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Public interest attorney Steven M. Druker, as executive director of the Alliance for Bio-Integrity, initiated a lawsuit that forced the FDA to divulge its files on genetically engineered foods. In the first half, he discussed what he considers to be the biggest scientific fraud of our age - how politically appointed administrators have covered up the warnings of their own scientists about the risks of GMO foods.

In the latter half, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, a leading expert in the metaphysical and paranormal fields, talked about nightmares and dreams, and the messages they convey.

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James McCloy

Special Guest

Biography:

James McCloy has a B.A. and M.A. from Rowan University. He is an Adjunct Professor of History at Wilmington College. Along with his associate, Ray Miller Jr., he has appeared on many radio and TV programs to discuss the Jersey Devil and has also given lectures at schools, colleges, libraries, historical societies, etc. In addition, Jim and Ray co-authored two books on the Jersey Devil and they have both written numerous articles in various magazines and journals.

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Past Shows:

Energy Technologies & Jersey Devil

Appearing during the first half of the program, the CEO of New Energy Congress, Sterling D. Allan discussed various breakthrough technologies in clean & free energy systems. In the second half of the show, author James F. McCloy talked about the history of the Jersey Devil, on the 100 year anniversary of sightings of the strange creature in the Delaware Valley. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Inside Wicca

Practicing witch Fiona Horne was the guest for the middle two hours of Monday's show. Dispelling myths about Wicca, Horne said that she used the earth-based practice to help and heal, rather than to harm. She views Wicca as a "spiritual path rather than a religion," which has allowed her to create her own faith, instead of following a set dogma. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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