In the first half, pharmacist, nutritionist, and cosmetic chemist, Ben Fuchs shared alternative health concepts, and offered tips on supplements and healthy changes to one's diet and lifestyle. Regarding connective tissue supplements like shark cartilage, glucosamine, bone broth, and hyaluronic acid, he suggested that the body interprets these as signals that something's broken, and this initiates healing, growth, and immune response. Butter, he noted, is a "nutritional motherlode," that is fuel for the digestive system, and is high in Vitamin K, selenium, and iodine.
For gall bladder problems, he recommended supporting the bile system with food enzymes, lecithin, EFAs, and the amino acid, taurine. If dealing with autoimmune disorders, Fuchs talked about fasting for two days, and afterward, keeping a food diary and making note of the body's reaction to different items that cause flare-ups or symptoms. Supplements like probiotics and selenium could also be helpful, he added.
In the latter half, former minister for the Assemblies of God Church, Jeffrey Daugherty discussed his new work on malevolent entities and where they originate, as well as how UFO and ET descriptions are associated with Jesus. The New Testament is "absolutely loaded" with such imagery, he commented. For instance, we find at Jesus' birth, that "the shepherds were frozen and encased in blinding columns of light and were made immovable when they saw...angels." And looking at the crucifixion, he continued, there are odd details of the sun disappearing, that are reminiscent of a UFO blocking out the light of the sun at Fatima. One could consider Jesus as an ET, he remarked, in that he came from "above."
Many have speculated that aliens are extraterrestrial in nature, but new research points to them originating from Earth, possibly from underwater or subterranean realms, Daugherty stated, referring to these beings as "interterrestrials." If they do hail from our own planet (or from our future), they might be more likely to have our best interests at heart as opposed to beings that come from elsewhere, he surmised. Speaking of malevolent ETs, there is a growing belief that these entities are quarantined to their own planet, he suggested. However, some of the interterrestrials might be involved in less than benevolent activities like abductions and human experimentation. Daugherty also updated his study of the strange Mandela Effect.