Storms across the southern and central US have left at least 35 people dead and devastated many communities. While flooding and severe thunderstorms continued in the southeast on Sunday, north Texas and Oklahoma began to experience dramatic temperature drops and heavy snowfall. On November 18, our Climatewatch section predicted "because of warm, moist air from the 2015 el Nino extending up into the central United States, there will be an unusual amount of thunderstorm activity in that area into the winter. Severe storms with copious snowfall could become commonplace." Climatewatch, which has been running since 2000, has rarely failed to accurately predict future weather.
Over the years, the long-standing assumption that Christopher Columbus discovered North America has persisted in our history books, despite archaeological evidence that other European explorers landed here well before him, and even set up settlements, as was the case with Norse settlers. While some evidence of an Ancient Roman presence here has been found, a new artifact has been uncovered, of which may solidify that concept.
Astrologer Anne Beversdorf joins us for a serious discussion about her own past life visions and what they may tell us about ourselves.
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Nine of Dreamland’s most popular guests tell us their fondest hopes and greatest fears for 2016. Prepare to be surprised, fascinated, concerned and uplifted by these amazing people!
Jeffrey Kripal: What is Super Natural: a New Vision of the Unexplained, and what’s a distinguished academic doing becoming the world’s leading expert on Whitley Strieber? Preorder Super Natural NOW!
Linda Moulton Howe: If alien life of any kind, from microbes to geniuses, is discovered in 2016, it will change the world more profoundly than almost any discovery in history. What are the odds for 2016? Hold on to your seats for this one!