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Alternative Health/ Demonology

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Dr. Joel Wallach, Adam Blai

In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach discussed the human body, and its ability to benefit from natural supplements as opposed to the risky drugs prescribed by modern medicine. He contends that the vast majority of health problems are due to nutritional and mineral deficiencies. To detox from cigarettes and various addictive substances, he recommended a liquid formula called 'Herbal Rainforest,' that includes herbs, and plant-derived minerals in a colloidal form. He suggested drinking an ounce of it when one feels cravings coming on.

Panic attacks are almost always due to blood sugar problems, such as from high levels of insulin, or hypoglycemia, he commented. Gluten intolerance, Wallach continued, can show itself in a wide variety of symptoms, such as asthma, constipation, or fibromyalgia-like pains, but getting on a gluten-free diet can often lessen or remove these problems. Leg cramps typically indicate a mineral deficiency, he added.


In the latter half, demonologist Adam Blai talked about exorcisms, demons, and spirit manifestations that can occur with activities like the Charlie game and Ouija boards. In cases of possession, through a person's free will, a demon or fallen angel cam dominate their mind and body and take over from time to time, he outlined. In such cases, "you're dealing with a creature that has nothing to do with that person"-- it's something with different memories and knowledge, as well as paranormal abilities beyond the human scope, he cited.

Games such as Ouija involve asking random spirits to manifest, and open a door for interactions. Eventually, after repeated communications, a spirit may request to skip the use of the board and talk directly into a person's head, which could lead to a demonic possession or oppression, Blai warned. To exorcise a possessed person usually takes repeated sessions lasting from six months to two years, he reported, with one case stretching on for an astonishing 22 years. In their raw form, a demon "looks like a rolling black smoke that you cannot see through," though they can take on the shape of whatever will make a person drop their guard, he detailed.

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