This was given to me from Spirit.  It did make me laugh.

The whole point of an argument is knowing your right, which requires proof. On the question of life after death and hard line sceptics is there is no point in him/her arguing their case.
Until he/she themselves has proof otherwise for them it is all conjecture.
If  a sceptic is right – they will never know.
If we are right – they have eternity to think about it.

Just how stubborn and short sighted can a Skeptic be?

Well…. Here’s one who is most insistent that he knows what my Mother supposedly said to me!

This Skeptic is very insistent, is this Skeptic psychic?

Why when he cannot understand, read or write English properly (I have left his errors in AND HIGHLIGHTED THEM) can one who is so ignorant be so indignant that he is right.

He never met my Mother, He never met me yet he is insistent in what he is telling me based on his incorrect interpretation of English.

He also insists “All your evidence suggests is that the REPORTED…” I never gave evidence! I simply pasted in what has been said as was the original which obviously did not give evidence either, IN THAT PARTICULAR INSTANCE!”  He fails to grasp the basic fact that the article was written by a Quantum Physicist Mr  Ronald Pearson BSc who being a proper man of science would actually know his facts,  something Skeptics forever argue with us they “know and base their arguments on, supposedly.”

He also states “I presume” well the word is very close to “ASSUME” assume makes an “ASS” out of “U” and “ME” something that he missed completely. This is obviously correctly applied in this case.

This  is what constitutes evidence for a Skeptic…. And now you know what they (Skeptics) base their “evidence” on!

Malapropism is something else they (Skeptics) continually use. I do hope he looks that word up. Whether he understands it is something else completely, I expect he will assume it’s complimentary.

Below is the exchange and if you want to look at the link…. http://mediumshipandlifeafterdeath.wordpress.com/ and look for “My predictions for 2012 and go to the comments. You may also want to peruse 2012 part Deux.

Comments
1.
“Clearly earthquakes are not only increasing: they are increasing at an ever-accelerating rate!”
Actually it isn’t clear at all. All your evidence suggests is that the REPORTED incidence of earthquakes around the world are increasing.
There might be any number of reasons behind this including the fact that there are more reporting stations in 1998 than there were in 1990 and 1973. This is likely to be highly probable as the technologies involved in this has (THIS SHOULD BE HAVE NOT HAS) only really got going over the past half century.

Comment by Gosman – December 15, 2010 @ 10:12 pm | Reply

See my reply below…. Do try to distinguish between what I said and the Quantum physicist who wrote that particular article.

Comment by Leo Bonomo – December 15, 2010 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

2.
Let’s have a closer look at the predictions you mention as heralding the end of civilisation as we know it.
For a start we don’t have any indication of excatly when these predictions were actually made, just that your mother made them to you in your early teens. As I am not aware of how old you actually are I have to presume they were made somewhere between 30 to 80 years ago. That would place the earliest time you heard them around the 1930?s.
“1 The first would be a return of the Jews to their ancient homeland.”
Considering the Zionist movement was founded in the late 19th Century and that a mass movement of Jews was already taking place in the 1930?s it is hardly much of a prediction to make. The Balfour declaration, which committed the British Empire to a Jewish homeland in Palestine was made in 1917. This is well before the time frame when you were likely advised of the prediction.
“2 There would be a huge and escalating level of violence. ”
Considering the world had undergone one of the bloodiest conflicts of all time in the first world war and by the early 1930?s war clouds were once again on the horizon in Europe and Asia, (Japan’s aggression against China started in the early 1930?s) it is not that extraordinary that someone was predicting this.
“3 There would be wars and rumours of wars.”
This just seems a rehash of prediction number 2. However that stated Wars have been a constant throughout human history. There were many periods in human history where the number of wars have been just as great, if not more so, in terms of impact and number of conflicts than the late 20th Century.
“4 There would be a rapid increase in the number of earthquakes.”
This has already been discussed in my precious post. An increase in recorded numbers of earthquakes is not necessarily an indication of an actual increase in tectonic activity. I have yet to see any evidence from Earth Scientists supporting your belief that the incidence of earthquakes are actually increasing at the rate you say they are. This is something that should be easy to find solid scientific support for if your view is correct.
“5 Then finally a revelation would be given about the true nature of the world: what it all meant.”
Until this happens this prediction is impossible to verify. That stated it is no different to any other “doomsday” group has continually spouted over the years. People thought the world was going to end in 1000 C.E. It never happened and there is no hard evidence that it is going to happen in 2012 either.
Comment by Gosman – December 15, 2010 @ 10:41 pm | Reply
That’s is all very interesting Gosman.

