Whitley Strieber's Dreamland
Saturday January 1, 2011

What Will the Future Bring

Our two astonishing futurists, John Hogue and Starfire Tor, give us previews of their upcoming prophecy shows, and Jim Marrs gets into some riveting material about where our country is going. Both John and Starfire made some incredibly accurate predictions for 2010, so there is every reason to suspect that they're going to do the same for 2011. Both will be on in January to tell us just what to expect, but listen now as they, plus Jim Marrs and Joe McMoneagle explain what is happening right now, and what it all truly means. See the old year out with the Dreamland team--and expect a clear-eyed look into the future as well!


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Meditation: Looking Into the Future


Can you use meditation to look into the future. Whitley Strieber not only says yes you can, here he tells us just how he does it, what limitations he finds, and how to tell the difference between your imagination and your second sight. And then he guides us in a beautiful meditation that reminds us of the true power of our own minds. A perfect way to start the new year!

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I had the opportunity to walk through the ruin of the Roman Forum this past summer.
This is the path Washington is on.
I can't imagine how they will pay their debts, and that means the end of their power.
When the army comes home from Afghanistan, it will be a ruined army.
Dozens or hundreds of overseas bases will be quietly closed.
After the decline of Rome, many of the elite retreated to their country estates, and then went on to build city-states like Venice and Florence. Rome may be the capital of modern Italy, but its grip on the provinces is weak.
I see a future where Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle/Vancouver will be city states in a West America coalition.
We grow more food than we eat, we have modern industries that in some cases dominate the world, and we can build anything we need for self-defense.

After listening to this -- i have always been interested on this subject-- I was driving along a road looking at beautiful houses in an unknown area of this new town I moved into. We were just sightseeing to get to know a little bit outside of our immediate vecinity. I was asked to look at the next street's name and I set up my mind to ”see“ the future.

I let go and let my mind provide the answer. I said , it's going to be “Wilshire”, its something related to England. I was disappointed when the next street came up and it wasn't that... OK, I said, I failed. Then to my surprise, one after the other, street by street, they ALL had English names! I don't know if that was just coincidence or what, but I will try it again when I feel carefree and not pressed to imagine it myself. At least at this time, it kind of happened.

There have been some other minor instances of serendipity, where I ponder a question and a sign on the street or the next scene on the movie, gives me the answer. I am getting accustomed to receiving reassurances of faith when I am failing on been positive about the world.

There have been some other minor instances of serendipity, where I ponder a question and a sign on the street or the next scene on the movie, gives me the answer. I am getting accustomed to receiving reassurances of faith when I am failing on been positive about the world.

In watching the current weather, it seems to me that even if the "Global Warming" folks are right, it's too late. We may be in the middle of rapid change for the worse. Instead of trying to prevent problems in the future we may find ourselves trying to stave off famine in 2012.
The next thing to watch for is problems with the winter wheat crop in Canada.
After that, delayed planting in the Midwest US would reduce crop yields and possibly lead to crop failures if there is an early frost.
Even in my lifetime (back in Minnesota) I have seen years when an early snowfall prevented some farmers from harvesting their corn, and years when too much rain delayed planting. I can certainly say that compared to the 50's and 60's the growing season in North America has become more erratic.

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