These days, we all need a good dose of psychic protection to keep us in metaphysical shape! We can be vulnerable, especially when we get spooked out by “things that go bump in the night”. The trouble is few of us realise great psychic protection can help us remain positive when faced with “unusual” events such as UFO sightings, ghosts, dire 2012 prophecies or scary movies and broadcasts.
The gifted, and now deceased genius, actor Orson Wells proved how many of us are influenced by eerie media matters in his famous radio broadcast on CBS in the late thirties, a time when today’s interest in the metaphysical would have had people “laughing in the aisles”.
On the night of October 30, Orson Wells scared the US public with a simple radio transmission. Whilst broadcasting H. G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” on the radio, subsequently a Hollywood movie starring Tom Cruise, Wells decided to give the second half of the play a realistic slant, so interspersed it with sound bytes, news reports and interviews.
He told his audience that a Martian rocket had landed and that crowds were gathering around the capsule. The show then went on to report Martians firing on the crowds with gamma ray guns. .As the show continued to be interrupted with urgent reports of more Martian landings, and interviews with terrified eye witnesses, those who had missed out on the first part of the play thought the US was really being attacked by aliens, and that people were running through the streets “like rats” as far away from the “great Martian machines!” as possible.
Six million people listened to that broadcast and 1.7 million believed the Martian invasion was the real thing. Interestingly, the war in Europe had not yet begun, and Adolf Hitler himself commented on the show saying that the US reaction was evidence of the decadence and corrupt condition of democracy.
The public were furious, and CBS was forced to ensure that no more radio plays would have fake “news interruptions” to heighten their drama. Orson Welles, however, shot to stardom as a result of his broadcast.
The above proves that psychic protection is not a supernatural joke; in fact it is far more effective than most believe. It accentuates the power of positive thinking, and our connection with reality, rather than diminishing that connection as many believe. Perhaps if the US public had nurtured their faith in unconditional love and its creative power they would have realised that Orson’s radio play with a con right from the start. Just a thought!
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