Richard D. Lewis

Richard D. Lewis


Richard D. Lewis is an author, journalist, and veteran of the U.S. Air Force. A graduate of the Defense Information School’s writing, broadcast, and public affairs programs, Richard joined the Air Force in 1987 and spent 10 years as a broadcast journalist stationed in Turkey, Utah, and Colorado. After his time serving in the Air Force, Richard worked in TV production. Creator of the award-winning Pentagon Channel TV newsmagazine Air Force Space Today, he has won multiple Telly and Thomas Jefferson Awards.

Upon completion of Doreen Virtue’s Angel Therapy Practitioner Course in 2003, Richard became a certified spiritual counselor by the California Board of Hypnotherapy. He is also a communicant member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in good standing. He is an active member of Ascension Lutheran Church in Torrance, California, where he participates in a special choir and assists in worship services. He has also enjoyed fellowship with Southern Baptists, Independent Baptists, and Church of Christ congregations, where he has delivered sermons, conducted song services, and led small group Bible studies.



Past Shows:

  • Paranormal & the Bible / Flower Essences

    Author Richard D. Lewis discussed his exploration of paranormal phenomena through the lens of the Bible. Followed by energy practitioner Anuradha Dayal-Gulati on flower essences and family constellation therapy.More »
  • Paranormal Christmas Eve

    Author Richard D. Lewis discussed the true meaning of Christmas, connecting the dots between the paranormal, the Bible, and the birth of Jesus. He also answered questions about this mysterious and magical night.More »

Last Night

Wikipedia Cabal / Afterlife Guardians
Wikipedia Cabal / Afterlife Guardians
Rob Heatherly and Ali Duncan discussed a cabal within Wikipedia that controls and debunks the pages of various UFO researchers. Followed by Stafford Betty whose new novel explores the astral world's guardians and how they handle various challenges.


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