Monday, December 27 2010: Today on The 'X' Zone with Rob McConnell

The following interviews can be heard starting at 10 pm - 2 am Eastern / 7 pm - 11 pm Pacific (Network 1) 2 am - 6 am Eastern / 11 pm - 2 am Pacific (Network 2) 6 pm - 10 pm Eastern / 3 pm - 7 pm Pacific on The TalkStar Radio Network from our Washington DC Affiliate at or Apple iTunes at or at The 'X' Zone Podcast website at

DR JAMES KROLL - Investigating the PSI Phenomenon - Dr Kroll is an electrical engineer by profession. He earned his Ph.D. degree from SUNY Stony Brook in 1997 and has gone on to work on the development, design and management of various telecommunications projects with a number of highly visible telecom equipment providers. Dr Kroll has also had a lifelong interest in dreaming, stemming from a number of unusual dream re-entry experiences and intense nightmares he had as a child. He had his first off the cuff lucid dream back in 1998. He found it to be a fascinating experience and read up on the subject in an attempt to induce these experiences more reliably. Early attempts met with only modest success. In 2006, Dr Kroll rekindled his interest in lucid dreaming. By now, technology had improved and numerous web sites had popped up dedicated to the art of lucid dreaming. With all this additional information and options, he found it fairly easy to learn to lucid dream on demand. He has now experienced well over 800 lucid dreams in the last 4 years. Dr Kroll is a subject matter expert on use of supplements to modify neurotransmitter levels in the brain to induce brain states that are conducive to lucid dreaming. He also holds a recent patent application on the use of cranial electro stimulation to induce lucid dreaming. Dr Kroll also has a lifelong interest in PSI phenomenon. He is now coupling his interests in lucid dreaming and PSI phenomenon to investigate the use of this unusual altered state of consciousness to design experiments that will hopefully shed some light on the connection between the dreaming mind and PSI. -

SEGMENT 2: 11 pm - 12 am Eastern / 8 pm - 9 pm Pacific
BRIAN HAUGHTON - History's Mysteries - History's Mysteries is an investigation into 35 archaeological mysteries from across the globe, organized by geographical region. As with Brian Haughton's previous book Hidden History, this work separates its collection of enthralling ancient riddles into three sections: Mysterious Places, Unexplained Artefacts, and Enigmatic People. The choice of subjects was made to include a wide range of cultures and a mixture of both the well known and the relatively obscure. Consequently you will read about India's celebrated Taj Mahal and the biblical Temple of Solomon, as well as the little known Royston Cave, in the UK, the infamous Rennes-le-Château, in France, and the forgotten site of Great Zimbabwe, in South Africa. But what constitutes an ancient mystery? The ancient world will more often than not be mysterious by its very nature. We can excavate buildings, artefacts, even sometimes texts, but we cannot know how the people of these ancient societies felt, what they believed or what motivated them to behave in the way they did. Nevertheless, modern science is allowing us the kind of access to secrets of the past which was only dreamt of a few decades ago. DNA studies, for example, of modern inhabitants of parts of Syria, Palestine, Tunisia, Morocco, Cyprus, and Malta have shown extraordinary connections with the ancient Phoenicians who once had colonies in those areas. Ongoing study, conservation, and sampling of The Uluburun Shipwreck, the remains of a 3,300 year old ship and its extraordinary cargo from the coast of southern Turkey, is discovering fascinating connections between ancient Canaan, Egypt, Mycenaean Greece, Italy and even the Baltic Sea area of Northern Europe. Science alone, however, will not give us a complete picture of the ancient world. But when combined with the study of mythology, folklore and sometimes simply a sharp change of viewpoint when looking back at the ancient world, science can be extremely enlightening. Indeed, it is surprising what can be accomplished by turning oneself off from a technology-obsessed 21st century mindset, for example in terms of understanding what the priorities may have been for the inhabitants of Nabta Play in the Egyptian desert 11,000 years ago, or the builders of Tenochtitlan in Mexico, around 700 years ago. Nevertheless, even if we could somehow project ourselves back into antiquity, one suspects that the magic and mystery which was undoubtedly a part of the everyday lives of many of these ancient civilizations would remain elusive. It is often said by 'alternative' historians that bringing a particularly controversial ancient site or artifact to the attention of the world will 'turn conventional wisdom on its head'. 'Conventional' archaeologists ('conventional' presumably meaning those who have studied and qualified as archaeologists) are criticized for not being open-minded enough to accept new theories and ideas. But, generally this is not the case, witness the (often heated) discussions surrounding genuinely challenging archaeological puzzles such as the extraordinary Turkish site of Göbekli Tepe, the enigmatic 'Venus' figurines of the last Ice Age, the abandonment of Mesa Verde, or the volcanic eruption which destroyed the Mediterranean island of Thera. Spurious 'ancient' artifacts or sites (such as the Oak Island Treasure or The Dendera Lamps) are anything but a challenge to 'conventional' archaeology. The furore surrounding these subjects on the web and in various print publications is the result of speculation based on the preconceived agenda of the writer, and as such has no place in history or archaeology. It is this distinction between genuine and bogus ancient mysteries that History's Mysteries attempts to clarify. Sometimes a few hours research and a generous helping of critical thinking can dispense with anything in the second category. In writing History's Mysteries Haughton has not attempted to justify personal prejudices regarding the enigmas of the ancient world. Rather he has been guided by the facts, even if, in the end, they can sometimes be unsatisfactory. -

