Psychic mediums Christopher Valentine and Dr. Christian von Lahr talked about Nature People such as Gnomes, Elves, Fairies and Leprechauns and also discussed how they have established direct communication with them. "Their wisdom is so incredible ... I never even conceived that they could be this smart," marveled Valentine about the lessons the pair have learned from the Nature People.
Detailing a veritable roll call of Nature People, von Lahr illuminated the differences between these purported races of creatures. Gnomes, he said, "look very human-like, except they are shorter or smaller than most people." Elves "tend to be thinner" and gravitate towards "areas where the forest and mountains meet the water." Fairies, meanwhile, "have a very bright inner glow" and travel in groups of ten. Despite the contrasts in types of Nature People, von Lahr said that they all have a unified purpose: to serve as "builders of the universe and, more lately, maintenance people of the universe."
The duo detailed how Nature People exist throughout the human world in a variety of roles and shared one method of establishing contact with the Nature People which utilizes simple strings of Christmas lights. "Place them in your bushes if you'd like to see gnomes and elves and up in the trees if you want to see fairies," Valentine said. He explained that this is because "the Nature People all resonate to different frequencies" and would "use the energy from those lights and well as the background twigs and leaves to come in more clearly for you to see them." Valentine suggested a means of assuring you are actually seeing the Nature People, "ask them to move ... sometimes when you turn away and look back again, they have completely changed their pose."
Oil and the Economy
First hour guest Matt Savinar detailed how oil relates to the current economic crisis. He said that the reason the price of oil has gone down recently is because the global economic meltdown has drastically reduced the demand for it. Savinar cautioned that this turn of events does not indicate that the supply of oil has risen and alleged that the supply of oil continues to dwindle. Looking ahead to 2009, he suggested that the price of oil could fluctuate wildly, "I wouldn't be surprised if it falls to 20 and then whips back up to 200."