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CONTROVERSIAL SCHOLAR MAXIMILLIEN DE LAFAYETTE, WORLD’S LEADING AUTHORITY ON THE ANUNNAKI – THE EXTRA TERRESTRIALS WHO SOME BELIEVE CREATED HUMANS 65,000 YEARS AGO – MAKES RARE APPEARANCE ON MEDIA BLVD’S PURPLE HAZE BLOG TALK RADIO SHOW THURSDAY, APRIL 22, AT 9PM/ET New York, NY – April 19, 2010 – Controversial scholar Maximillien de Lafayette, the world's leading authority on the Anunnaki -- the extra terrestrial race some believe created humans 65,000 years ago – will grant a rare live interview on Media Blvd’s popular Blog Talk Radio show Purple Haze Thursday, April 22, at 9PM/ET, blogtalkradio.com/mediablvd. During the hour-long exclusive interview, de Lafayette will discuss his explosive views on the origin of the human race; God; multiple dimensions; the involvement of the United States and Russian governments with aliens now living on Earth; the anticipated return of extra terrestrials to Earth in 2022, and why NASA and world leaders are hiding the existence of UFOs, among other provocative subjects. De Lafayette has written more than 250 books, 80 of them on the paranormal, occult, extra terrestrials and the Anunnaki. He has translated the ancient slabs and inscriptions in Phoenician, Akkadin, Sumerian, Ugaritic and the Babylonian languages. Purple Haze is hosted by NASA scientist Dr. Kenn Gold, conservative author Gary Morgenstein (Take Me Out to the Ballgame), liberal journalist Frederic Germay and TV Talk Radio host Shaun Daily. MediaBlvd is a premiere entertainment portal featuring unique celebrity interviews and news and reviews from the world of pop culture. The online edition of MediaBlvd Magazine receives more than 2 million global unique IP visits per month, and the site features multiple live audio segments bringing celebrities together with listeners for a unique interaction experience. MediaBlvd also hosts the official websites for several celebrities. MediaBlvd was founded in 2003, and has it’s origins in the fan website crashdown.com, which promoted the show Roswell, and was responsible for bringing the show back twice with mail in campaigns, and for raising over $270,000 for various children’s charities.