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Posted on Oct 22, 2011 at 03:45 AM

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Posted on Nov 12, 2011 at 07:14 AM

HPD I think that some of those,who might,or might not,have that type of perception seem to think that they also have the powers to actually change or control fate.The ability to see something isn't the same thing as being able to change it or influence the outcome.The fact is we don't have a choice in wether or not or where we're born and we don't have much of a choice in what life has in store for us.However those who might or might not have those extra sensory powers,if they exist,probably only have the power to 'see' wether we'll be lucky in life or not.They don't have the powers to actually control pre destiny and fate which is what makes the difference between being lucky and being happy in life or being unlucky and being unhappy. But winning the lottery and/or being rich isn't always the same thing as having a lucky happy life.It's just one aspect of positive fate and good luck in life which can be outweighed by many other aspects of negative fate and bad luck.But it's all dependent on pre destiny and fate and it's my bet that those who (might be) able to see that can only tell us what they can see not control what actually happens.

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Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 08:46 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, I do ask for a donation, But if someone is in trouble I help them without a donation, and for helping someone and easing their pain and stress of someone they love who is missing and in danger...how on earth can you charge for that, and I honestly do not get things for myself, This of course does not mean that I am a pushover, and let crafty people take advantage, because I do know the difference. I started doing this when I was three. There are people in the world with a different train of thought other than yours.


If you have a gift, you should charge for it. Psychiatrists and even MD's get paid handsomely to "eas[e]pain and stress" in people's lives. Most people want money--and the more money, the better. My train of thought parallels most others' thoughts. But most people won't admit that they love money.


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Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 08:46 AM

Quoting jag6000:

HPD I'm open minded on the question of wether there might be certain people out there who have some sort of Extra Sensory Perception concerning being able to see certain aspects of fate.But the bit I don't believe at all is that those people have the powers to control it or make a difference to it's outcome. Litenbrite made a reference to one of her warnings being accepted and one of them not being accepted.However it was fate which was the deciding factor in what actually happened,not litenbrite's premonitions.Just because someone (might have) the powers to see fate before it actually happens isn't the same thing as them actually having the powers to change it and what it decides.But if anyone did have the type of Extra Sensory Perception that can foresee gambling wins then it would probably be better to use those abilities on winning the national lottery every week.lol.
Exactly! So why is it that a person can supposedly, with "97 percent" accuracy, predict one's future, etc., but can't predict the right numbers for the weekly lotto? I guess that's the "3 percent" that doesn't "work." Just doesn't make sense to me. If Litenbrite could indeed predict numbers for lotto, stocks, etc., a person like me would be willing to invest and then re-pay her accordingly--and handsomely. And LB would take it, despite her altruistic endeavoring.

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Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 08:43 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, I do ask for a donation, But if someone is in trouble I help them without a donation, and for helping someone and easing their pain and stress of someone they love who is missing and in danger...how on earth can you charge for that, and I honestly do not get things for myself, This of course does not mean that I am a pushover, and let crafty people take advantage, because I do know the difference. I started doing this when I was three. There are people in the world with a different train of thought other than yours.


If you have a gift, you should charge for it. Psychiatrists and even MD's get paid handsomely to "eas[e]pain and stress" in people's lives. Most people want money--and the more money, the better. My train of thought parallels most others' thoughts. But most people won't admit that they love money.


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Posted on Nov 06, 2011 at 01:26 AM

Quoting jag6000:

litenbrite it seems like there's a big difference between the ideas of those like me,who think that it's all pre destined and there's no way of changing or influencing our fate,and others who think that the we are in control of every aspect of our fate by the choices that we make ourselves.

Yes Jag, You can change things by choosing a different way of thinking. although sometimes pushing against something can attract it more to you.


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Posted on Nov 06, 2011 at 01:21 AM

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Oh COME ON NOW Litenbrite! If you could make money off of your gift, you would...I'm just not buyin' into your purely altruistic endeavoring. Look, I think that everybody is blessed to some degree to have a certain sense about the future of things, but that gift doesn't make anyone a "psychic" in my eyes. If these so-called "psychics" were truly gifted, there'd be a lot more of them making MILLIONS at the horsetrack, or at NYSE, or in Vegas. If I had "the gift," I would help people, but I would also use it to make money...lots of it! I would call up a stockbroker and dial in millions of dollars--which, by the way, would help other people make lots of money too. No ripping off necessary. If you KNOW the result, and you deliver on it, how is that ripping someone off?


HPD, I do ask for a donation, But if someone is in trouble I help them without a donation, and for helping someone and easing their pain and stress of someone they love who is missing and in danger...how on earth can you charge for that, and I honestly do not get things for myself, This of course does not mean that I am a pushover, and let crafty people take advantage, because I do know the difference. I started doing this when I was three. There are people in the world with a different train of thought other than yours.


