Whitley Strieber, who shocked the world with his allegedly true story Communion, claims that he has been and continues to be the subject of regular abductions by entities of unknown origin. Ed Conroy, a journalist, provides an examination of the entire Striber case: his discoveries about this unusual man, including details that include his psychological profile.
Ralph Blum, creator of the immensley popular Rune Stones, the ancient oracle of the vikings, presents the history of those symbols. He explores their usage today as a personal tool for guidance in personal transformation, and explains his latest creation, Rune Cards.
Dr. Eberhard and Dr. Phillis Konhausen, co-authors of the book Formula for Life, discuss their transformation into physical well-being. In their mid-60's, these two doctors provide an overview of the benefits and problems of sunbathing, vitamins, and free-radical detoxification.
Shakti Gawain, author of a New Age best seller Creative Visualization, shares her personal stories from her most recent work, Return to the Garden. She discusses her path, recent changes, as well as new processes and techniques she has adopted.|SHAKTI GAWAIN : 1990 / produced by Scott Cluthe. SERIES: Vibrations : no.
Houston police officer Mark Timmers is interviewed about his experiences growing up gay and working as a police officer. Johnston also discusses his experiences as a gay working as a dispatcher for the Houston police force.|GAYS BEHIND THE BADGE / produced by Buddy Johnston.
Monette presents his personal experience when he and his loved one battled the sorrow and anger to come to a new honesty in their relationship. He addresses the issue of AIDS to both gay and straight people.|BORROWED TIME : AN AIDS MEMOIR / Paul Monette| produced by Buddy Johnston.
Interview with a street person in Houston, Texas. He discusses how he came to be a street person--from leaving home, to an orphanage, and finally to the existance in Montrose.
Former Richard Nixon aide, a born again Christian, discusses how the religious right is defeating its own purpose by trying to implement its morals through a political agenda. He argues that their objective should be teaching by example, not winning elections.
Interview with the bass player and vocalist for Level 42.
Poet Bob Bonazzi and musician Dan Del Santo discuss poetry and perform spontaneous music-poetry pieces.
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