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Lucifer & Remote Viewing

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Date: Wednesday - October 29, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Aaron C. Donahue

"We're a dying race of beings; unless we contact our maker we're going to be written off," said Wednesday's guest, remote viewer Aaron C. Donahue. That maker, according to Donahue is Lucifer (a being different from Satan), whom he described as an ET with pale humanoid features and a "red/orange glow." Inhabiting another dimension, "this ET will return to Earth in its craft," within the next seven years said Donahue, in an event that will be televised and seen by millions.

A former student of remote viewing teacher Ed Dames, Donahue said the two parted ways in Japan due to their religious differences. Currently Donahue said he makes his entire income picking winning lottery numbers which he derives from psychic methods, such as "PAN," the practical application of "non-historical data" such as symbols, letters and numbers.

A representative of a secretive occult sect he referred to with the fictitious name of "Third Order," Donahue said he "deprogrammed" both of his parents out of Christianity, and into Luciferian beliefs. "Trash your angels," he advised, for the "human race [has been] tricked by angelic encounters," which have led to our current state of ecosystem collapse.

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