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Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 06:47 PM

Curious that luck can not mean something beneficial other than financial gain HPD;  I think Litenbrite produces results of a different kind for those who trust her intuition.  If you don't, then rely on concrete facts but do not expect everything to lead to financial gain.  Some of us consider good health and happiness a far better result


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Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 10:52 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, No Thanks I prefer using my gift to find missing people that could be in Danger, Also missing Items. Emotional Healing, All those things, I am not a Rip off person. and I dont get lucky numbers. Or I would use them to win money and help others with it. You can think whatever you like HPD, I do not care what you think....So go scratch your muscly bottom and Get Tame. :))


Oh COME ON NOW Litenbrite! If you could make money off of your gift, you would...I'm just not buyin' into your purely altruistic endeavoring. Look, I think that everybody is blessed to some degree to have a certain sense about the future of things, but that gift doesn't make anyone a "psychic" in my eyes. If these so-called "psychics" were truly gifted, there'd be a lot more of them making MILLIONS at the horsetrack, or at NYSE, or in Vegas. If I had "the gift," I would help people, but I would also use it to make money...lots of it! I would call up a stockbroker and dial in millions of dollars--which, by the way, would help other people make lots of money too. No ripping off necessary. If you KNOW the result, and you deliver on it, how is that ripping someone off?


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Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 06:05 AM

litenbrite it seems like there's a big difference between the ideas of those like me,who think that it's all pre destined and there's no way of changing or influencing our fate,and others who think that the we are in control of every aspect of our fate by the choices that we make ourselves.

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Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 05:43 AM

Quoting jag6000:

HPD I'm open minded on the question of wether there might be certain people out there who have some sort of Extra Sensory Perception concerning being able to see certain aspects of fate.But the bit I don't believe at all is that those people have the powers to control it or make a difference to it's outcome. Litenbrite made a reference to one of her warnings being accepted and one of them not being accepted.However it was fate which was the deciding factor in what actually happened,not litenbrite's premonitions.Just because someone (might have) the powers to see fate before it actually happens isn't the same thing as them actually having the powers to change it and what it decides.But if anyone did have the type of Extra Sensory Perception that can foresee gambling wins then it would probably be better to use those abilities on winning the national lottery every week.lol.

Jag. The outcome has nothing to do with me, They are using free will to ask me, and I give them information, if they take that, they are more informed on making a choice wether good or bad.       ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​       Unfortunatly I do not get lucky numbers,


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Posted on Nov 03, 2011 at 05:44 PM

Quoting HotProfDude:

I don't believe in psychics, ghosts, gods, demons, etc. it's all meaningless mythology to me. If you have the gift, LB, then you should be spending the majority of your time down at the horsetrack, making lots of money off of your so-called ability to predict things. Or, better yet, move to the post-modern American capital, Las Vegas, where you can engage in whatever moral-less activity that floats your boat, while making a fortune via gambling off of your "psychic" ability.


HPD, No Thanks I prefer using my gift to find missing people that could be in Danger, Also missing Items. Emotional Healing, All those things, I am not a Rip off person. and I dont get lucky numbers. Or I would use them to win money and help others with it. You can think whatever you like HPD, I do not care what you think....So go scratch your muscly bottom and Get Tame. :))


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Posted on Nov 03, 2011 at 06:17 AM

HPD I'm open minded on the question of wether there might be certain people out there who have some sort of Extra Sensory Perception concerning being able to see certain aspects of fate.But the bit I don't believe at all is that those people have the powers to control it or make a difference to it's outcome. Litenbrite made a reference to one of her warnings being accepted and one of them not being accepted.However it was fate which was the deciding factor in what actually happened,not litenbrite's premonitions.Just because someone (might have) the powers to see fate before it actually happens isn't the same thing as them actually having the powers to change it and what it decides.But if anyone did have the type of Extra Sensory Perception that can foresee gambling wins then it would probably be better to use those abilities on winning the national lottery every week.lol.

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Posted on Nov 02, 2011 at 08:21 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

I made the Prediction 9 days before it happened, and before the truck broke down...or rolled into the water. I have also had other Mechanical warnings like for someone that had just had their Brakes checked...I told them to go back and they found a very serious fault that was hidden from just an ordinary Brake check. I know nothing at all about Mechanics, but get information when something is wrong, thus forewarned is forearmed and they had it checked out and prevented an accident.


I don't believe in psychics, ghosts, gods, demons, etc. it's all meaningless mythology to me. If you have the gift, LB, then you should be spending the majority of your time down at the horsetrack, making lots of money off of your so-called ability to predict things. Or, better yet, move to the post-modern American capital, Las Vegas, where you can engage in whatever moral-less activity that floats your boat, while making a fortune via gambling off of your "psychic" ability.


