Bob Reiss is a former Chicago Tribune reporter who has written for The Washington Post, Outside, Parade, Smithsonian, GO, and Rolling Stone. He was a National Magazine Award finalist for his reporting on the Amazon and is author of ten novels and two books of non-fiction.
John Hogue (hogueprophecy) a world authority on Nostradamus and the prophetic traditions of the world, was the guest on Tuesday night's show. "We are in the travail," said Hogue who believes our planet is at the end of a 27,000 year cycle of equinoxes. Nostradamus pinpointed the years 1999-2000 to be the start of great troubles, Hogue indicated. "The things we're about to do could set in place a war for 27 years," he said, basing this on some of the 16th century seer's renown quatrains. In an interesting interpretation of the Nostradamus line "One-hundred powers, thirst, famine, when the comet will pass," Hogue suggested that the comet could actually be a reference to the recent Columbia shuttle tragedy, because of its streaming tail appearance. If this is an accurate reading, it could mean we are literally living in the time of the third Antichrist, which the rest of the quatrain refers to, Hogue conjectured. Mabus or the Antichrist could even be an amalgam of two people, suc ... More »Host: George Noory