Headlined Guests

Bill Ryan, Teacher, Consultant, Executive Coach, Leadership Trainer, Kinesiologist, Alternative Media Investigator, Founder of Project Camelot, Producer and Director
Guest Occupation: Teacher, Consultant, Executive Coach, Leadership Trainer, Kinesiologist, Alternative Media Investigator, Founder of Project Camelot, Producer, Director
Guest Biography:

Bill Ryan has a BSc in Mathematics with Physics and Psychology (Bristol University, UK, 1974), and followed this with a brief stint in teaching. For 27 years he was a management consultant specializing in personal and team development, leadership training and executive coaching. Major long-term clients included BAe (formerly British Aerospace), Hewlett-Packard, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

In November 2005 he inaugurated the Project Serpo website, the report of an alleged disclosure, in stages, of a US-alien exchange program which took place over 40 years ago. While he had been interested in UFOs, Free Energy research and alternative medicine (he is trained as a kinesiologist) for over thirty years, his first contact with the UFO community at large occurred after establishing the Serpo website. He resigned his management consultancy post in May 2006, having founded Project Camelot with Kerry Cassidy.

Please click here to read more of the history of Project Camelot - which is a topic in itself, way beyond this brief summary. Essentially Camelot was a bold (and highly successful) adventure into cutting-edge investigative alternative media research, generating over 100 full-length video interviews on a number of alternative and controversial subjects addressing some of the most important issues of our times.

Some of the subjects addressed are summarized in the two embedded videos opposite, each of them excellent summaries of Camelot's work in general - and Bill's philosophy and personality in particular.

Bill is currently based in Europe, but travels widely. Project Avalon is his new site, which he runs independently. He is dedicated to continuing the mission of Project Camelot, addressing current global problems with a spiritual focus and a proactive, practical and community-based approach.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Paranormal, Physics & Metaphysics, Politics & Government, Science, Spiritual, Theory & Conspiracy, TV & Film
Deb Ling, Writer, Author, Journalist and Healer
Guest Occupation: Writer, Author, Journalist, Healer
Guest Biography:

She has been writing since high school starting with a monthly newspaper and later starting one of her own. In addition to writing articles online, she has two books for sale online. The first book The Walking Wounded is a book for women on healing the wounds from the past and walks women through healing from past abuse using information the Lord provided when she was suffering from abuse. Her second book is Prophetic Dance which is about prophetic dancing as given by the Lord and how to use it for him. She is currently writing another book on the Healing Wounded that will be for men.

Deb has been healed of migraine headaches of 21 years through her faith. During that period she lost jobs often because of the headaches. Since recovery she has become a pastor and helps others overcome hardships with spiritual healing. And counseling.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle
Dr. Jude Unegbu, African Shaman, Spiritual Healer, Lecturer and Christian Psychologist
Guest Occupation: African Shaman, Spiritual Healer, Lecturer, Christian Psychologist
Guest Biography:

Jude Unegbu has been a spiritual healer for over 20 years. Born in West Africa, he traveled with his Shaman grandfather, Job Unegbu, who offered healing to people afflicted with epilepsy, elemental attachments, leprosy, mental curses, depression, and other physical illnesses.

His healing education was further enhanced by the techniques he learned from another great man, His Eminence, Sir George King, founder of The Aetherius Society, whose spiritual and yoga teachings offered a strong foundation from which Jude has built a life dedicated to serving humanity and loving all things.

Combining his knowledge of African Shamanism and the King technique, Jude lectures at colleges and private institutions about health, Earth changes, and protective practices. He also teaches the Spiritual Healing technique and offers Spiritual Healing at hospitals and in his private practice.

Jude also offers Spiritual Healing to animals. He has found that dogs and cats typically respond well to this healing technique.


Dr Jude Unegbu is a resident shaman and healer at Beneveda Medical Group in Beverly Hills, California. Jude has been a spiritual healer for more than 16 years.

Born in West Africa he trained under his shaman grandfather who healed people afflicted with a wide variety of physical illnesses. Jude's spiritual learning was enhanced by the healing techniques he learned from Sir George King, Founder of the Aetherius Society.

Combining his knowledge of African shamanism and the King techniques Jude's healing procedures utilize all of the major chakra or energy centers to fill the body with spiritual energy and to drive out illnesses. He can help with mental and emotional problems as well as physical ailments.

Some of the conditions he has successfully worked with include depression, anxiety attacks, epilepsy, leprosy, ADD, high blood pressure, back pain, body injuries, cancer, stomach problems, sleep disorders, addiction, relationship issues, job issues, and elemental attachments (popularly known as ghost attachments). Jude also finds spiritual healing is effective for a variety of childhood issues including depression, ADD, OCD, autism, epilepsy, and sleep issues. He blesses homes, offices, and animals to rid them of negative influences.

Jude lectures at colleges and private institutions about health, earth changes, and protective practices. He also teaches spiritual healing techniques and offers spiritual healing at hospitals, and in private practice.

Jude holds a PhD in christian psychology from Reform Theological Seminary.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Alternative Health, Energy Healing, Psychology, Spiritual
Captain Paul Watson, Ship Captain, Commander of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Marine Wildlife Conservation Interventionist and Activist
Guest Occupation: Ship Captain, Commander of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Marine Wildlife Conservation Interventionist, Activist
Guest Biography:

Captain Paul Watson
Founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Co-Founding Director Greenpeace Foundation

One of our greatest warriors for Planet Ocean, Captain Paul has over four decades of experience at sea, and more than two decades as Master and Commander of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society voyages to protect, defend, and conserve the Earth's wild oceans.

