To some extent, most of us have experienced what’s known as [the gut feeling]. These feelings surface in the form of hunches, nagging, and all-out premonitions. Maybe you can relate to all of these?
Have you ever known something without knowing something? I’m speaking of knowing the answer without doing the work and having the result without doing the math.
For example: Upon meeting a person for the first time, you undoubtedly know they’re bad news. That said, you’re unsure of how you’re sure of this fact. Either way, it doesn’t matter because New Guy has been immediately placed on Red Flag Status.
Like everything else, some individuals connect to these feelings more than others. Sadly, there are more than a few people who have turned these instincts off altogether. For many, the [knowing] is more than they’re willing or able to deal with.
For nearly a decade, I’ve been hearing people say, “something is coming. Something is going to happen.” It seems the World is coming to an end every ten years or so. It’s always one doomsday or another threatening mankind with extinction. The Mayan Calendar was, by far, my favorite. Their original 2012 predictions did not include the end of the World. It was simply highjacked and used for selfish purposes such as profit and secondary gain. There’s a lot of money in Apocalypse and Survival. There’s a lot to be gained from fear and control.
Global Pandemic aside, is something terribly wrong? Is it coming? Knowing it’s coming doesn’t always mean we know how it happened. Heck, it doesn’t always mean we know what it is that’s heading our way. This time around, what’s coming cannot be missed, dismissed, or ignored. And we’ve made it easy for them.
December 13, 2020