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Intuitions and the Future

Date Thursday - July 26, 2007
Host George Noory
Guests Sean David MortonRichard C. Hoagland

Intuitive and futurist Sean David Morton shared some of his recent predictions and forecasts. He started off by discussing the recent hard fall in the stock market after reaching the 14,000 mark just days ago and why he believes it occurred. Currencies are vulnerable and he recommended investments in precious metals such as gold and silver.

He discussed earthquake predictions and events that will happen in Japan and California. Plus, he went on to say that Osama Bin Laden is actually dead and was killed by a missile attack...he's been buried in Saudi Arabia near Mecca and that the U.S. is using his 'ghost' as a tool for influencing the war on terror.

On future medicines, Sean talked about the clinics he's working with in South America and strongly recommended those with cancer to consider going south of the border to countries like El Salvador and Mexico where new treatments are being developed that the U.S. won't pursue at this time.

Morton said there is a lot to worry about relations wise with China, Russia, Iran, Turkey and the EU over control of that region of the world-- who controls the oil and the possibilty of massive immigration of Muslims from Turkey into France.

For the Presidential elections, he says Ron Paul has a very good chance to be the "3rd candidate"...a "dark horse". Because of the timeline right now, he can't force a prediction at this time. He also believes that Bush may not last to his end of term perhaps due to impeachment and that Dick Cheney may be thrown to the "wolves."

NASA Woes

In the first hour, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission discussed the latest woes for NASA, including computer sabotage, and claims of astronauts drinking before flights.

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