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Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed a new type of astronomical telescope known as the 'Dragonfly' which has discovered a "dark galactic twin of our Milky Way Galaxy;" recent unexplained animal mutilations; and eyewitness testimony of a triangular UFO in Iowa that seemingly sent out telepathic communications.

First hour guest, former C2C host Ian Punnett talked about his new book "A Black Night for the Bluegrass Belle," which details the 1936 murder of his family member Verna Garr Taylor.

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Fri 09-30  Haunted Objects/ Open Lines Sat 10-01  Healthy Diet/ Controlled Remote Viewing Sun 10-02  Happiness & Spirituality/ Higher Power Mon 10-03  Financial Outlook/ Palmistry & Trends Tue 10-04  Current Events & ET Disclosure/ Open Lines Wed 10-05  Mars Mission/ Angel Messages Thu 10-06  Secret Door XVII
Fri 10-07  Paranormal Hotspots/ Open Lines

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Matthew Alper

Special Guest

Biography:

Matthew Alper was born and raised in New York City. He was educated at Vasser and North London University where he acquired a degree in Philosophy of Science. After teaching High School History, Matthew went on to become a screenwriter and then to write to his seminal work "The God Part of the Brain," now in its 5th edition. Since then Matthew has lectured at various universities on the topics of Cognitive Science and philosophy. He has been written up in the Washington Post and appeared on NBC.

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EMP Attack/ Brain & the Paranormal

In the first half, historian William R. Forstchen, PhD, updated the ongoing campaign to bolster energy and communications infrastructure against an EMP attack, and what the effects of such a calamity would be. In the latter half, author and philosopher Matthew Alper argued that belief in such things as ghosts, the paranormal, spirituality, and even God are wired into our brains neurologically,... More »

Host: George Noory

Mars Mission/ Brain & Afterlife

In the first half, Ken Johnston, a former NASA Data and Photo Control Department manager, talked about his bid to go to Mars as a participant in the Mars One program. In the latter half, author and philosopher Matthew Alper discussed his contention that the afterlife does not exist. Aside from religious indoctrination, the reason humans typically believe in the afterlife is that they are... More »

Host: George Noory

The Brain & Spiritual Beliefs

Author and philosopher Matthew Alper shared his contention that human beings are genetically hard wired to experience belief in spirituality and various paranormal phenomena, even though there is no scientific basis for it. First hour guest, animal communicator Madeleine Walker talked about the messages she has received from various creatures, which have even included insects. ... More »

Host: George Noory

'God' in the Brain

Neuro-theologist Matthew Alper returned for a discussion on his theory about the genetic nature of spirituality and how humans are wired to believe in a "God" and spiritual realm. ... More »

Host: George Noory

The Brain & Spirituality

Mathew Alper, the author of "The God Part of the Brain" discussed his theory that human beings are genetically hard wired to experience some form of spirituality. He suggested that over time humanity evolved in this direction as a way of coping with the inevitable knowledge of their deaths. ... More »

Host: Art Bell

Religous Experience

Author Matthew Alper discussed studies which show that believing in God as well as being an active member of a church or religious community can be beneficial to one's health. ... More »

Host: Art Bell

Matthew Alper

From the dawn of our species, every culture has maintained a belief in someform of a spiritual reality. Wouldn't this imply that human spiritualitymust represent an inherent characteristic of our species, that is, agenetically inherited trait? Are humans "wired" to believe in the universalconcepts of a spiritual reality, a god, a soul, and an afterlife. Is ourspecies "wired"... More »

Host: Art Bell
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