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    Default Thoughts on Gordon Michael Scallion and New World Map

    After reading just about all Edgar Cayce books and scouring the internet for other future Earth changes, I stumbled upon Gordon Michael Scallion and his future maps. They are so similar to the Cayce maps and the Navy's future map. I'd just like to get some honest opinions on Scallion, since I'm interested in joining his website (Matrix Institute)but don't really want to waste the money if he's just another fraud. Thanks!

    On another note, I thought his explanation of Earth changes was interesting...



    ETA: What is he talking about when he says the first two earthquakes have already happened. That part always leaves me scratching my head!
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    Default Re: Thoughts on Gordon Michael Scallion and New World Map

    I am bumping this only because I don't know much about this guy and woudl like to hear from any who do!
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    A worthwhile bump nearing, and thanks go to Allura for the thread.

    The work of Gordon Michael Scallion had me fascinated quite a few years ago, but I did not pursue it to any great degree, so cannot make worthwhile comment.

    I'd simply like to thank you both for bringing it to my attention once again, and point out that nothing is set in stone with regards to these prophesised Earth changes. As a case in point, certain prophecies of Edgar Cayce are failing to occur at their appointed time. The poles were expected to have flipped by 1998, and Atlantis was expected to begin rising again in the late sixties. This is not to say that Cayce was in some way wrong, just that the game has changed since that time.

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    This is only my opinion, but I don't put too much stock in future predictions. My feeling is that there are endless probable futures out there. So who knows which future we may choose to experience? It may not be a case of Scallion or Cayce, or anyone being wrong, but rather we decide to live a different future than what they "saw". Now, I happen to live on the west coast. And there are an awful lot of well known channelers living in the western U.S., which, by the look of Scallions map isn't exactly the place to be unless you care to be living in an octopus's garden at some point in the future. But none of them seem to be too concerned. So, ....................... I would say, don't get too caught up in Scallions stuff. (Again, that's just my opinion).
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    Default Re: Thoughts on Gordon Michael Scallion and New World Map

    For what it's worth--I went to his presentation (and might I add he drew quite a crowd in the late 1990's) and found him to be a very authentic, down-to-earth person. Happened across him because I was asked to volunteer at the registration table of the conference by a colleague. My take on these things -- if you are in the moment and listen you will be safe and directed regardless of what is going on. Hence not needing anyone elses map other than the map from within.

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    Default Re: Thoughts on Gordon Michael Scallion and New World Map

    Quote Posted by PamelaB (here)
    For what it's worth--I went to his presentation (and might I add he drew quite a crowd in the late 1990's) and found him to be a very authentic, down-to-earth person. Happened across him because I was asked to volunteer at the registration table of the conference by a colleague. My take on these things -- if you are in the moment and listen you will be safe and directed regardless of what is going on. Hence not needing anyone elses map other than the map from within.
    I agree and I also believe we are where we are supposed to be when we need to be there. I'm curious with all the talk about Earth changes from endless sources, it's piqued my interest even more. By in large, if it's our time, NOTHING is going to stop that from happening. But I'm curious all the same!
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