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Last Show Recap

In the first half, numerologist Glynis McCants talks about how the year 2016 is unfolding numerologically and what the numbers have to say about the economy, recently deceased music superstars and how the presidential hopefuls are doing.

In the second half, author and researcher David Wellington reveals details about government experimentation on U.S. citizens which includes exposure to pathogens without their knowledge, mind control programs, and exposure to radiation. He'll also discuss transgenics which combines DNA from one species to another resulting in creatures known as chimeras, as well as the rapid developments in drones and robotics.

Upcoming Shows

Tue 05-03  Measuring the Supernatural/ Open Lines Wed 05-04  Natural Healing/ Spiritual Transformation Thu 05-05  Ghost Hunting/ Mind Power Fri 05-06  Hutchison's Experiments/ Open Lines

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Mario Beauregard

Special Guest

Biography:

Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., is associate research professor at the Departments of Psychology and Radiology and the Neuroscience Research Center at the University of Montreal. He is the coauthor of The Spiritual Brain and more than one hundred publications in neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry.

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Brain Wars

John B. Wells welcomed neuropsychologist Mario Beauregard for a discussion on his research into the relationship between the mind and brain. In the first hour, geopolitical analyst Craig B. Hulet talked about the government performing key word searches on personal e-mails and numerous other ways they encroach on privacy and civil liberties. ... More »

Host: John B. Wells
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