The Five Pivotal Predictions for the New World
The Five Pivotal Predictions for the New World Cinda Crull
In the year 2000, right after G.W. Bush won the presidency, I was sitting at my computer when I got the first of my five predictions. The rest came within a short period of time. The initial one made the hair stand up on the back of my neck. The rest seemed confusing and unlikely to me. I didn’t know what to do with them, so I did nothing. I let these predictions lie fallow for eleven years, despite the fact that one had already come true. As world events started reflecting another of the predictions and the remaining ones seemed more plausible, I decided it was time to share them.
Now I no longer feel timid, nor do I find the remaining predictions improbable. Rather, they produce in me a sense of reassurance that we are being guided by a larger purpose. So here they are. I hope they inspire you to participate in these exciting global changes. At the very least, I hope they alleviate any anxiety you may feel about being part of a world in great transition.
1. This one [President G.W. Bush] will need a war to remain popular.
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