He earned his experience in the Norwegian and Swedish Merchant Marine in the sixties and early seventies, and served as First Officer on Greenpeace voyages between 1971 and 1976.

Since 1979, he has commanded over 200 primarily offshore voyages in storms, ice packs, through canals and treacherous currents, and dangerous confrontations without a single accident or a single injury to his crew or to anyone else. In fact, on many occasions he has commanded two ships simultaneously, relaying orders to a subordinate captain when it has been necessary to deploy two ships at once.

Captain Watson is a sea captain in the truly traditional sense - where he is the master and commander of his own ships and is not dictated to by a corporate Board. He makes the decisions and he bears the full responsibility for his actions.

In 1994, Sea Shepherd acquired a miniature submarine Mirage. A spokesperson for the Canadian Navy publicly stated that no one at Sea Shepherd knew anything about operating a submarine and it was ridiculous for Sea Shepherd to acquire one. He guaranteed that someone would be hurt.

Captain Paul Watson responded to the Canadian Naval spokesperson at the time by saying:

"Since World War II, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has boarded more ships, rammed more ships, engaged in more high seas confrontations and sunk more ships than the Canadian Navy. They are hardly in a position to presume to judge what we are competent or capable of doing."

Their record speaks for itself: All these years later - still no injuries.

I have been honored to serve the whales, dolphins, seals - and all the other creatures on this Earth. Their beauty, intelligence, strength, and spirit have inspired me. These beings have spoken to me, touched me, and I have been rewarded by friendship with many members of different species. If the whales survive and flourish, if the seals continue to live and give birth, and if I can contribute to ensuring their future prosperity, I will be forever happy."

Without a doubt, the Sea Shepherd is the most experienced marine wildlife conservation interventionist organization in the world, and Captain Watson is the single most experienced marine conservation sea captain on the high seas today.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, TV & Film
John Boik, Ph.D., Statistician, Biomedical Sciences Doctorate, Civil Engineer, Chinese Medicine Researcher and Author
Guest Occupation: Statistician, Biomedical Sciences Doctorate, Civil Engineer, Chinese Medicine Researcher, Author
Guest Biography:

I am currently a VIGRE postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Statistics at Stanford University. I received my Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences in August of 2007 from the University of Texas, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston, with an area of focus in Biomathematics and Biostatistics. I conducted my work at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in the Pharmaceutical Development Center under adviser Robert A Newman. My background is varied. Prior to my work in Texas, I obtained a BS in civil engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Portland, OR. After obtaining my master's degree I operated an acupuncture clinic in Portland for a couple of years. In my study of Traditional Chinese Medicine, I became interested in the use of plant compounds for treating diseases, cancer in particular. This interest eventually led to the publication of two books, which were essentially summaries and syntheses of published preclinical and clinical studies. Between books I met Dr. Newman, and he later invited me to M.D. Anderson to work on a Ph.D.

My primary interest is in developing statistical and dynamic models to predict the pharmacokinetic properties of plant-derived compounds, as well their pharmacological effects on cancer cells. The approach I have taken is systematic in that rather than studying a particular compound or a small set of similar compounds, I am interested in developing larger, more complex models to predict the properties of arbitrary compounds. Accurate predictive models will be useful to efficiently screen large libraries of compounds for promising drugs. Due to synergistic interactions, combinations of compounds can sometimes be more effective than single drugs. Thus I am also interested in modeling drug interactions, which can depend upon protein-drug binding affinity and protein-protein interactions. Specific research interests include:

  • Quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) models and other statistical models for predicting drug activity and absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion (ADME) characteristics
  • Statistical learning methods, including kernel learning methods (support vector machines, for example)
  • Prediction of protein-drug binding affinity and protein-protein interactions using knowledge-based approaches
  • Learning methods for relational data
  • Systems biology, in general
  • Methods to quantify drug interactions (synergism/antagonism/additivity)



Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Science
Lloyd Pye, Researcher, Author, Screenwriter, Expert in Intervention Theory, Alternative Knowledge Speaker
Guest Occupation: Researcher, Author, Screenwriter, Expert in Intervention Theory, Alternative Knowledge Speaker
Guest Biography:

Lloyd Pye is a researcher and author known for his work with the Starchild Skull and Intervention Theory. Lloyd began writing in 1975, then became a screenwriter in Hollywood in the 1980s. In 1995, he found his passion writing nonfiction in Alternative Knowledge.

Alternative Knowledge is information rooted in mainstream science, but in areas normally kept from public discussion because they cast doubt on the currently accepted paradigms and dogmas of the mainstream.

Lloyd's fields of expertise include Intervention Theory, the origins of life, of human life, of alien reality, of hominoid (bigfoot, yeti, etc.) reality, which makes him a dynamic platform speaker in about Alternative Knowledge.

I was born in Houma, Louisiana, on September 7, 1946, on the leading edge of the famous “Baby Boom,” among the first crop of offspring born to the young men and women who as children endured the Great Depression and as young adults survived World War II.

My mother endured 50 hours of labor in a small clinic before she died. As soon as she died, I was cut out of her in the hope my life could be saved. It was, but my head was so misshapen from the long labor that the doctor felt I was hopelessly brain damaged. He told my father that his wife was dead and I  would be a “vegetable.” As was acceptable at that time, Dad was asked for permission to let me "expire" along with Mom so he could start over fresh from this terrible turn of events.

