Upcoming shows (Nov. 14-18)
Monday, November 14
Political-Economic Analyst for Africa
COP 27 “Climate Change” Will Reduce Economic Growth in African Nations-Causing Increased Death Rates
Lawrence Freeman is a Political-Economic Analyst for Africa, who has been involved in economic development policies for Africa for over 30 years. He is a teacher, writer, public speaker, and consultant on Africa. He is also the creator of the blog: lawrencefreemanafricaandtheworld.com . Mr. Freeman’s stated personal mission is; to eliminate poverty and hunger in Africa by applying the scientific economic principles of Alexander Hamilton
Michael Clarage PhD
Astrophysicist and Lead Scientist of SAFIRE
The Stars, Planets and Connected Systems
Large scale electric fields and currents have not received much attention in astronomy – in fact for almost a century they were proclaimed impossible, hence research into them was made impossible at any established research center.
Looking at electrical connections between stars and planets is just as interesting as looking at the electrical connections between bees and flowers, or between aphids and leaves (http://www.experiment.com/aphids). Nature is constantly effecting communication through electric fields and currents. And with the mountains of satellite and telescope data coming in, the astrophysical community is poised to revise many explanations that up until now have only used gravity and nuclear forces, to include the causative role of electric fields and currents.
Show for Tuesday, November 15
Elizabeth Bright, DO, ND
American Osteopath and Naturopath
Why do so many women suffer from chronic illness and mental health problems?
Elizabeth Bright is a 57-year-old American Osteopath and Naturopath based in beautiful Bari, in the south of Italy. She has been a carnivore for three years. Before her current 99% meat diet, she ate a meat-heavy ketogenic diet. Elizabeth went full carnivore when she entered menopause. Menopause scares women, so she decided to write a book about it called Good Fat is Good for Women: Menopause. Her research demonstrates how a high-fat, carnivore diet improves the symptoms associated with it. This realization made her realize how society worldwide influences women to avoid eating meat and animal fat. She believes this is the reason so many women suffer from chronic illness and mental health problems. (Bio from Dr. Shawn Baker Podcast on YouTube)
Dr. Andrew Kaufman
If Viruses Don’t Exist As We’ve Always Believed, Where Do We Go from Here?
Dr. Andrew Kaufman is an American natural healing consultant, inventor, expert witness and forensic psychiatrist who has been powerfully outspoken throughout the pandemic.
Speaking counter to the mainstream media, Dr. Kaufman has stated that a virus is not causing a new disease, there is no evidence of increased mortality and modern medicine is the leading cause of death.
Having studied at MIT, Duke and the Medical University of South Carolina, he has published original research and lectured, supervised, and mentored medical students in all psychiatric specialties. His knowledge and experience has qualified him as an expert witness in local, state, and federal courts.
Show for Wednesday, November 16
Guest to be determined
Show for Thursday, November 17
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Show for Friday, November 18
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