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Bert Janssen has been studying sacred sites and crop formations for many years, and here he offers us wisdom gained from some shocking new discoveries.

Bert is an award winning author and researcher, and his interest in the power of shapes, form, harmony, and geometry has led him into the mysterious worlds of quantum science, Gothic cathedrals, crop circles, Inka shamanism and sacred sites. He travels all over the world to study, photograph and report on these subjects, which has led to the production of three documentaries.

Bert Janssen has written numerous articles and he is the author of several books, including ‘The Hypnotic Power of Crop Circles’ and the mind-provoking thriller Sophia’s Egg. A fascinating, suspenseful, fast paced story based on Gnostic insights.

He is also a favorite Dreamland guest and bringing 2011 to a close with Bert’s wisdom and his exciting ideas is a perfect way to end what has been a truly fascinating year for the program.

THEN, a Christmas bonus! Whitley Strieber reads from his joyous new Christmas book, ‘The Christmas Spirits!’ What if the ghosts of Dickens’ Christmas Carol were aliens, what would happen THEN? Well, for one thing, they’d be likely to know when we’d been bad… (The Christmas Spirits is available now for Kindle for $7.99. It will appear in hardcover next year.)

Next week, the whole Dreamland team talks about 2012. What do we expect? It is a special year, or just another year? Find out next week!

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  1. This was great! I did see Mr.
    This was great! I did see Mr. Janssen’s talk once, and it was very strong.
    And I gotta pick up “The Christmas Spirits”–based on the first excerpt, he’s a wonderfully loathsome character!
    Merry Christmas, everybody! 🙂

  2. Would like to know if anyone
    Would like to know if anyone else has seen Thrive and what their opinion about it is

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