In a special Christmas Eve edition of Coast to Coast AM, George Noory spoke with four different guests for one hour each.
First up was author and NDE expert Dannion Brinkley, whose new book Secrets of the Light is just out. He offered some of his predictions, stemming from visions he had in 1976: In the next year and a half, beings from another dimension will communicate via electronic sources such as digital TV about the world we think of as heaven. Solar flares in 2010 will enhance this effect. We'll also see some amazing advances in medicine.
Astronomer Hugh Ross talked about his new book Why the Universe Is the Way It Is, which integrates observations about the cosmos with biblical theology. The idea of a multiverse is not anti-Christian in principle, as God has created a different realm for the angels that is independent of this universe, he said. Ross noted that all the planets in our solar system play a role in life on Earth. For instance, Jupiter acts as a gravitational shield, diverting many comets and asteroids from colliding with us.
Filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda talked about some of his personal spiritual experiences and "psychonaut" travels. He described seeing spherical entities floating around his wife's head while she was in communication with a space being, and also received information from a woman who appeared at the foot of his bed about decoding Da Vinci's Mona Lisa painting, which related to Jesus.
The evening's last guest, author Rosemary Ellen Guiley spoke about such topics as miracles, angels, and awakenings. Miracles may stem from our ability to occasionally tap into the cosmic order, she suggested, and part of our inner awakening is realizing we have the power to connect to a greater whole. The angelic kingdom has a lot of agendas, but one of them deals with their relationship with human beings, she stated.
At the conclusion of the show, George played the recording of A Letter to Michael (text).
Condolences to Art
Our condolences to Art Bell, on the death of his mother, Jane Lee Bell, who passed away on December 23, 2008.