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Posted: February 12, 2005, 12:14 pm - IP Logged

I've always thought this was true.

http://www.rednova.com/news/display/?id=126649

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    Posted: February 12, 2005, 12:30 pm - IP Logged

    cool.  thanks rick.

    love to nibble those micey feet.

     

                                 

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      A machine which is able to detect global conciousness and trends on what is about to happen probably can't detect anything else than that "something is about to happen".

      The scientists who monitors these machines probably follows the news closely to see what they detected.



      The brain is probably able to release small particles much smaller than atoms related to quantum physics which these machines are able to detect somehow(if you get my drift).

      The more people react to a world dvent the more these machines detect it.



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        Point taken, Millions, but how do you explain the different experiments of persons physically reacting to an dvent displayed to them before it happens?  (The polygraph and ESP tests for example?  The four hours before 9/11 and the 12 hours before the tsunami?  The reactions recorded on all of these 40+ different RNG's combined and correllated together?).

        BTW this is not a new thing...the results came out immediately after 9/11.  People fear being called weird and scientists most of all.  So you don't hear much about it in the mainstream news but with the tsunami effects recorded 12 hours before the dvent that killed almost a quater million people, maybe there is something to this?

        And you are 100% right...so far it only can tell us that something is going to happen but when and where are the questions remaining unanswered at this point.  But I like the direction of the Global Consciousness Study and one day, maybe not in our lifetimes, we may be able to harness this inexplicable phenomenon.

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          Quote: Originally posted by MillionsWanted on February 12, 2005

          A machine which is able to detect global conciousness and trends on what is about to happen probably can't detect anything else than that "something is about to happen".

          The scientists who monitors these machines probably follows the news closely to see what they detected.



          The brain is probably able to release small particles much smaller than atoms related to quantum physics which these machines are able to detect somehow(if you get my drift).

          The more people react to a world dvent the more these machines detect it.




          Where did you obtain this info? Do you have any links? Thanks.
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              Perhaps it is people sdventh sense it detects? I believe people might have that kind of sense.



              Quote: Originally posted by Potential on February 12, 2005

              Quote: Originally posted by MillionsWanted on February 12, 2005

              A machine which is able to detect global conciousness and trends on what is about to happen probably can't detect anything else than that "something is about to happen".

              The scientists who monitors these machines probably follows the news closely to see what they detected.



              The brain is probably able to release small particles much smaller than atoms related to quantum physics which these machines are able to detect somehow(if you get my drift).

              The more people react to a world dvent the more these machines detect it.








              Where did you obtain this info? Do you have any links? Thanks.






              It was just a speculation trying to find a reason for the behaviour of the machines.

              I don't claim it to be true.
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                ...One more thing to consider and I know some folks in here will disagree and insist on rigged drawings, but the number 911 came out in NY eve. draw on the one year anniversary of that dvent.  Was it fixed or were there so many people thinking about that number in this world, in that state and on that day, it just happened to come in?  I prefer to think the human mind is a whole lot more powerful than we know.  But each to his own.  I'd rather look at the glass half full and not half empty....otherwise I wouldn't drink from it.

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                  I would think that Millions last post about quantum physics has a lot of merit.  There is no proof of any of this but then again, when I was in school, the smallest particle known to man was the atom.  Now we are into muons, etc.

                  My son works for Fermilab and they are in the process of shooting small particles (I think they're muons)straight through the earth without any physical interference from IL to a Minnesota receptor.  This defies all physics of matter that we learned as kids.

                  My feelings are that everything in the universe from atoms to galaxies to all of life processes and "time" is balanced, organized, and using Einstein's word, 'relative' in some fashion.  We only know one-millionth of it.

                  My favorite point in the article referred to Deja Vu.  It has happened so many times to me and I'm sure to most of you.  How can this be explained in our ordinary conception of our minds?  Have we already read the future and when the dvent happens only then do we realize that we have done so?  We just don't know how it works yet, but mark my words, when we do it will make lotteries a thing of the past. 

