A few weeks back, as Hillary and I were driving through Austin, we came across an interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and a man who says a vision of Superman gave him healing powers.
Richard – So I was traveling every other weekend, about. . . I think it was about thirteen hours one way. And on one of these trips, I was pretty much exhausted, and I guess you could say I hallucinated, George. I. . . A woman walked in with her little daughter with a lazy eye, asked me what I could do for it, and I saw, of all things, a hologram of George Reeves as Superman standing there, very bizarre. . .
His x-ray vision, which was yellow so that I could see it, went into the little girl’s eye, and I could see an energetic blockage there. Now I know one thing for sure; there’s cranial techniques that can help eye problems like that, but if you stick your finger a little child’s mouth, they’re liable to bite, and they can bit hard.
George Noory – Oh yes they can. Sharp little teeth.
Richard – Yeah, so I wasn’t going to do that, so my only other option was to go with this visual hallucination, and so what I wound up doing is touching the area where I saw the, the “x-ray” if you will, go into her head, and when I touched it, there was a flash of light that I could see with my internal sight. And then the little girl started blinking at me, and I asked her “What’s wrong?.” and she said “There’s two of you.” Well, there’s something called binocular vision, which is how we see, and then our brains take those two fields and superimpose them to make one stereoscopic field. She was seeing normally and her lazy eye was corrected in that moment.
The next day, when I got up, everyone I touched experienced changes just from my touch. And that was the beginning of what later came to be called matrix energetics.
George Noory – You-
Richard – Now I think the hallucination was probably an archetype for x-ray vision, that’s the only thing I can figure. Otherwise Superman. . . I was a fan of Superman in the ’50s, he was my favorite Superhero. . .
George Noory – You conjured him up, Richard, didn’t you?
Richard – I think so, yeah. You could say that maybe, George, he was a guide or and angel or something, some hyperdimensional character, and that’s another possible interpretation. The point of it is though, after that event, my energy field, something happened that drastically changed the way I looked at reality.
Coast to Coast
And of course this article deserves special attention – How Superman Defeated the KKK
In a 16-episode series titled “Clan of the Fiery Cross,” the writers pitted the Man of Steel against the men in white hoods.
As the storyline progressed, the shows exposed many of the KKK’s most guarded secrets. By revealing everything from code words to rituals, the program completely stripped the Klan of its mystique. Within two weeks of the broadcast, KKK recruitment was down to zero. And by 1948, people were showing up to Klan rallies just to mock them.
(Link via io9)
The Adventures of Superman radio show episodes are available for free here at Internet Archive.
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