Fringe Radio Stirs Science and Faith Into One Pot To Challenge Destiny and Biblical References of UFOs with Experts, Marie D. Jones and Dr. Joye Pugh

Marie D. Jones

Dr. Joye Pugh

Then on Saturday,  November 3rd at 8pm EDT, the sapient trio of K-Talk 630 Am’s Fringe Radio Pat, Carol, and Mr. Lee takes a metaphysical approach to deconstructing the evidence behind the philosophical quandary, Destiny Vs. Faith, with the help of expert Marie D. Jones.  Later on the show they consider the preponderance of both anecdotal and tested evidence brought forth by the scrupulous researcher Dr. Joye Pugh, which in its totality asserts a likely religious connection to the UFO experience.

MARIE D. JONES is a highly regarded and popular speaker on science, metaphysics, consciousness and the paranormal and has appeared at major conferences and events. She has also lectured to local and regional meet-up groups, networking organizations and libraries, bookstores and author events. She is a best-selling Author, screenwriter, researcher and Radio Show Host.

DR. JOYE PUGH is a researcher, counselor, mental retardation professional, human services director, and consultant. Her love for prophecy began at 6 years of age after having an unusual and prophetic dream about the End of Time. Most importantly, for over 30 years, now, Dr. Pugh has been involved in researching Biblical prophecy. She consults with people from around the world on various issues and current events involving science and religion. She also serves as a consultant in education with MUFON regarding the spiritual and religious aspects of paranormal and UFO experiences. Dr. Joye is also the author of Eden: The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666 which describes an intricate plan devised for the rise of the Antichrist.

So tune in at 9pm EDT, to join the gang as they discuss these various topics, right here on the Inception Radio Network.

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