Episode 165

Iris Clark -- 97 year old teacher of groups in Sedona who study The Keys of Enoch by JJ Hurtak

Timeless Voyager Radio with Bruce Stephen Holms interview with 97 year "young" (at the time of this recording 1992), Iris Clark. The program highlights the well known yet very hard to understand book, "The Keys of Enoch". Clark has been teaching the information from the book since she studied directly with JJ Hurtak. Clark explains some very controversial information regarding Metatron, YHWH, Jehova, Melchezidek, and much more.

Gladys Iris Clark was born in 1895. She moved to Sedona, Arizona, late in her life and taught The Keys of Enoch at her home there. She was associated with the Academy of Future Science and was a consistently published New Age writer.

About moving to Sedona, she writes, “When I first arrived at Sedona in 1981, I was captivated by a powerful vortex around Airport Hill. To be specific, it was at Rainbow Focus where a New Age festivity was taking place. I had come from Santa Barbara, California, where I expected to be settled for the rest of my life and where ashes of my spouse of sixty-two years are scattered.

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From 1987 through 1994 Timeless Voyager Radio was broadcast over 200+ radio stations world-wide in most top 50 radio markets in the US, Canada, and Short-Wave world-wide. Bruce Stephen Holms, the Timeless Voyager host started the radio program on KCSB 91.9 in Santa Barbara, CA in the fall of 1987.

It consisted of interviews with leading edge speakers in the fields of UFOs, Extraterrestial encounters, Alternative and Natural Health modalities, Channeling, Psychic Phenomena, Cryptozoology (Bigfoot/Sasquatch), Religio-Political, and Seers who explain The quest for Enlightenment.

What made Timeless Voyager Radio different was the program was broadcast at 9 am Monday morning “drive time” instead of the usual late night hours that was reserved for “para-normal” programs. It was launched from a college radio station in 1987 and by 1990 Timeless Voyager Radio was enjoyed by listeners of commercial radio stations in the US and in most parts of the world over short wave radio until it was retired from live broadcasting in late 1994 .

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