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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
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
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
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!
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
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