Don McAlvany is the highly respected editor of the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor. His monthly intelligence newsletter analyzes global, economic, political, and financial developments and their effect on our families and personal finances. With a background in intelligence work, McAlvany is sought by high level political and business leaders throughout the world for consultation on global financial trends.
Psychology professor and Tesla expert Marc Seifer spoke about the fascinating relationship between telepathy, precognition and synchronicity, as well as the life and work of Nikola Tesla, and his differences with Einstein. Seifer described several instances of his own "dream telepathy."For instance, one morning he dreamed that someone broke his bicycle in two, and later that night while watching Antiques Roadshow he saw an old bicycle that folded in half. Precognitive dreams can be correlated with "survival frequency," where the subject matter is tied into an event that is dangerous or significant, and likely to be emotionally charged.Writing down your dreams is one of the best ways to tap into or expand your consciousness, he noted. He also cited some curious precognitive synchronicities such as a novel about a luxury ship named Titan that sank after hitting an iceberg, which was written 14 years before the Titanic disaster, and the links between the deaths of Lincoln a ... More »Host: George Noory
In a unique Evening of Commentary, six different guests appeared, each for a half-hour time slot. After a first hour of Open Lines, Steve Quayle joined the show to discuss earth changes and civil preparedness. A recent series of quakes in the San Joaquin Valley in California could indicate a dangerous situation, he said, noting that a geologist reported seeing lightning emanating from the ground, which has been associated with the Kobe quake. ... More »Host: George Noory
Don McAlvany, editor of the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, returned to the show to share his financial forecast. He stressed that its time to get out of the stock market, which he said he was propped up because of the election. Stocks are still "massively overpriced," he commented, and they will begin a steady decline by the first or second quarter of 2005, eventually losing perhaps 70% of their current value. ... More »Host: George Noory
"Debt is the Achilles' heel of the American economy," said Don McAlvany (mcalvany.com), the guest on Tuesday night. As the editor of the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, he analyzes financial developments and their effect on personal finances. "We are headed for a great world depression," worse than the one of the 1930's, "as the debt pyramid is now unraveling," McAlvany said. He believes we are at the beginning of a long-term drop in the standard of American living, and that China and Asia will be the dominant economic force of the 21st century. Pointing a finger at the Federal Reserve, he said that artificial stimulations of the economy to try to keep the prosperity of the 90's going, were akin to the needs of a drug addict. "There are ways to protect ourselves," the first being to get out of debt, he said. McAlvany also advised getting out of the stock market entirely, and investing in gold and gold stocks, as well as starting a home business as a sideline. The currently str ... More »Host: George Noory
Barbara's guest in her regular Saturday time slot was Alex Standish, who previously worked as the BBC's Balkans correspondent and currently reports on geopolitical, security and terrorism issues for janes.com. He spoke with her about the new generation of military weaponry. ... More »Host: Barbara Simpson
Don McAlvany is the highly respected editor of the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor. His monthly intelligence newsletter analyzes global, economic, political, and financial developments and their effect on our families and personal finances. With a background in intelligence work, McAlvany is sought by high level political and business leaders throughout the world for consultation on global financial trends. ... More »Host: George Noory