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(@jeanne-mayell)
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07/15/2020 12:50 am  

I led my Intuitive Way class last night in a remote viewing exercise in which we viewed the January 21, 2021 Inauguration.  Nearly everyone got Biden! Most saw a happy celebration. Some saw people wearing masks.  This is a talented group of people, including some who have a remarkable record of accurate remote viewing.

Minority Report: I personally did not see who was being sworn in although what I did see doesn't contradict the majority finding that Biden wins.  Instead I had a vision of the Obamas in attendance, and then a vision of a grim Lyndon Johnson being sworn in on Air Force One in 1963 after Kennedy was shot.  I saw a lot of stress coming up from the ground. I also saw a vision of a group of men in top hats, which later someone pointed out was the Lincoln Project, the anti-Trump Republicans.  Two others in our group, Christine and Andrew, also picked up on the somberness of the event.  Christine, who saw Biden, also wrote, "Part funeral, part Inauguration."  Also Mary L at first saw Trump and Melania and then she saw Biden.  Also Pikake saw a "a version of Queen Victoria, dressed in black with a black veil, also being sworn in." Queen Victoria lost her Albert early in her reign and then reigned in mourning. Also Esther did not see Biden. 

Here are all of the visions:

  • I see and hear a jubilant crowd. They are ecstatic, a young crowd full of hope. I see a man with white hair. There is someone behind in the stand with a blue coat. The man who is making the swearing in (judge?) has a black coat. There is love pouring in for the one swearing in, they are wishing him well. lots of love from the standing. (Doris)
  • I still see everyone wearing masks. I see Biden/Harris. Biden is wearing a black, long coat. The crowd is very excited and there is an air of new beginnings and optimism. I see Harris in a dark blue coat and something red beneath it. I see Justice Roberts holding a bible and smiling. I only see Melania from the current family. (Baba)
  • Biden/Harris being inaugurated. (Lauri MD)
  • Joe Biden and a Black woman who feels like Stacy Abrahms. (Clarissa)
  • Joe Biden is raising his hand. Jill Biden is crying.  With joy.  I see Kamala Harris’ husband. Blue sky. Someone playing a cello. Justice Roberts is smiling.  (Bluebelle)
  • I see George W Bush. I see a lot of mics and I see Barack and Michele Obama.  I see a lot of stress coming off the ground in what looks like fire. I see Lyndon Johnson being inaugurated in November 1963 on Air Force One after Kennedy was shot. His face somber.  There is so much stress in Washington and the country.  I see a lot of black top hats, men huddling together before the Inauguration.  The top hats remind me that these are elites running the country.  It all looks dark and somber to me, like the country has fallen so far and there is so much suffering.  If I fast forward to February 2021 in order to see who is in charge, I see Biden smiling and a black curly-haired woman walking with him.   (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Joe Biden, hand raised. Jill Biden beside him. Woman in dark coat with dark hair has her back to me. I think she’s VP. (Lorraine)
  • Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and their partners. He wears a blue tie.  The crowd is resolved. I feel there’s  a harshness, a conflict because  something has been ripped from all our hearts. Confusion leads to a peace of sorts. We are all so sick of being sick are so sick of it all, we’ve had enough.  Harris wears a grey dark grey cashmere coat.  Something different and profound about the horses and the procession. (Andrew Posey)
  • Umbrellas, black coats, reds and blues. Biden has hand up. I see white hair, and a blond woman.  Obama is there. The weather is chilly, grey clouds, peaceful, military or police, calm, standing at attention, all very orderly and sedate. I see a black person. Sedate again, a bit heavy. Part funeral, part Inauguration.  (Christine B.)