Whilst I appreciate that you have taken time to try and dismantle it for your own reasons, there are somethings you should note.

1, Those are not my predictions. My predictions are the first part about the “shift in vibration” and the continuing problems with the earth. I suppose you are going to say that myself and every other scientist that it is a coincidence we have ruined the earth and she is not retaliating and of course this is a coincidence it’s all happening around now?

Until this happens this prediction is impossible to verify.” Doh! Isn’t this what a prediction is? Something which hasn’t happened yet?

If you are going to try to “go for it” you obviously need to be able to read properly in the first place. You have only attacked what you think I said….. Skeptics are always the same…. jump to conclusions without reading the facts you have proved yourself to be as short-sighted as your observations, at least you have brightened my and everybody else’s day
Comment by Leo Bonomo – December 15, 2010 @ 11:22 pm | Reply

See my reply below…. Do try to distinguish between what I said and the Quantum physicist who wrote that particular article.

Comment by Leo Bonomo – December 15, 2010 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

2.
Let’s have a closer look at the predictions you mention as heralding the end of civilisation as we know it.
For a start we don’t have any indication of excatly when these predictions were actually made, just that your mother made them to you in your early teens. As I am not aware of how old you actually are I have to presume they were made somewhere between 30 to 80 years ago. That would place the earliest time you heard them around the 1930?s.
“1 The first would be a return of the Jews to their ancient homeland.”
Considering the Zionist movement was founded in the late 19th Century and that a mass movement of Jews was already taking place in the 1930?s it is hardly much of a prediction to make. The Balfour declaration, which committed the British Empire to a Jewish homeland in Palestine was made in 1917. This is well before the timeframe when you were likely advised of the prediction.
“2 There would be a huge and escalating level of violence. ”
Considering the world had undergone one of the bloodiest conflicts of all time in the first world war and by the early 1930?s war clouds were once again on the horizon in Europe and Asia, (Japans aggression against China started in the early 1930?s) it is not that extraordinary that someone was predicting this.
3.
Ummmm….
It was quite clear that you were using the predictions that your mother relayed to you sometime in the past as somehow supporting your belief that something ‘special’ is going to happen soon.
All I pointed out was your interpretation of them as being on the ball was no evidence at all of predictive ability. It certainly doesn’t support your belief that we are facing some sort of paradigm shifting event in human civilisation. You may very well have other evidence for that, (however from what I have seen to date I very much doubt that).
Comment by Gosman – December 17, 2010 @ 1:52 am | Reply
“DOH” Gosman Says

“It was quite clear that you were using the predictions that your mother relayed to you sometime in the past”

DOH!!!!! Look at the article!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHICH SAYS

“This below is written by Mr Ronald Pearson BSc who is a scientist in Quantum Physics who has gone some way to prove some years ago that the world of Spirit exists, proved with pure mathematics. You may question why this particular truth also has been held back!

Just after WWII something happened which made me remember, very forcibly, a prediction my mother told me about when I was in my early teens. “

This speaks for itself? Don’t you just love it when a Skeptic “JUST KNOWS HE’S RIGHT” DOH! FOR GODS SAKE GET A LIFE!!!!!!!!! GET SOME READING LESSONS TOO I CANT BE WASTING MY TIME ON SOMEONE WHO CANT READ, IS SO STUBBORN AND WASTES HIS LIFE! “there are none so blind that will not see.”

Just in case the above laughable situation is not made clear others may wish to laugh at other ridiculous statements made by skeptics “Historically, closed-minded skeptics have opposed every invention and discovery and have made fools of themselves” look at this link -: Skeptic Hoaxes