In the first half, "V, the Guerrilla Economist," who has contributed to private think tanks that help create investment policy, covered the looming economic collapse in what is now the summer of chaos in the financial markets.
In the latter half, researcher of ancient mythology and paranormal phenomena, Tom Horn was joined by researcher and prophecy expert Cris Putnam, for updates on the Vatican & ETs, prophecy, and end times.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, bad luck can be reversed by engaging in a ritual such as touching a piece of wood. Researchers from University of Chicago found that actions which exert force away from the body are effective in ridding oneself of a jinx. "Our findings suggest that not all actions to undo a jinx are equally effective," said study author Jane Risen. More at The Telegraph.