've been there for so long. But they said that they were put there, the original Mo i will put there to stop and I quote, stop the lord of earthquakes in his lair. So there was something about an acupuncture that was going on in Easter Island, to basically make the whole thing much more manageable to give people a chance to survive a big earthquakes. And when you look at the amount of metal inside the stone like basalt, that begins to make a lot of sense, these buildings, again, they come from the same book. They come from the same manual, they are fulfilling a multitude of functions and they're basically designed by the same brother and sister who are the people who took towards the accoutrements of civilization.

Alex Ferrari 59:49
Let me ask you this because this is another area of of this of ancient civilizations that are is now starting to be gained a little steam and article A lot of people think isn't just it wasn't just big a big pile of ice, which is not it is an actual continent actual landmass. What have you learned in your travels about what an article was because it wasn't always under ice, just like Giza wasn't always a desert. It was actually very floral.

Freddy Silva 1:00:24
That's the beginning of the Atlantic Ocean. Right there!

Alex Ferrari 1:00:26
That it's I mean, so. But I'd love to hear what you've come across as far as ancient or pre flood civilizations in Antarctica. If anything,

Freddy Silva 1:00:35
It wouldn't surprise me. I mean, I, I'm kind of on the I'm looking from the outside in right now. Because we have no evidence to back anything up right now. It's all hypothesis. But that's where you start any great idea. And we know from ancient maps, that, that were designed at a time when we did not have the mapping technology or the navigational ability to know where Antarctica was, or even go there if we had. So there are maps showing up all over Europe, that show Antarctica is to land masses. And that's exactly what it is. To know that I think it took NASA until what 1975 To have a satellite up there and go, Hey, let's find out what's under the eyes. And oh, it's two continents separated by a river. Well, that's what the map of I think he Rhenish for near shows.

Alex Ferrari 1:01:25
The persy, the persy the map, or Oh, God, was it? Yeah, I know, the map.

Freddy Silva 1:01:30
One is Piri Reis map. And the basically, it shows the whole of Antarctica beautifully mapped out as two land masses. Now we know in only 4000 years ago that the Ross Ice Shelf was actually not frozen. It was a running sea. And there are rivers everywhere, they found sediments of coming from a river, and also a bit of trees, that were they're still perfectly preserved in the ice. So in 4000 years, the rice ice shelf has actually developed itself. So it's always evolving, always moving. Then you got plate tectonics, the plate and the planet is always shifting Queen Maud land, which is that big finger like thing that stretches, pointing up at search Chile and Argentina, that used to be exactly where Santiago was, where Santiago is today. So that's moved, what 600 miles further south, everything's always moving and shifting over a lot of content. So it would not surprise me that at some point, someone was down there. I mean, I've heard I've heard all these stories about the Foo Fighters. And the fact that Nazis went down there. And I've had some and I'm not discrediting it. I'm just saying that it's kind of fanciful. When you think that for example, a whole bunch of Nazis survive under the ice at minus 30 degrees for 60 years, creating this technology to go work? Well, it can't go anywhere. They'll get bombed out of existence, the moment they pick their heads out. And secondly, how are you going to keep warm? Oh, because of the magma under the ice? Well, isn't the magma going to melt the ice on top of it? So I don't really subscribe to that theory. Maybe they went there, but I don't think they survive very well. And there's lots of the the talk of pyramids there. Yeah, it looks very pyramidal. There's some images, which is very definitive, you see the edges and everything. Until you go there, you won't know. And I'll tell you why. Because I had the same thing in New Zealand to of all places, there was a beach I really wanted to go to is a place. It's an albatross colony, which is rare in itself. And it was a place where the Whitehall had the settlements. So for those reasons, I wanted to go there. And I was just looking on Google Earth about tracks and public access. And there's two pyramids, black pyramids, right next to the beach, huge things. And I thought I can't be the first person this, surely locals know about these pyramids. But why has no one done any research on this? Well, now I'm really curious. So I went down there and had a lovely walk, and you're walking down this wonderful path. And they look beautiful, just like to Egyptian pyramids made of basalt, and it perfectly black. The outlines are absolutely perfect, and you're walking for about two miles. That's how big they are. And you think this is going to be interesting. As you get closer, you realize that this is a natural formation. You can see the basalt columns, the octagonal basalt columns. And then here's a crystal cave in the middle. Essentially, nature sometimes does things vary geometrically and purposely. And as you get closer, you can see that the whole thing is that natural extrusion of basalt from the ocean when this extrusion was under the ocean, and it cooled very rapidly. But the further away you get from it, the better it looks like it's actually a man made to manmade pyramids. So until you get there until you get to Antarctica and do the research, you just don't know. But I would not be surprised if there people would have lived there at some point, given the fact that everything moves and shapes all the time

Alex Ferrari 1:05:02
From any of the indigenous people. Were there any I don't even I don't even know if any myths that I know of that are from people from Antarctica. It's just it's, it's that far back that I just never even heard it before.

