Author Wynn Free was joined by intuitive David Wilcock, whom he believes is the reincarnation of "the sleeping prophet," Edgar Cayce. Wilcock said he shares a "strong vibrational connection," with Cayce, and in addition to their similar physical appearance, they have nearly identical astrological charts.
Wilcock described becoming aware of the Cayce connection from "bleed through out-of-body experiences," meditations and dream states that offered glimpses of this past life."What's important about David is not that he's Cayce, but the message he's bringing forward," said Free. "We're at a moment of spontaneous evolution both on a geophysical and personal level," Wilcock outlined, suggesting that this was being fueled by the Earth's (and the solar system's) move to a new energetic area of the galaxy.
Commenting on some of Cayce's past predictions, such as earthquakes destroying the West Coast, Wilcock said that Cayce was receiving material from "Halaliel," a negative source who wanted people to focus on doom, and he does not believe this information was accurate. One of the most important things about the Hall of Records that Cayce talked about, was the knowledge that each person on their own can make a connection to their higher self, he added.
First Hour: Author and UFO Magazine publisher, William Birnes, offered commentary on the Dan Burisch case. His gut reaction to the claims involving a time traveling alien is that "it sounds like a lot of government disinformation," and could be the set-up for a movie or book project. Birnes, in tandem with C2C, put out a challenge to Burisch to take a polygraph test to help substantiate his story and background.