Investigative mythologist William Henry discussed his decoding of Gnostic gospels, and sacred art and their relation to stargates and the "light body." A stargate could be thought of as a link between suns or star systems, "a dot of real estate on the Earth" where the transformative energy or vibration from a particular star system saturates the ground, or an interstellar transportation system (possibly used at Stonehenge), he outlined. The ancient Gnostics were esoteric knowledge seekers who sought to reconnect with their higher self, and believed that in their light bodies they could travel in a cosmic conduit or stargate to the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which they referred to as Sion, he continued.
According to the Gnostics, Sion was occupied by ascended human beings, in a different plane of existence. Interestingly, back in the 1800s, the Mormons wrote about the city of Enoch located in the center of the galaxy, he noted. Rather than in craft, the advanced beings of Sion travel via a "beaming garment" or light body, and this is humanity's next level of evolution, Henry said. He shared the translation of a lost Gnostic text called the Revelation of the Magi-- the three Magi weren't following a star, but a "starchild," who manifested to them through a stargate. Further, this starchild or Jesus, told them that this wasn't his first trip to Earth. Henry was surprised at how much this text concurred with his own theories. Sacred art shows Earth linked by a conduit to the throne of God, which could be a kind of Stargate kit that the Gnostics wrote about, he added.
He also expressed concern over the dehumanizing direction technology may be taking us, with predictions that by 2035, humans will be replaced by machines. Humanity won't be able to achieve its full manifestation as the light body, if it goes in this direction, as machines lack the ability to love, Henry cautioned.
First hour guest, former FBI profiler, Mary Ellen O'Toole, talked about how to make decisions that are not guided primarily by gut feelings and emotions. For instance, when evaluating the character of a new person that comes into your life, it's beneficial to examine aspects beyond superficial details such as how they dress, & what kind of job they have, and look more at their specific behaviors and what kind of information you have available about them, she explained. O'Toole also cited the factor of "icon intimidation," whereby people in positions of authority such as ministers or coaches, might be given the "benefit of the doubt," even if they don't necessarily merit it.