| Interview with Ned Dougherty
||By Bill Moyers
||Interview with Sandie
||Interview by Lori Schneider
||By Dr. Mary G. Elsea
It was a death
to end all deaths, culminating in a resurrection
an hour later and a book with an unqualified prediction
of 9/11 six months before it happened.
On July 2, 1984, nightclub owner Ned Dougherty
died, entered a tunnel of light and met Lt. Dan
Campbell, a friend killed during the Vietnam War.
Campbell, communicating telepathically, told Ned
to remember everything because he would be going
back; he had a mission and this experience would
guide him in that mission.
Dougherty’s near-death experience (NDE)
was vividly detailed. When he
touched the wall of the tunnel of light, which
looked like a tubular ocean wave, crystal-like
liquid sparks exploded into brilliant colors.
One-third of the American
electorate, if a recent Gallup Poll is accurate,
believes the Bible is literally true. This past
November, several million good and decent citizens
went to the polls believing in what is known as
the "rapture index."
These true believers
subscribe to a fantastical theology concocted
in the 19th century by a couple of immigrant preachers
who took disparate passages from the Bible and
wove them into a narrative that has captivated
the imagination of millions of Americans. Its
outline is rather simple, if bizarre : Once
Israel has occupied the rest of its "biblical
lands," legions of
the Antichrist will attack it, triggering a final
showdown in the valley of Armageddon.
heard about the Indigo and Crystal children: their
remarkable powers of creativity, compassion and
connection with Spirit. But are they real or imagined?
If real, just who are these kids and why are they
That's what we asked Sandra Sedgbeer, managing editor and publisher of Children of the New Earth, a glossy magazine devoted exclusively to the care and feeding of these extraordinary "new" kids.
In reading this interview, you will be touched
and moved by their open, loving hearts, formidable
psychic powers and bold determination to bring
all of us into the world of our dreams.
riveting interview, Vietnamese Buddhist monk,
author and teacher Thich Nhat Hanh looks deeply
into the nature of war, the abuse of prisoners
at Abu Ghraib and how America has been overtaken
Read the brilliant clarity of a
peace and justice advocate whose words speak to
the heart like those of Gandhi and Martin Luther
King, Jr. And be sure to click on “Being
Peace” for an interactive meditation
by Thich Nhat Hanh.
The power of Buddhist compassion to heal even the horrors of war is vividly depicted in "The Light at the Tip of the Candle," a harrowing, beautiful story of a Vietnam vet led by love to peace.
adventure begins in Denver - his anticipation
about swimming with dolphins so high, his body
wouldn’t be still. But then, Jeremy is never
still, his body and his mind always racing, always
in motion. Jeremy is bipolar, autistic and has
multiple learning disabilities, but ultimately,
the names of his challenges don’t matter.
The effects of his disabilities matter constantly.
Jeremy’s first glimpse of
the world was before his head fully emerged from
the birth canal. Only part of his face exposed,
he opened his eyes and began to look around the
room – something the nurse midwives exclaimed
they had never witnessed before.