In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach addressed alternative health approaches, and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. The lowering of cholesterol and the corresponding statin drugs, which have been touted as the greatest health invention of the 20th and 21st century, "turns out to be the greatest killer," he declared, adding that low cholesterol is what causes Alzheimer's, as the connective tissue in the brain is greatly composed of cholesterol. When it comes to the problem of scoliosis (curvature of the spine), one of the techniques he's found to be helpful is to hang people upside down on inversion tables.
Wallach said he's had great success giving nutritional tips, such as going gluten-free, to help women combat infertility. In dealing with the neuromuscular/brain disease-- Lou Gehrig's, he recommended eating 8-10 eggs a day per 100 pounds of body weight to rebuild the myelin, the white matter of the brain. Pancreatitis, he stated, is due to the deficiency of a single nutrient (selenium), but he suggests people supplement with the 90 essential nutrients the body needs.
Patty Greer researches and has visited more than 100 crop circles. In the latter half, she shared the latest in crop formation research, which she believes demonstrates that crop circles are rising from the Earth in counter-rotating plasma vortices. The Earth herself, she asserted, uses this method to communicate through sacred symbols such as mandalas, and ancient codes that compress massive amounts of information into small bits. Crop circles, she continued, leave more evidence than any UFO phenomena, with biophysical changes observable in the plant nodes.
Using magnetic testing, the late researcher WC Levengood, working with Penny Kelly, discovered in the lab that the distribution of the particles in crop circles "exactly matched the mathematical formulas for counter rotating vortices and the way they drove material," Greer detailed. If someone witnesses a crop circle being formed, they'll typically see two balls of light, she said, adding that areas in England like Wiltshire have more crop formations because of the large amount of ley lines running through the land. To view fascinating photographs of recent and classic crop circles, one site she recommends is Steve Alexander's Temporary Temples.
News segment guests: John Curtis, Bill Spillane