Lately, there has been an increase in demand for information regarding the web bot project, designed in the late 1990's - originally to predict the stock market trends.
For those of you who do not know, the web bot prediction technology uses a system of spiders to crawl the Internet and search for keywords, much like a search engine does. When a keyword is located, the web bot program takes a snapshot of the text preceding and following the keyword. This snapshot of text is sent to a central location where it is then filtered to define meaning and discern a prediction.
The web bot projects concept is aimed at tapping into the "collective unconscious" of the universe and it's inhabitants. As well, there is an interesting time concept involved and an unusual concept of a "tipping point" regarding the past, current, and future times.
And in 2001, the web bot operators began to notice coincidence with occurrences and paid close attention. The first accurate web bot prediction came in June of 2001 claiming a catastrophic event would take place within the next 60-90 days. Regrettably it did - and the Twin Towers fell of September 11, 2001.
Since then there has been a slew of web bot predictions, some of which follow:
If you'd like to subscribe to web bot predictions for upcoming events or purchase previous bot predictions, you can do so here at Cliff's site. Cliff is the brilliant mind behind the project and also its inventor. "The Shape of Things to Come (2010)" is available now for $10. It covers a period of bot predictions from July 20, 2009 to July 11, 2010.
The fellas operating the web bot prediction program have a wonderful sense of humor with regards to what it is that they do. The are incredibly open minded, which I love, and have also made the wise choice to keep the government from obtaining the technology. We don't want this now do we? For the most part, they refuse media interviews as well and prefer to keep the project to a low roar.
I find myself fascinated by these concepts and the program itself. In light of all the "buzz" on the Internet regarding it lately, I wanted to pass along some related links for further investigation.
And it seems we should touch on the web bot's prediction that 2012 would be the end of the world. This prediction is in line with previous predictions made by ancient "seers" and civilizations. In my opinion, this is more of a symbolic ending - not literal.
Meaning that we will move from a technological age into a spiritual age. Peoplenomics provided the graph above to give weight to that theory. I believe that society's focus will direct itself towards spiritual matters and matters concerning humankind more so than technological advancement. It is also my opinion that great strides will be made in these areas.
That is evident already, looking at the last 30 years or so. It seems that new age concepts, quantum physics, and metaphysical matters are revealing themselves to us more and more. Society is opening it's mind to these concepts, whereas in the past, it was frowned upon. So for those of you concerned, fear not. It is more likely that the end of the world will not involve polar shifts (although it could) - but that it will be the end of the world "as we know it." Open your mind and release all of the instilled beliefs society has placed upon you regarding these matters - remove the stigma associated to them. We certainly do not possess all the answers of the universe, there are sciences we have yet to understand, and our ignorance and arrogance as a race shows when we are quick to dismiss such matters. As stated by those before me. . . . .We are not human beings having a spiritual experience - we are spiritual beings having a human experience.