Linda Schurman has had a private practice in Astrology for over 37 years. She serves an international clientele that includes corporations, financial service companies, and private individuals. Linda is currently editor and publisher of the online newsletter, "The SootheSayer". She is a long time member of the National Council for Geocosmic Research (a worldwide astrology organization). Her book, "What Next? A Survival Guide to the 21st Century" was published in June 2007 and many of her predictions with regard to the economy, climate change, political cycles, etc. have already come true.
As we celebrated George Noory's 14th anniversary of hosting C2C, he was joined by 4 guests making predictions for 2017.More » Host: George Noory
In the first half, professional astrologer Linda Schurman discussed how world events are tied in with astrological patterns, and shared her predictions about the economy, earth changes, and politics for 2016 and beyond.
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
In this special program, three esteemed astrologers shared their forecasts and predictions, in separate hours. Linda Schurman talked about how we are entering a time where there could be an upsurge in earthquake activity; Mark Lerner highlighted the significance of... More »Host: George Noory
Jan Irvin discussed the earliest known forms of religion and nature worship and their connections to our modern religions and holidays; and how special plants used in shamanic rituals, including the Amanita muscaria mushroom, were ingested by those seeking higher consciousness.
First hour guest, professional astrologer
Dr. Charles T. Tart presented scientific evidence that humans have a spiritual nature, as well as discussed a variety of paranormal and psychic experiences.
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
Explorer and archaeologist Jonathan Gray discussed discoveries that demonstrate advanced ancient technology. Because such artifacts don't match current academic beliefs they are often suppressed.
First hour guest astrologist Linda Schurman shared her predictions.More » Host: George Noory
First hour guest, environmental consultant