Dr. Jonathan Ellerby has over 20 years of experience in the fields of holistic healing, spiritual counseling, integrative medicine, and corporate consulting. He joins Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss how to recognize experiences of the sacred and integrate them into daily life for spiritual growth, healing, humility, inspiration, resilience, and interconnection. Followed by Open Lines in the second half.
Epstein Justice is a non-profit working on behalf of the victims of Jeffrey Epstein. The directors of the group, Nick Bryant and Pete Shinn, join Richard Syrett (Twitter) to discuss their efforts to have the perpetrators in the Epstein trafficking network face justice. Followed by Bart Sibrel, known for his research into the conspiracy that the Apollo moon landings were hoaxed. He'll share his harrowing encounters with agents from U.S. govt. secret agencies, who he says were trying to stop him from revealing the truth.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 2/28/97 when bioethicist Kevin FitzGerald discussed the implications of cloning.
First Half: Rob Heatherly, a former US marine who runs the Military Witnesses to UAP YouTube channel, has investigated a cabal within Wikipedia that controls and debunks the pages of various UFO researchers. He joins George Knapp to discuss the abuses he’s uncovered, along with Ali Duncan, who ran into difficulties when she tried to correct errors on George Knapp's wiki page.
Second Half: Stafford Betty is an afterlife researcher, novelist, and retired college professor of religious studies. As explored in his new novel, he'll discuss the astral world's guardians and how they handle various challenges, including the management and politics of the afterworld.
First Half: Farmer and author Joel Salatin raises livestock on his Polyface Farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and has spoken at a wide range of organizations. He'll discuss why farmers in Europe are protesting, how monopolies in food supply chains force prices up and quality down, and what we can do to support local food production.
Second Half: Podcaster and coach Debbi Dachinger, a former skeptic, had an awakening and has been researching and experiencing the paranormal and ET realm for over 17 years. She'll speak about the possibility of open contact with ETs as well as how indigenous shamans play a role in healing the planet.
First Half: Astrologer Mark Lerner will discuss the significance of the total solar eclipse on April 8th and how it will affect the election and the border issues, as well as the influence of the 50-year Chiron return, which last happened during Watergate.
Second Half: Ali Siadatan had a close-up UFO sighting in his native Persia, which caused him to look deeper into the modern-day UFO phenomenon, taking him from the origins of civilization to the prophetic future. He'll speak about the alien abduction phenomenon and how it relates to biblical stories, philosophies, and prophecy.
First Half: Investigative reporter Mark Shaw will bring us his latest research, based on new evidence, that shows no doubt exists that revered reporter Dorothy Kilgallen was a threat to the powerful men who orchestrated and then covered up the JFK assassination.
Second Half: Hypnotherapist and past life regressionist Dr. Bruce Goldberg will discuss our spirit guides and how we can contact them through hypnosis for psychic protection and spiritual growth.
First Half: With a professional background that includes twenty years in law enforcement and senior executive positions in the technology sector, David Paulides has focused his attention for the last ten years on the compelling evidence that there is an unusual set of circumstances (profile points) for many of the missing that vanish in the wilderness. He'll share his newest research: Missing 411: Washington and the various clusters within the state where people have disappeared.
Second Half: C2C's investigative reporter Cheryll Jones presents her latest interview with a fascinating guest.
Writer, editor, and bookseller Mark Leslie specializes in speculative fiction and paranormal non-fiction. As a bookseller and an advocate for books, eBooks, and digital technology within publishing, Mark will discuss his love of the more bizarre genres and will share true tales of eerie, frightening, and spooky events, including tales from haunted hospitals, schools, and post offices as well as his latest work on haunted bars and breweries. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.