Stuart Wilde is an author, lecturer, and one of the real characters of the self-help/human-potential movement. He has written 15 books, including the very successful Taos Quintet, which are considered classics in their genre. In his latest release, God's Gladiators, Wilde challenges us like never before. He has also had a big effect on the movement for greater awareness. Over a period of twenty years, he came to be known as 'the teacher's teacher' because of the influence he has had on other writers and lecturers in the field.
Co-authors of the The Haunting of America, Joel Martin and Bill Birnes detailed how paranormal events have influenced politics, law, psychology, and other areas, from the Salem Witch trials to the present.... More »
In this special program three different guests weighed in on the disaster that occurred after the Sumatra quake.In the first hour volcanologist R.B. Trombley of SWVRC discussed the underpinnings of earthquakes and tsunamis. In Hour 2, author Steve Quayle noted that Stan Deyo had... More »
Inspired by the 1958 western The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, George Noory hosted five hours of Open Lines featuring a "Nine Lives" special topic line for callers who, like Elfego Baca, have nine lives. George was especially interested in learning how many lives people thought they had already used up.... More »
Consciousness researcher and author Stuart Wilde shared his intrepid experiences traveling to a transdimensional space that he referred to as "the Morph." The Morph is an "endless dimension" which he described as a kind of overlay to our reality, and it contains entities which range from the angelic to the demonic.