Dad was wrestling with that awful decision when Mom suddenly came back to life! She had become one of those rare individuals who have gone deep into the brilliant white tunnel of death, seen and spoken to her own deceased father on "the other side," and returned by her own choice to live on. Miraculously, in a time before ultrasounds when she had no way to know the gender of her unborn child, she told the apparition of her father that she could not stay, she had a son that she needed to return to and look after. She has since survived five other near-deaths, none quite as dramatic as that first one at 19, and she is still alive in her early 80s.

I became the oldest of four siblings, an “A” student and good enough at sports to earn a football scholarship to Tulane University in New Orleans. I graduated in 1968, with a B.S. in psychology. This was the height of the Viet Nam War, so to avoid being drafted and consigned to be cannon fodder in the infantry, I enlisted in the Army. After a battery of tests I was assigned to the Military Intelligence School at Fort Holabird, Maryland, and after training I was assigned to a small field office in Gainesville, Georgia. My job was carrying out background investigations for people who needed security clearances. Mine was a routine tour of duty with no time spent in Viet Nam.

Through my 20s I worked at a number of ordinary jobs, mostly sales, but none were fulfilling. I wanted to do something more interesting and challenging. I began to lean toward writing, and at 28 began to study that craft in earnest. At 31, I published a sports-based novel that I used as a calling card in Hollywood, where I labored at the edge of success for most of the 1980s. In the late 1980s I published "Mismatch," a high-tech Cold War thriller that dealt with phone phreaking, early computer hacking, and submarine warfare.

While pursuing a career writing fiction, I also indulged a deeply personal interest in hominoids (bigfoot, yeti, etc.). By 30 I was convinced they were the indigenous bipedal primates of planet earth, and that what science told us were “pre” humans were nothing of the kind. They were the ancestors of today’s living hominoids, not of today’s humans, but I had no plausible way to explain how humans had come to be here. I knew we weren’t a part of the flowchart of natural life on Earth, and that we clearly didn’t evolve here in the way mainstream science insisted, but I couldn’t find a valid way to support my position.

Finally, at 45, I read Zecharia Sitchin’s classic book about Sumerian prehistory, The Twelfth Planet, which he published in 1976 but which I didn’t find out about until 1990. His translation of Sumerian history written in cuneiform on stone tablets provided an explanation for human origins that made rational sense based on what I had learned about the reality of hominoids. I had the front end of his work and he had the back end of mine, so I knew I could combine the two and create something unique and valuable. In late 1997 I published "Everything You Know Is Wrong" (EYKIW), which became a proverbial “overnight sensation.”

Through 1998, I traveled all over the U.S. and into western Canada lecturing about it at dozens of conferences and speaking about it in many radio interviews. I then had some appearances on local TV shows. My increasing exposure brought me to the attention of Ray and Melanie Young of El Paso, Texas, who were in possession of an unusual human-like skull. They showed it to me early in 1999 and asked my opinion. I felt it was almost certainly a human deformity of some kind, but I told them it couldn’t hurt anything to be absolutely sure. They asked if I would confirm that for them, and I said I’d be happy to.

That set in motion on on-going series of events as I attempted to definitively determine the genetic heritage of their unusual relic, since dubbed the Starchild Skull. I have shepherded the Starchild through more than a decade of scientific tests, expert analysis, raised public awareness, and have published 

Whenever the Starchild case is over, I intend to refocus on my other career as a researcher of the Intervention Theory of human origins, and as a proponent of hominoid reality. I intend to continue teaching those who decide to enroll in the "Invisible College" of students who care more about establishing actual truths than they do about protecting ossified dogma.

Guest Category: Paranormal, UFOs, Science, Theory & Conspiracy
Michael D. Gershon, M.D., Scientist, Biomedical Researcher, Medical Doctor, Pharmacologist, Professor, Father of Neurogastroenterology, ENS Pioneer, Gut Specialist and Author
Guest Occupation: Scientist, Biomedical Researcher, Medical Doctor, Pharmacologist, Professor, Father of Neurogastroenterology, ENS Pioneer, Gut Specialist, Author
Guest Biography:

Michael D. Gershon was born on March 3, 1938 in New York, NY.  Nothing in his early life prepared him for a scientific career.  Dr. Gershon’s father was a lawyer and an accountant, did tax law, and ran the Audit Unit of the New York City Board of Education.  His mother was a high school teacher who specialized in teaching stenography to children with special needs.  After a traumatic experience at a truly awful junior high school, Dr. Gershon was offered an opportunity to join an “honors” class in Biology in high school.  His qualifications appeared to be marginal but they needed one more student to fill the class and, although it seemed to the authorities that Dr. Gershon would be hard pressed to cope with the work, they were willing to let him try if he was willing to accept the challenge.  Dr. Gershon accepted that challenge and it set his career path for life.  The Biology teacher was gifted and the subject addicted Dr. Gershon; however, the promised difficulty of the work never materialized.  He “aced” that course; work is not work when it is fun.  Sinclair Lewis’ “Arrowsmith”, read the same year, convinced Dr. Gershon that biomedical research would be his life’s work and so it has been.

