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April 19th, 2018



Avatar was an amazing movie, it was one of those films that many went back to see again and again.  Many felt the concept of an avatar is what we are experiencing now, we are avatar's living in these human bodies.  But what really drew me was the story of the native people, it just seemed so authentic.  Turns out it was.  This week Reuben Langdon joins me from California, Reuben has been a stunt man for many years and did a lot of the stunts for the films lead character.  Reuben told me that the director, James Cameron, wanted to capture the true essence of the native culture so he encorporated many native beliefs from many different cultures into the story.  It seems to me when a movie speaks to the higher conciousness of others they go back again and again to see it, they are recognizing an inner truth.  Remember Titantic in 1998?  I feel it was very authentic but I've always felt the real draw for the movie was it's timing.  What is the average time that we take before we come back?  Roughly 60 to 70 years.  When did the Titantic sink?  1912.  Was this why so many were drawn to that movie because so many were alive at that time and remembered the sinking of the famous ship?  Many perhaps were drawn to the fictional love story between 2 obvious twin flames and I feel they saw themselves up on the screen.  Those are all topics for another show.


Avatar came out in 2009 and it while it may have been "waking people up" it was also waking up Reuben Langdon.  Never before had he looked into "other" things and while on the set he talked with others and began a journey that has led him down a road with many answers.  I found Reuben to be on a similar journey as me, we both want to find a higher truth.  Reuben spent a good amount of time interviewing many people as you can see on the links below.  He filmed and produced a series of interviews with well respected channels.  These channels often spoke with extra terrestrials and other beings, E.D.'s, aka extra dimensionals.  What do they have to say? 


I had no idea where Reuben was going to go with his informatiion and yet I openly welcomed the chance to speak with him.  I had heard him on my buddy David Twitchell's show talking about Grey aliens and it struck a chord as being very accurate from my own experiences.  In this interview we talked for quite a while longer than I normally do, there were so many topics I wanted to ask the "E.D.'s" about.  In the end I found much of what they had to say was very close to what I've learned over the years.  How can that be?  Is this all just coincidence?  Or is it proof that there may be a greater truth that many are tapping into?  Reuben struck me as a very down to earth soul and it I enjoyed talking to him.





music for this show provided by Kevin Macleod


April 10th, 2018




Who ya gonna call?  Thanks to Rich Meyer for letting me know about a group of ghost hunters from Grand Haven Michigan.  They don't just hunt ghosts, they are open to investigating all paranormal.  What causes people to do this?  For many I think it's an experience in early life that opens our mind to many different possibilities.  So this week I talk to Bill Jones and his crew about why they do what they do, and I like that each of them shared their own experiences.  Do you believe in ghosts?  Have you ever had what you thought was an experience?  Feel free to post it below.  Bill and his crew never charge anything to do an investigation, which tells me they're doing this for the right reasons.  In my opinion, I think we've all had contact.  Whether from spirits (loved ones who've crossed over), angels, guides, and ghosts who are still hanging around certain objects or buildings.  Sometimes they wander around and wind up at your house.  Many times it could just be residual energy caused by the current or previous home owners.  Sometimes people, especially children, are creating poltergiests from their emotions.  There are many answers, and I give this group credit for trying to come up with a rational answer first before jumping to conclusions.  It's like that tv show, everytime they hear a noise, "I think it's a squatch."  Many times it's nothing, but at the same time from my own experiences, there are many instances where it is something and I believe the more you open up to it, and get past your fear, the more experiences you will have. 


Also, mark your calenders for June 29th and 30th for a paranormal conference in Grand Haven Michigan.  You can make reservations and find out more by going to:  www.graspp.org  They have a great line up including Michigan's Mufon director  Bill Konkoleski, Rich Meyer with UPBRSO, and many others.  Bill even said he could hook you up with a stay at a known haunted hotel if they still have rooms available.