JUNIPER PROPHECY?

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 9:22 pm » by Spock


mikelkhall wrote:To those that "believe" there is a reason for everything, even if we don't comprehend what the reasons are. In order to be an exercise in learning the 'energetic explosion' must have something that is identifiable as knowledge that can be obtained through the experience.

IMHO I just got the f**k ran over and there was no higher power involved in trying to invoke any knowledge base to either the "runner over" or the "runned over". :wink:

Anywho, this is not about the accident but about prophecy not being an actual part of existence in the real world.



I would suggest you're misinterpreting what prophesy is. Is it possible that a celestial God knew that wreck would happen? Yes.

Is it possible that people learned things from the incident? Yes. Is it possible you have a new found feel of life, and are doing things right for you through this? Yes.

Is it possible, that the carless person that ran over you is going to be a much sharper driver? Yes.

Is it possible, that much "good" resolved from this mishap?

I have a very similar story - and thank God, nobody got hurt.

Was pulling out of Church on a Friday night. Never saw anybody. Crossing the lanes I hit a guy and spun his car backwards.

I saw sparks, then a small car going around 35mph backwards. He missed a telephone pole by inches.

After the wreck - he was walking up and down the road, on the phone - I was positive he was on drugs. I was positive he didn't have his lights on.

Cops came. Assessed the situation. Then the guys mother came (now this guy was older then me - and I was 41 at the time), His mother was soo sweet. She hugged me, and told me that her son (the guy I had wrecked into) was doing good and straitening out his life. She was just happy he was alive.

I still don't think the guy had his headlights on, but, oh well.

I ended up talking with him. He was certain he didn't do anything wrong, he also was very timid. He was not high in any way.

The police officer charged me with the accident, and was very gracious, understanding that accidents happen.

We exchanged phone numbers for insurance sake, and went on.

On the day of court, the guy I hit was there. I put my arm around his shoulder and asked if my insurance company had treated him fairly. He said, "Oh Yes".

When it came time to talk to the judge, the police office acted on my behalf, and the man I hit stood next to me. I had to pay a $120 fine, no points. And my insurance did not raise a cent.

The wreck totalled the little man's car. They got a new car out of it. He was so thankful that he wasn't killed, he saw life differently.

This is just life experience. But this is the way God works.

To me, more good came out of that collision, then if no collision had ever happened.

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 9:26 pm » by Antechrist


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antechrist wrote:The souls of men have been saved through Jesus Christ.

Read the book of Acts and the book of Revelation contradicts that fact.

But the words spoken from the Cross support it : "It is finished."
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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 9:28 pm » by Mikelkhall


antechrist wrote:
eliakim wrote:
antechrist wrote:The souls of men have been saved through Jesus Christ.

Read the book of Acts and the book of Revelation contradicts that fact.

But the words spoken from the Cross support it : "It is finished."


Another good "prophetic" book comes to mind. 1984 by George Orwell. Sorry, he wasn't a prophet he was a fiction writer. My bad.

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 10:29 pm » by Mozi!!a


@mikey sad story man :( wish you the best and thanks for sharing

i know what you mean :flop:

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 10:37 pm » by Nyarelathodep


Another good "prophetic" book comes to mind. 1984 by George Orwell. Sorry, he wasn't a prophet he was a fiction writer. My bad.[/quote]

Its better read as non fiction, which is what it is. Or perhaps you could say it was a mimetic fiction which is rapidly becomming true. And your thoughts on Edgar Casey? If you have any?
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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 10:38 pm » by Mikelkhall


Thanks demobe. I'm not as acrid as I sound. Just trying to enjoy myself.

