OPEN PHONE FRIDAY
with Patrick Timpone
“It takes a long time to get Young” – Longevity secrets from a spiritual perspective
Patrick and Sharon talk with listeners, and each other, pondering emailed questions from the audience, taking a look at the latest news, and having a lot of fun. You’re invited to participate; we’d love to hear from you!
-What are the responses to Donald and Ivanka Trump’s convention speeches?
-Linda from Cincinnati recommends lacto-fermented sauerkraut for stomach aches.
-According to Dr. John Apsley, doing burst exercise for 30 seconds, resting for 90 seconds, and repeating the exercise and resting for 8 times is like 2 hours of very vigorous exercise.
-Denise sings the praises of Eva Cassidy and her rendition of Over The Rainbow.
-Flat Earth topic stirs up listenership feedback on Facebook.
-Linda learned how to make sauerkraut from Natasha Campell-McBride. She developed ulcerative colitis soon after being forced to have a MMR shot in the maternity ward. Sauerkraut, diet, and lifestyle changes got her off meds. Recommends Dr. Gabor Maté’s book, When The Body Says No.
-Also discussed with Linda: Is the earth flat? Did we go to the moon? What did explorer Richard Byrd see and are they hiding something in the Antartica? What is the Mandela effect? What is real? How do you soul travel? Is our concept of life an illusion? What happens when we take mind-expanding drugs?
-Emailer says Hitler was interested in Antartica. Weird place names there, including a place named Rockefeller Mountains.
-Recommendation for David McGowan’s book, Wagging the Moondoggie.
-Donna’s favorite home remedy is coconut oil and baking soda. Used for skin tags and open wound skin cancer.
-Christine’s favorite remedy is the leg massage posted on ORN.
-What happened when Patrick used his Q-Laser on The Point of 100 Diseases?
-Sandy took sulfur and enjoys the new energy, the relief from chemical sensitivity, and the reduction in the number of Apex Energetics glutathione recycler capsules needed. Says Ceylon cinnamon is the only cinnamon to use.
-Jules says her favorite home remedy is bone broth and soup with bone marrow.
Sharon shares how she makes chicken broth and chicken soup. Emailer recommends breaking open the bones with pliers to let marrow seep into the broth.
-Mary recommends Kubrick’s Odyssey.
-Antartica was an important Nazi destination, thought by Byrd to be an entrance to the hollow earth.
-Dee talks about the Nazi base on the South Pole and the Allied invasion.
-Patrick’s stocks, recommended by Trader Scott: AG (First Majestic Silver), DOG (shorting the Dow), GDX (gold miners ETF), GDXJ (junior gold miners), TRX (Tanzanian Royal Exploration Corporation, Patrick’s pick)
-Jill says everything happens within the mind. Think of it as having multiple personalities. Is the dream world real?
-Why can’t we remember dreams?
-Denise shares her dream of finding she could go through a door only by thinking about going through a door, and wondering if she was alive or dead in her dreamstate.
-Linda from Cincinnati and Sandy from Sunnyvale (and also one for her boyfriend Nick) won the drawing for the tie-dyed T-shirts.
-Ending song is Over The Rainbow, by Eva Cassidy.
open phones with sharon and patrick, july 22, 2016, hour one