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"richard sarah" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What astronomers call a great conjunction, the closest they could be seen in the sky together. For nearly 800 years, according to Scientific American and Astronomical conjunction occurs when any two heavenly bodies appear to pass or meet each other as seen from Earth. To make one great, though, requires an encounter between our solar system's two largest planets, the orbits of Jupiter and Saturn, a line to allow the giant worlds to seemingly convene roughly every 20 years. But the last time Jupiter and Saturn appeared so close was July 16th. 16 23 back when Galloway was still alive, a little more than a decade after he first used to telescope to discover Jupiter's four largest moons that now collectively bear his name, Great conjunctions. Have at times drawn scientists to speculate over their possible links with major events. For instance, Johannes Kepler investigated whether the star of Bethlehem Which in the Nativity story of the Gospel of Matthew Guided the three wise men to Christ. Birth was a great conjunction. Calculating that one in fact, did occur in seven BC Is it possible the Madge I or Wiseman and we don't know. There were three. Remember the Bible never mentions three Wiseman. But is it possible the Madge I who were basically astrologers were following the great conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter? Well, one did occur in seven BC, So the timing seems to be about right. Where is he? Who has been born king of the Jews for we saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him. It makes sense to me that God would use such an alignment of heavenly bodies to announce the birth of a king or other important events like sign posts. Genesis Chapter one verse 14 and God said, Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night and let them be forced signs and for seasons and for days and years. He determines the number of the stars he gives to all of them their names some Fort 1 47 4, But for those that study Astro theology, they see the Bible as Astrological allegory. The story of Jesus they believe is really about the sun s u N rather than son s. O N. Passing through the Zodiac each year. And indeed, there are numerous examples where the life of Jesus, beginning with his birth seemed to align if you will, quite neatly with the astrological Zodiac. Consider that the sun s U. N is reborn every year on the 25th day of December. That is the days begin to lengthen during the winter solstice. Jesus is born in the stable between the constellations of the horse and goat secretaries and Capricorn. 30 years after Christ birth, he was baptized 30 days after the sun s U. N is born. It enters the sign Aquarius, the water bearer Thies are but two Now to be clear. I'm a Bible believing Christian. I believe the Bible

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KTRH

"Local news, weather and traffic. Alexa, play KTAR H and iheartradio. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I'm Richard Sarah coming to you from coast, Toronto Canada affiliate indepth radio. News talk. Ten ten say Hello on Twitter at Richard, Sarah. It's at Richard it s why because I love you are e w mega Havis is with us associate professor of environmental and resource. Studies at Trent university just down the road in Peterborough Ontario, before the break Magda, you were talking about the the difference between ionizing and non ionizing radiation. And this is important because this is what the the the skeptics if you will argue, and they say, why L T mobile network networks are safe because they're non ionizing. So let's just sort of go back a little bit in and drill down on on. Again, the difference between. Non ionizing and ionizing, and why you say even non ionizing can be dangerous. Okay. Well, as I said just before the break that I know icing radiation like x rays. I think everyone recognizes how harmful they are. There's enough energy in the radiation to break chemical bonds. And consequently this can cause damage to the N A can cost cancer. And that's one of the ways that people do get cancer with non ionizing radiation. There isn't enough energy to break chemical bonds. And so for the longest time, I think physicists and doctors just believed to can't cost cancer. It doesn't have the energy. It can cause cancer the cancer can be caused in multiple ways. It's not just one one size fits all. And it turns out that when people are exposed to their cell, so radiofrequency radiation is non I- nice thing. So is. Electromagnetic fields from power lines and electricity. Both of them are known thing. And both have been implicated in cancer, both aren't currently classified as class to be carcinogens possibly carcinogenic. And it turns out that with the non ionizing radiation. What tends to happen is that during regular metabolic activity in our body, we produce something called free radicals, these are sort of in a sense, there's sort of waste products, and they have to be neutralized by our body. And when you're exposed to non I nine radiation or your cell phone or your wifi, for example, it interferes with your ability to produce antioxidants, which is the way that we neutralize free radicals. And so there's a build up a free radicals and free radicals or no are known to cause cancer and a lot of other adverse health effects, and so much of what we're seeing with people whether it's damage to DNA, whether it's Dan. Much to their sperm, which is another consequence of of this type of radiation, or whether it's symptoms of electrical hypersensitivity, we believe it's due to this indirect effect of your body being unable to repair the damage this done naturally so can can five G or four G or three G in other words radio frequency radiation. Can it ages prematurely? Totally. And and you know, there's something called electrical hypersensitivity, and a lot of people are are suffering from it and don't even realize that their symptoms vary from you know, inability to sleep for you know, and get restful sleep during the night, chronic fatigue, chronic pain difficulty, thinking remembering that sort of thing, anxiety, depression, or two of the common symptoms of electrical hypersensitivity, and I actually called this rapid aging syndrome because what is happening is that exposure constant. Exposure to the radiation put put stress on your body, and that's been documented through stress, protein analysis and other other types of biophysical effects, and when your body's under a lot of stress, and it can't repair things properly then you begin to age. And so a lot of the people who experience electro hypersensitivity because of their exposure to microwave radiation, what they often tell me as well. I'm just getting older, and it's it's common for older people to need less sleep. Or, you know, people are normally tired and older people normally have difficulty thinking, but when these individuals going to an electromagnetic Lee clean environments and spend, you know, a few days to a few weeks their their symptoms disappear. And because of that, it's not real aging. It's something that's being induced by environments, and I think it's being induced by exposure to radio, frequency and microwave radiation. Does it impair cog? Unitive ability, for example, are we seeing a lowering of cues, I don't know if we're actually seeing a lowering by choose, but it doesn't pair cognitive ability in the sense that people can't remember things that they've just done. You know, they they go to the fridge. And the can't remember what they need to take out of the fridge or they go shopping, and they can't go unless there's a list that they take with them because they can't remember things so memory short term memory is definitely impaired and very often people who have this illness. They tell me that they have something called, foggy brain. They just can't think as clearly as they normally can't. So they're aware of their cognitive impairment. I don't think it necessarily will show up on an I Q test. Although it could I don't know of any studies been done on that. But certainly it interferes with thinking clearly and with remembering short-term on the short term. I can hear the skeptic magazine. Well, this