|Host:||John B. Wells|
|Guests:||Richard Alan Miller|
A pioneer in the annals of metaphysical and paranormal exploration, Richard Alan Miller joined John B. Wells to explore topics related to his work in alternative agriculture, new age physics and metaphysics. He spoke at some length on the Fukushima disaster, calling it the worst man-made event in recorded history. According to Miller, the black cloud from reactor 3 "was actually a nuclear explosion, a total meltdown that released some serious radiation" and not the partial meltdown that has been reported. He blamed the massive extent of the Fukushima catastrophe on Japan's growing plutonium stockpile, which he believes may be used for a secret weapons program.
Miller said exposure to radioactive isotopes has increased by ten times because of Fukushima but the radiation detected along the West Coast of the United States likely originates from the Hanford Site, where nuclear waste has been leaking into the Columbia River and flowing into the ocean. All of the reactors in the country are old and leaky, he warned, recommending they be shutdown. Miller proposed that the East Coast could be powered entirely by the movement of tides in Nova Scotia which change by as much as 60 feet each day. He recommended using hemp and mushrooms for bioremediation as they are able to pull radioactive contamination from soil. "By the year 2050 there will be no life as we know it in the biosphere, if we continue on the path we're doing right now," he cautioned, noting the solution can be found using a holographic model of the universe.
Miller detailed his work developing protocols for Navy SEALs that would give them paranormal abilities in battle. Such skills included gut thinking as well as the capacity to experience time at a different rate than the enemy. Decisions made with the gut are outside of space-time and are always correct, he explained. Miller also discussed the importance of beginning a spiritual journey with the physical plane. "If you want to be spiritual and paranormal, you have to have something to launch from," he said, noting that the physical body is a reflection of the other planes. Next, he suggested beginning an internal dialogue, keeping a diary and looking to dreams to access the higher self. The most important thing one can do is discover his or her true will, Miller revealed, adding that it is this purpose or intentionality that will ultimately save the world.