Rob and Trish MacGregor have been professional writers for 25 years. They have mined numerous synchronicities and have fruitfully used the knowledge derived from them. A synchronistic meeting on a flight in the 1980s, for example, resulted in their leading adventure tours to South America for Avianca Airlines. One synchronicity after another led to their many non-fiction books on dreams, psychic development, astrology, yoga, the tarot, divination, and animal symbolism. In 2003, they took over the writing of the popular Sydney Omarr astrology series.
They are also novelists. Rob wrote Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and six other original Indiana Jones novels, which have sold millions of copies. He won the coveted Edgar Award for Prophecy Rock, a YA mystery, and its sequel, Hawk Moon, was an Edgar finalist.
In the first half, researcher and lecturer in the field of integrative oncology, and the founder of the Radical Remission Project, Dr. Kelly Turner discussed her study of cancer patients who experienced remission often in the absence of Western medicine. In the latter half, expert in mysteries of the unknown, Rob MacGregor, and pilot and Bermuda Triangle researcher Bruce Gernon talked about how events in the Bermuda Triangle resemble circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Flight 370, and possible connections with electronic fog. ... More »Host: George Noory
Experts in mysteries of the unknown, including UFOs and synchronicities, Trish and Rob MacGregor, discussed their work researching alien encounters and abductions, which ties into the Bermuda Triangle mystery, as well as planetary empaths who suffer physical symptoms related to pending Earth changes. In the first hour, remote viewing instructor Paul H. Smith presented a tribute to the recently deceased, Ingo Swann, legendary psychic, remote viewer, and artist. Tom McNear, the first military remote viewer trained by Swann, also joined the conversation. ... More »Host: George Noory