Author Mat Stein discussed what individuals can do to prepare for disaster scenarios and unexpected disruptions, such as what might occur during a terrorist attack. For short-term emergencies, he stressed the importance of having a 'Grab-and-Run Kit', which would include basic survival items for a period of up to three days. Water is crucial, and one should have purification chemicals and/or filters, he said. A Colloidal Silver generator would also be useful-- the silver particles can act as an antibiotic and kill pathogens, he noted.
Stein argued for sustainability practices such as growing and preparing your own food. Wheat seeds can be sprouted to make Essene bread. In terms of storing food, canned and dried supplies have different shelf lives, and should be rotated to keep fresh, he advised.
He also spoke about the value of tapping into your intuition in dire circumstances where decisions need to be made. In his "Pit of the Stomach exercise," he suggested that people take a few deep breaths until relaxed, then picture in their mind each alternative or choice. The best option will have a more relaxed feeling in the solar plexus region; the worst option will feel tight in this area, he explained.
UFOs in WWII
First hour guest, author Keith Chester (book link) talked about UFO cases in WWII, such as the 'Foo Fighters,' fast moving glowing objects, which at the time US troops thought were operated by the Germans. The late researcher Leonard Stringfield believed the Foo Fighters were of ET origin, said Chester, who added that triangular craft, similar to what are seen today, were also observed during the War.