Remote viewing teacher, Ed Dames, shared his latest insights and predictions, based on remote viewing done by him and his team. He announced that the current solar cycle could generate some deadly coronal mass ejections-- a series of "killshots" (that he's been warning about for years) "that will turn Earth into a rotisserie." He also foresees a global economic collapse that will be associated with a global pandemic (a variation or combination of the bird and swine flu).
Interestingly, he predicted that Germany may soon be dropping the Euro, and switching back to its original currency. While in America, "you're going to see unemployment...up to 40% in a year and a half," and this will lead to martial law, and a police state, with the possible use of FEMA camps, Dames cautioned, adding that the 2012 presidential election may be postponed. The Fukushima situation, with fallout from the nuclear plant, is far worse than people are being told, and is "the largest disaster in human history as far I'm concerned," he continued.
He suggested that ET intervention may play a role in preventing nuclear attacks/incidents here on Earth. For instance, a number of years ago, Israel was testing a nuclear weapon off of South Africa, and "we saw something pop off from the surface of Earth's moon, pop in, and suck up the radiation and turn it into something like electricity," he reported. Dames also shared remote viewing reports of the Cydonia region of Mars-- a pyramid on the lip of a crater was found to be built by very ancient humanoids. They also looked at the demise of Mars, in which the planet lost its atmosphere, and "a bunch of silvery vehicles came in...turned all the people's consciousness off...[and] took their vital essence, put it into jars, and took them away," he detailed.
First hour guest, writer Lamont Wood (book link) talked about historical oddities-- inventions and artistic anomalies that were seemingly ahead of their time. For instance, a 1460 painting that shows the baby Jesus holding a toy helicopter, and a number of medieval and Renaissance paintings that appear to have what we would call flying saucers. In regards to the latter, he suggested that we are imposing our own visual vocabulary on these works, and the artists may have been depicting the divine presence, through inserts in the sky, and rays of light.
News segment guests: Mitch Battros, Doug Hagmann