ZetaTalk: Scallion's Predictions
Note: written Apr 15, 1997
Michael Gordon Scallion is a gifted visionary, on par with Edgar Cayce in this time. That his visions are not identified as exceptional is due to the maxim that
visionaries are not valued in their present day to the extent they are when time has passed. Cayce, Nostradamus, and other great prophets likewise were treated
with as much disdain as admiration during their day, and only gained their present stature over time. Mankind tends to treat their prophets like gods, raising them to
this stature when the abilities are first recognized and then angrily rejecting them if they are not consistently accurate. Like children forever seeking a parent that will
not leave or fail them, they demand perfection, when they themselves are far from perfect.
Scallion, like Cayce, is being guided in his visions as a result of having given The Call and being considered a worthy vehicle to relay messages to mankind. Just as
some channeled work reflects genuine input from extraterrestrials, some prophets are likewise getting this input. As with all human interpretations of the input they
receive, Scallion colors what he hears with his own judgments and spin.
- All humans have mindsets and preconceptions that color what they hear and choose to pass on to others. There is a game played in human society where all
stand in a circle and whisper a statement around the circle, one to another until the statement returns to the originator, who can scarcely recognize it for what
it was when it left his lips.
- All humans have a limited ability to comprehend the totality of what they learn. A child hearing an explanation for how an airplane can fly, the air lift under the
wings, could scarcely pass this information on to others or would do by inserting misconceptions. The concept grasped is the one relayed, not the concept
- All humans reach a saturation point when given a great deal of information all at once. Complex concepts often require many factors to be considered at
once, and thus a human hearing all the factors may grasp the end results but not remember all the factors. Thus, when relaying this complex concept to
others, they omit crucial factors so that the second party does not form the same end result in their mind.
- All humans, when listening to a prophet, pick and choose what they elect to hear. If the message is distressing, they select only those parts of the message
that comfort. Just as the witnesses to an accident often recount vastly different interpretations of what occurred, just so the audience of a prophet retain
surprisingly different summations of what was said.
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