In the first half, conspiracy researcher Joshua Abraham discussed his contention that a global government is being planned by the Illuminati, and how they're in touch with satanic or demonic forces. He named various occult groups that he associated with Illuminati, including the Theosophical Society, whom he said controls or influences the United Nations. "With dark powers, come dark energies. We have to realize that these people who summon [what] they call demonic entities," are being given "instructions in their satanic ritual to bring about a new age, a new world order of global governance, and uniting into one humanity. But, here's the kicker, they've got to discredit Christianity," and some of them claim that Jesus is a knock-off of the Egyptian deity Horus," he stated.
Further, Abraham argued that UFO and alien abduction phenomena does not stem from evolved extraterrestrials but rather interdimensional demonic beings, who can materialize or disappear at will. If they were benevolent space travelers, we would see their efforts to help us out, but instead they're abducting people and "getting into demonic rituals, and channeling people for higher intelligence," he declared. Abraham cited the work of researcher Jacques Vallee, who in books such as Messengers of Deception, compared alien incidents to occult traditions of centuries past. Aleister Crowley actually made a drawing of a demon he summoned, who gave him a message of the new age in 1919, and the image resembles what today we call the alien grey, he continued.
In the latter half, engineer and geologist Paul D. Burley shared his fascination with Stonehenge, and "sacred spheres," and his efforts to decipher the meaning of these ancient structures, and why they were constructed. What many don't realize is that ancient depictions of circles across various cultures, such as the medicine wheel, represent three-dimensional spheres or geometries, he said. "These circles are representing the universe around us, and the Earth upon which we walk, which is below us," or the experience of having the cosmos all around us, he explained. Constructed around 5,500 years ago, Stonehenge was made of very durable materials because the builders wanted these structures to last for eternity, as they were representing eternal concepts such as the cycle of life and rebirth, he outlined.
Stonehenge, which is designed with circles within circles, "was meant to be recognized as a sacred structure by anyone who saw it," with the cosmic dome above us, and Mother Earth below, and the source of life at the center, he detailed. One of the most curious things Burley has concluded about the Stonehenge ritual landscape is that 1,000 years before the stones were placed there, settlers shaped a stretch of land into a "cursus" which depicted a cosmic map in the ground, including the Milky Way, Orion, and set of stars known as the Winter Hexagon. For more, view a set of related images.