posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 08:18 PM
Looking back at history - what could have been predicted that would have been good?
The end of wars, well people (politicians mostly) predict that all the time, but it doesn't happen.
An end to famine will also never really happen, as much as we might like it to, there will always be people who are worse off and receive less
education etc. even if human rights does manage by some miracle to make sure we all have enough to eat.
Apart from those two, any 'good' prediction would be a very localised event.
And that is why prophecies of good events never make it any further than a few people in the area concerned - nobody really cares.
Let me give you an example;
Princess Mary of Denmark (originally an Aussie girl) is pregnant. If I (or even a reknowned psychic) said that she was going to have a boy, would
anyone take any notice? Would it be sent around the world in emails?
No it wouldn't, although if she has a girl the laws of ascension need to be changed. Big deal really, it's Denmarks problem.
You can probably think of better ones, but I am brain-dead at the moment.
Psychics are always predicting this type of thing, who will win the next election, win a movie award etc. The thing is that it just doesn't matter to
most of us.