  • I see a woman with dangling earrings, bluish color suit. I see a headline about the new secretary of defense. The secretary will be a millennial man, brown hair. I see a man in his late forties in the crowd, possibly another new secretary? I also saw a group of people smiling, young crowd. I do not see Ivanka. It’s like she left. Former presidential candidates, some of them will be the new secretaries. A woman with glasses, small will be new secretary of state.  (Natasha). Someone thought this sounds like Warren.
  • I see Biden in a blue suit smiling, Nancy Pelosi, with a cream color scarf and nice hair.  Before I flew down to the white house I saw a green dust cloud with the letter T, swirling away. I see the number 7 again and a crosswalk. Someone mentions that they don’t see Trump and I see dust clouds . (Share)
  • I see a lot of red white and blue. Biden in blue suit, red tie, white shirt, black coat and Kamala in a red suit. (Pikake)
  • I see Biden with Jill next to him. The left side of my face is prickling like numb. Not sure if it's cold or possibly neurological.  Or snowflakes stinging. I do not see the VP yet. (Parizienne)
  • I don’t see who it is because I don’t want to cause it. But Barack Obama popped up so I’m hoping it means Biden will be sworn In. (Esther)
  • Biden smiling, waving, wearing a long dress coat. There is so much joy at the Inauguration! (Siobhan)
  • I see a lot of military & uniforms.  I don’t see Biden or Trump,  but I feel like the Democrats won (Julie T.)
  • At first I felt a very strong sense of Trump.  I saw him at White House. He was very, very angry. Scared me, like oh no! what is he still doing there? Then you said to look at the Inauguration and I saw Biden with his hand on Bible with huge smile. Lots of people, lots of excitement and an air of hope and some fear. something about trump.  very dark energy coming from him and others connected with him. (Mary Kay)
  • It's sunny, bright sun.  Biden is being sworn in.  I feel chills, the good kind.  A dark haired woman is by Biden's side.  Kamala Harris in a beige coat.  I think Ivanka and Jared are gone. (Deetoo)
  • I see Joe Biden. Windy, cold day, but hopeful. Melania in background with big green hat and coat.  Crowds are sparse . I also just saw Melania and not Trump.  Green hat. Interesting. I saw her smiling and trying to save face and make up for the family being bad losers. Keep seeing Biden's hair blowing about. (CC21)         
  • I see a blondish woman sitting in the front row, dressed in blue. (Asta)
  • Biden. Blue jacket. Hair blowing a bit in the wind. Big smile. also Harris. very large crowd gathered.  trump is not there. (Anna Van)
  • I see Joe Biden looking very handsome in a black coat. (Debbie)It is a cold sunny day, black trench coat. I see Biden but Trump is strongly there as well. Very confusing. I see Kamala and I don’t trust myself. But I also see Trump in a mask. I see Biden with black eyes too(MKD)
  • However, what is disturbing to me is that I also saw a woman, like a version of Queen Victoria, dressed in black with a black veil, also being sworn in. That I cannot understand.  (Pikake)
  • I see Biden with Kamela marching down the roadway. Biden is sworn in some of the former presidents are there in video like a big screen w zoom. Kamela is in yellow or light green. Biden is in Blue. It is bitter cold and sparse crowds due to Covid. I didn't see any Trumps  (Teri)          
  • I see Biden. (Barbara T)          
  • I see the top of Biden’s head; Kamala Harris. huge crowds yelling! I saw Obama, too, close by. But I saw Kamala much more than Biden.(Mary H.)
  • Man with short well-trimmed hair. Dark red/burgundy tie. It feels as though Trump is not feeling well. Cold air. (Jessica)
  • I had no sense of Trump being there.  I saw Biden smiling in a top hat for a Lincoln hat. That might be a symbol of something, not actually worn.  Lots of smiling Democrat leadership.  Pelosi smiling, Warm happy, Kamala there. I felt that the current Republican leadership was irrelevant.  (Lovendures)

