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Decoding Names / Open Lines

Date Friday - January 11, 2019
Host George Noory
Guests Sharon Lynn WyethOpen Lines

How much do you think you can learn about someone from their name? Sharón Lynn Wyeth, founder of Neimology Science, joined George Noory to discuss how a name can reveal a person's past experiences, future health concerns, unique personality traits, strengths, challenges, and even purpose in life. "My research shows how our names indicate our personality traits and what our soul would like for us to learn, but now research is indicating that even our appearance can be linked to our name," she reported.

Wyeth credited her intuition and pattern recognition skills for her ability to decode the meaning in names, which she first tested in her mathematics classroom. Each school year she recorded her impressions of incoming students based on name alone, put those notes away, then correlated them with what she learned about the students after interacting with them for a semester. According to Wyeth, who has tested her theories in over 70 countries with several thousand people, one can know someone simply by their name.

"The first name is the essence of who we are, the middle name is where we go when we're under stress, and the last name represents our environmental influence," she explained. All letters carry a vibration and represent various actions, Wyeth added. As an example, she revealed how the first letter of the first name is initial impression we get of someone, while the last letter of the last name provides the takeaway impression of that person.

Wyeth suggested her name decoding works because the incoming soul impresses upon the parents what it wants to be called and cells in the body can change based upon the sound of one's name. A person's middle name can provide information about his or hers most recent past life, she continued. Wyeth also provided advice about taking the last name of a spouse, which indicates whether one wishes to keep things as they are or wants change to attract different people. "If you take on his last name, will it create violence in the relationship later because that would show up," she cautioned.

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Open Lines followed in the latter half of the show. Daniel in Columbus, Ohio, told George about high strangeness during a camping trip he took with some friends. According to Daniel, the group was sitting around a fire when they noticed a glow across a nearby ridge, which they set out investigate. "I started to see these shapes, like circles, and my friend said he was seeing triangles," he recalled. Daniel remembered having a splitting headache then waking up back in camp. "Everything seemed fine but I felt different," he said.

Annie from Alabama claimed she had attempted to contact singer-songwriter Jim Croce before he embarked on the charted flight that would end his life. "I had a very strong feeling... I just wanted to tell him not to get on that plane," she said, noting she made repeated calls but was unable to connect with him. Michael in Jamestown, North Carolina, described the troublesome vibe he is getting from the people around him. "Nobody seems to be getting along with anybody anymore," he said, noting the increasing frequency of individuals getting involved in others personal affairs without any facts. George concurred, noting how "people don't discuss anymore, they argue."

The final half-hour featured a replay from 8/9/17, when medium and paranormal investigator Chip Coffey talked about his spirit investigations.

News segment guests: Dr. John Curtis / Peter Davenport / Tim Binnall

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