07-30-15 - Mysterious Doctor Deaths & Disappearances / JFK, Watergate, Population Control & Earthquakes - Linda Moulton Howe, Erin Elizabeth
Mysterious Doctor Deaths & Disappearances
In the first hour, author, raw foods chef, and investigative journalist Erin Elizabeth discussed the spate of recent murders, mysterious deaths and disappearances of doctors in the last month, most of whom were found dead in Florida and the Southeast. According to her, nine doctors have died under mysterious circumstances while another four have gone missing in just over the last thirty days. Aside from the geographic consistencies, Elizabeth noted that most of the doctors practiced some form of holistic medicine. "It's really happening," she stressed, despite attempts by skeptics to debunk this strange trend of doctor deaths. As a friend and colleague to many of these now-fallen doctors, she expressed hope that some reason for the wave of mysterious deaths and disappearances with be uncovered and that the unsettling events will come to an end.
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Next, Linda shared her interview with investigative journalist and author Jim Marrs, who declared "these people want you dead," as he warned that the moneyed elite of the world have an agenda aimed at dramatically lower the population of Earth. He cited numerous instances where powerful people such as Prince Phillip and Henry Kissinger intimated or outright advocated for the benefits of population control. Marrs attributed this desire to lingering adherents of the controversial eugenics movement of the late 1800's which sought to manipulate the population in order to cultivate the "ideal human." While eugenics fell out of public favor following World War II, Marrs theorized that the concept remains alive with the New World Order as they hope to "rid the gene pool of people who might dirty the water." Further info.
In her final segment, Linda spoke with geophysics professor John Vidale, who talked about the potential for a major earthquake on the west coast of North America. He explained that the unique nature of collisions between tectonic plates in the region causes them to stick together for hundreds of years and then separate "all at once in a big earthquake." According to Vidale, the last major quake was about 200 years ago and one ranging from 8.5 and 9 appears to occur about every 250 years. Should such a massive earthquake occur, he suggested that major cities would be relatively unscathed by tsunamis and that modern buildings would likely be okay, but communication and highway systems could be badly disrupted while older buildings may be destroyed. "It's not going to be nearly as dramatic as a Hollywood movie," he said, "but it could still be very bad or even fatal for the economy of the region."