In the first half, George Noory welcomed paranormal researcher Heidi Hollis for a discussion on night terrors as well as an entity known as the 'Hat Man.' Followed by Open Lines in the second half.
While the financial crisis has resulted in downturns throughout the economy, one sector has been flourishing: online psychics. Internet prognosticators say that their business is booming as worried Americans turn to them for fiscal forecasts. More on the story at Wired.
First hour guest, psychic Joseph Jacobs shared some predictions for 2009, which he called a year of fusion and fission. We'll see things both "coming together and splitting apart"-- a real "reshuffling in terms of alliances," he said. Here are some specifics: Between Dec. 6th Jan. 28th, the U.S. is headed into a serious cycle, with possibly some security concerns.Japan could see changes in government during Jan./Feb.Canada could face health/labor/climate issues from Dec. through Feb.Obama will win the election but the results may not be clear on Nov. 4th.Both the Federal Reserve and NASA will make big changes.
Futurist Paul Guercio and physicist Dr. George Hart coined the term Timetraks to describe the output of their MERLIN Project software.The code was custom designed by a team of SDI/StarWars physicists to capture moments of what Guercio and Hart like to call "heightened-eventfulness." These uncommon moments of future activity, where important events will likely occur, are generated by mathematically capturing a particularly propitious past moment, like the beginning of a relationship or the start of a new job and applying a precise formula of cyclic intervals to that past 'frozen' moment.The result is a graphical image of all the future moments, when echoes of the original moment will again be heard. MERLIN Timetraks® are a lot like pages of sheet music from a very unique and one-of-a-kind symphony that can predict the timetable of future events. The Timetraks® for Friday night's Coast program, and instructions for reading them can be vi
The Rapture Index, described by its makers as a "prophetic speedometer of end-time activity" is currently at a ranking of 144, which according to their scale translates as "fasten your seat belts."
Remote viewing expert Major Ed Dames, claims to have pioneered a system that allows a remote viewer to obtain a precise GPS-caliber geographical fix for any location. He recently spent some time conducting a search for Plato's "Atlantis" and believes he has found it. Dames hopes to provide sketches of the lost city in the near future.Graphic courtesy of Major Ed Dames
In tandem with the kick-off of our Predictions 2005 shows, we revisit a few of the forecasts made by the late Hollywood psychic known as Criswell. Proffering his predictions on TV in the 1950's and 60's on such shows as Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin, and in his syndicated newspaper column, Criswell was also cast as himself in several Ed Wood films, most notably, the so-bad-it's-good classic Plan 9 From Outer Space.
One of the future life progressions that Dr. Bruce Goldberg profiles in his book Past Lives, Future Lives, is that of a woman named Emily. Under hypnosis she tells him that around 1,600 years in the future she will be named Sequestra and live on the planet Phonican in the Andromedan system. Her race is controlled by beings of light known as the Aracatha.
"I despise them but I do not fear them. They are cruel and enslave my people through mind control," she explains of this rather 1984-ish world.
On Monday's show David Booth shared his ominous vision of the near future. Here is a sampling of listeners' responses, detailing their own dark dreams of what is to come.
Tonight's guest, Dr. Brian Weiss, has found startling evidence for the idea of reincarnation and past lives, through his work with regression techniques. Conversely, the late Dr. Helen Wambach, pioneered "future-progression" studies with large groups of people beginning in 1980. What she found, as documented in the book Mass Dreams of the Future by Chet Snow, disturbed her.
Peter Schwartz has made a prediction on the intriguing site longbets.org, a public forum created to stimulate long-term ideas. Members to the site can log in their long term predictions, and then other participants can bet for or against the proposition, with the wagers going to philanthropic causes.