MI5, the War office man and Vicky
Type of Spiritual Experience
Dr Shafica Karagulla, born in the Lebanon but whose research took her to the USA and the UK, was a neuro-psychiatrist who spent eight years researching ordinary people who appeared to have extraordinary abilities. She started off being a skeptic as most scientists are [including me] but over time the evidence seemed overwhelming and she set up a research project to find out more. What brought her into the area was a book about Edgar Cayce, what kept her going was an open mind and an insatiable curiosity. Where she is remarkable is that she had no experiences of her own to confirm her eventual conclusions, but like all the very best scientists forgot her own life and concentrated on the observations and evidence Her research ‘subjects were carefully chosen. She rejected all those who claimed they had these abilities but instead by a laborious process of enquiry and referral managed to find those who carried on normal professions and who never talked about their abilities but just used them.
In this example, I think only one person in the group had the ability to predict the event, the other two were in effect reading the mind of the other person thus appearing to confirm their findings. That person was possibly the MI5 man - this is pure speculation on my part but he may have been better able to contact other people closer to the scene of the decisions to make the prophecy more concrete. There are people and thus composers co-operating here that we know nothing of from the quote. It may not be prophecy, it may be perception reading with the use of numerous bridges, in effect the decision to invade had already been made and all that was required was for those connected by bridges to get at that information
A description of the experience
Breakthrough to Creativity – Dr Shafica Karagulla
My friend Vicky who was residing in England during the war worked very quietly with two friends who also had exceptional Higher Sense Perception. One of these men held a responsible job in MI5, very secret intelligence. The other held a high advisory position in the War Office.
The three of them were accustomed to meet and sit quietly endeavoring to tune in on information regarding war moves by the enemy. After Dunkirk and the movement into France the vital question was Hitler's next major move. Would he make an all-out attack on England? It was just possible that he could be successful if he did. Did he know this?
On a momentous Wednesday evening Vicky and the two men in question sat quietly endeavoring to tune in on the situation. It was customary for each person to write his or her conclusions on a paper and place it face downward on the table. When all three had concluded the papers were read and discussed. On that particular evening Vicky wrote "Not England, but Greece. But this doesn't make sense to me."
The intelligence officer wrote, "It will be Greece. But why not Gibraltar? It seems clear, Greece."
The war office official wrote, "Hitler will move into Greece next. The bloodiest fighting of the war will take place"
[Nazi Germany invaded Greece in April 1941].