In the first half, editor of Investigate Magazine in New Zealand, Ian Wishart, discussed how people all over the world are waking up to the scary potential of abuse from centralized global control. He argued that hard-won freedoms are being chiseled away every day as a global bureaucracy emerges. Humankind has always had a lust for power and control, but in recent years, increases in technology and communications have enabled efforts toward globalization, even as the growth of the Internet has brought dissension to their plans, he commented. Globalism is pitched to the public as a fix for insecurity-- people want the government to take care of them, but "hidden behind this mask of friendliness, peace, and love, is a very dark agenda," he remarked.
They eventually want to impose a kind of totalitarianism, with a new world religion, and international treaties that will be enforced via the United Nations, such has been proposed around climate control, he cautioned. Current education curricula are conditioning students into their way of thinking, he added. Wishart, an evangelical Christian, suggested that the Vatican may have a done a deal with the Devil, and cited the presence of a Luciferian "altar" at the United Nations building in New York.
In the latter half, author and speaker, Sandra Champlain, talked about her passionate search for answers to some of life’s most perplexing questions and how this journey took her from skeptic to believer in the reality of surviving physical death. A persistent fear about death, and the suffering of grief over the passing of loved ones served as a catalyst for her 15-year exploration to find evidence for the afterlife and spiritual/psychic qualities. She's concluded that our earthly existence is about experiencing emotions and challenges so that our soul will grow.
She characterized heaven as an invisible dimension that co-exists with ours, like the vibrating energy in atoms, and spoke about the evidence for near-death experiences, including the work of Dr. Kenneth Ring who studied the NDEs of blind people. "When they flatlined on an operating table, they rose above their bed and could see for the very first time, accurate details of what was going on," she detailed. Champlain also shared her personal experiences with mediumship, electronic voice phenomena, and remote viewing. For more, check out this video preview for the documentary "We Don't Die."
Bumper music from Wednesday December 11, 2013