Cal Orey, once dubbed a "health and pets writer," is not just an author. A native Californian, this sensitive animal lover spread her wings in 2004. Orey wrote the book, The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes. The author knew her late pets sensed the Oct. 17, 1989 World Series Quake, a 7.1 monster that geologist Jim Berkland predicted and coined. But through her research for the book, she has discovered that she, too, can sense imminent shakers. She is one of the countless "earthquake sensitives" -- humans who have shown an ability to detect precursors that signal an upcoming quake.
These days, the popular national and international journalist-author continues to pen a garden variety of books and articles. Why? It's her mission to be a spokesperson for preventive health, science, relationships and animals. Another of Cal's books, The Healing Powers of Vinegar, Revised and Updated is now available (translated into four languages). Plus, her upcoming sequel, The Healing Powers of Olive Oil is an extraordinary treasure about "Nature's Liquid Gold." Her topics of choice tie in together and are tailored to make a difference on this planet.
Richard C. Hoagland presented his contention that the success of the new movie John Carter [of Mars] is being deliberately sabotaged by a "cabal" that is against the public learning the truth about Mars' ancient civilization and technology.
After a first hour of Open Lines, six surprise guests joined us in separate segments for our latest edition of Behind the Secret Door. Numerologist Glynis McCants kicked things off with a look at the rest of 2008. Regarding the election, McCain is a 2 'lifepath' and is in a personal year of 2-- so "the stars are lined up for this man," she declared. Yet, she doesn't count Hillary... More »
A group of experts discussed earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and climate change, and shared their predictions as to what we might expect in 2008 and beyond. First,geologist Jim Berkland and author/earthquake 'sensitive' Cal Orey spoke about quakes and weather cycles. Berkland noted that there's a relationship between earthquakes and heavy rain/snow, which can cause loading to the crust.... More »