AstroChicks had a crazy Sunday this week and got really cosmic. I attended the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles and bought a ticket to see the “Prophecy Panel” moderated by George Noory, a super smart Gemini guy. George is one of my favorite radio hosts, he has a popular syndicated show called Coast to Coast.
George Noory has always stood by his foreboding notion that 2012 will be a year of calamitous change on a global scale. I guess it was only natural for him to host this very important discussion.
His panel featured the following guest speakers:
- John Hogue who teaches rogue prophecy, is considered a world recognized authority on Nostradamus.
- Dannion Brinkley has been to the ‘Other Side’ so many times we lost count. What prophetic vision did he experience?
- Sean David Morton, one of America’s premiere futurists, is Director of the Prophecy Research Institute.
- Daniel Munoz a Mexican journalist and researcher, who has specialized in the study of prophecy for over two decades.
- David Wilcock a lecturer, filmmaker, mystic and musician with many prophecies that came true.
They forgot AstroChicks, all knowing prophet of reality television and celebrity love lives. Back to the event, the discussion focused on the Mayan Prophecies 2012. It was pretty interesting, my favorite speaker was Sean David Morton. The best part of the day is when a dark clad Indian dude, who looked like he stepped off the set of the film Desperado (minus a smokin hot Hayek), appeared to protest the show. He heckled the guest speakers, called them liars, etc. and basically said they didn’t know squat about the Mayan prophecies.
Noory being the gentleman he is, asked the “Mayan Prophet” to wait until the Q&A session was over, to grill the speakers. Anyhoo, once the Q&A rolled around, the Mayan dude stepped forward to the microphone. He was quite articulate, basically said he thought the panel was fear mongering, and tried to explain what the Mayan Prophecies ACTUALLY meant. Surprisingly, many members of the audience agreed with him. When George asked him how he knew this, the Mayan dude said, “it’s because I’m from Atlantis, a Piladean, and from the civilization Lemuria.” At that moment, I had several people sitting around me chiming in that they were from Lemuria also. HELLO!!!!
A woman next to me with a weird cone hat asked me what planet I was from. I told her I was one of the Astrochicks from Portland, Oregon. She seemed a bit confused, so was I. I didn’t expect the crowd to be quite so nutty but it was fun anyway.
I highly recommend checking out some of the “theories” behind the Mayan Prophecies. Will we all go up in a puff of smoke in 2012? I hope not, I still have some living to do. Food for thought I guess, or interesting late night conversation with friends after a couple of cocktails. Cheers!