According to the article “The Biology of Telepathy“, in 2005, Biologist Rupert Sheldrake and his Research Associate Pam Smart found out that the 43% of the guesses made by the participants were correct about who will be emailing them.
Something interesting happened to me a couple of days ago. I have been feeling very bored at home (COVID19 outbreak); so I have been attempting to join as many online events as I can easily manage. I am learning about Interfaith Dialogue so I have been following Dr. Craig Considine who is a Sociologist at Rice University and a Christian-Muslim Interfaith speaker.
The event “For Humanity: Interfaith Solidarity & Joint Action To Combat COVID19” by The World Muslim Communities Council (WMCC) was supposed to take place at 8 AM on April 22; it was going to end after 5 hours at noon. Dr. Craig Considine stated on his Twitter account that the start time was going to be around 7 AM, which is around 8 AM at my end—he is in America and I am in Canada. Nowhere on the Facebook page of WMCC was there any mention of the time Dr. Craig is supposed to appear. You can see the WMCC’s Facebook post about Dr. Craig’s speech here and the Twitter post here. I had an online meeting scheduled at 10:45 AM with someone else on the same day. A day before this particular event, I emailed that person at 11:02 PM asking her to postpone the meeting to 11:00 AM tomorrow. When I wrote this email, I was a bit hazy about the actual time of this second meeting due to stress and fatigue; and, I was thinking that this second meeting was at 10:00 AM.
When the event started on April 22 around 8:00 AM, I had no clue whatsoever when my favorite speaker Dr. Craig Considine was going to appear. Check out the event video, “The virtual conference of the World Muslim Communities Council“. To my surprise, Craig was introduced at around 9:50 AM (video time 1:50) and he finished giving the speech at around 10:04 AM (video time 2:04). Note that in the previous email, I specifically said that I will be somewhere else at 10:00 AM. So after this, I emailed the person whose meeting I was trying to postpone at 10:34 AM. See the image below.
What’s very interesting is that my other meeting was originally supposed to be at 10:45 AM; but, I thought it was at 10:00 AM, which is why I stated in the first email, “Something has come up at my end and I need to be elsewhere at 10:00 AM”; then, I asked the meeting to be postponed to 11:00 AM. I somehow made an estimate about when Craig’s going to appear in the video; i.e. he is going to appear somewhere between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM; I also correctly guessed that I will be somewhere else at 10:00 AM. Craig appeared at around 9:50 AM and finished talking around 10:04 AM. Thus, I was able to attend my second online meeting, which was originally scheduled for 10:45 AM.
Come to think about it, you can see how God is doing everything. There were so many speakers at this online conference; and my other meeting was somehow scheduled at 10:45 AM—around a month ago—after Craig was supposed to be done on April 22.
I had telepathic experiences in the form of lucid dreams with Dr. Craig before. Here are three of these experiences.
After watching how well all the relevant events, scheduling and appearance of all the speakers; scheduling of my second appointment; my estimate that Craig will be there between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM; and, my correct answer that I will be elsewhere at 10:00 AM were choreographed, I must comment that God is the best planner. I mean I am the one who is just guessing things here and the rest is kind of happening on its own! What if I guessed the wrong end time, 11:00 AM, because God wanted me to guess it incorrectly and in doing so leave a trace about my attempts and thoughts in the form of email messages that were sent out to shift the second meeting! What if this ability to only estimate time of appearance, between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM, was there so that I may feel compelled to document this entire event on this blog! Combine this scenario with my lucid dreams and you will notice that I am more clear when it comes to figuring things out during dreams than when I am awake. However, notice that sometimes there is still some vagueness about the content collected during dreams, which is because my level of vision tends to alter every now and then. All of this reminds me of how Neurologist Dr. Julia Mossbridge found out that precognitive dreams are caused by future events. Read article “The scientist who says we CAN see the future in our dreams“to learn more about Dr. Julia Mossbridge’s work on precognitive dreams.
I must end this post by repeating this critical lesson: God is the best planner.
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