SF Bay Area architect Richard Gage is the founder of Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth. In the first half, he discussed his ongoing work examining the destruction of the three World Trade Center high rises on 9-11, and why more than 700 architects and engineers are calling for a new investigation to determine if forces beyond aircraft and jet fuel were used to destroy buildings on that fateful day in 2001. Recently, Fire Commissioners in an adjacent New York City area became the first legislative body in the US to officially support a new investigation into the events of 9-11, he announced. Gage has concluded that a "false flag" scenario was taking place during the attacks on the Twin Towers; and the evidence shows that demolition devices were planted in the buildings, and it was these that brought them down rather than the impact of the plane crash and subsequent fires.
Particularly, the collapse of Building 7 in the afternoon of 9-11 was suspicious, he said, noting how the 47-story high rise "dropped like a rock straight down uniformly [and] symmetrically into its own footprint in under seven seconds." In the two taller towers, there were explosions taking place as much as 60 floors below the initial zone of destruction, he stated. These isolated explosive ejections (said to be visible on video documentation) are known as "squibs" in the controlled demolition industry, he added, indicating they were pre-placed in the building. Further, the signature component of the "WTC dust" is residue from molten iron created in extreme heat-- such as in a thermite explosion, he cited. Gage also reported that "seismic events" were recorded in the area by an earth observatory both several seconds before the planes hit, and before the debris hit the ground from the towers.
Kathleen Marden works full time as an author, alien abduction researcher, and lecturer. She has more than 22 years of experience in the field and is the niece of Betty and Barney Hill, the first abductees whose story stirred worldwide interest. In the latter half, she discussed her latest research and work helping experiencers deal with the trauma of being abducted. While she differentiates between people who have willing ET contacts (contactees) and those who are abducted against their will (abductees), she combined the groups under John Mack's term "experiencers" for a survey of over 500 people done in tandem with MUFON.
The survey found that 72% of the experiencers were less than 20-years-old when they had their first contact. This supports the idea that the aliens are doing a longitudinal genetic study, she suggested, studying people over time and generations (abductions often run in families). Most of the people surveyed did not want the contacts to stop because they valued the high quality of information they receive, as well as perceived "gifts" such as increased intelligence and psychic abilities, and spiritual advancement. Regarding alien implants, Marden revealed that in some instances the mysterious objects were placed in positions where they could not easily be surgically removed like under the teeth and in front of the ear. She also detailed that health problems, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, were reported with a higher frequency among the experiencers as compared to the general population.