Victoria Alexander has participated in Aty Guarani, Candomblé, Spiritism, and Santo Diame spiritual ceremonies in South America. Since 2000, she studied with curanderos in the Amazon and is an advocate of the visionary plant ayahuasca. In 1994 Victoria conducted a breakthrough research project, "The Alexander UFO Religious Crisis Survey," a survey of 1000 theologians on the impact of UFOs on religion for The Bigelow Foundation.
In the first half, Col. John Alexander, along with Victoria Alexander, joined George Knapp for a discussion on alternate realities, and how their frequent trips to South America to meet with healers and shamans have changed their outlook on the world. During the latter half, independent scholar Paul Von Ward talked about key misconceptions harbored by humans as 2012 begins to unfold. ... More »Host: George Knapp
In the first half, author David Grann, discussed his journey deep into the jungle to trace the path of explorer Percy Fawcett and his search for the mythical "Lost City of Z." In the second half, "Gringo Shaman" Ron Wheelock described his inner-journey using the powerful hallucinogen, ayahuasca. His student, Victoria Alexander, joined in the discussion. ... More »Host: George Knapp