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Night of Nightmares

In the first half, Joseph Sansone, a consulting hypnotist, talked about the history of hypnosis, including its use in ancient cultures, as well its contemporary applications.

Nassim Haramein has spent most of his life researching the geometry of hyperspace, theoretical physics, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, and chemistry, as well as anthropology and ancient civilizations. In the latter half, he discussed connections between science, physics, and spirituality, and our place in an evolving universe.

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Night of Nightmares

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Date: Friday - August 1, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Larry Park

George opened a special topic line on Friday night for people to share their nightmares. Nate from Colorado described a waking nightmare when he was visited by an 8 ft. tall shadow being/ET that appeared in front of his bedroom window. So shaken was he by the event, that he said he hadn't slept a wink in the last 72 hours. A fellow named Brian said his nightmares were like "Poltergeist on steroids," while a female caller described an unpleasant recurring dream where she was chased by her stepfather who appeared as a half-goat/half-human.

Other calls included Mark from Indiana who told a circuitous tale involving time traveling from 1978 to 2018, powder blue uniforms, probes pulling in golden energy and donuts. And then there was Brad who said when he looks into a mirror he sees an old man's face and it's not his!

Volcanic Dangers

Technology consultant Larry Park discussed volcanic dangers he believes are present in America and particularly in the Northwest, during the first hour on Friday. Through testing with his unique technology, Park has concluded that monstrous pressures are building up underground and could cause volcanoes, such as the one at Yellowstone Lake to blow.

Should such an event occur at this location, magma would shoot up thirty miles into the air, and he said, it would be one of the "loudest explosions mankind would ever hear," a sound literally heard around the world. Not only would large amounts of ash be sent up into the stratosphere, but a 75 mile area surrounding the volcano would be devastated, Park warned.

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Bumper music from Friday August 01, 2003

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