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Dreamland with Whitley Strieber

About a week ago, we were on Dreamland with Whitley Strieber to talk about Sensing the Future. It’s always a pleasure talking to him and this interview was particularly enlightening. Whitley kindly introduces us this way: “Trish and Rob MacGregor … Continue reading

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Tapping into the Future Through Creativity

Sometimes, novelists use their writer friends in their books. In U R Mine, my friend Nancy Pickard isn’t just a bestselling writer who owns a bookstore, she owns the coolest bookstore in town – Oxford Books. The protagonist holds a … Continue reading

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Join us on Coast to Coast

We’ll be on Coast to Coast tonight to talk about Sensing the Future with George Noory. 3-5 am Eastern, Midnight – 2 am pacific. Hope to see you there!  

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A Precog About a Book on Precognition

A week ago, Rob remarked that he hoped our copies of Sensing the Future (available for pre-order from Amazon) arrived before we started doing radio shows. The shows, I said, won’t be starting until after Mercury turns direct on January … Continue reading

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The Meter Man and Twinning

  Mike Perry, our blogging friend from the U.K., recently emailed me about two synchronicities he experienced after a dry spell of no synchros. This first one strikes me as precognitive. “We have planned a break away from September 23rd … Continue reading

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Is the Future Fixed?

One of the central questions in our book on precognition, Sensing the Future, is whether the future you experience in a precognition can be changed. The book begins with this story: A few years ago, we were driving on a … Continue reading

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