Author and metaphysicist Robert Bruce talked about psychic attacks and self-defense methods, spirit entities, and techniques to induce astral projection. Certain ghosts who had addictions seek out like-minded living people that they can "overshadow" and have vicarious experiences through, he said. These opportunistic entities can gradually possess a person, and sometimes you might even catch a glimpse of another face transposed over the living person's, he added. In the case of demons, he described them as having long fingers, and long fingernails-- like spectral claws, and thin leathery limbs that often have spots. Interestingly, he noted that demons are sometimes mistaken for ETs.
There is a lot of different "astral wildlife" in the astral realms, and generally they don't cause any problems, said Bruce. In addition to various spirit entities, people with psychic gifts are capable of attacking others such that a victim might experience an extended period of bad luck and negative events. Victims can even inherit curses and psychic attacks that extend through generations, he said. Symptoms of these attacks include noticing distinct cold areas, dark sparks in the air, and pains that come and go, such as being jabbed in the feet, he detailed.
One of the first lines of defense is simply taking a shower-- running water creates a strong electromagnetic field that is detrimental to entities, he shared. Also, a bright, clean, pleasant room attracts positive energy, whereas a dingy and messy environment draws in negative energy, he continued. Bruce characterized astral projection as a natural phenomenon that everyone does when they sleep. However, in order to consciously experience astral projection, the mind must be awake while the body is physically asleep, he pointed out.
Current Events Commentary
First hour guest, investigative reporter Greg Hunter commented on current events, including a warning to airlines that terrorists may be considering surgically implanting explosives into people. In response, security may step up efforts to interview and examine travelers that arouse suspicion. Hunter was critical of the new proposed debt ceiling-- a staggering $2.4 trillion, and warned of a coming currency collapse.