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07/15/2020 3:20 pm  

Something I want to add about my inauguration prediction – I was very surprised when I saw Biden being sworn it.  That’s because for the past year I haven’t see him occupying the Oval Office.  I didn't see T. there, but no Biden either. 

I do see Biden winning.   And now, unlike the times in 2016 when I couldn’t see Hillary in the Oval office, I can see Biden standing in a sunny Oval Office, smiling … but not sitting.  I feel that standing vs. sitting  piece is significant somehow.  "Sitting" to me feels like settling in -- it feels solid, like he's there to stay.  So although I see him winning, there is an uncomfortable feeling surrounding it.   

 


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

2020 is a bad year due to COVID-19. I see that things are changing for the better next year. What changes can we expect? We know that Trump will be leaving and Biden will be the next president.


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

I'm a born pessimist, so I don't see much improvement.

I'm one of the people who sees a lot of chaos around the election and that A Clodwork Orange will refuse to leave voluntarily. I see COVID being with us til 2022 at the earliest, I do not see that a safe, effective vaccine will be available. I see MORE domestic strife, more terrorist attacks by the white supremacist minority. I see worldwide chaos on the increase too, as capitalism goes into its death throes while the climate really goes haywire. We've passed so many tipping points...

My visions for the next inauguration are quite dark, not hopeful and are all over this site, but to summarize, I see a swearing in taking place in a dark, woody room in DC. Pelosi is there but so is Turtleman. Pelosi looks unhappy. I have also seen a dark haired woman as being the one sworn in, but I see people crying and feeling betrayed.

I so hope I'm wrong.

You can look at the Predictions on the site for 2021 - there's lots on there for 2021.

And I wonder - @jeanne-mayell - time for another Read the Future Night - to focus on 2021?


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

@laura-f

I have seen Biden and Harris elected. But --- I once saw Harris as President, which was puzzling to me. (I'm not that great on the timing of what I see in visions.) 

If Biden does not finish his first term, then Harris would be sworn in without the big January inauguration. Gerald Ford was sworn in in the East Room of the White House after Nixon resigned. Lyndon Johnson on the airplane returning to D.C.

Your vision makes a lot of sense in such a case. And it would also be extremely sad if the worst were happen to Joe Biden or if he had to resign for health reasons.


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

@bobbie39 I remembered in the past read the future nights that I have seen the White House painted in pink by 2025. I think what you are seeing fits the prediction.


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  
Posted by: @laura-f

And I wonder - @jeanne-mayell - time for another Read the Future Night - to focus on 2021?

Thinking of a date in September for another read the future night. 


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  
Posted by: @enkasongwriter

@bobbie39 I remembered in the past read the future nights that I have seen the White House painted in pink by 2025. I think what you are seeing fits the prediction.

@enkasongwriter, here are predictions in the future that involve the word "pink" in order of appearance, with the Siobhan prediction the one that stands out:

  • Lots of happy Democrats. I see Joe Biden at a picnic. Pink short sleeve shirt, plaid shorts, smiling. (Donna). Predicted before 2018 for 2020.
  • The color of the executive branch in the U.S. is pink! (Siobhan) Made 6.6.18 for Inauguration 2021.
  • Women in pink hats cheering. (Baba). Made 6.6.19 for 2021.
  • I see a big pink and white 3-tiered birthday cake. (Sharon) Made 6.6.19 for 2021.

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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

@laura-f

I have no doubt that your fears regarding Trump refusing to leave is justified, but I think everyone is forgetting one very important thing:

The protests and riots resulting from the George Floyd murder.

The reason I bring it up is this-the Republicans have a bunch of conspiracy believing, gun toting fanatics in their ranks.  For many years, this group has called the shots.  They march around and carry their AK-47 rifles while whining about how "oppressed" they are.  They use intimidation and the threat of violence as their weapon (as was clearly demonstrated when those Michigan protestors marched around the governor's building while Trump gleefully tweeted on how the Michigan governor should "negotiate" with them.)

But then Floyd was killed.  Millions of people took to the streets to protest.  And while most were peaceful, a small group of them, for whatever reason, resorted to violence and vandalism.

Now, please understand that I do not advocate for violence or vandalism.  However, one positive thing has come out of it.

Right now, the Republicans, from the borderline moderate who tolerates Trump but can't stand him personally to the fanatic NRA anti-government member are SCARED!  They are terrified.  Believe me, I know this because I live in a red state and I hear what many of them are saying (and more of what they aren't admitting).  Many of them speak of the protesters as "thugs" and "criminals," much like Trump is.  HOWEVER, there is not much talk about how they (the Republicans) will take it to the streets to protest the election results.

Why?  Because the riots have shown the Republicans the truth of their position.  They has always known that Democrats outnumber them in this country (and that number has grown bigger with each year that Trump has been President).  But before the riots, many Republicans believed that, if Trump won, Democrats would yell about it but accept the results.

Not anymore.  Now the Republicans in my area are scared as to what will occur if Trump does win.  They fear that the protestors who marched for George Floyd will take to the streets and riot. 

Many Republicans fear Trump, and they will go along with anything that he does so long as they get something in return, but many are drawing the line on taking to the streets and fighting for him if he wins (aka-cheats) and the rest of the country won't accept the results.

In short, even if Trump refuses to concede defeat, you can expect that establishment Republicans will do everything possible to balk him and, if necessary, kick him out.  The tactic that Trump used in 2016 (having his supporters "patrol" voting booths with their firearms) will not work this time.  If anything, they are afraid of "evil liberals" waiting to shoot them from the rooftops (I am not kidding, one person actually believes that here.)  But they are no longer as determined to fight as they were before.  They are truly afraid.  Many of them believe that if Biden wins and they protest it, they will be met with corresponding force from the Democrats.

