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“This guy would call me on my radio show and say, ‘I visited you in your dreams last night’”, explained US syndicated talk radio host Erich “Mancow” Muller while speaking to this reporter during an interview that aired this week on The Mancow Experience.  Mr. Muller was responding to descriptions of AZ Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ secret messages heard in audio recordings of her voice played through a mirror filter during the 15-minute segment. The messages disclosed secret unconscious political intelligence relating a “nightmare” scenario in which she saw former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin receiving news of the representative’s death. previously covered this story, along with an article in which Jared Loughner’s secret messages revealed his unconscious intent to “load guns and kill” over 3 months prior to his alleged involvement in the Tucson, AZ shooting tragedy during which 6 people were killed and 13 injured.

“I began to feel a foreign presence in my dreams. He would tell me what I dreamed about.  He’d also tell me about what I did before I went to bed. And in great detail.” This reporter, Jon Kelly, the Vancouver UFO Examiner for Examiner,com, spoke to Mr. Muller’s Chicago-based broadcast via telephone from his local Vancouver, BC mobile audio lab, where the forensic audio samples of unconscious disclosures from Gabrielle Giffords, Sarah Palin, Jared Loughner and many others had been developed over a 12-year period. Next week marks the 10-year anniversary of a bold and ground-breaking report from the Vancouver lab that described 2003’s “Shock and Awe” strikes against Baghdad at the beginning of the US-led Iraq War. The report was released to the public in late January 2001, 2 years before the war began.

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"Is there any proof of this? I mean some objective record made before the Gifford shooting? If not, it sounds like exploitation - fiction trying to cash in on tragedy. Meantime nothing about the murder of John P. Wheeler shortly before the Gifford tragedy."
-- Jack Sarfatti