View Full Version : Amazing awakening programs on TV

30th April 2012, 15:39

Most of you would agree that the TV is a vast wasteland that's the prime means of the brainwashing of the masses, and I agree with that as well; however, there are some really amazing programs that are now on TV, so what I like to do is to record them, then to watch them, zipping through the blasted, bugger commercials, which not only saves me time, it saves me the aggravation of sitting there with the sound off, the TV screen minimized and with my eyes closed, opening them once in a while to check to see if the show has come back on.

I've not watched TV for years, so when I started to watch it again when I recently moved to live with my ex-GF, I automatically used the tricks of the TV-watching trade that I used years ago in my watching TV while skipping around the commercials -- and it was only the nature shows, the storm-chasing shows and other useful TV shows that I liked to watch. No sit-coms whatsoever, nor any other stupid programming.

So I was watching American Idol -- yea, I know, it's programming, but it's the music that I like (I hate the intense flashing of the stage lights, though!) -- and I happened to watch the pilot show, Touch, that immediately followed the Thursday elimination night of American Idol on Fox.

I was stunned with that show, Touch.


So now I've watched every single episode and it keeps on getting better and better. It's loaded with numbers, sequences, synchronicities, spirituality and other wonderful things. ON TV! Wow.

This show is highly recommended!


And to have this Touch show not only on FOX, but to follow the #1 show in America, American Idol? Somebody up there in FOX is pulling some strings! For the good, for a change!

And if you have a subscription to Hulu, you'd be able to get all the shows from the get-go.


30th April 2012, 16:05
So, if any of you are seeing really great TV programs on TV that have good information, please do post them in this thread.

I have found another show, Long Island Medium, on The Learning Channel (TLC) that is another jaw-dropper of a show. The medium, Theresa Caputo, has an amazing ability to contact the dead and pass along their messages from those who have passed on to those who still are here on Earth.


When I first started to see this program, I was, like: "Yea, right, another Hollywood-inspired 'reality' show BS."

But by the time I watched my fourth half-hour show (it was on a string of back-to-back shows), I was, like: "Holy ****!"

I'll tell ya -- this Long Island Medium woman, Theresa Caputo, is for real. She really has an amazing talent of having accurate information come through with amazing results of people being helped enormously by her passing along information from those who have passed along.


My ex-GF, who is an intuitive who can do the same thing that Theresa can, strongly agrees with me that Theresa is for real. I've seen too many people on the show -- they really are common, average people -- react with spontaneous emotions that cannot be faked.

Sure actors can fake such emotions, but actors use all sorts of tricks to fake the emotions of crying, but the people for whom Theresa has done the readings for, they so quickly have their oft-long-suppressed emotions come up to the surface SO quickly and frequently that would leave little room for doubt about the reality of the information that comes through Theresa.

I mean, there's all those cameras, lights, boom mics and people holding them ... you'd think that with all that **** in your face, that you'd freeze up and not show any deep emotion, right? And you'd think with no training, being an average person, you'd not show your deepest emotions, your deepest pain on TV, right?

Well, that's exactly what these average people are doing -- they're showing their pain frequently, far too frequently for this to be faked. So, I think that it's for real.

And believe me, I've already googled the term "fake" along with "Long Island Medium" and none of those arguments for the fake aspects of the show hold water, imo.

Highly recommended, too.


30th April 2012, 16:11
touch is great,i loved it,it made me cry of joy a few times :D
i'll try and watch Long Island Medium too! ty for the advice

30th April 2012, 16:24
In Sweden there's a program "The Unknown" with mediums (one is my teacher from a mediumshipcourse) contacting souls on "the other side" helping pple in many ways and also helping spirits who are stuck here into the light. I didn't follow through, never got any contact with relatives but a lot of synchronicities, pictures and other ways of accurate information.

30th April 2012, 16:35
I'm just a stupid sci-fi freak :) so I don't have much to offer but most TV-series can be found free of charge at


I enjoyed watching Taken, Terra Nova, Defying Gravity, Doctor Who ...

I suppose Touch can be found there too :) . Yes indeed, seven episodes, watching now, thanks for the tip!

Have a nice day / beathoven

30th April 2012, 16:37
Touch is a great show.

30th April 2012, 16:52
I don't have much to offer but most TV-series can be found free of charge at


Thanks for the link beathoven


Have a nice day / beathoven[/QUOTE]

30th April 2012, 17:03
Fringe is an awesome show.

Bryn ap Gwilym
30th April 2012, 17:13
A Town Called Eureka (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Town_Called_Eureka)
Warehouse 13 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warehouse_13)
Persons Unknown (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persons_Unknown_%28TV_series%29)
The Prisoner (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Prisoner)
Doctor Who (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who)
Torchwood (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torchwood)
The Event (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Event)

Watch this video that was reported on the BBC
Dynamo (Magician) (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-14326236)
Haven (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haven_%28TV_series%29)

Just to name a few.

30th April 2012, 19:07
The events in the 'Fringe' series often seems far fetched but still it frequently rings a bell for me.

There are different means to get hold of this series latest episode, probably even one that suits you.

Even how inspiring these different series may get, we should never let the discerning eye go to rest.

There's also an interesting film called 'The Skulls (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0192614/)', it later became a triology, well worth watching.

30th April 2012, 19:17
Here is a fascinating show to me literally called "Awake". I heard it may not be renewed. Too bad because I really like this show. I have watched it free on Hulu.


it explores the premise of parallel realities and is very well written and acted.