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" Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show?
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:02 am|| |
Whats on starting tonite while he sleeps !! !!
Tue 03.31 >>
Paranormal investigator & demonologist John Zaffis and his guest, Carmen Reed will tell her story about living in a haunted former funeral parlor, and the gruesome details of what her family endured.
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|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:06 am|| |
John Rhodes discussed reports of reptilian humanoids, and secret underground locations. First hour guest, Mish Shedlock commented on the situation facing US automakers...cont.
Reptilians & Underground Bases
'Crypto Hunter' John Rhodes discussed reports of reptilian humanoids, and secret underground locations that could house alien cultures, lost civilizations and government facilities.
Descriptions by witnesses of the reptilians or "reptoids" show some variation though they are typically described as 7-10 ft. humanoids with reptile-like features such as three-fingered claws and vertical-slit pupils, with a demeanor that can run from benevolent to aggressive. The reptilians may have sought out refuge underground after Earth underwent climate changes some 12,000 years ago, he theorized. Rhodes recounted testimony of a witness named Tal who had an encounter in 1979 with a glowing translucent reptilian in his home in Santa Fe. The being sent a geometric plasma ball toward him which transferred information into his mind, he reported.
Rhodes recently appeared on an episode of UFO Hunters sharing his research on a suspected secret underground base in Dulce, New Mexico. The base is said to have seven subterranean levels, and according to a former security guard, mentally ill and missing people were being used as test subjects for bio enhancement experiments and the creation of "super soldiers."
Rhodes met with Hopi tribal elders who confirmed to him that there was a base in the Dulce area, and that their ancestors had been taken underground by the Lizard or Ant People during a time of environmental crisis. He also spoke about evidence for a lost city in the Grand Canyon that was initially written about by a Prof. S.A. Jordan. Artifacts included benches carved out of a wall and an amulet with monstrous carvings.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Wed Apr 01, 2009 4:31 am|| |
I love Coast To Coast!!!!
Found this on the lost city you mentioned.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:16 pm|| |
I get that too, but its on too late, I am up at 430 in the morn... I used to work nites and it was on when I was driving home... sometimes its wacky, but sometimes it is awesome... I wonder if it is the same here in Canada???
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Fri Apr 03, 2009 1:03 pm|| |
Tonite's show on Coast to Coast
Thu 04.02 >>
Mellen-Thomas Benedict, one of the most studied near-death experiencers in the world, tells of his incredible journey and answers many profound questions.
NDE Story of
"This body, that you are in, has been alive forever. It comes from an unending stream of life, going back to the Big Bang and beyond."
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Sat Apr 04, 2009 1:44 am|| |
If you can't listen, you can go to the site and find what past talks were about.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Sat Apr 04, 2009 4:09 am|| |
You can read about Mellen Thomas here:
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Sun Apr 05, 2009 4:00 pm|| |
Thanks Night Star for the Mellen Thomas link
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In the first hour, Ian will chat with Lamar Waldron about new info on the Martin Luther King assassination. Then, forensic psychologist Katherine Ramsland will discuss notorious serial killers, and open the window into the fascinating world of those who kill, and those who dedicate their lives bringing them to justice.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell- Somewhere in Time returns to 3/25/02 for a discussion on aliens and giants with Brad Steiger. First Hour: Harry Reid
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Sun Apr 05, 2009 4:14 pm|| |
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John Taylor Gatto -Education Reform- johntaylorgatto
Host: George Noory
The Odysseus Group
Challenging the Myths of modern Schooling
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Thu Apr 09, 2009 11:42 am|| |
Coast to Coast is one of the most-listened-to radio shows in the world, I believe. Larger than Alex Jones, I think. I just listen to their sigments posted on YouTube, usually in the form of Playlists. Lots of interesting discussions on UFOs, aliens, government cover-ups and anything strange.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:23 pm|| |
To the strange
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:31 pm|| |
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Health & wellness expert Deborah King will discuss the relationship between the suppression of truth and its later manifestation as pain or illness.