is anecdotal. But where is the I mean is it have there been for example in PubMed studies? Long term studies on let's say cognitive ability and cell cell phone use. Yeah. There have been studies not so much with people, but certainly with laboratory animals where they exposed rats or mice to different frequencies for different lengths of time. And they simply don't function as well as the other animals control animals that aren't exposed. So when it comes to, you know, trying to figure out where the food is an amazing that takes much longer to do that. So there are quite a few studies now that are showing this definitely cognitive impairment. There's physiological evidence of this as well. There's affects on our hormones, and there's effects on our nerves as well. That's been shown both in human and animal studies, and that can interfere with our cognitive ability. If you start having changes in your home on a level, and we noticed that in you know, teenagers that are going through changes as well as people in midlife who are going through hormonal changes. Are there any indications that that radiofrequency radiation? Can make people more aggressive. Interesting. You should say that some of the anxiety is a form of aggression, you know, people because they're just not feeling comfortable they react in different ways. So if you're prone to be aggressive, it can make you more aggressive. But this reminds me of a of a study, we did we actually looked at populations, which isn't, you know, human health, but we're concerned about, you know, the beasts collapsing, the colony collapse disorder and did an experiment where we took some beehives and expose them to cell phone radiation. So we took out, you know, we had a cell phone and a wifi router and put them near one of the beehives and the bees became incredibly aggressive. They swarmed out of that beehive, and they attacked, you know, everyone that was around. Whereas normally, they're really quite placid, you know, insects. They were attacking birds that were flying by attacking a dog. And so definitely made the bees more aggressive and there's evidence with. Birds as well birds. That's put their nests near cellphone antennas. They become very aggressive. And consequently, they don't take care of their youngest. Well, and so there are fewer aches attached to, you know, successfully because of the parents will aggression. So there's definitely evidence in the animal kingdom, and the insect kingdom that aggression is one of the symptoms of exposure to microwave radiation. Now, we don't have a Representative from Eric center and Nokia or or who away here. So I have to sort of ask the questions in their stead. So let me play devil's advocate here if we look at let's say cellular subscriptions over the last. I don't know twenty thirty years. And we look at the number of or or the brain cancer rates over that period. They might say well, brain cancer rates have remained pretty much unchanged over the last four decades as cellular subscriptions have gone have grown substantially higher. First of all is that true. And how would you respond? Okay. First of all, it's not true. There have been number studies. Now, one done in California where they looked at three different cancer registries and found that there's an increase in cancers of of the globe last on the multiple. So this is one of the most aggressive forms of brain tumors. And that particular type of brain tumor is increasing over time from the mid nineteen nineties to about two thousand and I can't remember the exact date when the study ended, but about two thousand and ten or something like that it's been increasing in an incidence in the population in California in the temporal lobe, and the frontal lobe, and that's basically the two lobes of your brain the temporal lobe is right above your temple. And the frontal lobe is is in front of your, you know, your forehead in those two parts of the brain this particular type of brain tumor has been increasing steadily in the California population. According to all. Three cancer registries. And the same thing has been found in the United Kingdom and in England, for example, if you look at just where the where's the brain tumor is and the type of brain tumor, this one type of brain tumors, actually, increasing incidence in the population. If you look at other tumors or tumors in other parts of the brain, you either get up, you know, straight line. So there's no change or you get a downward trend. So when you include all brain tumors and all parts of the brain. Then the evidence isn't there? It's messed it's hidden by you know, the tumors that are actually decreasing, but this one particular type, which is the one that's been identified an epidemiological studies and in the national talks ecology program with rats. So we definitely know that this type of tumors is on the rise. So that statement coming from telecom industry is simply inaccurate. What's the problem here that we have a revolving door between? Let's say the FCC or the while this wouldn't be covered by the FDA, but the FCC and an industry is that one of the problems were definitely, you know, we have we have, you know, the FOX guarding the henhouse, basically, Tom Wheeler who was the head of the the cellular telecom and internet association, see TIAA became head of the FCC, and he was a really strong promoter of five technology. And so when you have the head of the FCC, you know, promoting his industry colleagues so that they can actually make, you know, billions of dollars on this technology, then you've got a real problem because there's no one representing the public in this particular case, also the FCC isn't known for its its health expertise. It's a federal communication commission. That's there too. You know, make sure that there aren't going to be interferences with different parts of the spectrum being sold to different providers. And they're not really there with with expertise on what causes biological effects or health effects. How do other countries or how are other countries a dealing with with five G or even just our f- our in general, for example. I remember reading several years ago that the European parliament had voted to ban the use of wireless internet in in schools. Right. First of all countries have very different guidelines. So the the guidelines very orders of magnitude in different countries with the US and Canada. Unfortunately, being two of the worst countries along with countries like Japan and Great Britain are guideline the FCC guideline for WI fi frequency, for example, is one thousand micro watts per centimeter squared so just consider it one thousand units doesn't really matter. What the unify right now in Russia. And in the former European eastern bloc countries the guideline is ten so it's one hundred times lower than the ones we have in the United States, and in some other countries that like Salzburg Austria, for example. They have a guideline that's even lower than that. It's point one and point zero one point zero zero one depending on whether you're outside inside.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Reno say Hello on Twitter at Richard Sarah S, why because I love you r e double t I knew Bradley Cooper could act, but I didn't know he could sing man. Can he sing maybe it's time? This is a song featured in the movie a star is born. Of course, the reboot of that nineteen seventy-five classic with Chris Chris Christopherson, and Barbara, oh, my gosh was the Barbra Streisand. Thank you, Michael Cosio pack in L A. And do you know that actually who is slated originally to star in the mail? The male part Elvis Presley, can you imagine? But Colonel Tom Parker told him no way. So, hey, there's a really strange mystery noise case coming out of Canada. Have you heard about this? This man has been tormented by a persistent humming sound for over a decade, and it has seemingly followed him from one home to the next. The extraordinary story of Dana new gray reportedly began back in two thousand eight when he noticed an odd sound that he likened to a locomotive diesel engine idling in the distance, which never stopped. Fortunately for him. There were others in his community who also heard the continuous home and the search for the source became a brief media sensation that ultimately proved futile is experience with what has come to be called the Richmond home ended four years later when the gray move nearly two hundred miles away to the city of Edmonton, however, much to his consternation, the beleaguered man story soon took a maddening turn when he settled into his new home, and like a scene from all horror. Film. He heard the sound once more. Musing into himself. Oh, no. Here we go. Again, the gray set out to solve the mystery of the home once and for all you can read all about it. How about the.