Dr. Betty Martini is the founder of the global volunteer force, Mission Possible International, which educates the public on aspartame and warns of the dangers. She has been doing this for 14 years with operations in most states and over 30 countries of the world. She works with the world experts who write the reports you will find on their web pages. She spent 22 years in the medical field before this, and created the first health delivery system in the US.
A civilian intelligence analyst and psychotherapist in New York City, Robert Morningstar, has studied the paranormal and UFOs for over 40 years. He discussed such topics as the JFK assassination, Stanley Kubrick's films, UFOs, and anomalies on the moon.
Multi-disciplinary scientist Howard Bloom talked about his latest work proposing a next-generation of capitalism for western civilization, and how passion, persistence and desire are key factors in transforming society.
Scientist and filmmaker David Sereda discussed his latest research on differentials, Zero Point Energy, and the hidden harmonic codes of the universe. "What I've discovered the way the universe is really working is…there are actual precise harmonic codes which are multiple frequencies working in tandem together,... More »
In a special on the dangers of the artificial sweetener aspartame, Dr. Betty Martini was joined by a panel of experts throughout the evening. Aspartame, which she described as addictive, can cause a number of problems that people might not realize stem from its consumption, including headaches, dizziness, mood change, and joint pain. Its effects can be slow and subtle, but quite serious--... More »
A set of surprise guests joined us for one segment each in this special 4-hour program. In order of appearance: Dr. Betty Martini spoke about Hawaii's attempt to ban Aspartame. The sweetener is addictive, leaches serotonin from the brain, and is associated with mental illness such as bi-polar disorder, she reported. Investment advisorMish Shedlock warned of a full-blown recession and job... More »
Historian Glenn Kimball provided updates of his research into ancient manuscripts as well as artifacts found in burial mounds in Southern Illinois (known as "Little Egypt") that may show North America was visited by overseas travelers thousands of years before Columbus set sail.According to Kimball, the Mississippi Valley is home to over 10,000 burial mounds, which contrary to... More »