First Hour: Consultant Charles R. Smith reports on cyber attacks on the electrical grid.
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My 100 post just happens to BE in the thread of Coast to Coast
NOW thats too Funny or just plan Strange
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:35 pm|| |
That's not funny that is cool... or hot?
Either way, I think it is interesting I'm curious to check it out...
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Fri Apr 10, 2009 8:00 am|| |
I've heard of Art Bell and Coast to Coast but I don't think we get it in Australia...at least not here in the boondocks where I live. I have visited their site though and it has some interesting photos. It would be great if the programmes were available on the net.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:53 pm|| |
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Foremost remote viewing teacher, Maj. Ed Dames discusses current cases his agency is working on, as well as updates on sun spot activity and events surrounding N. Korea.
Related Link: Free Predictions DVD
First Hour: Capt. Kelly Sweeney comments on recent ship piracy.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:02 pm|| |
WHAT IS REMOTE VIEWING AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
We've all experienced the power of our unconscious minds at least once during our lives. You think of a friend or family member just before the person calls on the phone or you have a feeling that something bad is going to happen or maybe you've had a dream that revealed insight into your life or the future. There is no doubt that the human mind is capable of far more than it would seem so why can't we use our unconscious minds to get these seemingly "psychic" moments on command? Now you can, thanks to a declassified U.S. Army and CIA research program. (Find out more in the FAQs.)
When we consciously think about information, we use analytical thought and make conclusions based on available information. Rare insights into future or unknown information as those that are sometimes obtained in dreams are generated from the unconscious mind which bypasses analytical or right-brain thought. But the key is learning to call forth data from the unconscious mind to obtain on command without analytical interference.
It took a multi-million dollar, 20-year long, top secret U.S. Army and CIA research program to finally create a protocol that accomplishes just that; a program that was head up by the one and only operations and training officer, Major Ed Dames.
The program resulted in a solidified process or protocol that effectively generated specific data from the unconscious mind while recording it with paper and pen as you move through the strict scientifically developed process. When your 45-minute Remote Viewing session is complete, your unconscious data is entirely recorded as sketches and words on sheets of paper; data that was recorded without the influence of analytical thinking or imagination. This "doodle and sketch" data is what "viewers" call a "site template" and it contains the answer to whatever information you were seeking!
THE PROOF IS IN THE RESULTS!
Since the declassification from the U.S Army and the CIA program, Remote Viewing has been proven to work on national TV and radio through live demonstrations and is widely considered to be the most groundbreaking and effective mind skill in the world. Thousands of students including the creator of the Learn Remote Viewing program, Major Ed Dames, have utilized the unconscious mind skill to look into the future to find missing people and predict future disasters with alarming accuracy. From the deadly earthquakes in Indonesia and the Madrid Spain terrorist attack to predicting the current financial downfall; Remote Viewing is a skill that can no longer be ignored. In fact, many of the predictions made through national media were derived from using nothing but the power of Remote Viewing by beginner students with no previous training or "PSI/ESP" ability! (Watch more prediction videos here. (Watch more prediction videos here.)
Major Ed Dames
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Sun Mar 28, 2010 5:17 pm|| |
Oh how cool! I can stream direct from the site. Thanks a bunch sweetypie
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:02 am|| |
So glad you can get Coast to Coast am radio now by streamlink.
Mysteries of the Amazon
David Grann, Ron Wheelock, Victoria Alexander
George Knapp explores the mysteries of the Amazon with author David Grann, who will discuss his journey deep into the jungle to find the mythical "Lost City of Z," and "Gringo Shaman" Ron Wheelock who'll describe his inner-journey, learning the ways of the ancient teachers and using the powerful hallucinogen, ayahuasca. Victoria Alexander will also join in the discussion.
