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Prophecies & Planet X – Betsey Lewis x James |Ancient Serpent Gods|Earth Changes|Big Foot|EOD 36

  Episode 36: Serpent Gods   Another dose of the Michael Decon Program. Thanks listeners for their support. Germany, Afghanistan and Pakistan. This is a call-in show, he’s willing to talk to you for better or for worse. Betsey Lewis published author, psychic medium, investigator of the paranormal, her own paranormal events at 8 months old, seeing and talking to spirit guides, at age 7 premonitions of earth changes, angels aliens UFOs cattle mutilations and other earth mysteries. Brings on his first guest who relays a childhood experience of missing time on a lonely road in Idaho. She and her mother were regressed “aliens kidnapping us.” Twin Falls, Idaho, walking home from school seeing a disc in the sky and running into a neighbor’s house and hiding under the bed, being contacted by relatives who have passed,  She says Michael has had experiences with ghosts or spirits. He shared a recent experience of a window that mysteriously opened. Betsy said she’s watching over him  Her books are Angels, Aliens and Prophecy: The Connection, Angels, Aliens and Prophecy II: The Angel-Alien Agenda, Ancient Serpent Gods: The Alien Connection to Reptilian Dinosaurs, Predictions 2016 and Beyond: The Prophets Speak, Mystic Revelations of Seven: Sacred Numerology, 2017 Predictions and Planet X, Mystic Revelations of Thirteen: The Key to Earth’s Destiny, and Earth Energy: Return to Ancient Wisdom. She predicted Trump would win seven months before he was elected. People were angry who wanted Hillary to win. Did astrology and numerology on him and everything indicated that he would become president. Her...



James H. Fetzer was born in Pasadena, California, on 6 December 1940. At graduation from South Pasadena High School in 1958, he was presented The Carver Award for leadership. He was magna cum laude in philosophy at Princeton University in 1962, where his senior thesis for Carl G. Hempel on the logical structure of explanations of human behavior won The Dickinson Prize. After being commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, he became an artillery officer and served in the Far East. After a tour supervising recruit training in San Diego, he resigned his commission as a Captain to begin graduate work in the history and philosophy of science at Indiana in 1966. He completed his Ph.D. with a dissertation on probability and explanation for Wesley C. Salmon in 1970. His initial faculty appointment was at the University of Kentucky, where he received the first Distinguished Teaching Award presented by the Student Government to 1 of 135 assistant professors. Since 1977, he has taught at a wide range of institutions of higher learning, including the Universities of Virginia (twice), Cincinnati, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, New College of the University of South Florida, and now the Duluth campus of the University of Minnesota, where he served from 1987 until his retirement in 2006. His honors include a research fellowship from the National Science Foundation and The Medal of the University of Helsinki. In 1996, he became one of the first ten faculty at the University of Minnesota to be...