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Lucky guess or precognition?
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Before the hockey game (Canadiens-Red Wings) started tonight, about three hours or so beforehand, I had a thought about my stepdad, who I know watches all the Montreal games, and I wondered whether I would join him (he lives 5 minutes away). I was confident about the game given the last recent stretch and how they had fared against the Wings just two days ago, and in my mind I thought I'd tell my stepdad, "Tonight they're going to win 10-0". Which if you know hockey is an extremely unlikely blow-out. Then my mind said, "No, 10-1". I imagined he'd just laugh at me. I wasn't seriously trying to predict the game, but it's just a thought I had and the kind of thing I often do with him.

I stayed home and watched the score on the internet as I was doing other things and.. that was the exact score tonight. It was 8-0 and I think in the 3rd, and then Detroit scored a lucky one, and I started to smile. When they hit 9-1 I just knew they'd put another in.


Just thought I'd share that. Anybody here have precog or lucky-guess experiences with sports like this?
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(12-03-2017, 03:26 AM)Ninshub Wrote: Before the hockey game (Canadiens-Red Wings) started tonight, about three hours or so beforehand, I had a thought about my stepdad, who I know watches all the Montreal games, and I wondered whether I would join him (he lives 5 minutes away). I was confident about the game given the last recent stretch and how they had fared against the Wings just two days ago, and in my mind I thought I'd tell my stepdad, "Tonight they're going to win 10-0". Which if you know hockey is an extremely unlikely blow-out. Then my mind said, "No, 10-1". I imagined he'd just laugh at me. I wasn't seriously trying to predict the game, but it's just a thought I had and the kind of thing I often do with him.

I stayed home and watched the score on the internet as I was doing other things and.. that was the exact score tonight. It was 8-0 and I think in the 3rd, and then Detroit scored a lucky one, and I started to smile. When they hit 9-1 I just knew they'd put another in.


Just thought I'd share that. Anybody here have precog or lucky-guess experiences with sports like this?

No, I've never had that in sport, Ian. I've had it a few times with other things though. I think I might have been tempted to
put a "few pounds (dollars) on" if that had come into my mind.

Having said that, I'm useless at predicting the outcome of matches (sport). I don't bet on anything anymore but one of the few exceptions I had was in the English FA cup. Tottenham verses Coventry. I wanted to back Tottenham (who were also the strong favourites) but I knew I'd lose (always did)  so I put the money on Coventry. Coventry won 3-2.
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(12-03-2017, 03:26 AM)Ninshub Wrote: Anybody here have precog or lucky-guess experiences with sports like this?

First, congrats on having positive relationship with a step-dad. Considering how you abuse his loverly daughter with your mighty sword of Richard.

<chortle>

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Since you create your physical reality, there is no such thing as luck however the synchronicity of the event shows you that you were living in the Moment and pursuing the thing that excited you in that Moment (Now).

Since you were of a similar vibration with your step-dad (thank you for the co-creation S-Dad), you manged to access a parallel Earth(s) where the game was playing and had been played. No pre-cog either. Just cognition. You were strongly of his like vibration and - I am guessing here a bit - there could have been a commingling of energies which assisted in the information access-gathering.

Now you and S-D have an amazing experience to ponder...and so have we.

Sharing! Smile
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Huh. Until now I had had no idea that Ian had married his stepsister.
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Yeah, I got a laugh out of that one too. Smile
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(12-03-2017, 08:31 PM)Laird Wrote: Huh. Until now I had had no idea that Ian had married his stepsister.

Happens all the time where I come from.  

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Or...

I could have been mistaken thinking God Only Knows What.
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