Our exploration into the controversy of redshift gets even stranger as we learn that discrete changes in redshift seem to indicate the intersection of alternate planes of existence. The work of Dr. William Tifft helps to reaffirm that redshift is not a measure of distance. He found that redshift within galaxies and quasars takes on certain discrete values, rather than randomly distributed values as predicted by mainstream science. Implications of this discovery point to redshift being quantum energy levels which designate different planes of existence within our own universe. This presentation by David Wilcock was originally webcast on January 30, 2017.