For instance, you remember how last year we pointed out the beginning of the escalation of events involving Canada and Russia. It was that information, foretold in the Henoch Prophecies, which caused (the formerly skeptical) Dr. Weinstein to make his rather strong endorsement of Meier.
Well, it looks like the Russians and Canadians just can’t resist doing everything possible to fulfill the prophecies. Let’s remember that prophecies are simply warnings of what will occur if people don’t make course corrections in time. Let’s also remember that there are tons of earthly prophets, in the form of meteorologists, financial analysts, architects, aeronautical engineers, physicists, astronomers, sportscasters, etc., all with varying degrees of accuracy.
They take known information and project outcomes based on the known data. So for those who are allergic to such unscientific terms as prophet, prophecy and prediction, please consider that what our modern day “prophets” do in their various fields would have seemed like black magic to many people long ago (as would the very existence of the sciences, etc., that we now take for granted).
As I wrote several years ago, trying to “outsmart the prophecies” isn’t the way to circumvent their fulfillment but will only lead to assuring their outcome. So as we follow the news of the day one may have a sense of déjà vu, or perhaps
feel that they’re in a real life version of Groundhog Day.
But rather than simply feel like helpless pawns in the global game, there’s no better time than now to start to learn how to see things as they really are…so as to apply the might of our thoughts to creating the individual and collective lives that we prefer. Yes, that is my suggestion for the best book on how to think that I know of.
And learning how to think is a step worth taking.