In the first half, Founder of Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth, Richard Gage, talked about the destruction of the three World Trade Center high rises on 9-11, and why 2,250 architects and engineers have found evidence for controlled demolition and are calling for a new investigation. Upon viewing evidence not presented in mainstream media, it's possible to discern when a building is falling down versus when one is collapsing, and he's concluded that even though planes hit two of the towers, "all three towers were brought down by controlled explosive demolitions." The video evidence of the collapse of Building 7, as well as the Twin Towers, shows that each of them are destroyed suddenly, and explosively, and in free-fall in the case of Building 7, he added.
Investigative consultant RJ Lee found a large amount of tiny iron spheres (from molten iron) in the World Trade Center dust, which is consistent with what one would find if thermite incendiaries were used for the demolition, Gage continued. The 9-11 Commission members themselves say they were lied to by the Bush administration, and set up to fail, and the attorney for the Commission, John Farmer, stated that at some point there was a decision made not to tell the American people the truth about 9-11, he reported. Further, Gage remarked that the operation must have included people going all the way or near all the way to the top of the government, in that NORAD was ordered to stand down, when normally they would quickly respond to bring hijackers down.
Evil and Exorcisms
Third hour guest Father Andrew Wingate reviewed some of his past predictions, and shared updates on exorcisms, "end times," and the Fatima prophecy. He connected recent extreme weather and storms, as well as diseases such as Ebola, to the rise of evil, and believes that some 1-10% percent of the population are actually possessed. The Devil seeks out people of privilege and power such as politicians, he noted. In one particularly scary exorcism he witnessed, an individual who was chained to anchors in a foundation managed to pull some of them out during a levitation, he recalled.
Mysteries of the UK & Beyond
In the last hour, author and paranormal expert Lionel Fanthorpe spoke about various mysteries, and some of his travels to unusual locations in Wales and the UK, such as a church tower in St. Martin that leans like the Tower in Pisa. He recounted a case dating back to around the time of the French Revolution. There was a European village that has been referred to as the "Village of the Damned," in which the dead were seen to walk around. In an investigation, some graves were opened, and the medical explanation was that a number of people who'd been buried had actually just been in a deep coma, and made attempts to get out of their graves.