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March 27, 2016

The Mysticism of Easter
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The Sleeping Prophet Douglas James Cottrell returns to the program to discuss the Resurrection mystery and the importance of the Easter Season. Then, has the church been covering up a second Resurrection for centuries?
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The Conspiracy Show: Mysticism of Easter
Richard welcomes Canada's Edgar Cayce and the last of the sleeping prophets Douglas Cottrell to the program. They will discuss the resurrection mystery, why this is an important time of the year and signs of the second advent offering hope and comfort.
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The Conspiracy Show: Hunting the Nazarene
Are you ready for the Truth? Citing historical evidence, including a secret mathematical code in the Gospel of John, John Koerner makes a compelling case that in the mysterious forty days after Jesus rose from the dead he was hunted down, executed, and resurrected a second time. The product of years of research and analysis, his book Hunting the Nazarene follows the evidence that the Catholic Church covered up the second resurrection for centuries.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
John Koener
JOHN KOERNER is an adjunct professor of American History and the founder of Paranormal Walks. He has appeared on \"America\'s Book of Secrets\" on the History Channel, and William Shatner\'s \"Weird or What\" on the Discovery Channel. Koerner is the author of The Secret Plot to Kill McKinley (Western New York Wares, 2011), The Mysteries of Father Baker (Western New York Wares, 2005, updated edition, 2012), Supernatural Power(Authorhouse, 2007),and The Father Baker Code (Western New York Wares, 2009). He is a co-author of Haunted Rochester(History Press, 2009), and Lackawanna (Arcadia Press, 2011). Koerner has an MA in American History from the State University of New York, College at Brockport, and a BA in Communications/Journalism from St. John Fisher College, Summa Cum Laude, Honors Program.

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