Numerology & Open Lines

Numerology & Open Lines


HostGeorge Noory

GuestsGlynis McCants, Open Lines

In the first half of the program, George welcomed Glynis McCants, who provided her numerological take on current events. According to McCants, Barack Obama is currently in a personal year of 5 — a toxic cycle that promotes chaos and drama. Everything from choosing Cabinet members (who didn't pay their taxes) to the unpopular multi-billion dollar bailout to the closing of the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp has been a "wake up call" for the new president, she said.

On the international front, McCants warned that North Korea's recent provocative actions — testing nuclear weapons, launching ballistic missiles, and convicting American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee of spying — show they are not bluffing about their ambitions and "they don't care what we think." She suggested President Obama be more aggressive in his dealings with the country. McCants foresees a revolution coming in Iran, where thousands protested last week over what they felt was the rigged re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

McCants thinks 2010 will be an even more challenging year for the planet, but noted that people could still use numbers to make their lives better. Each person has certain days that are good for them, she explained, and if they know what those days are, they can more easily navigate through life. McCants also revealed that people can change a home's energy frequency from toxic to calm by putting certain numbers on the door.

The remainder of the show was Open Lines. The last half hour featured one of George's past interviews with John DeSalvo, who discussed his latest findings in pyramid research as well as the Shroud of Turin.



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