> If I got a flash about the future and then I make
> changes so it doesn't happen. Then I wasn't seeing
> the future. Was I?
I like using the "clock tower" metaphor.
Let me give a specific example ...
I was leaving home one evening when I saw a “flash” of a white Camaro broad-siding me at a certain intersection.
As I approached that intersection I began driving slowly and more cautiously. Sure enough, as I got closer a kid in a white Camaro came racing up to the stop sing from the side street and skidded out into the middle of the main street in front of me.
"So what actually happened?"
The clock tower.
Imagine the same scene with two cars speeding toward an intersection … neither driver can see that another car is approaching.
But there’s a person standing atop a clock tower on the corner who can see both cars …
... he literally has a “Higher Perspective!”
He is able to PREDICT THE FUTURE … so far as he can see that *IF* the two cars continue
at their current pace, they will collide.
If he’s able to call one of the cars and give warning of the POTENTIAL tragedy, he BOTH predicted the future AND changed it.
Such is the nature of precognition.
The same thing happened to me and … I suspect … to you.
“Someone” … and I’m not going to name names, right? : ) … but, in Huna that "someone" is your Aumakua High Self.
... so "someone" with a Higher Perspective was able to predict what would happen if things continued as they were and give warning to avoid an undesired event.
Does that make sense?
And the "mechanics" of how to see the future is covered in Max Freedom Long's "The Secret Science Behind Miracles."
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© 2006 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD