Skip to comments.Comic Book foreshadows WTC Tragedy
Posted on 09/14/2001 1:57:08 PM PDT by David St. Hubbins
I was shocked to find the panelk below in the November 2001 issue of the Adventures of Superman comic book. The comic was available at the newstand about a week before the WTC tragedy took place. Thus, the story would have been written and drawn about two months ago.
Pretty wierd, huh?
Do you think there is such a thing as pre-cognition? ... I ask in all honesty because I do believe it is real, though a very strange phenomenon not in the least understood. It is related to the collective unconscious of C Jung's characterization, I think, and the phenomenon of Synchronicity which occurs outside of the normal boundaries of time sychronization.
7 Posted on 09/14/2001 14:11:56 PDT by MHGinTN
When you get 6 billion minds on the planet working, almost all of them will be having individual thoughts, even if they are sharing an experience. You and I see play sitting right next to each other. We watch a person walk across the stage. I might be enthralled in the play not allowing myself to be pulled away into a private thought. But when you see the guy walk across the stage, he sparks a memory of a similar looking individual from your past that I haven't even met.
The available thoughts to our separate brains is limitless. I would venture to say that a number of people having never seen the WTC have almost certainly made drawings that could be said to be a depiction of a pre-cognition, if that's what you wanted to classify it as. Some would interpret it that way. I would interpret it that there are so many humans that there simply bound to be coincidences. Even in the US we have 287 million minds working on projects all the time. They draw, paint, doodle and scribble. I don't find it all that interesting that coincidences come along.
Is pre-cognition a fact, or do we convince ourselves that they are facts because we have fertive minds that sometimes present possibilities to us before they happen? I don't know. I don't rule pre-cognition in or out.
I am convinced that our minds are becoming more effective over time. I believe that there are some things that we are probably capable of today, but simply haven't received the training to utilize. Pre-cognitions could actually be one of those areas.
Let's consider that if anyone truly had control over their per-cognitions, they would have unlimited ability to parlay stocks, betting and other methods into a vast fortune. Since this doesn't seem to happen even on an isolated basis, I tend to doubt that pre-cognition is an effective controlable useful or reliable reality for any of our 6 billion brothers and sisters on the planet. Is that conclusive? Well... no. Heh, heh, heh.
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