Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed the current cases his agency is working on, as well as provided updates on sunspot activity and military events around the world, including a possible terrorist attack on the U.S. in which fuel-air weapons are to be employed. "2011, for those of us who live in the U.S., is gonna be about economic survival," he predicted. Beyond that, Dames grimly declared that from 2012 to 2013, "we're talking physical survival."
Dames outlined a series of events that his remote viewing team sees happening in the next few years. The first, starting this year, is an implosion of the financial market, creating a global economic collapse. Concurrent with that will be a worldwide influenza pandemic, which he suspects is currently about to enter into the beginning stages. Following these two dire events will be "the use of a nuclear weapon in anger" on the Korean peninsula. Since the North Koreans allegedly do not have the means to deliver an airborne nuclear weapon, Dames asserted that they have, instead, begun developing nuclear land and sea mines. Ultimately, this forecast culminates, "a couple of years from now," with a solar "kill shot" that will devastate the entire planet. Pressed for any positive predictions for the future, Dames said that the "only thing" he could think of was that "after the dust clears, after 10 or 20 years from now, another race will be on the planet Earth to help us rebuild what's left of the planet."
Regarding the potential for terrorism in the future, Dames warned that there is a group that has a sophisticated plan to use fuel-air explosives to attack the United States. He said that this organization originally planned to target the Lincoln Tunnel, but opted against that idea due to the high levels of security there. Now, Dames contended, they are targeting a location in Oklahoma City, which he knows specifically, but was reticent to reveal on the air. Additionally, he said that this group is a "higher power, so to speak," and not Al Qaeda nor homegrown terrorists. "I'm starting to become a conspiracy theorist in my old age," he quipped, "I never thought I would, but after looking at this, I'm highly suspect."
During the first hour, 'historian of the future,' Charles Ostman discussed how the recent bird and fish die-offs may be connected to weather engineering (image). He cited reports of artificially generated rain storms in Abu Dhabi via ionization and suggested that, if these have been revealed to the public, then other covert experiments are likely being conducted surreptitiously in the United States. Connecting it to the animal deaths, he noted that both fish and birds have magnetic particles in their physiology and, therefore, widespread carnage would be "exactly the kind of response" if they were caught in the midst of such ionic experimentation.
Also during the first hour, Professor Ken Warren talked about red-light cameras and privacy issues. He observed that, while such devices seem to be becoming more prevalent, there is also a backlash against the red-light cameras in a number of cities and states. Warren said that, so far, eight states have banned the cameras and twenty-three states have yet to adopt them. He also revealed that a number of cities have been caught illegally shortening the length of their yellow lights, because such a practice results in a greater number of traffic violations caught by their red-light cameras.
Home to a vast array of spectacular caverns, Vietnam now boasts the world's largest cave passage, dubbed 'Hang Son Doong.' It is so massive that a block of 40-story buildings or a Boeing 747 could easily fit inside and an arduous five day trek into the cave only allows explorers to investigate half of the enormous subterranean world. An in-depth look at Hang Son Doong can be found at National Geographic.
'Historian of the future,' Charles Ostman, provided us with this diagram of an ionic engineered weather system.
Bumper music from Tuesday January 04, 2011