Most of my work involves Past Life Regressions. Sometimes I am asked to do future lives. But care is required.
There may be matters pertaining to this life which need to be handled with great care. There is also debate within the community regarding the extent to which future lives are set in stone.
Some say they are. Others believe in infinitely diverging lives where one course of action plays out in one dimension, and another in another, part of a boundless multiverse.
Free will is an important concept. Are our lives pre-determined? If we do not like what we see in future lives, can we change the outcome by what we do today? Is there such a thing as a future and past, or just a series of parallel universes?
Philosophically, Past Lives, is a much easier topic to deal with. It is done. I will do future lives, but before I do so, I require an introductory session, prior to the progression, in order that the client is confident about what they are taking on.
A recent news item carried a story about a “Time Traveller”. As far as I am aware he had not been professionally regressed, the information was there anyway. I copy the story without comment:
‘Time-traveller from 2030’ PASSES lie detector test and claims revealing the future could put him in danger.
A man who claims he is from the year 2030 – and has revealed a number of predictions for the future – has undergone a lie detector test and ‘PASSED’.
The self-declared ‘ time-traveller ‘ – who goes by the name of “Noah” – claims he has risked his life to tell those living in the present what the future has in store and insists he has to remain anonymous.
Among his bold claims are that Donald Trump will be re-elected in 2020, Artificial Intelligence will gain momentum and Google-glasses style machines will take over.
Noah previously told Paranormal Elite he has anorexia and depression and is actually 50-years-old, but took an age rejuvenating drug to turn him into a 25-year-old.
Many have been sceptical of what he says – so he agreed to take a lie detector test.
In an interview with Apex TV this week he is asked to relay his predictions – and also to confirm whether he is truly from the future.
The interviewer starts off with a simple question – “Are you an actual time traveller from the year 2030?
He responds “yes” and a little green header saying ‘TRUE’ appears on the video – but the results from the apparent machine testing him cannot be seen.
He then says he has ‘hard evidence’ to back-up his predictions but he isn’t sure he can give them “due to a paradox”
The little “TRUE’ header pops up again.
He then reels off a series of things that will happen in the future, which once he is done, the interviewer again asks if he is telling the truth.
And again the ‘TRUE’ header pops up. Still no sight of the actual machine though.
Among his predictions are that Trump will be re-elected, that phones are going to be bigger in the year 2030 and that they are starting to introduce robots that can run a home.
He also says in 2030 the president is (what sounds like through the muffled dialogue) “Ilana Remikee” – who just not seems to come up in any searches.
We also apparently use bitcoin a lot more, but money – including pennies – are still in use.
He says global warming is more of a problem and that it is hotter in Northern America but colder in Europe.
We also apparently go to Mars in 2028 and the same year time travel is made public – even though it apparently already exists.
Electric cars can travel as fast a diesel and petrol cars and some diseases have been cured, he says – including some forms of cancer.
Many people are sceptical of his latest interview though – with one commenter saying:
“All Apex TV does is flashes an answer on the screen with a ding noise, that doesn’t truly validate the lie detector if he was telling the truth or not
“You can see Noah fidgeting around with the monitors strapped around his fingers and I myself know from first hand experience that when you take a lie detector test you are supposed to sit back and remain completely still during the whole complete lie detector test for it.”
Another added: “You need to show the name of the lie detector and go through the stages of setting up the test
“(Also) 2030 is not that far off so what was the name of the president he gave, he should be very much alive right now.”
In his previous interview with Paranormal Elite Noah claims time travel is only currently used by top secret organisations.
He also claimed electric car will travel up to 600 miles on a single charge by 2021 and advises people to invest their time and money in sustainable energy.
Artificial intelligence, he says, will be huge by 2021 and a popular device which will look like Google glasses but have the processing power of today’s computers, will take over.
He also claims that the winner of the 2020 presidential election will be Donald Trump.
“I can say this with 100 per cent certainty, I am not giving you my opinion,” he says.
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