In the first half, editor of Unicus Magazine, Robert Stanley, discussed anomalous structures off the coast of Malibu, as well as underground bases, dimensional portals, and UFO sightings in the area. He said he first discovered what appears to be an ancient, man-made underwater "Platform" off the coast of Malibu using Google Earth in 2010 (see image below). This could tie-in with the lore of the Chumash Indians, which details how the First People lived in a coastal valley that was destroyed in a great flood (around 12,000 years ago), he pointed out. There was probably a lot of UFO activity and 'Star People' interacting with our ancestors, he added.
Directly across from the "Platform" on the coastal land are several stone structures that Stanley considers to be megalithic monuments. He also spoke about some of his UFO sightings in the area-- in one instance as they were looking out on the ocean on a mountain peak, a craft suddenly appeared-- "it looked like a white snowball...the air around it was like a sparkler, except in 360 degrees. It went from white, red, yellow, blue, green, purple and then faded out as it was moving from right to left." Stanley has concluded that our planet was upgraded by benevolent ETs a long time ago-- but then "fallen ones" came along and degraded the world, and made humans less than what we were before. The activity of Archons or mental parasites, he continued, can be lessened by synchronizing your heartbeat with your breathing, which acts to reboot your system.
In the latter half, UK astronomer and science writer David Darling shared updates on the threat of asteroids, solar flares, Planet X, the huge mysterious crater that recently appeared in Siberia, and other topics related to cosmology and our solar system. He recalled the Carrington Event, powerful solar activity that affected Earth in 1859. That night there were extremely bright auroras, and telegraph machines were shorted out or started fires. Beyond Pluto, there is evidence there could be one or two very large bodies (5 to 10 times more massive than the Earth) on extremely long orbits. But he doesn't find data to support the idea that one of these, Nibiru-style, travels close enough to affect the Earth-- if they did, they would knock us out of our orbit, he noted.
Rather than being created by some kind of impact from space, the new crater in Siberia is more likely to be caused by an explosive chemical reaction (the crater is near a huge gas field), he reported. Darling also discussed the possibility that we live in a multiverse, as well as how our universe could be destroyed-- if it was tipped into a low energy state or a kind of "vacuum instability." This however, is just a speculative possibility, and nothing to lose sleep over, he reassured.