When I participated in the January 2019 reading session and Jeanne asked us to look into Inauguration Day, I clearly saw a white man with dark hair with his hand on the Bible. But I couldn't see his face. At first I thought this may be a reference to Beto, but this guy's hair was very dark, black with no hint of gray and it was manicured, especially around his ear because I was seeing a side profile of him.
After watching an interview with Pete Buttigieg I really do think this is who I was seeing and I am starting to feel that I didn't see his face in my vision because I didn't know him yet.
Anyone else picking up anything on Mayor Pete?
I remember reading your post, but can’t recall where you posted it. Your post really resonated with me at the time. After listening to interviews with Mayor Pete..I thought that’s him! He’s the guy I think Melissa was referring to!
Although I support others running, there seems to be something unique about Pete. He certainly is a voice we need to hear from. I think all candidates will grow and learn from one another, at least that is my hope.
I have listened to every interview that I am aware of and remain impressed.
How funny you remembered that. That's so cool. Thank you for sharing that. Ever since I saw the dark haired man vision I have been checking out hair color and style of each candidate that comes onto the scene. haha! I agree with you there is something unique about Pete. A natural humility and what energetically feels like a higher calling of some sort. We shall see how it shakes out over time. 🙂
Also, fyi, Jeanne posted my description on the predictions page for January of 2021:
- Although I saw Kamala Harris with a man on a victory stage after the election, the person with their hand on the book at Inauguration is a man with dark hair. (Melissa F.) predicted 2/2/2019
When I read your prediction, it seemed to land squarely and solidly on my heart. I did pretty much the same thing as you did as candidates began to sep forward. When I listened to Beto, my heart response was similar..it just didn’t fit your prediction and what I felt inside. It wasn’t him. I knew when I saw and heard Pete following watching an interview..that’s the guy she’s referring too.
I love the way you articulated your last response. I comepletly agree. I think he is the real deal.
Thinking back on Inauguration predictions, I remember seeing in one visioning session, a man with dark hair riding a dark horse down the Avenue towards the Inauguration stage. The only problem is that I thought the man was in a military uniform, but can't be sure. This reading was way back in, I think, 2017. One person thought that the horse symbol represented a dark horse candidate, which Pete Buttigieg would certainly be. But I'm not predicting it yet, just pointing out that vision I had. 🙂
I don’t know. I can only share the vision. At the time I didn’t like the vision. I wanted to see someone I knew or a woman and the military uniform scared me. He wasn’t on the inaugural platform but he is the vision I saw when I focused in the inauguration. If he's Pete Buttigieg, then that's good. 🙂
I've got a good feeling about Pete. As much as I'd love to see a woman as president, I think he'd be a great option for our current climate. I too, saw a man and woman as our new leaders in the remote viewing. Putting energy into that vision instead of fear that Trump will remain. *ohmmmm*
I remember Jeanne's vision and thinking at the time that it represented a dark horse candidate with a military background or military support who some might find unsettling. Not sure if Pete fits the bill, as much as I'd love to see him win. Seth Moulton might though, and he seems to be considering jumping in. Keep an eye on him.
I love Pete Buttigieg too! I like many of the Dem candidates, especially Kamala and Beto, but as soon as I saw the first video of Major Pete it really struck a deep chord. He's so intelligent and articulate and I love that he is young and an out-and-proud married gay man. It just feels like such a breath of fresh air in all the poisonous fumes of politics lately. I'm glad to hear of these visions and hope you're right.
His height isn't listed on Wikipedia. There is a picture of he, his partner and Cher from the torso up. Cher appears to be about 1-2" taller (can't tell if she is wearing heels). Cher is listed as 5'9", so it is likely that Pete is no less than 5'7" and probably no taller than 5'9" tall.
There is another picture of him with Bradley Whitford (West Wing) and he is listed as 5' 11". I'm going to guess Pete to be around 5' 8"....perfectly average height.
Totally my opinions, nothing intuitive here, but I LOVE Pete Buttigieg and think IF he can get the nomination (I'll come back to that in a minute), he stands a good chance of winning. I think that despite him being gay, the rural voters would like him. The "pros" are substantial: veteran who fought in a war, white, male, from the midwest, his overall bearing is non-threatening to other males but also not weak.
