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Ron Patton | October 28, 2022

A spirit named Dr. Heldore made his auspicious appearance on Ground Zero through a Ouija Board session months before the pandemic hit and captured the imagination of the listening audience with his uncanny insight and accurate predictions. He claimed to be a doctor of the human condition and gave us his thoughts on health, humanity, technology, and the fate of several world leaders. We once again will attempt to summon the etheric physician – the future is terrifying if not exciting to see how it all turns out. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with radio host, Tricia Myers and psychic medium, Cheri Pang about DOCTOR HELDORE – ASSUME THE PHYSICIAN.





I don’t recall a time in the history of my show when a spirit summoned from a Ouija board or an uninvited guest on the same board captured the imagination of my audience. Before Dr. Fauci was a household name, Ground Zero listeners became acquainted with a spirit who goes by the name of Dr. Heldore.

He seemed to have arrived at an opportune moment — just months before the pandemic.

Heldore appeared during a Ground Zero show during an on-air seance and claimed to be a doctor of the human condition and gave us his thoughts on health and humanity and the future that included pandemics and the election of President Biden.

He also made the prediction that President Biden’s presidency would be cut short because of old age and health issues. He was not specific, but he concluded that both Biden and Trump would not age well and that there would be continued debate on whether or not they were mentally fit for their responsibilities.

Heldore also predicted a rebellion that would create a constitutional crisis about the results of the election. I guess he was aware of a future event at the Capitol on January 6th.

Heldore made claims that he was a General Practitioner — a doctor that studies the human condition. He said that he arrived at a time where people need to see the writing on the wall — Troubling trends of depression, burnout and declines in empathy have been demonstrated and it has left people wanting. He used the term numbered, weighed, divided-or the biblical Mene mene Tekel Upharzin the miraculous Aramaic writing on the wall interpreted by Daniel as foretelling the destruction of Belshazzar and his kingdom.

His assessment of the human condition was certainly prophetic as he warned us through the Ouija board that a disease that affected the blood was coming and that it would be an attempt to cull the population.

Four months later we were in lockdown and quarantine because of COVID-19. The doctor made an impression, and it was on that day a tulpa was born.

No matter who Dr. Heldore is — demon or angel, doctor or mad scientist — he has been fairly accurate with his speculations about future events.

Although he speaks in metaphors that can be seen and observed with different interpretations.

Heldore, of course, seemed to abhor the technocratic moves that he claimed would create the need to treat humans like animals.

And certainly over time the elderly were being treated like animals and, eventually, many people fell victim to the herd mentality.

He warned us to think twice before offering spontaneous gestures of affection or concern — he said think twice, at least once more, about the rumors and the report of the dead and dying.

He said in a wry pun — Dot those eyes, and Cross your Tees.

Dr. Heldore, coincidentally, arrived to warn us of our folly. But who is he or what is he? Why should we listen to some alleged spirit from the other worlds warning us of how we are becoming our own worst enemy and that the human condition is critical?

The Doctor also used The Bible and quoted a scripture; James, Chapter 3 Verse 16:

“For where envying and strife is, there is confusion and every evil work.”

As we read the scripture on the air, we realized how appropriate it was for the times we were in. There certainly is, at this time, confusion, inconsistency and evil at work.

Dr. Heldore predicted war with Russia and eventually China. This was done long before Russia invaded Ukraine. From there, Heldore tells us of warnings and triggers signaling a possible war in the future. A nuclear war that the leaders will say is survivable.

He said he was being sarcastic.

There were other mentions of United Nations interference with our government, the rise of a government not elected by the people and the prediction of Joe Biden being President.

However, Heldore stated that his old age would show him deteriorating and that he would not have the health to handle a full term. He also saw failure for Trump, attacks on his life and his home by the government.

Those are just a few of his observations — mostly accurate and still fascinating to this day.

People have clamored for another contact with Heldore and of course we will do it — but somehow I worry that whatever he says, we will fall headlong into the wrong future. I am not questioning his track record, but I do question our place in the quantum stream and how we have detoured away from a beneficial future.

But Heldore already warned us of that. And if we are to believe he is an old school scientist then we have to admit that scientists warned us for decades what the future would be like. They often spoke of environmental changes because of the use of nuclear power, the cooling of the planet and that political and business leaders would  peddle their neoliberal snake oil to keep filling their coffers at the expense of the future of life on Earth.

We see it happening now — and while no one pays attention to real science and analysis, perhaps they can find a bit of solace with a Tulpa on a Ouija board.

Dr. Heldore would agree that conditions will keep deteriorating for people everywhere, as the natural world our lives depend on is washed out from under our feet, goes up in smoke and, species by species, die and disappear forever.

