Author Craig Hogan shared his research into contact with the dead, and the powers of the mind. The human mind exists independently of the brain, he argued, citing remote viewing ability as an example of how the mind can see at a great distance. During the dream state, it's the mind that's active, not the brain, he added.
The afterlife is made up of millions of spheres and planes, with realms similar to Earth-- someone entering the afterlife would typically assume the body of when they were between 20 to 30, he said. Eventually, people evolve onto higher planes and become celestial beings, Hogan noted.Some spirits though, remain earthbound and can seek to negatively influence the living's behavior so they can live vicariously through them, he explained.
A number of methods have yielded communications with the deceased, including EVP and induced after-death communication (IADC), he reported. IADC involves an eye movement induction technique discovered by Dr. Allan Botkin. Hogan also suggested there is no hellâ" that, and the devil are a myth created by the church, he said.
First half-hour guest Loren Coleman commented on the just posted a photo of the Georgia 'Bigfoot Body'-- a deceased gorilla-like creature that was apparently being stored in a freezer. A press conference is scheduled for Friday to reveal further details.
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