Mark 4: 24-25 NLT

everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every
secret will be brought to light.
with ears to hear should listen and understand.”
Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more
understanding you will be given
—and you will receive even more.
those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given
But for those
who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken
away from them.”

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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Prophecy in the News- TV Program: Sounds Out of Heaven?

Have you heard about the strange sounds popping up all over the world? Blaring trumpets; beautiful singing; even crashing locomotives with nothing in sight! Gary and Bob discuss the YouTube sensations that have entire towns on high alert. Is God’s Creation groaning? Do the supernatural events that Josephus recorded in 70 AD give us a hint what’s ahead?

Saturday, June 23, 2012

06/07/12 Acceleration Radio with L.A Marzulli, GuestDavid Weatherly – author of The Black Eyed Children!

David Weatherly – author of The Black Eyed Children!
This fascinating book is a detailed study of the phenomena known as the BEKs, or Black Eyed Kids. These strange beings are appearing around the world, knocking on doors, tapping on windows and demanding entrance.
Are they demons, Alien Hybrids, or something else from a sinister corner of the paranormal?

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Catastrophic Events Fukushima Special - 06-16-2012 (Coast To Coast AM) 2 hours plus
Host:John B. Wells
Guests:Arnie Gundersen, David Blume, Dr. John Apsley, Dr. Theresa Dale
John B. Wells welcomed various experts in nuclear power, energy, and health for a discussion on the Fukushima nuclear accident and how the disaster may affect our health and environment.
First up, nuclear engineering expert Arnie Gundersen commented on recent news that bluefin tuna caught off the coast of California were found to have radioactive contamination from last year's Fukushima accident. "They went fifteen for fifteen... that basically means that every tuna in the Pacific now is carrying cesium-134 and 137," he reported. Gundersen expressed concern over the rush to get nuclear units in Japan running again before safety modifications are put into place. Even when you safely shut down a nuclear reactor, about 5% of the heat never goes away, he explained, adding that in the case of Fukushima 5% represents 150,000 horsepower worth of heat. If that heat isn't dealt with on a continual basis, a meltdown is possible, he noted. Gundersen also talked about the astronomical amount of radiation in spent fuel rods, pointing out that the radiation in the fuel pool in Fukushima's Unit 4 is equal to all of the cesium exploded during the 700 above ground nuclear tests the United States did in the 60s and 70s. He suggested spent nuclear fuel rods be stored in heavily shielded dry casks.
Next, ecological biologist and advocate for alcohol-based fuel, David Blume, spoke about the history and problems with nuclear power, as well as possible alternative sources. Atomic energy was born out of the U.S. military's desire to produce material for its nuclear weapons program, he said. Heat is a by-product of nuclear reactions and can be used to make steam and generate electricity, Blume explained. "Using nuclear energy to make steam is the least intelligent way to boil water we've ever come up with," he added. Blume proposed shutting down all nuclear reactors, as they violate a basic tenant of ecology and good energy production: never use a resource that destroys other things in its use. In the case of nuclear energy, there is not only real danger from a meltdown but also from the waste which remains radioactive for 250,000 years, he continued. Blume wondered how humanity would keep track of where it is stored over the millennia. He proposed using alcohol from corn and other plants to provide fuel for cars, heating, lighting, and electrical generation, as it burns clean and is biodegradable.
Dr. John Apsley appeared in the third hour to report on the far-reaching effects of radiation in the environment. The problem with radioactive contamination is that it sticks around for so long and accumulates in food sources, he explained, noting the fallout from the Fukushima disaster that blanketed the U.S. West Coast was magnitudes higher than anyone expected. It will effect North America for three centuries, Apsley added. He estimated the Fukushima disaster will ultimately be to blame for the deaths of one to seven million people over the next 20 years, and perhaps even more. Low doses of radiation amplify toxins in environment that cause cancer and other diseases, he said. Apsley recommended smoothies made from select mushroom blends and whey (from the East Coast or New Zealand) to counteract the negative health consequences of radiation in the body. He also revealed how Japan is ruining their food supply of seaweed and fish by dumping radioactive waste into their waters, as well as how the island nation has been in talks with China and Russia for land to evacuate up to half of their population to should Fukushima Unit 4 fail.
Fourth hour guest, naturopathic doctor Theresa Dale, shared her personal experience with radiation poisoning and how she learned to heal it. Dale was studying in Europe when the Chernobyl plant blew up in 1986. "I got very sick and I didn't know why," she recalled, noting that the disaster was kept from the public for a two week period because of tourism concerns. According to Dale, a physicist she worked with tested her with electrodiagnosis and determined that she had radiation sickness. Switzerland was one of the only countries in Europe honestly reporting on the disaster and its impact, so I moved there to begin healing, she continued. Two months later and slightly healthier, Dale said she returned to the U.S., where she embarked on an 8-month healing regime. In light of the Fukushima disaster and still unknown long-term effects on the environment, Dale recommended an organic vegan diet, soaking vegetables and fruit for 15 minutes in clean water with a 1/4 teaspoon of 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide (to remove pesticides and radiation), iodine to protect the thyroid, niacin to help the liver repair itself, detoxification saunas, and her own homeopathic formula to neutralize radiation in the body. "I can tell you that you can get [radiation] out, but you have to act," she declared.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