It may not happen tomorrow. But it can happen and will happen as time seems to be speeding up and another journey around the sun will be complete in December.

And then what?

People around the world understand the nature of the problems we face better than we did a generation or even a decade ago. Now, we must overcome demoralization and powerlessness in order to act. It helps to understand that the demoralization and powerlessness we may feel are, themselves, products of this neoliberal system and that simply overcoming them is a victory in and of itself.

Expressions of hope are only as truly hopeful as the honesty of the assessment of reality from which they emerge. Conjuring up hope rooted in a denial of reality can only deepen despair in the long run.

That’s why much of the political rhetoric of the past two years may prove not only illusory but counterproductive.

None of the promises of President Biden have been kept — and yet a phantom Doctor on a Ouija board seems to be more aware of what is going on than our old and ineffective leadership.

If there is to be a decent future for humanity — indeed, any future at all — we must face painful realities with intellectual honesty and moral strength. We can celebrate the victories we achieve along the way, but it’s just as crucial that we stay focused on what remains to be understood and accomplished.

We cannot expect to prosper by ignoring reality. While there is much grief in confronting this, any hope we have for that decent future demands that we face the grief.

None of this should be confused with the apocalyptic thinking that posits, or even celebrates, the end of the world — and yet we have been told that climate change will render us all extinct within years.

Like most of the important choices we must make, we are working not from definitive data but from our best guesses, hunches and informed speculations — we did that with Heldore’s predictions and as he said in the beginning, we are “numbered, weighed, and divided.”

Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin — Heldore urged us to see the writing on the wall — and to act and behave accordingly.

While we can’t predict the future with certainty, we still must make wise choices and understand the luciferian concept of making choices that are not choices… choices where we are damned if we do and damned if we don’t.

It is possible to face harsh realities and remain hopeful. Indeed, embracing the joy fully requires that we face the grief, just as embracing hope requires that we face reality.

Keep in mind that there certainly is a mountain of grief coming. Our reaction to it will be handed down for generations and that the trauma will settle in the souls of you and those who come after you.

It is quite common to be thought of as ‘out of touch’, ‘outdated’, ‘reactionary’ or various other negative descriptions if you appear to be resistant to the inevitable process of change.

Change is perhaps the only constant in known existence, on both a micro or macro scale. Accepting that all things are subject to eventual change is perhaps a valuable life lesson that all of us must confront if we wish to attain any self-knowledge of wisdom.

However we also must keep in mind that some changes are not necessary.

Not all change is inevitable or beneficial and change for its own sake is not something we should blindly accept. Blind acceptance of all change as ‘progress’ is foolish to say the least and one must consider the view that just because something is possible it is not necessarily imperative.

This is where that tricky thing called discernment has to be engaged. You may not be popular if you rebel — but where is the courage in just accepting what the mainstream tells you? Only cowards just go with the flow and assume the position.

Looking at human history, we can see variations in the pace of human change over millennia, in different societies and in different parts of the world. Most people would agree that it is fair to say that change has been slow up until now.

Everything seems to have a due date — which raises suspicion and paranoia.

Alvin Toffler in his 1970 book “Future Shock” predicted much of the problems that have come to pass, due to the vast acceleration in the pace of change. These changes have not just been technological but social in nature, and have stressed the very fabric of human society near to breaking point on occasion. As a result, we now live in an increasingly fragmented world where human experience and perception is perhaps more diverse than it has ever been.  While diversity is generally a good thing, extremes and myriad deviations can cause loss of continuity, cohesion and the destruction of formerly homogeneous societies.

There was a concept that I tried to introduce a while back but I could not think of the name — I eventually remembered something called the Overton Window.

The Overton Window, developed by the late Joseph Overton, at the end of the last century, has become very popular in sociology, politics and increasingly so in popular culture. The basic idea is that what is acceptable now is different from what was acceptable in the past and that extreme ideas, beyond the bounds of current reasonable public perception, will not be accepted. At one time, gladiatorial games would have been normal and acceptable to Roman citizens. But in our current time, such a thing would be socially and politically anathema.

Think about that the next time you hear about a drag queen reading to your children at the public library.

While change is inevitable and one cannot even hope to prevent the development or evolution of humanity, it is perhaps wise to question the current direction we are taking. Is an over-reliance on technology really a benefit?

I keep hearing that math scores in young people have plummeted in the United States. Can it be that the electronic calculator, which became fairly common in the 1970s and present in the bags of most western school children by the end of the 1980s, is at fault for our evolutionary dumbing down of solving mathematical problems?

