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The Nature of Healing

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The Nature of Healing

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Date: Tuesday - July 18, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Douglas Hagmann, Adam Dreamhealer

Adam the DreamHealer discussed the nature of his healing work and specific cases. He also reacted to the recent ABC Primetime show, which he felt ended up portraying him with a negative bias. Of the people that have attended his workshops, 70% report an improvement in health, said Adam, who added that these events are also geared for helping people learn to develop their own healing abilities, such as through visualizations.

When he does his healing work, Adam said he may be tapping into "collective energy," possibly what Edgar Mitchell has referred to as the "quantum hologram theory," which posits that a healer can influence the informational pattern emitted by a person. He worked on Mitchell who had a kidney carcinoma and over time the tumor disappeared entirely. During these sessions Adam said he can sense the direction of where a body is heading, but that cancer which takes a long time to grow, can take a long time to reverse itself.

Other noteworthy cases he worked on include Symone Oates, who had severe brain damage, but is now functioning fine, and the musician Ronnie Hawkins, whose stomach tumor vanished after he conducted a number of remote sessions. Adam also mentioned that his work has been tested scientifically. For example, a subject showed brain wave changes, as he applied his treatment.

The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.

Intelligence Update

First half-hour guest Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network reported on the possibility of Hezbollah sleeper cells in the U.S. and said that the threat is extremely real.

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Bumper music from Tuesday July 18, 2006

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