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i will pray for it not to happen then. and i hope that others will pray instead of waiting for it to happen. i just get the feeling that if we want something to happen, then we could subconsciously will it to happen. maybe that's too new age thinking, but it's just my belief- that any thought negative or positive, although not acted out, would inadvertently affect the balance of the world. it's just my belief..

but it is worrisome because there had just been an attack at US embassy in Yemen, and it felt like it was a decoy for something to come.....

i hope not..

it is worrisome because there had just been an attack at US embassy in Yemen, and it felt like it was a decoy for something to come.....

It's not inconceivable that Al Qaeda would try something right before the elections, in the hope of influencing the outcome. This was a tactic they applied (successfully) in Spain. I think it would backfire here, but they may not know that.

Of course, they may not have the organization, money, or personnel to pull it off anyway.

By the way, I should have noted that the experiment will be more effective if the predictions are posted online before anything happens. That way, if something does occur, there will be a record showing that the premonition preceded the event. Otherwise, we have to take the webmasters' word for it.

As you say, Michael, bad stuff happens all the time, and always will.

Since 9/11, there has unfortunately been a surge of wannabe psychics aiming to promote their own ego by connecting themselves to predictions of suffering and catastrophe.

This is repulsive and shameless.

We should all strive to repress the encroaching cynicism of our time, even though some of the cynicism has obvious roots in current events.

I remember hearing about a similar thing in 1994. Several people reported independent premonitions that something significant was going to happen in June (nothing did)

I would say take such things with a grain of salt.

The election has emotions running high. The events on Wall Street has people deeply concerned. These events can affect people's dreams

Hmmmmm. Interesting. It was brought to my attention a few days ago that a well known remote viewer (NO . . . NOT Ed Dames) has left for Europe because of what this individual has "seen" coming within the next 60 days. The info that I receivced had a tiny bit more specificity than that you show above.

As for me I am not the biggest fan of remote viewing, but I do monitor the parapsychological field as best I can, and pay attention to published premonitions.

Like all of you, I hope for the best.

This system, unsustainable, is now crashing and all the King's horses..............

I find myself comforting my anxiety with the fact that the research and insights presented on this very site tells me that the most important two things in the Universe- Love and Wisdom- are not lost, no matter what else is destroyed. Faith!

Thanks Michael.

"This system, unsustainable, is now crashing and all the King's horses.............."

Exactly. Forget remote viewing and keep an eye on Bloomberg news. It's already started. When organizations like Fannie Mae and AIG start failing, well, that's a bit more than losing a high profile building. Although maybe this is foreshadowing some natural disaster...

that's a bit more than losing a high profile building.

Let's not forget the lives lost on 9-11. So far, this financial crisis has cost jobs and money, but no lives.

For the record, I think the financial sector will shake off the current problems in short order. Our system is remarkably resilient. Those hoping for a new Great Depression will be disappointed again.

"Those hoping for a new Great Depression will be disappointed again."

People like George Soros and (former Bundesbank chairman) Ottmar Issing, who have built reasonably credible careers analysing markets (and have strong personal vested interest in the continuing economic prosperity of the current system), are actually saying this will will be worse than the Great Depression. Whilst I would put my hands up and confess to fairly high levels of schadenfraude at the demise of the dot conmen and credit derivative sharks I actually think this debacle is part of a benign chain of events that will collapse capitalism and competitivness and will bring people closer together.

"Those hoping for a new Great Depression will be disappointed again."

'Hoping for'? Don't you mean 'fearing'? (unless you refer to people who are foolish enough to seek the end of unsustainable American lifestyles)
;-)

I do not agree that the American lifestyle is unsustainable, Pete. Although it would take three Earths to sustain everyone in the American lifestyle, two thirds of the world will remain in relative poverty due to natural disasters and difficult environmental circumstances.

Don't you mean 'fearing'?

There are always people hoping for catastrophe, and disappointed when we muddle through, as we usually do.

...events that will collapse capitalism and competitivness and will bring people closer together.

I haven't had that premonition but if it happened, that would be wonderful. The People's Republic of the USA modeled after Cuba or North Korea.
We'd all be broke but at least we'd feel closer together.

MP,
>By the way, I should have noted that the experiment will be more effective if the predictions are posted online before anything happens. That way, if something does occur, there will be a record showing that the premonition preceded the event. Otherwise, we have to take the webmasters' word for it. <
Provided the webmasters still exist beyond the event, otherwise we'll just have to take the Master's word for it ;)

Somewhere I read that with communism man exploits man with capitalism it is the other way around.

We humans almost always blame people and very seldom look at the system that created the problems. Systems and ideologies impact human behavior and instead of understanding this simple concept with our current “crisis” we blame just about everyone. Taxpayers, CEO’s, home buyers, mortgage brokers, banks, government, political parties, illegals, evil enemies; the who to blame list is almost endless. Nations learn lessons just as we individuals often learn from our fail to appreciate “mistakes”.

An involution and evolution of consciousness thing. But then if we were created with perfect awareness there would be no perceived us just Isness.

The conditions that lead to the Great Depression don't exist now. The Federal Reserve tightened the money supply back then, we were on the gold standard. And the world went on a protectionist spree.

What that meant is there was no money available to pay people or expand business, and you couldn't trade. This was pre-FDIC, so bank failures wiped out people's savings

...events that will collapse capitalism and competitivness and will bring people closer together.

I don't think a collapse would bring people closer together, it would have an opposite effect. People would have to scramble to secure basic necessities like food and fuel. There'd be hoarding and some would get quite aggressive and violent about it.

There's nothing in human history that suggests that people would ever live in peace and harmony, especially in times of scarcity.

"There's nothing in human history that suggests that people would ever live in peace and harmony"

Well I for one like the lifestyle in Star Trek: Insurrection. Anyone for that?

Teri I think Americans are a long way from insurrection but I suspect Jefferson might agree with you.
“The marvel of history is the patience with which men and women submit to burdens unnecessarily laid upon them by their governments.
- William E. Borah (1865-1940)Speech in the U.S. Senate”
What I find interesting is the power of paradigms. In spite of the evidence we find it almost impossible to even challenge our exisiting paradigms. We blame others and/or deflect the information but the paradigm remains intact.

http://ukpetsearch.freeuk.com/mgchapman/

Hello Michael,

I thought you might be interested in this site if you don't already know about it.
You have a very interesting blog. Many thanks
Neale

Thanks for the link to Michael Chapman's Web site, Neale.

Michael Chapman is the son of George Chapman, and, as Zerdini said in one of his comments, the son is continuing his father's work. On the homepage, the link called "More Things in Heaven and Earth" takes you to a write-up on Michael's work.

There's nothing in human history that suggests that people would ever live in peace and harmony, especially in times of scarcity. - Tony S
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Our whole purpose of being here is to experience "duality and separation." Peace and harmony would defeat that goal. Duality and separation teach the soul what it means and how it feels to be a separate, unique, individual. Can't learn it in the Spiritual Universe due to those overwhelming feelings of oneness and connectedness that so many near death experiencers comment about. So it has to be learned here. We are Spiritual beings having a physical experience. Only here for a short while, just long enough to experience duality and separation, time and space, and imprint memories on the soul of what it means and how it feels to be a separate, unique, individual and what time and space look and feel like.

"I was told that before we're born, we have to take an oath that we will pretend time and space are real so we can come here and advance our spirit. If you don't promise, you can't be born." excerpt from Jeanie Dicus' near-death experience
http://near-death.com/experiences/articles004.html

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