reply to post by newsoul
I'm still working on the Indiana thing but I have a theory that might explain it. However I want to see if "the authorities" come up with a feasible
explanation within the next day or two. I suspect they won't and more likely, they'll come out with something that sounds okay providing a person
doesn't look at it too closely.
If they produce a plausible explanation then my theory can probably be shelved. If they don't then I'll post it. (The post with its links and images
is mostly written already.)
Now on to something more important right now. Namely, you.
Originally posted by newsoul
[snip] My anxiety level is over the top, I can't concentrate and I just keep coming back to the same questions. Am I seeing pieces of a puzzle, or
am I just getting random events. Are the events I am getting leading to a bigger event, I really think so. But why? What am I supposed to do with
all of this?
I know what you mean. This is a bit different from run-of-the-mill anxiety about common, daily events and quite a few of us have been through this
many times and still find it hard to deal with. But, you learn to adapt and manage it. Everyone finds their own way to do that, but we can help each
other with advice and support.
Pieces of a puzzle, or random events? Well, I guess it's both in a way. It's like a puzzle but the order in which we get the pieces can be random.
"Normal", linear time can take a back seat in these cases. And besides the time sequence being messed up (from our human perspective), you get some
pieces, other people get others.
For example, the past couple of days have been extraordinary, because we had Cait talking about London, you concerned about something coming up and
(as first mention) you say "Indiana", then a quake occurs in your state, just 57 miles east of London, KY. And then today (or late last night US time)
there is this weird explosion event in Indiana.
Meanwhile, yesterday evening (my time), I'm working with some here on that "Sweet Home, Alabama" thing and then it dawns: maybe it's not the state
that matters, but the first part of the name. Half an hour later I'm down to places called Sweet Home in both AR and OR, and soon I've narrowed it
down to OR. (Hopefully rightly!) So after drawing a line on a map from a Cascadia in Seattle to a Cascadia in OR, I find it passes right through
Gresham, OR -- which is where Laser's dream back in February was set. A place he had to google to find out about -- after
his dream! The day
(or night) after my dream, which was probably in Seattle -- a place I've never even been to.
Out of all the possibilities, the line goes right through Gresham. I couldn't have faked all that up if I tried. It just worked out as it did, and the
odds of it are so crazy low that I expect it means something. Like Indiana does. Like London, KY does. Like Sweet Home (both of them) do.
So, what are you supposed to do with all of this? The same thing we're all trying to do.
We'll keep putting the pieces together and see where they
lead. There is no way we can shout warnings from the rooftops and neither should we dare. I wish we could sometimes but we are not ready yet. But
eventually we might reach one of those "eureka!" moments.
Then, if we can work out the key
to the puzzle -- how it is we get all these seemingly random images, places, concepts, names and times; all
these things that clearly are not really random at all
-- then we may be able to work together more efficiently and solve these puzzles much
faster. That's the goal.
Because then, we may get some consistent results.
And then, maybe it will be time to head up to the rooftops.
Newsoul, I've been working on this for years, but it's only in the past few months that these pieces are really starting to come together as more
members get involved. And now we are beginning to get pieces of the puzzle that are directly connecting to others.
I feel that's progress.
Working together, we can get there. And most importantly of all, none of us has to go through this alone.
edit on 11/11/12 by JustMike because: (no reason given)