JFK Assassination Mystery/ Psychic Attacks

Hosted byGeorge Noory

JFK Assassination Mystery/ Psychic Attacks

About the show

In the first half, Robert K. Wilcox, a writer on subjects such as the plot to assassinate Gen. Patton, the Shroud of Turin, and the Vietnam War, discussed his latest work on the JFK assassination. He shared newly-discovered evidence that a mysterious Argentinian with a stranger-than-fiction life story is the missing link in the assassination mystery that has puzzled America for over half a century. The Argentinian was a Cold War spy and assassin named René Dussaq, who also worked as a Hollywood stuntman. Wilcox suggested it was Dussaq who helped plot JFK's murder, and that he was likely the one to fire the fatal shot from the Grassy Knoll or a location in front of the motorcade.

He based his theory on the secret diaries of Douglas Bazata, a good friend of Dussaq's, who was also a Cold War spy, and officer of the US Office of Strategic Services (forerunner to the CIA). Wilcox believes that Dussaq was motivated to kill Kennedy after he learned that JFK tried to have Fidel Castro eliminated. Detailing the 1963 assassination of Kennedy, Wilcox posited that Oswald first fired an "exploding bullet" which made a loud noise about 15 ft. after he shot it, which acted as a signal to the other shooters positioned from the front.


In the latter half, expert in hypnosis and time travel, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, talked about different types of psychic attacks, and energy vampires. He defined psychic attacks as intrusions aimed at a person's soul or subconscious mind from invisible forces, which represent negative energies that originate in the lower astral plane. The symptoms of such attacks could include loss of appetite, sexual impotency, fevers of unknown origins, dullness of the mind, seeing silhouettes that quickly disappear, negative telepathic messages, or a string of bad luck, he cited.

Goldberg believes such negativities are preventable through various psychic self-defense methods, which include staying physically healthy, avoiding emotional energy vampires, balancing chakra energies, connecting the subconscious mind with the higher self, and contact with enlightened spirit guides. Such guides give off a feeling of sincerity and humility but don't try to control you like a lower astral entity might do, he noted. Goldberg also outlined five different types of human energy vampires-- robotic, ethereal, insecure, paranoid, and passive-aggressive, and said that mother-daughter and husband-wife relationships can sometimes play into one of these dynamics.

News segment guests: Christian Wilde, Steve Kates

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