Financial Turbulence/ NDE

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Financial Turbulence/ NDE

About the show

In the first half, former ABC investigative correspondent Greg Hunter turned his hard hitting reporting and analysis to the underlying factors behind the turbulent financial markets, as well as the political landscape. Trump is doing well as a candidate because he can't be bought and doesn't depend on Super PAC money, Hunter remarked. Hillary Clinton is in deep trouble over the email/private server scandal, he commented, as news has broken that classified or confidential information was sent through Google servers. Further, Pres. Obama dislikes Hillary, and is working to derail her campaign, Hunter asserted. He also suggested that the Iran nuke deal is really no deal but rather a total capitulation on foreign policy.

We have massive fraud propping up the economy, but even though various bankers have pled guilty to rigging markets, none of them ever end up going to jail, he lamented. Further, there is overprinting of money, phony accounting, exponential debt, and manipulations of the market holding interest rates down-- but it all gets swept under the rug, he continued. Hunter warned that in the next economic crash, supply problems will be evident as credit won't be flowing, and banks may institute restrictions like in Greece, where account holders can't access all of their funds.


In the latter half, Stephanie Arnold shared her account of mysterious premonitions that eventually led to her near death experience (NDE). Pregnant with her second child, she began receiving strong premonitions that she would die during the delivery. Distressed, she did everything she could to inform the medical team and her family about what she knew was coming. Yet, her concerns were mostly dismissed, even though she persisted. When she gave birth to her son, Stephanie clinically died on the operating table for 37 seconds, during which time she had an unforgettable spiritual experience.

Because one member of the medical staff did listen to her concerns, extra units of blood were placed in the operating room, and proved essential in reviving her. While she delivered a healthy son, it was discovered she had a rare and often fatal condition-- an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE). After a long period of recovery, she began to piece together what happened during the NDE, including witnessing her own death, and interacting with spirits. One of the most important takeaways for Arnold was if "you sense something, say something," when it comes to medical issues. She also concluded that "we are not alone" in the sense of our spiritual connections and linked knowledge.

News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Steve Kates

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