In the first half, futurist Paul Guercio and physicist George Hart of the Merlin Project spoke about their software-based forecasting technology in relation to the 'Timetraks' (graphical snapshots) of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and what could be in store for election day. Their previously discussed timetraks for the two candidates showed the cyclical variations for their personal lives, with Trump having a lot of activity during 2016-2018, and Clinton peaking between 2018-2020. However, when they did timetraks that began with the start date of the candidates' declaration to run for the presidency, a different picture emerged.
Clinton's announcement timetrak shows a high degree of activity between 2015 to 2020, while Trump's activity is much lower in the same time period, aside from 2017, when Hart speculated that Trump may kick off his rumored new media empire. Based on the announcement timetraks, Hillary Clinton will likely "squeak through" to victory, Guercio predicted, though it's possible Trump could win the popular vote, while Clinton takes the Electoral College. Starting on November 9th, things could be much more tenuous and complicated than even the election cycle was, Guercio added.
Joanne DiMaggio has been actively involved with Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) since 1987, and has been professionally pursuing past-life research and therapy for over 25 years. In the latter half, she shared details and insights from the numerous past life regression sessions she's conducted. Many of her clients had deep-seated issues that were resolved in just one past life recall session-- just finding the origin of their problem allowed them to put the issue behind them, she said. Often times, people's present day physical ailments or illnesses have roots in a specific past life, she revealed.
In one of her cases, a woman suffered from sciatica (leg) pain, and went back to a life in 18th century France, where she was a ballerina who set up a rival dancer to have an accident in which her leg was injured, suggesting that some sort of karmic retribution was in play. Interestingly, DiMaggio has concluded that there is no such thing as an "old soul" as all souls were created at the same time, though some people do reincarnate more frequently than others. As part of the process, all souls picks out their parents before they're born into a body, she continued. Some of the people she's regressed have spoken in thick dialects or accents, while others have described lives on other planets, or going as far back on Earth as 800 BC.
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