In the first half, numerologist Glynis McCants spoke about how this year's cycle of 2 is playing out and what to expect for world events and leaders, and the lives of the audience. 2018, she said, adds up to "11," a master number, that is a high-frequency vibration which makes the year speed by faster. 1+1 adds up to "2" which is the world number for 2018, she explained, adding that in years of "2," your intuitive voice will be stronger than usual, and a lot of truth will emerge. Regarding North Korea, she noted that Kim Jong-un has entered into a personal cycle of "2" this year, which makes him more willing to talk and negotiate than the previous year.
Vladimir Putin is currently in a personal cycle of "1," and it will be interesting to see how he responds to the findings of Mueller's investigation, McCants suggested, as she believes he will have some major reveals about Russia. She looked at the numbers of the Parkland, FL shooter Nikolas Cruz, and discovered they turned out to be 6-6-6-- these numbers indicate the ability to be either a devil or an angel, she cited. Glynis also shared affirmations to increase love and prosperity in one's life. You can view them in her Facebook posting. For those seeking additional info, her toll free number is 1-877-686-2373.
In the latter half, well-known voice of occult and esoteric ideas, Mitch Horowitz discussed the "dark side" or "left-hand path"-- views that many regard as scary and dangerous, but some embrace as practical and productive. Specifically, he gave a fresh look at the concepts of Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan. LaVey wasn't evil but rather an upstart and rebel, who advocated for advancing human potential through self-assertion and self-determination. "Not everyone fits into a congregational religious structure," Horowitz remarked. "For people who are outsiders and who have felt alienated, some of the ideas that are emanating from the Satanic...can be extraordinarily empowering."
Horowitz outlined an approach he calls "Anarchic Magick," in which a person devises their own spiritual rituals and worship, with the freedom to leave behind one religious philosophy and embrace another. While rejecting such things as violence and animal sacrifice, Horowitz has concluded that Satanic views can shine a light on the intellect, and be invigorating and liberating. "We don't want to be automatons," he said. "We don't want to be this kind of nondescript, consensus-based mass of humanity. Is that paradise?" For further info, view this video of Mitch's recent lecture, as well as a reading list, and article on LaVey.