Expert in how to use the brain's neurocircuitry for increases in paranormal ability and creativity, Neil Slade discussed his new work on how wands can actually help us traverse multiple dimensions. Differentiating his use of wands from the magic wands of fairy tales and lore, he explained that any number of tools can be appropriated by humans to concentrate their intent and energy on (see images below). The wand takes diffuse energy and narrowly focuses it, he said. Any item that can be held in the hand that extends your arm, such as a cane, stick, pen, or pole, can serve as a wand to facilitate travel both out to alternate realities, or conversely bring them to you, he continued.
Slade shared his account of being paralyzed after a serious back injury, and how his doctor told him he would need major surgery to ever walk again. Instead, he used his wands to access an alternate reality where he was not injured, and was also healed by other travelers who used their wands, he detailed, noting that consciousness has no limitations or boundaries.
The brain's frontal lobe must be activated to successfully use the wands, Slade stated, though everyone can develop their own wand process through self-discovery. He also talked about some of his encounters with beings made of colored lights that communicated through sound and melody.
Last hour guest, privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht shared concerns that most search engines such as Google are compiling data on their users, correlating their searches to specific IP addresses. She recommended the privacy search engine startpage.com (also known as ixquick.com) which doesn't store users' data. Further, she warned that email programs such as Gmail scan users' emails for keywords on behalf of their advertisers. She suggested a privacy alternative for web-based email-- Hushmail.