Dr. Gershon received his Bachelor’s degree with distinction from Cornell University in 1958.  He went on to complete his MD degree, also at Cornell, in 1963, having taken an extra year to gain a research experience.  That year set his field as Anatomy and Cell Biology.  It also enabled him the find the right woman, Dr. Anne Gershon, to whom he has been married ever since.  After graduation, Dr. Gershon, now the father of one son, omitted clinical training and went on to do post-doctoral work, first at Cornell, and then from 1965-6, in Pharmacology, at Oxford University.  Dr. Gershon returned from Oxford to the Department of Anatomy at Cornell, where between 1964 and 1975 he rose through the academic ranks to Professor.

In December of 1975, Dr. Gershon made the crosstown move from Cornell to Columbia University where he served as Professor and Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology until 2006 when he stepped down as Chair, but continued his research and teaching as a Professor.  His old department was fused with the Department of Pathology and is now the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology.  From the time of his graduation to the present, the National Institutes of Health has supported Dr. Gershon, providing funding for his research and for a significant portion of his salary.  

Dr. Gershon has been called “the father of neurogastroenterology” for his explication of the ability of the enteric nervous system (ENS) to function without CNS input, the roles of serotonin in gut physiology, and for his pioneering work on ENS development.  Dr. Gershon’s major discoveries include serotonin’s actions as an ENS neurotransmitter.  Dr. Gershon was also the first to identify intraenteric primary afferent neurons that trigger peristaltic and secretory reflexes and to show that mucosal serotonin activates these neurons.  Dr. Gershon identified and characterized the gastrointestinal functions of many of the enteric receptors that respond to serotonin and he was the first to demonstrate that the serotonin transporter (SERT), which terminates mucosal and ENS serotonergic signaling, is present in enterocytes and serotonergic neurons. Dr. Gershon has also shown that mucosal serotonin is proinflammatory but that ENS serotonin is anti-inflammatory.  These observations have given rise to the concept that serotonin is “the sword and shield of the bowel” driving inflammation to protect the gut from microbial invasion while, at the same time, protecting enteric neurons from inflammatory damage.  Serotonin activates adult stem cells to give rise to new neurons and acts as a growth factor during fetal neurogenesis. Dr. Gershon discovered roles in ENS development of netrins, laminin, and many growth and transcription factors that help explain the pathogenesis of Hirschsprung’s disease and other ENS birth defects.  Drs. Michael and Anne Gershon have demonstrated that varicella zoster virus (VZV), the cause of chickenpox and shingles, infects, becomes latent, and reactivates in enteric neurons, both in an animal model and in the human gut.  These observations raise the possibility that “enteric zoster” occurs and could potentially give rise to a variety of gastrointestinal disorders, the pathogenesis of which is currently unexplained. 

Dr. Gershon has received several prominent honors.  A few of those highlights include serving as president of the Cajal Club in 1994, the Association of Chairs of Departments of Anatomy in 1986, and as president of AAA from 1995-1996.  The American Association for the Advancement of Science elected him as a fellow in 1999.  In 2000, Dr. Gershon was awarded the Henry Gray/Lippincott Williams Wilkins Scientific Achievement Award, AAA’s highest scientific honor.  He was elected as a Fellow of the AAA in 2007 and to membership in the American Clinical and Climatological Association in 2011.  Dr. Gershon’s work has been recognized and honored by the Collège de France, Mayo University, the American Physiological Association, and the American Gastroenterological Association.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Science, Biology & Chemistry
Eric Violette, Actor, Singer, Musician and Mesotherapist
Guest Occupation: Actor, Singer, Musician, Mesotherapist
Guest Biography:

Eric Violette has been embraced by Americans as that cute guy down on his luck in a series of Free Credit Report dot com TV commercials.

In October 2007, the TV commercials featured Eric Violette as a man struggling with difficult life circumstances due to his poor credit score, and his ignorance of it. The commercials feature jingles written using various distinctive forms of popular music. If you watch TV, you've probably seen them all the one with Eric at the Renaissance Fair, as a pirate in a restaurant, living in the basement with his girlfriend, or driving an old beat up compact car.

Violette was born June 12, 1981 in Montreal and attended the National Theatre School of Canada in 2002. The commercials prepared by David Muhlenfeld at the The Martin Agency began appearing in October 2007. Due to Violette's Canadian French accent, his voice has been dubbed in the United States. He earlier did a Sirius Satellite Radio commercial in French.

Guest Category: Performing Arts, Music, TV & Film
Nigel Kerner, Author, Freelance Journalist, Writer and Ufo Researcher
Guest Occupation: Author, Freelance Journalist, Writer, Ufo Researcher
Guest Biography:

Nigel Kerner is an author and freelance journalist. He was born in Sri Lanka, his mother from a British planting family and his father an officer in the British Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm. This international family base provided the background for an obsessive and serious interest in international human affairs and how these interface with science, religion and philosophy.

He has felt driven, from his young years, to expose the humbug and hypocrisy in modern scientific and religious and social thinking. His formal graduate education is in biomedical science and human behavioural psychology.

His fascination with the puzzling and enigmatic phenomenon of UFOs resulted in his first book The Song of the Greys published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1997. This serious work on the subject is now noted world-wide for its radical view on the phenomenon. His latest book, Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls published by Inner Traditions/Bear & Company is the second in a trilogy about the UFO phenomenon and its social repercussions on humanity. His books and numerous articles have established his unique thesis as part of the canon of serious literature on the subject.

