In the first half, former Minister of National Defense in Canada, Paul Hellyer, spoke about his research into the U.S. shadow government and 'Money Mafia,' which he contends are at the apex of a cabal that's been running the U.S. and much of the planet since World War II. The cabal, he explained, is headed by the group that controls the banking cartel, with the oil cartel following slightly lower on their pyramid of secret power. Hellyer referred to the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) as an evil treaty and power grab on the part of the banking cartel, and suggested that it be dumped. Pres. Obama should tell the cartel "that he's going to represent the people of the United States, and not just a handful of the richest and most powerful people in the world," he asserted.
September marks the 10-year anniversary of when Hellyer went public with his pronouncements about UFOs and ETs, confirming some of the information in Col. Corso's book The Day After Roswell. Hellyer was the first person of cabinet rank in the G8 group of countries to state unequivocally "UFOs are as real as the airplanes flying overhead." He cited the recent book Secret Journey to Planet Serpo as containing information leaked by the Defense Intelligence Agency, but noted its revelations have been ignored by the mainstream media. He also talked about how free energy technology, likely reverse engineered from ET craft, has been deliberately kept from the public by the cartels.
In the latter half, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren discussed his new book, "Use The Force: A Jedi's Guide to the Law of Attraction," which instructs people on how to draw on the universe's energy to achieve your dreams. The Force as portrayed in the Star Wars movies is similar to the Law of Attraction, which allows like to attract like. A scientist might call this effect "sympathetic resonance," which shows that when a signal (such as the sound of a tuning fork) is sent out, it actually activates a corresponding signal that is sent back to you, he detailed.
Warren determined that when people focus on the positive they start sending out incredible energy fields, but when they focus on the negative, they are weakened. So in order to prepare oneself for the Force, he advises people to stay away from things or individuals that make them feel bad-- it might even be as simple as cutting back on watching TV news. Regarding setting goals, "you have to create these visualizations for things that feel honest and attainable, so you take it in little steps," he outlined. Warren also talked about his related technology, the Wishing Machine, a box that uses crystals combined with electric fields to send out one's intentions and desires in order to materialize them.
News segment guests: Jeff Nelken, James Sanders