Did you know that many people have spontaneous memories of their lives before birth, and of coming into the womb? Elizabeth and Neil Carman didn’t know that either, until they began meeting such people. Join them as they tell Whitley Strieber the wonderful story of before-life memory, and describe some cases with surprising validation. For example, there are people who have accurately described where their parents were during the moment of conception.
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Imagine that you’re the captain of an oil rig in the heart of one of the worst oil spills in human history. Imagine that you’re also a lifelong experiencer of Visitor phenomena. Imagine what happens next…. Karen Cavalli returns to talk about her latest small, impactful book: Captain Chris: A Tale of the Sea, the BP Oil Spill, and the Evolution of an Experiencer.

To order the book and learn more about Karen, please visit: KarenCavalli.com and her Amazon book page.
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A new theory that has been proposed may deflate the commonly-accepted origin of the universe, namely the Big Bang theory, in that it never happened at all. This new theory also implies that the universe is infinite in age, and may continue to exist forever.

As is widely known, the Big Bang theory posits that all of the energy (and thus matter) in the universe was once compressed into an extremely dense singularity, of which exploded 13.8 billion years ago. This idea of this singularity stems from equations derived from Einstein’s theory of general relativity, that shows that all matter occupied one point in space.
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Meteorological officials in the United Kingdom are warning that the upcoming winter season could arrive early, and see both record snowfall and low temperatures. The conditions are expected to either reach or surpass conditions in the winter of 1962-63, when temperatures plunged to -20ºC.

The cause for this bleak forecast is due to the recent weakening of the Gulf Stream current in the North Atlantic, of which would normally bring warm water to the UK from further south. This situation is also being exacerbated by the current period of reduced solar output, and may be affected further by the super-El Niño currently being experienced in the Pacific.
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