Nigel Kerner lives with his wife and family on his estate in middle England. He has a passionate interest in projects on behalf of the deprived and disadvantaged of developing nations. He is at present working with his family and a team of European friends and volunteers on a medical and agro-development project done on behalf of the rural poor in a country in the Far East. This takes up much of his spare time.

His hobbies include reading science literature and journals, wild-life videography, wildlife conservation activities, singing and song writing. His sporting passions are Cricket and Rugby Union.

Guest Category: Paranormal
Craig Farraway, Home Beer Brewer, Singer and Songwriter
Guest Occupation: Home Beer Brewer, Singer, Songwriter
Guest Biography:

Craig Farraway, Home Beer Brewer, started out at a young age playing the drums, singing, and writing songs. At age 21, he wrote and performed the title track for an album dedicated to the Calgary 1988 Olympics. The song Dream on the Horizon was featured in a CBC documentary and received regular airplay on FM stations across Canada. Craig saw an opportunity to go further with his music, but instead chose to stick close to family and the comforts of home. Amongst his many hobbies, which include video production, audio engineering, and of course music, Craig would carry on the family tradition of home brewing beer.

Motivated by the high prices of commercial beer, and his love for the beverage, Craig, age 21 at the time, started experimenting with beer kits from his local home brew shop. Well, over 20 years later, he is still at it. He now has a popular YouTube Channel, which he appropriately named...... CraigTube. He has attracted literally thousands of followers, many of which claim that they would have never started home brewing if it weren't for Craig's videos. Craig also does a variety of other things on his YouTube channel, including cooking shows, music performances, and philosophical talks, with topics ranging from the paranormal, to the nature of the universe, but the main theme of the channel is BEER.

Visit Craig's website:https://sites.google.com/site/farraway/ and his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CraigTube?feature=chclk

Guest Category: Games & Hobbies, Music, Travel & Leisure
Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, Preventive Medicine Specialist, Clinical Nutritionist, Biochemist, Medical Editor, Lecturer, Author and Natural Alternatives Methodologist
Guest Occupation: Preventive Medicine Specialist, Clinical Nutritionist, Biochemist, Medical Editor, Lecturer, Author, Natural Alternatives Methodologist
Guest Biography:

I specialize in preventive medicine and natural therapies which are complementary (not an alternative to) your family medical doctor. Unless you are very well read on the subject of natural medicine, it is recommended you read my book, Return to The Joy of Health.

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona is a graduate of McGill University Medical School (1977) and has a Masters Degree in Biochemistry and Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut (1984). He is past president of The Canadian Holistic Medical Association (1987-88). He is the author of three Canadian bestsellers, The Joy of Health (1991), Return to the Joy of Health (1995) and Childhood Illness and The Allergy Connection (1997). He is co-author with Jeanne Marie Martin of The Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook (1996) and is the medical editor of the Benjamin Franklin Award winning Encyclopedia of Natural Healing (1998). He has had a private medical practice in Toronto for the past 32 years, has appeared on radio and TV as well as lectured extensively in Canada and the U.S. Latest Published Books (Healthy Living Guides Series, Alive Books, 2000): Natural Alternatives to Vaccination, Osteoarthritis Naturally, Rhematoid Arthritis Naturally, Fighting Fibromyalgia, Boosting Male Libido Naturally, Body Building Supplements, Menopause Naturally. Dr. Rona has just published his new book, "Vitamin D, The Sunshine Vitamin". All of Dr. Rona's books are available from your local health food store, major book stores or from Amazon.com.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine
Michael J. Murphy, Filmmaker, Political Activist, Journalist and Chemtrails Researcher
Guest Occupation: Filmmaker, Political Activist, Journalist, Chemtrails Researcher
Guest Biography:

Michael J. Murphy is a filmmaker, political activist and President of The Coalition Against Geoengineering. His work focuses on issues that go beyond the interest of the Corporate mainstream media and includes originating and Co-Producing the groundbreaking documentary “What in the World are They Spraying?” and several other short films that address chemtrails/geoengineering and other controversial political issues. Michael has also appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows around the world.

Interviews include; G. Edward Griffin, Chelene Nightingale (California Governor candidate), Jim King (California lieutenant Governor candidate), Mark Reed (California congressional candidate), Bill Hunt (Orange County Sheriff candidate), Jenny Worman (California congressional candidate), Stewart Rhodes (Oath Keepers, Founder), Actress Mariel Hemingwayand Ed Asner (Actor "Mary Tyler Moore", "Lou Grant" and "UP").

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Politics & Government, Technology, Theory & Conspiracy, TV & Film
Dr. Semir Sam Osmanagich, Author, Researcher, Businessman, Archaeologist, Teacher, Anthropologist, Sociologist, Ancient Civilization Expert, Professor, TV Editor, Producer and Lecturer
Guest Occupation: Author, Researcher, Businessman, Archaeologist, Teacher, Anthropologist, Sociologist, Ancient Civilization Expert, Professor, TV Editor, Producer, Lecturer
Guest Biography:

Semir Sam Osmanagich is Bosnian-born Houston (USA) resident author, researcher and businessman.

He has discovered ancient pyramidal complex in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) which consists of five colossal stone structures in the shape of the pyramid with extensive pre-historical underground tunnel network.

He has established non-profit and non-government „Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun“ Foundation to pursue the excavation and geo-archaeological work.

He teaches at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina as Anthropology professor, in particular Bosnian megalithic sites.

