In the first half, history professor William R. Forstchen discussed the potential damage rendered by an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) event, and what we can to do prepare for the possibility. There are actually two kinds of potentials for generating an EMP, military or solar, he explained. A nuclear fission weapon, such as Iran or North Korea are currently developing, that is detonated about 250 miles above the Earth's atmosphere would trigger electrostatic discharge, striking the Earth's surface and overloading the power grid and knocking it out, he detailed. The Soviets conducted an EMP test in 1962, and a power plant 500 miles away from the center of the detonation burst into flames, because of the EMP overload that fed into the transmission lines, he cited.
Just a few days ago, we were hit by the largest solar storm in five years, and NASA & NOAA have predicted a significantly increased solar storm cycle over the next 18 months, Forstchen noted. A large enough coronal mass ejection (CME) from the sun could generate a global-wide EMP event, particularly in the northern and southern latitudes. The "Carrington Event" of 1859 blew out telegraph lines, and the "energy output was so intense that railroad ties were bursting into flames," he said. Forstchen advocates congressional action to protect America's grid, such as put forth by Cong. Roscoe Bartlett.
In the latter half, psychotherapist Kymberlee Ruff shared the Hopi-Tibetan prophecy, a separate and distinct prophecy created from the similarities of the two culture's prophecies. The first activation of the prophecy began when a Tibetan Lama came to Hopi lands in Arizona in 1974, and the second activation had to do with Ruff's son, who was visited by Tibetan Lamas in Santa Barbara in 2001. They told her he was a reincarnation of one of their Lamas. Tibetan Ven. Bhakha Tulku Rinpoche gave her son a rock with ancient writing on it. Later, she delivered the rock to the Hopi Indians' Grandfather Martin Gashweseoma, the "Keeper of the Sacred Tablets of the Fire Clan," she recounted.
The message on the rock, written in Sanskrit, loosely translates as "compassion," which is the key to the Hopi-Tibetan prophecy, she said. Bringing this "dharma" to the Hopis, helps "restore the amazingness of the Hopi so they can set the tone for the world," she explained. As we approach Dec. 21, 2012, "it's going to get more and more intense," but after that date, things are going to turn around and get better, she continued. Ruff also talked about "the Lost City of the Dead in the Grand Canyon." In 1909, on a mission for the Smithsonian, G.E. Kincaid was said to find a statue of the Buddha in a cave hidden under the Grand Canyon, she reported.