As the founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente is well respected for his track record of picking business, consumer, political, and economic trends before they come to pass. It is his job to see the future and understand how the issues and events of today will determine the trends of tomorrow.
For over 23 years, Coast to Coast AM has been host to some of the bravest, and most innovative and informed experts. George Noory played and commented on six different interviews from former guests in the C2C family that are no longer with us, yet whose legacies and ideas live on: Al Bielek, Robert Chapman, David Flynn, Edgar Mitchell, Fred Bell, & Michael Ruppert.
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In the first half of the show, founder and director of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, talked about what he sees on the horizon for the United States, and the major trends emerging for 2016. Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half.More » Host: George Noory
In the first half, medical journalist Katie Singer was joined by Dr. Victoria Dunckley to discuss how electromagnetic fields, like Wi-Fi and mobile phone networks, may be related to various psychological and physical issues, especially in children.... More » Host: George Noory
In the first half, founder and director of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, offered reports and analysis of what he sees on the horizon for the economy, the United States, and various world situations.
In the first half, business consultant and financial writer George Ure shared his analysis of the economy, and social trends for the year 2015. One trend he sees continuing this year he called "Digital Anarchy."
This special panel discussion on the economy and related topics featured investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts, trends analyst Gerald Celente, and consultant George Ure. Currently, the financial system is still... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, trends analyst Gerald Celente joined George Noory to talk about economic trends for 2014. One of the big trends for the new year is what he calls the "self sufficiency economy."
In the second half, theologian and historian from the University of Wollongong in Australia,
Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard discussed his research into mythical creatures as well as tangible evidence for flying humanoids such as Mothman and their connection to UFOs, curses, and tragedies.
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Scientist and researcher Michael Tellinger discussed the mysterious Anunnaki, as well as evidence in support of Zecharia Sitchin's revolutionary work showing that these ET beings created us using pieces of their own DNA, in order to mine gold on Earth for them.
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John B. Wells was joined by trends analyst Gerald Celente for a discussion on politically hot issues and what he sees on the horizon for the United States. Open Lines followed in the final hour.More » Host: John B. Wells
Adventurer and explorer of the haunted and unknown, Josh Gates, discussed his travels to over 93 countries exploring how mysterious creatures and hauntings are a worldwide phenomena.
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Coast to Coast AM kicked off the New Year with our traditional look at the year ahead with four different types of prognosticators, appearing in separate one-hour segments: Trends analyst Gerald Celente, psychic Joe Jacobs, prophecy expert
Trends analyst Gerald Celente regularly provides business and industry with customized presentations and commissioned research studies in over 300 trend categories. He joined John B. Wells to talk about what he sees on the horizon for the United States.More » Host: John B. Wells
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In the first half, professional astrologer Linda Schurman shared her predictions for 2011 and beyond. A new cycle starting in March will encourage people to "wake up and take command over their lives," she said. In the latter half, trends analyst Gerald... More »Host: George Noory
Researcher Richard Sauder discussed the black budget world of super-secret & underground projects, as well as his involvement in the peace movement.
First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente shared forecasts.More » Host: George Noory
A student of spirituality, Xenethon, discussed interpretations of 2012, as well as ideas related to metaphysical evolution. First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente commented on the so-called economic recovery.More » Host: George Noory
Fred Bell spoke about his recent work on how an "evil" emergence and one-world government has manipulated the population via mind control and other methods. We've seen attacks on the banking and education systems, as well as decreases in mental health and moral values, he said.
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to July 9, 2002 when Art Bell had his first interview with Gerald Celente. They discussed economic problems based on the five "Os": over population, over production, open markets, over capacity, and the online revolution.More » Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Filmmaker and paranormal researcher Travis Shortt discussed his extensive research into the Mothman sightings. During the evening, filmmaker Charlie McCracken and author L.A. Marzulli joined the... More »Host: George Noory
Renowned author Dr. Wayne Dyer and foremost authority in bridging science and spirit Dr. Bruce Lipton discussed how genes and DNA do not control our body, and how MEMES, or mind viruses, are infecting our population.
