Investigative mythologist William Henry returned to discuss the symbols and lore of Atlantis. "It was the end and beginning of all myths," he said of the fabled continent. Plato believed the high civilization was started by gods, but when its citizens lost their "divine essence" they were destroyed by intentional cataclysms.
Henry suggested that these gods, might have been the "thought beings of light" written about by Dhyani Ywahoo, in her book Voices of Ancestors, which documents Cherokee Indian creation myth. These light beings were said to come from the Pleiades and were called tla, which Henry related to the word tula, an ancient name for Atlantis.
The horrifying collapse of New Orleans give us a glimpse of what Atlantis might have looked like during its demise, which could have happened quickly or occurred over decades, said Henry. He agrees with Dr. Paul LaViolette's theory that Atlantis was destroyed by a "galactic superwave" which originated from the center of the galaxy and may have triggered unusual solar activity. He also discussed how the symbol for Atlantis resembles a vortex or wormhole. He also discussed the 'One-Footed Snorkel Monster,' case. For more, check out a set of images William sent us.
First hour guest, astropsychologist and seer Dr. Louis Turi checked in to discuss his recent accurate prediction that he'd made on the 8/29/05 show. The prediction he made was that around "September 26th-- the same energy that produced Hurricane Katrina will arise again, forcing thousands of people to evacuate an area." It now appears that this will be around the time that Hurricane Rita will be hitting Texas. Turi said that energy from Uranus is playing a part in the turbulent weather we've been experiencing. He also shared some new predictions for October:
They would be able to make 90% of the types of material needed for home construction and also eliminate any contaminants in the debris. Further, by using this process, he noted that countless tons would be spared from going into landfills.
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