reply to post by Foundryman
Ugghh. Clarifying. I hate to clarify.
These sorts of premonitions are sent out to be passed along to CHANGE the probability. Nothing is set in stone. I'm still hoping somebody grows some
gonads and marches in, takes his new toy and, then sticks the trigger switch so far up his ... he'll be waiting for the second coming before he digs
Sources confirm the situation is tense and could explode into confrontation. This doesn't mean we humans have to let it get that far. What do you
think prophecy is really for? Self gratification? Well for many it can be, but the good stuff is put out there to stop the prophecy from coming into
being. The stuff I want to happen, I don't breath a word about. I just write it down, date it, and wait for confirmation later. But if I want a vision
to come to pass, I don't make it known.
I don't always know who is talking or speaking with me. It's the first question a receiver asks. Who are you, what are you, why me and what is the
purpose? Sometimes I'm given detail on who I'm communicating with, but most times I don't. So I don't assign positive or negative aspects to my
experiences. I just generally report what I learn. I'm not about to say it's "god". Even if I knew it was, I'd never admit it. I'd more readily admit
it comes from myself and manifesting in a way that seems external so that I give it more validation. Pick that latter explanation and feel at ease.
I'm not going up on the cross for any one. Look at what happened the last time that happened. My source is supernaturally anonymous because I don't
choose to let you know who or what I communicate with. When I do know who or what it is. I'll never know you enough, to trust you enough, to tell you.
I can only share what I'm comfortable with sharing, and sometimes, most times - I don't share.
But no - nuclear war isn't set in stone. It's just high on the probability list at this moment. There is madness there, with NK. It's unpredictable
and this could turn into a very bad situation.
I'd also keep the eye on other courts personally, with the eye on the ball in the NK court, it's a perfect distraction to set other agendas further on
it's course. But this time with North Korea, this time it's a concern we shouldn't ignore. His lid has flipped the switch.
edit on 8-3-2013 by CirqueDeTruth because: restructure
edit on 8-3-2013 by CirqueDeTruth because: wrong word