posted on Jan, 2 2010 @ 02:51 AM
Anybody catch it on New Year's Eve? It's always nice to hear Art Bell's voice, but the inanity of the callers was a bit much. The idea was that
people were supposed to meditate, see if any predictions came to them, and then call in to report what they'd seen during their meditations.
Instead we had a bunch of yokels, yahoos, idiots, and dreamers calling in with the most absurd natural disaster and sci-fi fantasies imaginable. For
example, one lady said there'd be confirmed proof of bigfoot, 'cause one would be found in the Arizona desert. And it would turn out that the
military's been secretly breeding bigfeet at "Area 52."
When Art asked her why they were breeding bigfeet, her best guess was to use them as a weapon.
Could be a great sci-fi story in the right hands, but a psychic prediction? This actually came to you while you were in a state of deep meditation?
The rest of the calls were just as stupid, with the occasional buffoon completely ignoring Art's instructions and reciting political rants poorly
disguised as psychic predictions.
Doesn't ever occur to anybody that it might seem a little odd that their alleged psychic predictions just happen to be about stuff that's constantly
discussed on Coast-to-Coast? I'd think that legitimate visions of real events that were really going to happen in the near future might occasionally
contain material that was less sensational and more plausible.