In the first half, research physicist and author Stan Deyo discussed his most recent work finding the exact location of the Garden of Eden, as well as his theories of Earth expansion, how the Earth became tilted on its axis, and revelations about the dinosaurs. The idea that many dinosaurs were too heavy to support their own weight suggested to him that the Earth was at one time smaller. According to his computations, the Earth may have been 20% smaller, and spun faster, yielding 16-19 hour days instead of 24. The planet's gravity was neutralized by 2/3, and consequently the dinosaurs would have been much lighter and able to function better before the planet expanded, he continued. Other planets in our solar system show evidence that they grew in size over time, he added.
Deyo has determined that the location for the biblical Garden of Eden was in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania, Africa, which grows a type of fig tree that produces large, leathery leaves such as worn by Adam and Eve to cover themselves. He found a reference to various rivers in the biblical account of Eden which led him to the Ngorongoro area, which is surrounded by five volcanoes. Eruptions left a 102-mile crater with natural walls-- an ideal site for Eden, as seen in aerial photos, he commented. For more, check out Deyo's links to graphics, photos, and videos in support of his assertions.
In the latter half, Michael Horn, spokesperson for famed UFO contactee Billy Meier, discussed recent controversies surrounding the validity of the Meier case, as well as reviewed specific prophecies pertaining to current Russian military movements, and the exact countries involved. In 1987, Meier reportedly had 215 contacts with an ET named Quetzal, who presented the "Henoch" prophecies to him, which included one that specified that the World Trade Center would be destroyed by terrorists (though no dates were given in the prophecies). "The United States of America will be a country of total destruction. The cause of this will be manifold with her global conflicts which are continuously instigated by her and [fueled by] enormous hatred against her worldwide. As a result America will experience enormous catastrophes," he quoted from the prophecies.
Horn connected the prophecies to current events such as the Ebola epidemic, and cautioned of a yet-to-come prophecy that Russia would attack Scandinavia during a summertime period and all of Europe would be embroiled. Meier spoke of attacks on Norway, Sweden, and Finland, with eventual Russian attacks on Canada and the United States via Alaska. Canada is currently challenging Russia over resources at the Arctic, Horn noted. He also refuted various hoax charges against some of Meier's UFO photos and ET evidence.