Expert in ancient manuscripts Glenn Kimball intertwined such topics as alien visitation, the Watchers, DNA, and hallucinogenic experiences. He cited the work of Nobel Prize winner Francis Crick, who claimed it was statistically unlikely that DNA spontaneously appeared on Earth.Kimball suggested DNA was deliberately brought here-- it would have been too fragile to survive arriving by meteors or asteroids. Aliens are not "alien" to us, but a part of who we are, he explained.
Enoch wrote of the "Watchers," a society of quasi-humans who were able to exit via between dimensional portals, said Kimball. This is similar to Native American lore, which speaks of intraworld travel. He referenced the Carlos Castaneda material, saying that Don Juan spoke of "allies," whom Kimball compared to the Watchers.
Though Castaneda and others were able to access altered states of consciousness through hallucinogenic substances, Kimball warned about their usage, particularly those who take them for recreational purposes, and are unprepared to function in an "eleven-dimensional reality."
As part of a new C2C focus on inventors, David Oreck appeared in the first half-hour, talking about his innovative vacuum cleaner, a lightweight machine that sucks dirt in through its handle. He also offered advice to inventors and entrepreneurs— find a niche for your product, and pursue it tenaciously.