Mitchell Scott Lewis has been a professional astrologer in New York City for more than two decades, specializing in financial astrology and medical chart interpretation. In the first half, he shared what he sees in the charts for the markets and world events. Describing zodiacal cycles of Uranus for the United States, he noted that it was in Taurus from 1934 to 1941, which coincided with the Great Depression. From 1941 to 1949, during the period of WWII and the start of the Cold War, Uranus was in Gemini. Uranus went back into Taurus in 2018, and this has been a time that favored technological things relating to money, such as cryptocurrency, he said. But when Uranus goes back into Gemini in 2025, if the previous cycle repeats, America could be drawn into another war, he warned.
Lewis also expressed concern about when Pluto (which connects to such things as oil and plutonium) enters Aquarius in 2023, a sign that Uranus rules. This could be an indicator of erratic, explosive, or violent situations, like a nuclear detonation, he lamented. Lewis foresees oil prices settling down, as Europe will likely avoid importing gas and oil from Russia, and may open up more nuclear plants and amp up their wind, solar, and geothermal energy capabilities. COVID is not going away, though it's becoming more manageable, he remarked. During the last hour, Mitchell gave readings to callers, sharing astrological insights based on their birth dates.
In the latter half, podcaster and afterlife expert Sandra Champlain and producer/director Stephen Simon discussed the afterlife, and how more and more people are becoming fascinated with the Other Side. Simon also reminisced about two of the Hollywood films he produced, "Somewhere in Time" and "What Dreams May Come" (which dealt with heaven, hell, and the afterlife), and his friendship with stars Christopher Reeve and Robin Williams. Six weeks after his wife Lauren suddenly passed away in 2018, Simon began "beyond the veil" communications with her. He does not hear her actual physical voice but rather senses an electric pulse, and hears her "in his heart," he explained. With her input from the Other Side, he has penned the book "What Dreams Have Come: Loving Through the Veil."
Champlain spoke about how she's been impressed by the work of Brazilian researcher Sonia Rinaldi, who uses technology to capture voices and images of the deceased (called "instrumental transcommunication") seemingly sent from the Other Side. Sandra's team recently produced a new documentary about Rinaldi, shot on location in Brazil (available on Vimeo). She also commented that more people in Hollywood and filmmakers have opened their eyes to the subject of where we go after leaving this life, and many actors have shared their near-death experiences. "We're on the verge of a major tipping point," Champlain continued, with the reality of the afterlife becoming a common topic of conversation and people unafraid to speak out about it.