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  1. Richard Cox

    Tricia Barker, Life After Near Death Experience Ain’t Always Easy |469|

    Hello Alex and Typoz, I’m not suggesting we dismiss or don’t pay attention to NDEs absent medical evidence. I interviewed an ND Experiencer without requesting to see any evidence that her tale is real. Furthermore, when massive amounts of these NDEs overlap, we can of course be highly confident...
  2. Richard Cox

    Tricia Barker, Life After Near Death Experience Ain’t Always Easy |469|

    I'm not sure if I've understood your point correctly, but to be clear I'm not questioning the NDE phenomenon, I'm saying that when we start to examine the meaning of NDEs, individual unverifiable anecdotes taken on disproportionate influence.
  3. Richard Cox

    Dr. Mark Pitstick After Death Communication Shatters Materialism |468|

    I suspect Dr. Pitstick only cooled off on the Dream Team aspect because Alex pushed him. In other interviews I’ve heard on the Soul Phone where no pushing was present, the team was presented without reservation. Given the culturally relative nature of NDEs it’s certainly interesting that...
  4. Richard Cox

    Tricia Barker, Life After Near Death Experience Ain’t Always Easy |469|

    Thank you for the interview Alex, I’d like to pick up on the discussion about Ian McCormack: I think this demonstrates a weak spot in NDE research. Because we know beyond doubt that NDEs are a thing that happen, we are inclined to take seriously any anecdotal account. This leads us to a point...
  5. Richard Cox

    David Icke, Love Not Fear is The Answer |460|

    Hello everyone, thank you for the interview Alex, it was timely for me as it’s approaching twenty years since I first encountered David Icke (and alternative views in general) and I’ve been trying for some time to collect my thoughts. For anyone who’s interested I’m going to copy in a draft of...
  6. Richard Cox

    Interview with a trance medium

    I didn't say 18th century did I!? I hope I didn't make that mistake!
  7. Richard Cox

    Charlie Morely, Why His Buddhist Teacher Told Him to Dream Into Hell |455|

    Hello David, Reflecting on this theme I wrote the following poem around the time of the interview. I noticed the same questions emerged in the Jasun Horsley interview. Therapy for the Devil ‘You people are from your father the devil, and you want to do what your father desires. He was a...
  8. Richard Cox

    Interview with a trance medium

    She doesn't have a book, I think she's writing one but I can assure you hardly anyone makes money from books. I forget her exact session fee but it's something like £20 per hour.
  9. Richard Cox

    Grant Cameron, No Such Thing As Evil ET? |449|

    I simply mean any use of deception for nefarious purposes. That could be someone wearing a mask to get a certain relationship, a cult leader abusing the language of spirituality, or an organisation like the WWF acting as green cover for corporations to damage the environment. This could also...
  10. Richard Cox

    Grant Cameron, No Such Thing As Evil ET? |449|

    I’m late getting into the conversation because I wanted to read one of Grant Cameron’s books. Honestly, the interview made me question where I should, because I really don’t think he came across well, but I ended up reading Tuned In - The Paranormal World of Music. It’s a fascinating book...
  11. Richard Cox

    Matthew Alper, Have Skeptics Lost Their Edge? |448|

    Hello everyone, I'm just chiming in with reference to Alex's closing remarks regarding the upcoming book. Alex, how should we get the ball rolling?
  12. Richard Cox

    Richard Cox, is 9/11 Deeply Spiritual? |428|

    No I have not. I'd been meaning to post for a while.
  13. Richard Cox

    Richard Cox, is 9/11 Deeply Spiritual? |428|

    I would summarise there are several possibilities to account for Daniel’s information: 1 That we are getting carried away, seeing patterns where only coincidence exists. 2 That the creators of Back to the Future had advanced knowledge of the 9/11 attacks. 3 That the creators of Back to the...
  14. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    Well I really haven't done one. The only reason I can even jump into this conversation is because I've previously read Debbie Nathan's book a couple of times. She doesn't cover this case, so the entirety of my knowledge comes from John Brisson's two videos. In the first one he goes through Ross...
  15. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    I contacted Debbie Nathan and asked her if a dedication page mentioning James Toward had been removed from the 2nd edition of the book. Here’s her reply: ‘Indeed, Mike Snedeker and I did include the James Toward in our 1995 (original edition) list of the falsely accused. ‘The material in...
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    Richard Cox, is 9/11 Deeply Spiritual? |428|

    Okay, As a result of this thread I had Daniel (Grimy1984) on the show to talk about the foreshadowing of future events in films, specifically, 9/11 in Back to the Future. We also discuss the symbolism of the films and whether it arises consciously from the writers, or as part of some deeper...
  17. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    Okay, I’ve been in touch with John Brisson, he informed me that James Toward was listed on the dedication page of Satan’s Silence. In my copy there is no such page or any reference to anything about the Toward case anywhere in the book. John is currently occupied, but has told me he will check...
  18. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    Okay but I don't have contact details for him, they're not on his website or YouTube channel.
  19. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    I literally just posted about Debbie Nathan’s challenges to that narrative. If you don’t think the diagnostic limitations of the time (which even Cheit acknowledges), Matthew Johnson’s Strep infection, Judy Johnson’s psychosis or Ross Cheit’s attempts to downplay that have any bearing, then yes...
  20. Richard Cox

    John Brisson, Finders Cult or Another Epsteinesque Brownstone Op |443|

    I think Ross Cheit is writing a slanted view of the evidence for Matthew Johnson being sexually abused. All facts considered I don’t think it’s nearly as clear cut. What is clear is that during the summer of 1983, Matthew Johnson developed a problem with his anus, which caused him pain when he...
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