Roni Bell Sylvester is a passionate champion of private property rights in the United States of America, including the beneficial use of water as a vested property right. We discuss the many legal quagmires connected to water, land ownership, and resource complexes, and Roni’s ideas about how to correct and heal the issues caused by federal regulatory interference in state affairs.
Dowsing can be used to locate water, lost objects and people, and answer literally any question. Sandee Mac, the president of the American Society of Dowsers, discusses dowsing as an important calling, addressing the urgent need for people to open up and receive its treasures.
Inventor John Ellis has revolutionized water filtration for decades with a lightweight, patented technology for energizing and distilling tap water. We discuss the history, evidence, and testimonials that support this unprecedented breakthrough in water structuring technology.
Kim and Dr. Gerald Pollack, the author of The 4th Stage of Water, talk about how science works in terms of funding and discovery. Water pioneer Dan Nelson joins in for an exploration of cutting-edge research and theories in the field of water science.
At a time when aquifers are being seized, rationed, and metered by governments and municipalities, it is critically important to understand what split estate laws really mean and how they are applied. Join us as we explore what appears to be a Water Law Matrix with guest Dr. Angus McIntosh.