George Adamski Channeled by Karl Mollison 25Sept2022

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George Adamski 17 April 1891 – 23 April 1965 was a Polish-American author who became widely known in ufology circles, and to some degree in popular culture, after he displayed numerous photographs in the 1940s and 1950s that he said were of alien spacecraft, claimed to have met with friendly Nordic alien Space Brothers, and claimed to have taken flights with them to the Moon and other planets.

Adamski was the first, and most famous, of several so-called UFO contactees who came to prominence during the 1950s. Adamski called himself a “philosopher, teacher, student and saucer researcher”, although most investigators concluded his claims were an elaborate hoax, and that Adamski himself was a charlatan and a con artist.

Adamski authored three books describing his meetings with Nordic aliens and his travels with them aboard their spaceships: Flying Saucers Have Landed (co-written with Desmond Leslie) in 1953, Inside the Space Ships in 1955, and Flying Saucers Farewell in 1961.

The first two books were both bestsellers; by 1960 they had sold a combined 200,000 copies. 

In addition to his contributions to ufology in the United States, Adamski’s work became very popular in Japan and helped inspire many depictions of aliens and UFOs in postwar Japanese culture and media.


Sidney Korshak Channeled by Karl Mollison 18Sept2022

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Sidney Korshak Channeled by Karl Mollison 18Sept2022


Sidney Korshak – June 6, 1907 – January 20, 1996 was a lawyer and “fixer” for businessmen in the upper echelons of power and the Chicago Outfit in the United States. His reputation as the Chicago mob’s man in Los Angeles made him one of Hollywood’s most fabled and influential fixers. His partnership with Chicago mobsters led him to be named “…the most powerful lawyer in the world” by the FBI.

Sidney was born into a Jewish family, with four siblings, in Chicago’s West Side Lawndale neighborhood, on June 6, 1907. His parents were Harry Korshak and Rebecca Beatrice Lashkovitz, who were married on July 15, 1902 in Chicago.

Sidney’s father, Harry, was a wealthy Chicago contractor. Sidney’s younger brother, Morris Jerome “Marshall” Korshak, became a longtime Chicago politician, city treasurer and state senator. Sidney attended Herzl Elementary School, the University of Wisconsin–Madison and obtained his law degree from the DePaul University College of Law.

Korshak’s law practice brought him into contact with many mobsters, such as Al Capone, Frank Nitti, Sam Giancana, Tony Accardo and Moe Dalitz. His services were used by the upper ranks of both legitimate and illegitimate business in the United States.

Korshak numbered among his friends many Hollywood celebrities and leading figures in the entertainment industry, including MCA/Universal chiefs Jules C. Stein and Lew Wasserman, entertainment lawyer Paul Ziffren (the driving force behind bringing the 1984 Olympics to Los Angeles), MGM chief Kirk Kerkorian, Gulf+Western founder Charles Bluhdorn, Frank Sinatra, Ronald Reagan, William French Smith (labor attorney and future United States Attorney General), California governor Edmund “Pat” Brown and his son, California governor Edmund “Jerry” Brown, Governor of California Gray Davis, producer Robert Evans, Warren Beatty, Barron Hilton and Hugh Hefner.

Korshak was highly successful in the field of labor consulting and negotiations, and his client list included Hilton Hotels, Hyatt Hotels, MGM, Playboy, MCA/Universal, and Diners Club International.

One of his clients was Jimmy Hoffa, notorious head of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters; Korshak was heavily involved in the Teamsters’ west coast operations during a time when organized labor was at the peak of its activity.

Korshak was an attorney for various elements of the Chicago Outfit. Korshak bought the J.P. Seeburg Corporation and immediately before the company stock rose from $35 to $141.50 a share. He then sold 143,000 shares to pivotal figures in the stock market including Bernard Cornfeld, who owned the FOF Property Fund, in Switzerland. Korshak received $5 million from the deal.

