Wednesday, 9 May 2012

[creative-radio] What if...


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What if are words which precede many millions of scenarios in which we try to project future results. Broadcast media and press are familiar with it primarily as fictional or positional conjecture, even to use in comic books and other creative venues. What if scenarios vary from `what if war was declared and no one came' to `what if I don't get the marks I need to pass'? In those examples we address constructive failure to destructive failure as potential results. More concerning is the number of what ifs that directly concern our future, yet are not fully answered, taken seriously or reasoned to logical or useful conclusions.

Let me give you another example. What if no one acted in advance of a foreseen disaster? Then the disaster occurred and tens of thousands of people died because no one took the warning as being valid. The statement wasn't given to alarm anyone. Why do people hear warnings and then not act on them? Is it that we have been conditioned to disbelieve that foresight is possible by atheists and other ignorant disbelievers who want to see people harmed or suffer?

There is a constant Source of such help, our dreams, and in most of the world's major faiths we know the Creator speaks to humanity via our dreams or visions, but it is ignored by 99% of people, and even those who use it constructively only do so part of the time. Too often we fear what we don't know, however just knowing the messaging of our dreams and visions is the Creator speaking in support of life gives us an option to put aside most of our fears. The needed answers are not given to us in absolutes, plus there's the ever-present problem that few people make an effort to recall and record their dreams. When anyone does and verbalizes them there are numerous loud, addled or illogical opinions provided to cloud the possibility of good answers. Good answers are not a function of how much education you have, in fact it seems many of the best educated are impaired from finding meaning due to disbelieving influences who taught them. Religion which herds a belief invariably diverges far from relevant understanding. Foresight is not logical yet it is reasonable.

Good answers have not eluded everyone. That same Source has been used by countless famous people for their creativity, inventions and other inspirations even to music and books and many of the Nobel Prize winners. Our favorites are Einstein, Edison, Bell, Tesla, Bach, Grieg, Orwell and Jules Verne. Dreams or visions have also been used to discover health remedies, and reasons to avoid harm or accidents. Unfortunately they are not always used successfully, especially when it comes to avoiding disasters. Some people intentionally ignore the help, then suffer the consequences. Historical examples exist; Julius Caesar, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, John Kennedy, and Anwar Sadat are a few. Even the crash of Space Shuttle Columbia in 2003 was foreseen, however in each case no or inadequate preemptive action was taken. Is humanity failing or have valuable points into our future been ignored by those who claim to know more?

Dreams are provided in analogies and concepts. It takes more than one person cognizant of the problem being dealt with to form a focus. It then takes at least one person who has the experience of reasoning the results into an actionable plan to preempt the loss, even when situations provide an inkling of the problem is already under direct consideration. Let me assure you one person cannot pinpoint a time or the timing with accuracy. That requires participation by many. A wrong time does not negate the event from occurring it only harms the credibility of the person who foresaw it.

We've seen how many people a big tsunami can kill, 300,000 in 2 events in the last 10 years, one in Japan, one in Indonesia, all within moments or certainly hours of the initial earthquake that caused them. So we would like to set up a program to preempt the loss of lives to foreseen disasters, after all there's zero value to us to say after a disaster has wiped out umpteen thousand people that some who survived saw it occur in a dream a week ago or a year ago. No action from the cautions dreams provide equals a greatly increased likelihood of lives lost. Yet the Creator is not stingy with letting us know in advance of a problem that could cause a loss of lives. The messages are not just provided to those whose lives are at risk, but countless others as well.

Now let me get into the more urgent point of this, a need for participation to preempt lives lost in a foreseen disaster. Thirty years ago I was shown a disaster which wiped out northern Japan, but at the time I didn't know when. It occurred as a tsunami over a year ago. However the same dream went on to show that the southern part of Japan was hit by an even larger tsunami, somewhat later. Now how would you warn the Japanese of such an eventuality, and that the time for it was looming ever nearer? The Japanese have no history of using dreams either as a society or in their religions. Newspapers and most big voices including radio and TV do not understand that foresight is possible, so they ignore the warnings. The trouble with ignoring the warnings is that those affected would be killed before the news sources realized they had made a mistake by not passing along the warning. Would they remedy that for the next time? No evidence exists to show that. They are still unwilling to risk their `image' even if it could save even their own lives.

So the solution is reaching out to smaller voices, people who believe the Creator speaks to us via our dreams and visions. People who see the potential in letting others know and are prepared to help by recording their dreams and submitting them to us for evaluation. Send them to our email or via website.

Now if I told you there was only a week before this disaster occurred I might be telling you something less than the truth. I know the date for this disaster is likely May 17, and it occurs during the late night, or very early morning. However I'm not 100% certain that it is this May 17, only 90+% certain. If we had more participation, confirming or refuting that date would be made easier. Opinion cannot help. Participation would increase the likelihood of preempting the loss of lives in any future disasters in the same motion.

We have a limited time to act on this, less than a week. So are the lives of others worth making a small amount of effort to recall your dreams worth it? Would you hope others will do the same and therefore make saving your life from any future disaster possible? Seeing you've never heard of doing this before there is no reason not to support it. We do recommend `you try it before you buy it'. There's far more value to this program than saving a few thousand lives from disasters. We cannot stop the wreck that will happen however we can stop the loss of lives, if you will allow yourself to act on this `what if'. Do think what if it was your life. Wouldn't you want to know if someone had spent years developing ways to stop the loss of lives?

Yes the English press in Japan was notified after the last big tsunami. Not a peep from them. and

A disaster which was foreseen, but no one acted on the cautions their dreams provided. (19 min)

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