Award-winning author and researcher in the field of epigenetics, Dawson Church has written about the breakthrough in understanding the link between emotion and genetics. In the first half of the show, he discussed how the power of the mind can affect and change matter, such as when people heal themselves through mental techniques. One such case was a woman diagnosed with Stage 4 uterine cancer who would take long baths and visualize "healing stars" interacting with her cancer cells. "It took from March to November, when she finally went back to the hospital, long after she was supposed to have been dead, and they found no trace of cancer in her body," he marveled.
Our brains and hearts synchronize with colossal energy fields around the Earth, he explained, adding that the brain is a transducer of signals from this field, "and then a projector of that into external reality." Dawson also cited the effectiveness of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) with PTSD patients, such as veterans. In the technique, a person recalls a traumatic incident but as they remember it, they apply acupressure or tapping to specific points or meridians along the body, which serve to shut down the brain's emotional response to the troubling incident.
Third-hour guest, filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda argued that Einstein was wrong about matter and that the universe does not actually have a fabric of space-time. A recent NASA experiment, he suggested, demonstrated this, as they had predicted a gamma wavelength was so small that it would be trapped in the space-time fabric, but that wasn't what happened. Sereda also pondered what an ET's perception of God might be like, and a creation myth that portrays God as a vast being of light that only can become aware of itself by creating matter or form that can reflect its light.
The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory features emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. Tonight, we'll hear from Makeshift Prodigy, Gray Harsh, Paul Booth Johnson, Wolfe Brothers, Tom Collins, Firebug, and Kristi Rae. For more info on how to submit your original music, visit this page.