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Date: Monday - October 16, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Pete Siegel, Richard C. Hoagland

Peak performance hypnotherapist Pete Siegel discussed how luck is a function of the mind and what you can do to change your fortune.Luck is an extension of the mind, and is a response to the kind of thoughts you are thinking and the energy you are sending out, he explained. Your unconscious state of mind is also an important factor, he noted.

To change your destiny, Siegel suggested imagining how you'd like things to be and what you want to attract in your life, and then "embrace and emotionalize" the belief so that it becomes real. People can sometimes sabotage their luck with negative presumptions about themselves-- they need to take the time to "think about how they think," he said.

Always communicate to yourself in positive, life-expanding ways in order to have the optimal mindset, he advised. Confidence is built on committing to actions that will produce the outcomes you desire, he added.

Data's Head

First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission appeared live-in-studio to reveal a startling Moon 'artifact' photo. Calling the artifact, found in Shorty crater, 'Data's Head,' (a color enhanced image is pictured left) he said it was taken on the Apollo 17 mission in December 1972. He believes what we are looking at is a robot head, similar in appearance to C3PO from the Star Wars film.

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Bumper music from Monday October 16, 2006

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