Futurist, teacher, and author, Gordon-Michael Scallion returned to the show to discuss his visions of earth changes and life on Mars. Scallion said he has long had multiple visions of land changes along the Wyoming/Utah/Colorado/Idaho borders, but it was in 1999 that he began focusing on Yellowstone. He said the huge magma flow that covers five states will eventually push the land mass up, and that this is one of the key elements that causes the drastic earth changes he foresees in North America.
These changes will occur in three waves he said, leaving islands in their wake. The first will be a massive land fracture running from Eureka, CA to Yuma, AZ, the second from Newport, Ore. to Phoenix, and third from Mount Rainier to Nebraska. As the "lithosphere of the Earth" slides, North America will lose 1/3 of its land mass, said Scallion, but he noted that parts of the continent of Atlantis will rise in the Atlantic Ocean.
Sharing his visions of Mars, Scallion said that 18 million years ago, the planet had a tropical climate and was inhabited by two intelligent species, one Neanderthal-like and the other, scaly Aquatic beings. Both groups had less density than us and would appear mist-like to us, he noted. Scallion also said he saw Mars' moon Phobos becoming dislodged from its orbit in an upcoming solar flare, and causing problems as it goes past Earth.
First hour guest, author Steve Quayle commented on the escalation of conflict in Iraq. Quayle said the Middle East is getting set for a conflagration, which he believes is being fueled in part by guerilla fighters who have come into Iraq from Syria and Iran.