Remote viewer Paul Smith spoke about his experiences working in the now disbanded Stargate program. As part of a team, they remote viewed targets at the behest of the intelligence community such as the hostage situation in Lebanon, he said, but were rarely told when they succeeded in giving accurate information. The CIA recently released 90,000 pages of archives related to Stargate, but crucial areas remained blacked out of the documents, Smith noted.
He also addressed how a "conspiracy of skeptics" have made a concerted effort to persuade mainstream science that there is nothing to the claims of the paranormal. Research in the United States in parapsychology has been greatly curtailed since the 1970's, and though some experiments didn't yield results or were faulty, Smith believes science has turned away from these kind of explorations because they can't figure out why some paranormal abilities work.
Legendary psychic Ingo Swann remote viewed the lunar surface and found anomalous activity, which Smith said correlated with his "blind target" sessions about the moon. He described apparent intelligent activity, mostly underground, along with some kind of transportation, taking place there. Want to try remote viewing at home? Check out this page of instructions from Smith's website.
First hour guest Oliver Williams offered an update in the John Titor 'time traveler' story. He noted that Titor had predicted a Civil War would erupt in the U.S. by 2008, and now a number of people thought the current immigration protests could be the start of that. Williams also commented on the recent news about Prof. Ronald Mallett who predicts time travel will take place in this century.