In the first half, author and researcher Steve Quayle sounded the alarm about advances in technology and AI which will make it nearly impossible for humans to discern what is real and what is counterfeit, as well as clones and artificial beings who dramatically surpass human intellect. "Species dominance" will be the number #1 war of the future, in regards to who will rule humanity, he foresees. Positing the nightmarish scenario of disembodied spirits or demons taking over machine bodies, whether they're autonomous killing machines on the battlefield or sex robots, Quayle warned it would be like "The Terminator on steroids."
On the topic of geoengineering, chemtrails, and weather modification, he believes a kind of diabolical terraforming is taking place. Quayle reported that one of his sources, a former assistant director of the CIA, made a deathbed confession declaring that the purpose of chemtrails was to break down the electromagnetic barriers that help keep evil out of our dimension. The bottom line of geoengineering and weather warfare is the extinction of the human race, he continued, plus a string of severe earthquakes are on the way. "Things," he added, "are speeding up so fast...I don't believe that this generation is going to escape the supernatural payback for tampering with all of God's creation."
Clint Werner has worked in the field of preventive health for over 30 years. In the latter half, he discussed the latest in cannabis research and how certain chemicals called cannabinoids have amazing healing properties and can protect the brain by reducing inflammation and even fight the spread of certain cancer cells. The fascinating thing about cannabinoids, he noted, is that they match up with corresponding compounds in the human body, and can amplify and harmonize various regulatory functions. Cannabis, he added, has had medicinal applications for many centuries, starting in India where it was used for such things as cancers, seizure disorders, and ulcerations of the skin.
CBD, a non-psychoactive component of cannabis, has demonstrated a variety of medicinal effects and received a mountain of publicity as a general cure-all, yet this is a bit deceptive Werner explained, as it's THC that's helpful for such conditions as glaucoma. THC has also been reported to act as a kind of scrubbing bubble against Alzheimer's plaque, and small doses could block that type of brain pathology from developing, he suggested. While Werner was upbeat about the recent renaissance of cannabis, he conceded there were some downsides to legalization such as politicians using it as a cash cow.