|Date:||Tuesday - October 28, 2003|
|Guests:||Gordon-Michael Scallion, Richard C. Hoagland|
Futurist and prophetic visionary Gordon-Michael Scallion returned to share his intuitions and predictions. Here is a rundown of some of what he sees in store:
- Eventually, the US will lose 1/3 of its land mass, though an equal amount of new land will rise.
- A powerful sun flare within the next year will cause a global blackout.
- Yellowstone is heating up, and there will be breaks in the land in that area within a matter of months.
- ET disclosure is moving forward, and within the next couple of years there will be confirmation.
- The next terrorist attack in the US will be "electronic" in nature and could affect banking and computers.
Scallion also shared some of his time travel visions, such as witnessing the construction of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. The huge stones, he said, were cut with a laser process by Atlanteans and lifted off the ground through a sonic method.
Also traveling back to the time of Atlantis, Scallion said he was particularly close to another incarnation of himself, that he experiences as a "simultaneous reality." He described Atlantis at its height as a long continent that stretched from New York to Africa. It was subsequently broken into smaller and smaller masses, eventually sinking completely when the plate underneath it shifted.
Jupiter Mystery Spot
Tuesday's first hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland of the Enterprise Mission gave his take on the mysterious spot recently observed on Jupiter. Relating to what previous C2C guest, physicist Jacco van der Worp theorized about the crash of the Galileo space probe into Jupiter's surface, Hoagland said the spot could have been a "big black splotch of carbon," emitted when the canisters from the probe eventually ignited on the planet's surface.
Commenting on the raging wildfires in Southern California, Hoagland advocated for a better firefighting technology, such as a system of "cryogenic bombs," developed five years ago.
Life on Mars
Tonight's guest Gordon-Michael Scallion gleaned material from his "dream teachers" while in a trance state, about a civilization that once flourished on the Red Planet. "The Martians were more like the giants -some twenty-one feet tall- who first evolved during the early days of Earth," he writes in his Notes from the Cosmos. Their heads were humanoid in shape, but their skin was a "blue-green color" that was thick, "almost reptilian," he continued.
According to Scallion, the Martians achieved a high-order of technology and spirituality, visiting other star systems and making extensive use of time travel. Their pyramids, of which we can still see remnants of, were "cosmic generators," that were used for "intergalactic communications."
Alas, their planet was eventually attacked by "marauders," some actually coming from a "dual universe," Scallion outlined. And while the Martians developed a superior shielding system that deflected intruders, eventually the isolationism of their protective field caused their society to implode with violence from within. Some entities, he said, chose to reincarnate here on Earth, on a Pacific land mass that at the time was called "Lumania."
Bumper music from Tuesday October 28, 2003
- After Midnight
- Black Water
- Don't Bring Me Down
- Eye In The Sky
Alan Parsons Project
- Hold Your Head Up
- I Can't Go for That
Hall & Oates
- I Know You're Out There Somewhere
- Inca Dance
- Love Her Madly
- Midnight Express (The Chase)
- It Never Rains in Southern California
- I Can't Tell You Why