Freddy Silva 1:05:16
Yeah, the closest people are the people that tribe in Tierra Del Fuego in Chile, I don't know what they're called, they have stories of redhead giants down there. So we know that there definitely existed in that little tip of the planet. So who knows, maybe the Giants have a secret base in Antarctica. But no, you're right. You never get to hear about anything. I've tried, I've looked into into the all the documents that were written by the Europeans who accept that it was the, the Jesuits when they're going through Polynesia, and literally just wiping everybody out. But before they did, they were very nice. They wrote down all the stories of the indigenous people. So I like reading their notebooks, which Google, thankfully, has actually scanned for us. So we can actually read these things. And if you're Portuguese, and you're Spanish is pretty good, they're pretty easy to read. And I can't find anything in there either. No need for Indonesia, South Africa thought might have some information. I read the work of COVID on woodware, who's written everything about morphology in that part of the world. And again, nothing. So it's a mystery.

Alex Ferrari 1:06:26
It's a very interesting mystery. For me, I can keep talking to you for about six or seven hours.

Freddy Silva 1:06:34
My jet lag is calling.

Alex Ferrari 1:06:36
Exactly. I mean it, we definitely have to have you back because we scratch the surface about a bunch, much a bunch of other things I wanted to talk to you about. Before we Oh, no, it's no, it's like it's Well, it's a lifetime, like you've taken 25 years already. It's a lifetime to go.

Freddy Silva 1:06:53
I'm scratching the surface, my friend, I really am scratching the surface every every time I write a book, I think I know so much. And then something else comes across my desk and I go, I don't know anything at all. I'm as good. It means that when my company says so when you plan to retire said, When I die, that's when I retire. There's so much interesting stuff out there. And you got to take your time researching it and cross referencing it and you know, sitting back, and people have laughed and said, You know, it's a bit like waiting for an album from Boston. To get a book out of view. I said, yeah, it takes time to do proper research. You can't just keep coming up with a book every six months. Because you can't work that fast. I mean, not unless you have, you know, you can hire research assistants. And then you gotta cross the t's and dot the i's it takes time to get the information, sit back and take a big view over it just takes a lot of effort. So, but I'm gonna,

Alex Ferrari 1:07:50
I'll tell you, I mean, I'll tell you what, I've got over 440 hours or almost 500 hours of interviews on this show alone. It's basically masterclasses on each of these kinds of topics, and just when I thought, Oh, I've heard it all. someone like you comes along and you'll throw a little seed about something you just said. I'm like, parallel stylizations Oh, gotta go. Oh, the red giant cheeses. I gotta go do that. Like so just when you think you've heard? No, no, no, no, it

Freddy Silva 1:08:21
Easter Island was an archipelago. Oh, no.

Alex Ferrari 1:08:23
Wow, I gotta go down with their maps. Now I gotta go look at the maps now. Like, it's just it's never, ever ends never ending but I appreciate you coming on the show. I'm going to ask you a few questions. Ask all my guests. What is your definition of living a fulfilled life?

Freddy Silva 1:08:39
I guess if you learn to understand or even discover your, your soul's purpose in this lifetime, and you can you're able to fulfill it. I think that's probably what it is. Am I doing it? I guess I am. I mean, I spent most of my life in the commercial world as a creative director, hated every minute of it. But actually, no, I had great fun, but I didn't like what I was doing because I didn't feel like I was contributing to society in any meaningful way. I made a lot of money, but it's just not important. I wanted to be a rock musician that didn't go very well, because I knew I didn't quite have that talent that you know, you need to have to be different to everybody else. You can't just be you know, a Jimi Hendrix or a Tony Iommi, or any of your favorite guitar players, you will have mentioned, because you know that something different about you and I was smart enough to understand that I could pull my weight but not good enough to make a living out of it. And now I'm doing exactly what I'm doing. It's difficult. It's lonely. It'd be nice to share my adventures with someone special but that's another story. But ya know, I think if you know who you are as a soul, not as a brain or as this guy in in this thing, but if you can understand who you are as a soul, and know that what you do Doing is the correct path and you're happy doing it. Despite the challenges, I think you'd be pretty well. So I think I'm about 60 to 70% there.

