Sunday, January 10, 2010

Journey to the Light On Coast To Coast 18 Nov 2009

Best selling author, William J. Birnes spoke with George Noory about their new book Journey to the Light, which presents evidence that human psychic
potential is real. After the response to their first book, Worker in the Light, Birnes got the idea to solicit stories of intuition, spirit, and premonition
from Coast to Coast listeners, and there was such a wealth of material that he had to cut the manuscript in half. A number of the contributors to the new
book joined the show to tell their story. Diane Gallagin talked about her Near-Death-Experience in which she encountered the archangel Michael. Subsequent
to this episode, she gained the ability to see and hear spirits.

Joyce Barnette told a touching account of how she and her husband had agreed to communicate with each other from beyond the grave, after one of them passed.
At key moments in her life, she saw her husband's name on a truck and a store sign. Robert Ingram described his life-changing experiences that occurred at
a meditation retreat. "My consciousness seemed to be everywhere," and I saw the mechanics of the universe, he shared. Jeremy Beatson and Darrin Pearson both
recounted communications with the spirits of deceased relatives and friends. Donna Hartley discussed surviving a fiery plane crash, cancer, and surgery,
and then becoming a motivational speaker. Also featured in the book are Col. John Alexander, and Paul Smith, and they appeared briefly during the evening to
discuss the government's Remote Viewing program as depicted in the new film The Men Who Stare at Goats.

Birnes said he was struck by the intensity of the stories that people shared for the book, the degree that people are communicating with the departed, and
how dreams have the potential to take you into your future. He is currently at work on a new book with George Noory-- Talktown USA, which chronicles
George's career as a radio host, and his efforts to bring civil discourse to the airwaves.

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