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Twitter at Richard Sarah S, why because I love you r e double t I knew Bradley Cooper could act, but I didn't know he could sing man. Can he sing? Maybe it's time. This is a song featured in the movie a star is born. Of course, the reboot of that nineteen seventy five classic with Chris, Chris Christopherson and. Barbara. Oh my gosh. ST Barbara Streisand. Thank you, Michael Cosio back in L A. And do you know that actually who is slated originally to star in as the male, the male, part Elvis Presley, can you imagine? But Colonel Tom Parker told him no way. So, hey, there's a really strange mystery noise case coming out of Canada. Have you heard about this? This man has been tormented by persistent. Humming sound for over a decade, and it has seemingly followed him from one home to the next. The extraordinary story of Dana agree reportedly began back in two thousand and eight when he noticed an odd sound that he likened to a locomotive diesel engine idling in the distance, which never stopped. Fortunately for him. There were others in his community. Who also heard the continuous and the search for the source became a brief media sensation that ultimately proved tile is experience with what has come to be called the Richmond. Ended four years later when the gray move nearly two hundred miles away to the city of Edmonton, however, much to his consternation that beleaguered man story soon took a maddening turn when he settled into his new home, and like a scene from all horror film. He heard the sound once more musing him to himself. Oh, no. Here we go. Again, the gray set out to solve the mystery of the home once and for all you can read all about it up at the carousel at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KGO 810

"At Richard Sarah S, why because I love you are e w I knew Bradley Cooper could act, but I didn't know he could sing man. Can he sing? Maybe it's time. This is a song featured in the movie a star is born. Of course, the reboot of that nineteen seventy five classic with Chris, Chris Christopherson and. Barbara. Oh my gosh. Who was the Barbra Streisand? Thank you, Michael Cosio back in LA. And do you know that actually who is slated originally to star in as the male, the male, part Elvis Presley, can you imagine? But Colonel Tom Parker told him no way. So, hey, there's a really strange mystery noise case coming out of Canada. Have you heard about this? This man has been tormented by persistent. Humming sound for over a decade, and it has seemingly followed him from one home to the next. The extraordinary story of Dana reportedly began back in two thousand and eight when he noticed an odd sound that he likened to a locomotive diesel engine idling in the distance, which never stopped. Fortunately for him. There were others in his community who also heard that continuous home and the search for the source became a brief media sensation that ultimately proved futile is experience with what has come to be called the Richmond. Edit four years later when the gray move nearly two hundred miles away to the city of Edmonton, however, much to his consternation the beleaguered man story soon took a maddening turn when he settled into his new home and like scene from all whore. Film. He heard the sound once more musing to himself. Oh, no. Here we go. Again, the gray set out to solve the mystery of the home once and for all you can read all about it up at the.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Say Hello on Twitter at Richard Sarah S, why because I love you r e double t I knew Bradley Cooper could act, but I didn't know he could sing man. Can he sing? Maybe it's time. This is a song featured in the movie a star is born. Of course, the reboot of that nineteen seventy-five classic with Chris, Chris Christopherson and Barbara. Oh my gosh. Barbara streisand. Thank you, Michael Cosio pack in in LA. And do you know that actually who is slated originally to star in as the male, the male, part Elvis Presley, can you imagine? But Colonel Tom Parker told him no way. So, hey, there's a a really strange mystery noise case coming out of Canada. Have you heard about this? This man has been tormented by persistent. Humming sound for over a decade, and it has seemingly followed him from one home to the next. The extraordinary story of Dana negro reportedly began back in two thousand eight when he noticed an odd sound that he likened to a locomotive diesel engine idling in the distance, which never stopped. Fortunately for him. There were others in his community. Who also heard the continuous and the search for the source became a brief media sensation that ultimately proved futile is experience with what has come to be called the Richmond. And it four years later when the gray move nearly two hundred miles away to the city of Edmonton, however, much to his consternation, the beleaguered man story soon took a maddening turn when he settled into his new home, and like a scene from a horror. Film. He heard the sound once more. Musing to himself. Oh, no. Here we go. Again, the gray set out to solve the mystery of the home once and for all you can read all about it up at the carousel at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Friday holiday shoppers racing for the exits on reports of gunfire ended department store, but police responding said they found neither a shooter nor any evidence that shots had been fired. Jack callaghan. This is Fox News. Thanks for inviting me into your home, long-haul, trot, RV camper taxi, your parents well-appointed, rec room with the shag carpeting, wood paneling and the table top hockey said your loft that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast AM. I'm Richard Sarah sitting in for George Noory. And tonight this morning. We're coming to you. Live from coasts, Toronto Canada affiliate in-depth radio. News talk ten ten. Well, someone gave me an early Christmas present a few days ago. The flu. But I have come prepared. I have my wild oregano eggs extract drops, and I have my throat coat med medicinal tea. I have some hot soup. Homemade fo- actually to get me next through the next four hours. And I have you and your wonderful company. Let's not forget that. I may be feeling a chill. But that's nothing compared.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Richard Sarah, s why because I love you r e double t. As Bobbie gentry spelling out a different word, Mississippi, delta. On the evening of July sixteenth, nineteen ninety nine. John F. Kennedy junior died when the airplane. He was flying crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. Approximately seven and a half miles west of Martha's, Vineyard, Massachusetts, Kennedy's wife, Carolyn Bessette and sister-in-law. Lauren Bessette were also on board died on the piper. Saratoga light aircraft had departed from New Jersey's Essex County airport and its intended route was along the coastline of Connecticut and across Rhode Island and Martha's Vineyard airport. The official investigation by the National Transportation Safety board concluded that Kennedy fell victim to spatial disorientating while he was descending over water at night. And consequently lost control of his plane Kennedy did not hold an instrument rating, and therefore he was only certified to fly under visual flight rules at the time of the crash. The weather and light conditions were such that all basic landmarks were obscured making visual flight challenging although legally still permissible. Well, that's the official version of events. Anyway. Forget all that says author researcher John Kerner, he awaits on the other side delay out the evidence for assassination. When coast to coast AM continues right after this..

