- The world is living on the brink of uncertainty
- Arab Spring made the news in 2012
- Austerity measures are another area of uncertainty
- You are told that real estate is a great buy right now
- People are worried about their health
- People are starving for hope
The world is living on the brink of uncertainty. First, let’s talk about the world event that caught everyone off guard – the Pope resigned. This didn’t catch us off-guard as on November 12, 2011 we predicted that the Pope would resign due to health reasons, and/or a scandal. it seems we were right on both counts. This notarized prediction can be found on the Channeled Readings Greatest Hits web page.
Arab Spring made the news in 2012, but where are we now? All these Arab countries that had riots and demonstrations in order to gain a more democratic government have discovered that the new rulers put into power are no better than the ousted dictators and in many cases worse.
Austerity measures are another area of uncertainty. They started in Europe with all the economic troubles and quickly spread. High prices, lack of jobs, cut in benefits and services all led to taking more from the people who had the least to take. These austerity measures are coming to the U.S. and will be prominent in the news by 2014. Everywhere there’s uncertainty. Uncertainty in the stock markets around the world, doubt about an economic recovery, worries that banks may not very stable.
You are told that real estate is a great buy right now, but millions more homes are in the foreclosure pipeline. People are uncertain that they will ever be able to retire; that they’ll have enough money to live on in their old age.
People are worried about their health and their uncertainty about available health care. All this uncertainty causes worry and stress. The stress in turn causes fear, which politicians and the news play off of. When people are uncertain or scared, they are easily manipulated. They start to believe anything.
People are starving for hope. They hope someone’s coming to rescue them in the future so things can go back to normal – whatever that was. Many people are losing hope. Even the Pope quit.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That uncertainty is not to be feared although you face it each day. Decide what you are going to do about your own situation and quit worrying about everything you hear on the news.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because you will hear about one economic crisis after another coming down the road. Every few months they’ll be another fiscal cliff, or a meat cleaver sequester program, or who knows what they’ll come up with for the next one. These crises are all manufactured and designed to keep you scared.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you stopped listening to the news all together you would be a different person. Turn off the TV.
COMMENTARY: There’s a saying that if you don’t listen to the news you’re uninformed, if you do listen to the news you’re ill-informed. Listening to the news is like a barometer of what most people are programmed to believe, especially when you hear the same thing on every news channel. It leads people who expose themselves to this mass media programming to believe that it must be true. That’s how brainwashing of the masses is designed to work. To believe anything different makes you an outcast, or a weirdo. Worse yet, if you try to warn others, you are labeled a fear monger. Don’t broadcast your perceptions because it could get you in trouble. Just let the noise go on around you as you see it for what it really is – manufactured scare tactics. Don’t expect many to be awake. This is going to progress as the years unfold. Within the next 2 years you will be forced to make life decisions that will separate you from the drones.