Marc Seifer is an internationally recognized expert on Nikola Tesla. He is the author of Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla and Transcending the Speed of Light. Marc is currently a lecturer in psychology at Roger Williams University and he has been featured in the Washington Post, Scientific American and the New York Times. He also studied graphology and has appeared on The History Channel for his work doing handwriting analysis on the Howard Hughes Mormon will and on the AP International for his analysis of Osama bin Laden's signature.
Parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach discussed the ins and outs of working with psychics and mediums in ghost investigations, as well as how the media has spawned a paranormal community that is unfortunately quite separate from the scientific parapsychological community. First hour guest, author Marc Seifer talked about higher states of consciousness, and intriguing aspects of psychology. ... More »Host: George Noory
Geologist and researcher Scott Wolter discussed the discovery and significance of the Kensington Rune Stone. Found by a Minnesota farmer over a hundred years ago, the 202 lb. rock contained Runic (letters in the old Norse alphabet) inscriptions. Initially dismissed as a hoax, the authenticity of the stone has been debated over the years. First hour guest, author Marc Seifer offered commentary on the themes of synchronicity, determinism and randomness, which are an important aspect of the new film Knowing. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Alternative energy advocate David Blume shared updates on alcohol fuel and related topics during the second half of the show. First hour guest, author Marc Seifer, spoke about the life and work of Nikola Tesla, and astronomer Phil Plait commented on the near miss asteroid in the second hour. ... More »Host: George Noory
Psychology professor and Tesla expert Marc Seifer spoke about the fascinating relationship between telepathy, precognition and synchronicity, as well as the life and work of Nikola Tesla, and his differences with Einstein. Seifer described several instances of his own "dream telepathy."For instance, one morning he dreamed that someone broke his bicycle in two, and later that night while watching Antiques Roadshow he saw an old bicycle that folded in half. Precognitive dreams can be correlated with "survival frequency," where the subject matter is tied into an event that is dangerous or significant, and likely to be emotionally charged.Writing down your dreams is one of the best ways to tap into or expand your consciousness, he noted. He also cited some curious precognitive synchronicities such as a novel about a luxury ship named Titan that sank after hitting an iceberg, which was written 14 years before the Titanic disaster, and the links between the deaths of Lincoln a ... More »Host: George Noory