A student of spirituality, Xenethon, discussed the scientific, ancient, and astrological interpretations of 2012, as well as ideas related to metaphysical evolution. "We as human beings seek to evolve," and we have done so physically, but now we need to do so spiritually, he said. Rather than the brain, he stressed the importance of the heart as a pathway to intuition and spiritual growth, and as we evolve, "the love of power will be replaced by the power of love."
Many ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians knew about the 26,000 year cycle of our solar system traveling through the galaxy, he said, noting that half this cycle has a hotter climate-- a period we are entering into now. With current overpopulation and global warming, there won't be enough food and water to go round, and we'll see unrest, he cautioned.
As we head into 2012, there are ancient prophecies of natural disasters, and an even greater potential for a man-made calamity, said Xenethon. He outlined some possible Earth changes that could have serious consequences-- the planet's axis shifts, polar magnetic fields reverse, and the rotation of the Earth's core stops and reverses. We are also going to see a significant alignment of the planets in the next two years, and this could cause a gravitational pull on the Earth, and increase earthquake and volcanic activity, he suggested.
First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente warned that what's currently being characterized as an economic recovery is just a "stimulus cover-up." When the stimulus money runs out, "the pain is going to be felt," he said, adding that the US dollar will be heavily devalued.
WOR & Long John Nebel
In celebration of C2C's new NYC affiliate WOR, Paris Flammonde, the producer of the Long John Nebel show appeared briefly toward the start of the program. Nebel's groundbreaking talk radio show was carried on WOR in the 1950s and dealt with strange phenomena and UFOs.