Futurist John Jay Harper shared his investigation into native shamanism as it correlates with the near-death experience (NDE), earth changes, and a global shift in consciousness.The shamanic tradition dates back thousands of years. Shamans, often engaged in healing work, travel to other realms and then translate back symbols of what they've seen, he explained.
The shamanic experience shares similarities to NDEs, with an "initiate" traveling to the other side. Near death experiencer, George Ritchie, described realms of a higher vibrational rate that co-exist just above our world, and contain laboratories and schools.One of the common themes Harper uncovered in his NDE research was of earth transformations to come. During a 20-year period (begun in 1992) a major solar event will trigger a pole shift and the melting of the ice caps, he detailed.
Harper, through his own visions, sees regional disruptions due to earthquakes on both the East and West coasts, as well as the Midwest. An event on the West Coast could be centered around a fault line near Eureka, CA, he added. Harper also expressed concern over people living on the coastlines, and warned of tsunami dangers.
First hour guest Loren Coleman reviewed incidents in which 'thunderbirds' picked children up off the ground. In addition to the 1977 Lawndale, IL. case, in which a boy was carried around 35 ft., similar reports have come from Kentucky in 1929, and as far back as 1866, he said. For more, see this article on the 'La Bruja' connection.