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Jan 6, 2019

Margie Kay - Remote Viewing Class and Kansas City UFOs

“In my client who had confessed her “alien abduction” experience, an alter had been instructed that if she began to remember the ritual abuse she was to remember the alien abduction, so that nobody would believe her account of the ritual abuse. This program did not work with us, but you can imagine the larger consequences of such a ruse. - p 55” - Alison Miller, Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control, Good Reads. Paul Davids interview/CIA Mind Control

OddsnEnds -
  • Cat Clones due in March. Via China. Mysterious Universe. Asking $: 55 thousand per.
  • Meet Ayda. Discover why a Hazmat suit is needed to move this (very haunted) Doll. Destination America. Visit her at the Museum of Shadows in Nebraska.
  • Guinness Book trivia: Record for setting up a 2 person tent. Owned by a Wyoming couple. (Just over a minute) Requirement that added time? Must finish INSIDE the tent.
  • Reported 2019 Food trend: Bugs. USA Today. Apparently a holdover. As noted by Today's Dietician, bugs were trending for 2018. Optimistic view - might kick in by 2025.
  • The more palatable Mediterranean Diet is a 2019 winner. CNN.
  • Citing Suzy Hansen, Director of UFOCUS New Zealand. Pattern with UFO sightings suggests a relationship to seismic events. Source.
  • Heartwarming - Group rescue of Jake the Dog from the subway. Gothamist.

Legendary Remote Viewer Pat Price shook things up a bit when he showed up one day with a tidbit about a discovery he found in his spare time. Curious if there were any UFO bases on the planet, he explored - and found 4. Remote Viewer Paul Smith shares that story (and the location of the bases) with Jeffrey Mishlove.

Remote Viewing with Paul Smith: Site
New Thinking Allowed with Jeffrey Mishlove: YouTube.
Referenced in their conversation: Incredible Coincidence by Alan Vaughan/Amazon.

- "Alan Vaughan has compiled more than 150 actual case histories to prove that there is more to incredible coincidence than meets the eye: -- A woman in Berkeley, California, is locked out of her house; the postman walks up, holding a letter from her brother... inside is a spare key."

- Wendy's Coffeehouse Interview with local Remote Viewer Margie Kay

Available on her site.
Interested in learning or improving your Remote Viewing skills? Kansas City Remote Viewer Margie Kay offers classes and 2 day seminars. Midwest locations.

Registration info for the current dates.

Margie Kay is also a Paranormal and UFO Investigator, and author of several books, including The Kansas City UFO Flaps (2017). Focusing on the nationally covered 2011 - 2012 flap, and infamous Kansas City Lights, Margie presents her theory as to why Kansas City has so many unexplained events.

We talk about one of the most intriguing UFO cases from the book, regarding a contactee who gained healing abilities. That case is ongoing.

Margie Kay details the first time she attempted to Remote View a suspected abduction case, sending her consciousness to the location to see if she could gather information that might be helpful.

Indeed, her information helped locate the victim and produced a successful rescue in the nick of time. To book Margie Kay for an event, contact her via her Website.

Show airs Sunday at 8p CST, KCMO Talk Radio 710
Thank you for listening!
Stay Curious. 

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