The Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland has been repaired and is now running. So, what does that mean. There have been fears that it could generate a black hole that would consume the earth. Others have theorized that it is being sabotaged by physicists from the future.

Does any of this make any sense? Should we be afraid–or excited that physicists may confirm the existence of the legendary Higgs Boson, the particle that is believed to weld everything in the universe together, the so-called “God particle?”

First, Linda Howe interviews Derek Bridges of Overton, Hampshire, England about a videotape he made of a water buffalo ascending into a UFO and disappearing. This interview with this straightforward 69 year old man, intimately familiar with the location, is among the most convincing and amazing accounts in the history of this radio program. Includes an AMAZING interview about a close-up UFO observation.

Geoff Stray has spent over 25 years creating a stunner of a book about 2012, so listen as Whitley Strieber asks some of everybody’s burning questions about what may or may not be happening. This is a chance to look beyond the hysteria and the hype that are now appearing in the general media, and find out just what might be meaningful about December of 2012, and how those of us seriously engaged in a search for the truth might make use of the energies that are appearing all around us right now.

The general media is going to hype 2012 to the nth degree. Already, One researcher has said that he’s going to jump off a large rock on December 21, 2012. It is in the interest of the media for there to be as much madness, suicide and mayhem as possible, and they know it.

Whitley Strieber says, “for me, this interview, and this book, have been life-changing. There is a belief that, for some time, the veils between the worlds has been lifting, and Soul Survivor is proof that this is true. I find it impossible to believe, after reading it, that reincarnation is not real. Given my Christian background, I have been taught that there is no such thing as reincarnation. However, it turns out that reincarnation was accepted among early Christians, and was not rejected as doctrine until 250 years after the crucifixion. I think now that the church fathers who did that were wrong, and the earlier Christians, closer to Jesus himself, were right.”