In the first half of the program, Teresa Yanaros, an advocate for spiritual enlightenment, joined guest host Jimmy Church (email) to discuss her recent Inner Earth invitation dream. According to Yanaros, she was visited in the dream by a beautiful illuminated woman at her childhood home and warned about an impending catastrophic event. The woman extended an invitation to join her in the Inner Earth, Yanaros explained, noting she was told she would never see her family again and had to decide within a half an hour. The woman in the dream seemed to be on a specific mission to recruit her, she recalled.
Yanaros posted the dream online and was referenced in an article by Resistance Operative Cobra. In the article Cobra suggested, "The Light forces are preparing the most awakened individuals of the surface population for physical contact with positive subsurface and extraterrestrial forces." Yanaros has come to understand her dream may be prophetic and certain people, between 20 and 200, are going to receive activations and be approached with invitations to the Inner Earth. "A lot of people are coming out of the woodwork talking about how they have had [dream] experiences with Inner Earth beings," she revealed.
During the latter half of the show, award-winning filmmaker Michael Mazzola talked about his new project exploring the life and research of David Icke. Mazzola reported just returning from England where he spent a week with Icke and his family shooting footage for the film. The documentary will serve as an introduction to not only Icke's work and ideas but provide a biographical profile of Icke as well, he disclosed. "This is someone who is perhaps the most ridiculed man in England," he said, adding how important it is that viewers see his humanity.
Mazzola also talked about his work directing the documentary Unacknowledged which focuses on Steven Greer's Disclosure Project and UFO secrecy. "Unacknowledged was designed as sort of a tool for people who are already deeply immersed in the subject to go out and evangelize with," he explained. Follow Mazzola on Twitter for the latest project updates.