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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Welcome to the iHeartRadio and Coast to Coast AM paranormal
podcast network. Now get ready for us Strange Things with
Joshua P.

Speaker 2 (00:08):
Warre.

Speaker 3 (00:12):
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(00:32):
your own research and discover the subject matter for yourself.

Speaker 4 (00:55):
Yet ready to will be amazed by the wizard of
Weird Strange with Joshua Warren.

Speaker 2 (01:09):
I am Joshua B. Warren, and each week on this show,
I'll be bringing you brand new mind blowing content, news, exercises,
and weird experiments you can do at home, and a
lot more. On this edition of the show a wizard
off challenge with Doctor Mulder, and we also have another

(01:34):
little surprise for you as well. You know, this podcast
called Strange Things is different than most podcasts in a
variety of ways, but especially because I don't usually interview people.
I get interview requests every day and I just have
to ignore them because I don't have time to respond.

(01:57):
But I try to avoid interviewing people per se because
well almost everyone else with a podcast does that, and frankly,
it also requires more work from me to set up
the podcast, arrange my schedule to the guests, do all
the technical work of recording it without a snaffho, and

(02:17):
then listen to every little word so I can edit
it and shape it into the frame of the show.
I mean, it's a lot of complex stuff, and I
admire people who do it. I did it for many,
many years for my radio show called Speaking of Strange
back in the day. But the main reason that I
don't have many guests on this podcast is that, frankly,

(02:40):
I like to control the energy of the show, and
if you have a guest and the guest is a dud,
it can ruin the entire show. Now, the flip side
is that a great guest can help you create a
classic show that is wonderful. However, there aren't a lot
of great guests that you can can't already find somewhere

(03:01):
else out there. So if you contact me to pitch
a guest appearance and you don't hear back, well you'll
know why. Now, Having said that, I am more likely
to just bring an old friend once in a while
for an update, someone who may be just as strange,
if not stranger, than I am. And it's not even

(03:22):
really an interview. It's a conversation and you just get
to hear it. Well, that's what I've done for this
edition of the show. Doctor Brad Mulder is the maker
of the Wishing Machines, of course, and he has been
a great friend for many years. We have worked on

(03:43):
projects manifesting everything you can imagine on a grand scale, UFOs, ghosts,
psychic encounters, mass abundance. I mean you may recall we
all work with him to bring more snow to the
Rockies and help with the drought out in the western US.

(04:04):
He and I have traveled, We've spent time in Puerto
Rico and up in Milwaukee, and so it was it
was time to give him a buzz to catch up
on what he's up to right now and perhaps how
you can even participate. As it turns out, and you
know what, I ended up challenging him to a wizard off. Now,

(04:31):
what exactly is that if you don't know, well, you
will learn soon enough. So here we go. I called
doctor Moulder the other day and here is that call. Hello,
doctor Moulder, welcome to the show again.

Speaker 4 (04:50):
How you doing there, Oh, a great one.

Speaker 2 (04:52):
I'm doing very well. And you know, there are so
many people. And I'll just call you Brad sometimes cause
you're talk.

Speaker 4 (05:00):
Yeah, everybody knows I'm Brad. I prefer it anyway.

Speaker 2 (05:04):
But thank you so, doctor Brad Mulder. You know, there
are so many new people who are discovering this podcast
all the time. When people come up to you and
they say, what is a wishing machine? Because you are
the man who actually makes the wishing machines in your
workshop in South Carolina with your own hands, you ship

(05:24):
them out there. When you meet somebody and they say,
what is a wishing machine? What is the simplest answer?
You give the simplest answer for this thing. And I
have to tell you, I really gave us a lot
of thought. It's basically I just tell them that is
a tool. Is a interface between you and physical reality,

(05:47):
you know, between the fabric of reality. And my biggest
problem in the beginning was trying to figure out, okay,
what makes this thing work? And I realized that it's
part of the observer effect, you know, by merely observing something,
you change it just by observing. And this is where

(06:08):
it kind of led me down the path. Let me
let me stop you for a second, because you're talking
about how you think it works. But I'm saying, for
somebody who says, what is a wishing machine, literally tell
us what is a wishing machine?

Speaker 4 (06:20):
Oh? Okay, sure, okay.

Speaker 5 (06:21):
It's a device that you're able to interface your consciousness
with the fabric of reality. It's basically a hack into reality.
And that's pretty much the twenty five words or less
as to what a wishing machine is.

Speaker 4 (06:35):
And you know I could do.

Speaker 2 (06:38):
It's a box for one thing, right, correct, It's a box,
It has knobs on it, It has an input plate,
it has an output plate. You put what you want
to manifest on the input plate, and then we don't
have to tell everybody how to use one. But there's
a certain process that you go through and that's that's
sort of the basic gist of it. And now there
are so many advanced levels beyond that. But for a beginner,

(07:02):
I mean, how would you describe the basic construction of
a wishing machine?

