Patrick Timpone



When Anything Goes…

And Usually Does!

Patrick talks with listeners and answers emails on

health, wealth and well being.

Call in and share your ideas and experiences with others.

Show Highlights:

-Getting your smart meter out; how easy is it?

-Ho’oponopono: I’m sorry, forgiveme, thank you, I love you; the importance of blessing everyone you’re having a relationship with, including the tax man and the police officer who’s writing you a ticket

-Jim calls in wanting to know what exactly sulfur does; how does it work?

-Jim is thinking that perhaps turpentine may help a friend with cancer

-What’s the difference between chemotherapy and radiation?

-Lower Bowl Balance: Patrick gives us some information on a really nice and gentle product to get the bowels moving

-Steve calls in to talk about building a straw bale house

-A listener has an electrician friend who says the future plan is to have all homes switched over to DC current; Patrick is skeptical

-Patrick McGean calls in to explain how sulfur works

-Regenerating old, dead solar batteries

and so much more!


Winter Open Phones


open phone friday with you and patrick, december 13, 2013, hour one

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