Neuroscientist and pediatrician Dr. Melvin Morse shared his research into Near-Death experiences (NDEs) and remote viewing. These phenomena, along with spiritual & paranormal experiences, stem from a type of "non-local reality" that exists beyond time and space, he's concluded. In one of Dr. Morse's cases, he resuscitated a girl who'd been underwater for 18 minutes. She was able to remember things even though her brain was completely non-functioning. 'I was floating over you and saw you on the phone talking to another doctor, saying what do we do now?' the girl told him after she was revived, and he confirmed that is actually what he'd said to the other doctor.
Near-Death experiencers describe going into a "loving light" and learning lessons about their lives that tend to have a lasting impact upon their return. Morse described a kind of "post-traumatic bliss syndrome" for some patients who are able to relive the concept of being in the light. "I see pieces of the light" in everything I see and do, so I don't mind waiting in line at the supermarket, one woman explained to him. NDE research shows that spiritual experiences are part of our reality-- not something that's on the Other Side, and as much as 25% of the brain is dedicated to these experiences, he stated.
He detailed how Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) works. A subject is given a target number, then lets information stream into their mind. The process involves separating out mental noise, and reconstructing an image from the sensory input that comes from the non-local reality. Morse will be speaking about CRV at the IRVA Conf. taking place June 19-21 in Las Vegas.
First hour guests, research scientist John Lott and Montana state representative Joel Boniek talked about the Firearms Freedom Act, which was signed into law in April, and exempts Montana-made guns from federal legislation. Boniek characterized the law as part of the 'sovereignty' movement of states that are trying to reign in the reach of the federal government.
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