Appearing during the second hour, demonologist Chris Doyle discussed different types of negative entities that he's encountered, such as vampires and demons. He said he's able to observe discarnate entities that sometimes feed on the energy of the living. "Sensitive" people like 'Emily Rose', or people with damaged auras, can be susceptible to demonic attacks, he stated.
There are different hierarchies of demons, some are just deceased people who refuse to cross over. These entities might attach themselves to the living in order to live through them, and even possess them, Doyle explained.
The last half of the program was devoted to Open Lines with a focus on demonic experiences. One of the callers, Mike, like Chris Doyle, said he had the "gift" of being able to see otherworldly demons on a daily basis. They are "massive crude" entities-- one threw him 15ft. across a yard and left hand marks on him, he said. Another caller revealed that a demon compelled him to shoot himself in the head with a gun.
First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission shared his analysis of the strange hexagon (photos & video) observed on Saturn by the Cassini probe. The hexagon is made of ammonia clouds (stretching 25,000 kilometers across) that race around as though they were on a huge hexagonal racetrack, he detailed. The structure is an example of "hyperdimensional physics," and there is a similar formation around the North Pole of Jupiter, he added.
Bumper music from Thursday March 29, 2007