In the first half, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts joined George Noory in-studio to discuss the current state of the U.S. economy and what individuals can do to navigate these turbulent financial times. A huge amount of money was pulled out of the developed world and shifted into new systems that are growing like gangbusters, but areas where there's not reinvestment are fading away, creating divergent paths in the economy, she explained. Even within the stock market (which is at an all-time high), there are sections that are doing terrible, as others are booming, she noted. The US is printing a large amount of debt in currency and a lot of that is being channeled into the financial markets, she added.
Fitts offered advice for people at different life stages, such as for a 20-year-old, she suggested investing in education opportunities in growing fields such as engineering, and for a 60-year-old evaluating where they can spend their time doing more for their own advancement. "The majority of the middle class...are getting absolutely squeezed, and that process is going to continue," she cautioned. At the heart of financial inequality in America, she cited the government's black budget. "We have siphoned off out of this economy so much money into hidden and secret financial systems" which drain both talent and the technology. The American citizen finances this black technology which has created a huge amount of wealth for the few, while there's no royalty or return to the taxpayer, she lamented.
In the latter half, investigator Keith Johnson, who is regularly called upon to assist individuals in dealing with alleged paranormal phenomena or potential inhuman infestation in their homes, spoke about various cases and encounters. "A lot of spirits are not what they seem to be at first. They can be nice and benevolent but can turn on you once they have a foothold. Some of these spirits are very parasitic and can be very dangerous," he detailed. Johnson recounted a case in Rhode Island he worked on in the 1970s (which the recent movie The Conjuring was inspired by). Carolyn Perron saw an apparition in her bedroom of a woman in 18th century dress, whose neck seemed to have been broken. The spirit ominously chanted a warning to her, and when Carolyn's husband eventually woke up, his back was gouged and bleeding. More on this case in the 7/5/14 show.
Johnson believes that malevolent demons can pose as deceased persons, but they are actually fallen angels who inhabit another frequency. In a demonic infestation in Brooklyn, a woman with no eyes was repeatedly seen-- a demonic entity as opposed to a spirit will often be seen with missing body parts, he noted. At the haunted Slater Mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, risky child labor occurred, and they recorded numerous EVPs of children, he reported. Johnson also described his efforts to cleanse homes and locations, as well as conduct "deliverance" (expel spirit attachments from people).