Archive for January 2006


January 23, 2006

It is no secret that earthquakes could occur in California at anytime. The month of May (in an “unknown year”) is the month that Nostradamus suggests that a major earthquake could occur somewhere in the United States (based upon my interpretation of his works). Because of a very intense dream I had over the summer, in which I was in downtown San Francisco during an earthquake, I feel like if my dream was indeed a prophetic glimpse into the future, then it is possible that we might see a major quake in the bay area at some point in the not-so-distant future! However, that is based upon my personal opinion. But hopefully that will not occur!

Hurricanes part II

January 22, 2006

According to NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, they report that 2005 was one of the hottest years on record. If Global Warming is real which obviously it is then I think that we will continue to seem a warming trend for the next several years. It is my feeling that the Gulf of Mexico will continue to produce numerous and large hurricanes, for many more years to come.

One psychic friend of mine in Florida believes that New Orleans might be struck by another huge hurricane in 2006. Let’s hope not—but be on guard—in case this becomes reality! All of the nations in the Gulf of Mexico will continue to suffer the Wrath of Mother Nature.


January 15, 2006

The feeling I had on 9-12-01, was that there were a couple of hundred Islamic terrorists inside the USA, who were ready to hit various targets across our nation at anytime. However–we haven't really seen any terror in the USA since 9-11! So, is Homeland Security doing a good job, or, is the threat overstated? I don't claim to have the answer. However, I will say that I have an "intuitive feeling" that the months of March and June "might be" months that terrorists could be active around the globe. If I ran the Dept. of Homeland Security–I would increase the security around the outer-perimeter of air force bases, naval air stations, and airports, to guard against the possibility of aircraft being shot down by terrorists with small arms and RPG's. Nothing appears to be stopping anyone from trying to shoot down a jet on its final approach to the runway! Adding easy to see armed patrols around such airports and bases would seem like a prudent idea, and show of force would help to deter such acts from occurring.

The Middle East

January 11, 2006

I have a difficult time thinking that it will be “all right with Israel” for Iran to field Russian made surface-to-air missiles around their nation, in order to strengthen their air-defenses, in order to deter another nation from bombing the buildings in which they plan on producing weapons-grade-plutonium in.

“If” I were the president of Iran, I would strongly consider “reversing this idea” for the good of Iran. Instead of making bombs for Israel—I would MAKE PEACE with Israel. To the president of Iran I say “asalam alakum”, and work for peace, not for war!!!


January 6, 2006

Last month the president of Iran made the strange and self defeating proclamation "that Israel should be wiped off the face of the Earth". Well, what a hateful, irresponsible, and hostile thing to say about another nation. I was told that President Lyndon B. Johnson had a saying, "never tell a man to go to hell unless you have the power to send him there". I guess the repercussions might be serious in nature. Presently, Iran does not have the power to send anyone to hell, however, they seem to be working very hard to achieve this outcome. Last week, Iran wanted to be allowed to produce weapons grade plutonium, unmonitored, which they claim will be used for peaceful purposes. Oh really, last month they want to wipe nations off the face of the Earth, but this month they want weapons grade plutonium for peaceful purposes. If we "add one and one together–we get two". And in this case "two" seems to equal nuclear weapons (and not "peace")! Nostradamus wrote that the future third antichrist (the one after Hitler) would come from the land of Persia! So let's keep a good watch out for events in Iran, because things aren't quite adding up over there.


January 4, 2006

Another future region of trouble for the citizens of The West will be in the Orient. Presently, the United States and China have a strange relationship. At this very moment China has nuclear and biological missiles aimed at every major city in America, however, we seem "more than happy" to continue to export our manufacturing jobs there. It is almost like the United States and China have some type of Zen Confederation. The symbol of "yin and yang" are a perfect graphic representation of this relationship (two opposites which attract one another). Yes, China is our labor farm, and we are China’s marketing farm. In the 1960's, anyone who would have thought about exporting American jobs to China would have been labeled as "a traitor", or as a "commie sympathizer". But now–it's a common thing for American business men to "sell out" their fellow Americans by taking their manufacturing needs over to China. This is a situation which I hope the American labor unions monitor and report to us on, because America seems to be shooting itself in the foot (or letting the Chinese shoot us in our foot). Hey–we only have two of them to shoot, so what happens after that?


January 3, 2006

It has been reported that a 15 year old boy who lives in Nepal is thought by many to be the latest incarnation of Buddha! The boy meditates for hours at a time seated in the lotus position near the roots of a large tree. As many as 10,000 people come to visit him daily. I have nicknamed this enlightened boy “Sid” (which is short for Siddhartha). Good luck to you Sid, our world needs all the enlightenment it can get!


January 2, 2006

According the American prophet Edgar Cayce, in the future, Russian agriculture will play a big role in feeding the world's population. He referred to Russia as "the food basket of the world". One could wonder how agriculture will be affected by climate change in the future.

Things could really end up in a strange situation before it's all said and done. So, I say to the farmers of Russia–keep that food coming!