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                    The Pick-3 ( 911 ) drawing in my opinion was a "TRUE" Phenomena and I DOUBT very seriously that it was "Rigged" but like you said there maybe some who think otherwise or that it was just a coincidence.

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                      Fascinating article. 

                      I've heard about this before; back in the late 70's, Professor Jahn worked for several years with Yuri Gellar, who demonstrated telekinetic powers. He could move small objects across a table without physical contact, bend spoons with his mind, and claimed he could induce astral projection at will. The results of Jahn's experiments were astounding, to say the least, and his work with Gellar defies any logical or scientific explanation to this day. In addition to his other talents, Gellar was able to think about an object and then project the image onto photographic paper.

                      It was around this same period that Jahn postulated his theories on his black box experiments but, of course, the scientific community was somewhat more than skeptical. Jahn was attacked in scientific publications as being an eccentric who loved the spotlight. Fortunately, there were enough closet supporters to continue his work in this area, and from what I read in the article, this technology might be available in our lifetime.

                      Edgar Cayce was another man who believed in a collective subconscious. Known as "The Sleeping Prophet," he created several millionaires during the Depression by analyzing investors' dreams and then telling them what stocks they should buy or sell, according to the interpretation of the dream. Thousands of his "readings" were recorded on paper. They are stored at the Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE) in Virginia Beach, VA, where Cayce made his home. A friend and I visited frequently while we were stationed there, and we had the opportunity to peruse many of those documents. It's mind-boggling to realize that he could put himself to sleep and then travel to any place in the world.

                      For example, a young boy once wrote to him from Kentucky, making it clear in his letter that Cayce was his last hope. The boy, about 11 years old, had a disease which was causing him to go blind. His parents had shuffled him around the country visiting one specialist after another, but their prognoses were always very dire; he was going to lose his sight, and they should stop wasting time visiting doctors and prepare for the inevitable. After doing a reading on him (remember, the kid lives in Kentucky, and Cayce is in Virginia Beach), Cayce wrote back with specific instructions: He was to go to a certain drug store in his town and ask the pharmacist for a bottle of "Oil of Smoke." He was to put the drops in his eyes several times per day until the medicine was gone and his infection was eradicated.

                      The boy ran to the drug store and asked the pharmacist for the prescribed potion. The druggist, however, told the poor kid that no such product existed; he didn't have any. The boy wrote back to Cayce, telling him he must have made a mistake, and again made his desperate plea for help. Cayce was crushed. He had never been wrong before, and so decided then and there to do another reading for the boy.

                      He wrote back after the second reading, again with very specific instructions. The boy went back to the druggist and told him to look in the stockroom. He was to clear off the third shelf toward the back wall, and there, behind a panel in the wall behind the shelf, he would find some Oil of Smoke. The pharmacist was skeptical, but said later he could see the desperation on the boy's face, and felt he had to indulge him. He did as the boy asked and returned several minutes later with his mouth open and three bottles of Oil of Smoke in his hands. The kid recovered and dventually became one of Cayce's most staunch supporters. He donated thousands of dollars to the ARE (Cayce never charged for his readings) during his lifetime and also provided for a small endowment in his will.

                      There are many things in this world we don't understand. We tend to discredit what we cannot see and touch, dismissing what could be paranormal phenomena as nothing more than coincidence. The odds of one of us being struck by lightning are approximately 1 in 600,000 (depending on the source), yet several people have been struck three or more times, and one man has been hit an incredible seven times (so far) during his lifetime. According to the National Weather Service, the odds of surviving one lightning strike are 1 in 10, so the chances of surviving being hit on seven different occasions must approach those of winning the PowerBall jackpot. On one of those occasions, the man was sitting in his recliner in his living room when lightning came through the window and knocked him out of his chair, melting a small hole in the glass. Does this man possess a chemical makeup which is exclusive only to him? His unfortunate experiences would seem to indicate that something about him is different from the rest of us, but doctors and scientists have been unable to find anything unique in his physiology; he's no different than anyone else, at least physically.

