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Elsa
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Hey all your psychics, astrologers, tarot readers, visionaries or what have you!  What do you see for 2021?  I'll start...

For one thing, Saturn will be squaring Uranus all year. 

Rebellion against authority... quashed... rebellion against authority... quashed...

Also, tons of surprises and unfortunately, restrictions on freedoms continue.

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A few other things I observed in May/June when Saturn-Uranus square came within 5* of each other. Possibly these themes will repeat in 2021 but with greater occurrence or intensity ............

Antitrust vs. Big Tech

Cybercriminals, the modern day bank robber making headlines

Deadly dust storm

Earthquake(s) of significant magnitude

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I'm not a professional in this area but I'll take a stab at it.

I see a lot of efforts at rebuilding but it's not pure and simple, there's still a lot of muck to wade through. The rebuilding will be taking place on an economic level, an artistic level (people's tastes will start to shift), and a social level. The social rules of the '10s will no longer apply and people will have to find a new way to navigate their relationships and build new ones. I see social unrest continuing but not necessarily exceeding the levels it did this year. I think that's because, as you suggested, authority will continue to push back in equal measure.

There are going to be some really heated political tensions and division around vaccination. If you thought the mask thing was bad, get ready for something way uglier.

I see at least one major disaster, probably a natural disaster of unusual proportion. It will not be long and drug out like a virus but it will affect a lot of people. We all know that hurricanes, earthquakes, etc. are commonplace but I see something pretty big, unfortunately.

Overall yes, I do see some of the restrictions and changes of this year continuing for a while but there will be a return to something closer to normal life, and that will get better in future years. However, there will be a lot of permanent loss to cope with from 2020 and before, so people are going to have to find new ways forward. But this will be natural and inevitable, as opposed to a backbreaking effort, because "going back" will just not be on the table at this point. Even if you sit still the tide sweeps you forward.

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@space-cadet

I see at least one major disaster, probably a natural disaster of unusual proportion. It will not be long and drug out like a virus but it will affect a lot of people. We all know that hurricanes, earthquakes, etc. are commonplace but I see something pretty big, unfortunately.

What exactly? And how do you see it?

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@gemster I wish I was that good. When I tried to intuit this, I wasn't seeing exactly what it was, more of the collective feeling it would bring. Could be a big hurricane or tsunami or something like that but I don't even know, it might not be something natural. Just something ugly and inevitable, but it will pass, like a dark wrench thrown into a year that will be mostly be okay otherwise. I'm picturing sometime in May-September. Sorry I can't be more specific. All I can say is when it happens, we will know about it...it won't be something we have to guess on. That's the feeling I get. I could be wrong!

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OK, I'll bite. I'm a bit busy right now and don't have much time to get into this, but I'll start with the recurrent dreams I've been having for years, of a particular type which I've learned tend to come true. These dreams usually don't come to fruition for many years - often decades. Aside from these, I have other, equally vivid dreams which, when they have a particularly intense power to them, I've discovered also come true - but often only a few days before the event. I can explain more about that later. So in my experience, whilst the majority of my dreams can very well be a metaphor for something going on in my life, that is not always the case.

Aside from dreams, I also 'see' things which happen usually a few weeks, months or years ahead. (Difficult to ascertain, as unless the vision includes an image of someone walking around with an oversize calendar giving the date, it's really difficult to pin a date on that event). Anyways - it has always seemed to me that time is not linear, that the past, present and future occur simultaneously. Something that quantum physics now seems to have concluded, but mystics have been saying this for millennia. It also seems to me that there are probably an infinite number of dimensions or alternate universes, and that our spark of existence remains forever at the apex of all of this - time and space alike - whilst also encompassing the whole. I feel this is evident to the eternal being that is our infinite 'I AM' - but as we are eternal spirits here to experience the physical plane of existence, we must inhabit a symbiote known as the human body, and it is that from which we must translate our infinite knowledge of things through the vehicle of a fairly primitive monkey brain. As this monkey brain would explode if the super-conscious knowledge of the All-That-Is were downloaded into it at once, it filters out 99.9% of the information it receives and rearranges it in a linear fashion. But that is another subject.

So, for those of you who haven't fallen asleep buy now - the dreams. It seems to me that, considering I've had these for so long, that these 'echoes from the future' are drawing nearer. What do you think?

Over the last 20, maybe 30 years or so I've had several distinct recurring dreams, with one new one that has been recurring only in the last year or so. I sometimes dream things that happen years or even decades later. Sometimes these are small thing, but sometimes they are much more important.

Back in the late 80s, early 90s I used to have what I believe were symbolic dreams, which are not the same as those mentioned above. I had these dreams for a few years, then they mostly stopped. I dreamt of large public buildings, like you would see in Washington D.C. I was in a glass-fronted library or museum looking out over these buildings which were in some sort of complex. Then there was an extremely sudden and violent earthquake and the buildings were upended and began to break apart. Black clouds overhead began to sprout large multiple twisting tornadoes that seemed almost alive, and very evil, and these tornadoes were completing the destruction of the buildings and they were headed straight for those of us observing. We tried to run, as debris flew all around us and the ground see-sawed beneath us. I have always thought these dreams were about the destruction of the U.S.

Most of the recurring dreams I have I feel are not symbolic but foreshadowings of events to come.

