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The word 'meltdown' gets used a lot, to mean a calamity worse than
your normal everyday calamity. Of course, as with any really useful
word, its impact has been diluted by what I call 'spinoff usage' --
that is, when the word is used in less dire circumstances, such as
'I'm having a hair meltdown' when one's stylist has failed to please,
or 'Jacob is having a meltdown in his room' when a two-year-old
decides he hates Brussels sprouts (but then, who doesn't have that
reaction?).

The meltdowns I'm going to be talking about tonight with George Noory
on his influential Coast-to-Coast AM radio show are not trivial ones.
They are real catastrophes that we could well encounter in the
not-too distant future. Don't mistake me -- I'm not an alarmist like
too many of my colleagues have turned out to be. But only a fool
would look at the way the world's present and its immediate future is
shaping up and think we're not in trouble. I do believe in prudence,
and I am also convinced that no matter what the skeptical community
and mainstream science may think of it, extrasensroy perception --
so-called ESP -- can give you an edge (or, as I like to say, an unfair
advantage!) in dealing with a meltdown that has a high probability of
coming to threaten yourself or your family.

But that is not all I will be talking about. All is not just doom and
gloom -- there is hope! I want to tell listeners about a brand new
development in consciousness research that promises not only to shed
new light on and provide new evidence for the reality of ESP. But
this new development has also affected how I do the remote viewing
training classes I offer. I think you'll find what I have to say
regarding this interesting and useful as well. So tune in tonight
(Coast to Coast AM on your local radio station or on the web, starting
at 11:00pm Pacific, 1:00am Central) You can find the link on my own
website at http://www.rviewer.com

Paul H. Smith

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