Futurist Gordon-Michael Scallion returned to the show to talk about his visions of dramatic Earth Changes, Atlantis, the Pyramids and the current Presidential Election. "We're moving towards a crescendo," Scallion said, regarding the changes happening here on Earth. He foresees a move towards an "intuitive society" where people will be more group-oriented and less self-interested.
Based on his visions of the past, Scallion described the energy system used by Atlantis, which he dubbed "a wireless broadcast of power." This system harnessed power from the Sun via a series of giant crystals suspended inside "power domes." The energy was then broadcast into the air throughout Atlantis, powering all of their vehicles and other materials.
Scallion also talked about his visions of how and why the Great Pyramid of Egypt was built. He claimed that, prior to the cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis, all the great seers knew a change was coming to Earth. In response, Egypt and Atlantis joined together to built the pyramid. Scallion said that the pyramid was used as an observatory to "track back" what was happening on Earth, a communication system to other star systems, a temple of initiation, and an archive of records.
Looking at the impending Presidential Election, Scallion noted a prediction that he'd made in May of 2007. Scallion's response, while in a higher state, to the question of who would win the election was that "Lincoln will occupy the White House again." Scallion interpreted that to foretell an Obama victory.
Appearing during the first half-hour, food safety expert Jeff Nelken discussed the recall of salmonella-tainted cereal. He cautioned people to be mindful of what they purchase at grocery stores and that "high risk" individuals could face long term damage from being afflicted with salmonella.
Nelken also talked about the riots that have occurred around the world as a result of rising food prices. He suggested that, because of government preparedness, riots over food were "less likely in the United States."
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