In 1978 Moshe Yess took a one way trip to Jerusalem, Israel and enrolled in a Rabbi College, a yeshiva, and studied Judaism there for about 7 years. In 1990 and 91, after witnessing very profound events that happened within the Chassidic Jewish Community call Habad-Lubavitch, Moshe Yess came to a startling realization which explains what is afoot in today’s chaotic world from a Jewish perspective. In 1998 Moshe Yess assumed the title of Rabbi.
In the first half of the show, George Noory welcomed Dr. Bradley Nelson for a discussion about how people carry trapped emotions that affect their well being. In the latter half, Rabbi Moshe Yess shared a message to humanity about how the Messianic Era (foretold in Jewish sacred literature millennia ago) is now upon us, and what lies ahead for mankind on several fronts. ... More »Host: George Noory
Francene Cucinello filled in for Barbara Simpson this past Sunday night. She spoke with Rabbi Moshe Yess who believes we may be living at the "end of days." He spoke about the current situation in Iraq which he says was prophesied by Isaiah (of the Bible) as well as the revered Rabbi Schneerson who died in 1994. ... More »Host: Francene Cucinello
Mass behavior expert Howard Bloom was the guest for the first half of Wednesday night's regular show, offering his analysis of how the war was being portrayed in the media. Ed and Kris Sherwood, internationally known Crop Circle researchers, were George's guests for the second half of Coast. They believe that the phenomenon of complex patterns made in farmer's fields, falls into three categories: man-made, extraterrestrial and divine-force. ... More »Host: George Noory