First, Linda Howe talks to the Peruvian scientist who is working on that bizarre meteor that made hundreds of people and animals sick after striking near an Andean mountain village. Then Anne Strieber delves into the mysteries of sacred number with expert Richard Heath, and we find out the power of these numbers and just why secret societies built most of the ancient world according to them.

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Where else would you be able to hear a proven prophet who also happens to have a world-class grasp of current affairs give you brilliant information about what’s happening in Iran?

The answer is, only Whitley Strieber and Dreamland are going to give somebody like John Hogue a chance to add his unique perspective to a discussion like this. This makes for a riveting listening experience, and don’t miss John’s great DOWNLOADABLE book, Nostradamus: the War With Iran. Go to www.hogueprophecy.com to get it for just $12.00.

Read his Iran insight article on Unknowncountry.com. Click here!

This week we feature a rarity–an argument. It’s between Whitley Strieber and Daniel Pinchbeck about what the human future is likely to hold. It is the first time that an argument had broken out on Dreamland, but the suggestion that Whitley Strieber is in league with alien presences that don’t have the best interests of the human species at heart lit Mr. Strieber’s fuse, big time. For us, the result is an intense and revealing discussion as Pinchbeck accuses Strieber of encouraging disaster by having a ‘negative’ view of the future and Strieber accuses Pinchbeck of preferring a fantasy that seeks to ignore the laws of nature.

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Jim Marrs has a completely unique understanding of these volatile times and our financial and terrorism related problems, and Whitley Strieber’s interview of him on this week’s Dreamland evokes spectacular information! Jim’s website is jimmarrs.com.

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