#230 – Grimerica Talks 9/11, the Lighthouse Effect, & More with Richard Lighthouse
Interview starts 36:35
Richard Lighthouse joins us and we chat about the “lighthouse” affect – the actual frequency (1.39 Thz) of the Universe. The universe is actually blinking on and off, and matching that frequency could affect time. We chat about scientists looking for a solution between the quantum and newtonian physics, how technology has possibly been developed around this “lighthouse” frequency, what the Seth material says about this.
We also get into the “Hutchison affect”, 911 and Judy Woods work, and some of our previous episodes like the Electric Universe theory.
In the intro we tease an upcoming episode on Darren’s vacation and Graham’s trip to Red Pill Expo. We read some listener synchro’s, and some feedback from one of our newer listeners.
See the links below for stuff we chatted about during the show and the intro:
http://www.grimerica.ca/barrett/ Grimerica episode with Dr. Kevin Barrett
http://www.grimerica.ca/ep185/ Grimerica episode with Wal Thornhill – Electric Universe
http://www.grimerica.ca/ep160/ Grimerica episode with Neal Adams – Growing Earth
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