Tales From Europe and The Power of Waiting

by on October 8, 2017      

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Kim returns from 6 weeks in Europe and shares some of the many unexpected encounters in France and The Netherlands.

From losing her wheels on her biggest piece of luggage when landing at the Paris Train Station, to unexpected experiences with Taxis, to quirky Airbnb experiences,to brushes with big political demonstrations to unmatched hospitality in Amsterdam. If you’ve been listening to the wild adventure side of Kim Greenhouse, you already know that when she’s on the road; magic, mystery and a touch of intrigue seem to surround her. Life becomes very textured. People show up out of the blue to introduce themselves. Having always loved action adventure and mystery, she appears to be in a real life one herself.

In The second part of this commentary, Kim does a short tribute to the people who lost their lives in Las Vegas. After having done so many complex interviews on very sensitive material, in such rarefied domains of knowledge and inquiry, with people such as: Dr. Cyril Wecht, the forensic examiner who examined John F Kennedy’s body after his death; who stood up to the Warren Commission; Dr. Judy Wood, Materials Engineer & Physicist, who cut through the vast narrative about 9/11, to shed light on the most controversial forensic evidence ever presented to interviewing and getting to know one of the greatest psychic spies, The Black Ops Remote Viewing Master, Lyn Buchanan. After dialoging with these and so many more fascinating guests, Kim provides some unusual insight on how to hold the the event gestalt in thought, so that, the most important information and evidence may surface and become clear to all who care; amidst a directed media feeding frenzy and very upset and grieving population.

Enjoy the ride!

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1 Mike Sherrer October 9, 2017 at 9:11 am

I’ve worked in Holland and I agree, it’s a very special place. The people there are so warm and entertaining. It’s great to experience the traveling, walking thru your shoes. You have so much vibrant energy, Kim – I don’t know how you do it, but I am glad that you do. Looking forward to your experiential and sensory journalism in November.

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2 Barbara October 11, 2017 at 9:31 am

Many of us are more than ready to hear what you have say on these very confusing topics. It seems the world is turning upside down and it is hard to use the powers of discernment that some of us have cultivated. What’s true? Who can you believe? It takes a person willing to devote a lot of time to sift thru this rubble and make sense of it. Thanks for being that person, Kim. Looking forward to your shows.

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3 Maggie M Heinze October 14, 2017 at 6:32 pm

!! W E L C O M E HOME KIM GREENHOUSE !!

Thanks for the share & I’m SUPER STOKED to learn you’re reinvigorated to interview. Mostly – your languaging on how to preserve a sense of propriety within the landscape of current events is a brilliant healing salve.

ROCK ON

And So Sincerely –
Welcome Home

Maggie Heinze

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