Originally posted by Ronnie6657
Where did you see this vision? Were you sleeping? Meditating? Outside or inside? What were your surroundings?
This was a very weird sensation, and I appreciate the opportunity to describe it to you.
I was reading a post on ATS in this forum, dealing with Billy Meier Predictions. The actual thread I was reading is
I think this was about 10:00 PM.
After exploring the content of that thread, I just wandered around a bit, thinking of fate, and wondering how it ties into consciousness. You might
say I was in a reverie of sorts. I walked out on the back deck of my house for about 30 minutes, pondering about the nature of time and consciousness.
I came back to look at the above thread again, but found another thread on synchronicity
which I wrote a brief reply to. This was around 11:00 PM.
After finishing the post on synchronicity. I switched from thinking about the future, to thinking about synchronicity, and suddenly a strange and
unexpected idea popped into my head with a very powerful force. It just occurred, as if it was the answer to some math equation that you’ve been
search for, or the name of someone you have been trying to remember.
This eerie thought stunned me, and was as follows "All conscious thought comes from the distant future."
As this thought occurred, I realized the thought was highly self-referential. The thought itself had come from the distant future, and arrived at that
moment. It seemed a kind of proof to me. And I felt a very strong sense of destiny. It was a very strange and intoxicating feeling. My heart was
racing. The experience lasted several minutes. I was wondering if I was having some sort of delusional experience. This is difficult to understand,
but for a minute, I had a very strong sense of prescience and precognition about me.
Was I delusional? It seemed like something very easy to test! I thought about what I wanted to predict – this is important – I felt free to
choose the topic of my prediction. It wasn’t a specific vision of the future, but somehow a feeling like I could predict something – anything I
focused on – with a high degree of accuracy.
I had been thinking about electric cars earlier that day. I opened a new MS Word document on my computer and wrote down the line “Strategic Nuclear
Power Reserve”, and with a single pass, almost as if it was automatic writing, I had finished the OP that started this thread. I can’t really
describe it as a “vision” – but the word does seems to fit.
During that time, I felt a huge sense of fatefulness about me – not really just to post some trivial prediction about nuclear power (which I
obviously did) but to actually prove to myself that our consciousness exists in the future, and help formulate a mechanism by which prophesy and
prescience is possible.
This is essential to understanding why I created this post: I knew it wasn’t going to generate a lot of commentary or hits on this subject. It is a
somewhat trivial prediction (Who really cares about strategic nuclear power reserves?) I just wanted to document something that I knew would come
true, so I could prove that I had established an understanding of fate and destiny, and that prophesy is actually possible.
Within several minutes of posting the prediction. I lost that sense of prescience, and I can’t really remember today what it felt like. I felt a
little stupid. I read the rules post for the forum and saw that amateurs weren’t suppose to post without permission. I sent a U2U message to
ADVISOR, then tried to cool off a bit by reading some more threads.
I spent about a full hour, just coming down from the experience. And I started wondering about the topic. Had I seen something like this somewhere
At around 1:30 AM, I Googled “Strategic Nuclear Power Reserve” and found zero hits on that phrase. I set up a Google News alert, and added the
postscript to my thread that you see above. The fact that I couldn’t find any Google hits on the phrase definitely restored a sense of importance to
So there you go. I have a lot of doubts about the post today, but I remember clearly, at the moment I wrote the post, how strongly I believed it was
No – I don’t do drugs and hadn’t been drinking. Yes – I’ve felt this sense of prescience before, but have never really tested it as
comprehensively as I am doing now. Maybe I’ve been spending too much time on ATS lately, really devoting myself to some of the topics here, and that
is the problem (or the benefit.)
I know I’ve been a bit long winded. If this prediction comes true, this explanation might be very important. If the prediction turns out to be
false, I guess this is just another inane ATS post without much point, as some (but not all) ATS posts appear to be. We should know relatively soon
whether this is true or not.
Thanks for listening!
(Edited to correct markup code.)
[edit on 23-1-2008 by Buck Division]