Lecturer and expert dowser Raymon Grace discussed his process for cleansing spaces & individuals of negative entities. By combining mind development, healing and shamanism, he has arrived at a method for expelling unwanted spirit forms.
He uses dowsing (a technique involving a pendulum) to measure the strength of an entity, and then consults with his spirit guides for assistance in moving the entities out of an afflicted area or person and into another dimension. Interestingly, he noted that in some cases, spirit guides can actually be negative entities themselves. Hospitals, jails, and schools all have a lot of entities about, and law enforcement officers and teachers are particularly affected by them, said Grace. Verification of his work comes from people reporting an improvement in their situation after he has performed a cleansing.
Grace conducted a couple of on-air experiments, one involving the removal of the spirit of death in Iraq for the next week. In the other experiment, listeners were invited to bring out a container of water, and put an intent into it (such as for healing). He invited in the spirit of water and suggested that people "talk to the water" and ask it to dissolve illness.
First half-hour guest, researcher Stephen Mehler, who has just returned from Egypt, shared an update on the Great Pyramid at Giza. In regards to the recent cement theory, he believes that some pouring may have been used in the pyramid's construction, but there is still much evidence for natural stone such as granite. He also commented that Zahi Hawass has privately admitted that the Great Pyramid is built on an older structure.