James Rollins is a bestselling author of international thrillers. His writing has been translated into over forty languages and he's sold over 20 million books. In the first half, he talked about his new novel, Tides of Fire, which deals with a geological disaster that involves quakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions, and a key buried in the past that's tied to Aboriginal mythology. He also touched on such topics as UFOs, futuristic military technology, and AI. In his book, a strange bioluminescent coral that defies science is discovered and holds great promise for the future. Inspiring aspects of his novel, scientists have found, underneath Africa and in the Pacific, strange masses below the crust. Nicknamed 'blobs,' they are huge continent-sized chunks, possibly from an ancient planetoid that crashed into Earth and became trapped in the mantle. These blobs are not inert and may relate to quakes, volcanoes, and extinction events, Rollins noted.
The idea that octopuses may have had a non-terrestrial evolutionary pathway is also explored in his book. Such a concept is backed by a research paper proposing the theory that octopuses, squid, and other related creatures could have evolved from the cosmic seeding of our planet by extraterrestrial retroviruses during the Cambrian Explosion over 500 million years ago. Rollins pondered why so much focus has been on UFO and UAP revelations recently. He thinks the government might be preparing us, step-by-step, for the release of some astounding news down the line. For his novels, he consults with a number of contacts in DARPA, the Pentagon, and the US military, but they were curiously evasive when he asked them about the UFO question.
Dowser and radionics practitioner for over 15 years, Heinz Gugger, teaches people to harness their personal power. In the latter half, he outlined subtle energy tools and methods for manifesting different goals, such as improving farming situations, attracting a job, or healing. In order to manifest something, one should be clear about their goal and start by writing it down on paper in order to anchor the idea. Then, visualize the finished goal and experience your emotions around it. He also emphasized the importance of having a "safety switch" in that your goal is for the benefit of all and the detriment of none so that you're not harming anyone by doing the process.
Gugger described one of his tools, the Quantum Broadcaster, as being based on the science of radionics (involving electromagnetic fields or electrically powered devices). It works by activating a person's intent with a Tesla coil and then broadcasting it into the scalar field, and this resonates or creates harmony with the goal, he explained. He also discussed different ways to dowse, like with a pendulum or an L-rod. Simply asking yes or no questions when working with a pendulum can lack the detailed information you are seeking, such as whether a supplement might benefit you, so he advised using charts that show different percentages in tandem with the pendulum.
During the last half-hour, a replay from 2011 with author Brad Steiger discussing alien mysteries was featured.