Speaker 5 (07:07):
Sure, if you look at it, it's going to have
an input plate, and an output plate. The input plate
is metallic and usually it's copper. The output plate is
usually plastic or glass or something along that line. And
what this is or have a series of dials and
you will start to you will lay down or have

(07:27):
a what we call a witness sample, something that represents
the target, something represents the intent of the machine. You
put that on the copper and as you do this,
you will take your finger and stroke the plastic plate
of the the output of the machine. You will stroke
that plastic plate as you turn a dial, and when
you get to the right frequency of the right position
of that dial, you will immediately fill a drag or resistance,

(07:51):
and we call that stick. And that's just basically a
form of dowsing. And there's there's these machines. Typically there's
nine dials. You just go down, you know, through the
dine dials, doing the same thing over and over again.
After the thing is after you set the machine, merely
take the thing that represents the target, only put that

(08:11):
on the plastic and you're off to the races in
the machine will act like a tool and it will
go into reality and start to hack reality to do
the things that it normally would not do. It will
increase the probabilities of what's your intent or what your
quote unquote wish is to make these things happen, and if.

Speaker 2 (08:28):
People want to know more about why we think these
may or may not work. You and I produced a
sixteen minute short film several years ago called wish Masters.
It was the two of us with Tom Vrilock and
Charles Cosamano, and we filmed this thing in Wisconsin and

(08:50):
it's freely available if you go to wishmastersmovie dot com
wishmastersmovie dot com, you can watch that and find out
more about it. By the way, a lot of people
wonder what the heck has happened to Charles Costimonal because
he's kind of fallen off social media. Do you have
any updates on that.

Speaker 5 (09:09):
Yes, he suffered a heart attack I think about two
years ago, and after that, I think about a year
maybe eighteen months ago, he suffered a stroke, and I
did an interview with him on my channel, you know,
just trying to you know, talk to him because I
kind of figured this is going to be probably one
of the last interviews that Chuck was going to be,

(09:31):
you know, able to do and you could tell that
he had some serious memory issues, and he said his
biggest problem was that he could not you know, he
could see the pictures in his mind, but he just
couldn't form the words. And this is coming from a writer.
So this man had some serious issues going on. And

(09:51):
then I hear or heard that he had a second stroke,
and after that they have him in a nursing home Milwaukee.
I think he's he's you know, he's doing the best
he can. But I don't think the Uncle Chucky that
we all knew and loved, I don't think he's with

(10:12):
us anymore.

Speaker 4 (10:13):
You know.

Speaker 5 (10:13):
I think, well, you know, this is just a you know,
unfortunate to say that. I think Chuck is you know,
he's not going to hear you know, too much longer.

Speaker 2 (10:23):
Okay, Well, people email me and they ask me. So
it's it's really good to have that update because I mean,
he is such a reclusive character. I mean, it's very
difficult to know anything about him. Really.

Speaker 5 (10:36):
Yeah, yeah, you know, and I have to and I
have to pay praise or give praise to Chuck. You know,
I've known this gentleman, I would say at least eight years,
and he is a character. He is a Rascal. What
you see in public, that is pretty much how he
is in person. But you know, the man was a

(10:58):
genius when it came to radio, and I was fortunate
to become basically a protege of his and he and
I we had many conversations on a weekly basis over
the years, and it's you know, exchanging ideas on technology
and how to make things better, how to you know,

(11:19):
just really new ideas for new experiments. And again, if
it was not for Uncle Chucky aka Charles Cossomano, I.

Speaker 4 (11:29):
Would not be here today.

Speaker 5 (11:30):
And again I have to give give you major thanks
do that webinar that you did so many years ago
when you introduced me to Charles Cosomano in his work.

Speaker 2 (11:41):
Okay, time for a break. When we come back, we
will talk about not only how doctor Mulder and I met,
but also some early experiments and what's new, what have
people been experiencing lately using these amazing devices, And of
course soon enough you'll hear about are upcoming wizard off.

Speaker 4 (12:04):
Hey.

Speaker 2 (12:04):
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(12:28):
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(12:51):
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Speaker 2 (13:31):
Warren.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
Mm hm.

Speaker 2 (13:59):
Welcome to the Strange Things on the iHeartRadio and Coast
to Coast AM Paranormal Podcast Network. I am your host,
the Wizard of Weird, Joshua P. Larren, Beaming into your
worm whole brain from my studio in Sin City, Las Vegas, Nevada,
where every day is golden and every night is silver.

(14:22):
Gietato Zume. And now back to my recent conversation with
doctor Mulder. Yeah, I was gonna say, we were talking
recently about how long we've known each other. What you
said it was maybe twenty eleven when we met. Is
that right? Yes?

