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Astrology Special

Date Monday - February 15, 2010
Host George Noory
Guests Linda SchurmanJeff HarmanTim Ball

Two astrologers new to Coast to Coast AM, Linda Schurman, and Jeff Harman talked about their methodologies and offered analysis of current events, the economy, and what they see ahead. Appearing in the second hour, Schurman said she studies astronomical events, primarily concentrated on the planets in our solar system, in relation to historic cycles connected with our lives here on Earth. She believes the economy is going to get much worse, with the bottom of the depression hitting in 2015.

We're entering a high tectonic period, peaking with an eclipse on June 26th, 2010 which could indicate calamitous conditions, Schurman continued. In early June of 2012, there's another eclipse, with various aspects that point to Northern California/San Francisco as a possible quake site, she said.

Appearing for the latter half of the show, Jeff Harman discussed his approach which combines traditional western Astrology with Kabbalistic and ancient Vedic Astrology. America is in a precarious position economically, and he thinks foreclosures are going to get much worse. This July will be a "knock down punch," with probable bank failures, and possible Earth changes, during a Mars/Saturn conjunction, he said. Catastrophes happen because of karmic boiling points, Harman explained, adding that he foresees a possible civil war or uprising hitting America.

Climate-Gate Update

First hour guest, environmental consultant Tim Ball spoke about 'Climate-Gate'--what he refers to as the coordinated effort to hide information or lie about climate change. Global warming is not manmade, but part of a natural weather cycle, he asserted. But the issue has become politicized, and environmentalism is being treated as a new religion, he commented.

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