Face-reading as a means of self-profiling can help individuals discover their innate strengths and skills. Join us with Naomi Tickle and learn how you can use face-reading to navigate through life!
Carol and Don Croft make beautiful orgone energy products that transmute toxic land and sea environments into thriving ecosystems. We discuss their book The Life Etheric, aerosol spraying, and advanced technologies.
Kim shares a funny Thanksgiving experience. Thanks to our listeners, and happy holidays!
Whistleblower Karen Hudes has an interesting role to play in life; her passion is holding others accountable to the rule of law. She shares the inner workings of The World Bank and offers unusual information from an insider’s point-of-view.
Kim and Dr. Gerald Pollack, the author of The 4th Stage of Water, talk about how science works in terms of funding and discovery. Water pioneer Dan Nelson joins in for an exploration of cutting-edge research and theories in the field of water science.
Camouflage technology used to allow soldiers to blend in with the environment, but now soldiers can practically disappear. HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp. CEO Guy Cramer discusses Quantum Stealth material, the future of camouflage, and the complexity of introducing new and advanced technologies to different countries.
Bioacoustic vocal profiling can identify biomarkers in the voice that indicate imbalances in physical and emotional health. Sharry Edwards, M.Ed., the pioneer of this unique diagnostic technique and the founder of Sound Health Options, returns to provide a glimpse into the evolution of the field of bioacoustic vocal profiling in the last three years.
Former guest Dr. James Privitera, the author of Silent Clots, was a champion for health and medical freedom. Sadly, Dr. Privitera passed away on September 23rd. Tune in for a heartfelt commentary from Kim commemorating his contributions in life and her experience of this marvelous doctor.
John Droz Jr., the founder of the Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions and the author of the presentation Science Under Assault, appears on the show to discuss what science is (and isn’t) and talk about the distinctions between science and engineering. Kim comes forward with her findings after producing over 30 segments on climate.