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Andrew's Sessions with the North American Station

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by Andrew, May 30, 2016.

  1. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I disagree but that's the wrong topic here anyway. Look at the forum's title please.....
  2. Arbutus Eric

    Arbutus Eric New Member

    Gosh I was hoping Marlene's prediction would come true about the presidential elections. Evidently there was a change in trajectory. Any ideas why all the recording links are bad?
  3. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Are they all bad? In what sense - they don't work you mean?
  4. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    Our wonderful Andrew has to take a break from this work sometimes, whenever his day-life overtakes him. I suspect that he took them down so he doesn't have to interact with people about them now, and also because he is going for better and clearer communications. I'm going to ask for others who also are working with the NA Station to come and post some of what they are getting!
  5. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    This is an interesting point! I think they're still sorting it out, but by strict vote-count it may be that Clinton does come in first. But under the U.S. Constitutional system it's the Electoral College that counts, and I think Marlene wasn't an American (could be wrong) so she might not have been aware of that?
  6. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Doesn't it show just how inevitably ambiguous predictions of a future are - even those made by a discarnate? Knowing about the American electoral system of voting isn't a prerequisite if details of 'the future' were already established - and knowable - in advance of their taking place in earth time. If they were then all other our-future events must also be knowable. I suggest that's not the case.

    Why would a discarnate woman guess the likely outcome any better than an incarnate one EXCEPT that the former may glimpse a broader picture of what's been happening within the whole American nation, may have a better 'feel' for all the individual discontent that later became obvious. The depth of discontent discounted by politicians, pundits and pollsters alike? You may recall that our little nation experienced something similar when there was a virtually-unpredicted vote to leave the EU. (Didn't Michael Moore, though, predict what actually just happened here in America?)

    It's especially sad that the only contemporary contact we had with someone in the etheric world ended when Mikey Morgan and his mom, Carol, left this website. I wouldn't expect Mikey to know something that couldn't be known but it would have been illuminating to hear from him how he perceived world events from the realm where he lives and how he would have interpreted them. I would have taken more notice of his perspective than I would of discarnate individuals I'm unable to question and probe.

    We didn't see always eye-to-eye on matters, and I didn't automatically accept his opinions, but I never doubted what he told us of his experiences in the life yet-to-be-seen by ourselves.
  7. Arbutus Eric

    Arbutus Eric New Member

    Yes, not one of them works anymore. They were fascinating and I'm looking forward to some new ones!
  8. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I'd guess Andrew pulled them because they're out of date and because he had promised more and better are to follow around the new year.
  9. Annie

    Annie New Member

    Yeah, it does bring into question how set-in-stone things are. I always figured it was nearly impossible to predict the future, even by those in spirit, but that they would be a heck of a lot better at it than we are. Like you said though, you would think maybe they would have access to things we don't. For example, polls being inaccurate, maybe because people didn't want to admit who they were really voting for, or something like that. But maybe they, like us, don't see everything going on. I always kind of thought it was easy for discarnate people to see and hear us, but maybe they only see/hear people they were connected to in life.

    Or maybe, like Roberta said, Marlene was technically right but didn't know much about the American electoral system. And didn't need to know, because by the time you pass on, you really aren't worried about politics or government anymore (which sounds pretty nice!).

    Also, hope Andrew is doing well.
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2016
  10. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    The dead tell us that they cannot predict the future, primarily because human free will can intervene. They can only "game out" from today what is likely to happen, and you're right: they are so much less interested in the things on this level that fascinate us!

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