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

15:15 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KTOK

"K dot com. Last call to the phones on coast to coast AM and open lines Richard Sarah coming to you from coast, Toronto Canada affiliate in-depth radio. News talk ten ten sitting in for George Noory. Let's go west of the Rockies and river City, California. Is it a oral yesterday? Thank you. Thank you. Welcome. I wanted to mention that when a when the son of the infinite visited this planet and the profit that had foretold his birth in Bethlehem also mentioned that his going forth. Goings poor old fourth has been from everlasting. So he had been to many places before he came here to share with you how to live better, and how to become more than you meant even how to become complete as his father is complete and Frankie mentioned on one occasion. He says well in my father's house are many abodes many places to go to. So it's it's a continual progression. That he is that he is presented us with not a regression not Ed returning to the worst buddy moving on to a better life as he said, I've come that. You might have. An abundant life. I mean, that's that's that's the goal. That's put before unanimity. In fact, you said in. My father's house are many are many places to go to and fact one of the prophets had foretold the inner workings of that house. He was showing a structure that had many re personalization chamber is in the structure, and and and the structure had three levels. There was a bottom level. And then it says here that there was an enlarging and a winding upward. My means of a winding staircase that he was also show until it was always in movement upward. And and then it says that and the. The. The. There was a going upward and that increased from the lowest chamber to the highest chamber by means of the middle chamber. So in other words, there are what were presented with. There are reports was Asians. I mean chambers where people would go in and be you might say reborn if you will or reincarnated if you will. But it's always a motion. It's always a movement upward. It's not a returning to the past. All right. So I'm not sure are you are you citing scriptural evidence for reincarnation or against or neither well reincarnation. But it's more of a progressive the progressive carnation. It's not a re-. It's not it's not a it's not a regressive. Incarnation. That is coming back to something that you were before either going forth or going nowhere. Okay. So you're saying that the it is a spiritual evolution on maybe a different plane, but not an incarnation back in corporal body. Boy. Yeah. Because I mean, this lice once lived is is live for better or worse. You know? I mean, why come back and go through the same nonsense again. Well, you're not going through the same nonsense. And I'm I'm not subscribe necessarily subscribing to this. I'm I'm sitting in for their, you know, for the doctor gore, you if you've. Were were to reincarnate back on earth. In a different body is a different person. It's not necessarily. I mean, you're experiencing life from a different situation. Maybe the next time you come back, you're in a wheelchair. Now, you appreciate what it's like to have a disability. The next time. You come back. You're wealthy person. Then you're poor person. And so on and so forth. So you're experiencing life from all different perspectives. Well, of course, that that particular philosophy was developed by people that had no inkling as to what what really was ahead. I mean that the the the sun that came from above that came from above is he kept telling me the people I am from above. He kept telling the people at this time. And and and that's and he said he was going to return to where he had come from. And and of course, he did return. Although some thought that they could end his eternal life. He knew they couldn't do that. Because he said, well, I have the power to lay my life down and take it up again. But he took it up again. And when he finally did return to his two cycles. It was also in a different body because many times they didn't recognize him. And he even on occasion actually pass through pass through the walls of the room the room that they were entered with a closed door. So he was in a different body in a better body, and he was showing his he was even then showing that we can go through a change of body and still not lose personality. I mean, I think the lady that you interviewed some of the things that she was saying we're actually true. But I think this idea of reincarnation is not biblical anyway. Well, that's that's that's my understanding that it is not however, you will have others who swear that. It is it, you know, I it's it would be a good discussion to have within the Christian faith to discuss whether reincarnation is is part of that faith, or whether it's been expunged or whether it was never part of the faith. However or a great call. Thank you so much for checking in from river city. Let's say hi to Barbara in Tallahassee Barbara good morning. Hi there. Hi, thank you so much for taking my call is praying. I would get on. I wanted to mention that. I'm not a case he expert, but I have read a good bit of him. And he was actually a very legitimate Sunday schoolteacher he read the bible every year that he did that was his goal. And he when he went in his chance, he would describe reincarnation, and he can south described reincarnated life where he mentioned it landed in a life in Egypt is priest. Yes, yes, I believe the organized church at one point held a meeting and decided to throw out anything that mentioned reincarnation. However, there are other many face that do mention it and one is the hope he I I had my dances with wolves period. I went out to the zoo, and I've read some books, and I've got one here by sue. But he. Mentioned the Hopi and this relates to the trains humanism you were discussing as well. There. Describes four worlds and what happened to each one. I think it's important with all this going on in this world. We sense there's something coming, and we know something's wrong and kilter you run a little blurb with George seen that. But. What we're getting with all this hatred and evil and media stuff in that? Thing to keep us from really seen and knowing that there is something coming. And the first world of man was attached to Saxon. Even went into beast, geology English destroyed by fire. According to the Hopi, the second world was it with greed money power with destroyed by. The third world misuse technology. And we destroyed by slot. We are in the fourth world if you think of this. We have all three problems. It's true. It's true. Very scary. Sobering thought now I want to pull the boy called me a cute little rich girl. I said, but you don't have any. And I'm not that rich. I said you don't have anything. You can't lose the next day that increase your life. You hope it does not include your immortal soul. We need to be focusing on things like that the people complaining about losing things. I just went through Michael. I heard that people called in and California's called nine one one when they lost their YouTube for twenty four hours we lost our cell phones Keller spillover most people some cell carriers. We've lost our landlines. They were gone. We've lost power. We didn't have TV. And then what's terrible? When you've got incoming twenty eight is the number weather, flew off. So all you can do sit there and listen to static and pray for protection. And I think we need to be focusing on that, and I just had a conversation with the little girl that was a waitress in a restaurant last night. And she said, why am I struggling struggling for things if things got too much stuff, I think with things being burned up and destroyed in that we're getting lessons that stuff is important. You can reincarnate and back. There was one little boy he he came back, and he his mother found out that he had been a black. Female killed in a fire. And he was a white boy these people that are so they need to think the drop these agendas and think that we are all want and that includes animal. All this energy is from God. And it's good. It's all I got. Well, you said a lot. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. A lot of great thoughts. There. Let's say hi to Craig is in Rosarito Mexico. Hi, craig. Good morning. I'm so glad I got through because my soul is at stake. Here. I really enjoyed your interview with Dr Gabor and a couple of events have happened to me recently, you know, the normal things, you know, that would. You know, make cause me to hold onto resentment and even eight but a couple of things have happened that are so unfair. I just I can't even I, you know, I'm worried that I'm not going to be able to go to the light. Because I'm harboring a lot of hate and resentment and one in particular event that happened. If I could briefly say I was arrested after a gentleman tried to run over my dog the police come in. And he said that I threatened his life. It was a one minute nine incident. I come home. I had a friend here just had part of his leg. Amputated the police come in with their guns and arrest me, I live in a nice little beach house here and Rosa will I this was in San Diego. Now, I'm in Rosarito because I really am so down on this country now after this and that was arrested and charged with a felony. And then, you know, I wait all this time to you know, for to get the court. My attorney didn't even cross examine the guy. And this jury was kinda just dumbed down, and it was. Just me. He said she said and after an hour they come out, and he said, I was guilty. I almost dropped dead. Right there. You know, and I'm harboring such deep hatred and resentment that I'm afraid, you know, it's gonna keep me from going to the light when my body dies. You know? Craig let me see if I understand this. You're in San Diego when this happened. And then as a result, you fled to Rosarito Mexico. No, I am not fleeing. I'm allowed to be here. Well, I I mean, I mean, you just you you got the heck out of dodge because you were so fed up with what happened to you that you you left San Diego. That's where it happened. Right. I'm waiting to be sentenced, Richard. And I'm going to try to get a new trial. So I need a good attorney, and I didn't do anything and they're trying to charge them. Well, they charge me with the felony. It's unbelievable. And, you know, besides saying, you know, just let it go in these kinds of things. This is a really deep problem for me to let go of like, well, let me let me ask you something hurt. Hang on. You're charged with a felony in San Diego. And and yet you are now living in Mexico. How does that happen? Well, not living. I'm vacationing there. I have a house in San Diego. I am going back for the sentencing. Yeah. But how is it you're so as part of your arraignment you were allowed to leave. Yeah. I was never I was just arrested for the day. Thank God did judges didn't put me in handcuffs that day. I thought it was a formality just to get a not guilty plea. I was just shocked. So I have that situation. I'm trying to get a new trial right now and more money. And you know, I'm a generous nice guy. And I just some of these saying don't give up yet. Don't give up Craig. I mean, the, you know, you'll find a lawyer, you sometimes we have to have faith in the system. Most most of the time, I think it works. You know, it's we often think about freedom in terms of democracy. But it's not democracy that gives us our freedom. It's the rule of law, and at least in the United States. Now. This idea of equality equality is is equality before. The law has nothing to do with the quality of outcomes. It's about equality before the law. You've got a chance at least get yourself, a good lawyer, and you know. Let's see what happens before you before. You're you're you're gonna throw in the towel here. You may have a good outcome. Joe? If there's Justice Justice will prevail. We've got to believe that we've got a hold onto that. Craig rather? Sorry. I hope I hope for a positive outcome for you, Craig. But don't give up. That's the main thing. We've got a pretty good system any states. And sometimes it doesn't work out the way it should. But a lot of the time. Probably most of the time it does. And you're not going to get that fair shake and a lot of other countries. Maybe not even in Mexico. Let's see let's say hi to Bob in Texas. A first time caller. Hey, bob. Bob talking with you. Likewise. Welcome aboard. Thank you. I I'm a medium and..