As much as I love Harris and Warren, I do not believe for one second that ANYONE from a big city on either coast can win in 2020, much less a woman. I do think a female VP candidate would be ideal. And even though I really like Beto, he's fizzling out because he's coming across as a goofball with no real policy statements.
I also think that the DCCC will force the nomination to a "coastal elite" in an effort to appease the coastal elites that the DCCC thinks is their base. They just don't get it. They'll do what they did in 2016 and manipulate the outcome at the convention. If you have any doubts, look at the recent policy statement from DCCC from last week, in which they state that new, young dems who try to primary dem incumbents in 2020 will be swatted down. If that's not a clear statement that says they're planning to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory again, I don't know what is.
I've just watched Pete Buttigieg on the Breakfast Club on YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zunsfxjyOAE) - I really recommend watching this. (and I saw him on Bill Mayer).
My initial impressions are that I think he has some very good progressive ideas and seems really genuine. The contrast between him and DT is mindblowing (and very refreshing to see!). I don't live in the US but I think he would be really good as President. However, I'm not sure the US is ready for him yet...I think there would be too much opposition from those who want to maintain the status quo because it benefits their own wealth and power, and who are in the position to try and stop him. They would certainly try and bring him down. Could he, and does he have the people around him to help him to, have enough clout and support to thwart that? I don't personally know enough to answer that. But I think he is really the type of politician that's needed (not just in the US!).
Did anyone catch his announcement and speech today? I got chills. Watching him was incredibly moving. I felt a kind of positive enegery and joy that nearly brought me to tears. He's *everything*, all the things I couldn't even quantify to want, or dare hope for, in a potential candidate.
It was so strong, I felt a little fear too, knowing that there are some damned evil forces out there who would strongly resist a light this bright.
But he is strong and optimistic, and I want to be too. I really hope he makes it all the way.
Did anyone else pick up anything?
You can see the speech here. It starts around 1:16, but the guy before him is really good as well.
He is a tough guy! He picks up on hypocrisy so he can fight evil with truth. I’m very
impressed. Also with Marianne Williamson. At first I thought how people won’t be able to hear her message. But maybe they can! Getting to the roots of problems with races, with Israel and Palestine, with the southern border/immigration, and eve college loan repayment. But also health care starting at birth. We have money for wars, why not for health?
His speech was incredibly moving. When he talked about not wanting to go back, except for maybe going back 20 years to talk to his younger self and tell him how all the things he thought he'd never get to do would in fact happen, it just brought tears to my eyes. When he talked about the horror show in Washington, and wanting to turn the page, it did give me hope. He reminded me of the hope I felt listening to Obama after the horrible Bush years.
There was a great line in Mayor Pete's speech last night where he talked about the "horror show" in Washington being fascinating, but it's time to CHANGE THE CHANNEL.
This really resonated with me. I know in the Robert Mueller thread, people have talked about just turning off the news and social media, because all the Trump horror is just debililtatingly depressing. And all that negative energy is not helping us or the general situation.
Watching Pete's announcement yesterday, I felt wonderfully hopeful and excited for the first time since 2016.
Today I went through all my Twitter follows and removed a bunch of the #resistance people that are longer serving my sanity (most of them just rehash increasingly unlikely 'savior' scenarios now) and instead followed a ton of brand new Pete accounts. My dash is full of such positive and excited tweets! This is the medicine I need. I think Pete's right. Let's just TURN THE CHANNEL and stop letting our news be about the orange menace.
Here's a list of Pete accounts to follow:
I really like Mayor Pete too. After listening to his speech, I felt like I just took a cleansing shower. Also, that I could finally exhale! For the past two years, I'd been unconsciously holding my breath a lot more. I have that wonderful "Aaahhh" moment each time I hear Mayor Pete speak.
I also really like Cory Booker's message, as well as Warren and Harris.
Love Mayor Pete's intelligence and vibrant spiritual energy. Like others here, he gave me hope and healing after these two dreadful years of negativity. Also have good vibs from Harris. Thinking this might be the winning ticket. I also told a friend recently that a GOP canidate will run against T and cause him considerable damage. Heard that Weld just announced today. And important to remember, T has rapidly declining cognitive abilities. As I've stated before, I feel he has dementia like his father and it's quite advanced.