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Roy Masters (born Reuben Obermeister in 1928) is a strange cookie indeed. He has a weekly talk radio show (and a book) called Finding God in Physics, and does a daily radio show called "Advice Line". His views are a weird hybrid of fundamentalist Christianity and the New Age movement, though he refutes the New Age claim and offers further explanation of his views in a statement of belief.
Masters used to be a full-time hypnotist, but apparently discovered that most people are already hypnotized, and need to be freed. He also thinks that after a few hand-waving references to quantum physics and gravity, he has proven the existence of his God. Add in abstinence-only sex education, traditional gender roles, vicious misogyny, past lives, and any right-wing conspiracy theory he has ever run into (and probably some that he made up), and you've got his views in a nutshell. He has his own version of mumbletypeg physics. He never met a right-wing conspiracy theory he didn't like. His Wikipedia page is heavily whitewashed and seems to be defended by true believers.