Biophysicist with an interest in the ancient worlds, Dr. John DeSalvo discussed his research into the Seeress of Prevorst, a 19th century German mystic and clairvoyant who wrote and spoke in what she called "the language of the spirits." This could have been the original language of mankind, first used by angels, DeSalvo proposed. He noted the language's alphabet has certain similarities to diagrams Jesse Marcel Sr. made of designs on the Roswell I-beams, and the symbols abductee Betty Hill drew under hypnosis, suggesting to him a possible ET connection.
Though her convulsions and trances kept her bedridden, the Seeress was able to diagnose and recommend remedies for others, and predict the near future. Spirits have a purity that can be assessed, and the majority of spirits who wish to communicate with the living were mischievous or evil, she said. DeSalvo suggested the mysterious undeciphered Voynich manuscript contains illustrations that relate to the work of the Seeress.
President Lincoln's interest in spiritualism was also discussed. Mediums such as Nettie Colburn Maynard conducted seances at the White House, and in 1862, she advised Lincoln not to delay in signing the Emancipation Proclamation, DeSalvo recounted. Additionally, he touched on his research into magic, the Ark of the Covenant, and the Dead Sea Scrolls
First hour guest, angel communicator Ann Albers commented on a recent incident (photo/info) where an angel may have saved a girl's life at a hospital in Charlotte. The angel could have had a soul level agreement with the girl, she said. Angels can adjust their energy, Albers explained, and this being may have wanted to be caught on film in order to show that miracles are possible.