Geologist Jim Berkland, preparedness expert Stan Deyo, and physicist James McCanney joined together for a roundtable discussion on current and upcoming earth changes. The panelists concurred that there is a correlation between solar activity and earthquakes, weather and other planetary phenomena.
McCanney commented that the sun is in a volatile cycle and combined with that there is evidence of human weather manipulation, exciting or triggering recent cataclysms. Further, comets coming from the south and hitting the sun directly, indicate "something large is out there" that has been affecting our sun since 2001, he said.
Berkland noted that there is a lot of repression of scientific data that doesn't fit with the prevailing thought. He noted that an eclipse that will pass over Turkey and China in March 2006 could be associated with a possible quake, citing how a recent eclipse passed over Pakistan shortly before a large earthquake occurred there. He also mentioned that a new book about his life, The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes will be coming out soon.
Deyo believes there are signs that we are in the midst of a cyclic period of events that will change the face of the Earth before it's through. He sees 8-10 years of violent weather ahead, and in the short term, major quake or volcanic activity hitting somewhere on the West Coast of the U.S. The planet is warming up because of solar changes, he said. Related to this, Deyo shared an account of visiting with a Hopi elder who told him of a prophesied time when the sun will be so hot it will ignite grass.
In the first half-hour, astropsychologist and seer Dr. Louis Turi checked in on his last round of predictions and offered some new ones for the month of November. As of November 8th there is a "super nova window" (a.k.a. Mercury retrograde) which will bring negative energies, he warned. Specifically, he mentioned these dates and descriptions:
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