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  1. Vickie Vickie Acklin
    May 29, 2021 @ 7:59 pm

    I agree with you, Gordon but I do think the Akashics have certain knowledge that at times can really make a difference in how one might choose to proceed with a situation that’s very important to them. That’s been my experience recently anyway.

    • Avatar photoGordon Phinn
      May 30, 2021 @ 11:37 am

      As a long time amateur student of history, I am all too aware of how cultural perspectives and political necesity can twist the record into prideful victories and shameful losses, rather than the colourful chaos that refuses to be easily categorised.
      Does reading the Akashic Records as a non-aligned spirit resolve this? Or does our determination to stamp moral progress on mankind’s evolution outstrip our ability to see the carnival for what it is, a circus that came to town and never left?
      It’s a question that preoccupies me from time to time, when the bliss of mere being fades for a bit.

      • Avatar photoAdrian
        May 31, 2021 @ 7:46 am

        It is an intresting question, I wonder about it too. When watching remote viewers describing past historical events, it seems the opinions/views of the tasker, somewhat color what the remote viewers percive.

        And what if there are multiple timelines, and multiple earth histories with different pasts, shifting changing and merging, is there a correct past then? Many ifs. Maybe what can be viewed most accurately is what personally meaningful and relevant to the person.

        • Vickie Vickie Acklin
          May 31, 2021 @ 10:28 am

          I couldn’t agree more, Adrian. Everytime I watch Farsight’s RV sessions I am always surprised at how much Courtney Brown adds his strong opinions to the RV viewers outcomes. Courtney puts his own “slant” on every single viewing session and that’s why I stopped watching the RV’s at Farsight. He should never interpret the viewers work but instead let the people watching form their own opinion.

          I also completely agree with your second paragraph. I truly believe the choices we make in our present time always shifts the future outcome for us. If we want to see our future, we have to examine our present first because the future is ever changing and formed by the present.

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