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Three surprise guests made their way through the "Secret Door" to talk with George Noory:
Our special New Year's Day show hosted by Ian Punnett featured seven guests prognosticating about 2009More » Host: Ian Punnett
Art Bell was joined by financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts for a discussion on fraud and the economy. Financial fraud is tied into the black budget-- "the local narcotics trade is financing Tony Soprano, who's financing James Bond," she quipped. Offering her analysis of the recent fraud case involving Bernie Madoff siphoning off $50 billion, she suggested that he couldn't... More »Host: Art Bell
Dr. Robert Zubrin discussed the nuts and bolts of colonizing Mars, as well as his plan for energy independence. In his new book How to Live on Mars, Zubrin writes from the irreverent point of view of a Mars settler in the early 22nd century who "achieved interplanetary renown and financial success through a series of highly lucrative ventures in the areas of prospecting, claim... More »Host: George Noory
In a special program on the economy, various financial experts and commentators offered analysis of the downturn. Documentary filmmaker Alex Jones kicked off the show, declaring that the "world government" was staging an economic collapse so they can consolidate assets and then issue a new world currency directed by private banks. The silver lining, said Jones, was that the... More »Host: George Noory
Involved with the paranormal from an early age, author Timothy Green Beckley shared details of UFO encounters, and stories from his life and career. As a teenager, he created one of the first UFO periodicals, which he collated together with mimeographed sheets. Later, he merged his publication with Jim Moseley's Saucer News. As a journalist, he interviewed John Lennon's girlfriend May Pang,... More »Host: George Noory
In a special 5-hour show (starting one hour earlier)George Noory welcomed a variety of analysts, who shared their reactions to the election, as well as economic issues. During the first two hours, columnist John Curtis co-hosted the show. He and George spoke with several reporters from some of C2C's affiliate stations, who gave local perspectives on the election. Obama's victory will help... More »Host: George Noory
Writer Richard Dooling discussed his research on the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the prospect of computers becoming as intelligent or more intelligent than humans.With Moore's Law pointing towards the doubling of computer chip capacity every 18 months, the computational abilities of the human brain could be reached by a computer as early as 2015, he suggested. The Turing test... More »Host: George Noory
Author and lecturer David Icke returned for a discussion on his work revealing the Global Conspiracy. "Fear is the four letter word that controls the world," he said, outlining how an elite transnational group at the top of a pyramid of control, secretly pulls the strings.More » Host: George Noory
Co-Founder of the Mindshift Institute, Michael Mannion discussed patterns, perceptions and influences of the UFO/ET phenomenon, which have evolved over time. The "seeding of information" from movies and television has been going on for decades, he said, citing such films as The Day the Earth Stood Still, which depicted the use of energy beams. The CIA considered ways to... More »Host: George Noory
Professor, author and researcher Dr. Ken Hanson returned to discuss the new stone tablet unearthed near the Dead Sea, which contains prophecies about the Messiah as well as revelations from the Angel Gabriel. He's been studying the 3-ft. tablet, known as the 'Gabriel Revelation,' for the last year. Containing 87 lines of Hebrew, the ink is inscribed directly into the stone, which prevents... More »Host: George Noory
In a special program looking at issues surrounding oil & the economy,trends analyst Gerald Celente appeared for the full show. He was joined by investment advisorCatherine Austin Fitts in the third hour, and oil expertMatt Savinar in the last hour. The dollar has lost 41% of its value during the Bush administration, and we're going to see company failures so big they won't be able to be... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented reports on the Barbury Castle pattern, ocean acidity, an abductee's account of non-human technologies, and the U.K's recent UFO flap. She interviewed astrophysicist Mike Reed about the Barbury Castle pattern in a barley field (see photo below), which featured arcs of varying lengths on a ratcheted spiral that measured out Pi to the tenth... More »Host: George Noory
Doctor of Engineering Physics Tom Valone discussed his work in zero point energy, Tesla technology, & electro-gravitics and how these technologies translate into possible UFO energy and propulsion systems. He also spoke about the healing aspects of various electrotherapies. He suggested that Black Ops have reverse engineered propulsion systems from crashed discs and that most UFOs... More »Host: George Noory
Researchers Jason Martell and Erik Poltorak (Parker) shared their expertise in Sumerian history, ET visitations and modern and ancient reports of Planet X.More » Host: George Noory
Speaker and author William Buhlman discussed the latest research on out-of-body experiences (OBEs). During these experiences a person moves into an astral realm-- a dimension of existence apart from the physical world. There are many benefits that can be gained during OBEs. You become an explorer who can ascertain direct knowledge about one's existence rather than just adhering to a belief... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the middle two hours, author John Milor discussed his biblical research into aliens and the Antichrist. UFOs were mentioned in the Bible-- described as flying chariots with horses on fire, he said.According to his reading of the Bible, references to angels are synonymous with aliens, and they are physical rather spiritual beings. Lucifer's "trump card" is his... More »Host: George Noory
Kicking off the New Year, Ian Punnett hosted Coast to Coast AM's annual prediction show featuring psychics and prognosticators sharing what they see coming in the year 2008. In order of the guests' appearances, here are some of the highlights: Trendcaster Gerald Celente: 2008 will bring an "economic 9-11" in which big financial firms are going to collapse from the top down. As... More »Host: Ian Punnett
In a night of "Secret Door" guests, six people made surprise appearances on the show.More » Host: George Noory
In our New Year's Day Special, George Noory welcomed various guests who shared their predictions for 2007.More » Host: George Noory
In a rebroadcast from 1/18/04, Art Bell talked with Gerald Celente about Trends for 2004.More » Host: Art Bell
A special Open Lines featured a premonitions hotline. A caller named "Angel" said he foresaw a damaging earthquake hitting San Francisco between June 3-7th that will leave both bridges in rubble. A poker player named Jay phoned in to share an eerie foreshadowing-- an ace kept falling from a deck when he was shuffling the cards. Later his good friend fell and died while rock... More »Host: George Noory
Kicking off the New Year, George Noory presented a special 4-hour Predictions Show featuring a group of psychics and prognisticators, each in a half-hour time slot.More » Host: George Noory
Founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, talked about the economy in 2004, clean food trends, the terrorism outlook, and a multitude of other issues.More » Host: Art Bell
"We're all architects of our future because of decisions we've made along the way," said Gerald Celente, the main guest on Tuesday's show. The founder of the Trends Research Institute, Celente described himself as a "political atheist" who sees the possibility of either a renaissance or a decline in America's... More »Host: George Noory
As the founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente is wellrespected for his track record of picking business, consumer, political, andeconomic trends before they come to pass. It is his job to see the futureand understand how the issues and events of today will determine the trendsof tomorrow.More » Host: Art Bell