In part one, former crime reporter and sports writer Bob Mitchell discussed the incredible story of John Titor II, who began traveling through time on missions for a highly-secretive arm of the U.S. Air Force in 1979 and served as commander of the 177th Time Travel Division from the years 2030 to 2036 at Area 51. Mitchell said that the U.S. Government has the ability to "change the timeline" of history and that time travel technology has been in use since at least the 1970s. At 30 minutes into the program, Col. John Titor joined the program to discuss the differences between himself and the original who contacted Art Bell in 2001. "Titor II" as his co-authors call him, says he is the product of a cloning project and was given the name John Titor by his superiors.
Titor claims that he has traveled forward to the year 2100 and back as far as 200 BC. He also says that a third world war is coming and that "millions will die" in this conflict, which will start when Iran attacks the east coast of the U.S. The retaliation will be with radioactive weapons which will plunge the world into a nuclear winter. Titor said that he either has or might be able to change things to keep this from happening, and that the details were in the new book. Mitchell’s co-author Jason Quitt joined the program in the second hour. After knowing Titor for a few months, he said that Titor "confirmed some things to me that I’ve never told anyone else about my personal journey to those time zones" since he claims to have traveled astrally through time. Titor said that he has a friend who is a grey alien that likes to watch football and eat Doritos.
In part two, scholar, hermetic magician, and teacher of ritual and ceremonial magic, Marcus Katz discussed his work with tarot, kabbalah, ceremonial magic, Aleister Crowley, and ritual. Katz says he was first alerted to the possibilities of magic when he was assigned to try dowsing as a child at school and located an underground water main which was completely buried and invisible from above. He says that the Western Occult or Esoteric tradition is essentially a "way of exhausting all possibilities of what is real and what is true" and encourages people to question reality and what has been presented to us as reality. He further stated that after 35 years of practice, he has realized that "there’s something definitely amiss with our concept of time" and how we think causality works.
Katz then discussed using a tarot card deck as more of a tool for personal change than a simple way of telling fortunes. He said that readings can be done that are designed to change behavior over a period of time by drawing cards and using their symbolism as clues about how to proceed. As for casting spells for negative purposes, such as to harm others, Katz said that bad spells tend to affect the magician in a negative way "rather than the person it is directed towards." In general, he contends, spells or rituals that affect others tend to be far less reliable than ones that are focused on the self. Concluding, Katz said that the main idea of the practice was to wish for an outcome, but not to get wrapped up in the "lust for results."