In the first half, former national space policy advisor to the White House and Congress as well as President of the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), John L. Casey, spoke about his discovery of a solar cycle that is now reversing from its global warming phase to that of dangerous global cooling for the next thirty years or more. Occurring every 206 years, the sun has begun a period of solar hibernation in which it cuts back on its energy output and ends up making the Earth very cold, he asserted. This cold phase, when it begins in earnest, happens relatively fast, he added.
During this transition period from a warm to cold cycle, we'll see more extreme weather, Casey noted. According to his research, there's a high probability of a catastrophic earthquake on the West Coast, as well as along the New Madrid fault, and possibly even in the South Carolina fault zone. These quakes, as well as devastating volcanoes, are associated with the low point of the cooling cycle which occurs during the years 2017 -2038, he cited. Instead of the focus on global warming, he believes the US government should be doing more to get people prepared for major catastrophic quakes.
In the latter half, founder of the Traditional Church of Satan, Reverend Robert Fraize, discussed his belief system and doctrines, and how Satanism differs from devil worship. Fraize is a theistic Satanist, recognizing an external deity, whom he named as Tiamat, a pre-biblical Mesopotamian goddess associated with chaos and primordial creation. "Satan means adversary...I am an adversary against the whole mainstream culture, I am an adversary against the tyrannical government," he stated.
"I want people to realize that Satan is not the bad guy," Fraize continued. "I believe that things have been turned around so much that the majority of people who are worshiping what is called God, in my opinion, could be considered the evil ones...the Christian God has killed millions of people over the years." In contrast to Satanists, devil worshipers believe in the Christian devil and may do things like human sacrifice, whereas most Satanists do not deliberately harm others, he explained. Tiamat, the deity whom Fraize considers to be Satan, is a reptilian alien that hails from another dimension and her mission is to liberate people, he added.