In the first half, retired investigative researcher Bob Fletcher talked about the latest evidence for the rogue 'Planet X,' and how underground cities and hideouts have been developed for the elite to seek refuge. He believes that missing billions or even trillions from the Federal Reserve could be connected to the creation of hundreds of underground survival locations. Other nations in addition to the US, such as Russia and China have also been building such facilities. According to his research, Planet X or Nibiru was first discovered in the 1980s, and the Pope and the Vatican are aware of its nearing arrival.
The Jade Helm exercise is a trial run for martial law that is coming, probably a few months before Planet X is visible, so that the population can be controlled in advance of its arrival, Fletcher contended. The extraordinary weather, increased volcanic activity, and other global changes are associated with Planet X growing closer, he commented. As Planet X makes it closest approach (possibly in March of 2016, he suggested), the earth will reel from devastating tsunamis and other cataclysms, he warned. However, Fletcher has learned that the Defense Dept. and NASA may be working on a secret plan to deflect the planet, using a fleet of remote controlled space planes with particle beam/directed energy technology.
In the latter half, electrical engineer Larry Arnold, who combines his scientific background with the world of Forteana and weird events, discussed his pioneering research into spontaneous human combustion (SHC), and the various cases of people who have inexplicably burst into flames. He defined SHC as "the smoking, blistering, or burning of a person in the absence of a known, identifiable nearby burn agent." Cases date all the way back to the early 1500s, and have occurred under diverse circumstances. A classic modern case is that of Dr. John Bentley-- in1966 his body was reduced to ash, except for part of his leg and foot (photo).
In one incident from 1828, a physician was actually a witness to the phenomenon, when he was called to a blacksmith's shop and observed the victim standing in a silver-colored flame. Arnold estimates that in fatal cases this kind of flash fire may get as hot as 9,000 degrees F, enough to instantaneously burn off a body's water content. One of the most baffling aspects to SHC is the denial of mainstream fire science and medical communities to look honestly at the actual evidence for these inexplicable cases, he remarked. Instead, they offer prosaic explanations related to drinking alcohol and smoking.