Jan 30, 2018
By Valerie Massie
PART ONE – THE POST AND THE PENTAGON PAPERS
Richard welcomes a noted JFK researcher who has more information on The Washington Post and their involvement with Daniel Elsberg. The new movie “The Post” tells the story of the Pentagon Papers from a curious perspective that ignores much of the drama of the real history.
GUEST: JIM DiEUGENIO is the author of “Destiny Betrayed,”about the Garrison investigation of the Kennedy assassination, first published in 1992, with a second, greatly revised edition issued in 2012; and“Reclaiming Parkland,” published in 2013 and reissued in expanded form in 2016, which offers a detailed critical examination of the Warren Commission’s evidence and conclusions, along with an analysis of the CIA’s influence in Hollywood.
He is also the co-author and editor of “The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X.” He co-edited Probe Magazine from 1993-2000 and was a guest commentator on the anniversary issue of the film “JFK” re-released by Warner Brothers in 2013. He has an MA in Contemporary American History from California State University Northridge, is also a specialist in the history and theory of cinema, and has written numerous film reviews.
‘The Post’ and the Pentagon Papers via Consortium News.
His most recent book is Reclaiming Parkland.
PART TWO – REMOTE VIEWING RESEARCH
Richard welcomes the winner of the 2017 PARE award that will be used to support research in associative remote viewing. Leading to a better understanding of what constitutes a “Hit” or “Miss” in ARV.
GUEST: IGOR GRGIC is a IT system engineer (SAP and Oracle). He works in the IT department of one food corporation in Croatia.
In his free time he is occupied with his true life passions. These passions include Remote Viewing (a.k.a. Nonlocal Perception / Anomalous Cognition), Dream Interpretation and other Psi phenomenon, and also Forex trading. His latest passion is studying original teachings of Kabbalah.
Igor Grgić, Debra Lynne Katz, and Patrizio Tressoldi study associative remote viewing (ARV), a specific application of remote viewing during which predictions about events or circumstances can be made. ARV is a method to access information that will only be known in the future, and it is commonly connected with predicting outcomes of financial and sporting events. Grgić and his team will be reviewing data from previously completed ARV trials. The researchers seek to understand what worked when predictions resulted in hits and what went wrong when predictions resulted in misses. Then, six independent judges and two teams of two working under blind conditions will repeat judging, scoring, and prediction methods of the previous trials with a focus on identifying and evaluating differences in judging styles and predictive decision-making, leading to a better understanding of what constitutes a “Hit” or “Miss” in ARV.
2017 PARE Awardees via Parapsychological Association Research Endowment (PARE).