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Last Show Recap

In the first half, Richard Syrett was joined by Douglas James Cottrell, a spiritual master who teaches people how to connect with their inner power. He spoke about his methodology, what he calls "quantum meditation," in which he goes into a trance state and is able to give readings for clients.

In the latter half, Rosa Koire, executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute, explained why Agenda 21, a United Nations plan to control all land, water, and resources, is bad news for the world.

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Cheri Seymour

Special Guest


Cheri Seymour has worked as an investigative reporter, newspaper editor, and private detective for two decades while pursuing a career as a non-fiction writer. Her real-life exploration through the criminal labyrinth of the “Octopus” and the theft of the PROMIS software is reflected in various writings for newspapers and magazines, including “The Ghost of Danny Casolaro” in High Times magazine in August 2001. Most of these writings expose organized criminal elements and their symbiotic relationship with members of the U.S. government.



Past Shows:

Conspiracies & UFO Secrets

In the first half, George Knapp welcomed investigative author Cheri Seymour for a discussion about the Octopus, an undercover intelligence operation involved in narcotics trafficking, money laundering, & arms sales. In the latter half, Dan Smith, who has received inside information regarding UFOs and ETs from an intelligence officer, was joined by futurist Gary Bekkum to discuss this... More »

Host: George Knapp