Speaker 4 (14:40):
I would say it is, yeah, twenty eleven.

Speaker 2 (14:43):
Yes, So for people who are curious, okay, so how
did we meet?

Speaker 5 (14:46):
Tell it's from your point of view, Okay, from my
point of view, I heard you originally on Coast to Coast,
you know you, and you've done some shows with George Nori.
And then I come to find out, okay, this guy
is from Asheville, Nor Carolina, which coincidentally was like within
an hour, hour and a half drop in my of
my house, and I thought, oh, okay, this is interesting,

(15:07):
and so I started following up on this Joshua P.
Warren character, and you sent me. I got on your
on your mail list, and you send an email about
a doing a webinar about.

Speaker 4 (15:19):
The Wishing Machine.

Speaker 5 (15:20):
Well, coincidentally, I had read a book by a gentleman
by the name of g. Harry Stein called My Machines
You Can Build, and one of the chapters in it
was about a wishing machine. It's a simple device. Was
still this this just really you know, you kind of
really uh you know, got my attention, and so I
signed up for this webinar and it was in I

(15:42):
think around the first or second week of January. And again,
it was a cold snowy night. Literally it was a
cold snowy night, and I'm sitting there watching Joshua P.
Warren explain, uh, you know, the wishing machine and you
actually had one that you had purchased, uh so years prior,
and you were able to show us, you know, what

(16:04):
it was, and that really got me going. And then
you mentioned Charles Cosomano. And after the webinar, I immediately
got on Internet. I found his books, which there were
a free pdf you know download, you can get them
all day, no charge, and I read his first book,
Elementary Psionics, and within twenty four hours I had my

(16:27):
very first Ridiance device up and running.

Speaker 2 (16:31):
You know, even though we've been doing this for a
long time and you have made thousands of these machines
and ship them all over the world, it's still fun
to hear the actual success stories because this is not
something that applies to everybody in the same way. Everybody
is a completely unique person. I like to talk about

(16:53):
the fact that even identical twins have different fingerprints, and
so you can't really put something like a wishing machine
in a laboratory and study how it works for everybody.
But the reports that we get from all over the
world from people saying this has changed my life, Oh
my god, this is it's miraculous. That is convincing, especially

(17:14):
when they come back in the order two or three
or four. And as a matter of fact, I have
the Apex machine sitting next to my bed where I
sleep at night. I also have it in my sacred
area where I work on manifestation projects. I have model
Eluxes all over the place. I've seen pictures of your workshop,
and you look like some kind of a marvel. I

(17:36):
don't know if it's a superhero or a super villain,
but you have like your walls are pretty much it
looks like they're wallpapered with wishing machines, and you've got
wires took to maps, and you're doing all kinds of
advanced stuff. So people they get these things and it
works for them, and the next thing, you know, they
want another, and another and another, and then they have

(17:56):
ten of these. Tell me some of the new success
stories from people who who are having these wonderful manifestation experiences.

Speaker 5 (18:06):
Okay, let's start with the the everyday normal stuff.

Speaker 4 (18:09):
Uh.

Speaker 5 (18:09):
You know, one of the there's two things that the
two major things that people purchasing these machines for. It's
uh fine finances and the other one is relationships, whether
it's uh, you know, friendships or romanced whatever it may be. Okay, well,
I had a customer who, uh I got it. You know,

(18:32):
they were having some issues with using the machine, and
I was able to you know, work with them and
teach them how to use it, and they were great.
And what they were trying to do is increase their
uh their business. They wanted to have more clients and
they had a very specialized business and they only needed
eight clients to really keep everything afloat and pay the bills.

(18:52):
And that was the bill because she, you know, she
had relocated this area and just build it from scratch.
But still she was into this marketing, uh, and she
just wanted to build a clientele. So I helped her
with the machine, you know, told her what to do,
and she called me back within forty eight hours and said,
I just picked up two new clients out of nowhere. Incredible,

(19:16):
I mean, just out of nowhere, and so wasn't expected.
It's just like the you know, it's one of those things.
A friend of a friend said, hey, I know, I
know just the person they go on and they contact
her and again she h, you know, has an additional
client as a part of her business. That's like the
very that's the normal kind of everyday stuff. And I

(19:37):
know there's a gentleman who he likes to he's over
in California on the western side of Death Valley, and
this gentleman has you know, he said, I live out
in the middle of a desert. Is one of those things,
and he wanted to do some raine experiments and and

(20:00):
we are we already went through this thing like two
years ago. I think we had a couple of people
that lived over in the in the south western part
of the US and they were doing weather experiments and
creating uh you know, you know rain and the kind
of rainfalls have been recorded for you know, all over
one hundred years that kind of a thing.

Speaker 4 (20:20):
And so.

