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Health & Diet/ Hurricane Katrina

Date Tuesday - August 30, 2005
Host George Noory
Guests Dr. Gabriel CousensScott StevensRichard C. Hoagland

In the middle two hours of the show, founder of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center, Gabriel Cousens M.D. shared his research and methodology. By consuming live (uncooked) foods a person can raise their biophoton levels and thus be more connected to the "living field" and have greater energy, he said.

Cousens also noted that eating less has been scientifically shown to increase longevity. Further, he has found that supervised "green juice" fasting for a period of seven days can be helpful in turning around such conditions as diabetes and high blood pressure. Fasting for this length of time resets certain biological parameters and can activate a person's anti-aging genes, he explained.

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First hour guest, meteorologist Scott Stevens offered analysis of Hurricane Katrina. He believes there is evidence that suggests weather manipulation technology (that the Russians have) was used in the creation and path of the storm which was deliberately focused on destroying the refineries and oil facilities in the Louisiana area.

In the last hour, Richard C. Hoagland (who was giving intermittent updates on the Katrina aftermath during the show) joined George to take calls from listeners on the topic of the Hurricane. Echoing some of Scott Stevens remarks, he commented that hurricanes could be thought of as the "perfect weapon," wreaking devastation over thousands of miles and leaving no fingerprints or fallout.

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