Thursday, May 12, 2016

Competing Theories on Predictive Programing

Competing Theories on Predictive Programming - Case Study: Family Guy

Theory 1. It's all a coinkidink. Also See: The Coincidence Theorist's Guide to 9/11

Theory 2. The Illuminati has such diabolical absolute control, as to be able to pull off simultaneously secret but yet publicly admitted nefarious plans that pull at every possible string.

Theory 3. This is not coincidence but synchronicity.

Theory 4. The globalist elites want you to believe in either of the first two options, but in reality they have time travel technology and are trying to manipulate the possible future events they saw as to ensure their desired outcome.

In my opinion, the first option is possible in any specific case including this one, but seems ridiculous when considering the cumulative body of predictive programming evidence. The second option, seems too implausible from a logistics standpoint. That said, I certainly think the evidence clearly shows that the original Illuminati existed and amalgamated with very powerful more modern secret societies. The fourth option, is compatible with the second option, but lacks any hard evidence.

Having studied and experienced synchronicity, however, the third option seems very plausible to me. In his book The Synchronicity Key: The Hidden Intelligence Guiding the Universe and You, author David Wilcock makes a strong case for the title of his tome. What is this intelligence trying to tell us? Perhaps that reality is not what we think it is.