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'Worker in the Light' Special

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Date: Thursday - June 7, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Uri Geller, Christian Wilde, William J. Birnes, Paul H. Smith

Best selling author, William J. Birnes spoke with George about their book Worker in the Light. One of the topics the book delves into is the early paranormal research of George's aunt, Dr. Shafica Karagulla, who befriended the renowned psychic and remote viewer, Ingo Swann (read a chapter Swann wrote about Karagulla for one of his books).

Birnes noted that Worker in the Light teaches people to get in touch with positive thinking/energy, which is a helpful framework before practicing the 'Law of Attraction' popularized by The Secret.

Joining George and Bill were two people featured in their book. Remote viewer Paul Smith spoke about the time Ingo Swann gave him the coordinates to remote view the moon. He saw structured features and conveyances and felt there were was an intelligence on the lunar surface. In the last hour, paranormalist Uri Geller described his childhood encounter with a pulsating sphere of light that shot a laser-like beam into his forehead. It was soon after this incident that he discovered he had unusual talents. He also conducted a live spoon-bending/watch repair experiment.

Stem Cell Rx Update

First hour guest, researcher Christian Wilde shared an update on a treatment involving the use of one's own stem cells to repair damaged heart tissue. He also noted that stem cell treatments have been used to help quadriplegics to walk.

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Bumper music from Thursday June 07, 2007

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