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. Last call to the phones on coast to coast AM and open lines Richard Sarah coming to you from coast, Toronto Canada affiliate in-depth radio. News talk ten ten sitting in for George Noory. Let's go west of the Rockies and river city. California is a oil is. Hey, thank you. Thank you. Welcome. Wanted to mention that when a Wendy's son of the instrument visited this planet, and the prophet that had foretold his version in Bethlehem also mentioned that his going forth goings portal fourth has been from everlasting. So he had been to many places before he came here to hear you manage how to live better, and how to become more than you, many even how to become complete as is folly risk complete and practicum mentioned on one occasion, he says well in my father's house are many abodes many places to go to. So it's it's a continual progression. That he is that he is presented us with not a regression not returning to the worst putting moving on to a better life as he said, I've come that. You might have. An abundant life. I mean, that's that's that's the goal. That's put before unanimity. In fact, he stayed in. My father's house for many many places to go to and fact, one of the prophets had foretold the inner workings of that house. He was showing a structure that had many repairs finalisation chambers in the structure, and and and the structure had three levels the bottom level. And then it says here that there was unin large and a winding upward by means of a winding staircase that he was also showing so it was always in movement upward. And and then it says that and the. The the there was a there was a going upward, and that increased from the lowest chamber to the highest chamber by means of the middle chamber. So in other words, there are what we're presented with. There are reprisal. Nations. I mean chambers where people would go in and be you might say reborn if you will or reincarnated if you will. But it's always a motion. It's always a movement upward is not a returning to the past. All right. So I'm not sure are you are you citing scriptural evidence for reincarnation or against or neither reincarnation, but it's more of a progressive progressive carnation. It's not a re-. It's not it's not a it's not a regressive. Incarnation. That is coming back to something that you were before it's either going for for going nowhere. Okay. So you're saying that the it is a spiritual evolution on maybe a different plane, but not an incarnation back in corP body. Because mean this lies once lived is is live for better or worse. You know? I mean, why come back and go through the same nonsense. Again, you're not going through the same nonsense. And I'm I'm not necessarily subscribing to this. I'm I'm sitting in for their, you know, for Dr bore you. You would were to reincarnate back on earth. In a different body is a different person. It's not necessarily. I mean, you're experiencing life from a different situation may be the next time. You come back you're in a wheelchair. Now, you appreciate what it's like to have a disability. The next time. You come back. You're wealthy person. Then you're poor person. And so on and so forth. So you're experiencing life from all different perspectives. Well, of course, that that particular philosophy was developed by people that had no inkling as to what what really was a head. I mean that the the the sun that came from above that came from above as he kept telling you the people I am from above. He he kept telling the people at this time. And and and that's and he said he was going to return to where he had come from. And and of course, he did return. Although some thought that they could end his eternal life. He knew they couldn't do that. Because he said, well, I have the power to lay my life down and take it up again. But he took it up again. And when he finally did return to his disciples. It was also in a different body because many times they didn't recognize him. He even on occasion actually pass through pass through the walls of the room the room that they were injured with a closed door. So he was in a different body in a better body, and he was showing his he was a even then showing that we can go through a change of body and still not lose personality. I mean, I think the lady that you interviewed some of the things that you were saying we're actually true. But I think this idea of reincarnation is not biblical anyway. Well, that's that's that's my understanding that it is not however, you will have others who swear that. It is it, you know, I it's it would be a good discussion to have within the the Christian. Faith to discuss whether reincarnation is is part of that faith, or whether it's been expunged or whether it was never part of the faith. However, a or a great call. Thank you so much for checking in from river city. Let's say hi to Barbara in Tallahassee Barbara good morning. Richard. Hi there. Hi, thank you so much for taking my crawlers praying get on. I wanted to mention that. I'm not a case yet for that. I have read a good bit of him. And he was actually a very rigid. Sunday school teacher. He read the bible every year that he did that was this goal. And he when he went in his chance, he would describe reincarnation, and he described reincarnated life where he mentioned it landed in a life in Egypt is priest. Yes, yes, I believe the organized church at one point held a meeting and decided to throw out anything that mentioned reincarnation. However, there are other many face that do mention it and one is Hopi. I I had my dances with wolves period. I went out to the new. And I've read some books, and I've got one here by sue. But he mentions the Hopi and this relates to the twins humanism you were discussing as well. There. Describes four worlds and what happened to each one. I think it's important with all that's going on in this world. We sense there's something coming, and we know something's wrong and kilter you run a little blurb with George Dana. But. What we're getting with all this hatred and evil and media stuff in that smokescreen to keep us from really seen and knowing that there is something coming in the first world of man was obsessed. The Saxon even went into geology destroyed by fire. According to the Hopi, the second world was it with greed money power with destroyed by. Ice the third world misuse technology. And was destroyed by flood. We are in the fourth world. If you think of this. We have all three problems. It's true. Very sobering. Thought. Boy that called me a cute little rich girl. I. But you don't have any and I'm not cute. And it wasn't that rich. I said you don't have anything. You can't lose the next day that increase your life. You hope it does not include your immortal soul, we need to be focusing on things like that the people complaining about losing things. I just went through Michael. No, I heard that people called in and California's called nine one one when they lost their YouTube for twenty four hours we lost our cell phones Keller spillover most people some cell carriers. We lost our landline. They were gone we've often Palo. We didn't have TV and then with terrible when you've got incoming tornadoes the Noah weather, flew off. So all you can do sit there and listen to static and Craig for protection. Got. And I think we need to be focusing on that, and I just had a conversation with the little girl that was a waitress in a restaurant last night. And she said, why am I struggling struggling for things? Things got much stuff. I think with things being burned up and destroyed in that we're getting lessons that stuff is important you can reincarnate income back. There was one little boy he he came back. And he his mother found out that he had been a black female to killed in a fire. And he was a whiteboard these people that are so they need to think the draft these agendas and think that we are all want. All this energy is from God. And it's good. Well, you said a lot. