The Coming Wave Page #60
MA: Oh sure, sometimes the hunches turn out different than what I originally thought, sometimes the premonitions have little twists or permutations that I did not imagine.
Q: And the "knowing"?
MA: No, when the feeling is that strong the events are normally coming. It is hard to explain, but you just know something. And child I assure you that I am not alone in this talent. Many parents can tell you that they just know something about their children. Certain gamblers make unusual bets and then explain that they just knew X Y or Z was going to win.
This intuitive nature of our species is what I have been trying to teach you about when we speak of increased perceptual ability. This "fourth dimensional perception" is real and evolving.
Q: And you know about HIV?
MA: Yes, very much so.
Q: When did you first know and what was it that you felt?
MA: I knew from the first day we discovered it was a virus. And, in truth, perhaps even a bit before that announcement - because I had been looking for such an event. My entire life I have had this strong premonition that in my lifetime we would see a virus arise that would dramatically change our species.
That feeling led me to science in school, medicine in college and Virology in practice. It has always been with me and remains today.
At first it was just the overall idea that such an event was upcoming, but as the years progressed and I became more mature, the details have filled in and I am left with a "knowing" that is fairly complete and has been coming to pass before my old eyes.
Q: Did it bother you?
MA: Why no, it is part of what I am. Just a little section of my mind that occasionally reminds me that there are dark clouds on the horizon.
I was fully content to sit in this wonderful chair and hope that I would be wrong on the outcome, but almost certain that I would not. That was of course before God sent you to the cabin at the Lake.
Q: MA, with all due respect, I don't think God sent me to your cabin.
MA: Oh really. Perhaps one day you will look back on the events that led you to my garden that afternoon and have a different opinion. But as for me, it was obvious that here - in your desire to write about me - was the perfect opportunity to try and do something different than just carry the knowledge to my grave. Also it was apparent that, for some reason, it was time.
Q: Time for what?
MA: Oh, for many things. If you were sitting in my garden with a pen and paper, then it was time to tell the story as I see it. And if it was time to tell that story - then there must be a need for that information.
Q: Do you mean that you feel we can stop this coming wave?
MA: No, as I have explained, that wave has already washed over this world - but there are some things that still might be done to help those who are watching.