Alex Ferrari 1:10:09
Better than most my friend better than most.

Freddy Silva 1:10:12
I think the whole purpose is that if you've made a difference in life when you die when you physically die, and you can say, You know what, and you know, you're floating above the room, and you're going, you know, I think I left the world 1% better than when I found that. And I think I've improved a few people's lives, you can see we've done pretty well, you know, so hopefully, if I can do that, I'm doing pretty well.

Alex Ferrari 1:10:32
Now, if you have you had a chance to go back in time and speak to little Freddy, what advice would you give him?

Freddy Silva 1:10:37
Make sure your head never falls out and keep up the guitar lessons and screw everybody that tells you that you're no good and you should be going issue because working at a bank, or become an architect is what my parents wanted me to be. And I said, and the finally miserable for like 10 years, because you didn't know what the hell you're doing you. You're trying to fill in some gaps in your life, that you have to pay the bills, but you don't know what you want to do. Because you want your patent is here. And your soul that don't follow your passion. No, follow your passion. Because when you die, you can say you know what, I may have fallen on my face once or twice, but at least I did it. And I have no regrets. That was That would be my advice to my younger self. Just go out there and bloody well do it.

Alex Ferrari 1:11:20
Beautiful, beautiful. Now how do you define? Yes, yes. How do you define God or Source energy?

Freddy Silva 1:11:27
God? You, me, the lamppost. The cell phone. Everything is God. God is essentially this creative paradox where it creates everything by knowing everything. But the paradox is it knows nothing. So it sends all of us out to explore on its behalf to report back to is what it created. If you can make sense of that, let me know because it hurts my head. Yeah, so we're here. It's weird expressions of that Godhead expressing the Godhead on its behalf reporting back on what? And someone actually said to me recently, we had this phrase, as ever a few drinks in a pub in New Zealand. I can tell I've just been there talking so much about it. That said, God, you know, I think God we just bought, I think this is the secret to life. God was just bored. It just went, you know what, I know everything. What else can I do on board, and it create everything from nothing. But yet it had to know everything in order to create what it created. And I'm thinking, Okay, I need a little bit right now, because

Alex Ferrari 1:12:34
My head hurts already and what is the ultimate purpose of life?

Freddy Silva 1:12:41
Oh, God. The in terms of the big picture, oh, I know what the purpose is. I belong to a channeling group in England, where we have access to some very interesting information. And our fearless glorious leader also works with the police, in solving 99.9% of crimes that get go handed to her, we know the information she gets is very, very good, not because we act on it. And there's things I can't really tell you because of what we do in the background, which are really what we call spiritual terrorism. We go around fixing things behind the scenes. And that's our little thing. But I did get the chance to ask some very high level people during one of the sessions. What's this all about? Except to have an experience? And the whole room went? What? Yeah, you having an experience? So if once I'm done with this experience, I go back to the source, what happens when you have another experience? And then what happens? And another one? So have you had lots of experiences? Oh, we had so many, that we don't need any more experiences. Now. We're guiding younger souls like you to on your experience. So that because we know how difficult it is one day, you'll be in opposition, pushing out advice, because you've had so many experiences, and you got the t shirt, and you don't need to do anything else. And you mean that's the meaning of life is to have an experience. Yes.

Alex Ferrari 1:14:05
It's beautiful. It I've heard the same thing, sir. I've heard the same thinf

Freddy Silva 1:14:08
And to which they said, Don't worry, be happy.

Alex Ferrari 1:14:13
And where can people find out more about you and the amazing work you're doing in the world?

Freddy Silva 1:14:16
Oh, God helped them. I'm sure they got better things to do. They can go on my website and look at all the books and all the videos and lots of articles are there for at least a week. It's called the

Alex Ferrari 1:14:30
Freddy it has been such a pleasure and honor speaking to you, my friend. I can't wait to have you back on the show. We we could talk so so much more about stuff. So I appreciate you my friend. Thank you again.

Freddy Silva 1:14:39
Well, thank you for having me Alice.

Alex Ferrari 1:14:41
And it's Alex. Sir, by the way.

Freddy Silva 1:14:43
Sorry, Alex.

Alex Ferrari 1:14:45
I'll forgive you because you have a 16 hour jetlag.

Freddy Silva 1:14:49
I'm a 16 hour jet lag.

Alex Ferrari 1:14:53
Appreciate you my friend.

Freddy Silva 1:14:54
I'm setting the airport.

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