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Steve Quayle / Bruce Moen

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Date: Tuesday - June 4, 2002
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Steve Quayle, Bruce Moen

Steve be talking about the nuclear capabilities of India and Pakistan and what could happen if they have a nuclear confrontation. On his website he has a map that will show Americans what would happen if a Nuke went off where they live.

If we could peel back layers of "reality" like the skins of an onion, whatwould lie beneath? Bruce Moen, veteran explorer of the vast, unchartedspaces beyond physical existence - beyond reality - goes further and deeperthan ever before in his quest for knowledge. Moen takes us on his odysseyacross the strange and wondrous landscape of the afterlife realms where hemeets those who have gone before, asking them some of our greatestquestions: What is consciousness? Where do we, and our perceptions, fit intowhat's ultimately real?

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