Lifelong student of the paranormal, ancient mysteries and manuscripts, G. Creighton Bradshaw, talked about the origins for humankind, souls, and the spiritual nature of our existence, as well as his notions of the afterlife, including heaven and hell. Influenced by the spiritualist writings of James E. Padgett, Bradshaw also absorbed the work of Zecharia Sitchin, and concurred with his conclusion that a group of ETs called the Annunaki came to Earth and conducted genetic manipulation in order to create humans as workers for their operations.
Bradshaw views God as an all-encompassing concept that we can better understand from a spiritual vantage. There are both spiritual and celestial spheres-- "the celestial is for the angelic, the ones that get the holy spirit into them; they become divine and have the Christ principle in them," he said. The rest of us enter into spiritual spheres when we pass on, and eventually surface at the level that the soul is conditioned to go, he explained, adding that there are various levels of light and dark, or what could be considered heaven and hell.
In order to progress to the level of "true immortality," and enter the celestial sphere, you have to completely give yourself over, he said. Here on Earth, there are evil spirits that can negatively influence people, Bradshaw commented, though he does not believe in the existence of the Devil. A number of callers shared their encounters with evil, and debated whether Satan or the Devil does indeed exist.
First hour guest, leading dentist in the fight against fluoride, Dr. Bill Osmunson presented updates. He reported that a recent study showed fluoride added to the water supply is not beneficial in preventing dental caries, while a study in England found that a fluoride varnish added directly to the teeth provided no benefits. His biggest concern over the use of fluoride is its toxicity to the brain-- it can reduce kids' IQs by 6-10 points, he warned.