First International Scientific Conference about Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids was held in Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) in August 25-30, 2008 (www.icbp.ba) with 55 leading experts from Egypt, Russia, China, Poland, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Croatia, Austria, Montenegro and Bosnia giving full support Osmanagich's efforts and recommending establishment of the Center for Pyramid Studies in Bosnia. (Conclusions)

Osmanagich is an owner and president of the manufacturing company Met Company, Inc. and holding company Met Holding Group, LLP.  in Houston (USA).

Sam Osmanagich authored and narrated 12-epizode documentary „Search for Lost Civilization“ for the state Bosnian television FTVBiH (2007) which was based on his book: „Civilizations Before the Official History“ (2005) and filmed in Peru, Bolivia, Easter Island, Costa Rica, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Malta, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon. (Video clips)

Osmanagich lectures extensively and promote Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids Project and archaeological tourism in Bosnia-Herzegovina from Egypt and Jordan, to Malaysia, Canada, USA, China, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Denmark and other countries.

Osmanagich is a member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria (est. 1895). Osmanagich has become a first “honorary citizen” of the Town of Visoko in 2006.

Daily newspaper San from Sarajevo awarded Osmanagich title Man of the Year 2007 in Bosnia-Herzegovina” for his research project Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids and affirmative promotion of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the world.
Osmanagich has been admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences from Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions in the world.

Osmanagich holds his doctorate in Sociology of History. His PhD thesis about the Mayan civilization has been accepted at the University of Sarajevo.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, History, Science, Technology, TV & Film
Stephen Lewis, Co Author, Energetic Balancing Researcher, Acupuncturist, Energetic Healer and AIM Inventor
Guest Occupation: Co Author, Energetic Balancing Researcher, Acupuncturist, Energetic Healer, AIM Inventor
Guest Biography:

Stephen Lewis, Developer of The AIM Program, Co-founder of EMC², and Co-Author of the novel Sanctuary: The Path to Consciousness has been exploring energetic balancing for more than 25 years. His path began with an interest in oriental philosophy combined with German psychiatry, specifically the work of W. Reich who believed energetic imbalance was the cause of all pathology.

Eventually Lewis was led to the healing arts. His degrees include acupuncture and homeopathy, both of which are forms of energetic healing. Lewis' extensive studies and research led him directly to the insights upon which EMC² 's spiritual energetic balancing technology is based. Lewis' energetic balancing technology, called AIM, has been used by thousands of individuals worldwide and has earned the endorsements of Dr. Wayne Dyer, Rev. Michael Beckwith, author Kevin Trudeau and many others.

EMC² 's purpose is to find imbalances in consciousness and offer energetic balancing as a way to assist living beings in the clearing and release of those imbalances in order to increase their well-being. Lewis has always made an explicit distinction between the healing that is the natural result of a shift in consciousness as compared to the medical trio of diagnosing, treating and, hopefully, curing. That medical trio is the work of medical professionals and is done TO you. Healing, on the other hand, is definitively in the realm of spirituality and must be done BY you. Lewis points out that true healers don't actually heal you, but rather teach or inspire you to find the healing power that you naturally possess. All healing is a result of your consciousness directing your Life Force. And, in that realm, because everything is energy, anything is possible! The character of Max in the novel Sanctuary: The Path to Consciousness by Stephen Lewis and EMC² co-Founder Evan Slawson is based on the life and work of Stephen Lewis.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Alternative Health, Energy Healing, Philosophy, Psychology, Self Help, Spiritual
Brenda Davis, Dietitian, Nutritionalist, Speaker, Clinical Nutrition Specialist, Consultant, Academic Instructor, Researcher, Vegetarian Hall of Fame and Author
Guest Occupation: Dietitian, Nutritionalist, Speaker, Clinical Nutrition Specialist, Consultant, Academic Instructor, Researcher, Vegetarian Hall of Fame, Author
Guest Biography:

Brenda Davis, registered dietitian and nutritionist, is a leader in her field and an internationally acclaimed speaker.  She has worked as a public health nutritionist, clinical nutrition specialist, nutrition consultant and academic nutrition instructor.  She is currently on a diabetes intervention research project in Majuro, Marshall Islands.  Brenda spent 8 months in Majuro in 2006 and returns for 4-6 week periods once or twice a year.

Brenda is a past chair of the Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association. In July 2007, she was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame.

A co-author of seven books - best-sellers, Becoming Vegan, Becoming Vegetarian, The New Becoming Vegetarian and Defeating Diabetes, Dairy-free and Delicious and the newly released, Becoming Raw and Raw-food Revolution Diet.

Brenda lives in Kelowna, British Columbia with her husband Paul. She has two grown children, Leena and Cory.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Alternative Health, Nutrition, Medicine
Dr. Pieter J. DeWet, M.D., M.D.(H), FAAFP, ABIHM, Medical Director, Family Physician, Diplomat, Associate Professor, Radio Show Host and Holistic Medicne Practicioner
Guest Occupation: Medical Director, Family Physician, Diplomat, Associate Professor, Radio Show Host, Holistic Medicne Practicioner
Guest Biography:

Pieter J. DeWet, M.D., M.D.(H), FAAFP, ABHIM
Holistic Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Homeopathy,  Family Practice, Chronic Disease Management

Dr. Pieter J. DeWet has been in private practice, practicing Wellness medicine since 1997 and is the owner and medical director of Quantum Healing Institute in Tyler, TX.  Dr. de Wet graduated medical school in 1985 and has been a family physician since 1991 when he obtained his Board Certification in Family Medicine through the American Board of Family Medicine.  He has been a fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice since 1994 and completed a fellowship in Faculty Development in 1994.  He has been a Diplomat of the American Board of Holistic and Integrative Medicine (not recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties) since the year 2000.  In 2007 he also received his Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative medicine license. 

