In the first half, researcher Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human origins, including artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into conventional timelines and theories of academic and scientific communities. Evidence for the extreme antiquity of a human presence includes small metallic spheres found in rocks in a South African mine that date back a staggering 2.8 billion years. Cremo noted that some of the objects are perfectly circular and have parallel grooves running along their center, which suggests they were constructed or carved.
He talked about an excavation in the Philippines last year where human-like remains and evidence were found in deposits that were around 700,000 years old. Cremo also spoke about ancient texts from India that described vimana, UFO-like craft or flying machines that were said to have cloaking and duplication capabilities, as well as energy beam weapons. One vimana was said to be a flying city that traveled throughout space, visiting other planets, and containing both real and robotic birds. He added that ancient Hindu texts, the Puranas, declared that the universe is populated by 400,000 different human-like species that inhabit various planets, dimensions, and levels of energy.
Suzanne Falter is an author, speaker, blogger, and podcaster who has published both fiction and non-fiction, as well as essays. In the latter half, she talked about the transformational healing of crisis and the supernatural events surrounding her daughter's untimely death. These events shifted the entire nature of her being and led to her life's work of helping others. In 2012, her 22-year-old daughter Teal, who had epilepsy, suffered a massive coronary event and was kept on life support while unconscious for six days. During the coma, Falter felt the presence of Teal communicating with her spiritually.
As the unconscious Teal neared death, she said she felt an enormous rush of energy, a kind of elation, and she knew that her daughter's soul had left her body. After she died, Falter began to receive direct communications from Teal, which resembled regular conversations, as well as profound encounters in the dream state. Teal had left a journal behind that contained many chestnuts of wisdom concerning self-care, finding a sense of peace, and listening to the body's intuition, which Falter has used as guideposts. "We have to come back to this beautiful, grounded state of being we were born with," Suzanne explained. "We were given the opportunity to be whole, be perfect, but life kicked us sideways."