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AlexDiC

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Application to identify future dates
« on: March 01, 2017, 01:32:50 PM »
I set up an application last year to determine future date of a certain target event.

The targeted event was the date when a certain family member would past away.

I did two sets (8-10 minutes) back in July 2016 and the target was "a recognizable new event that would indicate the death of X within six months of that date".  *** That person is currently reasonably healthy***

I identified a major "train wreak" in July 2016.  I determined it would be on the east coast, in a minor city.

This "recognizable new event" is something that "passes the viewers experience" NOT something that the viewer has to search out, something that crosses the viewer path.

Sept 28 2016 I was in Manhattan on business and there was a major train wreck in Hoboken, a jump off spot where more than 400,000 people take the train into Manhattan each day.  This was the leading story for a week.

I knew immediately this was the "new worthy event" that I viewed.

Well ..... we shall see by the end of March if I'm correct.   I don't have much experience with this type of application so I could easily be wrong....  but I don't think so..

STAND BY...

tbone

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Re: Application to identify future dates
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2017, 07:40:13 PM »
How do know it is that particular train crash?

AlexDiC

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Re: Application to identify future dates
« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2017, 01:16:43 PM »
That's is the question....

Like I said I don't have much experience with this application..

I draw upon other RV experience.

I have done sets that required viewing certain unique 3 dimensional elements..

When I came upon those certain "elements" there was a unique emotional response that I experienced.  I felt an immediate familiarity with the element ... because although I hadn't been there in the standard 3 dimensional way, I had been there in a 4th dimensional way and it is an undeniable feeling.

Drawing on that experience, when I heard about the train wreak in Hoboken all those similar feels occurred.

Afterwards and purely secondary... (I don't recall ever calculating the date) I checked my notes from prior sets.  I had completed a similar set looking out one year (versus 6 months) and identified an event that indicated the same March 2017 as the date.   So this second event (train) confirmed the March 2017 date.

we shall see.... 





AlexDiC

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Re: Application to identify future dates
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2017, 01:51:49 PM »
* very important ...  These event cross the viewer's path.   you don't need to look for them...

As example:

On a gold treasure project, I did a set {optimal method to locate the nearest recognizable object to the gold}

The answer was "get in the car and drive"   At the time that made no sense to me.  Completely impractical answer.   there was no way possible that I could drive every road in California looking for this "thing" that I wasn't sure what it was...  I didn't know if it was 10 feet or 10 inches, no idea what it was...so I considered it a bad session..

Well... sure enough 5-6 months later i'm driving over the pass in the sierras and I spot "it".   I know it immediately!!   but even then still didn't know what it was.. snapped a photo and keep on driving.....  some time late figured out what it was.. but exactly what my session indicated.

But I remember the felling I had vividly...  an un-earthy familiarity.. I knew for a fact that I had never seen that thing before.... yet I knew that was what I viewed.

Similarly, the train wreck had the same feeling. 

 


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