Frank DeMarco was co-founder of Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., and for 16 years was Chief Editor. He is the author of several non-fiction books and two novels. He also conducts workshops on communicating with guidance, and writes a monthly column for the on-line magazine The Meta Arts. His past and current thinking may be found on his blog, I of My Own Knowledge on "Everyday explorations into our Extraordinary Potential" -- www.hologrambooks.com.
In the first half, author Frank DeMarco talked about undergoing sessions in the Monroe Institute's Black Box -- a kind of sensory deprivation chamber that helps people to achieve and sustain altered states of consciousness. In the latter half, former surgeon and an expert in food allergies, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby, discussed why he believes DNA is a transmitter working as an antenna, as well as properties of the electrical universe as they relate to healing. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, author Frank DeMarco discussed what he learned from his afterlife dialogues with Ernest Hemingway, and the general process of communications with disembodied entities he calls "the Guys Upstairs." In the latter half, ecological biologist and advocate for alcohol-based fuel, David Blume, discussed what's behind the record setting price for gasoline in the last couple of weeks. The oil companies are blaming such disparate factors as ethanol and the situation in Iran as the cause of the price spike, he said. ... More »Host: George Noory
Former chief editor at Hampton Roads Books, Frank De Marco discussed tapping into the forces of the "Cosmic Internet," and how the information found there can be used to regain a sense of meaning and focus in life. First hour guest, author Whitley Strieber talked about what's behind the recent extreme weather patterns. ... More »Host: George Noory