Dr. DeWet completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler in 1991. He pursued a career in academic medicine at UT Health Center starting immediately after his residency until he left UT Health Center in 1997 to go into private practice. Dr. DeWet was associate professor of family medicine and associate program director of the family practice residency program. He was intimately involved in the development of numerous chronic disease management programs at the University of Texas Health Center. He was also the founder and director of the Center for Nutrition Preventive Medicine there from 1995-1997.

Dr. DeWet has been co-host of a nationally syndicated radio program called Healthy, Wealthy & Wise since 2004. He and his wife Cindi are where hosting their own XM radio program called "The Quantum Healing Hour" on SIRUS XM 131, weekdays from 4 to 5PM CST (5 to 6 PM. EST). Now Dr. DeWet can be found on Toginet Internet Radio, Live from 2-3PM CST (3-4PM EST). Dr. DeWet has spent his entire career in medicine starting from the time he entered medical school to search for the most effective, least harmful and the most cost effective methods to treat patients with complex health challenges, and currently treats patients from all around the country and worldwide for diseases and health conditions ranging from the most simple to some of the most complex. Dr. DeWet approaches all patients holistically, which means he focuses on body, mind and soul and routinely addresses and assists in the treatment of patient’s physical, emotional, social, mental, environmental and spiritual issues as it relates to their overall health situation. He is determined to find and treat the root causes of illness in each patient that he sees which is one reason why Dr. DeWet is credited for getting very good results with the majority of his patients, especially those that are willing to make the commitment to heal all aspects of their health challenges.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine
Jacques F. Vallee, Astronomer, Computer Science Doctorate, Venture Capitalist, Information Technology Specialist, Writer, Advisor and Author
Guest Occupation: Astronomer, Computer Science Doctorate, Venture Capitalist, Information Technology Specialist, Writer, Advisor, Author
Guest Biography:

Jacques F. Vallee serves as a General Partner of Euro-America Ventures, a Silicon Valley group that invests in North America and Europe, primarily in high-technology. He was born in France, where he received a B.S. in mathematics at the Sorbonne and an M.S. in astrophysics at Lille University. Coming to the U.S. as an astronomer at the University of Texas, where he co-developed the first computer-based map of Mars for NASA, Jacques later moved to Northwestern University where he received his Ph.D. in computer science. He went on to work at SRI International and the Institute for the Future, where he directed the project to build the world's first network-based groupware system as a Principal Investigator on Arpanet, the prototype for the Internet.

A venture capitalist with Euro-America since 1987, Jacques Vallee has spearheaded early-stage investments in over 60 high technology start-ups. One third of these companies reached the public markets. They include, SangStat Medical, a biotechnology firm based in Menlo Park, California and Nantes, France; Accuray, a medical device company specialized in robotic surgery; Ixys, a power semiconductor firm; and Ubique, Inc., a web teleconferencing company (acquired by AOL).

Other investments that he led for the fund include Com-21, P-Com, Harmonic Lightwaves, Regeneration Technologies and Mercury Interactive, all of which made successful IPOs on the Nasdaq market. He has also served as a director of Class Data Systems, a networking company (acquired by Cisco), and recently Alter-G, a medical device company. In Jan 2010, HandyLab was acquired by Becton-Dickinson.

Jacques is a member of the science board for the French Genopole, based in Every Genopole.com specializing in life sciences and was elected as a Trustee of the Institute for the Future http://www.iftf.org/home/. He has contributed a "Letter from California" column for Le Figaro.

Apart from his work with information technology and finance, Jacques has had a long-term private interest in astronomy, in writing fiction and in the frontiers of research, notably unidentified aerial phenomena. He also serves on the scientific advisory board of Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas, Nevada http://bigelowaerospace.com/. He was awarded the Jules Verne Prize in Paris for a science fiction novel in French.

Jacques and his family settled in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1969.

Guest Category: Literature, Business, Investing and Finance, UFOs, Science, Technology, TV & Film
Irvin Rosenfeld, Medical Marijuana Patient, Stockbroker, Bone Tumor Survivor and Author
Guest Occupation: Medical Marijuana Patient, Stockbroker, Bone Tumor Survivor, Author
Guest Biography:

Mr. Rosenfeld's story in his testimony before the State of Michigan Committee on Government Operations on Tuesday November 28th, 2006: "I appreciate coming to the great state of Michigan. My name is Irvin Rosenfeld and I am the longest surviving Federal Medical Marijuana patient in the United States. There are five patients currently in the country and there will only be five because the Bush Administration shut down the program in 1992.

I have severe a bone disorder. This caused bone tumors to grow all throughout my body, growing into the muscles and the veins. As a teenager, I had many operations. I was using all kinds of drugs and I was an advocate against marijuana in the late 1960's. Why would a healthy person use an illegal drug when I would hold up my baggie (of pills) and say look at what I have to take, be thankful you're healthy.

