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In the first half, founder of the Public Banking Institute, Ellen Brown discussed her interest in alternative cancer treatments, the drought in California, and how a private cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves.

In the latter half, occult historian and newspaper and magazine reporter/editor Paul Eno addressed how the United States has deep occult roots, shared his theories of what is behind many strange encounters, and talked about his research into the infamous Bell Witch case.

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Jenna Miscavige Hill

Special Guest

Biography:

Jenna Miscavige Hill is the niece of David Miscavige, current leader of Scientology. She grew up as a member of the Sea Organization, and was disconnected from her parents at a young age. She left in 2005, and is is now happily married, living a fulfilling life outside the church.

Jenna first spoke out in response to Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw's denial that disconnection exists within Scientology. Jenna wrote a moving public letter refuting these claims. Since then, Jenna has been an active opponent of Scientology abuses, and hopes that her work can help educate others about the dangers of Scientology and the Sea Org. Jenna was recently featured on Inside Edition, and other scheduled media appearances are currently in the works.

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Inside Scientology

Former Scientologist Jenna Miscavige Hill shared her true story of life inside the upper ranks of the sect and her ultimate escape from it. In the first hour, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen commented on the mysterious death of Philip Marshall. ... More »

Host: John B. Wells
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