Dr. John Gray is a Certified Family Therapist, Consulting Editor of the Family Journal, and a member of the Distinguished Advisory Board of the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. He received his doctorate in Psychology and Human Sexuality from Columbia Pacific University in 1982. He is the author of 15 books, including Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.
An internationally recognized expert in the fields of communication and relationships, John Gray's unique focus is assisting men and women in understanding, respecting and appreciating their differences. John Gray is a popular speaker on the national and international lecture circuit and often appears on television and radio programs to discuss his work. He has made guest appearances on several national shows and has been profiled in several national publications.
In the first half, internationally recognized expert in the fields of communication and relationships, John Gray PhD., discussed innate differences between men and women as related to workplace problems. In the latter half, founder of the Palmistry Institute, Vernon Mahabal, predicted trends for the United States based on the repeated patterns he sees in the thousands of palms he reads, as well as through his understanding of Indian astrological cycles. ... More »Host: George Noory
Expert in the fields of communication and relationships, Dr. John Gray, discussed how men and women react differently to stress, the changing nature of relationships, the crisis facing young boys, and various supplements that can be taken for different conditions. First hour guest, author & clairvoyant Betsey Lewis talked about some of the esoteric symbology related to the number 13, and how various unusual events such as the Fatima apparitions of 1917, and the Phoenix Lights of 1997 fell on the 13th day of the month. ... More »Host: George Noory
Joining John B. Wells, scientist and mathematician John Casti discussed human-caused catastrophic scenarios that could quickly bring about the end to our way of life. In honor of Father's Day, first hour guest Dr. John Gray celebrated dads, the nobility of fatherhood, and the importance of their role in the family. ... More »Host: John B. Wells
In the first half, Dr. John Gray discussed the dangers of treating depression with pharmaceuticals, as well as his work dealing with the future of boys, in a society increasingly hostile to male energy. In the latter half, historian and expert in ancient mysteries, Jonathan Cahn, talked about how omens from the Bible's oracle of Isaiah are reappearing in the U.S. with startling similarities to the events which foretold the destruction and fall of ancient Israel. ... More »Host: George Noory
On Thanksgiving night, George Noory opened the Secret Door to four different surprise guests: Prophecy expert John Hogue shared insights and predictions, Steve Alten discussed end-of-days scenarios. Relationship expert John Gray talked about health and supplements, and in the last hour researcher Lloyd Pye spoke about human origins and the Star Child skull. ... More »Host: George Noory
Expert in the fields of communication and relationships, John Gray discussed how differences between the sexes, and how they relate to one another, are biochemically based and can be explained by our hormones. Last hour guest, Dr. Roger Leir reported on his latest alien implant removal surgery. ... More »Host: George Noory
Relationship expert Dr. John Gray discussed his latest work on how men and women handle stress differently, due to gender-related chemical differences. Most "lifestyle" diseases are the result of how we respond to stress, he noted. Stress can cause elevated levels of cortisol, and lead people to make less healthy dietary choices, he said. Women run out of the neurotransmitter serotonin more quickly than men, which can bring on more stress and sugar cravings, he detailed. Further, because women have eight times more blood flow to the brain, they may become more upset under moderate stress than a man. Men's stress, he continued, can show up as fatigue, feeling "blah" and a sense of boredom or flatness. These are symptoms of low dopamine levels, said Gray. For both men and women, he recommended the supplement PGX, a tri-fiber that absorbs carbohydrates and regulates blood sugar levels-- this helps the brain more readily manufacture needed chemicals, he explained. For men, the pl ... More »Host: George Noory
Authors Whitley Strieber and Craig Spector discussed their new graphic novel The Nye Incidents which concerns mysterious cases of human mutilation, which may be connected to alien abductions.The incidents in the book were inspired by a number of real life events. "Whitley had a story he was too scared to write," Spector said, explaining how he was brought in on the collaborative project. A 2002 case in Pennsylvania that Linda Moulton Howe investigated involved a man whose unusually decomposed body was found in a separate location from his abandoned car, and was associated with a witness seeing a body floated up in a beam of light (Streamlink members can listen to Linda's 2003 report labeled 'Strange Death in Penn' here).Other cases involved homeless men dropped on rooftops in Northern New Jersey, said Strieber. In their book, Spector said he focused on forensic aspects, setting up the question whether a serial killer was imitating aliens or vice versa. UFO researcher Dr. ... More »Host: George Noory
In this rebroadcast from 9/30/04, author John Gray discussed alternatives to medication. ... More »Host: George Noory
Best selling author, John Gray discussed issues and alternatives related to stress, depression and the general overmedicating of America. 1 out of 5 American women are on antidepressants and 1 out of 5 boys take Ritalin for ADHD, he pointed out. Further he noted that ten pharmaceutical companies on the Fortune 500, make more money than the other 490 companies combined. According to his research, women's depression symptoms are related to low serotonin levels, and men's relationship problems are often associated with lowered dopamine levels. Instead of treating these issues with pharmaceuticals, he advocated using food, supplements and exercise to achieve the right chemical balance. For instance, he suggested doing breathing exercises to increase the amount of oxygen in the body as well as drinking oxygenated liquids such as Aquarius Water. Gray also suggested starting one's day (after a brief period of low impact exercise) with a "superfood" protein shake that includes non-hyd ... More »Host: George Noory