In the first half, writer and producer Josh Turnbow discussed his research into biblical prophecy, the apocalypse, and the possible ominous significance of September 23rd, 2017, and what could transpire on that date. The fear of apocalypse, he remarked, has been ever present in human behavior. There is a particular alignment of the sun, moon, planets, stars, and constellations on the 23rd that seems to relate to an apocalyptic biblical prophecy from Revelation 12, he continued, as well as scripture from Luke 21:25 that Mark Biltz has pointed out: "And there will be signs in the sun and the moon and the stars. And on the Earth, the stress of nations in perplexity because of the roaring of the sea and the waves. People fainting with fear and with foreboding for what is coming on the world and the powers of heaven shall be shaken."
The recent solar eclipse in America, followed by the double hurricane could be foreshadowing of this even more dire event, said Turnbow, adding that it's possible the cataclysm making itself known on the 23rd is the arrival of Planet X. Another possibility is a sudden war taking place in Israel on this date, he added. For more, check out a trailer for Turnbow's new documentary, "The Sign."
In the latter half, author and expert on subliminal communication, Eldon Taylor, revealed the ways that people's goals are often sabotaged by their own internal scripts. Behaviors, he explained, turn out to be the result of "how we see ourselves in the world, and how we adjust to others, and how they see us. It's more important for each of us to see other people accepting us, loving us, appreciating us, than it is for us to be authentic, to be ourselves. And in that schism, exists self-sabotage."
This kind of sabotage, which includes unconscious negative emotions, holds people back from their goals, and can trigger neurochemicals that interfere with the optimal operation of the physical body, and reduce lifespan, he posited. We often hear a barrage of negative thoughts in our minds when we think about things that we'd like achieve, and that information governs our lives, he explained. Taylor advises people to stop diminishing themselves, and to rewrite the conversation in their heads: "Change the way you talk to yourself, and you'll change your expectation, which changes your behavior, which changes the outcome."
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