Sidney Korshak suggested actress Jill St. John to Eon Productions for the James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever. Korshak had simultaneous affairs with St. John and actress Stella Stevens.

Sidney Korshak died on January 20, 1996, without ever having a criminal conviction against him (or even an indictment, according to his New York Times obituary). He was buried at the Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City, California.

Norman R. Brokaw Channeled by Karl Mollison 04Sept2022

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Norman R. Brokaw Channeled by Karl Mollison 04Sept2022

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Norman R. Brokaw April 21, 1927 – October 29, 2016 was an American talent agent.

Norman Brokaw was born on April 21, 1927 in New York City, the son of Marie and Isidore Brokaw. His parents were Russian Jewish immigrants. His maternal grandparents, known as the Haidaburas, were “the first Russian acrobatic dance troupe to appear on the American vaudeville stage”.

He served as the president, chief executive officer, and chairman of the William Morris Agency.

Brokaw ascended from the mailroom of the William Morris Agency to become its CEO in 1989. Along the way he helped steer actors to work in the fledgling television industry in the 1950s and later signed politicians such as Gerald Ford and Alexander Haig so they could chart careers after they left public service.

His television plan involved teaming up under-utilized film stars with directors who were skilled at delivering low budget movies within a few days, his family said in a news release. The formula led to the creation of early television series such as “Racket Squad” and “Public Defender.”

He later represented the producers behind hit shows such as “The Andy Griffith Show,” ‘’Gomer Pyle,” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”

He also served as Bill Cosby’s agent, helping get him cast on “I Spy,” which broke television’s color barrier. Brokaw went on to craft deals that led to the creation of “The Cosby Show” and the comedian’s lucrative work as a pitchman.

“Norman Brokaw was my friend and my agent for many years,” songwriter and record executive Berry Gordy wrote in a statement. “He combined those two roles with warmth, humor, true friendship and a rare talent for people–knowing who did what best and how to put them together for success.

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in 2010 bestowed its Governor’s Award on Brokaw, the only agent to receive the honor.

Part of Brokaw’s work with Monroe involved driving the actress to auditions and appearances, his family said. After one appearance, Brokaw and Monroe stopped at the Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles for dinner where the actress would first meet her future husband, Joe DiMaggio.

Brokaw was the co-founder of the Betty Ford Cancer Center. He also served as its president. Additionally, he served on the boards of trustees of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Brokaw married three times. He had six children: David Brokaw, Sanford Brokaw and Joel Brokaw with his first wife; Barbara Brokaw and Wendy Brokaw Kretchmer with his second wife; and Lauren Brokaw with his third wife, Marguerite Longley.

Brokaw died on October 29, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. He was 89.

Brittany Murphy Channeled by Karl Mollison 28Aug2022

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Brittany Murphy Channeled by Karl Mollison 28Aug2022

Brittany Murphy November 10, 1977 – December 20, 2009 was an American actress and singer. Born in Atlanta, Murphy moved to Los Angeles as a teenager and pursued a career in acting. Her breakthrough role was as Tai Frasier in Clueless (1995), followed by supporting roles in independent films such as Freeway (1996) and Bongwater (1998).

She made her stage debut in a Broadway production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge in 1997 before appearing as Daisy Randone in Girl, Interrupted (1999) and as Lisa Swenson in Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999).

In the 2000s, Murphy appeared in Don’t Say a Word (2001) alongside Michael Douglas, and alongside Eminem in 8 Mile (2002), for which she gained critical recognition. 

Her later roles included Riding in Cars with Boys (2001), Spun (2002), Just Married (2003), Uptown Girls (2003), Sin City (2005), and Happy Feet (2006).

Murphy also voiced Luanne Platter on the animated television series King of the Hill (1997–2010).

Her final film, Something Wicked, was released in April 2014.

On December 20, 2009, Murphy died under disputed circumstances at the age of 32. The coroner’s verdict was pneumonia, exacerbated by anemia and misuse of various prescription medicines.