Speaker 5 (20:22):
I from what I understand, there was a massive amount
of rain over by the Death Valley area last week.

Speaker 4 (20:32):
And I just want to say, I think I know
who might have helped, and I'm gonna leave it at that, Okay.

Speaker 5 (20:40):
And also there's a there was a thing over in
Dubai where they had this is off the you know,
incredible this just happened I think twenty four maybe forty
eight hours ago where massive rainfall and I mean the
airports are shut down, the city's flooded, you know, the
cities are flooded.

Speaker 2 (20:59):
Yeah.

Speaker 5 (20:59):
Yeah, And I've seen I know for a fact that
on both both of these regions in the world, there
has been people who are radionic operators who may I'm
gonna use air quotes here, who may have had some
slight responsibility for some of these occurrences.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
Yeah, you know, that's one thing that I well, we
obviously have worked together on weather experiments with this entire audience,
and we're we're helping to refill Lake Mead. Yeah yeah,
here here in Nevada with with the major snowpecks. But
you have to be careful because you know, it's always
a matter of balance. I mean, we live in a

(21:43):
bubble here, and so you don't want to overdo it
in one way or another. And that's a good example
for how your life works in general. It's a moderation
in all things, I guess exactly, yeah, and so, but
you know, I also think it's you know, you have
all these like smart Alex out there who say, well,
if you need something to want, you just use your
wishing machine and wish for a million dollars in a

(22:05):
leprecond will pop out with a pot of gold at
the end of the rainbow. And the reality is, you
don't know how what you want is going to come
to you. You have to have an open mind and
let the universe figure that out. You just sort of
plug it in. You program what you want into the machine,
and it's like you said, it's a tool. Yeah, yeah,

(22:28):
So how do you I mean, like you agree with that?

Speaker 4 (22:30):
I'm sure right, yes, yes.

Speaker 5 (22:32):
My analogy is, yeah, I can wish for a million
radios machines to be out in my front yard tomorrow.
I can wish for that. I can turn into the
dials and wish for all that. But you know what,
it's not going to happen unless I build them myself
or have a factory that builds a million radiance devices.
That's the only way that's going to happen. And so

(22:53):
the point of this is, and I get a lot
of this where people say, oh, I want to win
the power Ball with this, Well you know what there
actually and you know this as well as I do.
We've had testimonials from people who have actually won the
lottery using these machines and it's just a full a
fell safe type of technology for that. No, but always respond,

(23:16):
you know what this will do is this will increase
your probabilities of winning. In other words, they may go
from a billion to one to a million to one. Yeah,
it's a lot better than a billion to one, but
still it's a million to one.

Speaker 4 (23:27):
And that's the whole point.

Speaker 5 (23:28):
And and people have to be they have to realize
that that that wealth or money is a it's just
a symbol of an exchange of energy. What are you
going to give in return for this money? What product
or service or what are you going to what kind
of value are you going to provide? And what these
machines will do will open doors for you in order

(23:48):
to be able to provide these services and to get
that money or what have you. And a little side
note I like to I want to tell people when
you are don't really wish for the money itself. Wish
for the thing or things that you want to use
the money for, because you will be far more successful
because what that will do is open up the universe

(24:10):
for other things. There may be somebody who's in a saying,
all the heck with this, I don't want this car anymore.
I'm going to give it to the first person walks
around the corner and somebody hands you the car Keys
of the Blue.

Speaker 4 (24:21):
It could be something is that.

Speaker 5 (24:22):
Let the universe figure it out for you and open
up open up opportunities for you on how this thing.

Speaker 4 (24:27):
Is going to happen.

Speaker 5 (24:28):
But yeah, you know, money, wealth and that kind of thing. Yes,
it is a very emotional thing. And also I want
to give advice owned on relationships. And I always have
people saying I want this person to fall in love
with me, I want to get married yea, yeah, yeah,
Well I always tell them, do not wish for a

(24:50):
pacific person. Wish for the right person for you, because
when you do that again, you will open up the
options the probabilities in the world for that very special
person or what have you to walk into your life and.

Speaker 4 (25:06):
Then fulfill that wish.

Speaker 5 (25:08):
And this is some of the ways I look at
the wishing machine and how it can.

Speaker 4 (25:13):
Be used and how it should be used.

