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Ancient Knowledge & Bizarre Viet Nam

In the first half, registered pharmacist, and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs offered suggestions on supplements, and making healthy changes to one's diet. In the latter half, author and paranormal aficionado Jim Harold shared his latest stories from the world of the strange and unexplained.

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Ancient Knowledge & Bizarre Viet Nam

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Date: Sunday - August 19, 2007
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Maurice Cotterell, Open Lines

During the second hour, engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell shared his theory based on ancient holy books about the purpose of the universe, which he said is here to facilitate God's growth.

Speaking in a 'lecture' format, in the latter segment, Cotterell outlined how humans must raise their "voltage" level, so that when they die they can increase God's energy. Ancient Peruvians, Chinese, and Egyptians were aware of such knowledge, he noted. The Mayans believed that enemies were valuable because they encouraged people to "wring out their hearts" and purge them of impurities, he added.

In the second half of the show, Ian went to Open Lines. JC got things cooking, asking Ian to renounce George Noory and Art Bell as devils. On a special hotline for bizarre experiences in the Viet Nam War, Richard in Florida told of an encounter with transparent entities at the site of a cemetery where French troops had been massacred. The incident received a military classification as "unknown contact -- did not return fire."

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