In the first half, Pastor Carl Gallups joined George Noory to discuss the story of the highly venerated Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, who, on the Day of Atonement in 2005, had a vision where he claims to have "met the Messiah." A prophecy related to this was released one year after his death in 2007 (the Rabbi was said to be at least 106 years old when he died in 2006). Gallups, who believes we are living in biblically prophetic times, noted that Rabbi Kaduri had made several accurate prophecies, including foreseeing a terrible calamity involving the rising of the sea in the East two weeks before the Indonesian tsunami occurred in 2004.
In Kaduri's vision of 2005 in which he met the Messiah, he revealed that the Messiah couldn't arrive until former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon was dead (Sharon has been in a vegetative coma since 2006). The name of the true Messiah allegedly written by Kaduri in Hebrew on a note before he died was "Yehoshua," which Gallups translates as Jesus. "The story is still unfolding," and has been quietly shaking the foundations of world religious communities, Gallups commented.
In the last hour, founder of the World Peace Foundation, Tom Oliver, spoke about the power and energy behind success, and how people can transcend what they think is possible. He believes we're connected to an invisible inner web that unites all creation and that we can tap into this for inspiration. He outlined seven steps for realizing one's true power, and how to enhance it-- they include defining your destination very clearly by putting it down in writing, embracing yourself by becoming one with your energy, and trusting what you're good at doing. One way to realize peak performance is to utilize lucid dreaming, which can transfer skills to the waking state, he noted.
The third hour of the show featured Open Lines.
In the first half, Professor of theoretical physicsRonald Mallett gave an update on his quest to develop a time machine (he was originally inspired to do this after the early death of his father). The fact that time is affected by gravity became key to his work. "It turns out that you can actually use gravity to manipulate time in such a way that you can actually bend and twist time into a loop and this allows the possibility of traveling back into the past," he explained. "When you're trying to manipulate space and time, you have to do it in some way, and when you start the manipulation process you're actually beginning to capture the past in a way that you can revisit again," he continued.
Mallett's concept for a time machine centers around the idea that a circulating laser beam can cause a twisting of space and time, and thus loop the past and the future together. Yet, there are built-in limitations to such time travel-- the device if developed would only be able to visit the past that occurred after the machine's inception, and if the machine was turned off during a visit, the traveler wouldn't be able to return, he detailed. Mallett also discussed experiments being done with the Large Hadron Collider-- it acts as "sort of a time machine, as far as sending particles into the future," along the lines of Einstein's theory of relativity.
In the latter half, clairvoyant, and earth mysteries investigator Betsey Lewis discussed her work researching bizarre tales of the Mojave Valley in California including underground tunnels, mysterious geoglyphs, skeletons of giants, and UFO sightings. Southwestern Native Americans have stories and legends about star beings, she noted. There is a Paiute legend about a race of beings known as the Hav-musuvs who lived in a vast system of caves in Death Valley when there was a great lake in the area. It's said this race of beings possessed small tube-like devices that could either stun a person or kill them. According to a 1947 article that appeared in Death Valley's Hot Citizen, a team of amateur archaeologists led by Howard E. Hill found in caverns and tunnels nine-foot tall skeletons, mummies, and vitrified ruins which might have been evidence of ancient atomic bombs, she recounted.
Lewis detailed the harrowing ET abduction case of Steve and Dawn Hess investigated in abook by Ron Felber. The young couple had gone camping in a valley in the Mojave Desert in 1989 and at night saw hundreds of flashing objects in the sky. Then, the lights started landing all over the valley, and soon their camper was surrounded by bluish-gray beings that were 3ft. in height and 2 ft. in width. The beings had a hologram-like quality, with translucent limbs, and malevolent red glowing eyes. Dawn described the painful encounter: 'They wanted everything we had, our minds, our bodies, even our souls...It was like they drew it out of us with a syringe.' Lewis also spoke about the ancient geoglyphs in the Mojave (see below) which rival the Nazca lines. The Blythe Giant was first discovered in 1923 when a US Army colonel flew over the desert in a WWI biplane.
George Knapp welcomed different guests in each hour for a discussion on all things UFO and ET, including a bizarre UFO crash that's been called 'Mexico’s Roswell' (Ruben Uriate/Noe Torres), personal alien abduction accounts from two different abductees (Niara Isley/Bret Oldham), and an update on the latest happenings in the world of UFO research (Alejandro Rojas).
In the first hour, abductee Niara Isley recounted her experience which began after she witnessed a mysterious craft at the military's secretive Tonopah Test Range in Nevada. She explained that, soon after being sent to the base to train pilots on how to avoid being detected by radar, she spotted a UFO in the sky, which she thought might be a back-engineered US test craft. Strangely, she noted that there were armed guards standing nearby and their intent seemed to be to ensure that Isley and her colleagues saw the UFO. The group was then herded onto an old school bus with blacked-out windows, and they were taken to a medical facility where Isley was drugged. At a later date, she said, her superiors forced her to board a craft, which was manned by both a grey and reptilian alien, and she was actually taken to the moon.
The Coyame UFO crash was the focus of the 2nd hour as researchers Ruben Uriarte and Noe Torres detailed their investigation into the 1974 incident which took place along the border of Texas and Mexico. This event, they reported, featured a mid-air collision between a small airplane, flying from the United States into Mexico, and a UFO. When the Mexican military investigated the crash site, they discovered a small disc and, while transporting the object to a nearby Army base, the soldiers grew ill and died. Having monitored the recovery effort via spy satellites and airplanes, the US military then intervened, taking all of the debris as well as the bodies and destroying all the evidence. Although the event happened nearly 40 years ago, the duo described the case as still "unfolding" and expressed hope that witnesses will come forward with their knowledge about the events in Coyame.
Third hour guest, Bret Oldham, talked about his ET abduction experience and how it seemed to cause additional paranormal activity in his life. He traced his story back to the age of 5, when he was woken up by a bright light shining through the window of his home. Pulling back the curtain, he found himself face-to-face with an ET grey and subsequently blacked out. He was revived inside a spaceship and was deeply distraught, so the aliens brought him to a room where he encountered a taller ET that attempted to assuage his fears. After this initial encounter, the abductions continued throughout Oldham's teenage years and he also began seeing ghosts and developed clairaudient abilities. Ultimately, he theorized that the dimensional manipulation used by ETs causes changes in the vibrational frequency of abductees which results in them becoming beacons for paranormal activity.
In the 4th hour, ufologist Alejandro Rojas shared his thoughts on a variety of UFO cases and trends. He observed that deciphering the agenda behind abductions is particularly difficult because the basic stories sound similar but the details and information imparted to abductees are often vastly different. Regarding video footage of UFOs in this age of cell phone cameras, he lamented that ad-driven sites like YouTube have given newfound monetary incentive for hoaxers to create compelling fake videos in an effort to generate online excitement and, in turn, great profit. He also talked about the importance of celebrities embracing and endorsing the UFO phenomenon as a means of increasing public awareness about the enigma. To that end, Rojas talked about his recent appearance on Keeping up with the Kardashians, where he and Travis Walton took the famous sisters to the outskirts of Area 51.