Speaker 2 (25:15):
When we come back from this break a bit more
on hitting the lotto, gambling and some of my personal experiences.
Of course, leading up to speaking of gambling, it's a
big wizard off. Who do you think, Well, then if
doctor Moulder and I go head to head just for fun,

(25:36):
of course, I'm Joshua P. Warren. You are listening to
Strange Things on the iHeartRadio and Coast to Coast AM
Paranormal podcast network, and I will be back after these
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Speaker 2 (27:20):
Welcome back to Strange Things on the iHeartRadio and Coast
to Coast i AM Paranormal Podcast Network. I'm your host,
Joshua P. Warren and this is the show where the
unusual becomes usual. And now back to my recent conversation

(27:41):
with doctor Brad Moulder. You know, it is absolutely one
hundred true that we have had people contact us and say, hey,
I use the wishing machine and I hit the law up,
and yet we tell people this is you know that
gambling should always be for fun. I live in Las Vegas,

(28:03):
for goodness sakes and so, and I am one of
those guys who you know, I'll go to the casino
and I view it like I'm going to the movies.
If I go to the movies and I spend twenty
bucks on the movie and twenty bucks on the popcorn
and whatever, you know, and I leave and I'm fifty
bucks in the whole. I don't care about it because
I got some entertainment out of it. And that's how

(28:25):
I view going to a casino and gambling. And I
know some people can't do that. I have friends who
have gambling problems, but to me, it's just a form
of entertainment and so I like to have fun with it.
And you know, I mentioned, of course, that we made
this short film called wish Masters, which, if you don't
know anything about radionics and radionics is the term that

(28:48):
we use for this type of technology if you want
to call it a technology, and I do wishing machines, radionics, psionics,
somebody even say psychotronics. If you go to wishmastersmovie dot
com and you can watch that movie for free. But
one of the people I mentioned in that movie is
Tom Rilloc, and he and I did a fun thing

(29:11):
on this show. This was way back when I did
episode forty one. It was called Joshua challenges Tom Rilloc
to a wizard off. Okay, yeah, and everybody's like, what
is a wizard off? So here's what happened. So I
told Tom because and this just was spurred the moment,

(29:32):
you know, we were talking and he came on the show,
and I said, hey, you know, why don't we see
who is the stronger Jedi here, who has the biggest
you know. And so I said, even though you can't
directly use this stuff for gambling, let's just have some fun.
So I'm going to go to the local casino where

(29:53):
they have a roulette will, you know. And a typical
American roulette Will has got thirty eight spaces on it.
Thirty six of those spaces are either red or black. Now,
typically there are two spaces that are green, and everybody
hates those. That's where the casino gets its real edge

(30:15):
on those two green spaces. But it's almost fifty to
fifty when you spin the roulette will that you're gonna
either get red or black. There's eighteen red and eighteen black,
and so on this show, I said, okay, Tom, let's
see who can out wizard the other here. You pick

(30:37):
color red or black, and I'll and then whatever you pick, fine,
I'll go for the other color, will meditate on it.
I'll go to the casino. I'll put one hundred dollars
on my color, and I can't remember what color he
picked and what color I picked. But the craziest thing
happened bred I went to the casino, and I swear
this is the truth. And sometimes they'll let you filmed

(31:00):
this stuff in a casino, and sometimes they won't. It
just depends. But I went to the casino and I
laid the beat down and the lady she spun the
wheel and threw the ball in there. And I don't
know if I've ever seen this happen before. I'm sitting
there with baited breath, waiting to see where it's going
to land. The ball leapt out. It jumped out of

(31:21):
the wheel and landed on the floor, and she said
she's so she had to stop everything, right, and so
I'm like, this is already getting even weirder.

Speaker 4 (31:32):
Now, Yeah, I've never seen that before.

Speaker 2 (31:34):
Yeah, I mean, I don't know if I've ever seen
it before. And I played the roulette a lot. So
then she spun the wheel again and it landed on green.
So we called it a draw, you know, so we
neither neither one of us won or lost. But I
thought that was fascinating. And I was talking to you
the other day and I said, you know, I hate

(31:56):
to to put you to shame here, but I have
a feeling I might be a stronger Jedi than you
on the roulette will. I think I might be able
to outwizard you doing the same kind of an experiment.
And I have a lot of experience with roulette Wills,
and you don't. Do you think I can outwizard you

(32:17):
on a roulette will?

Speaker 5 (32:19):
All right there, young whipper snapper, and I think I'm
gonna need to show you a thing or two their
young man.

Speaker 4 (32:26):
Yes, I am, I'm I am owned to you. I'm
owned to your ploy.

Speaker 2 (32:29):
Well, you know what this? Would we get up the
ante a little bit on this because because when I
did this with Reloc, he didn't put any money down.
I went up and I just put money down on
the color that I was trying to manifest, and I lost.
You know, we both lost because it hit the green. So,

(32:50):
but are you willing to because he didn't put any
money down, I just put money on my color and
he didn't put any money. Are you willing to also
put one hundred dollars on your color? Ah?

Speaker 4 (33:03):
Yes I am if I get to choose the color.

