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Forecasting the Future

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Date: Thursday - May 13, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Sean David Morton, John M. Curtis

Intuitive Sean David Morton returned to share his predictions, forecasts and stories. While working on his new documentary, Prophecies of the Pyramid, he said that Zahi Hawass told him that a major excavation in the Great Pyramid was scheduled for 2005 and that they would be looking for the tomb of Khufu.

2005 will be the start of a new cycle, a tribulation period for the United States, said Morton. Something will occur in the fall of 2004 that will serve as a warning for the coming dire events, he added. He sees a major quake at Yellowstone in mid-2006, which will then trigger geologic activity at Mount Rainier in the Seattle area.

In the near future he forecast severe fires in the Four Corners (Colorado/New Mexico) area, and that the weather in general is going to get worse. He also predicted civil unrest to occur in 2005 as the result of a mandatory military draft for all persons between 18 and 20. Morton will next be lecturing at the Conspiracy Con in Northern California on Sunday May 30th.

Iraq Analysis

First hour guest, spin expert John Curtis, of the Online Columnist, offered commentary on the current situation in Iraq. "We should be looking for an exit strategy," though if we pull out, the country will likely erupt into civil war, he said. He also discussed the Nick Berg beheading case, and suggested that Berg may have actually had Islamic sympathies similar to the case of the American Taliban.

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