B. B. King Channeled by Karl Mollison 21Aug2022

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B. B. King Channeled by Karl Mollison 21Aug2022

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Riley B. King, September 16, 1925 – May 14, 2015, known professionally as B.B. King, was an American blues singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. He introduced a sophisticated style of soloing based on fluid string bending, shimmering vibrato and staccato picking that influenced many later blues electric guitar players. 

All Music recognized King as “the single most important electric guitarist of the last half of the 20th century”.

King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987, and is one of the most influential blues musicians of all time, earning the nickname “The King of the Blues”, and is considered one of the “Three Kings of the Blues Guitar” (along with Albert King and Freddie King, none of whom are related). 

King performed tirelessly throughout his musical career, appearing on average at more than 200 concerts per year into his 70s. In 1956 alone, he appeared at 342 shows.

He was attracted to music and the guitar in church, and he began his career in juke joints and local radio. He later lived in Memphis and Chicago; then, as his fame grew, toured the world extensively.

For more than half a century, Riley B. King – better known as B.B. King – has defined the blues for a worldwide audience.

Since he started recording in the 1940s, he has released over fifty albums, many of them classics. He was born September 16, 1925, on a plantation in Itta Bena, Mississippi, near Indianola. In his youth, he played on street corners for dimes, and would sometimes play in as many as four towns a night.

In 1947, he hitchhiked to Memphis, TN, to pursue his music career. Memphis was where every important musician of the South gravitated, and which supported a large musical community where every style of African American music could be found. B.B. stayed with his cousin Bukka White, one of the most celebrated blues performers of his time, who schooled B.B. further in the art of the blues.

Over the years, B.B. has developed one of the world’s most identifiable guitar styles. He borrowed from Blind Lemon Jefferson, T-Bone Walker and others, integrating his precise and complex vocal-like string bends and his lefthand vibrato, both of which have become indispensable components of rock guitarist’s vocabulary. His economy, his every-note-counts phrasing, has been a model for thousands of players, from Eric Clapton and George Harrison to Jeff Beck. B.B. has mixed traditional blues, jazz, swing, mainstream pop and jump into a unique sound. In B.B.’s words, “When I sing, I play in my mind; the minute I stop singing orally, I start to sing by playing Lucille.”

King died at the age of 89 in Las Vegas on May 14, 2015.

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Jimmy Hoffa Channeled by Karl Mollison 07Aug2022

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Jimmy Hoffa Channeled by Karl Mollison 07Aug2022


Jimmy Hoffa, born February 14, 1913 – disappeared July 30, 1975, declared dead July 30, 1982 was an American labor union leader who served as the president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) from 1957 until 1971.

From an early age, Hoffa was a union activist, and he became an important regional figure with the IBT by his mid-twenties. By 1952, he was the national vice-president of the IBT and between 1957 and 1971 he was its general president.

He secured the first national agreement for teamsters’ rates in 1964 with the National Master Freight Agreement. He played a major role in the growth and the development of the union, which eventually became the largest by membership in the United States, with over 2.3 million members at its peak, during his terms as its leader.

Hoffa became involved with organized crime from the early years of his Teamsters work, a connection that continued until his disappearance in 1975. He was convicted of jury tampering, attempted bribery, conspiracy, and mail and wire fraud in 1964 in two separate trials. He was imprisoned in 1967 and sentenced to 13 years.

In mid-1971, he resigned as president of the union as part of a commutation agreement with U.S. President Richard Nixon and was released later that year, but Hoffa was barred from union activities until 1980. Hoping to regain support and to return to IBT leadership, he unsuccessfully tried to overturn the order.

Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975. He is believed to have been murdered by the Mafia and was declared legally dead in 1982.

Hoffa’s legacy continues to stir debate.

