Tapping Technique / Peopling of the Americas

Tapping Technique / Peopling of the Americas

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HostConnie Willis

GuestsBrad Yates, M.K. Davis

Brad Yates was trained and certified at the respected Hypnosis Motivation Institute in Tarzana, California, and is also a graduate of the Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Clown College. He joined guest host Connie Willis (info) to discuss how he combines his hypnosis training and energy psychology to help groups and individuals in achieving greater success, health, and happiness in their lives using tapping, also known as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). "The process literally is tapping with our fingertips on our face and torso," Yates explained, noting it is based on the ancient practice of acupressure.

There is a flow of energy through the body along pathways called meridians, he continued. When this energy is flowing we experience a natural state of health and well-being, and when it gets stuck we do not feel well or think clearly, Yates added. "All negative emotions are caused by disruption in this energy system and by tapping [certain] points we correct that," he said. According to Yates, tapping is a profound stress relief technique. There is a growing body of scientific evidence, including over 100 studies in peer-reviewed journals, showing the stress hormone cortisol is reduced by as much as 24 percent with tapping, he reported. Yates recommended starting one's morning with the Amazing Day Quickie tapping process.

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Followed by M.K. Davis, who revealed how humans came into the Americas, and the evidence they left behind, including skeletal remains, giant skulls, and even a massive hand print (Related Photos). The so-called red-haired giants have been dismissed as pseudo-history, but Davis pointed to evidence they were in the area that is now Nevada. The legends and lore of the Paiute indigenous people speak of a war they fought against giants covered in red hair, he disclosed, pointing out the giants had been taking the Paiutes and eating them. The Paiutes located the giant's cave, set it on fire, and burned them to death, Davis added.

The cave became known as Lovelock cave and during the mining of bat guano there the mummified remains of what appear to be giant humans were uncovered, he explained. According to Davis, a giant skull from the cave has unusual features, including a sagittal crest (commonly seen in adult male gorillas and orangutans), cranial sutures different from modern human skulls, and brow ridges — all of which matched the Paiutes' description of the red-haired giants. A skull from the Lovelock cave was photographed in secret by Don Monroe in the basement of the Humboldt Museum, he continued, noting the skull has dental irregularities such as double rows of teeth. Davis believes the evidence shows a giant race came down from the mountains via the Humboldt River, and setup a new home from which they launched their attacks on the Paiutes.

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