Thursday, November 3, 2016

The Secret History of Extraterrestrials

 The Secret History of Extraterrestrials
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In celebration of Halloween, listen to an interview with Len Kasten.  A freelance writer and UFO researcher, he's back on the program to discuss about little known history: ETs and abduction accounts, unexplained public and undisclosed military technology from aliens including anti-gravity devices, exopolitics (the influence of ETs in human affairs), the Iraqi Stargate, the Hybrid Project of alien interbreeding by abduction, Nazi ties to UFOS (in photo above) and their secret underground base in Antarctica, government cover-ups of alien interactions including Roswell, and the transformation triggered by the Hale-Bopp comet.

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What Happens the Day After?
Messages from Adolescent Suicides
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Teresa St. Frances.  She is an intuitive and life coach from New Jersey.  She'll talk about her encounters and conversations with spirits of adolescents and young adults who have committed suicide.  Many are unbelievably moving.  By talking with these kids from the "other side" who took their own lives, she has done them justice in fulfilling their request for her to tell their stories.  

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Mystic Healer, Sonja Grace: Spirit Traveler
"Spirit Traveler" takes a unique approach to analyzing why famous historic sites, including the Great Pyramids, Stonehenge, and Tiwanaku, were constructed. There have been thousands of books written about these sites from the perspective of science and archeology.  While this information is crucial to our knowledge, much of the mystery about them remains unsolved and questions surrounding their purpose have lingered through the centuries.  "Spirit Traveler" offers a completely different perspective on the purpose of these sites and the reasons for their construction.  Sonja Grace shares her ability to travel through time and receive the information of what happened  at this ancient sites.  She shares detailed information about the people, demi gods and ceremonies of the past.  "Spirit Traveler" will help people to broaden their perspective on history and shine a new light on their relationships with the universe.  Pre-order your copy today at   Beyond 50's Note: We encourage you to hear her interview called "Spirit Traveler."

  PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Dr. Strange
(Premieres on Nov. 4)
This film is a visual feast that will open up your consciousness to other dimensional universes and phenomenas.  An arrogant neurosurgeon from New York, Dr. Stephen Strange, gets into a grisly car accident that shatters his hand.  The accident leaves him traumatized and unable to continue his profession.  He learns about a possible cure through a mystic in Nepal called the Ancient One.  She helps Dr. Strange to heal and teaches him the ways of sorcery.  Together they have to deal with the evil Kaecilius who wants to open a portal to hell and reveal the secrets of eternal life.  Dr. Strange must choose between going back to his former life as a surgeon or become Earth's protector against paranormal threats.  (Available in Theatres Everywhere on Nov. 4; Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy; Running Time: 130 min.)

This is an emotionally powerful film that is all about growing up black and gay in a tough Miami neighborhood during the 1980s.  Ignored by his crack-addicted mother, Chiron is cared for partly by Juan, a street dealer.  The story follows Chiron's life in 3 stages: as a shy boy who calls himself Little; a teenager who is bullied and struggles with his sexuality; and as a man going by the name of Black who adopts the look and drug-dealing lifestyle of Juan, the only father figure he known.  (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Drama; Running Time: 110 min.)

The Eagle Huntress
(Premieres on Nov. 2)
An inspirational documentary, it captures the indomitable spirit of Dreamers.  13-year-old Aesholpan from the Altai mountain region of Mongolia is determined to be an eagle hunter.  It's an ancient tradition that's handed down from father to son.  She breaks tradition by being the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become one.  It requires capturing a golden eagle as a juvenile, then training it to hunt.  After seven years, the eagle can be released back into the wild.  After months of training, the fearless Aesholpan is ready to compete in the Golden Eagle Festival against 70 of the greatest eagle hunters in Mongolia.  (Available in Select Theatres on Nov. 2; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 87 min.)

Must See Films:

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