In the first hour, futurist Paul Guercio and physicist Dr. George Hart, who developed a software-based forecasting technology called the Merlin Project, shared their interpretations of the timetraks (Merlin's graphical snapshots) of the current batch of presidential hopefuls. On the Democratic side, Hillary seems to be struggling, and Bernie Sanders, "actually has the best timetrak of all the declared candidates, Republican and Democratic," said Guercio. In contrast to previous election cycles, Trump appears to be a serious candidate, but will likely be a third party candidate, Guercio continued, while Hart compared his popularity to the character of Howard Beale in the movie Network. Among the other Republicans, according to their timetraks, Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina, Lindsey Graham, and Marco Rubio (as a possible VP), appear to have the best chances, Guercio added.
In the second hour, numerologist Glynis McCants offered updates on what she sees in the year ahead, and how the presidential candidates are shaping up. There's been talk that this September will be a month in which possible crises will hit, and McCants concurred, noting that 9/23 is a "double five" energy day that adds up to a "4." This represents a kind of duality in which there could be drama, chaos, and the unexpected, she cautioned. Trump, who is in a personal cycle of "1," has fascinated the public with his opinionated remarks, but will likely not be the Republican candidate, she said, adding that if Jeb Bush remains in the race, next year he's in a "4" cycle, which would match his lifepath number and place him in a strong position.
In the latter half, prophecy and Nostradamus expert John Hogue discussed the final warning prophecies of the Hopi Indians, the biblical prophecies about four blood moons (four lunar eclipses in a row), as well as his take on the presidential race. On September 28, when the last Blood Moon appears, we may see the first flutter of a major economic crisis that is coming in 2016 but it will not be as some Christian theologians, such as John Hagee, promote as the beginning of the End of Days, Hogue asserted. He cited the September congressional vote on the Iran nuclear deal as particularly momentous, and suggested that if it's not ratified, foreign countries could turn against the US, and the dollar will be dropped as the international reserve currency.
The Hopi prophecies describe a cataclysmic end of the old world, and the arising of a new one, which parallels Hogue's view that the world is divided into two groups. The majority, who deal with the world's pressing problems with their conditioned responses of the past, and the minority, who are ready to embrace change and step into the unknown. Regarding the 2016 candidates, he still sees a Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush face-off, as he believes these two are the final choices of the powerful, monied interests.