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  • Man Who Led Charge On September 11 Plane Had Premonitions Of Happening

    08/18/2004 10:06:24 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 43 replies · 2,290+ views
    Spirit Daily ^ | Michael H. Brown
    I have never read this true story before. Forgive me if it's been posted before. ================================== Man Who Led Charge On September 11 Plane HadPremonitions Of Happening by Michael H. Brown The widow of Flight 93 hero Thomas Burnett says her husband was a devout Catholic who had premonitions of the fate that met him and 44 others on the fateful day of September 11, 2001 -- including a hunch his life would not be a long one and that his mission in life would somehow involve the White House. It is now widely believed the hijacked plane, which crashed...
  • Man who died in fall at IDS Center had premonitions, family says (MN)

    12/07/2007 4:22:53 PM PST · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 4 replies · 119+ views ^ | 12/07/07 |
    Fidel Sanchez-Flores told his niece last week to "pray really hard" because he had a feeling that "something is approaching," his family said. And he was unusually quiet Tuesday night, telling his wife, Vielka Molinar, that he loved her and would keep loving her after death. She said she asked him why he said that. He replied that he didn't know. She said she felt uneasy on her way to work as a nurse Wednesday morning. Her worries grew when her husband didn't answer his phone that afternoon. On Wednesday afternoon, the 52-year-old former Marine was clearing away ice and...
  • Is this REALLY proof that man can see into the future?

    05/05/2007 8:00:52 AM PDT · by fanfan · 188 replies · 3,880+ views
    The Daily Mail ^ | 4th May 2007
    Do some of us avoid tragedy by foreseeing it? Some scientists nowbelieve that the brain really CAN predict events before they happen Professor Dick Bierman sits hunched over his computer in a darkened room. The gentle whirring of machinery can be heard faintly in the background. He smiles and presses a grubby-looking red button. In the next room, a patient slips slowly inside a hospital brain scanner. If it wasn't for the strange smiles and grimaces that flicker across the woman's face, you could be forgiven for thinking this was just a normal health check. But this scanner is engaged...