Host: George Noory
Guests: Drunvalo Melchizedek
Esoteric researcher Drunvalo Melchizedek discussed the great Earth activations fueling 2012, the magnetic pole shift that is currently affecting humans around the world, and new ways in which humans will begin to perceive and communicate in the world. A magnetic pole shift can precede a catastrophic physical pole shift, and there is some evidence there was one 26,000 years ago, and again 13,000 years ago, which would mean we are due for another one, he said. According to Melchizedek, when a physical pole shift occurred over a 14-day period during the time of Atlantis, the people went crazy and lost their memory, and we had to start all over again.
In Chichen Itza in the Yucatan on 12/21/12, the calendar end date for a Mayan cycle, the Earth, the sun, and the center of our galaxy will align in an absolutely straight line, “and that hasn’t happened for almost 26,000 years,” he said. The Mayans will celebrate on December 22nd at the start of their new cycle, though there is a doomsday aspect to their prophecy, he continued. While they believe a massive cataclysmic event is coming, the Mayans have said that human consciousness will escape to a higher dimensional level on Earth, and experience a kind of ascension, he recounted.
He cited the significance of the human heart in Mayan and ancient cultures. Current research such as at HeartMath also points toward the intelligence of the heart, he noted, adding that inside the heart, small areas are generating toroidal fields that extend 8-10 feet out beyond the body. Regarding crop circles, Russian researchers decoded complex mathematics shown in authentic formations, and found a warning that Earth would suffer eight catastrophes in a row, and we can only survive the first one, Melchizedek reported, noting that the ancient Mayans reached a similar conclusion.
The first hour of the program featured Open Lines.
Coast to Coast AM is a North American (U.S. and Canada) late-night radio talk
show that deals with a variety of topics, but most frequently ones that relate to either the paranormal or conspiracy theories. The program currently airs seven nights a week 1:05 a.m. — 5:00 a.m. Eastern Time (10:05 p.m. — 2:00 a.m. Pacific Time).
Originally created and hosted by Art Bell, as of 2012 the program is hosted on most nights by George Noory. According to estimates by Talkers Magazine, Coast to Coast AM draws approximately 3 million listeners, making it the most listened-to program in its time slot
Format and subject matter
The Coast to Coast AM format consists of a combination of live callers and long format interviews. The subject matter covers unusual topics and is full of personal stories related to callers. While program content is often focused on paranormal and fringe subjects, sometimes world class scientists such as Michio Kaku and Brian Greene are featured in long format interviews. Topics discussed include the Near-death experience, climate change, cosmology, quantum physics, remote viewing, hauntings, contact with extraterrestrials, psychic reading, metaphysics, conspiracy theories, Area 51, crop circles, cryptozoology, Bigfoot, the Hollow Earth hypothesis, and science fiction literature, among others. Since the September 11, 2001 attacks, the events of that day (as well as alternate theories surrounding them) and current U.S. counter-terrorism strategy have also become frequent themes. George Noory, the main host since Art Bell retired, also takes interest in the 2012 phenomenon and believes something will happen.
George Noory hosts the show on weeknights and the first Sunday of every month, while John B. Wells hosts the show on Saturday nights, and Ian Punnett hosts the show on the second Sunday of every month. Las Vegas-based investigative journalist George Knapp hosts the 3rd and 4th Sunday of each month, and when there is a 5th Sunday, Rob Simone, Whitley Strieber or a fill-in will host the show. On some 3rd and 4th Sundays, Simone fills in for George Knapp.
Punnett announced on December 3, 2011 that as of the first of the new year, he will be hosting the show one Sunday a month. He said that he is suffering from tinnitus, increasingly severe and accelerating hearing loss, and headaches, thus prompting
him to take time off for treatment. John B. Wells, best known as a longtime professional voiceover announcer, took over as the Saturday night host.