Big Event in the Next Week?
Warning for the United States. Roe v. Wade finally overturned?
I don’t normally pass along intuitive information but for what it’s worth, here goes.
I study with a genuine Sufi shaykh from Turkey who often gets intuitive spiritual guidance (what charismatic Christians would call a “word of knowledge”). He was guided to warn his students in the United States of a big event happening this next week or so, and that we should lay low, avoid any protests, and pray for peace. Shop for food in advance and avoid restaurants and public places.
He didn’t have any info on what the exact event was. But it was specifically for his students in the United States.1
We do have Memorial Day coming up, which could trigger a terror event, but those types of events typically don’t result in massive protests. Thus, my bet would be on the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
I could be wrong, of course. But we had some rumors that the Roe v. Wade announcement was going to happen this past Monday, but it did not. The federal government has been on alert for potentially violent protests should the abortion decision be overturned.
But who knows. With all the craziness going on, anything can happen. So be on the alert and avoid big crowds just in case.
Regardless, whether it’s next week or sometime this summer, we can bet that there will be massive protests happening of some kind sooner or later…given that it’s a volatile election with critical midterms coming up.
I’m going to try to make the best of my summer by disconnecting as much as possible from the coming chaos. When I’m not enjoying the weather, I’m basically going to hole myself up and binge watch Turkish TV and Bollywood movies to disconnect myself from American culture as much as possible.
That, and do a lot of meditation, prayer, and mind/body practices (yoga, qigong, etc.).
Here’s my take on Roe v. Wade, by the way:
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