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Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., an authority in bridging science and spirit, and a leading voice in new biology, discussed his belief that that if we use the 50 trillion cells that live harmoniously in every healthy human body as a model, we can create a new "super organism" called humanity, as well as how cellular studies point to such concepts as immortality, spirituality and mind over genes.

First hour guest, college instructor Mitchel Townsend reported on his research paper which he believes proves that a Bigfoot-like creature resides in the Mount St. Helens area of Washington state.

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Michael E. Bell

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Biography:

Close your eyes and imagine a Vampire. Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula. But another kind of vampire was believed to live in rural New England, where on March 17, 1892, three corpses were exhumed from Rhode Island cemetery. One of the bodies was that of Mercy Brown, who had succumbed to consumption. It appeared to her family that she had turned over in her grave. They cut out her heart, which still had blood in it, burned it on a nearby rock, and fed her ashes to her ailing brother. In his fascinating investigation of this shocking custom, Bell relates the stories of twenty families who dug up their loved ones to save the living.

Books:

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