OFFICIAL DISCLOSURE - Is official disclosure of alien contact near? / Do world authorities know something about ET they are not telling us? / Are angels or demons involved? over 1 hour

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Posted: 8:20 am EasternBy Donna Anderson

In January, The Royal Society, the national academy of science of the UK and the Commonwealth hosted representatives from NASA, the European Space Agency and the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs, during its 350th anniversary celebration. The event offered some dizzying intellects in the featured discussion, "The Detection Of Extraterrestrial Life and the Consequences for Science and Society." Lord Martin Rees, President of the Royal Society and Astronomer Royal, announced that aliens may be "staring us in the face" in a form humans are unable to recognize. Other speakers used words like "overwhelming evidence" and "unprecedented proof" to signify how close we are to making irrefutable discovery of alien life. Some, like Simon Conway Morris, professor of evolutionary paleobiology at Cambridge University, worried that contact with these unknowns might not be a good thing. "Extra-terrestrials might not only resemble us but have our foibles, such as greed, violence and a tendency to exploit others' resources," he said. "And while aliens could come in peace they are quite as likely to be searching for somewhere to live, and to help themselves to water, minerals and fuel."

Vatican astronomers likewise weighed in on this question, "Are we alone in the Universe," and their top scholars hinted that discovery of alien life, including intelligent life, might be made in the near future. Father Jose Gabriel Funes in a long interview with the L'Osservatore Romano newspaper said there is a certain possibility of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe, and that such notion "doesn't contradict our faith." Another Vatican astronomer, Guy Consolmagno concluded that chances are better than not that mankind is facing a near-future discovery of extraterrestrial intelligence (Monsignor Corrado Balducci even went so far a few years ago to suggest that aliens were already interacting with earth and that some of the Vatican's leaders are aware of it).

"How can we rule out that life may have developed elsewhere," asked Funes. "Just as we consider earthly creatures as 'a brother,' and 'sister,' why should we not talk about an 'extraterrestrial brother'? It would still be part of creation."

Muslim and Jewish leaders joined Funes to say their religion could accommodate an ET reality, while a scholar for the Russian Orthodoxy excluded the possibility of extraterrestrial intelligence.

The question of how the world's political and religious communities would respond if suddenly faced with visitors from beyond is something world religions and even the US Government has studied. Paul Davies of The Atlantic Monthly wrote in 2003 that the discovery of even a single bacterium somewhere beyond Earth could force mankind to revise its understanding of who we are and where we fit into the cosmic scheme of things. Davies speculated that such a find could throw the human race into a spiritual identity crisis that could leave some gasping for faith in God.

Evidently things have changed since 2003. Recent polls show a majority of people believe ET disclosure would not challenge their faith in God, findings supported by a study at the University of California, Berkeley in 2008. A Reuters Ipsos poll of 23,000 adults in 22 countries taken in April, 2010 found similar responses, adding that more than 40 percent of people from India and China believe aliens are already here and are walking among us disguised as humans.

