Metaphysician and spiritual psychologist Doreen Virtue discussed her experiences working with angels, as well as her understanding of Indigo and Crystal children. She first began to see angels as a young child, they comforted her, and she perceived them as colors of light, and sound. They can be thought of as beings that live on a different frequency, though they can make themselves appear entirely physical, she explained.
When people have unexplained rescue experiences, these are sometimes cases of angelic intervention-- angels can act to save your life, if it's not your time to go, said Virtue. She's worked extensively with Archangel Michael, whom she described as the overseer of guardian angels. When in a dangerous situation and in need of assistance, simply call out "Michael, please help me," she suggested. Angels don't have wings, but have been portrayed that way because they have a glow about them, she added.
Indigo children are typically born from the mid 70's through the mid 90's and exhibit psychic qualities, a strong willfulness, and are attuned to truth, Virtue reported. Kids born from the mid 90's to the present include the Crystal children, who are more passive, forgiving, and connected to nature, she continued. Interestingly, the next generation, said Virtue, will be known as the Rainbow Children-- new souls without karma, who will only be born to families without dysfunction.
First hour guest, author Jerome Corsi commented on a new bill that proposes establishing six national emergency centers. He expressed concern that these centers could be turned into detention camps, corralling civilians. More here.
Bumper music from Monday February 2, 2009
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Stand Or Fall
Won't Get Fooled Again
Jeff Healey Band
Us and Them
Ashes To Ashes
In the Air Tonight
That'll Be the Day