It is interesting to me how certain "predictions" take on a life of their own. Partly this is a function of youtube -- if there is a video then the prediction is, somehow, more "real -- and partly it is a function of a twisted "scientifically-validated" non-sense that some folks try to "attach" to their "methodology". Honestly, I get really tired of people asking me about so and so's prediction. I bring this up because of this week's earthquake in Mexico and the "expected" earthquake on March 22nd in LA.
A few weeks ago I said that I felt there was going to be a major earthquake near LA. Here is what I wrote the day of the earthquake in Mexico 3 days ago:
"What I saw, in my "inner movie channel" was something akin to a tree root being pulled up out of the ground, starting near Japan and moving towards North America, where it would "erupt" in a major > 7.5 earthquake. When I saw the quakes moving eastward a few days ago I thought "uh oh -- it can't be long."
I felt it would be near LA and it seemed "LA-like" to me as I felt it was near an area with millions and millions of people. I forget about Mexico City . . . which would also satisfy that visual image.
Will there still be one in LA? Honestly, I don't know -- which is the most truthful answer I can give you. I felt it "super strong" a few weeks back and looked for it every day for the past 10 days or so . . . I "knew" it was going to happen but this is not an "exact science" and you take the impulses / images and make your best estimate as to what it means . . . and where it might be."
Then, as a response to a comment that I should read so and so, I answered with this:
"I try not to listen to others too much . . . I don't mean that to sound arrogant but I kind of go with whatever pops in my head and I actually put a lot of faith in what I get even if it may perhaps contradict others. Obviously, if I am seeing it (and it is valid) then of course there are many others seeing it, too . . . and of course there are many times when the "others" are correct and I am not
but all things being equal, I tend to have a high degree of confidence in what I "see" -- The Twins, Terry Jamison and Linda, are perhaps the best I've seen and I have a lot of confidence in what they say, too -- because I have seen it happen more than once and have heard it straight from them in private before things happened, so I can verify their talents. There are many others, too
but usually I try to avoid the predictions of others and just go pure channel for myself."
I bring all this up because several people really sort of got on their high-horse that I was an idiot because I DIDN'T agree with the "viral prediction" of an earthquake hitting on exactly March 22. It amazes me how "herd-like" people get with this -- if it is repeated often enough, then the idea takes on a weight and validity all its own. Truthfully, I am kind of amazed at how desperate people are to find an "i-phone app" that can be "scientifically proven" when, over and over, the ones most often showing real insight in to what might happen in the future are psychics and not scientists or "experts".
In answer to those who kept asking me about the "certain" killer quake heading for LA on the 22nd, I wrote this the day before: "I had predicted a couple of weeks back an imminent major (7.5 or greater) earthquake hitting near LA . . . I personally think the earthquake yesterday in Mexico WAS the earthquake I was sensing; it happened pretty much when I thought and close to where I thought . . . and at the scale I thought, as well.
I, personally, would be surprised to see another massive quake like that any time soon . . . this is my answer to those asking if I feel there will be a major quake tomorrow.
I talked a lot about the earth "heating up" at the end of February and a few weeks ago said there would be a second wave of "heat" that would occur this month . . . the past week, to me, was that second wave. I feel a calmness now within the Earth . . . it doesn't feel as constricted as it did this time last month."
I realize that the "psychic world" is filled with charlatans and kooks and ego-maniacs. Yes, I understand that all too well.
However, there are many brilliant, ethical, totally plugged-in people all across the globe with a true finger on the pulse of the future. Why do we still keep circling back to the need for a web-bot or some giant future-thermometer?
When will people realize that what we do is unique and not reproducible by a machine?