Named one of the "World's Greatest Psychics," Elizabeth Joyce talked about indigo children, as well as psychic attack scams, during the first half of the program. According to Joyce, the evolutionary process has gifted certain special children with two extra strands of DNA, which will be activated in a forthcoming era of new vibration. All of us will have to adjust to this new higher octave frequency, she added. In addition, Joyce said indigo children are characterized by an unusually direct stare, high intelligence and ability to cooperate.
Regarding psychic attacks, Joyce warned about so-called psychics who shake down the fearful and vulnerable for money to remove curses. She reported on a woman who was taken for over a million dollars by a person whom the victim believed had the power to make her son sick or healthy. No one can put a hex on someone without their permission, Joyce explained, noting that all one has to do to remove a curse is command it to leave. Joyce also recalled the time a man named Howard tried to steal her soul, and shared her theory that the BP oil rig was blown up by North Korean terrorists.
During Open Lines, George offered a special line for callers to share their "Wow!" moments. Dan in Philadelphia told George about a ghostly sighting he had when he was 10 years old, on July 26, 1995. The apparition appeared as a woman in a white dress floating above the ground. Dan hypothesized that it was his baby sister's awaiting spirit, as she was born immediately after this sighting, he later discovered.
Cody said he caught a brief glimpse of a UFO earlier in the day, followed shortly by a mysterious convoy of seven unmarked government vehicles, and a military plane flying in the direction of the unidentified craft. Doug from Ohio recounted the time he and his best friend were abducted on a camping trip. Doug remembered falling asleep on one side of the lake, awaking on the other, and finding several implants in his body.
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