                      The Earth itself is a lifeform unlike any other which lives on its surface. The planet eats, breathes and suffers self-healing injuries in the forms of man-made and natural disasters. We don't think of Earth as being alive, because it doesn't fit into the popular definition of carbon-based lifeforms with lungs or gills. Consequently, we tend to think of our planet as being largely inanimate. While I have never seen an extraterrestrial alien, I do believe that life can exist in forms of which we have no concept. Likewise, I believe Man has an undiscovered mental capacity and abilities beyond his comprehension. However, we must be cautious. Given Man's self-destructive and violent nature, it could be a very dark day for our species when these abilities are finally harnessed.

                      Come, Pinky; we must prepare for tomorrow night...

                      Jim

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                        Jim, a very excellent post and anyone who has not read about Edgar Cayce and the ARE should.  This is a classic example of how one's psychic abilities can be used for the benefit of others but not necessarily for themselves.  One of the stories about Cayce was that his house was about to be foreclosed on for 4 hundred-some dollars and the day it was due he received that ecaxt amount of money from an unexpected source.  He lived and died a poor man in his own right but he helped many people enrich their own lives mightily and in a strange manner.

                        The only point of your post I would disagree with is your last sentence.  This type of power cannot be used for destructive purposes because it goes against all other principles of the universe.  An aberration (such as evil and destruction) is corrected for the survival of the universe just like our bodies help a wound to heal on its own. 

                        Thanks...Great post...hope people read about Edgar!

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                          Quote: Originally posted by Rick G on February 12, 2005


                          ...One more thing to consider and I know some folks in here will disagree and insist on rigged drawings, but the number 911 came out in NY eve. draw on the one year anniversary of that dvent.  Was it fixed or were there so many people thinking about that number in this world, in that state and on that day, it just happened to come in?  I prefer to think the human mind is a whole lot more powerful than we know.  But each to his own.  I'd rather look at the glass half full and not half empty....otherwise I wouldn't drink from it.


                          now I believe this,we were talking about a collective causeing an outcome I believe that this was not fixed

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                            jim695 please continue

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                              Hello Jim, Bird, and everyone!  What a great discussion.  I got interested in Uri Gellar last year and bought several of his books, researched him online, and even emailed with him directly for a while!  His psychic  phenomena is.... whoa... I have no words for it.  He's amazing.  (He and I have the same birthday, by the way. ;)  So, I got all interested in spoonbending..... found I have zero talent for spoonbending!  lol  However, I've had some similar things happen as he described when I was a kid ... for instance every watch I ever tried to wear broke within a day or two.  And I still have a very bad effect on electronics of all sorts.  Luckily I have a good effect on my cars, and sometimes they will only start for me.

                              Wondering about you all?  Have you experimented with spoonbending?  What about electronics?  And have you ever "put out a streetlight" by just driving under it in your car? 

                              Uri apparently went to a casino once, and only once, and used his talents to win a whole huge amount of money.  But, while he was driving home with it his "guide" or something, he's not sure what, was really angry at him!  And it scared Uri so badly that he says he threw all the money out the window of his car over a passing bridge into the water, as I recall.  So, Uri is against using his talents to win the lottery! 

                              I couldn't find the link to the article that started this thread.  When I open the page it has a whole lot of articles.  Can someone direct me as to where to read this please?

                              Jim, thanks for sharing your story of Edgar Cayce and the boy and the oil of smoke.  Have also done some Cayce reading over the years and wow, I just wish I'd had the privelege to have met that amazing man. 

                              Interesting to note that both of these extraordinary psychics refuse to accept money for their talents.  yet, here we are writing about them on a lottery post!  ha!

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