Episode 119

David Heerman -- Tingle Fields -- Unknown force fields (malevolent entities) that attach to humans.

In this (circa 1990) episode of Timeless Voyager Radio, host Bruce Stephen Holms examines the theory of guest, David Heerman's experience with "Tingle Fields" located in the Bronson cave in Los Angeles , CA just north of the Hollywood Hills. David says he first noticed them when he put his arm out in the cave and felt a strange sensation on his skin.

After experimenting with the "Tingle Field" or "Tingle Form", he realized that these "entities" had a sinister purpose and attached themselves to humans.

During the interview, Bruce plays a "sound" created by Heerman that supposedly causes the "Tingle Form" to (in a sense, explode) and thereby rid the human of the vampire-like entity which not only feeds on negative emotions (jealously, lust, hate, even murder as examples) but creates them in the human, David Heerman says it's like when we create our own food by "fattening" cattle in order to slaughter them for food later.

So, the real question is -- IS THIS REAL? After listening, you be the judge. Is it possible that things exist? Does the sound really get rid of them?

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From 1987 through 1994 Timeless Voyager Radio was broadcast over 200+ radio stations world-wide in most top 50 radio markets in the US, Canada, and Short-Wave world-wide. Bruce Stephen Holms, the Timeless Voyager host started the radio program on KCSB 91.9 in Santa Barbara, CA in the fall of 1987.

It consisted of interviews with leading edge speakers in the fields of UFOs, Extraterrestial encounters, Alternative and Natural Health modalities, Channeling, Psychic Phenomena, Cryptozoology (Bigfoot/Sasquatch), Religio-Political, and Seers who explain The quest for Enlightenment.

What made Timeless Voyager Radio different was the program was broadcast at 9 am Monday morning “drive time” instead of the usual late night hours that was reserved for “para-normal” programs. It was launched from a college radio station in 1987 and by 1990 Timeless Voyager Radio was enjoyed by listeners of commercial radio stations in the US and in most parts of the world over short wave radio until it was retired from live broadcasting in late 1994 .

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