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Making Sense of Life with Paranormal Researcher Richard Alabone

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They say that DNA makes us who we are which is correct, but it works in a completely different manner to the current theory. Today''s special guest Richard Alabone believes he has given the answers in his new revolutionary book, Making Sense of Life. Alabone analyses the evidence and solves many of humanity’s most puzzling conundrums.

Many biologists have concluded that DNA is not a book of instructions but have no idea what the answer could be. This book gives the answer. We are all direct copies of our parents by a flow of information across space. This information flow continues during life and explains the paranormal, telepathy, healing and spiritualism.

This revelation came about from the author's search to understand telepathy. It also explains instinct, ghosts, dousing, even reincarnation; as well as the quantum carrier of information, what it is and where it comes from. But this new theory of biology shows how our brain and mind grows, so will change how we see consciousness. The mystery of heredity is solved; as is diversity and evolution.

“I really can’t even begin to explain how what I uncovered paves the way to endless discovery for humanity,” explains the author. “We can see DNA works in a completely different way to the old idea that it is a book of instructions. The new theory now gives understanding to many things that previously were scientific mysteries.”

Richard Alabone has been studying psychic experiences for more than 60 years, and is a member of the Society for Psychical Research, and the Scientific and Medical Network in the U.K. He is retired from a career as a research and development engineer on radar and television equipment, and also spent nine years as a Civil Service technical manager. During 40 broadcasts, entitled Paranormal is Normal; he spoke to many interesting people who explained the psychic side of life.

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