Researcher, explorer and filmmaker, Timothy Alberino, works with Steve Quayle and travels the earth in search of evidence relating to the true narrative of forbidden history. In the first half, he discussed his most recent work on transhumanism, biohacking and artificial intelligence. Transhumanism is a movement that aims to transform and enhance the human condition via various cutting-edge technologies. Ultimately, it's a transition into a "post-human condition" that's a next step in evolution.
The GRIN technologies-- genetics, robotics, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology are accelerating and converging, and will redefine what it means to be human, he continued. Alberino expressed concern that transhumanism is an agenda of the "Luciferian technocratic elite," and those who don't go along with it will be relegated to a "subclass of human beings."
There is a growing international revolution of biohacking, a community of people using advanced gene editing to make modifications of the genomes of living creatures, including themselves. Many of the biohackers, he said, are motivated by the idea of "personalized medicine" that targets specific problems in their genome. Additionally, he posited that there is a covert "super soldier arms race" in various countries, with experimentation likely taking place in underground facilities.
Naturopathic doctor and certified nutrition counselor, Joseph Christiano, has spent more than 50 years both personally and professionally in natural health. In third hour, he talked about the latest developments in stem cell therapy. This type of approach is the way of the future and already saving lives, he stated, adding that people's own adult stem cells can be pulled for use in treatment, which bypasses the controversies surrounding the use of embryonic cells. In many cases, he said, stem cell treatments can be a valid alternative for surgeries involving the back, hips, and neck (Christiano benefited from stem cell treatment which miraculously eliminated chronic back pain after he had back surgery that didn't accomplish this).
Because stem cell therapy tends to be very expensive, and not always available in the United States, he recommended patients consider 'Adult Stem Cell Activators,' an amino acid product line with nanotechnology featured on his website. The activators strengthen a person's existing stem cells so they can more readily repair damaged areas, he suggested.
The last hour featured Open Lines, and a replay of a Dr. Morgus segment.
News segment guests: Jerome Corsi, Peter Davenport