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July 7, 2011: Coast --to-Coast AM Guest host John B. Wells welcomed author and researcher Steve Quayle, who discussed the secret powerful forces aligned against humanity since ancient times, and how genetics, nanotechnology, and robotics are permanently changing the world for better or worse. He observed that "in every single country of the world," there are legends, which tell of entities who come to Earth not only bestowing their secrets upon humans, but also "going to war with mankind." Quayle observed that this overarching theme is "too formidable a subject to ignore in any way, shape, or form."He traced the root of this battle to be a "supernatural, evil hierarchy" using misguided humans to corrupt God's works here on Earth. These human agents of Satan, he said, believe they will be given greater power by yielding their free will to dark forces. However, Quayle warned, "that power, they yield to, will ultimately consume and destroy them." He pointed to transhumanism as a key aspect of this agenda. "The goal is not to help humanity be all we can be," he lamented. Instead, Quayle contended that the aim is to create a race of quasi-gods which will supplant the human race as we know it. "If anything, the old style human beings will be an irritation, or reminder, of what the transhumanists once were," he surmised.Additionally, according to Quayle, the current economic crisis is actually an orchestrated tool being used to advance this Satanic agenda. To that end, he explained that sinister power brokers are "throwing the world into a global economic meltdown in order to bring about the New World Order under Lucifer." The unrest in the Middle East, ongoing "weather wars," and the increased police state in America are also facets of this ongoing spiritual battle between good and evil. While Quayle conceded that he is "not a prophet" and was reticent to predict how things may unfold, he theorized that the much-discussed December 21, 2012 date might be their target to "launch their world program."