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Message Subject SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri
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This was a post on another thread that I found Intersting , it was on the thread about Edgar Cayce and sleeping giants , it was posted by Ford44 who ive only recently become familar with and I'm really suprised that he hasn't posted anything on this thread yet. I wish he would join us , seems like he would have a lot to contribute.

This prophecy was fulfilled 2 years ago when the San Francisco Giants came back and won the World Series. Pretty amazing when you consider the Giants were in New York when Cayce was alive.

Do you think there is a remote possibility that prophets keep their predictions vague so there is less of a chance they will be proven wrong?

Last Edited by Ford44 on 06/10/2012 09:47 PM
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I'm not sure which prophesy he was referring to but I'm sure it was posted , but Im curious to know more about this from ford44 because its interesting to note that there was a very famous earthquake that took place in '89 at Candlestick Park durring a playoff game between the two teams from California , the Sanfransisco Giants and Oakland Athletics.
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remembering edgar and the mound builders

A 17 minute TEDx presentation by Jim Vieira, a stone mason who has spent 20 years researching the stones and mounds and Giant skeletons found around north America, and dating back thousands of years. He found, as did I a few years back, that the Smithsonian collected, examined, and then seemingly has hidden away any information on these Giants. They don't fit the academically accepted and taught history of America, so hide them and hope nobody catches on.
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