So as bad as the riots that followed Floyd's death was, it did serve a purpose.  Republicans now believe (whether rightly or wrongly) that Democrats are now a violent force barely held in check because they are waiting for the results of the 2020 election.  Many of them foresee mass uprisings from Democrats that will result in bloodshed if Trump somehow wins, and many no longer wish for this to occur, because now they know (1) they are severely outnumbered, because only a fraction of the protestors participated in the rioting and vandalism, and yet that number is still bigger than the group of Republicans willing to use violence to further their cause and (2) Trump, even at the best of times, is not a leader to inspire love and devotion, and many Republicans struggle every day to justify a reason as to why they stick with him.

There will be violence and protests regardless of who wins, but now many Republicans fear that a Trump win will result in more chaos and violence than a Biden win would, and some are planning to vote for "the lesser of two evils." 

I think the real question here is whether Trump will make it to the election.  Everyone keeps making a big deal about Biden and his age, but Trump is the one engaging in rallies without wearing a facemask.  If he gets Covid 19, his chances of dying are greater than Biden's (due to being overweight, obvious mental health problems, SADS [Small and Abnormal Dick Syndrome], etc.).

Another possibility is if the Republicans in charge (McConnell, McCarthy, Graham, etc.) will make Trump leave once they stop lying to themselves and realize that if Get Rid of Trump enthusiasm is still high on November 3, then every single Republican on the ballot may be kicked out and thus giving Democrats a majority in the House and the Senate, much like the situation that occurred to the Republican party in California a few years ago, which they have yet to recover from.

I will tell you this (based on my experience as a lawyer and dealing with district attorneys.)  If the Supreme Court does rule against Trump on the tax case, then that is the best chance.  Because if the DA in New York gets access to the tax records, he will call a grand jury and they will have a session where they will hear the evidence.  After the grand jury hearing, indictments and arrest warrants will be issued.

And based on the average time it takes for a DA to receive and review the evidence (as well as call a Grand Jury), then we can expect indictments around the month of October.

Yep, you read that right.  October.  As close to election day as the DA can get.

Remember when that letter was released from the FBI about how they planned to reopen the investigation on Hillary a few days before the election?  Basically the same principal applies.  Even if the DA doesn't charge Trump, he can charge other people close to Trump, or even Trump's family.  And the possibility of another four years of investigations and charges will be enough to drive Republicans voters from the polls and Independents to cast their ballots for Biden.  Basically, the DA in New York, if he wins, will use the Republicans' dirty tricks against them.

The Republican insiders know this.  So if the Supreme Court rules against Trump, you can expect them to start to quietly work behind the scenes to convince Trump to step out gracefully before the election so they can minimize the damage.  These Republicans believe that if Trump steps down prior to the election, then many Democrats won't show up to vote because their goal is to drive Trump out.  The endangered Republicans keep their seats, and they spend the next four years playing "obstructionists" against Biden.

It will be interesting to see who would win in that scenario.  Personally, I think Trump is too stupid to step down, and he will fight the Republicans on this. 


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

@allyn

OK - a lot to absorb...

What I agree with you on:

  • Rethuglicans ARE getting scared
  • We beat back the GOP very successfully in CA and we're hoping they are not able to make a comeback at all.
  • The gun-toting nutbars are a minority of Americans
  • Dems will rise up, peacefully, if Twitler "wins" (in quotes because I doubt it would be a legit win)
  • I do not advocate for violence
  • October surprise/SCOTUS/taxes - 100% with you on that!
  • Twitler won't step down, either because of stupidity or just his Dark Triad personality. Or both.
  • It is possible that GOP obstructionism will continue if the Dem election plan fails in any way.

What I see very differently:

