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Open Eyes 058 Haunted House Reality

Open Eyes Podcast

 

 

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You can also listen to this episode at Late Night In The Midlands.

 

What are haunted houses, really? What are ghosts? Are they even real? On this episode of Open Eyes, we look into it all, as well as share some personal stories of encounters with the paranormal.

 

The following are the show notes used to record this episode.  They are here for your reference and convenience.

 

 

News:

 

http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/there-are-more-slaves-today-any-time-human-history?

 

 

 

http://www.newsforage.com/2015/01/wealthiest-americans-say-poor-have-it.html

 

The nation’s wealthiest think that the poor have it pretty easy.

A survey by the Pew Research Center found that 54% of those with the greatest financial security believe that “poor people today have it easy because they can get government benefits without doing anything in return.”
Only 36% of the wealthiest say “poor people have hard lives because government benefits don’t go far enough to help them live decently.”

 

 

 

 

http://www.trueactivist.com/did-the-french-president-just-call-out-the-illuminati-for-attacking-paris/

 

    Those who have committed those actions: those terrorists, those illuminés, those fanatics, have nothing to do with Islam.”
 
If Islam extreme terrorists are not to blame for the horrific incident, then who is? A hint may have been given within the context of his statement.
 
Illuminé seems to be the choice term which could have two different meanings – depending on the interpreter or the audience. From French to English, illuminé is translated to mean ‘illuminated’. Two possible definitions follow:
 
The first could mean someone who is a crazy fanatic. This would be the obvious translation, but then right after the president says, “ces illuminés”, why does he say “ces fanatiques”, meaning “these fanatics”.
 
Snohammad

 

 

 

Measles outbreak in California is being blamed on anti-vaccine people, but they say nothing about the floods of illegal immigrants coming into the country, do they?  Nope.  It’s all about demonizing people that are asking questions about vaccination safety.

 

 

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