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Posted on Nov 01, 2011 at 06:43 AM

HPD there might be a few paradoxes contained in the war type of scenario but the issues of seperating the survivors or casualties of war will be down to fate.Even in the case of a fanatical Kamikaze or German storm trooper it was probably all a matter of fate from the time he was born in how he came to be one and it was also a matter of fate in who became a casualty of his actions and who didn't. My mum was one of those bystanders when she was growing up through WW2 and she would be able to tell you all about the difference between fate and choice (in that she and her family and neighbours didn't 'choose' to go to war with Germany it was a case of them having to)in which bombs missed the house where she was living but wiped out houses and families very nearby,especially in the case of the V1 and V2 which was sent out with no particular target but just fell wherever it's fuel ran out and/or where gravity sent it.In addition to which most,if not all,of the actual combatants on the allied side and maybe even many of those on the axis side,went to war with the attitude of I don't want to do this but I have to.

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Posted on Nov 01, 2011 at 05:12 AM

Quoting HotProfDude:

So what do you have for me Litenbrite? Can you read me?


HPD, That is the typical request that I get from people that do not BELIEVE in what I do.             And if you were sitting in front of me....or you sent me personal handwriting, [not a copy but you having written it, then yes I could see for you. :)) I wish I could do it for myself, but it doesn't happen. and I never use it in personal relationships as it would not be fair or professional.


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Posted on Nov 01, 2011 at 04:53 AM

Quoting jag6000:

litenbrite that same type of prediction could have been used in examples like when the Concorde crashed in Paris,after it had a technical fault fixed which grounded it,and it then hit a piece of metal,dropped by another plane,on the runway,as it took off.Or the Titanic when some said that the near miss with the SS City of New York in Southampton was both a bad omen and,with hindsight,could have prevented the disaster,if they had actually collided by delaying the crossing. There's no way of changing fate because until it actually happens we can't know what it's going to be as in the case of all the times when aircraft are put back into service after technical faults have been rectified,just like the Paris Concorde was,but which,unlike that Concorde,have reached their destinations safely afterwards.On the subject of free will v fate suggest you check out the story of the Slade Brothers who were stokers (who would have been) on the Titanic by their own free will but fate decided otherwise.As I've said fate always wins.

I made the Prediction 9 days before it happened, and before the truck broke down...or rolled into the water. I have also had other Mechanical warnings like for someone that had just had their Brakes checked...I told them to go back and they found a very serious fault that was hidden from just an ordinary Brake check. I know nothing at all about Mechanics, but get information when something is wrong, thus forewarned is forearmed and they had it checked out and prevented an accident.


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Posted on Oct 27, 2011 at 08:13 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

I am a very respected and well known Intuitive,, I see future events for others [not myself] with an accurusy rate of around  97% according to feedback. Free will usually [choices] can very often lead people to their fate. I once did a reading for someone and warned her not to let her Son drive anything, Everything had been preventing him from driving, his truck had broken down, It had rolled into the water, But he took no notice of the warning, fixed his truck got in it drove 5 miles lost control and was killed. Free will led him to his Fate. I know this is a bit gruesome but I have many many Happy predictions too, and if HPD thinks this is BS I have literaly hundreds of letters and cards from people telling me my prediction came true.       ​        ​        ​        ​        ​     But some ill fated things can be prevented by making a different choice.       ​        ​        ​        ​   GREAT BLOG CLAUDIA>

So what do you have for me Litenbrite? Can you read me?


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Posted on Oct 27, 2011 at 08:12 AM

Quoting jag6000:

HPD if you're right then there would have been no casualties in any of the wars over the years.It wasn't free will that they got conscripted in many cases and when they went out to fight it was just a case of either a bullet or whatever had their name on it or they got home without a scratch. Fate isn't just related to good luck because it can be the total opposite whereas free will is just a case of hoping that our fate will be one of good luck not bad. We've only got control over our free will not fate.In the case of dating it's a case of free will in who we ask out but it's a case of fate as to wether the other person says yes and then wether it all works out in the long term because one person alone can't make the destiny of a relationship that involves two.

Hey Jag I respectfully disagree; every single war casualty is derived from CHOICE--the soldier chooses to enter the battlefield and inflicts casualities. Even if you're an innocent bystander of war, you die because someone elase CHOSE to kill you. Has nothing to do with "bad luck". But, you are right that in certain conditions we can't control our "fate."

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Posted on Oct 27, 2011 at 06:16 AM

litenbrite that same type of prediction could have been used in examples like when the Concorde crashed in Paris,after it had a technical fault fixed which grounded it,and it then hit a piece of metal,dropped by another plane,on the runway,as it took off.Or the Titanic when some said that the near miss with the SS City of New York in Southampton was both a bad omen and,with hindsight,could have prevented the disaster,if they had actually collided by delaying the crossing. There's no way of changing fate because until it actually happens we can't know what it's going to be as in the case of all the times when aircraft are put back into service after technical faults have been rectified,just like the Paris Concorde was,but which,unlike that Concorde,have reached their destinations safely afterwards.On the subject of free will v fate suggest you check out the story of the Slade Brothers who were stokers (who would have been) on the Titanic by their own free will but fate decided otherwise.As I've said fate always wins.

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