Elite RVer Lyn Buchanan talks about a viewing he and some other viewers did decades ago where the target turned out to be life in 2050.
They saw empty cities. There had been a mass die-off where 75% or more of the population was gone. The remainder abandoned cities to live isolated lives on farms. They mostly communicated with others electronically. Keep in mind this was viewed pre-internet.
They were asked what transportation was like; the tasker assumed we'd have flying cars (it's always about flying cars in the future, isn't it?). But they said in fact they don't travel at all. It isn't safe to, because of terrorists.
Lyn tried to back up and see what caused this state of affairs. He didn't get the feeling it was due to war or natural catastrophe. He did say it would begin with events occurring in 2020.
He was asked about that in 2020. Did he think the virus would be related? Yes. I emailed him because I was very distressed. He seemed very unconcerned, like c'est la vie.
About a week or two ago he appeared on a zoom where he was asked about it again and specifically whether it would involve the vaccine and he said he thought so.
He also added that for the people remaining, life on Earth would get better and better. Frankly I think this is wishful thinking. It sounds frigging awful to be unable to travel due to terrorists.
Besides, how do humans keep going? We have to meet and mate. We can only be so self-sufficient; we need to trade. We need other people. We are basically social creatures if we are to survive.
It rather infuriates me that the remote viewers spend their time with frivolities and seem unconcerned with a frigging MASS DIE-OFF. Future events are not set in stone and we can prevent it from happening.
I know, we're all black pilled edgelords here welcoming the day we won't have to socialize. But really, how can humanity continue like that?