Speaker 2 (33:05):
Okay, Well, let me get to that next then, because
I have in front of me. I'm holding it in
my hands right now, a challenge coin from the US Navy. Now, now,
people who who don't know what that is, a challenge
coin is a medallion that represents membership in or achievements

(33:28):
in an organization. And they're especially popular in the US military.
And I was looking right before you got on the phone.
I was looking over my weird collection, and I love
the challenge coin for the USS Ashville and it is
a nuclear powered fast attack submarine and it's named after

(33:48):
my hometown at Asheville, North Carolina. Its home part is Guam.
And this I tell you you should get online if
you're listening to me, right, I get online and look
up the challenge coin, because the cool thing is on
one side of it, they have a skull wearing a
captain's hat and it says Ghost of the Coast, and

(34:09):
then on the bottom it says Evil is our middle name.
And that's because the Asheville is spelled a s h
E V I L l E. And it's it's just
a beautiful coin. And on the other side of that
you actually have a picture of the of the the
actual submarine, and it says world's finest goat locker isn't

(34:32):
a goat locker? I don't know. Is that part of
like like the kitchen or something.

Speaker 4 (34:36):
I have no idea.

Speaker 2 (34:42):
I think that's what it is. Let's see what Let
me look at up a goat. Okay. In in navy jargon,
the goat locker is a lounge, sleeping area, and galley
on board and naval vessel reserved for the exclusive use
of chief petty officers. Okay, so that'll make sense to
some people out there who are in the navy. All right,
so this thing seems fairly well balanced. So here's what

(35:02):
I was thinking. I'm gonna flip this coin and uh
and see who wins. You pick which side you want,
and then if you win, you get to pick the color,
and if I win, I get to pick the color.

Speaker 4 (35:15):
Oh man, this sounds like a saying for No Country
for Old Men.

Speaker 2 (35:20):
I love that movie. Yeah, me too. Stakes are not
nearly as high though, Okay, okay, so all right, so
one side of it has this grimacing skull and the
other side has the nuclear sub Which side do you.

Speaker 4 (35:35):
Want the one that represents tails?

Speaker 2 (35:38):
Okay, well that be the submarine. Then all right, so
I get the grimacing evil skull, all right. So I'm
gonna flip this coin right now and we'll see who wins.
So I'm heads your tails basically, and you want all right? So, uh,
what color do you want?

Speaker 4 (35:56):
Red?

Speaker 2 (35:56):
All right? So I'm writing this down all right, n
Doctor Moulder, here is gonna manifest rend and you're putting
one hundred dollars on that. So that means you're either
going to lose one hundred dollars and your honor or
you're going to make a hundred dollars. How do you
feel about that?

Speaker 5 (36:17):
Uh?

Speaker 2 (36:20):
No, I'm joking. Of course I'm joking. But you will
win or lose one hundred dollars. That is going to happen.

Speaker 5 (36:25):
Yes, I agree, And yes I think this is that
this is going to be my future.

Speaker 2 (36:32):
I do.

Speaker 4 (36:33):
I do see this in my future.

Speaker 5 (36:35):
But yeah, I'm looking forward to this because you know
you and we've always had little friendly wagers from time
to time, and it's all and again entertainment purposes only.
And yeah, even though we kind of like to joke
around with each other, we're brothers. And you know, even
though I claim to be his dad, I think there
may be something going on with the family tree that
I'm not aware of. But anyway, so no, but Josh,

(36:57):
like I said, I'm looking forward to this, and yes,
let's have the Pepsi challenge.

Speaker 2 (37:01):
Okay, So here's what we're gonna do. Now. I'm going
to go within the next few days to the casino.
They opened up a new casino next like right down
the road from my house just last year or late
last year. And so I'm going to go to this
casino and I'm gonna walk up there and I'm gonna
put our money down. I'm gonna put your money on

(37:23):
Red and I'm gonna put my money on Black. And
but now it's you know, when this conversation ends, it's
time for us both to do whatever we do. Whatever
you manifest. You know, I don't care if you want
to use wishing machines, or if you have a magic
wand or what you just do your thing, don't. I
don't want to hear about it. You tell me maybe afterward,
and you are going to do whatever you can to

(37:44):
manifest Red. I'm gonna do whatever I can to manifest Black.
Hopefully it's not green again. And screws both of us,
and but and and then I'll text you when I'm
about to go in and say, Okay, this is about
to happen, so you'll know. And if I can film,
i'll film it as well. So does that sound good
to you? The game is afoot, all right, And I'll

(38:07):
report this on the next show. So everybody listening has
to tune into the next strange things to get the result.
But you know, the thing is, people contact us all
the time and they say, look, I hear these stories
and I really want to do these experiments for myself,

(38:28):
but I don't have enough money to get the machine.
Can you give me a discount or something like that?
And so occasionally you and I decide, and you're the
one who's making these things, you know. I mean, it's
like you don't get this stuff for free. They don't
magically appear out of the ether for you. You just have
to sit down and you know, you use your hands

(38:49):
and get carpal tunnel syndrome sometimes putting these things intricately together,
so it's real work for you. But sometimes we both say, okay,
let's let's do like a limited period of time where
we give a discount. Great time I'm Joshua P. Warren.
You're listening to Strange Things on the iHeartRadio and Coast
to Coast AM Paranormal podcast Network. I'll be right back.

