In the first hour, astrologer and spiritual consultant Jeff Harman joined Dave Schrader to discuss the validity of his 2016 predictions and give us hints of what's to come in 2017. Dave pointed out that Harman predicted a Trump victory early in the race. Harman said that this was due to his examination of Trump’s birth chart, which showed a "once in a lifetime event" for this year. He believes that the president-elect will effect widespread change in a positive way. Harman said that this next year will see mounting tensions in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, especially in the fall. He also sees a high-tech explosion that will radically change our lives after 2019 and cause a new "roaring ‘20s" of advances in the following decade.
In the second hour, professional numerologist Alison Baughman joined the program to describe the practice of using numbers to look at current and future events and guide your life. Baughman said that 2016 was a "Nine Universal Year," which signified "extremes and extremes of emotions." She declared that we are moving into a "One Universal Year" for 2017 which she says are years of inventiveness and change. She believes that we will see a time of "new things, starts, and pushing forward." Baughman’s predictions also included major fluctuations in the U.S. economy, good years for Netflix and McDonalds, not-so-good years for Ford and Apple, and a major hurricane for the eastern seaboard.
In the second half, Dave hosted the long-standing Coast to Coast AM tradition of reading listener predictions made last year, and recording new predictions. Here are highlights of some of the listeners' predictions for 2017:
Joe Who describes himself as a "voice natural direct sensitive," which he says means that he can tell things about people from their voices. A regular on Schrader’s program, he called in to predict that Iceland and Italy will experience major volcanic eruptions. The bumper music featured musicians and entertainers who left us in 2016.
Bumper music from Saturday December 31, 2016