The Midnight Ocean with Guest Marshall Masters

| October 14, 2016

The Midnight Ocean with Jeff NortonIn the last year I’ve been seeing a really exciting trend. More people are showing up on YouTube to talk about the coming Planet X tribulation and more radio hosts are talking about planning and preparation in a serious way.

When I received a request for an interview from Jeff Norton of The Midnight Ocean, I do what I always do with requests from shows I do not recognize. I check them out and what I saw with Jeff is that he is just really getting started with his show. However, an inner voice told me that I needed to do this interview and like I say, “destiny comes to those who listen.” So I agreed to the interview.

That being said, what the inner voice did not tell me is that this interview would run four hours and 20 minutes long. When you’re a guest on the show for that long, you walk away from the interview feeling like the universe stuck a straw through your ear and sucked your brains out. But it was worth it

Jeff is an up-and-coming radio talent who brings carloads of passion and energy to his shows and so the interview felt more like the two of us were having pizza and beer and commiserating about the world and Planet X. That’s when an interview becomes fun and what made this interview really engaging for me, is Jeff’s passion for planning and preparation. He’s just not talking the talk. He’s walking the walk!

For those of you who feel a sense of preparation paralysis because your friends and families are humiliating you for your awareness, you really need to listen to this interview. This is because when you hear Jeff’s passion for preparation and what he is doing, you will be inspired.

The Midnight Ocean with Guest Marshall Masters
Streamed live on Oct 13, 2016


Marshall Masters is a former CNN Science Features news producer, freelance writer, television analyst and the publisher of YOWUSA.COM. Since 1999, he has been researching earth changes and Nibiru flyby-related topics including: sustainable survival communities, catastrophic crop circles, impact events and future technologies. Like many others, Marshall sees a dark cloud coming. What makes him different is that he also sees a silver lining – a noble and inspiring Star Trek future.


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