In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach addressed alternative health approaches and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. Speaking of diet, the long-term problem with oils, even healthy ones like coconut and olive, is that they oxidize and turn into trans fat which leads to plaque in the arteries, he suggested. The problem of blood clots or deep vein thrombosis is associated with a deficiency of Omega-3's, essential fatty oils, said Wallach. Omega-3 supplements typically contain such ingredients as fish oil or flax.
For the issue of bone spurs or osteoporosis, he recommended the supplement MSM, which helps support bones, joints, and ligaments. To check for toxic exposures, Dr. Wallach advised taking a hair analysis test, which can reveal problems. For a case of mercury poisoning, he said that selenium could be helpful. He also cited selenium as one of several supplements that can fend off depression and OCD, which he associates with a mineral deficiency. He connected suicidal impulses with a lack of the mineral lithium orotate.
Timothy Green Beckley's latest work reveals that UFOs are not necessarily piloted by friendly ETs. Some of the craft and their crew seem hostile toward earthlings. They have shot down planes, zapped and even killed humans, and caused massive blackouts. In the latter half, he recounted several cases, one of which occurred in Manitoba, Canada in 1967. An industrial mechanic/miner named Stefan Michalak was prospecting for silver near Falcon Lake when he saw two cigar-shaped craft emitting a red glow and then one landing on a flat section of rock.
Michalak decided to investigate and moved closer. There was a bright flash and he was subsequently hit by a blast of air or gas. Disoriented, he made his way out of the area. Eventually, he was treated at a hospital for burns to his chest and stomach. More on the case, including photos and sketches here. Beckley also shared an odd account that took place in the Everglades in 1953, when a scoutmaster saw a globe-like light in the palmetto trees that he thought might have been a downed craft. As he used a machete to get near the object, he was blasted by a kind of heat ray and ended up hospitalized for burns. Also discussed were such incidents as Cash-Landrum, the Battle of Los Angeles, and the 1965 Blackout, in which actor Stuart Whitman claimed to have heard a voice outside the window of his Central Park hotel. The voice informed him that its group was behind the blackout and it was a demonstration of their power.