Numerology & Open Lines

Numerology & Open Lines

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsGlynis McCants

In the first half of the program, Glynis McCants provided her numerological insight on world events and American politics, as well as love and relationships. On the world stage, McCants said Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad would continue with his nuclear ambitions because he is in a personal year of five and does not wish to have peace with the U.S. or Israel. On the domestic front, McCants told politicians attempting to strong-arm health care legislation through Congress to watch out during the November elections -- their seats will likely be in jeopardy.

McCants warned against dating and marrying people with toxic numbers. "If you have four toxic numbers with someone, you should run for the hills," she said, noting filmmakers and former spouses Kathryn Bigelow and James Cameron as an example of people who had toxic numbers together. Taking a spouse's last name can also create toxic numbers and cause relationships to go sour, McCants added. She shared her own experience dating a person with toxic numbers, as well as how her soul mate husband defended her at a recent Showtime program taping.

During the third hour George took Open Line calls. The final hour was a replay from 1/18/08, which featured special 'laugh line' calls.

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