  • Fearful Rethuglicans will resort to violent confrontation if Dems protest at all, they may not want to die on the BLM hill right now, but I think that will change if they feel absolutely cornered. We may outnumber them, but they can outgun/out bomb us if they try hard enough.
  • Much of the actual violence (NOT looting) was caused by agents provocateurs and the right wingers, in cognito or not, and by the police.
  • I absolutely advocate for vandalism - I care not one whit for statues, buildings, etc. If it takes some physical dismantling of the current racist system, so be it. It's a false equivalence to put property damage and human injury/death into the same sentence in this context, as they are not equivalent and suggesting that they are both inappropriate represents a privileged way of thinking about the protests.
  • I don't think the GOP will force Smallhands McDouchebag out of office prior to the election, and at this point I hope they don't because I shudder to think of the levels of theocractic autocracy that will be inflicted upon us if someone, say St. Mike, or Eddie Munster Ryan, runs in his place (because they might actually win).
  • QAnon proponents are starting to win primaries and governmental elections in purple and red states. To me, this bodes ill. I think that down the line, we'll see more violence as a result.
  • If TRE45ON gets sick or has a major stroke, I suspect it will be hidden in some way, and that if it's COVID he'll get the best treatment and not die of it. They'll use COVID as the excuse for lack of public appearances, but it'll be like when Woodrow Wilson had a stroke - they propped him up in bed and his wife forged his signature on everything.

Adding:  I continue to hope that I am wrong on a lot of these!


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

@jeanne-mayell Jeanne, what I meant was that many saw that we will eventually have a female president, including me.


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  
Posted by: @enkasongwriter

@jeanne-mayell Jeanne, what I meant was that many saw that we will eventually have a female president, including me.

Thanks, so I found three very old visions made in 2017 and 2018 that the 2021 Inauguration would have a woman executive. I'm cautious because I haven't seen this yet myself.  At a minimum it points to a female on the democratic ticket. 


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07/15/2020 11:50 pm  

My predictions for 2021.  50% intuition (brain) 50% gut feeling (gut).

I think that Biden is ill, knows he is ill, and is using his veep search as a way to find the next President.  I don't see him staying in office long -- I can't quite get to whether he bows out due to health concerns or doesn't make it in office.  I feel like he gets elected and inaugurated.  I am not good with temporal distance to see how long he's in before we're swearing in the 47th.  I DO feel like he wins most of the time.

There is a small piece of me that says Trump backs out before the election.  I just sense darkness there - I cannot tell if it's because of health, if he just up and quits, or what.  When I follow this path I see a much closer race.  I can't tell if it's Pence or someone else - just a silhouette.  This is the least likely path, but it's one I've seen.

I want to turn my response for 2021 now toward school.  It is apparent that this doesn't affect kids as it affects olders, but they can still spread it.  And if there's one thing that kids are good at, it's spreading germs.  I'm in Michigan, and they just released our return to school roadmap.  If I'm honest, it's the first thing that's disappointed me about my governor's response to the pandemic.  I get it -- she has to get reelected in two years, and her bases on safety are covered.  But requirements phase out at Phase 4.  Some of the things that really need to be done are listed as highly recommended, or recommended but are not required.  I work in a middle level district called an ISD that functions between the state department of ed and a group of local school districts, so I'm privy to the superintendent meetings and the like.  All of them agree the recommendations and strongly recommended things are great in theory, but they lack the finances to implement any of them.  Even with the additional funding, it'll only go toward meeting the requirements when they're in phase 4.  Like most other states we have a teacher shortage, and a substitute teacher shortage.  A friend of mine is the assistant superintendent of the school my kids go to.  We have a case of wine riding on the answer to this question:  "How much of the year will be in person?"  She said 60%.  Without thinking my response was 40% or less.  We're doing "over/under" odds on her 60% number because 40% is essentially three months of school plus some change and was too depressing to dwell on.

As I've sat here contemplating how I got to that answer in the days since, I see two paths.

Path 1:  We don't return in the fall.  I'll know the likelihood of this path in about two weeks as my corner of the state remained in Phase 5 while the rest of the state went down.  The traffic headed into my neck of the woods started yesterday and was the worst I've seen it in 20 years of living up here today.  If we surge, schools are mandated to close when a region goes to Phase 3.  (Individual schools need to close if cases creep up).  That means, a surge from the July 4 weekend that goes unchecked for two weeks, puts us in mid July when the numbers start increasing, and the mid-August start dates most of the state have decided upon won't be feasible.  On this path, we may return briefly, but once cold and flu season hits, I don't see us going further.

Path 2:  We escape (somehow) a surge from July 4 and open this fall.  By October schools are falling like dominos (I see dominos in both paths but I think it's because a school IN a region can close before the region itself closes as based on the plan) We have the longest winter break ever and possibly finish the year in person.