As a result of this small innovation, many people have difficulty in performing simple arithmetic and slightly more advanced arithmetic (such as long division) is pretty much impossible for some. This is only one small example of where mental laziness has crept in, due to the replacement of thought with a technological aid, today we see the possibility of a multitude of tasks being undertaken by machines in a ‘labor saving’ exercise. In truth, mental effort and exertion are both necessary and beneficial for humans — without use, both our bodies and brains deteriorate and atrophy.

In the space of 70 years we have automated and electrified human existence making many everyday tasks easier, eliminated much of the need for back-breaking work and created new areas of endeavor that were just science-fiction or unthought of before WW2. In the last 20 years, the internet has been brought from its humble beginnings to a world-wide information exchange system.

Far beyond its original purpose of information sharing, the internet as the ‘Internet Of Things’ has become the ultimate information monitoring, sharing and distribution system.

If your home is a ‘smart-home’, technology companies have access to unprecedented information, such as how often your toilets are used and how much milk is in your fridge; not to mention all the data that is collected through phones, tablets, laptops, Alexa etc, smart TV and conventional desktop computers.

Can we conclude that we will be trapped by our devices? That we will lose control of our money as it is digitized and monitored by a callous and uncaring government?

It is clear that robotics are to become part of every-day human life in the same way that computerized devices have become omnipresent. The prospect of computerized human enhancements and prosthetic devices is also within reach — the main obstacle to this is not the technology but human resistance to such a major change.

We can now choose to change our gender, aided by hormones and surgery. Perhaps in the future, we will be able to change our ‘species’ and even become cyborgs — part machine.

The future is terrifying if not exciting to see how it all turns out.

To some, concerns about the direction of human progress may seem far-fetched and nonsensical, but considering how far we have come in such a short time, I believe a modicum of caution and restraint would be wise.

Technological obsession will not be an anomaly, but become a new integrated future of humanity in which there is no ‘opt-out’.

Then I guess there will be no excuse. Whatever tools you need to get ahead are certainly worthy of use.

Like the Ouija board and an appointment with the Doctor.

It is Dr. Heldore’s turn again and we shall see what he thinks.


Tricia Myers is radio host for the show, Metal Devastation, and vocalist for the band,  Empyrean Fire. She grew up in Clarksville Tennessee and has lived in Oregon for 20-plus years while graduating from Mount Hood Community College in radio broadcasting in 1997.

Cheri is gifted in this lifetime as a natural-born empath, psychic, and medium. She uses her multidimensional abilities to help bring balance and empower those she reads with compassion, honesty, and laughter. Cheri is also a Traditional Chinese Medicine Medical Medium. Working in conjunction with allopathic medicine, she is able to see any imbalances in the human body from the bones, organs, blood, and Qi. Cheri operated and managed a Medical Qigong Clinic helping clients with chronic and acute pain every week for over a year at no charge to those unable to pay.


Written by Ron Patton


This post currently has 31 comments.

  1. JM

    October 28, 2022 at 4:15 pm

    Really be honest with yourself and everybody else Clyde…this Helldore or whatever his name is predictions from last time didn’t pan out. None of it really did, I mean the Queen died and wasn’t there something about the 3 major world leaders? But nothing really came to pass the way this creep from the other side said it would. How do you reconcile that with the listening audience tonight show? How does that factor into this Helldore’s credibility on this go around? At least address it man.

  2. Josie Partie

    October 28, 2022 at 5:26 pm

    What can WE do as individuals about the state of the world and future happenings? If anything.

  3. Mark

    October 28, 2022 at 7:36 pm

    I have two inquiries. A One World Religion? Referring to the Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi. Will Francis be the last Pope? Secondly, a One World Government – the World Economic Forum or the UN? Thanks.

  4. jimbo

    October 28, 2022 at 8:00 pm

    Helldore is a “familiar spirit” as the Bible would reference such, and as such has of certainty a demonic origin. If you doubt this, try to get an admission that Christ is the Son of God. You will either be wholly unsuccessful, or you will otherwise get clear indication you’re dealing with an ‘anti-Christ’ spirit. Remember what happened to King Saul after he visited the Witch of Endor and don’t mess around with the occult. You place yourself on dangerous ground and will be deceived. A diabolically clever technique for doing that involves placing deception “between” truths. You end up swallowing the whole damn thing! You’ll never beat the devil in a game of chess, intellectually, or otherwise, one on one. If that were possible, Christ’s plenary work would not have been necessary, and/or we would be with Him co-redeemers from a fallen Adamic state.

    Neither statement is true!

