posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 08:41 PM
I can think of a few reasons why people might do it.
For one, there's what was already said above, namely just doing it for kicks.
There's a lot of people that abuse the anonymity that the internet provides. Actually, I would say we ALL have done this at one point or another.
This is just another means to gain entertainment.
Secondly, some people might actually do have some sort of information that they believe is correct. This could range from their own research they've
done or having talked to someone else who was absolutely convinced of a particular prediction.
Thirdly and quite controvertially, it could be that they are recieving information from some sort of greater/different plane, i.e. aliens or spirits
or through channeling or visions/dreams/whatever. Honestly, I don't know if any of this stuff is real because all my knowledge of these things are
based on information recieved from others.
I like to believe I'm open minded and I can acknowledge the fact that we don't have the answers to the universe.
Whatever the reason, the fundamental fact remains is that there is no proof readers of most/all predictions can grab on to. We just have to wait and
see if it turns to be correct and as such, my rule of thumb remains to stay skeptical but keep an eye on it.
I like reading predictions, even when they don't come true (like all of them it seems) but it opens my mind to possibilties and turns my gaze to
events in the world I would otherwise ignore.
It's all about how you view predictions. If you're here to find concrete answers so you know how to live your life for the future, you'll be
All the best,