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Remembering Tom Synder Tomorrow Show
15 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One 1979 show, I watched Tom Synder interview Holly-Wood celebrity and psychic person who seemed to communicated awareness(esp)of insights to all there from no where land. Knowledge of deity coming from other side psychic's claim to know and this live deity is speaking to him then! Saying it's from TV land on other side of camera's lens that's recording show. Doc Severson along with his personal psychic and companion friend, a guest who's name I don't remember(?). And this show (accident)had video shots where Tom seemed to be off airtime and in between those commercial breaks (live or recorded)all were responding to deity with psychic involved making contact claiming esoteric deity's (esp)active-mind is coming from inside camera's record. And psychic tried to respond back with some success at other side and described actual communication into mystic'readings'From worlds of television. Another show was a daytime soap opera's of some sort back in 1983-4 which had actor's actual responses to camera deity and women portray going through strange sexual pain and scenes where with male actors responding was by discarding script readings and turning into looking at camera and asking it questions of why its all this happening now and to women on show airing then. I wonder if more shows and actors will be airing talking shows to TV land audiences and getting a feedback out of television events so audiences can inter-act to be better shows with greater content in society's lives. Please respond in kind.


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