Consultant and author Penny Kelly shared her story of meeting with a group of elves on her Michigan farm. She explained that she struck up a deal with the creatures, who as nature guardians, would help to increase the grape yield at her vineyards in exchange for her telling the world that elves do indeed exist.
Described as being 20-24 inches tall, she said the elves were an "ageless" and "ragbag" bunch (sometimes as many as 12 or 13 would appear) and had "huge pointed ears." Kelly said she had a history of being in contact with beings from other dimensions, such as "The Robes," who she likened to "little monks," that she encountered after her Kundalini awakening in the late 1970's.
"Sit down and create a deliberate picture [of the elves] in your mind," or let one come to you naturally, Kelly said of trying to make initial contact with the elusive creatures. Using visualization techniques, she suggested, was the first step in opening the door for such communications. Eventually, Kelly explained, a dynamic new conversation can unfold, where the elves step out from beyond your imagination to take on a life of their own.
Richard C. Hoagland appeared in the first half-hour of Tuesday's program to discuss China's recent launch into space. He believes that Washington DC is nervous over this demonstration of Chinese power. Referring to their rocket as an "advanced version of the [Russian] Soyuz craft," Hoagland expressed concern that the Chinese could soon be landing on the moon and learning "the truth about what is happening on the moon," which could completely change our planet. On October 25th at the The God, Man, and E.T. Conference at the Univ. of Wis., Hoagland will present a new lecture on Cydonia.
Photos of "garden fairies" taken by two teenage girls in Cottingley, England in 1917 aroused a great deal of curiosity. While the photos were largely discredited, they were championed by such illustrious figures as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in their day. Click here to view images.
Bumper music from Tuesday October 14, 2003