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April 26th, 2012


 Dr. Melvin Morse, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington. He has studied near-death experiences in children for 15 years and is the author of several outstanding books on the subject: "Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, Parting Visions, his latest book, Where God Lives. He is primarily interested in learning how to use the visions that surround death to heal grief. The stories that children have told him about what it is like to die have lessons for all of us, especially those attempting to understand the meaning of death or the death of a child.

Pretty interesting stuff, I found it on a website:  www.near-death.com and www.spiritualscientific.com .  I am surprised to find out how many doctors and scientists are seriously researching N.D.E.'s and reporting their results with an open mind to all posibilities. What really impressed me with Dr. Morse was the following comments from the near death website: "Dr. Morse argues that the study of NDEs provides a starting point for understanding the mysterious link between our brains and the universe. Though sound scientific studies have already identified the existence of "the God Spot" - the right temporal lobe of the brain - Morse takes this concept several steps further. Building on the controversial theory that memory may actually be stored outside the brain, he suggests that the right temporal lobe acts not as a "computer" for our individual minds, but as a transmitter and receiver of the universal mind - and that we can actually learn to stimulate this part of our brains in a number of ways besides near-death or active dying. The challenge, he says, is to learn how to integrate the rational (left) and spiritual (right) sides of our brains."

Also this week I delve into soul levels.  Are you an old soul?  Also I share a couple of stories regarding my father just before he passed in 1984 in Madison Wisconsin.  Have you ever had a near death experience, or know someone who has?  Do you have a story to tell?


April 13th, 2012

stan_20121.jpg This week a really cool show dealing with ufo's, bigfoot and thunder birds.  Stan Gordon has been doing research in Pennsylvania since he was 10 years old, he has been at it for 50 years.  He has listened to and investigated thousands of reports regarding the unknown.  Stan was skeptical at first but after hearing so many stories he has realized something unusual may be going on.  This show delves into investigations that you don't hear about too often- the ufo/bigfoot connection.  Stan is well respected because he takes a scientific approach to his work and has so many case files it's hard to ignore all of the evidence. 

You will also hear us talk about the Kecksburg Incident, an event that occured in 1965 where many believe a bell shaped craft was recovered.  This incident took place about 10 miles from Stan's home.  We delve into the thunder birds, some believe these are giant prehistoric birds that still exist today.  2 years ago I saw a huge bird flying down a two rut road, it's wingspan covered the width of the road.  I'm not saying it was a thunder bird, I just don't know what it was.

A couple thoughts.  If bigfoot is real why has no one ever found a body?  Why haven't hunters shot them before?  Well, you will hear a couple of eye witness reports where people did try to shoot them and it had no apparent effect.  Really?  How can that be?  Perhaps they are not what we think they are.  Maybe there is more to these beings than we realize, maybe they have abilities that we don't even have and maybe they are connected to an advanced civilization.  You'd think if that was the case they'd at least take a bath once in a while!  The natives refer to the sasquatch as the guardian of the woods, the keepers of the forests.  They also say that they are half spirit and half real.  After talking to Stan, it appears that bullets have no effect on them so perhaps we should listen closer to what the natives have been trying to tell us for hundreds of years.

What I take away from this interview with Stan is that wherever there are forests and remote areas, there seems to be a lot of stange things going on.  This week I welcome Stan Gordon.



April 5th, 2012

cooper.jpgThose of you who have listened to this show for a while know that this podcast is taken from my experiences and curiousity.  It really started when I was 4 and I woke up several times and the room was vibrating.  In the 1980's there were a couple of influences that really zapped me.  One was reading the book Ramtha, the other was watching  a video in 1988 that was made by William Cooper.  Cooper was a former naval intelligence officer who had become privy to many government secrets, or so he claimed, and was sharing that information with people all over the country.  The video I saw was filmed in Sedona Arizona.  Back then, in the eighties, there really weren't a lot of sources you could turn to to get your paranormal fix.  Now, it's endless, and I really don't know who's telling the truth and who's making it up.  That is why I decided to make my show about personal experiences and not buy into all of the hype that so many other shows do or schedule guests who claim to be experts although they never had a paranormal experience.  It's like the marriage advisor who's been divorced 3 times and still wants us to buy into his b.s. that he knows how to save your marriage.  Really?  I've also been turned off by so called experts because they develope egos and then their word becomes gospel.  It's just crazy, it almost becomes a religion because so many follow certain individuals.  Instead, follow yourself.  Make up your own mind, trust your own heart.

The video I saw back in 1988 covered 3 main topics, New World Order, UFOs and the  government cover up, and the Kennedy assassination.  When I first saw the video I was blown away and I showed it to a few people, over time I let go of it but kept in mind what was said.  It wasn't til about a year ago that I Googled William Cooper only to find out that he had been gunned down in 2001 (some 10 years after this interview) by the police near his home in Arizona.  Now what brought that on?  Did he flip out?  Does that destroy any potential credibility he previously had?  Could his death have been a set up?  I don't know the answer to those questions, I do know that he did honorably serve his country and what drew me to his video was his down to earth approach.   I am convinced that there is disinformation to offset the truth.  Those that have been involved in the UFO investigation field know that "someone" has been spreading disinformation just to discredit those who want to honestly tell their story.  So perhaps William Cooper is right on that note.  I am somewhat convinced that there is a plan to create a one world government, it appears to be playing out right now.  Perhaps Cooper was right again.  As for Kennedy, I haven't a clue but about 15 years ago Bill Curtis did a miniseries on The Men Who Killed Kennedy. 

In the end after the Cooper video and listening to shows like Jeff Rense, I became a paranoid individual.  I even started getting sick.  I learned I could not live that way, I learned I was just going to live through my own experiences because, how do I know who's telling the truth?  I learned that whatever you hold onto the longest becomes the strongest.  So instead of holding onto fear of what may be, I've gone the route of exploring my own spirituality which has given me the peace and realization that all things happen for a reason and that reason ultimately is our spiritual growth, or so I believe.  How about you?


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