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In the first half, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed veteran police detective Robert Snow, who spoke about how he went from skeptic to believer after a hypnotic regression revealed he had lived before in three different historical eras.

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Richard Glen Boire

Special Guest

Biography:

Richard Glen Boire is Co-Director and Legal Counsel for the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics, a nonprofit law, policy, & public education center working to advance and protect freedom of thought. Richard has been admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court and has filed the first-ever freedom of thought brief before the Court in 2002. He has represented clients in state and federal courts, and regularly consults on complex litigation involving freedom of thought issues. In addition to authoring several books, Mr. Boire's articles and essays have appeared in several magazines.

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Cognitive Freedom Concerns

Richard Glen Boire, the Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics, discussed freedom of thought which may face challenges from new developments in technology and pharmacology. "We need to have in place protections," he commented, as there is the possibility that these new tools could infringe on people's mental freedoms. ... More »

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