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. A lot of great thoughts. There. Let's say hi to Craig is in Rosarito Mexico. Hi, Craig good morning. I'm so glad I got through because my soul is at stake. Here. I really enjoyed your interview with Dr Gabor and a couple of events have happened to me recently, you know, the normal things that would, you know, make caused me to hold on the resentment. And even hey, but a couple of things have happened that are so unfair that I just I can't even I, you know. Worried that I'm not going to be able to go to the light because I'm harboring a lot of hate and resentment and one in particular event that happened. If I could briefly say I was arrested after gentleman tried to run over my dog. The police come in. And he said that I threatened his life. It was a one minute non-incident. I come home. I had a friend here just had part of his leg. Amputated the police come in with their guns and arresting I live in a nice little beach house here. And it will I had this was in San Diego now in Rosarito because I really I'm so down on this country now after this and that was arrested and charged with felony. And then, you know, I wait all this time to you know, for to get to court. My attorney didn't even cross examine the guy. And this jury was kinda just dumbed down, and it was just me. He said she said and effort, our they come out, and he said, I was guilty. I almost dropped dead right there. You know, and I'm harboring such deep hatred and resentment that I'm afraid, you know, what's gonna keep me from going to the light when my body dies. You know? Craig? Understand this you're in San Diego when this happened. And then as a result, you fled to Rosarito Mexico. No, I I'm not fleeing. I'm allowed to be here. Well, I I mean, I mean, you just you you got the heck out of dodge because you were so fed up with what happened to you that you you left San Diego. That's where it happened. Right. I'm waiting to be sentenced, Richard. And I'm going to try to get a new trial. So I need a good attorney, and I didn't do anything, and they're trying to charge will they charge me with the felony. It's unbelievable. And you know, the sites saying, you know, just let it go. And these kinds of things this is a really deep problem for me to let go by. Well, let me let me ask you something hurt. Hang on. You were charged with a felony in San Diego. And and yet you are now living in Mexico. How does that happen? Well, not living. I'm vacationing there. I have a house in San Diego. I am going back for the sentencing. Yeah. But how is it you were? So as part of your. Arraignment? You were allowed to leave. Yeah. I was never I was just arrested for the day. Thank God did judges didn't put me in handcuffs that day. I thought it was a formality just to get a not guilty plea. I was just shocked. So I have that situation. I'm trying to get a new trial right now and more money. And you know, I'm a generous nice guy. And I just some of these things don't give up yet. Don't give up Craig. I mean, you know, you'll find a lawyer you sometimes we have to have faith in the system. Most most of the time, I think it works. You know, it's we often think about freedom in terms of democracy. But it's not democracy that gives us our freedom. It's the rule of law, and at least in the United States. You know, this idea of equality equality is is equality before. The law has nothing to do with the quality of outcomes. It's about equality before the law. You've got a chance at least get yourself a good lawyer. And let's see what happens before you. You know, before you're you're you're gonna throw in the towel here. You may have a good outcome. Joe? If if there's Justice Justice will prevail. We've got to believe that we've got to hold onto that Craig rather. Sorry. I hope I hope for a positive outcome for you, Craig. But don't give up. That's the main thing. We've got a pretty good system any states. And sometimes it doesn't work out the way it should. But a lot of the time. Probably most of the time it does. And you're not gonna get that fair shake and a lot of other countries. Maybe not even in Mexico. Let's see let's say hi to Bob in Texas. A first time caller. Hey, bob. Bob talking with you. Likewise. Welcome aboard. Thank you. I I'm a medium and..

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"richard sarah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

15:46 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"With Richard. Sarah's captain Randy Kramer stays with us. And we have opened up the phone lines. And before we go to Gerald in Ohio. I wanted to ask you captain Kramer about Gary. Mckinnon the Scottish systems analysts who hacked the Pentagon computers and. Sort of blew the whistle on deep space platforms in a secret space program and so forth. How much of what he revealed was accurate in how much of what he revealed was. I guess what was he being used as a sigh op is that? What is what I'm asking? The question is certainly come up whether or not somebody wanted him to find that information, whether they were package in it in such a way, as you know, for someone to who would hack in and be able to find that information. But there's also some pretty interesting to evidence from people who. No, MR McKinnon and his process that he was pretty much, you know, randomly hacking these government systems at a time when very few people were able to do so had the intelligence to know what numbers to call because I mean, a lot of these systems were Hackel from outside phone lines. If you happen to have the phone number that you could get you into the system that could get you on into the system through an outward phone line heart. I would say that none of those systems are acceptable through just somebody calling up an outside phone number nowadays they're much tighter than that. But at the time. That was possible. So there's certainly some question there. But I would say. The the information that he had appears to be accurate appears to have been accurate at that time. Continuing along in this sort of this show a stream I wanted to get your thoughts on Tom delong and Robert Bigelow and an academy to the stars and their efforts to bring about disclosure are they part of this disinformation campaign are they are they on the same team? What's happening there? I couldn't tell you exactly because I don't know, you know, where every source of money funding information tolerance, or where every string that could be pulled as being pulled in those lines a community education. But I would say that most parties working as that sort of bridge between civilian and covert military intelligence. Most of those people I would say have in some shape or form the interest of some kind of disclosure exactly what kind of disclosure how what wearing win is all very questionable and different based on preferences of agendas. But I'd say that the majority of those people want to see some kind of disclosure because again, they understand the basis of the model that it has to happen. If we don't do it sometime soon, we're going to be doing detriment. Don't harm to society civilization on the planet at large in society at large and most of those people simply understand that it has to happen. I'm not saying that they can't get monkey wrench either. From the inside by somebody along the way. And I'm Tom delong great guys far as I understand. But they seem to be having some serious financial troubles at the moment that may have been orchestrated may have been sort of. Hey, we're going to give you some funding, and then yank we're now we're going to take it all away and kind of leaving everybody in the lurch and potentially Evaporating the entire organization over money shortfalls because somebody decided to stop their funding. My concern is people are starting to get disclosure fatigue. You know what? I mean. We sure teased and yeah. Yeah. What are your thoughts? I mean, how do we counteract that? Unfortunately, if you wanna talk about like, we as, you know, a civilian movement of the populace, a we the people there's not much that we can do at the moment about it. It's going to happen one way or another and how that happens is really not up to me, and it's not up to you. And it's not up to the pretty much the people listening in the audience here. Unfortunately, we wish it was more of a democratic choice. Where people really got a say in that we truly do we think that that would be more ethically and moral correct thing to do, but the way it stands right now. There's a number of different ways. Some very powerful groups of people have been talking about how they want to roll through this and how they want to roll it out whether they want to do it. Call and peaceably or whether they wanna have a hoax, invasion and roll it out that way with a bad guy. Alien and a good guy alien, and then, you know, have that sort of worked out in a melodrama. You know scenario in which we're all, you know, led by the nose to that process. And exactly how that works out. Exactly how that's going to happen. It's not for me to say or unfortunately for you or most of the general public to say it's going to happen one way or the I would say, it's our best. Duty to be prepared for just what's going to happen when it happened. So I totally get I'm. I have the same fatigue. Believe me every time. Someone tells me, oh, you know, something's going to happen. And I'm like, oh, okay. I'm waiting for it. And then we pass a date. Nothing happens. Like, all right. Well, that was just another either. A flash of light. That's a ruse or just something that didn't quite work out because a number of times throughout the last couple of decades we've had situations where people really were about ready to try and make something happen. And then, you know, something happened that caused a bunch of people to change their mind or enough key players to change their mind that they put the stop on. It said