I went to college in Miami in 1971 and there, against peer pressure, I tried marijuana and it did nothing to me. I didn't get high, it did nothing to me. People around me were getting high, I thought they were self inducing it. About the tenth time I did it, I sat and played a game of chess for 30 minutes and I hate chess. I used to have trouble sitting and I sat for 30 minutes. That was the first time in 5 years I did that. I had morphine, I had Quaalude, these were all prescription. It dawned on me that I hadn't taken a pill for about 6 hours. This was the first time I had done that in 5 years."

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Politics & Government
Jeff Berlin, Electric Bass Player, Music Teacher, Columnist, Recording Artist and Top Electric Jazz Bassist
Guest Occupation: Electric Bass Player, Music Teacher, Columnist, Recording Artist, Top Electric Jazz Bassist
Guest Biography:

Music has been the reason that I get up every morning (that, and my kids kneeing me in the stomach at 7am). I'm an electric bass player and I've won awards, toured the world many times over, and played a million concerts world-wide. I've played with nearly every great drummer, guitarist, pianist and horn player that are out there today. Many people regard me as the best electric jazz bassist in the world (does this include all the dimensions times infinity?)

One dark cloud was the cancer that overtook my son. When he became sick, I retired from playing and stayed home with my boy to take care of him. In order to make a living, I started The Players School of Music in Clearwater, Florida. This way I could stay in Clearwater and put a little attention on music through the explanation and demonstration of it to my students.

Two good things happened; my son was cured of his cancer, and The Players School has become one of the finest schools to learn how to play bass, piano, drums or guitar. I'm touring a lot, which, after all, is the name of the game. Nothing replaces the experience of reaching for new music every night in front of an appreciative audience. Keep an eye out for us. I tour with Danny Gottlieb on drums (Danny played drums with Pat Metheny for years), Othello Molineaux (the steel drum player who played in Jaco Pastorius' band) and Richard Drexler on piano and upright bass (Richard came out of the Woody Herman Orchestra). It is maybe the smokingest jazz ensemble I ever played in.

I am a practicing fool because I have this really deep need not to imitate as a bassist. I grant you that it is hard to find totally new bass concepts. But, if you don't look for them, then how can you find SOMETHING that is yours alone? I don't have the technique that many young players have today. And so I rely on my imagination to find new ideas that might be impactful to the people who listen to me. I recently found a totally new way to play the bass guitar, a method of playing that has opened many harmonic doors for me. I will showcase this method on a future recording of mine.

Jazz is my passion when I wear the leader's hat. I have found a lot of new ways to approach the electric bass that I am quite proud of. But, as a sideman, I can play funk like a swamp rat sitting on a hotplate, and I can rock like a rotweiller chained up in front of a piece of ribeye. I've been working hard to find a producer with some forward vision of giving the 4 or 8 bar solo on a pop tune to me instead of the guitar or the synth player. But, so far, the concept seems laughable to most producers. "A BASS PLAYER? PLAYING A SOLO? ON A BEYONCE RECORD?" I didn't realize that my instrument, for all the visibility it has achieved over the years, still is not regarded that highy in the music industry. I am out to change this, if I can.

Regarding the fans that I have, I have noticed over the years that fans of rock music often had a broader appreciation of music in other styles than some jazz fans have had. Rock fans have been incredibly supportive of my music and therefore I would like to say Thank You for all you have done and said about my bass playing. This does not go unnoticed.

I will keep you posted about gigs and new projects that I am involved in. To those people who have supported me and my playing, I send you my love and thanks.

Best to all, Jeff

Guest Category: Performing Arts, Education, Courses & Training, Music
Ashok K. Gangadean, Ph.D., Author, Lecturer, Professor, Philospher, Founder and Director of the Global Dialogue Institute
Guest Occupation: Author, Lecturer, Professor, Philospher, Founder, Director of the Global Dialogue Institute
Guest Biography:

Ashok Gangadean, Ph.D., is truly an international connection. An accomplished author, lecturer and philosopher, Dr. Gangadean has worked with numerous organizations such as UNICEF and the United Nations. He has written several books on global reason, philosophy and dialect and is Founder/Director of the Global Dialogue Institute, which specializes in cultivating common ground and deeper global awareness among diverse worlds in our emerging global communities. He was the first Director of the Margaret Gest Center for Cross-Cultural Study of Religion at Haverford College and has participated in numerous professional conferences on inter-religious dialogue and East-West comparative philosophy. Dr. Gangadean has appeared on NBC News and CNN Headline News, in addition to being a guest on the national series Thinking Allowed


Ashok Gangadean, Professor of Philosophy

Biographical Note
Ashok Gangadean is Professor of Philosophy at Haverford College (Haverford, PA) where he has taught for the past thirty nine years. He was the first Director of the Margaret Gest Center for Cross-Cultural Study of Religion at Haverford, and has participated in numerous professional conferences on inter-religious dialogue and East-West comparative philosophy. . .

Reflection on the Evolution of my Research, Scholarship and Teaching: Setting the Context for my Work
Four decades ago my early focus began in the areas of Logic, Ontology and the Philosophy of Language. My primary concern over the years has been to seek to advance the perennial search for the fundamental grammars of thought (logic of consciousness), the grammars of reality (formal ontology) and the deep structures of language and discourse (logic of natural reason). .

Research and Teaching Interests: philosophy of logic and language; global ontology; global and comparative philosophy; global ethics; global wisdom; Hindu, Buddhist, and Zen tradition in global contexts

Guest Category: Education, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion