By Tim Binnall
Biblical prophecy, the potential dangers of 5G, and Carl Jung's thoughts on UFOs were among the fascinating topics discussed this past week on Coast to Coast AM. And, here at the C2C website, we told you about a man in England who unknowingly had his dentures lodged in his throat for over a week, a pair of ghost hunters that got into trouble with the law, and a prankster in Virginia who pulled off an elaborate stunt involving old television sets. Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.
The mysterious-sounding cellular network technology known as '5G' is slowly being rolled out around the world as you read this, but its impact on the human body is far from certain. On Wednesday night's program, nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman discussed health ailments, such as fatigue, memory loss, and anxiety, which appear to be connected to the veritable soup of electromagnetic waves that currently envelop us today. She went on to caution that 5G could magnify the toxicity of these living conditions to a worrisome level and that initial tests of its effect on people were particularly worrisome.
This past week featured a pair of instances where the paranormal and police crossed paths in appropriately weird ways. First, some self-described ghost hunters in England were busted for breaking into the home of a man who had recently died because they heard rumors that the building was haunted and had to see it for themselves. Alas, the judge deemed their excuse for the misadventure to be "utterly ludicrous." Then, over in Thailand, a UFO group that believes they are in contact with ETs from Pluto had their meditation center raided by authorities looking to see if the expansive site had spilled over into a protected wildlife area.
Could we be on the cusp of the End of Days as foretold in the Bible? Pastor Paul Begley explored this chilling possibility on Monday night's program, noting eerie modern events which seem to conform to End Times prophecies from long ago as well as how the infamous Planet X might play a role in our planet's future. He also detailed how, if the Antichrist comes to power, artificial intelligence could play a key role in this frightening individual capturing the imagination and adulation of the world by way of 'supernatural' abilities produced via the technology.
With the start of the school year right around the corner, a pair of stories from two different American communities suggests that pranksters are out in full force during these waning days of summer. In Virginia, a committed prankster made worldwide headlines when they were filmed leaving old TV sets on the porches of dozens of homes in one particular neighborhood while also wearing a TV on their head! Meanwhile, in Missouri, a city has been gripped by a truly bizarre mystery in which some seemingly lighthearted individual has been leaving creepy dolls in prominent spots all over town.
One of the most fascinating examinations on the UFO phenomenon in the history of the controversial subject is that of psychiatrist Carl Jung, who wrote about the enigma from a psychic perspective back in 1958. Jungian analyst Dr. Kenneth James revisited that landmark work on Sunday night's program, noting that the famed Swiss psychoanalyst did not aim to discredit witnesses' accounts of UFO encounters. Instead, he approached them as an indication that there was some connection between what they were seeing and the "inner world" of their mind.
In a story that would have been hard to believe had it not come from genuine doctors in England, a stunning medical miscue was revealed this week via a report which detailed how an elderly patient swallowed his dentures during surgery and wound up having them unknowingly lodged in his throat for eight days. The jaw-dropping saga saw the unfortunate patient complaining about terrible neck pain following a routine surgery. After initial treatments proved to be futile, doctors finally figured out what the problem was when they peered down his throat with a camera and spotted his dentures that had been lost days earlier.
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