not not let's actually change your mind and not do that right now. Let's you know, process. That's for another. Couple years. Let's go down this road for another couple of years. And then see where we are. So it's an ever changing process. I'm as frustrated as anybody by that believe me because I know enough to know that it's an inevitability, and that inevitability means that sometime between now and the next decade will they will have to be some form of disclosure that we understand that there's extraterrestrial life, and that we have some technology exchange from advanced species to our on whether that happens this week or ten years from now or wherever it might happen in between. Is just. Questionable to a lot of factors. There's just a lot of factors that plan on. Man, exactly. And how exactly that's gonna roll out? But it's an inevitability. There's just no way that we can continue to say, there's no such thing as extraterrestrials technologically advanced extraterrestrials visiting planet earth, and there's no way that the military intelligence complex doesn't have information about it. And there's no way that we haven't made some progress with that it's all going to depend on exactly how they wanna tell that narrative, which could be any variation of a hundred percent of the truth to five percent of the truth and ninety five percent falsehood is compared to what is actually going on. But it the inevitability of it happening within the next decade is going to happen that that much we can say for sure. Don't you think that the good news of the, you know, the technological advancements since Ionics and cures for everything and regenerating limbs, and and and so forth is going to be tampered significantly by the news that all of the misery. That's been perpetrated on planet earth for centuries and centuries and centuries by the elites is being perpetrated again in in Mars, and we're gonna continue to spread that that misery throughout the galaxy. Is that the future? Well, let's hope not. And again, that's probably why the narrative is going to be controlled at first, and it's not going to be the truth, the whole truth and nothing, but the truth is going to be some version of a little bit of truth with a bunch of denials. You know, what we don't do anything about that? So I would expect it there. It's not going to be a clean break. It's not even going to be, you know, a clean step over a line where there's this sort of before disclosure after disclosure kind of situation where it's all the information at once. I think it's going to be bits and pieces of information. But once the information starts to flow, it's going to be difficult to completely and totally control, and and stamp out the truth. So we think that once you just get your foot in the door as it as it were. And we can start talking about you know, that there is advanced extraterrestrial intelligence with technology that is visiting us, and we can get past that narrative when we can get past that conversation. And then it allows for a lot of other conversations to a purse. So we think that once you get that first couple of steps going the rest of it will come fairly quickly and not nearly as quickly as most people are going to want or be happy about. But in terms of how long it's been dragging out for the past seven decades in it'll seem fairly quickly Gerald is in Maxwell, Gerald, welcome to the conspiracy show is at Maxwell, Ontario. Yes. It is. Gerald, welcome. Terrific. Thank you. You have a question for captain Kramer. Yes. They do. I watched total recall. Now. And you said tonight. Perfectly wizard movies now. Hollywood anywhere close to what you experienced. You know story line sometimes gets pretty close to the truth. Production value may is whereas where we're gonna sometimes partways on on what's truth or fiction, and I will spend an American government. Yes. I can understand that. All right. Let's Randy respond. So just finish your thought on that. Randy at one of the interesting things about total recall is that of course, you're referring to the first version of that movie that was done back in. I wanna say the early nineties, which is the one with Arnold Schwarzenegger. And then there's a newer version of that film with some different actors that has completely different Backdropped at this scenario doesn't take place on Mars it takes place solely on planet earth. And it has way more to do with this separation of again, this sort of advanced. Part of the civilization this very poor. You know, technologically decrepit part of the civilization, but the original story, which that's based on is actually the second movie, not the first one. So the first one where they decided to put all this stuff about Mars into it. That's plausible deniability for a lot of people where they knew that at some point. They were going to start hearing people who had been there who are going to start having memory recall, and we're gonna have start having total recall at some point, they even that's even a term that we use to describe getting all of your memories back that that was going to happen at some point. And so they wanted this plausible deniability. So that they could say if so at first with someone like myself, you know, spending the story the way that I do someone could say dude, you've just seen total recall too many times because that's plausible. Ability, even though original again, the original story had nothing at route that sorry. Go ahead. Another question now. Go ahead, Gerald. Yes. Gerald this bird nosy is possible on earth. Now, they can replace earn memories were something completely different. And what we remember? This is what you're saying. Yes. And no, I mean, it's a complicated technological process you it's not so simple. As to just pick somebody up off the sidewalk and sit them in a chair. You know, what the hairdryer kind of device on top of it? And completely changed their memories. It's not that simple. It's a lot more convoluted. If you wanna really really really try and change what someone thinks actually happened and what their their actual memories are which screened memories are earn holographic memories or even artificial neurons and things like that that they can use. There can be a really involved process. If you're really trying to cover up some memories are trying to hide some actual memories. It's certainly not cost effective to do that with every single person in the civilian population. And only really serves a purpose to use that with select personnel who have way more information in their head. They consider to be, you know, secure or safe to have those people walking around with that information readily available. So it fall. Memories and screen memories or implanted in people who are leave the service who have tons of classified information and their mind that they don't want them, you know, leaking out or talking about. But it's not something that they can just go around, and, you know, take an entire population and a metropolitan city and wiper change everybody's memories or make them all think, you know, or believe that a certain thing occurred await certain way because that's just not technologically feasible. So something you can do to individuals specifically specific reasons, but it's not the kind of technology, you can wave, you know, a technological wand of any kind and and due to a mass number of people across a metropolitan area and conquer across a nation or a country, Gerald thank you for that. Frank is in Toronto Frank good morning. Welcome to to the conspiracy show. Well, I got a conflicting. Information on Mars like like, I I like to start off by saying I do believe we had there was a possible civilization there. Because I've seen those those Nassau photos of the of the pyramid in the face, right? But I've also heard that Zine on the gas Zine on is was was found on Mars, which can only be produced through thermonuclear explosion point was completely obliterated. And now, you're telling us if it's true. I mean, I don't know. But but you're saying did their species. Ecosystem or what did he breathing? What are they eating? Do. Nothing grows. Right. There's no there's no atmosphere there. There's no well, wait till you hear this. Wait till you hear this captain. You wanna fill them in on the forests growing on Mars. And how were you getting there, by the way? Okay. Let's one thing at a time. What about well? Nastase revealed that there is water on Mars, but you've gone one step further. You're saying that photographs clearly show there are trees growing on Mars, which has me up a tree because like like Frank I thought there was no atmosphere on Mars are you with Randy? Did we lose Randy? I think we did. All right. We'll we'll get back. Let's.