Tag Archives: precognition

Watch Out What you Wish For

In 1967, Dr John Barker, a British psychiatrist and member of the Britain’s Society for Psychical Research, created the London Premonitions Bureau to formally allow people to record their visions. Barker came up with the idea after he investigated numerous … Continue reading

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Writing the future

Here’s an astonishing example of an author tuning into the future providing details of an event that would take place two years later. We wrote about this one here many years ago, but it’s worth taking another look at it, … Continue reading

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Precognition and Shared Dreaming

  Here’s a third synchronicity that Christine shared with us. Once again, it involves precognition. It was the last few months of grad school and most of us were excited to be nearing the end of our coursework. I had … Continue reading

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Precognition of Major Illness

    Here’s another powerful synchronicity that Christine experienced. I wish we’d had this one for our book, Sensing the Future. In analyzing my near-death experience and the flood of lucid and precognitive dreams that have followed since then, I … Continue reading

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Coast to Coast!

On Thurday Feb. 7 and into Friday, Feb. 8,  we’ll be on Coast to Coast to talk with George Noory about synchronicity and precognition. The time 3-5 am ET, and midnight – 2 am PT.  Hope you’ll join us! This … Continue reading

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Ivanka’s Premonition

Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump faces a House investigation into her alleged use of a personal email account for government business. You would think she would’ve been more careful, considering that Hillary’s use of private email as secretary of … Continue reading

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Creativity and Real Life: a Head-on Collision

This is one the strangest and most immediate incidents we’ve heard of where creativity and real life don’t just intersect, but have a head-on collision. +++ In the 1970s, prolific comic book writer Doug Moench wrote and worked on Planet … Continue reading

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Precognition Through Art

Jessie the golden after Hurricane Wilma, 2005, wondering what had happened to the mailbox. +++ When our daughter was in third grade, her class was given an assignment connected to Thanksgiving. The kids were supposed to create a sculpture from … Continue reading

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Sci-fi Writers Who Envisioned the Future

 Science fiction writers have a long tradition of envisioning the future and its technology that later becomes scientific fact. Take Jules Verne. In his 1870 novel, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he imagined an underwater ship powered by electricity. American … Continue reading

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A Crushing Synchronicity

We’ve often noted that when shocking tragic events occur, there are related synchronicities and premonitions. That was again the case with the collapse on March 15 of a pedestrian bridge on the campus of Florida International University in Miami. One … Continue reading

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Simpson Synchros

We’ve previously mentioned the uncanny 911 synchroncity that appeared in a 2001 episode of  The Simpson when an image of a poster appeared that offered a tour of New York CIty for a mere $9. In the background just to … Continue reading

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How Adele Sensed the Future

In 7 Secrets of Synchronicity, the fifth secret is that creativity lies at the heart of synchronicity. It’s not uncommon for artists, writers, filmmakers, cartoonists and others who work in creative fields to experience synchronicity and precognition through their creativity. … Continue reading

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Blog post predicts London Westminster attack

The picture above was posted on a blog site called 4chan (fortune?) about 24 hours before the attack on the bridge near Westminster Abbey and the subsequent stabbing death of a police officer. Next to the image – and not … Continue reading

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