In the first half, four separate guests offered commentary and analysis on the superstorm, Hurricane Sandy, which hit landfall in New Jersey earlier in the evening. Researcher Nick Begich spoke about the technology of weather modification, and how weather control could be used as a weapon that has a kind of built-in 'plausible deniability.' While it's possible a technology such as HAARP might have been involved with Hurricane Sandy, it would be impossible to say for certain without independent monitoring, he noted. Author Whitley Strieber discussed how the Arctic melt this summer was extraordinary, and this has led to warming waters and bringing the Gulf Stream further north, which contributes to extreme storms further north. He also compared the storm to the one he and Art Bell wrote about in their book The Coming Global Superstorm.
Next up, physicist and author Stan Deyo shared details about an intriguing coincidence. In 1997, a practice drill related to a huge hurricane hitting the Northeastern US was conducted, and they used the name Hurricane Sandy. Deyo also called attention to a HAARP signal status chart from October 28th, which showed an intense hotspot in the northeastern US, and offered preparedness tips. Prophecy expert John Hogue related the storm to the astrological event of Neptune returning to Pisces in 2012-- Neptune is the ruler of floods and quakes, he noted. Hogue believes we are in the midst of a "climate cascade," which may really be set into motion by 2016-2017.
In the latter half, naturopathic physician, and the founder of the Institute of Applied Energetics, Rita Louise, shared her most recent work researching the genetic origins of humankind, through the study of various ancient mythologies and cultures. She and her co-author Wayne Laliberte found that there were concepts and storylines which paralleled across cultures that you could line-up and create a chronology from, starting with the formation of the Earth. According to her thesis, a group of ETs first came to Mars, and then relocated to Earth after a destruction occurred on the Red Planet.
"We were most certainly engineered by the gods. Mythology is very clear that there were a number of attempts to create mankind. Some were successful because we're here, but many of them were unsuccessful," she stated. In contrast to Sitchin's theory that the Annunaki created humans as a slave race, Louise suggested that our creation could be viewed more like a "domestication," such as how we have domesticated certain animals. She also did not find a consistency in the idea that the ETs were here to mine for gold, but there was some evidence that ochre was mined 40,000 to 90,000 years ago. Louise further speculated that the ETs may still be here, but they aren't able to survive under normal conditions, thus they live in their ships, or subterranean or underwater environments.