Former university professor in international relations, Dr. Michael Salla, is the author/editor of nine books dealing with exopolitics, ET groups, and secret space programs. In the first half, he shared details about the Galactic Federation, a cosmic organization that he believes is composed of various extraterrestrial races. As evidence, he cited the testimony of Prof. Haim Eshed, former head of Israel's Defense Ministry's space directorate, who specifically mentioned Earth's contact with the Galactic Federation. Eshed said that cooperative agreements had been worked out between the US government and the Federation, including involvement with an underground base on Mars. Salla also cited how some of the early contactees dating back to the 1950s, like George Van Tassel spoke about the Federation and Ashtar Command. Ultimately, the end game is for humanity to join the Galactic Federation for a kind of "Star Trek" future, Salla explained.
He noted the work of psychic researcher Dr. Andrija Puharich who teamed up with Uri Geller to establish contact with an ET organization known as the Council of Nine. According to the channeled information that Puharich, Geller, and others received, there were 24 different "seeder" ET races that helped to birth humanity, and they have been monitoring us ever since, including the Sirians and the Arcturians. Salla also shared information from one of his military sources who said he was recruited by the US Army because he was an ET contactee. "He was taken to one of the 'space arks' buried under the Atlantic ocean in the Bermuda Triangle area," Salla recounted, adding that a total of nine space arks are linked by space-time portals.
Steve Kates also known as "Dr. Sky" has been engaged in the science of astronomy for well over thirty years. In the latter half, he shared secrets of the night sky, astronomy, and our solar system. He also talked about space exploration, commenting that China's relatively new space program has been impressive, using cutting-edge technology to land a rover on the far side of the moon, along with three separate missions to Mars. There is a movement to return Pluto to its planetary status, he reported (it was re-classified as a dwarf planet in 2006). Kates speculated that Mars suffered from an impact event in the distant past, which could have destroyed its atmosphere and water. A big enough impact event might have formed what we now know as the asteroid belt, he added.
One of the asteroids in the belt is a curious object named Psyche, which is made out of solid metal in contrast to the more rocky types (NASA plans a mission there to launch later this year). While Jupiter is known to have 79 moons, Kates said it might have hundreds or thousands of smaller satellites, as it's such a massive planet (88,000 miles in diameter). Jupiter, he pointed out, is really a saving grace for our planet, as many of the objects in its orbit might have crashed into the Earth or the inner solar system if its gravity didn't trap them. The largest moon of Saturn, Titan, has its own atmosphere, he marveled. Titan has free-flowing lakes and oceans-- not of water but of liquid methane and ethane.