•The Lost City of Z
The Lost City of Z
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Thu Jun 24, 2010 11:20 am|| |
June 23, 2010 www.coasttocoastam.com Streamlink Audio
Bigfoot, Giants, & Disasters:
On Tuesdsay's show, researcher Steve Quayle discussed Bigfoot cases, as well as reports of giants throughout history. He also shared concerns about environmental disasters like the oil spill, and the "Illuminati's" plan to reduce the population. He concurred with Richard C. Hoagland's contention that there might be a large methane bubble under the Gulf which could explode, and cause a major tsunami. Further, he warned of ancillary effects from the oil spill and chemical dispersants leading to toxic air and rain spread out over a large area. People in the Gulf coast have already been reporting respiratory problems related to the oil disaster, he noted.
Quayle offered analysis of a recent Bigfoot sighting in North Carolina, in which a witness saw a 10 ft. tall creature with blond hair and six fingers on each hand. Bigfoot have individual harmonic frequencies and use specific sounds as dimensional portals to phase in and out of our world, he suggested. He referred to them as "transmorphic demonic entities" that can take on physicality and eat chickens, dogs, and even humans.
In the year 986, explorer Leif Ericson made the earliest account of Bigfoot in America, describing them as "the horrible, ugly, swarthy and big black-eyed men," he continued. Quayle also spoke about the biblical history of giants, and how some could be considered the fallen angels who mated with Earth women. For more on giants, see this special page he set up.
First hour guest, ecological biologist David Blume talked about how the pursuit of fossil fuels has led to unfortunate scenarios like the BP spill. We have to get away from this fixation on oil, he said. "That's why entrepreneurs across this country are looking at making alcohol [for fuel] and taking on the oil companies in their communities and underselling them," he added.
As we head past the two-month mark of the BP oil leak, The Big Picture presents a recent set of photographs from the Gulf of Mexico, and those affected by the continued spill.
Today in Strangeness:
Linked to the Summer Solstice, the celebration of Midsummer's Eve, the night leading into June 24th, is celebrated in many parts of the world. In the tradition of ancient times, bonfires are lit in such countries as Denmark and Finland. On this day in 1951, a 200-mile stretch of Kansas was hit by one of the most expensive hailstorms in U.S. history, with over $15 million in crops & property damage.
Tonight's Show, Wednesday, June 23rd:
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe will discuss rocket launches & space activity, the decline in snake population, and the Whitman AFB UFO.
|Subject: Re: " Coast to Coast " Anyone here of this radio show? Fri Jun 25, 2010 7:51 am|| |
Such interesting subject matter. Makes you truly think about our world in a different way huh?
|Subject: Conspiracies of New World Order: Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:46 am|| |
It sure does Goth.
June 29, 2010 www.coasttocoastam.com Streamlink Audio
Conspiracies of New World Order:
On Monday's show, author and investigative journalist Jim Marrs talked about why he believes the International Elite are using economic collapse, man-made disease, and erosion of civil liberties to take down America. He referred to the US as a "zombie nation" because citizens and the country itself are trillions of dollars in debt. JFK ended up dead not longer after he issued $4.2 billion in currency that was printed by the Treasury instead of the Federal Reserve, which in reality is a group of 12 banks that charge interest, he noted.
"They're setting us up for a really big fall-- because the United States has been a free nation and a republic," and the biggest stumbling block to their plan for a New World Order-- a global socialist state broken into three economic blocks (as George Orwell predicted in 1984), Marrs laid out. Rather than conservatives or liberals, Democrats or Republicans, he said the Global Elite is made up of various wealthy individuals-- many Cabinet members of the last four administrations have been members of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), he added.
According to various plans, such as the Kissinger Report, the New World Order views overpopulation as a threat to security, and seeks to depopulate via "limited wars, diseases, and starvation," which we are seeing play out now, he commented. The mysterious deaths of microbiologists, as well as the suppression of work by people like Royal Rife demonstrate how their plan is proceeding through eliminating possible cures for diseases, he argued. Marrs also discussed how fear mongering and reduced privacy are serving to control and tyrannize the population. To counteract the NWO, citizens should vote out incumbents in November, as well as start book/study groups to raise questions and consciousness around these issues, he suggested.
