On the 13th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks, former professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University, Dr. Judy Wood, appeared in the first half of the show, presenting evidence that the destruction of the WTC buildings was the result of directed energy technology. The Towers didn't collapse or burn up, they turned to dust in mid-air-- this is known because seismic charts don't indicate that the buildings slammed into the ground, she detailed. "There's no detectable S or P waves for any of the five events," which would be present in the case of a controlled demolition, she continued.
In contrast to some involved in the '9-11 Truth' movement, Wood contends that bombs or explosions are ruled out as the cause of the buildings' destruction, and that the so-called evidence for thermite is just residue from the structures' aluminum cladding. Further, the hijacked jets could not have turned the structures into dust, she said. Directed energy technology is not like a point-and-shoot laser beam but more akin to a field effect, where a certain zone is affected, she explained, adding that she suspects that the people who jumped from the Towers did so to escape this effect.
In the latter half, historian and expert in ancient mysteries, Jonathan Cahn, discussed how the ancient biblical cycle of Shemitah has coincided with various collapses, significant events, and economic crashes over the last 100 years. The cycle of Shemitah was originally described as a sabbath or rest for the land, and occurs for a one year period every seven years. The recent economic crashes in 2001 and 2008 fell during Shemitah years, as well as the events of 9-11, he outlined. Going further back, the significant dates of 1917 and 1945 related to WWI & II fell during Shemitah years, as well as economic crashes in 1973, 1980 and 1987.
The next Shemitah cycle starts on September 25, 2014 and will run through September 13, 2015. The big changes tend to manifest toward the end of the cycle, he noted, so we may see dramatic events in September 2015. The Shemitah pattern, he suggested, "is something that operates in the supernatural and the natural...and given the right circumstances, it can become a sign of warning and judgment...If you talked to the Rabbis, they'll say the Shemitah was showing that really God is in charge of everything," and that people should turn away from worldly things and turn back to God.