Open Minds
22 Seasons . 439 Episodes

Host Regina Meredith conducts interviews with thought-provoking luminaries, cutting-edge visionaries and tireless researchers, providing crucial information to awaken viewers to new perspectives that spark awareness, understanding and ultimately, transformation.

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Host Regina Meredith conducts interviews with thought-provoking luminaries, cutting-edge visionaries and tireless researchers, providing crucial information to awaken viewers to new perspectives that spark awareness, understanding and ultimately, transformation.

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Host: Regina Meredith
Episode 1
42 mins
Michael Tellinger, author, scientist, explorer, has become a real-life Indiana Jones, making groundbreaking discoveries about ancient vanished civilizations at the southern tip of Africa.
Episode 2
57 mins
Paul Von Ward is an author, scholar and interdisciplinary cosmologist. He believes a cosmology based only on a single discipline omits many areas of the human experience of the universe.
Episode 3
57 mins
Is our government hiding real-life X-Files? UFO historian Richard Dolan is considered an expert in these government conspiracies.
Episode 4
59 mins
Is the pharmaceutical industry endangering our health for the sake of profits?
Episode 5
52 mins
Were the pyramids built to provide a highly technical society with energy?
Episode 6
59 mins
Is it time to rethink money? Stephen Belgin, co-author of New Money for a New World, thinks so. He explains why he believes gold will replace money.
Episode 7
1 hr 1 min
Physician and author Dr. Lynne Kitei discusses her findings on The Phoenix Lights.
Episode 8
56 mins
Analyst Andrew Hoffman explains how the government, investment firms and traditional banks have contributed to our precarious global economy.
Episode 9
58 mins
Uncover the hidden truths of secret societies with investigative reporter Jon Rappoport.
Episode 10
54 mins
Dr. Judy Wood, a structural engineer, discusses her findings on the Twin Towers' collapse.
Episode 11
54 mins
Explore the next step in natural healing: micronutritents from botanicals, minerals and herbs.
Episode 12
57 mins
John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hitman, shares his perspective on politics, corporations and our global economy.
Episode 13
59 mins
Uncover the mysteries behind these pyramids found in Bosnia.
Episode 14
57 mins
Who built the dark pyramid found underground in Alaska?
Episode 15
57 mins
Take a closer look at how the privatization of banking has affected the economy.
Episode 16
56 mins
Learn the latest information about technology created by Nikola Tesla.
Episode 18
57 mins
Were the ancient Egyptians more technologically advanced than we are today? Researcher Dr. Carmen Boulter shared her remarkable findings with Regina Meredith.
Episode 19
55 mins
Does the health of our cells hold the key to human longevity? Patrick Flanagan shared his compelling discovery of what he calls the ultimate antioxidant.
Episode 20
55 mins
New artifacts being discovered are contradicting our history books.
Episode 21
59 mins
David Icke explained just how far governments are going to know everything about you.
Episode 22
59 mins
Did the U.S. Army teach soldiers parapsychological skills such as remote viewing, invisibility and phasing? Retired Lieutenant Colonel Jim Channon, whose work was the basis for the movie The Men Who Stare at Goats, shares his story.
Episode 23
59 mins
Is it the end of the world as we know it? Author and filmmaker Jay Weidner took a deeper look at the true history of the 2012 Mayan prophecies.
Episode 24
58 mins
How can we turn the Dalai Lama’s teachings into true spiritual activism? Andrew Harvey, author of Sacred Activism, explains how you can co-create a new world.