Changing Your Life / Deja Vu & Alien Contact

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Carl Greer, Cheryll Jones, Bruce Olav Solheim

In the first half, author, philanthropist, and shamanic practitioner, Carl Greer, detailed how he was a successful president of an oil and gas company, but at midlife made a profound switch and trained to become a Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist. This kind of self-reflection is not uncommon at midlife, but can be done at any age, he noted. A person can honestly ask if they are happy with their life and what they can do to make changes to create a new life story for themselves. One way to begin this process is to spend time in nature, he advised, in which one can remove themselves from the hustle and bustle. Some may realize a part of them doesn't want to change, even though they may be unhappy. Greer works with such clients using shamanic techniques and dreams to help them get unstuck.

On a trip to a diner in the Midwest a few years ago, he heard people talk nostalgically about the good old days. But it seemed to him this nostalgia demonstrated how they were stuck in the past, and unwilling to write a new story for themselves. In his shamanic work, he has experienced a place that he calls "the Quiet." It's a zone of pure potential before an idea has solidified, and it's from there that the universe was born, he believes. This energy field of potential is around us all the time, he added. 

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In the latter half, C2C's investigative reporter Cheryll Jones presented her interview with the 'Paranormal Professor' Bruce Olav Solheim, who talked about the curious phenomenon of deja vu, as well as his contacts with an ancient alien. Solheim, who teaches history at Citrus College (as well as a class on the paranormal), said that reports of deja vu date back to antiquity-- Pythagoras reportedly described it around 500 BC. Deja vu --the sense of having been in a place, or heard or seen something before, is experienced by some 70% of the population at least once, he cited. Neuropsychiatrist Dr. Vernon Neppe has further outlined different types of deja vu.

Solheim considers some types of deja vu to be paranormal in nature and told Cheryll about his powerful experience of this when there was a lockdown/shooter situation at his school in 2019. He had previously had a precognitive nightmare about the exact events as they played out, and because he knew what was going to happen, he was able to act more optimally. It turned out that the gunman gave himself up before shooting anyone. In his new book, Anzar the Progenitor, Solheim documents his ongoing communications with an ancient alien mystic named Anzar, said to originate from the Orion star system. Anzar shared prophecy-like material with him, such as alerting him in 2019 that there would be a series of worldwide catastrophes. In January 2020, Anzar informed him that COVID-19 leaked from a weapons lab by accident.

News segment guests: Capt. Kelly Sweeney, Dr. Peter Breggin

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