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Speaker 2 (40:00):
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(40:33):
Welcome back to the final segment of this edition of
Strange Things of the iHeartRadio and Coast to Coast AM
pay our normal podcast network. I am your host, Joshua P. Warren,
and here is the conclusion of my recent call with
doctor Brad Mulder. But sometimes we both say, okay, let's

(40:57):
let's do like a limited period of time where we
give a discount. And we talked a little bit off
the here, and you said that you're cool with us
doing a little promo just for this appearance, maybe for
I don't know, at least the next few days.

Speaker 4 (41:11):
Yes, I would say, yes, so at least the next
few days. And if it comes, I mean I know
it's going. It takes about how.

Speaker 5 (41:19):
Many days for all, you know, for majority of the
listeners to hear the show, how many days as you
should take?

Speaker 2 (41:25):
Well, you know that I think most people listen within
seven days.

Speaker 4 (41:29):
Okay, let's make it a week. What do you think?

Speaker 2 (41:31):
Okay, all right, we'll say a week at least we'll
say a week for sure. It may be it'll go
a little bit longer, depending but you know so. But
basically it's like if you go to I set up
a page for this discount, and if you go there
and it's not there, then well you'll know. Yeah. So
the page is of course, this show is called Strange Things,

(41:53):
so go to Strange thingspromo dot com. And I am
so sophistic dedicated that you can also go to Strange
Things promos dot com, whichever one you like better, but
Promo like p r O m O Strange Thingspromo dot com.
And if you go there as we are speaking, as

(42:13):
we are recording this, then you can you can get
a discount on the my favorite, the ultimate in my opinion,
the Apex machine. You can save two hundred almost two
hundred and fifty bucks on that thing. Uh. And then
also we have the Model Elux up there and you

(42:35):
can save a ton of money on that. We have
different prices for you know, shipping to other countries and everything.
But so Strange Thingspromo dot Com has got that discount
for the time being. And you know what's funny, bread
is that whenever you sell a machine to somebody and
they start telling you about what they've experienced and what

(42:56):
they've you know, what's happened to them, sometimes these people
become friends.

Speaker 4 (43:03):
You know, I would say that is true. You know, the.

Speaker 5 (43:10):
I probably have made at least what I would consider
twenty five to fifty and this is no exaggeration, twenty
five to fifty what I could would consider really really
good friends in the course of this, you know, for
whatever reason, you know, we start, you know, they asked
me questions about the wishing machine.

Speaker 4 (43:29):
We go back and forth, and we just they have.

Speaker 5 (43:32):
A lot in common with what, you know, with what
we're trying to accomplish here, and they really and they
just jib. It's just kind of like I'm still friends
with almost every single person we met down in Puerto
Rico way back in twenty seventeen. I mean, that was
just and that's just an example. That's just an example

(43:53):
of the kind of people that were surrounded by. And
I feel blessed to know that these I mean are
just fantastic, you know, just excellent human beings. And it's
just really it's just really I feel fortunate to be
put in the position I've been put into.

Speaker 2 (44:10):
You know, it's interesting going back to how that you
never know exactly how your wish is going to come true.
What's funny is I've said before, money, for example, comes
from one place, and that is other people, because it's
an exchange of energy between people. That's all the money is.
I don't care if you're trading sheep or seashells, or

(44:31):
pearls or diamonds or dollars, it's just exchange of energy
and that it's based upon human relationships. And also a
lot of your health and happiness has to do with
human relationships. You know, you hang out with bad people,
you start feeling bad, and you start doing bad things.
So it kind of all ties into relationships in a way.

(44:54):
And it's funny because you might wish for you know,
a better money or more more money, or a better
job or better health or whatever your thing is that
you're you're looking for, and you might just meet somebody
who helps you get there. You know, you don't know
how it's going to happen, but relationships seem to be
at the core of it. And gosh, you can probably

(45:17):
take a lot of the friends that you and I
have and trace them back somehow to that wishing machine,
you know, being the common denominator.

Speaker 5 (45:25):
I mean, that's how I met you. I remember the
very first time I met you. It was over some
I think it was a bar restaurant type scenario, and
you had all the all the people that were there
for the event, and you know, and after the show,
basically you and I we had a serious conversation about this.

(45:46):
I gave you a few of the machines, you know,
A few designs I was working on, and you use
these machines and memory serves, did you not? What was
the story behind you go into Puerto Rico and you
come back? No, no, wait a minute, No, it was
you wanted to live It was like a snow you
were snowed inn over to Ashville and you wanted to

(46:08):
live in a tropical environment. And I please perceive that
that story was priceless. I think you used one of
my machines to make this happen.

