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Last Show Recap

In the first half, author and publisher Marshall Masters provided updates on Nibiru (Planet X), and touched on such topics as chemtrails, and survival communities.

In the latter half, professional game tester and proprietary software trainer Mark K. Sargent discussed his breakthrough work on the Enclosed Earth Theory.

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J. Patrick Rick

Special Guest

Biography:

J. Patrick Rick joined the Alexian Brothers, a Catholic order of men that operate health facilities, after graduating high school in 1966. However, before he had to make a life-long commitment to the brotherhood and their monastic religious community, Rick left and pursued a family and several varied careers. Over three decades after leaving, he returned to Wisconsin to find his monastery in ruins. Rick decided to make a film, which has now turned into the book, The Abbey & Me.

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Past Shows:

Abbey Stories/ Grief & the Afterlife

In the first half, a former brother in the Alexian Novitiate Monastery in Wisconsin, Patrick Rick, discussed a possession case and exorcism which took place at the original Alexian Brothers Hospital in St. Louis in 1949. In the latter half, grief expert David Kessler spoke about his new book co-written with Louise Hay, as well as his interviews with eyewitnesses about deathbed experiences ... More »

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