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Binary Soul Doctrine

Date: 03-12-05
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Peter Novak, Willie Nelson

Former psychological counselor and author Peter Novak talked about evidence for an afterlife and the Binary Soul Doctrine.

According to Novak, this ancient belief held that each person possessed two souls, which would separate at death and go on to different afterlife experiences. Novak believes the Binary Soul Doctrine helps account for reincarnation, and a host of other puzzling afterlife phenomena.

Novak also explained how the interior passages of the Great Pyramid illustrate the Binary Soul Doctrine, as well as discussed 'original' Christianity, which Novak thinks involved a belief in reincarnation.

Biodiesel Fuel

In the first half hour, country music legend Willie Nelson discussed a clean burning alternative fuel called biodiesel. He said his tour bus runs on biodiesel made from soybeans, and claims to get better gas mileage with "no down side." Read more about biodiesel here.

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"Just so there is no confusion about my position, let me please state for the record, I DO NOT believe that President Bush ordered or authorized the 9-11 attack as was posted on the Rense site 9-17-04 (Thomas Buyea). This was only one of many such articles found on that site. Yes, we do have a free press and it is constitutional to write such trash. It is also my right to say that I think those who are making such charges are repulsive, and publishing such articles is yellow journalism." Read the rest of the letter here.

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