Gun Control Ruling:
First hour guest, author and economist John R. Lott discussed the Supreme Court ruling striking down the Chicago handgun ban. Because it was a close vote (5-4), changes in the Court's membership could make a decision the other way in future cases, possibly allowing cities to ban guns or even remove them from people's homes, he cautioned. Lott was also critical of high registration fees for guns in some locales, which he said penalized the poor.
A photo of a man wearing a horse head caught on Google's StreetView has become an object of curiosity. The strange image, referred to as 'Horseboy' was snapped by one of Google's cars on an otherwise ordinary street in Aberdeen, Scotland. Check out this article from the Daily Mail which includes photos of a variety of unusual sights captured by StreetView.
Today in Strangeness:
On this date in 1613, London's Globe Theatre burned to the ground during a performance of Henry VIII. The fire was thought to be triggered by a sound-effects cannon. In a letter dated June 29, 1892, Sigmund Freud first referred to the unconscious, calling it a "second state of consciousness."
Tonight's Show, Tuesday, June 29th:
Astronomy Professor Chris Impey will discuss the evolution and structure of galaxies as well as the death of the whole shebang: from individual species to the biosphere, Earth, and even the entire universe.
|Subject: Cosmology & End of the Universe: Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:35 pm|| |
June 30, 2010 www.coasttocoastam.com Streamlink Audio
Cosmology & End of the Universe:
In the first half of Tuesday's show, Astronomy Professor Chris Impey discussed the evolution and structure of galaxies, as well as the eventual death of the Milky Way, and even the entire universe. The universe is going to become very sparse, cold, and empty, and "astronomers will all be out of jobs in a few billion years, as there'll be nothing to look at-- the stars will have all died, and galaxies will be ripped apart by expansion so that we can't even see them with our biggest telescopes," he explained.
Interestingly, he noted that even without stars, humans or advanced life forms might find other sources of energy to power their civilizations, such as gravitational forces from a black hole. In around three billion years, the Milky Way will merge with the neighboring Andromeda galaxy, causing stars to change their orbits, but not necessarily leading to collisions. When stars like our sun (which is going to last another 4-5 billion years) burn themselves out in a pyrotechnic light show, they leave behind a dark object like a neutron star, he said.
Remote Viewing Update:
In the latter half of the show, Maj. Ed Dames returned to share remote viewing updates on such topics as the oil spill, evacuations, solar activity, and the economy. The oil spill in the Gulf will have long term consequences for the region, he said. After hurricanes move petrochemicals onto land, water supplies will be poisoned, and there'll be evacuations in the area on the level of Katrina or Chernobyl, with martial law possibly imposed, he warned.
Among his other predictions and statements:
Israel will go to war with Iran, and America will get involved clandestinely.
There will be no economic recovery, and the U.S. empire will end in "fits and throes."
By next year, the stock market will dwindle down to below 2,000. Gold, however, will rise in value to $3,500.
Around 2050, the outer planets will be explored by teams from Russia and other countries, but the US won't be involved.
Bigfoot are actually transported here from vehicles in deep space that beam them down to certain safe points.
Crop circles are created by underground robotic entities on Mars that focus a kind of holographic energy on the surface of the Earth.
The curious case of Howard Engel is featured in an article, audio report, and animated film on NPR.org. After suffering a stroke, Engel, a Canadian novelist, couldn't make sense of letters or words but through a special method he learned to write again.
Today in Strangeness:
102 years ago, the Tunguska explosion took place over Siberia. Commonly thought to be caused by the air burst of a comet or meteor over the area, the impact was a 1,000 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, and it knocked over an estimated 80 million trees. On June 30, 1859, the French acrobat known as Charles Blondin crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope.
Tonight's Show, Wednesday, June 30th:
Expert in theology, biblical languages, and world civilizations, Mike Heiser will update his work on ancient astronauts, and discuss the belief in the possible genetic manipulation of hominids to create humans.
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