    Highly recommend recent book by Jonathan Cahn, “The Return of the Gods”

  5. Matt Bradford

    October 28, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    I’ve learned so much from your show over the past 10 years. It was what happened in the original “ground zero” that awakened me to so many things. David J.Smith and Newswatch Magazine started me on that on that quest for Truth in the late 90s. But he was a pastor and so he didn’t mess with ouija boards and psychics. What would Pastor Paul Begley think of what you’re doing tonight? You’re better than this Clyde. You’ve come too far to fall back into this demonic cesspool. I’m praying for you.

  6. Clyde Lewis

    October 28, 2022 at 11:47 pm

    Well she mentioned God and the table of the supper of God. Nothing that you said has rung true here.

  7. Jimbo

    October 29, 2022 at 8:02 am

    Not good enough. Satan quoted scripture to Christ, Clyde!
    Check out the 1John bible references provided, the true acid test of what you’re dealing with. I would also add Gal. 1: 8 to above.

    Don’t be (further) deceived

    • Clyde Lewis

      October 29, 2022 at 11:42 pm

      Oh Jimbo I think I am just fine — maybe you should open your mind– instead of assuming that this is an evil spirit or some other idea.

      • Jimbo

        November 2, 2022 at 1:53 pm

        What does Rev. Larson think of the Ouija board in general, and ‘Dr. Heldore’ in particular(?..)
        -Ask him about the “acid test” for identifying the source of a spirit, as provided by scripture references I cited.
        Look up “Return of the Gods” for a historical perspective on just how our nation got to where it’nowat. Cahn has 180 supporting research references. Israel had a similar, early past.

  8. Jimbo

    October 29, 2022 at 8:54 am

    Is the Pied Piper based on a true story?

    Everyone knows the tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin who lured 130 children away by playing his pipe, but few people realize that the story is based on “real events” which took place on the day of “Saints John and Paul” June 26, in the town of Hamelin, Lower Saxony Germany, in 1284.

  9. Jimbo

    October 29, 2022 at 9:21 am

    Who is the Great physician?
    Jesus is (Mark 2:17): He came to cure the sick and poor in spirit, heal their souls, and restore relationship to God the Father.

  10. Greg

    October 30, 2022 at 11:00 am

    Some Christians like to curse others. Its a dark and evil spirit to condemn and curse others for having different spiritual beliefs. A curse without a cause does not alight. Ground zero is a place to explore mysteries. Even if this place is against a christians beliefs its not your place to come in and curse. 2 Samuel 5:6. Do not enter into the fields of the fatherless, or rather, to possess their lands. For their redeemer is strong and he will plead their case against you. Hellfire condemnation does not win over most people, its offputting. It also causes psychological damage to people who are targeted as is evident in many christian based cults.

  11. Greg

    October 30, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    For biblical scholars the subject of the taking of Jerusalem by David is interesting. The Jebusites who lived there never left and David sinned by murdering the husband of a canaanite woman Bathsheba who would be mother of Solomon. There was an agreement between David and the natives. The native Jebusites would remain and many would stay in positions of power. David’s son Solomon became a great sorcerer and summoned demons. And eventually years later Jerusalem would be conquered by Babylon. The temple destroyed and the Israelites taken away. Eventually fulfilling proverbs 23:10. Thats been a recurring series of events for monotheism. The catholic church merged with paganism. Modern christianity wants to have its hands in every type of life and belief system. Many churches embrace LGBTQ and other liberal beliefs. So its not strange that christians come here and absorb the info, but it is strange they would come here and condemn the host and listeners, while having fellowship listening and commenting.

    • Jimbo

      November 5, 2022 at 4:55 pm

      Check out my references to divining of spirits, and read the occult history of Israel in this regard as presented by Jonathan Cahn to enlighten yourself there. By the way, do you think Solomon was into the Ouija board? Yes, he ended poorly, precisely because he withdrew allegiance to God and followed “other spirits. Read Ecclesiastes for proof of his depressing results.
      Greg, not all who call themselves Christians and/or believe they are, are actually Born Again. I use to be titular in that regard myself, until I realized I was trying to live Christianity from self and came to the end of that. I asked Christ into my life as my personal Lord and Savior.
      He came in, and will for anyone who calls upon Him. { Romans 10: 9-14 }

      Test occult spirits when they manifest by scripture’s Rx I cited Clyde. If he was faking the whole thing he’ll never take up this challenge..

  12. joe

    October 31, 2022 at 3:07 am

    ANTI WAR PROTEST GROWING…A.O.C & OMAR& CHUCK SHUMER & VIEW HOSTS WANT WAR ???????????????????????????????????

  13. joe

    October 31, 2022 at 3:13 am

    WAR protest growing..Medias & democrats want war But Ground zero has censors running it now Clyde lewis helpless

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