Members of this species appeared human and when having personal contacts with the descendants of the humans they made, they previously misinformed (on purpose) early humanity that they were angels, cherubim or gods.'It's a wonderful opportunity for Peruvians to understand their past and, more importantly, to consider receiving our creators, the Elohim, who were taken for gods by our ancestors and now ask to be welcomed back.
Though my nearly five months living in Peru happened back in 2014, to this day people still ask me for details on traveling to Cusco.
showed Noga the secret video of Señora Nati’s collection of baby animals. Every time that she pulls them, they just want to hold something,” Noga comments. They grow up to 2m long and they're under threat of becoming endangered.
But each year, thousands of these animals are illegally captured and trafficked, with criminal enterprises making billions selling often endangered animals on the black market. The hub of this illegal trade is Iquitos, Peru, a port city on the Amazon River. SENORA NATI (Translation): Here are the little monkeys. She also has a pygmy marmoset, the smallest monkey in the world. One of the other officers is in contact with a spotter outside the hotel. This is a pretty heavy moment because the woman has arrived and she's with Noga right now and we're just waiting for the go ahead to go in there.
It is where In the meeting, which is secretly recorded, she describes the process used to smuggle illegally purchased wildlife into the United Kingdom. “Those small monkeys…you go to the chemist and get tablets. They're tamarins, highly prized as an exotic pet, also under threat of becoming endangered. LIZ MACEDO DAVIDA (Translation): Do you know what she is wearing? LIZ MACEDO DAVIDA (Translation): He says the lady has short hair.
You may catch a diver on cam cleaning the exhibit or feeding the fish.
Most divers are volunteers, donating their time to clean the exhibit, and feed the animals.
One of the world’s most beautiful places is home to one of its ugliest industries. She decides to cover her distinctive curly hair with a towel. NOGA SHANEE (Translation): I will give you this, so we are square. For the moment the Peruvian authorities are offering almost no protection to the country's invaluable wildlife.
The Amazon rainforest is the most important ecosystem on earth, home to a third of the world’s species. Next door, she places a hidden camera in her room to try and capture the moment when Senora Nati accepts the money, if she turns up. NOGA SHANEE (Translation): Let’s have a look at your monkeys. SENORA NATI (Translation): Look, these are the monkeys, these go in your hair. We can actually hear the monkeys the woman is trying to sell. According to Peru This Week, television show 'Alto al Crimen' - an investigative program aimed at preventing high level crime - was shooting an episode in the upscale Miraflores district of Lima on February 10 when they spotted the unusual object.The Raelian movement, a UFO religion, are delighted by the spotting and claim the UFO is somehow linked to their initiative to persuade the Peruvian government to build an extraterrestrial embassy in the country Adding more mystery to the UFO sighting are claims that the UFO is somehow linked to an initiative currently underway by the Raelian movement - a UFO religion - to persuade the Peruvian government to build an extraterrestrial embassy, reports The Examiner.They've no idea what to make of the strange people who have appeared on the far riverbank, wearing clothes, carrying cameras, and using alien transportation devices. The men and women captured in the photographs belong to the Mascho-Piro, one of the world's last uncontacted tribes.For a millenia, they have carved an existence from the Peruvian rainforest, untouched by what outsiders call civilisation. Illegal loggers are encroaching nearer to their ancestral homeland, in and around Manú National Park in the largely unexplored region where Peru borders Brazil and Bolivia.This exhibit represents the famous Blue Corner off the coast of Palau.