Kev O'Kane Part II

The Future of New York City

Produced by Scott Newman & Marc Santo
Camera by Rainer Evans
Edited by Kyle Gilman

In Part I of our Past Life Regression series, hypnotist, Kev O'Kane shared the theories and principles of using hypnosis to guide people back through time and into their past lives.

In this episode, Kev does just the opposite, and takes us on a journey through the future by discussing the recurring details of the the many Future Life Progressions he's administered. The scenarios his subject's describe are pretty grim, so if you live in New York City and believe in Future Life Progressions, you might want to think about moving Upstate sooner than later.

Watch Part 1: The Story of Past Life Regression

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Kev O'Kane Part II

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