In the first half, author and researcher L.A. Marzulli discussed prophecies from the Book of Revelation, and the possibility of the Rapture taking place. There are signs in the heavens (astronomical alignments) that the date of September 23, 2017 lines up with a prophetic description in Revelation 12. According to researcher Scott Clarke, this could be the date of the Rapture. While Marzulli finds Clarke's information interesting and well researched, he believes that no one can know the actual date of the Rapture-- "no man knows the day or the hour," he cites of the Bible.
He characterized the Rapture as a supernatural event, in which true Christian believers both living and resurrected from the dead, are teleported from the Earth to join Jesus for eternity. Marzulli does believe we are nearing end times-- Hurricane Harvey and the devastation in Texas is just another sign of the cataclysmic earth changes that accompany this prophesied period, he said. Speaking of his experiences seeing people exorcised of demons, Marzulli warned "there are open doors" such as playing with the occult that can allow the demonic to come into a person's life. He also touched on alien implants, which he considers to be DNA-changing precursors to what the Bible has called the "mark of the beast."
Marzulli, and Ali Siadatan will take part in a special 90-minute Coast Insiders Chat on UFOs, Aliens, and Biblical Prophecy, hosted by Richard Syrett on Wednesday, September 27th. Get an email reminder here.
In the latter half, practicing pediatrician Daniel Friedman, MD, shared his research into the Jack the Ripper mystery. He has unearthed facts about both Jack the Ripper and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and drawn some startling conclusions. While a number of suspects have been proposed in recent years, Friedman was able to eliminate some of the main ones-- Dr. William Gull-- the Queen's physician couldn't have done it because he had a paralyzed arm; and H.H. Holmes, while a serial killer, had a completely different M.O. than the Ripper. Based on his research, he's concluded the killer of the five London prostitutes in 1888 was none other than the creator of Sherlock Holmes, himself, Arthur Conan Doyle.
Doyle's motivation for the murders was revenge for contacting syphilis from a prostitute, he suggested. He was known for being violent, and as a doctor, he had the surgical skills to perform the grisly crimes, Friedman cited. Doyle, he continued, suffered a traumatic childhood, and became a brilliant sociopath. He may have used a red muffler to dim a lantern that he carried when committing the murders in Whitechapel's dark alleys, he added, so people wouldn't be able to see what he was doing.