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Remote Viewing Observations

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Date: Sunday - February 16, 2014
Host: George Knapp
Guests: Joe McMoneagle, Bill Sardi

George Knapp welcomed Joseph McMoneagle who is known as the best Operational Remote Viewer in the history of the U.S. Army's Special Project-- Stargate. While in the project, one of his most remarkable RV sessions was when he provided details about a top-secret Soviet manufacturing plant, and accurately predicted that a new class of submarine with twin hulls was under construction there. He also produced crucial location information that assisted in the rescue of General James Dozier after he was kidnapped in Italy in 1981. In terms of helping locate missing people, he said he's done 15 two-hour specials for Japanese TV, demonstrating remote viewing live on camera, and finding at least half of the people he was asked to look for.

McMoneagle also detailed an NDE he had in 1970, in which he viewed himself from out of the body, went through a tunnel of light, and had a life review. Later, he worked with Robert Monroe exploring out-of-body experiences, and RV at the Monroe Institute. During his work with Monroe, McMoneagle remote viewed Mars using double-blind GPS locations, and saw structures with pyramids and right-angle walls-- an area JPL refers to as the "ruined city of Mars." One of the pyramids was so large, you could fit five Giza-size pyramids in it, he recalled. It turned out his target was actually Mars in the year 1 million BC.

Remote viewing life in the year 3000, he saw a greatly reduced population on Earth-- around 1/30 of what we have now. Rather than war or disease, he speculated that humankind may have discovered interstellar travel by this point, and that could explain the smaller population. Housing and buildings will be primarily underground, leaving more rooms for parks and recreation on the surface, he added. The biggest issue we face in the near future has to do with climate change, and its negative effects on food and energy, McMoneagle cautioned.

Health Supplements Update

First hour guest, consumer advocate and natural health expert Bill Sardi commented on studies that found taking vitamin supplements offer no health benefits. Such studies are flawed because most older people aren't able to absorb the vitamins properly due to having the H. pylori bacteria in their system, he remarked, adding that certain types of garlic supplements can eliminate this problem. Sardi also suggested listeners visit his Vitamin Supplement Analyzer site in which they can receive reports on their specific vitamin regimen.

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Knapp's News 2/16/14

Knapp's News 2/16/14

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention, including an article about how nuclear bombs could save Earth from asteroids:

Searching space dust for minute quantities of life’s ingredients
How Nuclear Bombs Could Save Earth from Killer Asteroids|
Welcome to Mars express: only a three hour trip
US plunges in World Press Freedom index after NSA leaks, attacks on whistleblowers
Global cancer rates to skyrocket by 70% over next 20 years as conventional medicine fails
The end is not near

Pictured: The asteroid Lutetia at closest approach July 10, 2010 between Mars and Jupiter, transmitted by the Rosetta spacecraft of the ESA.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Sunday February 16, 2014