Psychologist and hypnotherapist Dr. Edith Fiore, the author of The Unquiet Dead, shared her work dealing with spirit possession. A small percentage of deceased people don't cross over into the light and subsequently attach themselves to the living, she explained. According to Fiore, these earthbound spirits enter people whose auras may be weakened through drugs & alcohol, illness and other causes.
She detailed a number of possession indicators: low energy level, mood swings, uncharacteristic behaviors, hearing voices, sudden psychological or health problems, and poor concentration & memory. Depossession, in contrast to exorcism, is used to remove earthbound spirits rather than demons, and involves communicating to the spirit. She proposed directly addressing the following to the possessing spirit:
- Your physical body has died, but your spirit lives on.
- Do you remember your own physical body and the point at which you entered someone else's?
- You are harming yourself by staying here, and you are harming the host.
- Your loved ones are waiting for you on the other side; look for the white light.
- I don't give you permission to be with me. I forgive you-- but I want you go now.
- Go in peace and light and love.
A person can also strengthen their aura (and thus make themselves less susceptible to such attachments) by visualizing a bright white protective "cocoon of light" around them, said Fiore. Now retired, she suggested that those seeking depossession therapists in their area, contact the Association for Regression Research (951-784-1570) for a referral.
First half-hour guest, Jerome Corsi commented on Iran's Pres. Ahmadinejad's letter to America. He said it was a brilliantly crafted attempt to manipulate public opinion in the U.S., and that it contained anti-Semitic rhetoric.