Jeff Grupp is a pastor at a jail in Michigan, a former atheist, a former Buddhist, and a former college lecturer in philosophy at Grand Valley, Western Michigan, Purdue (branch campuses) and Indiana U (branch campuses) where he taught philosophy, and more specifically: Eastern philosophy, ethics, metaphysics, and Buddhism.
Author Dannion Brinkley discussed the issues veterans face, and their end-of-life care. Followed by chaplain Jeff Grupp on his journey out of atheism, and his understanding of the Simulaton Theory.More »
Richard Syrett was joined by two experts on the New World Order, Jim Marrs and Jeffrey Grupp. the first half, Marrs discussed signs of the NWO in America, such as the Denver International Airport and the Georgia Guidestones. During the second half, Grupp argued that the United...More »
In the first half, author, lecturer, and vampire Michelle Belanger discussed her work challenging the erroneous conclusions of law enforcement that various homicides have been the acts of witchcraft, such as a recent gruesome case in Florida. In the latter half, radical...More »
Appearing during the middle two hours, radical academic Jeffrey Grupp discussed concepts such as telementation, which is "the idea that a deep feeling state inside you can alter reality in ways that you want," similar to the Law of Attraction. First hour guest, writer and...More »
Radical academic and empiricist Jeffrey Grupp shared philosophical and metaphysical concepts, and discussed how hidden knowledge is sometimes suppressed, and used against the general population to control them. The "telescreen"-- the barrage of mass media images and information...More »
Writer Mark Leslie discussed his love for the more bizarre book genres and shared true tales of spooky events, including updates from his work on haunted hospitals, schools, and post offices. Followed by Open Lines.