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"With Richard Sarah We, are back with Joe, horn co author of time. Bomb genocide of deadly processed. Foods, and national health epidemic more pervasive than anyone imagined give us, a a website Joe where people can can find this. Book learn more about it learn more about you or, right before the break Richard you mentioned that folks need to. Do their own research and that may be true in part specific to their area but I do want to. Remind listeners that that is precisely what the time bomb book was written to accomplish it is, the field guide that you can take with you walk straight into a grocery store flip to the part and timebomb where it talks about the label game and reference it for how to read and interpret the label so that you know whether or, not a product is safe. Or whether it's got a bunch of garbage in it that's going to harm. You it also has tips and techniques to finding, the right healthcare path for you one that hopefully fits your budget. And your lifestyle as well as how to shop and and and even some tips if you, wanna go all the way into creating a small Space garden it is, the field guide that, will arm folks, with where, to start and how, to find the right path. To finding clean groceries and. The, right kind of healthcare and the gut brain connection we deal, with autoimmune disease we deal with how to begin reversing. The damage that's been done the gut and how to, domino these other things that you might be suffering with terms. Of finding the name of a grocery store but I just I do wanna mention chapter eleven is label game. And here's something interesting I just wanna throw this up quickly in two thousand and eight Michael, Palin wrote an article encouraging consumers to limit their purchases to food products that include no more than five ingredients and no ingredients with names that can't be pronounced that's kind of a nice simple rule for people to remember that is an excellent rule, and it's one of the. Ones that I'm constantly telling folks to say hey in three minutes tell me. Where can I start I tell them if you, go to a grocery store and you pick, up a product and. When you flip that product over its got a really long And you can't pronounce the words put it, back on the shelf because. It's a label. Game and it is almost certainly filled with stuff that's not going to be good for you and what that's going to do Richard is it's gonna drive you to buying simpler ingredients that you're. Going to have to cook. Things like black beans Brown rice is this making sense oh yes simple ingredients that drive you back to an era where we don't have this convenient commodity lifestyle built around garbage foods that didn't allow. Us to to to pursue all the, other things that we do, with all the rest. Of our time but getting back to an era of of of. Cooking for ourselves and putting, some thought into what we put into our body there's also a lot of information in time bomb about how to do that if people. Want to get a copy they can get it anywhere fine. Books are sold so you. Can.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Richard sarah is he'll be fully end for me with a special guest on english literature off of course by those friday night into saturday morning open lines remember to lock the door too when coast to coast am is on the show begins at midnight on thunder radio cbs news update house democratic whip steny hoyer said today that he believes there was a consensus on an immigration bill that had enough republican votes to pass until the leadership convinced supporters would not have helped the dreamers there is a bipartisan bill and i challenge the majority leader i said there were two hundred and forty votes you need to eighteen two hundred and forty votes for the heard agwu larr bill bring it to the floor texas republican senators ted cruz and john cornyn of toward immigration children's detention facilities in west texas they're co sponsoring a bill to keep families together and stop the separation of children and their parents at the border cornyn says catch and release is the wrong solution zero tolerance means we enforce the laws that are on the books if you don't have a zero tolerance program that means you have a tolerance program meaning tolerate illegal immigration cbs news updates i'm gary nunn you're listening to the rick and bubba show the.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now kfi am six hundred forty more stimulating talk and welcome back to coast to coast we are ready to launch into two hours excuse me of open lines and i just wanted to share this tweet with you that i received at richard sarah and it's from jeff reading he says don't forget the jimi hendrix frank marino connection and i think jeff called in to coast to coast oh last year when i had a psychic on who believed that she was in communication with the ghost of june or the spirit of jimi hendrix when she was living on the street here in toronto and i think it was jeff who called in and and wanted to know about frank marino or offered up the story but frank marino frank marino is often compared to jimi hendrix some said he was the reincarnation of jimi hendrix which wouldn't be possible just because of you know the marino is was alive when hendrix was alive but he was the guitarist with a canadian band called mahogany rush and i think at a montreal i could be mistaken but anyway i believe jeff if i'm not if i'm remembering this correctly there was a period when marino was hospitalized for an extended period of time and he he believed that hendrix had possessed him something like that anyway if i've got it wrong i know you'll correct me and this can cause someone to feel suddenly ill or or to to run into a streak of bad luck yeah.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And welcome back to coast to coast we are ready to launch into two hours excuse me of open lines and i just wanted to share this tweet with you on that i received at richard sarah and it's from jeff reading he says don't forget the jimi hendrix frank marino connection and i think jeff called in to coast to coast oh last year when i had a psychic on who believed that she was in communication with the ghost of the spirit of jimi hendrix when she was living on the street here in toronto and i think it was jeff called in and wanted to know about frank marino or offered up the story about frank marino frank marino is often compared to jimi hendrix some said he was the reincarnation of jimi hendrix which wouldn't be possible just because of you know the marino is was alive when hendrix was alive but he was the guitarist with a canadian band called mahogany rush and i think they're had a montreal i could be mistaken but anyway i believe jeff if i'm not if i'm remembering this correctly there was a period when marino was hospitalized for an extended period of time and he he believed that hendrix had possessed him something like that anyway if i've got it wrong i know you'll correct me and this can cause someone to feel suddenly ill or or to to run into a streak of bad luck yeah.

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"richard sarah" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"richard sarah" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Other great summertime tradition one that is often conducted around a campfire but the radio is kind of an electronic campfire if you well i'm talking about storytelling specifically your stories go stories ufo and big footing counters so i'm asking you to get out those fabulous otherworldly yarns and polished them up feel free to practise in front of a mirror if it helps we have carved out an hour of open lines to take us to the finish line and street on till mourning that's our four coming up in our one yes americans love baseball i guess that's why the season goes on for a hundred and sixty two 62 games plus the playoffs but americans also seemed to love their politics there's always an election happening somewhere we just barely survived a knockdown draggedout fight for the white house in already were gearing up for the midterm elections in 2018 the campaigning never stops joseph bachman is running on the libertarian ticket hoping to win a seat in the us house of representatives four utah's third congressional district and his campaign will include the usual libertarian fair you know like personal freedom and lower taxes smaller government but to that add one more plank joseph buck men is calling on the federal government to reveal whether it has information about extraterrestrials the ufo disclosure candidate joseph bachman is next maybe all politicians should pay more attention to baseball remember the words of major league baseball's wonderful oddball picture bill space manley who said baseball is the belly button of our society straight no baseball and you straighten out the rest of the world come on in weary traveller hang your cloak on a pay grab a stool income gather round the fire there are stories to be told in you are among france i'm richard sarah you're listening to coast to coast am why don't you stay awhile.

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