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In the first half of the show, political consultant Dick Morris discussed his passion for futurism, and projecting what the world will be like 10-20 years from now, as well as commented on the Clintons, Trump, and the election cycle. Open Lines were featured in the latter half.

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Beverly Jaegers

Special Guest

Biography:

Beverly Jaegers was a humble giant and pioneer in the field of PSI. She never intended to become world famous. Instead, she lived out her intentions to learn and teach, which she did with great enthusiasm, patience, and devotion for nearly forty years.With her fine, balanced, mind she set out in the early 1960's as a debunker, exploring the world of PSI. Even though she started her path as a debunker she became one of the greatest teachers of our time.

Beverly taught that Remote Viewing was a human cognitive skill which can be learned by anyone: not a gift or power. She told all who attended her classes and lectures, heard her on the radio, saw her on television, or read her books that she was not blessed or gifted in anyway. She was an ordinary woman who learned remote viewing through the hard work of experimentation and dedication of daily practice. She was considered the most respected person in remote viewing and was introduced as such before a large audience attending the Remote Viewing Conference 2000 by none other then remote viewer extraordinaire, Lynn Buchanan.

Note: Ms. Jaegers passed away on December 20, 2001 at her home in St. Louis.

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