Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. Following high school he enrolled at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, but academic life could not hold his interest and he dropped out of college after two years to follow an interest in radio broadcasting. He then became a radio station program director, a newspaper reporter and, ultimately, managing editor, and public information officer for one of the nation's largest public school systems.
After moving to the West Coast, he became creator and owner of his own public relations and marketing firm. He then moved to Oregon and became a syndicated radio talk show host. Neale is the author of the renowned With God series and with the help of his wife, Nancy Fleming-Walsch, created the Conversations with God Foundation.
In the first half, George Noory welcomed author, family physician, and speaker, Dr. Rick Sheff, who discussed his spiritual journey and quest. As an atheist and scientist, he had a series of spiritual experiences that didn't fit into his web of belief, and these experiences eventually shattered his previous way of looking at the world.... More »
In the first half, renegade historian Douglas Dietrich revealed information about WWII not told to the American public. He asserted that the FDR administration provoked Japan into the attack on Pearl Harbor in order to get the US into war.
Prolific author Brad Steiger returned for a discussion on the most bizarre phenomenon in all of psychical research-- the poltergeist. Ghosts haunt houses, but poltergeists haunt people, he explained, noting that cases typically center around kids going through puberty, especially females.
Author Neale Donald Walsch returned to the show to share his bold approach to the subject of religion. His popular book series, he explained, was fueled by his writing questions to God, whom he heard answering his queries. We have been trained to think that it's blasphemous to speak with God, yet this is an innate ability humans have, he said. The issue is not where did God come from, said... More »