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Dave Schrader (email) welcomed John Herlosky, former police officer and instructor, and expert in the field of human performance technologies, who as a skeptic, was perhaps one of the last people to become a believer in the power of "consciousness related phenomena." Herlosky discussed how he became an operational remote viewer, along with the turmoil he felt as his long-held beliefs clashed with the powerful implications of his experiences. First hour guest, Christy Beam, shared the tale of her daughter's miraculous healing.

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Artwork: 'David vs. Goliath'

There is no escaping the double-edged sword we know as technology. Despite the progress of fantastic life-altering innovation, technology has and likely will always be used for good and bad intentions, despite the original purpose. The Prospective Americana series by artist Kevin Hill (kevinhillarts@yahoo.com) paints the picture and poses the rapidly expanding scenarios we as individuals, families, society, and our nation may face someday or are already experiencing. Who really decides what is good for you and what is not? Do we really have free will? How can we best protect our family from all the "baddies" out there? It is important to know we each have the power to shape the world around us. How will you use technology and your talents to make the world a better place?
Sound off at the artist's official Facebook page.

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