SEGMENT 3: 12 am - 01 am Eastern / 9 pm - 10 pm Pacific
GLEN B STEWART - The Hurricane Man - Glen B. Stewart has been a alternative health researcher for 32 years. He has been a researcher into Mind Over Matter stemming from ancient martial arts training for 37 years. This has led to world record shattering abilities. Some of these abilities include being the world's fastest man in martial arts with 8 punches in under a second (.97 seconds). In addition his research has extended into the area of the body mind spirit. Here he has discovered breakthroughs in the areas of vibrational energy healing and optimized the area called mind over matter. With his extensive background in optimizing the human body he also discovered that all aspects of nature can be positively influenced with specialized combination of mind over matter techniques and vibrational energy healing. Hurricanes are massive balls of turbulent unstable energies. With this discovery Glen has perfected a training system to duplicate his amazing abilities to diffuse and dissipate even the deadliest hurricanes, typhoons and tornadoes. Today he is successfully dissipated considerably 35 hurricanes three tornadoes and three severe tornado conditions. His abilities can be utilized from anywhere in the world to anywhere else in the world. In addition he discovered that when you combine specially trained vibrational healers from around the world you can in effect both enhance the lifesaving healing abilities and spread them over 24 different time zones. As a result healing the human body or dissipating a hurricane can be accomplished 24 hours a day. This principle is called the Stewart principle of a global healing synergy. -

SEGMENT 4: 01 am - 02 am Eastern / 10 pm - 11 pm Pacific
MALCOLM J BRENNER - Recollections of a Dolphin Lover - This man claims that he has made love to a Dolphin! Brenner's writing has appeared in Penthouse, Gnosis, New Realities, Technical Photography, Future Life, and in the anthologies Mind In The Waters and Witchcraft Today, vol. IV: Living Between Two Worlds. His photos have appeared in numerous publications, including Time and the Witchcraft Today series from Llewellyn Worldwide. He is a regular contributor to Harbor Style Magazine. Brenner lives in southwest Florida with two dogs and a housemate. He is planning further research on dolphins and writing his next novel, The Jor-Dan Chronicle, about a woman's encounter with an extraterrestrial alien and its effect on her life and subsequent marriages. He is also writing about his childhood experiences growing up in a family that believed in "orgone energy." His "WET GODDESS" website is

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