Starting in the 2nd hour, authority on Nostradamus & the occult, John Hogue shared predictions for 2010, which he called a "wild card year in prophecy." Back in November, he wrote that the new year would start with "record blizzards and cold snaps." 2010 will see a spike in extreme weather, quakes, and natural disasters, "almost as if Mother Nature had declared war on us," he warned. While the hurricane season will be light, he said there could be two large ones, possibly on the level of Hurricane Andrew in 1992, and Hawaii will also be visited by tropical storms and hurricanes.
In 2010, an economic crisis will arise from the oil industry with prices going too high, predicted Hogue, and China will begin a 5-year plan to divorce itself economically from the United States. By the end of this year, we're going to see some kind of inflationary crisis in the world, he added.
Looking further down the road, "we're heading for civil war or revolution in the 2020s," and by the mid 2020s the US will have reformed and rewritten the constitution, Hogue declared. According to his studies of Nostradamus' prophecies, the seer did not single out the year 2012 in his quatrains, though the years 2009, 2013, and some dates in the 2020s do figure in his writings.
Appearing during the first half-hour, analyst John M. Curtis spoke about Pres. Obama's State of the Union speech. The President is a formidable politician/communicator on the level of Kennedy and Reagan, and with this speech reasserted his leadership, he commented.
Bumper music from Wednesday January 27, 2010