Our Christmas Night Open Lines Special, featured callers' miracle tales, and brief pop-in appearances from Joshua P. Warren, Bruce Goldberg, and Richard C. Hoagland, who offered their holiday tidings. Russ shared an account of an elderly woman, who years ago was without coal to heat her home. A man who told her he was from the Peacock Coal Co. gave her some, but when she looked up the company to pay him back, she found that the company didn't exist. James gave details of his accident on Thanksgiving, where he was ejected 25 ft. from his car, which was wrapped around a tree. Amazingly, the car was still operable, and though he had a concussion, he was able to drive it home.
Kelly in Oklahoma told of an accident his grandmother suffered last Christmas in an isolated area near her home. She fell and broke her hip and couldn't move. A man came up out of nowhere and called an ambulance. Just as suddenly as he appeared, he was gone.
Other calls included Lou in California, who said he hears voices which tell him the correct horses to bet on at the Santa Anita racetrack, and Ken in Virginia, who said one day while he was out hunting for arrowheads, he encountered a set of Indians that seemed disturbed by him and left the area. When he went to the spot where they were, he discovered their horses had left no tracks. George also invited callers to sing on the air, and we heard rousing renditions of such songs as Blue Christmas, Silent Night, and Two Little Men in a Flying Saucer.
First hour guest, Mrs. Claus shared insights and history about Christmas, and traditions around the world. Santa Claus is based on St. Nicholas, the revered Greek saint born around 280 AD. The generosity associated with Christmas helps build and support relationships, she said. Interestingly, in Japan, the yuletide holiday is celebrated more like Valentine's Day, she noted.
Below are excerpts from last week's one hour+ Q & A with numerologist Glynis McCants, our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat. She presented information on people's Destiny Number and gave personal readings. Members can read/print the full transcript.
Glynis, I need some help deciding what to do. I'm a high school English teacher who's thinking about going back to school to either get certified in another area or start a master's degree...but I'm also a writer who'd like to focus on getting some work published....what should I focus on? My b-day is 5-10-72. My first name is Karen.
Karen, you think too much! You have a 6 and a 7 in your chart which makes you feel "confused and not sure." You have the Numbers to be a great writer, but you should literally say out loud in the morning, "Let go and let God." Quit trying to control your environment-- it does not work for you and can cause unnecessary depression. Remember, nature is your best friend so be surrounded by it. :)
Alexis 01-12-1985, I feel like I'm at a fork in the road and don't know if the path I'm taking right now is the right one. I want to make sure that I'm doing what I need to be doing in my life. I kind of feel like a jack of all trades, and a master of nothing.
Hi Alexis, you know what is messing with you? Because I do. LOL. You have a 4 Attitude which basically says on a daily basis, "If I can't do it perfectly, I don't want to do it." You have a fear of failure. Remember the commercial, where you hear the voice that says, "Just put on your Nikes and do it." That is my message to you. Stop thinking about it. Just act on it!
Marilyn 7-31-1950. I'm in the middle of a real emotional problem (not romantic). Will I make it through?
Marilyn, your 2 Attitude is a gift and a curse. The 2 feels every emotion very deeply. There is a phrase out there that I like and it is, "When in doubt, focus out." I think you have been wallowing in your emotions this year. And you have got to reach out, take your mind off your troubles and help people less fortunate than you are. Maybe help out at an old folks home, or help serve food to homeless people. I promise it will make you feel better and realize that as difficult as your troubles are, there are always others suffering much more.
Chad, 11/6/1974. I am currently leaning toward a career change into politics and law school, a good choice for me?
Chad, I love the idea of law school and politics for you! One of the reasons is because you have an 8 Attitude. An 8 is the politician Number. This tells me you have definite opinions on what is going on in our political world.You are born on a 6 Day which is magnetic and is one to rescue people in trouble. Your 2 Life Path tells me you would not just practice law, but you would be extremely ethical about it. HOW REFRESHING! Go for it.
I am Kathy, born 3/15/59. I worry about the economy lately. What do you see for me next year? I have an 11 destiny number.
Kathy, whatever we believe is what we manifest. You need to change how you feel about the economy. I would certainly recommend you do Money Affirmations to feel better about things. Here is the one I wrote and I suggest you use, "I believe in infinite abundance and my needs are always met." Repeat these words 15 minutes each day and I promise the stress inside you about finances will dissipate.
Lydia in Nashville
Glynis, my name is Lydia. Birthday July 3, 1957 with a destiny #7. Tell us a little about the 5 lifepath person being good at gambling. I am pretty conservative when it comes to taking a chance. Should I let go a little, and see what happens?
Lydia, Lydia, Lydia...Gambling? I am quite sure God did not bless me with my tremendous gift of understanding Numerology to help anyone out there become a successful gambler. :) That said, I have noticed a pattern with 5 Life Paths that they do tend to win when it comes to a lottery ticket.
However, I have also noticed these people who have won millions of dollars go broke two years afterwards. It is so odd, but it is absolutely true. I think it is a kick that Las Vegas breaks down to a 5. If you are a 5 Life Path, and you would like to gamble, then I say go for it. Just do not spend money you REALLY NEED. Keep it light and fun and do not be surprised when you win big. But, once you win that money you better invest it in something safe and conservative. Otherwise two years later...
Glynis, my wife is a teacher and I think a great writer. How can I motivate her to do what she loves, write. Her name is Christina 1/19/1971.
Gordy, you can not possibly motivate Christina to write, she has to want to do it, from deep inside her soul. The one thing I suggest people do if they have the gift to write, but do not have the time, I suggest they audio tape their thoughts and let someone else put it into book form. Perhaps you could motivate her to audio tape, and before you know it you two will have a massive book seller on your hands.
Chris 6/8/81. When will my acting career get off the ground?
Hi Chris, I have no idea how long you have been pursuing your acting career. Your Numbers tell me you can be very scattered. Chances are you are also very good looking. So, if you really want your career to take off, you need to be proactive. Here is an affirmation I recommend, "I welcome my fame and fortune today. I welcome my fame and fortune today. I welcome my fame and fortune today." Repeat this 15 minutes a day so that it works for you.
Before an audition, I suggest you say, "I love my audience and my audience loves me. I love my audience and my audience loves me. I love my audience and my audience loves me." Repeat this for 15 minutes before an audition and the people auditioning you will subconsciously think you are pretty terrific. The next thing you will know, you will get that acting gig you so desperately want. Good Luck to you!
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