In the first half of the show, documentary filmmaker Ken Klein discussed his interpretation of biblical angels, and a war in the heavens. He delineated three types of angels: The Cherubim are watchers, who "have the back of the other angels," during their war. The Seraphim are the scribes that record the history of the universe, and the Ophanim are the creator angels who got into a fracas with Lucifer, who had been an archangel of the Cherubim.
Many of the Ophanim were banished from the heavens, and cast down with Lucifer, said Klein, who added that angels have the ability to fly in ships throughout the universe and some UFO sightings are connected with fallen angels. Klein believes many humans are manipulated by fallen angels, whose strategy is to keep us from the knowledge of who we really are.
He also claimed that in New Orleans, shape-shifting fallen angels were recently captured on video, and promised to make the recording available as proof of their existence.
In the latter half of the show, scientist Robert Piccioni talked about the extraordinary odds required to form a universe by chance that features just the right factors to sustain life. He cited four factors needed for life-- a viable, stable universe, with the right sort of geometry, the necessary atoms to form living entities, an Earth-like habitat, and a genetic code like DNA. "It turns out that DNA is the most sophisticated, the most complex, most beautifully organized thing in the entire universe," he commented.
The simultaneous occurrence of these conditions is statistically highly unlikely to have formed by chance alone, said Piccioni. He concluded that we are left with two possibilities-- that God created life, or some unknown mechanism we haven't discovered yet has an incredible capacity to put all these elements together.