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Lost Arts Radio Show #167 - Special Guest Harry Rhodes

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Many of us tend to just get used to the deteriorating condition of life on our planet and the spread of every kind of atrocity we can imagine. We try to forget about what's really going on, just because it's too unpleasant to really focus on for very long at one time. But some people have a different reaction. When they realize there are bad things going on, they feel they have to do something to help find a solution and act on it.

Such was the response of Englishman Harry Rhodes (Facebook) when he realized what was going on with the worldwide chemical air raid going on over his head just about every day. When Harry understood that the long lines he saw coming out the back of jet aircraft were not ice crystals ("contrails"), but instead were solid particulates of toxic metals and other chemical and biological poisons, he knew he could not just ignore the magnitude of this threat to all life on Earth. He prayed to be shown a solution to this global problem. The answer came quickly and appeared on his computer screen. What developed from there is an amazing story that most people might find impossible to believe.

But the story is real. And it has implications for our future will affect every one of us, and in fact, they already are. Harry will be with us this Sunday on Lost Arts Radio, to explain what he was shown to do, how he acted on the specific answer to his request, and what this means for you. I think you will want to be there when we have this discussion.

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