Dick Sutphen Channeled by Karl Mollison 24July2022

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Dick Sutphen Channeled by Karl Mollison 24July2022

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Dick Sutphen born April 3, 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA was a psychic researcher, past-life therapist, prolific author and speaker. He began his career offering his metaphysical seminars in the late sixties around Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sedona, Arizona, and since then over 250,000 people have attended one of his Sutphen Seminars, retreats, or workshops.

He authored 65 books, including the million-copy bestseller, You Were Born Again To Be Together, and he was the first person to put hypnosis programming on tape for sale, creating over 900 audio products between 1976 and 2011. Dick appeared on hundreds of radio and tv shows including Phil Donahue, Good Morning America, and Tom Snyder’s Tomorrow Show.

A leader in the field of hypnosis, Dick was honored with many awards throughout his career, including his honorary life-time membership to the International Hypnosis Federation and the Lifetime Achievement Humanitarian Award presented by the Hypnotherapy Academy in May 2019.

He has authored 21 New Age titles⎯seven for Simon & Schuster who calls him “America’s Foremost Psychic Researcher.” Dick is called “America’s leading past-life therapist” by the Body Mind Spirit Festivals in England and Australia. Richard first introduced the Sedona Vortexes to the world in his 1978 bestseller, “Past Lives, Future Loves.” Published by Simon Schuster Pocket Books, who calls him “America’s Foremost Psychic Researcher.

Also in 1976, he conducted the first nationally televised Past-Life Regressions on the “David Susskind Show” and “Tom Snyder’s Tomorrow Show.” As a specialist in brain/mind technology, Dick instructs medical professionals in how to use his life-changing techniques.

He has created over 300 mind-programming CDs. Over 190,000 people have attended a Sutphen Seminar, workshop, or retreat, which are conducted in major cities throughout the world. Richard is also a featured speaker at Professional Hypnosis conferences and has appeared on over 400 radio and television shows.

As a world recognized Spiritual Hypnotherapist, Dick annually conducted several training seminars to teach others to be professional hypnotists. Working with Roberta Sutphen (a Spiritual Medium) he was available for Private Sessions. Together, they conducted a “Metaphysical Examination,” which was rapidly becoming a benchmark metaphysical exploration.

Dick passed away on September 1, 2020 and is survived by his wife Roberta and their Lhasa Apso puppies. 

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Fred Hampton Channeled by Karl Mollison 17July2022

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Fred Hampton Channeled by Karl Mollison 17July2022


Fred Hampton August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969 was an American activist. He came to prominence in Chicago as deputy chairman of the national Black Panther Party, and chair of the Illinois chapter.

As a progressive African American, he founded the antiracist, anti-class Rainbow Coalition, a prominent multicultural political organization that initially included the Black Panthers, Young Patriots (which organized poor whites), and the Young Lords (which organized Hispanics), and an alliance among major Chicago street gangs to help them end infighting and work for social change.

A Marxist–Leninist, Hampton considered fascism the greatest threat, saying, “nothing is more important than stopping fascism, because fascism will stop us all.”

In 1967, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) identified Hampton as a radical threat. It tried to subvert his activities in Chicago, sowing disinformation among black progressive groups and placing a counterintelligence operative in the local Panthers organization. In December 1969, Hampton was drugged, shot and killed in his bed during a predawn raid at his Chicago apartment by a tactical unit of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, who received aid from the Chicago Police Department and the FBI leading up to the attack.

Law enforcement sprayed more than 90 gunshots throughout the apartment; the occupants fired once. During the raid, Panther Mark Clark was also killed and several others were seriously wounded.

In January 1970, the Cook County Coroner held an inquest; the jury concluded that Hampton’s and Clark’s deaths were justifiable homicides.

A civil lawsuit was later filed on behalf of the survivors and the relatives of Hampton and Clark. It was resolved in 1982 by a settlement of $1.85 million (equivalent to $5.19 million in 2021); the City of Chicago, Cook County, and the federal government each paid one-third to a group of nine plaintiffs. Given revelations about the illegal COINTELPRO program and documents associated with the killings, many scholars now consider Hampton’s death an assassination at the FBI’s initiative.

