In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach shared alternative health approaches and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. Skin wrinkles and signs of aging are due to nutritional deficiencies, he asserted. We can't depend on the minerals in food because the soil is depleted, so we need to supplement, Wallach explained. For one's diet, he suggested avoiding glutens, oils, and fried foods, and instead, eating such things as rice, salmon, and eggs. He was critical of statin medications to treat high cholesterol and believes their usage is associated with the rise in Alzheimer's in the general population.
For a caller suffering from osteoarthritis, Doc Wallach recommended the supplement MSM (with meals) to help support ligaments, tendons, cartilage, connective tissue, and bones, as well as collagen supplements. Regarding obesity, he attributes the problem to mineral deficiencies which cause people to remain hungry even though they've eaten large meals. He continues to offer his free weekly Zoom sessions "Ask Doc Live" on Friday mornings.
Researcher in non-local consciousness and futurist Stephan Schwartz discussed his latest scientific studies of consciousness, UFOs, and remote viewing (RV). He suggested that we're seeing an increased presence of UFOs and UAP at this time because the aliens may be particularly interested in observing Earth when humanity is at a crossroads having developed technology that can destroy the planet. He talked about his successful use of RV for locating and describing archaeological sites such as Cleopatra's Palace, and the Lighthouse of Alexandria (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world). Schwartz said he first developed a protocol for RV, accessing non-local consciousness in 1968, several years before the SRI team began their work in the 1970s.
"I think that what we call reality is a collective perception of information architecture," he remarked, but if you understand it-- you can manipulate it, particularly when large groups of people focus on a specific intention. He continues to work on his futurist project, having remote viewers look at the 2050-2060 time period, which he started in the late 1970s. Back then, remote viewers looking at 2050 told him there was no nuclear war, yet the world was an extremely dangerous place because of terrorism, internally and internationally. Looking toward this mid-century period, he is very concerned about the direction of CRISPR genetic technology, which may allow for designing a new type of human that is superior to what we are now but in so doing create a huge division between people.
At the end of the show, George Noory continued his Memorial Day tradition with his reading of the poem "A Soldier Died Today," credited to A. Lawrence Vaincourt.