posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 09:29 AM
I wanted to return to this thread to add a couple of things.
I think it is wonderful for a change that the communication on here lacked the usual 911 back and forth bicker about who's right? That is
It seems to me that the idea that most of what has been interpreted as "foreknowledge" about the event can be attributed to other than prescience or
For part of their short lifetime the twin towers were the tallest buildings in the world in the most influential city, country on the planet. And if
"the center of world trade", then one would expect that popularity to attract a lot of attention in film and media. Which it did.
Looking back we see some interesting parallels that now seem to foreshadow certain aspects of their demise. That has less to do with the paranormal I
think than the search for revenue. I don't exclude all the examples, like the "Illuminati" card game for instance, but personally am really looking
for examples of a more prophetic nature.
There is another major event that was preceded by a novel with uncanny accuracy:
The man who foresaw the
sinking of the Titanic
comes to mind.
Too bad that modern organized religion has poisoned the events predicted in the bible relating to current events. What John saw in his visions while
exiled to Patmos Island have got to be some of the most interesting. Many of course regard Nostradamus, The Delphi Oracle and others as credible
"seers" of the future but as soon as you mention the bible everybody has spasms of one form or another.
Too bad. They miss out on some good first hand observer accounts of events in the time line of history. Try to imagine the difficulty of seeing modern
times through the eyes of a man who lived 2000 years ago. Of course he used symbology in a desperate attempt to interpret his visions, which were of
the events themselves.
With that in mind read Revelations Chptr 18 and compare it to 911 from that ancient perspective. The references to Babylon has fallen, has fallen (two
times) or the angels coming down and lighting the ground with their glory. The ships that stood off and lamented the burning of the great city.
Everyone covered with dust (?). These are but a few of the many direct observations made by a man who little understood the workings of things like
modern aircraft, television, etc., but who witnessed them directly in his head all those many centuries ago.
Just my opinion. Look and see for yourself.