Check out this fascinating talk by Michael Tsarion about ancient aliens in earth's secret history and their influence on us today. It's very fascinating and mind blowing. He is very well read on the occult and esoteric and has a wealth of information about such subjects. Some of his stuff is out there, but he makes a lot of sense and sounds like he knows what he's talking about. He is one of the deepest speakers in the conspiracy movement.
Michael Tsarion on Red Ice Radio talking about Sorcery, Magic and Consciousness Manipulation by Illuminati Occultists that run the world.
“Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality; there is no greater, nobler, more heroic form of devotion than the act of a man who assumes the responsibility of thinking.” - Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Although as someone points out in the debunking comments, why would you even bother preparing a debunkumentary critiquing someone who is clearly so wacko? Although he seems to have his followers, listening to the audience noise. He's a fellow traveller with David Icke, saying the most ludicrous things convincingly and with a straight face. Just listening to his first 2 hours in part, 1) the physics and geology and timelines of his proposed destruction of a planet between Earth and Mars is all wrong, and 2) his attempts at etymology are also fabricated, look up any of the words that he tries to trace the etymology of and they are completely different in the dictionary, e.g. 'pirate'.
Brian Heatley (born 1968), better known as Michael Tsarion, is a proponent of the New Age movement and the Truth movement. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he moved to the United States and became a protégé of the freemason Jordan Maxwell (real name, Russell Pine). Tsarion mixes some truth with lies and as with his mentor, is widely regarded to be a shill. He has stated that he is sympathetic to freemasons such as Aleister Crowley, Manly Palmer Hall and Helena Blavatsky. Tsarion has done some interesting work pertaining to Irish metahistory and antiquity in general, however because of his association with paramasonry and the New Age movement, is to be taken with a huge grain of salt.
Scoffing at the material is like a sceptic's paradise. I mean, the guy is obviously just making it all up like a Star Wars plotline, but can't we exercise just some elementary scepticism here? How the hell does he 'know' stuff about a second planet with a luminescent atmosphere (???) which was destroyed recently and fish are still falling to earth? How does he 'know' stuff that has absolutely no likelihood in reality? There is absolutely no evidence for any of it, and most of it can't work in physics, chemistry or biology.