Roger Tolces is a Los Angeles private investigator who specializes in electronic countermeasures. In the past thirty years he has swept over 2500 locations for bugs and wiretaps. In recent years his business has included helping victims of electronic harassment and mind control. Electronic harassment takes place if someone uses any electronic device to aid them in invading your person or property for the purpose of gathering information illegally, or for the purpose of causing physical harm. Mr. Tolces uses over $100,000 of high-tech equipment to try to identify the sources of electronic harassment.
Researcher of ancient mythology and paranormal phenomena, Tom Horn, was joined by prophecy expert Cris Putnam to discuss their trip to the Vatican observatory, legends from Native Americans of a "time before time," and accounts of portals or gateways... More »
Longtime researcher of parapsychological phenomena, nuclear physicist Dr. Edwin C. May was joined by parapsychologist and co-author Loyd Auerbach to discuss the history of psychic research and espionage, and how its development during the Cold War fueled incredible research into human... More »
In the first half, space historian Robert Zimmerman contended that fraud and dishonesty have permeated the sciences of climate and environmental studies, including scientists at NASA and NOAA manipulating the temperature records.
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Private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures Roger Tolces was joined by Michael F. Bell to discuss the unbelievable story of how Bell was tracked and tortured by a covert organization via implants and microwave harassment.
John B. Wells welcomed Roger Tolces, a private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures, who discussed how surveillance and harassment has shifted from hardware to bio-coded directed energy as well as the various technologies currently being used to manipulate individuals.
Roger Tolces, a private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures, spoke about ways the United States is being brought down by multinational corporations. He also talked about energy medicine treatments.
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Private investigator Roger Tolces spoke about the latest news in surveillance, and privacy expert Katherine Albrecht warned of a technology called "Smart Grid," and the increased use of RFID. First hour guest, consultant More »
Private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures, Roger Tolces discussed how surveillance and harassment has shifted from hardware to bio-coded directed energy. After viewing secret Russian spy documents, he believes the US is now using DNA sequencing to develop new mind control techniques, which can target individuals as well as specific ethnic groups. Tolces said many of... More »
Electronics expert & counter-surveillance specialist, Roger Tolces returned to discuss the increase in wiretapping and his work in assisting victims of electronic harassment. He commented that in the era of the Patriot Act and increased government surveillance, now more than ever, our society has begun to resemble George Orwell's 1984.
Making his debut on the show, crop circle researcher Freddy Silva presented evidence and analysis that interwove science with metaphysics. There have been over 10,000 reports of unusual crop formations in recent years, spanning 29 countries, but interestingly, 80% of the incidents have taken place in England, he said.
Private investigator Roger Tolces, who specializes in electronic countermeasures, presented updates on electronic harassment, surveillance and mind control. He outlined how new technology, involving an interface brain chip, is being tested on quadriplegics that allows them to successfully control movements with their thoughts. Yet Tolces pointed out that this research is being funded by the... More »
Roger Tolces, a private investigator, who specializes in surveillance countermeasures, was the guest on Thursday's show. He outlined a variety of ways in which US citizens' privacy rights have been eroded since the passing of the Patriot Act. "They can throw a switch and listen to all your phone calls," or gain access to your... More »