||Tony R. Elliott has written stories for Fate Magazine for the last 4 years, OP-ED News. He has been a Political Columnist for The Cimarron News Press in Cimarron, New Mexico from 2001 to 2003. He has also written featured editorials in several Southern Oregon coastal newspapers during the 1990s. You can email Tony at email@example.com.
Predictions, Collective Consciousness and Ripples in Time!by Tony R. Elliott
Posted: 12:36 October 19, 2008
Not surprising the October 14, 2008 prediction of UFOs appearing was wrong. I have always been a skeptic when it comes to people who claim to know that a certain event that will happen sometime down the road.
It is like witnessing an airliner crash along with all the vivid images of smoke, debris, fire, and death in a dream and predicting the event to come in a certain time frame. The trouble is that if you wait, long enough a plane crash will occur at some time in the future, the laws of averages will make it so.
Who is to say that Blossom Godchild’s October 14 prediction of contact was wrong? It may be that she really got the message from beyond telling her of such an event, but perhaps it will come years later.
To grasp the meaning of brain function that causes a person to believe they saw a vision of the future or heard something tell them of such an event one has to examine their dreams, subconscious thoughts, and desires.
Desire to experience an event plays the biggest role in wrong predictions because if one is an avid believer in UFOs for instance they will be apt to experience thoughts of contact, abductions and all the hype associated with what they have come to know. Desires can cloud the line between the conscious and subconscious mind to where it becomes indistinguishable.
However, there are individuals who can receive information from the future because they have reached a point of spiritual growth where they have a connection to the collective conscious. These people are not to be confused with fortunetellers and others who claim to be able to predict the future. These people have become one with the billions of minds that inhabit this planet.
A fortuneteller will take what information they can from an individual such as background, employment skills, personal information and concerns then assess their future according to this information.
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