Professor Anthony Tambasco of Georgetown University not only believes the world is ready for ET, but responding to NASA's recent press releases about life potentially existing on Mars, said that if the discovery of life is substantiated, "it will not unravel traditional biblical convictions, but rather provide an opportunity to enlarge or broaden them."

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In a related CCN article, Sayyid Syeed of the Islamic Society of North America said, "Most Muslims would also welcome the discovery of life off of Earth." The Koran refers to Allah as the God of 'worlds,' he said, not just one world.

Rabbi James Ruden of the American Jewish Committee says most Jews also leave open the possibility of life on other planets in their interpretation of Genesis.

But not everybody in the faith community agrees. Many conservative evangelicals in particular take a more suspicious view of aliens, stating that they could be demonic manifestations or play a role in a future great delusion that gives rise to the appearance of Antichrist.

"I have become thoroughly convinced that UFOs are real," popular Christian writer Hal Lindsey wrote. "I believe these beings are not only extraterrestrial but supernatural in origin. To be blunt, I think they are demons."

Associate professor of psychology Elizabeth L. Hillstrom in her book Testing the Spirits documented a growing number of scholars who support Lindsey's conclusions that UFOnauts are synonymous with historical demons.
"From a Christian perspective," she wrote, "Vallee's explanation of UFOs is the most striking because of its parallels with demonic activity. Vallee himself, drawing from extrabiblical literature on demonic activities, establishes a number of parallels between UFOnauts and demons.... Pierre Guerin, a UFO researcher and a scientist associated with the French National Council for Scientific Research, is not so cautious: 'The modern UFOnauts and the demons of past days are probably identical.' Veteran researcher John Keel, who wrote UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse and other books on the subject, comes to the same conclusion: 'The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon.'"
While open to the idea that demons may play a role in ufology, theologians such as Michael Heiser caution against automatically connecting UFOs with demonology, saying if UFOs do represent something supernatural, the unidentified objects could just as likely be manifestations of good angels, while phenomenon such as so-called alien abduction is more in line with manifestations of demons.
In addition to extrasolar planet discovery or the sudden appearance of a UFO armada, some believe contact with alien intelligence could eventually happen as a result of man-made super technology that opens new dimensions or discovers parallel worlds. Sergio Bertolucci, a top scientist at CERN, surprised reporters for the British newspaper The Register recently by saying the Large Hadron Collider may create "an extra dimension" and that "out of this door might come something."
To understand the social, scientific, and spiritual ramifications of possible contact with aliens and the larger scope of astrobiology and the search for life in the universe, a 20-hour interview series titled Official Disclosure: Prepare for Contact with some of the world's leading authorities recently took place. This included experts like Nick Pope, who was in attendance at the 2010 Royal Society Conference. Nick is Britian's former Military of Defence lead officer over UFO investigations.
The special multi-hour interview series covered numerous important issues that some believe could soon affect all mankind.
Questions such as:
* Is official disclosure of alien contact near?
* Do world authorities know something about ET they are not telling us?
* Would aliens be friendly or hostile?
* What is panspermia?
* What is happening during alien abduction?
* Are angels or demons involved?
The answers to these questions are often unnerving as ex-government agents with above top-secret security clearance, world-famous field investigators, physicists and theologians peel back the truth behind a reality so astonishing the personal destiny of every man, woman and child could be impacted by its implications.

The Middle East Update with Guest Gary Kah

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On today’s program, Ed will be discussing the Middle East and Israel and its relationship with America. His Guest is Gary Kah. Gary Kah is the former Europe & Middle East Trade Specialist for the Indiana government. While in that position he traveled extensively overseas working closely with American Embassies on trade-related assignments. His newsletter, Hope for the World Update, keeps readers informed of international economic, political and religious developments they need to be aware of in order to be discerning Christians.

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Tuesday June 5 , 2012

Guest: Dr. Andrew Saul

Topic: Dr. Andrew Saul, Editor-In-Chief of the Ortho-molecular Medicine News Service, joins us to discuss practical steps you can take right now to protect our bodies from harmful nuclear radiation coming across the Pacific Ocean from Fukushima Japan