2020 Predictions & Insights

Hosted byGeorge Noory

2020 Predictions & Insights

About the show

A New Year's Day tradition on Coast to Coast AM, George Noory checked in with psychics, seers, and sages about their visions for what's in store for the new year. Psychic Joseph Jacobs kicked things off in the first hour, declaring that 2020 will be an excellent year for infrastructure and building, though he does see a bit of a market slowdown between March 26th and May 16th. Aggression from Russia will continue, he said, primarily via the Internet. Between August 25th and October 16th, he predicts substantial flooding problems in the United States, which could affect the economy. There could be some delays in voting results in November, he added, and Trump may face health problems from January 9th onward. Rather than making New Year's resolutions, he suggested that people say affirmations beginning with the words "I am" in order to instigate positive changes.

Next up, psychic medium Vincent Genna, MSW, shared his insights about 2020, which he believes will usher in a lot of fresh energy as the start of a new decade. Numerologically, 2020 is a "4" year, which is an indication of balance, but people need to get rid of their psychological baggage to take advantage of this, he said. The new year will bring more UFO disclosure, he enthused, not just via the government but from significant witnesses as well. We will continue to see strong storms, fires, and volatile weather, Genna warned, and this reflects the accumulative emotional mood of humanity. In the field of health, there will be medical advancements, he reported, but if people don't flow with positive energy this year, they may be more susceptible to hard-hitting disease and illness.

Astrologer Linda Schurman presented her forecast in the third hour, suggesting that 2020 will be a year of comeuppance. The economy has been inflated with massive debt, she commented, and with a Pluto-Saturn conjunction following a lunar eclipse, and a Jupiter-Saturn conjunction, we could see a kind of financial "face the music." There will be extreme swings during 2020, but by the end of the year, we'll know we're in a recessionary economy, she stated. In the 2020s, "we will have to reform the International Monetary System by creating an international reserve currency, no longer the dollar," she added, indicating it could be a digital format based on the blockchain. Also in the new decade, she foresees a new energy infrastructure using hydrogen boron nuclear fusion that will go online by 2026 and crash all the oil-based economies.

Featured in the last hour, mystic author Elizabeth Joyce noted that the solar eclipse on January 10th will set the tone for the year. In 2020, pressing problems will need to be resolved, she continued, and the decisions we make will affect the whole decade. While the planet and weather remain out of kilter, she believes this will be a good year for the stock market. The Democrat candidate is likely to be either Biden or Sanders, with a woman (possibly Elizabeth Warren) as the running mate, she suggested. Yet, she does not believe they will run against Trump-- Joyce had a vision he will be felled by a serious illness in March, and Pence will take over for five months. All four of the guests provided personal readings for callers in the latter portions of their interviews.

News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Dr. Peter Breggin

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