posted on Aug, 22 2009 @ 03:05 PM
Originally posted by OzWeatherman
I dont know if this one can be done but here goes...
1. Is the pendulum ever wrong?
In my experience the pendulum can give answers to question you could be aware of by using what is usually called a sixth sense (i.e. the ability to
pick up on small clues without relly knowing you have done so.
This means that you can ask questions like "does he live north of here?". Sometimes we have that knowledge locked away in our brain because we have
seen this information sometime. Perhaps in a different post. Or as with all yes/no answers - one has a 50% chance of being right.
And sometimes we do actually somehow connect to a source that gives us the right answer. Telepathy? Maybe.
Aswers regarding life on Venus is pure speculation and the answer given by the pendulum might be pure guesswork or it might be shown because of ones
Another world war is a given. If asked about a new world war you don't need a pendulum to say yes.
Even if you say yes, and it never happens it will be forgotten. And if you refer from giving a very short time span it will most certaily be
I'll leave you with these thoughts:
Had we been able to foresee the future in any reliable way we wouldn't have had so many dates for the end of the world - and still be here.
Find the old newspapers from 9/11 and read the HorrorScopes
Think of how many people went to work thinking that they had "luck in love", "would meet the man of their dream", "come into money", "go on a
Not ONE word about "Stay home or die".