Archive for category Be Reasonable
In this episode we interview Deborah Houlding, who creates and reads Horary astrological charts to find an answer to people’s questions.
This month on Be Reasonable we speak to intuitive Jacqui O’Reilly. Although not comfortable with the label ‘psychic’, Jacqui believes she has an ability to make readings and predictions with unnerving accuracy, and discusses the use of her abilities in locating missing persons, as well as the need to test her skills scientifically.
This month on Be Reasonable we speak to American UFO researcher Michael Horn. Michael is one of the most vocal and prolific supporters of Billy Meier – the Swiss septuagenarian who claims to have been visited by aliens regularly throughout his life, and claims to have concrete evidence of their existence.
This month on Be Reasonable we speak to American Cryptozoologist Jonathan Whitcomb. Best known for his research into living Pterosaurs, Whitcomb authored a book in 2006 called ‘Searching for Ropens‘ about his research to date, in which he also criticises the standard model of universal and ancient pterosaur extinction.
This month on Be Reasonable, we speak with pro-life activist Andrew Burton. Andy is involved in the Milton Keynes chapter of the 40 Days for Life movement – an anti-abortion campaign which pickets abortion clinics worldwide.
Naveena Shine recently made the headlines with her 6 month-long ‘Living on Light’ experiment into living without food – an experiment she ended after just 47 days. Marsh spoke to her about Living on Light, and whether she thinks human beings really can survive without food.