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 10:40 pm » by Mozi!!a


mikelkhall wrote:Thanks demobe. I'm not as acrid as I sound. Just trying to enjoy myself.


you are awesome man :pray: :hugging: :cheers:

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 10:53 pm » by Mikelkhall


mikelkhall wrote:Another good "prophetic" book comes to mind. 1984 by George Orwell. Sorry, he wasn't a prophet he was a fiction writer. My bad.

nyarelathodep wrote:Its better read as non fiction, which is what it is. Or perhaps you could say it was a mimetic fiction which is rapidly becomming true. And your thoughts on Edgar Casey? If you have any?


Actually it is a dystopian novel and when Orwell wrote it (Eric Arthur Blair) it was then and is now fiction. He wrote it to show his view against Totalitarianism and his embracing of Democratic Socialism. He never wrote the piece to be any type of prophecy but just his disdain for Communism at that time. Its also the reason why he wrote Animal Farm.

Edgar Casey? The mad prophet? I really have problems with anyone who calls themselves prophets or goes into trances in order to receive information from the future or aliens or angels, etc. I honestly would love to believe that Atlantis is real and is still in one piece and we could hope to visit it some day. I have more faith in Plato than in Casey though.

I do believe that Ezekiel saw an UFO though. LOL

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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 11:02 pm » by Nyarelathodep


mikelkhall wrote:
nyarelathodep wrote:Another good "prophetic" book comes to mind. 1984 by George Orwell. Sorry, he wasn't a prophet he was a fiction writer. My bad.


Its better read as non fiction, which is what it is. Or perhaps you could say it was a mimetic fiction which is rapidly becomming true. And your thoughts on Edgar Casey? If you have any?


Actually it is a dystopian novel and when Orwell wrote it (Eric Arthur Blair) it was then and is now fiction. He wrote it to show his view against Totalitarianism and his embracing of Democratic Socialism. He never wrote the piece to be any type of prophecy but just his disdain for Communism at that time. Its also the reason why he wrote Animal Farm.

Edgar Casey? The mad prophet? I really have problems with anyone who calls themselves prophets or goes into trances in order to receive information from the future or aliens or angels, etc. I honestly would love to believe that Atlantis is real and is still in one piece and we could hope to visit it some day. I have more faith in Plato than in Casey though.

I do believe that Ezekiel saw an UFO though. LOL[/quote]
I understand 1984 to be far more truth than most history texts, regardless of the pretext it was written under. Both the book and the auther are intimatly known to me. Sometimes allegory makes for the best non-fiction. How much of whats going on in our world today would you say is represented in 1984?
So far as Mr. Casey, allow me to be more specific...what do you think of all the case studies conducted concerning the validity of his work? There are well over 2,000 of them, and your thought on these studies was where I was heading. Why have more faith in Plato than Casey? Do you construe them to be anti-thetical to each other? Concerning your commentary on precognition, do you believe ihe concept to be an impossibility? I could tell you a few cases of precognition on my part, should you like to hear them...though I would not expect you to believe them outright.
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PostMon Dec 27, 2010 11:25 pm » by Mikelkhall


[quote="nyarelathodep"][/quote]

I'm not as cynical as I sound. I have myself had events take place in my life that could be more easily explained as supernatural than natural. That being said I have no problem in my existing paradigm for a belief in prophecy or any other supernatural occurrences. My problem is with blind faith where a person believes in something but does not at least try to understand the true nature of what they believe in. "I believe in prophecy therefore there must be a God or some other higher power".

I believe in me. The human being. And I believe that we have great potential for good or evil. I also believe that since we operate on specific frequencies that we should, in effect, be able to manipulate those frequencies.

I believe that some people are able to do this unconsciously while others, i.e. remote viewers, are able to do so in a very limited way. This is only because we do not understand the true nature of our minds as yet.

Cayce might have been in tune with a part of his mind that most people aren't able to appreciate. He had some ideas about the soul, God, reincarnation, etc. that I have trouble swallowing. That doesn't mean that I don't believe that he might have been able to see things that we couldn't though. Tesla was a fantastic man who I believe was able to utilize a larger portion of his mind than most of us and was able to build complex devices in his head.


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