Coastline To Coastline AM 01-13-2016 Foretelling Update - Mayan Mythos

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Coast To Seashore AM 01-13-2016 Forecast Update — Mayan Lore

Period: Wednesday — January 13, 2016
Hostess: George Noory
Guests: John Hogue, Ed Barnhart

In the first half, universe officialdom on Nostradamus and prescient traditions, John Hogue, returned to update his forecast danger- as well as regard his olden times predictions for 2015 and pay out what Nostradamus has foreseen for 2016. One of Hogue's predictions was that by the end of 2015, there would be a paramount universe currency officially in struggle with the US dollar, and this has come to dated, as the IMF is now considering another worldwide engage currency (the Chinese yuan). Nostradamus wrote of a patch when there would be a certain configuration of Mars and Saturn, «in the interval of a extensive falling comet,» and this could tend to 2016, said Hogue. Nostradamus may have foreseen atomic tests, or an affect on secret bases with atomic storage facilities, Hogue continued.

Nostradamus also described a «time of hot winds, wars, and raids--» raids was his administration conditions for criminal acts such as piracy, which Hogue now interprets as a analogy for the terrorism of Islamic extremists. Hogue suggested that in 2016, the interval periods of Strut through May, and August through September could be especially susceptible for war, and based on a Nostradamus quatrain, he believes an Arab concert-master could trigger a engagement between the US and Russia during one of these windows. Regarding the electing, Hogue no longer thinks Jeb Bush has a fate for the Republican nomination, but that Donald Trump could ensured it. He believes Hillary Clinton is likely inescapable for the presidency, yet of all the Republican candidates, Trump alone retains a potential to balk her.

In the latter half, Chief of the Maya Enquiry Center, Ed Barnhart, talked about the Mayan almanac, archaeoastronomy, and obsolete South American elegance and belief. The Maya almanac was different from other calendars as it used in perfect accord cycles which were combined into a one practice of interval keeping, he explained. The Maya created a hieroglyphic written lingo which has greatly contributed to the cut in their elegance and mythos, though the dream that the end of their Extensive Bank On almanac (December 2012) heralded an apocalyptic end of interval was a misinterpretation of their ideas, Barnhart relayed.

The Maya had some of the best astronomers of the obsolete universe, using ken-based observations rather than telescopes, and were able to evolve on the mark records of ethereal events, he reported. The strange disappearance of the Mayas-- hundreds of their cities were start forlorn during the patch of 700-900 AD-- may have been due to simple disasters or mayhap a charitable volcanic belching forth in Chiapas, Mexico. Barnhart spoke about Khipu, an obsolete South American recording practice using textiles and knots, rather than identification b docket. He also touched on such topics as the Duende story about a leprechaun-like organism, and the perseverance of the Fanged Goddess, a monotheistic god that was depicted over 3,000 years in various Mesoamerican socieities.

Hearsay joint guests: Jerome Corsi, Dr. Peter Breggin

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