Justin Deschamps has been a truth seeker all his life, studying physics, psychology, law, philosophy, and spirituality, and working to weave these seemingly separate bodies of information into a holistic tapestry of ever expanding knowledge. In the first half with Jimmy Church (email), Justin shared the goal of his work - to help himself and others become better truth-seekers, and in doing so, form a community of holistically minded individuals capable of creating world healing projects for the benefit of all life—what has been called The Great Work. Deschamps said his own awakening happened when he was looking to debunk cancer cures and found one that actually worked. At that time, he decided to live his life on "altruistic principles" and become a source and nexus for alternative information.
His podcast and website became the main methods for spreading the ideas that Deschamps was uncovering, but he pointed out that the internet has also become a place of countless false and manufactured sources of information. He believes that there are powers in charge of public discourse who have created a "systematic disruption" of the ability of people to think and discuss issues and ideas, which has resulted in a situation where "we can’t have a meeting of the minds, which is what communication is all about." In answer to caller Charles’ question about what people can do to improve the state of the world, Deschamps suggested that each person should first "get their own house in order" and then "learn how to communicate with people in a respectful way."
Certified hypnotherapist, abduction researcher and Director of CERO (Close Encounter Resource Organization) Yvonne Smith discussed stories from the last five years of her work as a hypnotherapist specializing in alien abduction. She has seen a shift or "urgency" in the messages received by the abductees from these beings as if something enormous is about to happen. Smith has been regressing and counseling abductees for over 25 years, and is convinced that the abduction phenomenon is real and is caused by some sort of extraterrestrial beings or intelligences because the accounts of her clients are "so startlingly similar."
Since 2011, Smith says that many of her clients have been separately telling her that they are receiving messages from their abductors that "something is coming" and they don’t know what to do about it. Some also see themselves in dreams leading large groups of people. They are instructed that "you have a job to do," and when the time comes they will know what to do. The abductees have told Smith that what is coming is not clear, but could be in one of three categories: 1 - a chemical, biological or nuclear attack; 2- some kind of natural disaster, such as a hurricane or earthquake; or 3 - UFO disclosure in an unusual way which might cause panic and unrest. A caller from Nevada named Bonnie described terrifying experiences involving an evil "doctor" and a strange trip into the desert where she saw a conveyor belt loaded with hundreds of dead bodies.