A couple of readers have asked How I get my material and why I focus on certain subjects. How can I make predictions and they seem to be at least somewhat accurate. One of the tools I use is something I have alluded to and others do much better than I is utilize and analyze predictive linguistics. What is that exactly? It’s a fascinating idea really. The hypothesis is that human beings are inherently sensitive to future trends, and drop hints about what is coming our way through their everyday internet activity. What if you were smart enough to send out internet software spiders programmed to harvest emergent memes, and then attempt to interpret the results from a global perspective? Would it be a techo crystal ball and allow you to look into the future?
Cliff High, George Ure and others do a very good job of this at a much higher technical level than I do. I follow their work, but draw from other sources as well. The Google Trends tool is a very friendly and user friendly tool that anyone can use to develop some general ideas of how this phenomena works. The key is to develop accurate queries about what it is you want to see. Google Trends does not forward look as does the some of the more techy programs, but it certainly can foreshadow events by the trend lines it displays.
Let’s look at an example of how I am following things. For several years, I have been following the discussion of “are there aliens out there and among us?” The UFO issue has been discussed vociferously. My specific focus then is what do our governments really know and is there any likelihood they will reveal what they know. Recently, certain governments are releasing their historical files on various UFO incidents. Russia, China, and Japan are leading the way in this area. I think the evidence is almost beyond question. Nearly 30,000,000 million people world-wide have had significant enough experiences to go public. There have been over 50,000 sitings world-wide witnessed by more than ten people at once. There are 5,000 DAILY sitings reported world-wide. Given these kinds of statistics, anyone trying to debunk such a phenomena is simply no longer credible, whether they are officials, hired publicists, or scientist with their heads planted in their…. well you know where.
So now, I see that there is a dramatic increase in sitings and other phenomena such as crop circles increasing, and therefore that means increased pressure for governments to reveal what they know. So how likely is that to happen and when. I happen to believe the pressure to reveal will grow very intense and in fact it already has. Some would argue that the governments would never release this information, but what if they don’t have a choice in the matter. Certain information is coming that will put them in just such a situation. So let’s take a look at Google Trends and search for the phrase “alien disclosure” here is the most recent chart:
You can see there was nothing prior to 2009 and then a powerful peak in the web linguistics. So my theory that disclosure may be imminent is supported by “the buzz” on the internet, not about aliens, but about disclosure concerning aliens. This is a very simplistic explanation and is very general in nature, but I wanted to clarify that I don’t kill chickens and read their entrails, nor use a divining bowl, or talk to spirits, well not a lot of spirits. Hang on to your hats 2010 is really going to be a WOW year really.