Second hour guest, former police officer specializing in accident investigation, James Sanders, offered analysis of the Malaysian Flight 370 mystery. If the pilots weren't the ones who instigated the incident, it would have taken a real pro to do it, he noted. It's improbable that the plane was taken over while they were in the air, like the 9-11 hijackers, because then a signal would have been put out, he added. Two years ago, the co-pilot of the plane is alleged to have opened the cockpit door to two young ladies, and let them ride with them, so it might have been a scenario like that, he conjectured. If the plane was taken over by terrorists and they used communications aboard the plane, it's likely that the NSA would have been able to intercept this, he added.
Joining the show for the last 90 minutes from the UK, author and paranormal expert Lionel Fanthorpe addressed a number of topics, and recounted several tales such as the Oak Island mystery. He mentioned that he's currently working on a story for a speculative book called The Vatican Vaults, about hidden objects stored there. For his piece, he's postulating that Saunière of Rennes-le-Chateau sent a secret document to the Vatican, which has now been uncovered.
Fanthorpe discussed voodoo, a mixture of early Catholicism and ancient African religions, which involves Loas-- lesser deities or saints that act as messengers. Voodoo participants can work themselves up into a spiritual or religious frenzy, and some of them become willingly possessed by a Loa, he shared. He also spoke about a haunted bookshop in Texas, where books inexplicably moved about when no one was there, as well as the storied Voynich manuscript, considered to be one of the most mysterious texts in the world.
First hour guest, author William Engdahl, who has written on issues of energy, politics and economics for more than 30 years, talked about volatile situations around the globe. "I think what we're seeing is unforeseen consequences breaking out everywhere...I think certain powerful families thought they had an agenda for regime change throughout the Arab world...they had an agenda to encircle China, and Russia and its nuclear arsenal...but these things aren't working like clockwork," he remarked. He cited the instability in Ukraine as a particular concern and warned that the conflict there could ignite a World War III.
Appearing for a segment at the start of the third hour, theoretical nuclear physicist Amit Goswami detailed his recent work which uses quantum physics to explain how successful people can tap into higher levels of consciousness to achieve their goals. To begin to do this, people should get in touch with their intuition, the tiny whispers inside themselves. Then, they can begin the "do-be-do-be-do" practice, which involves taking an action, and then doing nothing, in order to access the potentialities of quantum objects, he explained.