Jeffrey Grupp is a radical academic and empiricist. He is a former college teacher at Grand Valley, Western Michigan, Purdue (branch campuses) and Indiana U (branch campuses) where he taught philosophy, and more specifically: Eastern philosophy, ethics, metaphysics, and Buddhism.
Appearing during the middle two hours, radical academic Jeffrey Grupp discussed concepts such as telementation, which is "the idea that a deep feeling state inside you can alter reality in ways that you want," similar to the Law of Attraction. First hour guest, writer and documentary film producer G. Edward Griffin talked about the Federal Reserve, banking cartels, and the economy. In the last hour, author and paranormal expert Lionel Fanthorpe shared some weird and spooky stories about Wales. ... More »Host: George Noory
Radical academic and empiricist Jeffrey Grupp shared philosophical and metaphysical concepts, and discussed how hidden knowledge is sometimes suppressed, and used against the general population to control them. The "telescreen"-- the barrage of mass media images and information that floods human consciousness, is a kind of everyday mind control that acts to despiritualize the populace, he explained. First hour guest, researcher William Thomas shared an update on the dangers of cell and wireless phones. He reacted to a new report that cell phone usage causes increased brain activity, saying that the study downplays the hazards. ... More »Host: George Noory