 

In the first, I dream that I am looking through the eyes of someone who lives in a neighbourhood maybe 4 or 5 miles from the centre of a large American city. It is a poor neighbourhood, maybe a Latino area, the sort with wooden houses on bricks, front yards with chain link fence. It is night time, and from the front yard I see the entire downtown area on fire. Huge flames leap from the skyscrapers. Passing on the road before me are thousands upon thousands of refugees, the road is clogged with cars stuck in a gridlock and not going anywhere. So everyone is on foot, dragging and carrying their stuff. The only variations of this are seeing the cities on fire, then the fires spreading outwards.

In the second, again I am in America, looking through the eyes of someone else. It is night time. It has been raining. This person - a woman - lives in a nice single-story house in a fairly upscale suburban neighbourhood. There are indications it is some where in the South, probably coastal. It could be Houston, or maybe Florida. The woman and her husband are rousted out of bed by either American militarised police or soldiers in full body army carrying automatic rifles with blaring radios. They are told to run out of the house and not stop for anything. There is no time to change out of their pyjamas or put shoes on. They run outside in their bare feet. It is pitch dark. There are no street lights. Overhead is a grid pattern of lights covering the entire night sky. Beams of light are coming from the lights, blasting the houses in the neighbourhood. When I first started having these dreams, drones hadn't been invented nor had laser weapons and I thought this was an alien invasion! In this recurring dream, the woman - or maybe some other woman - and others run from house to house, trying to evade the explosions. In later versions of this dream, some time seems to have passed, again it is night and the woman and a handful of others sneak from house to house in a poorer neighbourhood, trying to evade small groups of shadowy figures who are hunting them. The houses are all empty and everything looks shabbyy, the lawns overgrown.

In the third dream, my husband and I are in Britain, maybe even in our own locale, with a group of starving, ragged refugees. Repeatedly, we attempt to take shelter for the night in an abandoned office building. A gang of extremely violent machete-wielding men come in and start slaughtering everyone. The refugees are too weak to resist. In one dream, the men cannibalise people alive - me included. In variations of this dream, my husband and I are with a small group of people trying to remain unseen as we move from building to building in some derelict town centre full of dilapidated buildings that seem to have been abandoned years previously. We are trying to avoid being detected this time not by roving gangs, but some sort of police or military personnel, apparently under the authority of whatever remains of the government. Or some other government. In these dreams, one or two of my fellow-travellers are friends, not strangers as in the previous dream. Again, we are hungry, cold and in great danger. In this dream set in Britain, my impression it that it has been some time since society broke down.

There is one other dream I used to have which has more recently changed. In this dream, which seems to be set further in the future, I am looking through the eyes of a young man in his late teens or early twenties in what is probably somewhere in America - not coastal. It could be the Mid-West. This man is one of a handful of survivors from some very great cataclysm. It looks like the result of a massive tsunami, or possibly a very large volcanic eruption which has dumped 10, even maybe 15 feet of fine beige coloured ash which has been completely soaked by rain, turning it into mud, which has now dried.  It's probably a tsunami, as the only sign of civilisation are the remains of tall wooden houses tilted over, with just the roof or top floor sticking up out of the dried mud. I stopped having these dreams for some time, and instead am now dreaming my husband and I are with friends at a coastal town in Britain. Everything looks very run down, but there is still some minimal activity in the town centre. A street market. Then there is an inundation - the entire sea suddenly and without warning begins to rise maybe six feet, swamping everything. The sky is dull, but it is daylight and there is no storm. I have had many variations of this dream, right up to this month, with the water suddenly flooding the streets, causing the rivers to burst over banks and bridges. There is absolutely no warning, it just happens, catching everyone completely off guard.

That's it. I can't count how many time I've dreamt these, with subtle variations. For me, it feels like reality is catching up with  these 'future echoes'.

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'...we are eternal spirits here to experience the physical plane of existence, we must inhabit a symbiote known as the human body...

 

Sorry, I meant to say 'we are symbiotes inhabiting a human body'.

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Change is unsettling so it’s natural that fear animates all kinds of hells. It is important to bear that in mind! Fear runs rampant in times like these. But we are shifting out of capricornian earth based fear to Aquarian air based fear. It’s not so much the solid things that are endangered, it’s the airy ones such as your ideas, your mind, your thoughts. So it’s important to keep checking your reality: what do I know for sure? Fear based ideologies will pour gasoline on your fears so it is important to know what you know - and what can’t be known. 

It is also a time where (Uranus) innovation will take (Saturn) form, where all kinds of new (Uranus) solutions will be developed to solve our old (Saturn) problems.

Steven Forrest gave a good talk recently about Eris: how this planetoid has/will have as big an impact as Uranus, Neptune and Pluto and like them, the decades after their discovery totally colors the times. Forrest says Eris represents the shift from global competition to global cooperation. Clearly we are a very long way from global cooperation, but I can see what he is aiming at. Especially If/since there is no way out of some of our bigger global problems other than cooperation. But I do see we are going to be in this ugly struggling competition time for a good long time yet. If it ultimately leads to a good outcome, even if not in my lifetime, I’m in. Well I’m in either way, but you get my point. This ugliness is the end of something bad, not the beginning. 

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