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Truth, Predictions and Prophesy

Predictions

Chapter 5, pages 104-106

     This section starts with Kent having a vision.  He is being shown a wagon wheel.  In the center of the wheel lies the outcome of an event.  Each spoke of the wheel represents the various decisions or paths to choose from that lead to the final event.  The lesson continues, as he is being told the truth of the event can only be tied to the actual outcome of the event, the truth can only be seen after the event has taken place.  To know an event is coming bypasses the decisions and paths taken that lead to the final event and, therefore, does not give full understanding of why the event will occur.  True understanding lies in our evaluation of the complete whole, including all paths leading to the final event.

     Many event outcomes can be spawned off of a prediction, based on levels of understanding.  The higher spiritual entities, who have studied energy pathways and use probability factors, may be more accurate in their predictions, but there are other factors that play a role in whether or not it comes to fruition.  We, ourselves, have received many predictions and we can say with certainty that one hundred percent of the time we are wrong in our interpretations.  The prediction was not wrong, it was our interpretation.  So we, in our lack of understanding the larger picture, make assumptions when trying to decipher the message.  Humanity tends to force an expected outcome based on an assumption.

     Events occur to further the learning process.  These can be individual events or events involving a multitude of people, whether it is locally, regionally, nationally or globally.  Events reoccur when true understanding has not taken place.  So it is very important that we look at these events from all sides, being careful to not assign blame, which displaces the learning process.  The main people involved in the event are the event holders.  They are the ones with the most information about the event.  All others observing the same event are watching from the sidelines and are viewing from a particular point of view, a singular angle, and are generally not going to see all the aspects of that event.  So for others outside the event, it becomes more of a perception of what happened.  Avoiding assumptions of an event will lead to a more expansive truth of what really occurred.

     Prophesies are based a single path of many that can be taken and relies on a multitude of factors.   Event paths that are taking place on Earth will dictate a release of energies out into many directions, vibrating throughout the universe.  There are unseen structures within the atmosphere around a livable planet that monitors the vibrational energy both before and after an event.  It measures how much we understand the event in a global sense and then redirects the energy pathway to further our understanding of the event.

     Numerical changes occur as the earth rotates and as the planets move within their orbits.  Each planet has its own vibrational and gravitational influence upon passing energy.  Therefore, the planetary alignments influence vibrational energy and influence the events that occur on Earth.  This is how astrology relates, on a global scale.

     The meaning is often missed by humanity when deciphering prophesy because we are not looking at the natural cycles.  An assumption is made and we create a reason for the expected event.  Then we try to correlate the data we collect to support our belief and often try to redirect the natural pathways to force a particular outcome.  This is particularly true about end-time predictions.  The end of the Mayan calendar on December 21, 2012 was the end of a cycle.  It does not mean the end of the earth.  It marked the end of a cycle for humanity in the learning field of perception.  The new cycle of conceptual learning, learning to connect the dots for greater understanding, will begin when the field poles reverse.  It will be a higher level of learning and will require much more dedication to our progress in understanding.

    Assumptions about prophesy most often result in incorrect expectations, causing a great deal of anxiety and chaos in society.  We need to let it go and move with the natural flow of the cycles.  Listen to your inner voice, you will be prompted as to where you should be and what you should be doing in preparation for the changes to come.

We recommend that you now return to the book, The Augmentation of Man, a Study in Renaissance, and read pages 104-106 that correspond to this blog.  Allow time to contemplate, re-read as needed.  Have patience, it does get easier.  This translation is reflective of our current level of understanding.  Perhaps you can find an even more profound one!

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