Speaker 2 (46:16):
Oh oh yes, And it was talk about life changing.
H yeah. We went through a blizzard. I wasn't prepared
for it. I was out of power for almost a week,
and it was it was miserable. And I was just
sitting there thinking to myself, why can't I live in
a tropical paradise? And at that time that seemed impossible

(46:37):
to me that, you know, I didn't have the money,
I didn't have the resources. I just I didn't have
the connections. And I got on the wishing machine and
I put that onto the wishing machine. I printed out
a picture of a beach that I found that I
thought looked cool, that I you know, that looked like
what I wanted. I didn't even know where the beach was,
and I put it on the wishing machine and then

(46:59):
I think it was less than a week later, I
got an email from a man in Puerto Rico who
wanted me to investigate his house. He had paranormal activity,
and he said he would pay for my trip down
there and everything, and so I said, you don't have
to ask me twice. So I flew down there, and
while I was down there, I loved it so much.

(47:20):
I met with a local real estate agent and she
showed me this condo that was like it was perfect
for me, and I just said, I'll take it. I
didn't even have the money, like I say at that time.
I just said I'll take it. I'll figure out how
to do this. And it turns out that when I
got back home and I looked at the wishing machine,
I thought to myself, boy did that work. And I
took that picture that I had printed, and I got

(47:42):
back on my computer and I looked up that picture
and that was a picture of the Bocarone, Puerto Rico beach,
which was about a five minute walk from the condo
that I ended up getting. And I didn't even know
I did not know what beach that was. I could
have printed off any picture in the world of a tropy.

Speaker 4 (48:02):
It's just a random photo.

Speaker 2 (48:04):
That's that's exactly right. I just wanted something that would
kind of represent what I wanted, and that would be
like and and again, we don't want to lead people
astray here, but that would be like you taking a
picture of your ideal celebrity and putting it on there
as a representation of your ideal partner, but then you
actually end up with a celebrity. You know, yes, it's

(48:27):
it's unbelievable. So these stories go on and on and on,
and you know, maybe one day you'll we'll just do
a whole show with just nothing but stories like that.
And but again, you know, like, can I scientifically prove this? No,
but I'd put my hand on a stack of Bibles
and tell you that that's true, as as well as
some of the other amazing things that I've been able
to do with the machines. And so uh so, yes,

(48:50):
right now, go to Strange thingspromo dot com and you'll
see these these two machines, the most popular and the
one that is like the roles rule, what is more
expensive than the other but they both have discount codes
there if you want to experiment yourself. But you know what,
I might even I might even go tonight to the

(49:11):
casino and proceed with our wizard off Dr Mault.

Speaker 4 (49:16):
Goody, goody.

Speaker 2 (49:21):
I'll text you here in a little bit if I
think I might be able to do it tonight, and then,
like I say, we'll tell everybody what happens on the
next passion of the show. But you know what, we
could one of these days we'll probably just get together
and we'll sit down at the table and fire up
a video camera and talk for like four hours and
it'll just be an amazing conversation. But it's always good

(49:43):
to touch base with you. Do you want to leave
the audience with any other final thoughts.

Speaker 5 (49:50):
I think the future is going to be fantastic, And
just remember that you don't live in a universe of scarcity.

Speaker 4 (49:59):
You live in a universe of plenty.

Speaker 2 (50:03):
Very well said, there's enough for everybody, and that includes you. Yes,
you're listening to us right now, doctor Mulder. You're a
good man, good friend. Thank you for coming on the show,
and we will touch basic and soon.

Speaker 4 (50:17):
Thank you.

Speaker 2 (50:18):
You know what, I did not use a timer for
that interview, and I was just winging it. I barely
even edited it, and yet it still worked out perfectly.
It timed out perfectly for us to fill that show
space and still leave us just enough room to all
enjoy the one, the only, the original Good Fortune Tone.

(50:40):
So you know what to do now. If you can
close your eyes, take a deep breath this last twenty seconds,
and when you enter this meditative state, hopefully it will
help you to make your next week the best week ever.
And that's what we all want to do here is
use what we've learned about manifestation to make our lives better.

(51:02):
Here it is the good Fortune Tone. That's it for

(51:30):
this edition of the show. Follow me on Twitter at
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(51:53):
So please tell all your friends to subscribe to this
show and to always remember the Golden Rule. Thank you
for listening, Thank you for your interest and support. Thank
you for staying curious, and I will talk to you
again soon. You've been listening to Strange Things on the

(52:14):
iHeartRadio and Coast to Coast AM Paranormal Podcast Network.

Speaker 3 (52:33):
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till you hear the next one. Thank you for listening
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