Climate Change Theories / Afterlife Communications

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Joseph A. Olson, Stephane Allix

In the show’s first half, civil engineer Joseph A. Olson presented a number of his theories on the earth’s most powerful energy sources: where they’re found, what they’re like, and how they’re harnessed and used by humans. Olson also discussed his belief that the public is being deceived about many of the issues related to energy, including the causes of climate change, sustainable energy efforts, and even the conventional understanding of the origins of fossil fuels like oil. Although he accepts the concept of climate change, for example, he argues that the Earth has cycled through many periods of warming and cooling throughout recorded history, making it unlikely that human activity is responsible.

Olson also expressed his skepticism of the idea that fossil fuels are the result of millions of years of plant and animal life being compressed and liquified under the immense pressure of layers of earth. Instead, he said, he believes oil is the “byproduct of nuclear reaction” that results when natural forces like volcanoes and earthquakes cause massive pressure to build up and react with basic chemical elements deep in the Earth. As the result of this process, Olson asserted, the Earth’s petroleum supply is renewable, and in fact is practically unlimited. In addition, concerns about the gases released by burning petroleum are unfounded, because carbon dioxide is actually beneficial for living organisms on Earth, including humans. For all these reasons, it's foolish and wasteful to invest in green energy, which can't match petroleum's power, efficiency, and abundance, he concluded.


French journalist Stéphane Allix spent several years as a correspondent in war-torn Afghanistan. In the show’s second half, he described how his brother’s death during this period caused him to search for answers about the afterlife. After failing to find any, Allix retreated to Peru, where he was impressed by the way that the spiritual realm blends into everyday life there. One day while meditating in the forest, he recalled, he slipped into a shamanic vision that transported him to a World War II battlefield. One German soldier he encountered here, he said, "was staring at me, and I knew instantly this this man's name was Alexander." Suddenly, Alexander was killed when a piece of flying metal struck him in the neck. Soon Allix "returned" from his visionary journey, and he did his best to record every detail he could remember about Alexander, spending the following months trying to research whether he was a real person, or just a product of his shamanic vision. His work paid off, he said, when he discovered that Alexander had indeed been a German soldier, killed in Russia in the manner Allix had witnessed.

Allix believed for a time that his shamanic adventure caused him to become briefly psychic, allowing him to somehow connect to a battle that took place long ago. Eventually, though, he concluded that he did not meet Alexander that day, but instead recognized Alexander within his own mind. This, Allix said, meant that he was a sort of reincarnation of Alexander. He was further shocked to realize that his fascination with the evil he had encountered as a war correspondent was explained by Alexander's presence inside him; it was as though Allix was acting as a healing force for Alexander, who was deeply regretful of his own participation in the Nazi regime. Allix continued to honor his commitment to help Alexander over the years, he said, visiting the concentration camp at Dachau where he was once stationed, and even locating Alexander's daughter and relating to her the story of the connection between the two men.



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