Hypnotherapist and UFO researcher Craig R. Lang discussed his work with abductees and the various experiences they report with the 'visitors.' The typical abduction lasts around two hours, and the people he's worked with have described a range of beings, some that don't fit the "standard model" (the Communion-type alien). For example, one client told of a "monster from Andromeda" that came out of the mirror.
Reports of the aliens' craft sometimes present a "size paradox," in that they seem small on the outside, but much larger when the abductee is inside the ship. The abductions themselves have a certain "parapsychological" element to them that suggests a superimposition of realities, he said.
Lang has put forward the Indigo Hypothesis, writing that today's bright, empathetic young children might be associated with the alien hybridization program; these so-called Indigo Children could be "back-inserted" into the human gene pool. The longer range agenda of the aliens may be to evolve the human race so they can join the "cosmic community," he shared.
First hour guest, Bill Spillane spoke about the FairTax Plan, which would greatly simplify America's taxation system. Instead of paying federal taxes on wages, and filing with the IRS, citizens would pay an increased sales tax on all purchases. The plan is receiving interest in Congress, Spillane reported.
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