Difference between revisions of "Prophecies and Predictions"

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The following articles contain prophecies or predictions or both. It is up to you to decipher which of these they are.
 
The following articles contain prophecies or predictions or both. It is up to you to decipher which of these they are.
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* The things of the Future can (and must) only be influenced/prevented in the present (= now).<ref>http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/12/13020.html?1390692613#POST68645</ref>
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* [[Open Letter to all Human Beings of Earth (5th July, 1951)|Open Letter to all Human Beings of Earth]] - Billy, 5th July 1951
 
* [[Open Letter to all Human Beings of Earth (5th July, 1951)|Open Letter to all Human Beings of Earth]] - Billy, 5th July 1951
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* [[Event Timeline]] - Please see each source reference, verify and decipher.
 
* [[Event Timeline]] - Please see each source reference, verify and decipher.
 
* [[UK Map Data]]
 
* [[UK Map Data]]
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* Forgeting about a future event that has been predicted to you is not normal. But doing so helps one to lead a normal life. It prevents one from concentrating on things which cannot be avoided and will happen with certainty.<ref>http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/12/13020.html?1390692613#POST68645</ref>
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==References==
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Revision as of 10:41, 23 November 2016

"only now in the new millennium everything gets even worse, because nature will revolt even more mightily against your environment-destroying insanity and will reach a scale equal to the primeval times of the Earth."
Billy, May 2009

The following articles contain prophecies or predictions or both. It is up to you to decipher which of these they are.

  • The things of the Future can (and must) only be influenced/prevented in the present (= now).[1]







Variable consistency.


  • Forgeting about a future event that has been predicted to you is not normal. But doing so helps one to lead a normal life. It prevents one from concentrating on things which cannot be avoided and will happen with certainty.[2]

References