Pony Party, Guess What It’s About….

Tee-hee…just having a little fun with the title….because today’s ponies are obsessed with predicting the future….

Historically, many methods have been used in attempts to predict the future…



The ponies, lacking the thumbs needed to deal cards, or the palms needed to read palms…having tired of tea and getting too hungry and eating their i ching straws…have galloped into the 21st century and have turned prediction into pre-digit-iction…with random number/random event generators

It looks (or so im told) like a black box.  Because (so im told) it IS a black box.  It generates a series of 1’s and 0’s, randomly, rather like repeated coin tosses.  Statistically, a graph of the results of such a series should be a flat line.  

Why, then, does the REG graph for Sept 11, 2001, show a ‘spike’ beginning 4 hours before the WTC attacks?  hmmm?  you can view the graphs at the following link, if you like… http://www.boundary.org/articl…

According to this Redorbit.com article, other world events have also created dramatic results, and are believed (by the believers..lol) to be manifestations of a collective subconscious or collective emotional event.  

The machine apparently sensed the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centre four hours before they happened – but in the fevered mood of conspiracy theories of the time, the claims were swiftly knocked back by sceptics. But last December, it also appeared to forewarn of the Asian tsunami just before the deep sea earthquake that precipitated the epic tragedy.

Now, even the doubters are acknowledging that here is a small box with apparently inexplicable powers.

I myself draw no conclusions.  However, I’ll leave you with someone else’s, from the same article, to ponder….

For what his experiments appear to demonstrate is that while we may all operate as individuals, we also appear to share something far, far greater – a global consciousness. Some might call it the mind of God.

‘We’re taught to be individualistic monsters,’ he says. ‘We’re driven by society to separate ourselves from each other. That’s not right.

We may be connected together far more intimately than we realise.’

~73v

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    • Robyn on February 28, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    Michael Coney‘s view of the Greataway.  If it is possible to get from this now to an imagined future, than that future exists, on some happentrack.  So all aboard the Celestial Steam Locomotive to travel the expanse of possibility.

    • RiaD on February 28, 2008 at 3:34 pm

    connected, i mean. otherwise ‘mob mentality’ wouldn’t be. it’s the same thing that makes a pod of dolphins work togeter to make a bubble wall, or herds of gazelles take off running at the same time. Of course we do.

  1. The MomPop&kids nuclear family doesn’t need any human connection with the outside world. They’re happy to be compartmentalized in their little box, thankyouverymuch. They bitch about in-laws and whine about going to Grandma’s for the holidays (where everyone fights anyway) and get all they need from the InterneTV. Really, why even go outside?

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