In the first half, Pastor Carl Gallups joined George Noory to discuss the story of the highly venerated Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, who, on the Day of Atonement in 2005, had a vision where he claims to have "met the Messiah." A prophecy related to this was released one year after his death in 2007 (the Rabbi was said to be at least 106 years old when he died in 2006). Gallups, who believes we are living in biblically prophetic times, noted that Rabbi Kaduri had made several accurate prophecies, including foreseeing a terrible calamity involving the rising of the sea in the East two weeks before the Indonesian tsunami occurred in 2004.
In Kaduri's vision of 2005 in which he met the Messiah, he revealed that the Messiah couldn't arrive until former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon was dead (Sharon has been in a vegetative coma since 2006). The name of the true Messiah allegedly written by Kaduri in Hebrew on a note before he died was "Yehoshua," which Gallups translates as Jesus. "The story is still unfolding," and has been quietly shaking the foundations of world religious communities, Gallups commented.
In the last hour, founder of the World Peace Foundation, Tom Oliver, spoke about the power and energy behind success, and how people can transcend what they think is possible. He believes we're connected to an invisible inner web that unites all creation and that we can tap into this for inspiration. He outlined seven steps for realizing one's true power, and how to enhance it-- they include defining your destination very clearly by putting it down in writing, embracing yourself by becoming one with your energy, and trusting what you're good at doing. One way to realize peak performance is to utilize lucid dreaming, which can transfer skills to the waking state, he noted.
The third hour of the show featured Open Lines.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory features emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. Tonight, we'll hear from Ed Stephenson, Erica Hoyt, Vincent Yannucci, Antony D, David Peterson, The Lizardz, and Brad Schecter. For more info on how to submit your original music, visit this page.
Bumper music from Sunday December 01, 2013