Investigative mythologist William Henry returned for a discussion on 'Starwalkers,' which he defined as light beings that are able to traverse the universe or connect with other dimensions, via wormholes or stargates. Such travelers are described in ancient creation mythologies as well as depicted in ancient Egyptian & Sumerian art, he said. Further, Tibetan lamas were said to dissolve their bodies into pure energy and travel through the stars.
The Egyptians, according to the research of Laurence Gardner, may have consumed a manna-like substance that allowed them to "phase shift" to another realm, which Henry referred to as the "dimension of the blessed." The Sumerian word 'Nibiru' meaning "crossing" could actually have referred to a stargate, rather than another planet, he noted.
Current scientific explorations such as the forthcoming work at CERN using a 17-mile long particle accelerator could provide indications of other dimensions. Such findings, along with other discoveries about the universe, are moving science towards metaphysics, said Henry, who added that there is a cultural shift occurring, away from suffering and towards ascension.