In the first half, attorney, contractor, and ET contactee Gordon James Gianninoto warned of the passage of Nibiru or Planet X, and ensuing earth changes, some of which he believes are already taking place. He also shared some of his ET experiences that both he and his wife have had. According to the Zetas (aliens from Zeta Reticuli), Planet X orbits between the sun and a dark twin of Earth, a burned out cinder of a planet that has no atmosphere or water, he said, adding that this dark twin was recently hypothesized by scientists, who referred to it as Planet Nine. As Planet X draws closer, we'll see a cataclysmic pole shift, he cited, with "the crust of the Earth shifting over the North Pole of the core until the eastern tip of Brazil is the new North Pole."
Further, the oceans are going to come up 700 ft., he detailed, and a new continent will emerge in the South Atlantic. Planet X photos and videos continue to be posted at poleshift.ning.com, he reported. After the apocalyptic events, humanity is transitioning into a higher frequency, Gianninoto remarked, and there will be a new race of half-human/half Zetas who'll have a life expectancy of 400 years, IQs of 300, and be entirely telepathic. His wife, he revealed, has given birth to hybrid children that she's visited while aboard ET spacecraft.
After a near-death experience in the 1980s, Elaina Deva Proffitt began using her psychic abilities to "see and feel" the most horrific crimes to help law enforcement, including the Reno Police Department. In the latter half, she discussed her psychic journey, and some of the cases she's worked on. When she reenacts a crime to gain psychic impressions, she experiences physiological symptoms such as her throat feeling "mushy" when someone has been strangled, and if there's been a stabbing with a lot of blood, her lips make a smacking sound.
Proffitt, who also communicates with angels and guides, is not always sure where her information emanates from when she works a criminal case. "Sometimes," she said, "I do feel it's coming from the victim." In 2011, she was asked to assist in locating missing person Patrick Carnes of Reno-- a case explored on past C2C shows-- and KOLO-TV (the only media she has allowed to observe her work) reported on her input.