In the middle two hours, host/producer and founder of Sovereign Mind Radio, Sonia Barrett, argued that people's consciousness is kept in a continuous survival or fear mode. Deep down everyone is afraid of annihilation or not-existing, and this is part of the initial programming that was placed into humanity for control purposes, she explained. Humans at the "Level One" stage, experience a limited range of possibilities, and are not able to go beyond the protocols wired or programmed into the human mind, she continued, adding that a set of components are there, including religion, to ensure we don't step outside these boundaries.
However, most people don't think they're being controlled even though they have been programmed to take orders and be subservient, and to believe that someone outside ourselves knows what's best for us, Barrett commented. For instance, with health care, people seem to be conditioned for ill-health; they are overly dependent on doctors for quick fixes, and medications for the most minute things, she suggested. Further, we want reality to only be what we are comfortable with, which is another way the mind is limited, she noted. For more, check out a trailer for her forthcoming documentary, The Business of Disease.
Washington DC UFOs
First hour guest, UFO expert and editor of Unicus Magazine, Robert Stanley, talked about a slew of new UFO sightings over Washington DC this year. One of the sightings was by an airline pilot living in the area, he said. He also cited UFO photographs taken by Wilbur Allen which are "identical" to those taken during the July 1952 flyover in DC. Because of this consistent cluster of activity, Stanley has concluded that there's an interdimensional portal or underground base in the Washington DC area.
Last hour guest, writer/producer Marc Zicree talked about his latest projects, and sci-fi shows such as the Twilight Zone. He is currently working on a Kickstarter-financed film series, Space Command, a space epic that will span over two centuries. Interestingly, he shared that Rod Serling was not the first choice to host his own Twilight Zone series, and that only after the network shot the pilot with a different host who didn't work out, was he able to convince them that he was the right person for the job.