Appearing for the first two hours, former practitioner of conventional medicine, Dr. Charles Tramont discussed how he now treats patients by making use of hypnotherapy, spirit guides, and the releasing of attached entities. He described a number of case histories, including a woman suffering from writer's block. One of the earthbound spirits he found attached to her claimed to be that of Edgar Allan Poe, he detailed. He said he's also run across other well-known spirits attached to his patients including Edgar Cayce, Doc Holliday, and Nostradamus.
Interestingly, ET-type spirits can become attached to people, Tramont noted. The mechanism for this can involve a fleshy tubular device that goes through the spine to seal an energy transfer from their dimension, he posited. In one case, a man had four Reptilian attachments, with one body reportedly "in stasis" on a spaceship; in another instance a woman was used like a portal through which other alien beings entered, he shared.
In the second half of the program, writer and documentary film producer G. Edward Griffin talked about the Federal Reserve and who controls money. The Federal Reserve is an "old con game" or Ponzi scheme that creates money out of thin air, he declared. It acts like a cartel, he continued, and though its actions can seem obscure, US citizens should be concerned about it because decisions made by the Reserve can affect the value of their savings and retirement funds.
A recent call spearheaded by Congressman Ron Paul to audit the Federal Reserve is a step in the right direction, as it calls attention to the system, said Griffin. Yet powerful forces could readily act to subvert an honest audit, and ultimately we need to get rid of the Federal Reserve rather than just audit it, he added. Griffin recommended people get out of debt, consider real estate if priced right, and invest 10-25% of their assets in gold and silver, as it holds value more than currency.