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2019 in Numerology / Science & Spirituality

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Glynis McCants, Dr. Melvin Morse

In the first half, numerologist Glynis McCants discussed how this year's cycle of three will play out for not only world leaders, but for our individual lives. She also described how to figure out your new personal year cycle by adding your birth date and month with the 3 of 2019. So if you were born on 6/4 like George Noory, the calculation would be 6+4 =10=1+0=1. You add the 1 to the 3 world number and you are in a personal year of 4. In a 3 year like 2019, there is a particular power in seeing the 333 number combination, she cited, as it deals with psychic intuitions, and a call to help others.

China's leader Xi Jinping is in a personal cycle of 6-- a time of power for him, she reported, while President Trump has entered a year of 5, which indicates he may say things that will get him into trouble even more so than previous years. Vladimir Putin, she continued, has just begun a personal year of 2, which clashes with his 7 lifepath, and there could be revelations about him he would prefer not to come to light. This is the first time in several years that Putin's personal year cycle is not advantageous for him, she added. McCants will be teaching an online numerology workshop this Sunday, January 27th. Further info here.


In the latter half, pediatrician and neuroscientist Dr. Melvin Morse talked about his work with remote viewing, NDEs (near-death experiences), brain science, mind-body healing, and spirituality. He also shared details of why he spent two years in prison and what he learned through the experience. Morse said he was convicted on a single charge of child endangerment (and acquitted on other charges), and there was press coverage insinuating that he was trying to create end-of-life conditions to study. The case was built on false accusations by his stepdaughter, Morse stated, but he was able to get past the bitterness and anger while imprisoned through a meditation practice called Tonglen, which focuses on the suffering of others and leads to forgiveness.

Because many of the inmates were regular listeners of Coast to Coast, Morse was recognized as a past guest, and he believes treated better than he would have been otherwise. Some of the prisoners asked him to teach them remote viewing techniques, and one fellow was able to place himself inside a Blue Angels jet for a suspended mental experience. Morse described "god spots" located deep in the brain which have been identified by neuroscience. When these areas are artificially stimulated they can cause people to have near-death and out-of-body-like experiences. He invited listeners to a webinar he's conducting this Saturday on the science of NDEs.

In the last half-hour, George featured a replay of an interview with the medium, Hans Christian King, who recently passed away.

News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Gary Ridenour, Peter Davenport



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Bumper music from Thursday January 24, 2019


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