Fruitloops, only God in heaven can see what is to be. Instead of listing all the “predictions” you’be gotten right, tell us about all the ones you’ve gotten wrong!
Even though your post is a tad hostile. I think you bring up an excellent point! No one should just believe everything they read. And there are a lot of people who make claims and try to use these claims to have power over other people. I think this is horrible and if I hadn’t had all the bizarre experiences I’ve had through my life, I would be the biggest skeptic on the planet. I started this blog as a way to help people because I am pretty accurate. I’m not always right about the exact details or timing, but I’ve never had a psychic vision turn out to be completely wrong. If something hits me, it’s like a knowing and often it’s an unfortunate one at that. Part of the reason I put this blog up was to create a database of empirical research for those interested in seeing how accurate a psychic can be. I put myself out there and potentially make an idiot of myself by telling readers what I predict, if I’m wrong the evidence is on the blog. I can’t just tell you what I want you to think about my ability, I’m showing it for better or worse.
A lot of psychics don’t like reading for skeptics, but I actually really love it because even though they argue with you the whole time, their reaction, once the prediction comes true, is the most dramatic and life changing. It gives me the opportunity to open a person’s mind up which is actually my favorite thing to do.
I know a lot of the things on this blog have yet to happen, but I want to issue you this challenge: Go through the posts, the dates I predicted whatever I predicted and then do a little google research and see what actually happened. Post the discrepancies you find. I think it would really be enlightening. I’m not saying I’m a 100% accurate, no one is, even people who witness a crime in real life get details wrong. No one is perfect! But let’s try this experiment.
I’ve found over the years that the people who were very emotional about psychic ability were often afraid of it. Let me just say there is nothing to be afraid of, we all have this ability, just some more than others, like any talent or ability. We can all sing, but some people have a great voice and perfect pitch.
And in reference to God in heaven. I personally believe God resides in everything/everyone. That means we all have access to God. We are all part of God. Obviously no psychic can always be right, there are too many decisions constantly being made (free will enabling us to change our future) but there are some fated events based on the paths we’ve already been walking. God does lay them out for those willing to look at them. And for some reason these futures are revealed to some people. I have no idea why. I’ve often wondered why I have known the things I’ve known before they happened when clearly I could do nothing to change it. I found this very frustrating and confusing and when I was younger, very scary.
I am not a believer in organized religions and don’t believe in heaven and hell. I believe in reincarnation and see the Universe/God/Goddess/Creator/Great Spirit as far too complicated for human beings to truly understand. We can only get small glimpses and in still moments feel our connection to the whole or try to catch flashes of understanding. Your connection to the Creator is just as sacred, true, real and divine as mine or anyone else’s is. Problem is most of us don’t trust that connection or part of ourselves. We are trained to give our power over to others, and often in the process we loose the ability to experience the Creator. Who I believe is one with all of us.