Sacred Sites and Predictions
I just came back from a funeral in the Salt Lake Area. My brother’s son was killed in an auto accident. He evidently had been drinking and fell asleep at the wheel on the freeway and his car turned over and he was thrown from the car into the road and then was struck by another car that really did him in. The car kept on going and the driver has not yet been found.
The only thing good about a funeral such as this is that it brings the family close together. My brother and his son are not part of the religious element of my family but I think his funeral was perhaps the most spiritual event my family has had.
My brother mentioned in his eulogy that he realized how important it was to tell our loved ones how we feel about them because we never know when the last opportunity would be. Then after the service he came up to me and told me he loved me. Now my brother and I have always been close and loved each other, but we have never really said it to each other so I was touched, told him I loved him back, gave him a hug and considered it a special moment.
In my family the males have been more like Clint Eastwood than the touchy-feely type, but there has always been an underlying closeness, loyalty and mutual respect.
My brother is nine years older than me and left home to join the Army at the age of 15. He altered his birth certificate so he could get in at an extra young age. Consequently, I never got to spend much time with him over the years, but the time we have spent has been precious, as he is one of the genuinely nicest people I know.
A reader asks this: “I can’t help but wonder (and have for a while) if and how these (fairly) recent deaths have caused you to reflect, introspect; and what your reflections and/or introspections have revealed to you–not only about yourself, your family and loved ones, but possibility about other topics associated with it, such as death, love, family, friends, et al, for instance.”
JJ: I pretty much accept events as they come. Death is not permanent, but a temporary situation. If a good friend said he was moving to Australia I would be sad over the fact that I would miss him, but I would figure he would be happy wherever he was and that I would see him again.
Even so, we should be no more upset when a loved one dies. We will meet again, but the temporary separation is inconvenient.
When I learned of my nephew’s death, I felt worse for my brother than I did for him because they were pretty close. I was also glad his death was quick and figured things would have been much worse if he had wound up as a paraplegic the rest of his life. That would have really been tough on my nephew Jeff, who was the outdoors type.
Question: Are sacred sites a real thing and what creates them?
There are two things that create a positive energy that is picked up by sensitives that impress them as being a sacred site.
 As the human body has many lines of force that circulate through its etheric body so does the earth. Just as many of these lines converge into acupuncture points so do the lines of force upon the earth. The places on the earth where these lines converge are very vitalized and are stimulating for the health and vitality of all who bask in them. Even plants that grow in such areas will flourish.
 Sites dedicated by sages, prophets and spiritual groups of the past. Apollonius of Tyana was famous for doing such dedications. The interesting thing is often such a site is dedicated because the sage perceives that it is already a spot where the lines of force already converge. This makes it pretty much a sure thing that the sensitives of the future will recognize it as a sacred site.
A possible third category is a falsely recognized site. This is a site that is wrongly identified and accumulates around it astral emotional energy. This will be honored by those who are not initiates, but are dealing with the glamour of the Beast. The initiate will feel the astral energy and recognize it for what it is, but the devotee will be impressed with a similar reverence as the follower who is impressed by the face of Jesus showing up on a wall or a piece of pie.
I thought I would do an update on some of the predictions I made at the first of the year (2007).
(Note: One of my teachings is that the exact future is impossible to predict because of complexity and free will, but we can come close if we follow trends and cycles. The group decided to experiment with predictions for the year to see how close we could come.)
Here are several of my predictions that seem to be coming true:
I said: The dollar will lose strength against the Euro.
This is a prediction I did not want to come true but it looks like it has.
On April 27, 2007 the news read:
“The dollar dropped to an all-time low against the euro after the U.S. government reported the economy grew at its slowest pace in four years.
“The dollar also weakened against most other major currencies, with a Federal Reserve index measuring dollar strength near the lowest level in its 36-year history. Hedge funds and other speculative investors increased bets on the euro’s gain to a record for a third straight week…”
Prediction: Look for more weather disasters this year and more damage by fire.
These recent tornadoes are a good start on this and there have been quite a few fires. We’ll see what else develops during the year.
Prediction: Venezuela will become more communistic and controlled by Hugo Chavez. He will continue in his determination to hurt the United States and will secretly cooperate with terrorists.
On May 3, 2007 MSN news ran this story:
“Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez warned he will nationalize the country’s banks and largest steel producer in an apparent bid to strong-arm the businesses to contribute more to local industry.”
He is also attempting to nationalize the oil industry.
Prediction: Frustrated Democrats who cannot stop Bush will call for all kinds of investigations.
So far this is right on the money.
Prediction: Mitt Romney will get the Republican nomination (2008).
Romney’s star seems to be on the rise. I believe that if he doesn’t get the nomination this time, he will in 2012. He has good Karma on his side because the press unjustly destroyed his Dad, George Romney, when he ran for president in 1968. Consequently, Nixon got the nomination.
Prediction: Watch for tax increases followed by economic slowdown.
The latest bill that Bush vetoed had the largest tax increase in history. It’s only a matter of time before another comes along and makes its way through.
Then I made accurate Oscar predictions on Best Picture, actor and actress. Concerning Al Gore’s Documentary An Inconvenient Truth, I said this: “Al Gore would win Best Documentary and receive a standing ovation.” That indeed happened.
Guard your honor. Let your reputation fall where it will. And outlive the bastards. Lois McMaster Bujold, “A Civil Campaign,” 1999
May 6, 2007
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