Both of these are fuzzy.  Strangely, fuzzier than my presidential election vibes.  Spring - like April feels like when we might get some of the old normalcy back (although "normal" for schools pre-pandemic was broken, so lets not return to that either)  I'm in the school equivalent of middle level management and all of my trainings next year will be virtual, so I won't be leaving my office and I won't be exposing myself every day.  But my wife teaches elementary special education and has severe asthma.  I worry for her.  And my kids bringing it home.  I think how close I am to it is why this is fuzzier to see.  I just keep feeling April.

I am bookmarking this page and coming back in October to see which path we're on in both the presidential race and schools -- in Michigan and around the country!  Or, to see if we're on a completely different one.  I still don't know which of my 50% (Brain or Gut) holds my intuition and which is projecting my wishes (Biden winning) and fears (40% in person instruction) on any glimpses I'm getting.


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07/17/2020 1:59 pm  

@jeanne-mayell

A question for you and those who have been on the forum since before the 2016 election.

My understanding from what I've read on here is that the majority saw Hilary being sworn in.

I'm wondering if there was a minority that saw Twitler?

And if so, what were those visions?

I ask because I keep seeing something completely different for 2021, I'm hoping my overall pessimism is what's causing that, and that I'm just wrong, but the visions I have had about 2021 have only changed a little bit in 3 years, and the message that comes across most is sadness and betrayal, not joy and hope, regardless of who I'm seeing and where they are.


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07/17/2020 2:10 pm  

@laura-f  One thing that made the prediction for Hillary difficult was the fact that she did win the popular vote.  That's why this election must have a huge turnout and a flipped Senate so that we can get rid of the Electoral College once and for all.  Keep the faith!

 


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07/17/2020 2:18 pm  

@dannyboy  I'm working on visioning so definitely consider me an amateur. Spring of 2022 maybe.  It felt like he had to be there in the beginning though as a much needed figure of healing and uniting to get us started.  I agree that it also felt like he was choosing his VP with knowledge of that possibility.  (I keep seeing Kamala Harris, but that may be 50/50 for me too.) 

As for Trump resigning, my only vision of him was a picture of him in his golf outfit, sitting on the ground and tied to a telephone pole in a rural area with NO ONE AROUND.  However, I've heard two pundits who know him personally say that they think he'll resign too (Donny Deutsch and one other).  On the other hand, other pundits although they don't claim direct knowledge of him say that they don't think he's in touch with reality enough to know he should resign.  But, if he does, the race will become closer for sure (just logic--not a vision).  


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07/17/2020 2:27 pm  

@seeker4 I'm inclined to agree with the ones who say he won't resign because he's too disconnected to realize that he should.  However, he's already said in some interview that I remember quotes from that "Biden will be the next President because nobody likes me," so there is a possibility that he may get tired if being the national (and international) punching bag and rage quit.  I don't see that happening, but it's possible.


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07/17/2020 2:47 pm  

@laura-f, I never saw Hillary as President.  Now I never looked to see who was being sworn in, but before the election I did frequently view the Oval Office in 2017 to see who was there.  As I mentioned in an earlier post, I never saw Hillary; just a dark, foggy mist.  I also remember feeling quite nervous about the 2016 election. 

Up until the night of our Intuitive Way remote viewing, I didn't see Biden or T. as President in 2021.  The Inaugural stage was always fuzzy, and the Oval Office was empty but clean and sunny.  So when our class did those predictions I was really surprised when I saw Biden being sworn in.   But like some of you here, I don't see Biden completing his term.  I do feel a little nervous about it ... like something is "off".  I can't put my finger on it.  

@seeker4, I heard Donny Deutsch say that about T resigning too.  I'm not so sure ... it depends on what kind of ridiculous narrative they can orchestrate so that fool can save face.  

I love your golf outfit/telephone pole vision, by the way!


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07/17/2020 3:04 pm  

@deetoo  Dark foggy mist fits for Trump so you saw pretty well.  When I try to think about T resigning, I feel like it's about his mental illness: what do dangerous Narcissists do when trapped? The only thing I note is that those who think he might resign--come up with some elaborate explanation--are those who actually know him.  Wonder if someone has asked Mary Trump this question.


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07/17/2020 3:47 pm  

@seeker4 When I read your "telephone pole" prediction I both laughed out loud and immediately thought it may actually be the "Labor day" prediction that's rumored Republican Leadership have given him to turn it around before they flee the ship.  I can't get anything new here.  Just dark, swirling mist concealing things on him specifically for most of September and October.  I'll instead try to walk down a path toward what's going on with Pence and McConnell around that time and see if it offers any insight.  I'll report back later tonight.


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