Seth Farber Channeled by Karl Mollison 03July2022

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Seth Farber Channeled by Karl Mollison 03July2022


Seth Farber, Ph.D. is an author, spiritual visionary and renegade psychologist. Farber trained with some of the giants in the helping professions (Salvador Minuchin, Jay Haley) and hoped to change the profession.

However, he soon discovered the system was resistant to reform. Dr Farber was one of the first in his field to realize that the mental health professions have become part of a psychiatric-pharmaceutical industrial complex–PPIC–whose primary goal is to make profits. He sees this as a social trend: “the cannibalization of the population by the corporations, assisted by the government.”

In the late 1980s Dr Farber became a supporter of the psychiatric survivors’ movement, now called the Mad Pride movement. Farber’s most unusual theory is fully developed in his latest book: The mad are spiritual pioneers who have the potential to become catalysts of messianic transformation.

Dr Farber says, “The testimony of our greatest seers from Jesus to Sri Aurobindo is that we can realize the Kingdom of heaven on earth–this means the union of heaven and earth, paradise on earth. But we must choose: Either love and God, or money and war. We were right about that in the 1960s.”

Seth passed away as a result of a brain tumor, Saturday, October 16, 2021 in a New York hospital.

William S. Sadler Channeled by Karl Mollison 26June2022

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William S. Sadler Channeled by Karl Mollison 26June2022


William Samuel Sadler June 24, 1875 – April 26, 1969 was an American surgeon, self-trained psychiatrist, and author who helped publish The Urantia Book.

The book is said to have resulted from Sadler’s relationship with a man through whom he believed celestial beings spoke at night. It drew a following of people who studied its teachings.

A native of Indiana, Sadler moved to Michigan as a teenager to work at the Battle Creek Sanitarium. There he met the physician and health-food promoter John Harvey Kellogg, co-inventor of corn flakes breakfast cereal, who became his mentor. Sadler married Kellogg’s niece, Lena Celestia Kellogg, in 1897. He worked for several Christian organizations and attended medical school, graduating in 1906.

Sadler practiced medicine in Chicago with his wife, who was also a physician. He joined several medical associations and taught at the McCormick Theological Seminary. Although he was a committed member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for almost twenty years, he left the denomination after it disfellowshipped his wife’s uncle in 1907.

Sadler and his wife became speakers on the Chautauqua adult education circuit in 1907, and he became a highly paid, popular orator. He eventually wrote over 40 books on a variety of medical and spiritual topics advocating a holistic approach to health. Sadler extolled the value of prayer and religion but was skeptical of mediums, assisting debunker Howard Thurston, and embraced the scientific consensus on evolution.

In 1910, Sadler went to Europe and studied psychiatry for a year under Sigmund Freud. Sometime between 1906 and 1911, Sadler attempted to treat a patient with an unusual sleep condition. While the patient was sleeping he spoke to Sadler and claimed to be an extraterrestrial. Sadler spent years observing the sleeping man in an effort to explain the phenomenon, and eventually decided the man had no mental illness and that his words were genuine. The man’s identity was never publicized, but speculation has focused on Sadler’s brother-in-law, Wilfred Kellogg.

Over the course of several years, Sadler and his assistants visited the man while he slept, conversing with him about spirituality, history, and cosmology, and asking him questions. A larger number of interested people met at Sadler’s home to discuss the man’s responses and to suggest additional questions. The man’s words were eventually published in The Urantia Book, and the Urantia Foundation was created to assist Sadler in spreading the book’s message. It is not known who wrote and edited the book, but several commentators have speculated that Sadler played a guiding role in its publication. Although it never became the basis of an organized religion, the book attracted followers who devoted themselves to its study, and the movement continued after Sadler’s death.