In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach discussed the human body's innate ability to heal itself through natural means, without the use of dangerous and expensive pharmaceuticals. Ailments and diseases are primarily brought about by deficiencies in various nutrients and minerals, he argues. "We need 60 essential nutrients, 16 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids, 3 fatty acids, and this is required by our genes, and our DNA and RNA...to maximize our genetic output," he explained. Regarding the epidemic of diabetes-- it's not due to genetics, but rather that certain nutrients are required to keep blood sugar at the normal range, and to be able to consume and utilize carbohydrates and sugar, he cited.
He connected the cardiovascular problem, atrial fibrillation, with degenerative disc disease, which can cause the vertebrae to move closer together, and disturb the nerves of the heart. Wallach spoke out against taking cholesterol medication (statin drugs cause low testosterone and early menopause in women, he said), and argued that cholesterol has been unnecessarily demonized. He also talked about how many ailments are related to gluten intolerance. For more, check out this link to Wallach's Dead Doctors Radio.
In the latter half, remote viewing teacher Edward A. Dames, Major, U.S. Army (Ret.) presented updates on his solar 'Killshot' predictions and precursors, and other events he has remote viewed. A lot of the solar flare damage that will lead to infrastructure collapse is actually due to changes in the Earth's core, and the weakening of the magnetic field, he noted. The idea of the 'Killshot' first arose with remote viewers, when they viewed people in the future surviving in underground bunkers.
While there has already been "a shot across the bow" (a massive solar flare in 2012 that luckily wasn't directed at Earth), he suggested that the warning signs for the 'Killshot' sequence will begin with an X-10 flare, and a large passing body in space. Such a passing body was responsible for disturbances in Mars' atmosphere which led to the fall of ancient civilizations there, he added. Dames and his team have been looking at "sanctuaries"-- long term optimal places to survive on Earth. There were few promising zones in North America, and some like British Columbia initially looked good but turned out to have too much radiation after the event, he said. Dames believes cataclysmic events are imminent, and that the 2016 presidential election may not be held due to the imposing of martial law.