Earth Changes & America

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Earth Changes & America

Highlights

  • Katrina & Earth Changes
  • Magnetic Shifts
  • Visions at the Great Pyramid
  • About the show

    Futurist, teacher, and author Gordon-Michael Scallion returned to give an update on his visions of upcoming Earth changes. Hurricane Katrina and the New Orleans tragedy are an example that the frequency and magnitude of such changes are on the rise, he said. The whole planet is heating up and going through a "metamorphosis" that is triggered by magnetic shifts and movements in the Earth's core, he explained.

    The next big event will probably take place on the West Coast, which he eventually sees as breaking into a series of islands. As parts of America become submerged, he foresees new land masses arising, such as an area the size of Texas that will appear between Hawaii and the mainland. Development on this new land will probably not begin in earnest into the latter half of this century, he added. View Scallion's earlier Earth Changes map.

    Scallion also mentioned a breakthrough in technology that would allow telescopes to clearly see the surfaces of planets in our solar system, as well as extrasolar bodies. He also shared a vision he had when visiting the Great Pyramid in Egypt. In the vision he learned the purpose of the pyramid was not as a tomb, but rather as an out-of-body machine that allowed people to astrally travel to other star systems. A great lens the size of a Volkswagen and other equipment that tuned in to the Earth's vibrations were utilized in the process. He also noted that air-lifting devices that looked similar to blimps were used to move the huge stones.

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