Former chief editor at Hampton Roads Books, Frank De Marco discussed tapping into the forces of the "Cosmic Internet," and how the information found there can be used to regain a sense of meaning and focus in life. He referred to his communications with the Cosmic Internet or the Other Side, as being with deceased or non-physical beings whom he called "the guys' upstairs." Entering into a slightly altered state, he takes notes in journal form about his conversations with the Other Side. The information he receives requires discernment, as just because it comes from a disembodied source doesn't mean it's entirely accurate, he noted.
According to "the guys' upstairs" the Earth is a "special place where you can create your own mind or soul...You are here to choose, and choose, and choose, and in so doing you create the mind that will then go over to the Other Side...when we die." So in a sense our whole lives are preparation for the existence we're going to lead afterward, he explained.
He shared several techniques for living more connected with the Cosmic Internet. These included practicing love everyday, especially for less loveable objects; changing one's point of view to understand where others are coming from (helps to lessen the identity of the self as being different from others); and reprogramming thoughts that may have become engrained from childhood but no longer serve a useful purpose.
First hour guest, author Whitley Strieber talked about what's behind the recent extreme weather patterns. An imbalance of cold air from the Northwest and warm air coming up from the Gulf of Mexico has led to a powerfully explosive situation, he commented, adding that such a scenario could play out again in September/October. He also spoke about his encounter with an unknown visitor who imparted intriguing lessons that became the basis for The Key, now in reprint.
News segment guest: Ann Louise Gittleman
Bumper music from Tuesday May 31, 2011
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Wind Of Change
Red Rubber Ball
Livin' on a Prayer
People Are Strange
Is This Love
The Man Who Sold The World
Touch of Grey
Fanfare for the Common Man
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Creedence Clearwater Revival