they are prepared to go to war to gain the recognition they think they deserve….
While the US is probably not in any real danger of attack, I do feel that South Korea, Japan or the Philippines very well may be… North Korea has a point to make… and intends to some time around April 15th, to celebrate Kim Jong-un’s birthday. We have been concerned about North Korea’s aggressive tendencies since before Kim Jong-un’s father died… (See a history of our comments about N. Korea in our annual predictions, and most recently our monthly predictions at the end of this article.)
Kim Jong-un is a megalomaniac…a man with an inflated sense of self-esteem who overestimates his powers. What is scary about this man is that while he lacks any real understanding of the current worldview, he is crafty and has made some strong alliances with countries like Syria and Iran to supply nuclear power… and even though they are starving, his people believe in him.
The saber-rattling at this time, serves a number of purposes… the missile launch is something of a product display for those countries that have been purchasing nuclear know-how and equipment from North Korea. He is also wanting to show off to his people, give them something to celebrate on his birthday. And perhaps most importantly, it is an attempt to establish some position on the world stage and to create fear in what he perceives are his enemies, the US and any country that supports them.
I see him beating the war drum with one hand, while the other is reaching out for aid, for acknowledgment and acceptance, as well as for trade…
When I draw cards on this situation, I am seeing that there will be delays, but then there is some form of attack probably within the next week. But I don’t know that it will have the effect that they expect… a sense that N. Korea has not yet fully mastered the technology… and perhaps also that this missile can be diverted… I have a sense of a big bang and then a big splash…
Kim Jong-un wants to be seen and heard… fortunately, the universe seems to be conspiring to prevent him from causing any real pain at this time… however, if our leaders were wise they would begin now to make some serious efforts to disarm him. This event serves as our second warning… let us act now to avoid disaster in the future.
I’m not really worried about what’s been happening in North Korea these days, and this might just be wishful thinking but in my inner dictionary, wishful thinking is synonymous with prayer.
So, seeing as how the Koreas are on the opposite side of the world, it’s daylight here and most of them are sleeping, I send them some wishful thinking that they will all be sleep dreaming of a better world, and that they’ll all awaken at once to the knowingness that “we are ALL ONE.” It’s about all any one of us can do to make things better, so…
Keeping it that simple, we can then see that the key players involved are only acting out in fear, and that by us worrying about what might come next is only playing into that same fear mentality, which basically contributes to a downward spiral. And if all of us would simultaneously disconnect from that fear mentality, the upward spiral would gain momentum and that better world would miraculously manifest. We do in fact create our own realities, so we’re certainly free enough to decide which spiral we want to contribute toward, and it really is that simple!
Anyway, not to change the subject here but a lot of us have been going through what can best be described as “life reviews,” where some stray thoughts have been tapping-into some past-life memories, and mostly the past memories of our current lives. For instance, just writing about “wishful thinking” revived a memory of mine from 1988, where the radio was playing a catchy tune by Bobby McFerrin, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.”
Now, me and about half of my friends at the time absolutely loved that song, and the other half… not so much. Their reasoning (I guess) went as follows; “He’s telling us to give up and take whatever ‘The Man’ wants to bury us with. Whatever happened to taking direct action, civil (or not so civil) disobedience, marching in the streets?, etc.,” entirely missing the point. Fighting fire with fire? We’d all be reduced to ashes.
In hindsight and flexing a few more wisdom muscles since then, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” is all about disconnecting from all of our fear mechanisms, both personal and global. And, perhaps standing a little too close to that same cynical abyss, the truism of “Happiness is the best revenge” also comes to mind, although “revenge“ could easily be replaced by “reward,” no?
Fear doesn’t possibly stand a chance when we’re truly BE-ing happy, in Love with everything, living our lives as joyously as possible… And if music is indeed a Universal language another tune comes to mind “Fairy tales can come true, they can happen to you, if you’re young at heart.” Just wet your lips and whistle a happy tune, and then watch the fear mongers dissipate into thin air!
North Korea noted in Global Psychics Predictions:
- in 2009 _Cherie Dreams and Prophecies
- in our 2010 predictions we noted a concern over their building nuclear weaponry
- in 2011, “deposing the mad kings“
- Lisa in her 2013 predictions
- A note on our 2012 predictions... When I heard of North Korea’s failed missile launch, I was reminded of a note in my 2012 predictions: “A dangerous man comes to the fore …. dark-haired… makes a rash impulsive move… (I am thinking this could be the young leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un)… the good news is that his impulse is not well-thought out and will likely fail to give him the power he anticipates” I’m sure heads rolled over this debacle… The trouble is that this young man will go to any length to prove his power. This is not the first of his very public and quite dangerous mistakes, and won’t be the last.
- In our April forecast