'Dead Star' & Cataclysms / Sociopaths & Psychopaths

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'Dead Star' & Cataclysms / Sociopaths & Psychopaths

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In the first half, author and researcher Matthew LaCroix updated his work on lost civilizations and ancient cataclysms. He has concluded that catastrophes occur on Earth every 13,000 years as part of a gravitational effect that happens throughout the solar system. According to LaCroix, this is due to an immense "dead star" on the edge of the solar system, and when it moves closer, it affects our sun. As evidence that we are part of a binary star system and for the existence of the dead star, he noted that it's depicted, along with a mysterious 'Planet 10' in the 1987 Science and Invention Encyclopedia. The 13,000-year-cycle correlates with the disappearance of civilizations, and the start of ice ages, he said, adding that we are due for the return of this cycle.

As signs of past cataclysms on Earth, he cited geologic layers and vitrification, indicating that parts of the planet heated up as high as 2,000 degrees. LaCroix suggested that past civilizations like ancient Egypt were aware of these cycles and tried to balance the energetic poles of the planet. Yet, he believes our high-tech society has the best chance to avoid an upcoming cataclysm associated with the dead star. By using geoengineering techniques and 'Tesla technology' we can artificially alter "the orbital axis track of Earth to prevent pole shifts or flips that would cause massive destruction," he stated. For more on this topic, view a documentary with LaCroix and Paul Wallis.


Psychologist, journalist, and founder of Lovefraud Education and Recovery, Donna Andersen offers webinars to help survivors and professionals identify, escape, and recover from sociopaths, narcissists, psychopaths, and other manipulators. In the latter half, she discussed the traits of these abusers and how she escaped from the sociopath she had married. Both psychopaths and sociopaths exhibit antisocial personality disorder (characterized by a disregard for other people), and while there are some differences between them, Andersen uses 'sociopath' as an umbrella term to include the various manipulative types. On average, around 12% of the population may exhibit some of these qualities. She noted that there is no age limit to sociopathy-- her latest work looks at this trait among seniors.

Could you be dating a sociopath? Some of the 'red flags' to watch out for include the person being initially charismatic and charming and presenting themselves as a "sudden soulmate," she revealed. "The sociopath studies you, figures out what it is you want, and makes himself or herself into that person," she explained. Among their negative traits, she continued, are excessive lying, always blaming other people, and trying to make you feel sorry for them. There appears to be a genetic predisposition for sociopathic qualities, Andersen reported, but if caught in childhood, there is more of a chance of treating it, as opposed to adulthood when these characteristics become more fixed.

News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Mish Shedlock

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