In the first half, registered pharmacist, nutritionist and cosmetic chemist, Ben Fuchs shared alternative health concepts, and offered tips on supplements and healthy changes to one's diet and lifestyle. Fuchs contends that there "are no drugs that can cure or cure a disease state, with the exemption of antibiotics" for chronic health conditions, but that skillful administration of supplements can reverse most if not all recurring issues. He believes that the body needs to be provided with nutrients to allow it to heal naturally.
Fuchs said he was trained as a "compounding pharmacist," which taught students to mix and package drugs individually for each patient, which he claimed is now a "lost art," since drugs are now standardized by the companies which market them. Fuchs continued by describing mainstream medicine as system of "risk management," which he sees as a direct impediment to the natural healing ability of the body. Longtime caller Thomas asked how people can stop addiction to prescription opiates such as vicodin and oxycontin. Fuchs advised that anyone who is trying to wean themselves off of painkillers should "do it gradually, and be very kind to your body while doing it" since there is a great deal of stress on the body and mind during withdrawal. The guest concluded that in the U.S., that there is "a commodification of medicine that does not serve the individual."
In part two, former minister for the Assemblies of God Church, Jeffrey Daugherty discussed his interpretations of new translations of the book of Genesis which reveal references to reptilian gods – shape-shifting humanoids that were created before Adam and Eve. He also described his interpretation of the "Mandela effect" - where people are claiming that popular cultural references from the past are being shifted and altered. Daugherty recalled his rude exit from mainstream Christianity when he was in the process of a divorce and began reading the Bible anew, like "someone who kicked it up from the sand of a desert island," and came to new and radical realizations. By using the original Hebrew of the Old Testament, Daugherty says that the Earth and heavens were created by the "Elohim," which he says translates as "plural – male and female."
Daugherty believes that many of our basic physical traits are reptilian in nature, and that since the book of Genesis reads "Let us create man in our own image" that this implies both more than one god and that they also had reptilian features. He also offered his opinion that the Elohim were "shape shifters" and used the example of Jesus (who he believes was an incarnated Elohim.) Daugherty says that scripture relates Jesus escaped persecutions by "shifting his form" so that he "passed through" his tormentors. Asked about the Big Bang, Daugherty thinks that it is a purely scientific explanation to satisfy the scientific paradigm and added "somebody had to be there to light that fuse." He said he believed that the so-called "Mandela Effect" is being used to draw our attention away from certain truths. As proof, he claimed that the "Redeemer" statue in Rio De Janiero is now "at least a third taller and maybe more" than it was in 2001.
News segment guests: John Curtis, Lauren Weinstein