The Premonition Code, The Science of Precognition, How Sensing the Future Can Change Your Life

Fascinating, challenging, compelling, provoking, rewarding read. Just how rewarding will depend as much on each reader as on the authors, because this innovative work links to a special new web site for interactive development Highly Recommended.


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NAME: The Premonition Code, The Science of Precognition, How Sensing the 
Future Can Change Your Life
FILE: R2715
AUTHOR: Theresa Cheung, Dr Julia Mossbridge
PUBLISHER: Watkins Publishing
BINDING: soft back 
PAGES: 213
PRICE: £12.99
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: Premonition, Precognition, Quantum Theory, Quantum Physics, time, 
Theory of Relativity, Physics, spiritual, temporal, time travel, polarity, higher-self 
handshake, training, meditation

ISBN: 978-1-78678-161-1

IMAGE: B2715.jpg
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LINKS:  www.the premonitioncode.com   At the time of writing this review, the new 
website was still in construction and due to open in 35 days. It displays a count-down 
timer to opening day.
DESCRIPTION:  Fascinating, challenging, compelling, provoking, rewarding read. 
Just how rewarding will depend as much on each reader as on the authors, because
 this innovative work links to a special new web site for interactive development Highly Recommended.

The tribal nature of humans inclines them to try to fit in with the pack, making them conservative, clinging 
to established wisdom, when all the evidence indicates a new reality. Even the development of science has 
not broken this bad habit. When Darwin presented his theory of evolution, the Science Establishment rose 
up against him in a viscous series of attacks on his work. Today, his theory is now established wisdom,
 although some cling to the belief in the Creation Theory that it replaced. There are a great many similar 
examples in history of new concepts and theories being violently obstructed by the Scientific 
Establishment. We are in the relatively early days of the Theory of Quantum Physics with the
 Establishment still objecting to parts of the Theory, but gradually coming to an agreement. 

Once we threw virgins into active volcanoes to placate the God of Fire, Today we might toss SUVs and 
coal-fired power stations into volcanoes to placate the gods of Global Warming, and some will consider 
that progress. However, that still depends on belief and selective research, supported by loud and shrill 
voices against the logical study of phenomena and the development of realistic theories. All too often the 
impulse of the herd is to stifle open debate, when any idea worthy of its name must be capable of making 
positive debate.

The authors have produced an innovative book that collects together related strands of thought in its field 
for the first time. It presents a manual for the development of Positive Precognition, based on the growing 
understanding of time and space that is possible through Quantum Theory. The two authors neatly 
complement each other, coming to the topics from different perspectives. To provide a development 
environment for readers, a new web site is under construction at the time of writing this review. As the 
site is still some 35 days from opening, it cannot be included in the review, except for the descriptions and 
study plans that are included in this absorbing book.

Time is plastic. Through history, the established view has been that it is fixed, travelling in one direction, 
at a constant speed. Quantum probabilities question that and offer a different set of conclusions. Early 
research is already showing how this can work, casting new light on skills and activities that have been 
described under various names, and formed part of belief structures, in the past. This demands an open
 mind in considering and understanding some exciting probabilities. What has slowed this open 
consideration has been the lack of discussion in day  to day language, which is where this new book really
 comes in with its clear verbiage and down-to-earth approach that does not require the reader to hold 
multiple PhDs to understand the concepts and examples.

The potential rivalry of mathematics and physics does little to help the process. This reviewer is reminded 
of reading a copy of an email between two colleagues some years ago. The mathematician emailed the 
physicist, “I....am.......typing............this...................very............................very..............................slowly.....
..............................so..............................................that............................................................you.................
.....................................will...........................................................................understand.” Two mindsets that 
failed find enough common ground to conduct a civilized debate.

Through history, humans have tried to explain the inexplicable. That has led to the development of belief 
structures which have far too frequently been turned into an exercise of power and wealth by a small 
number of individuals, who have then tried to stifle any consideration outside that now fixed set of beliefs. 
However, that does not mean that a belief structure cannot contain concepts which disclose some elements 
of new discovery. In reading through this book there are elements which have been employed by a number 
of religions for a very long time. Meditation is used in a number of different ways by different belief 
structures and forms a very beneficial aspect of this new approach to time and space.

Some readers will struggle with parts of this book because they need to take a logical and questioning 
approach, shrugging off some long held establishment beliefs, in the same way as those first reading the 
revolutionary observations and theories of Galileo and Darwin.

One challenge that most people will face is that the ingrained desire to fit into tribal structures makes us 
very reluctant to discuss with others a number of experiences of life and mystery. There is a fear that 
others will regard these experiences as evidence of madness, or simply a dangerous departure from the 
orthodoxy. The result is that a great many will have experienced things and thoughts that are actually very 
common to a great many people, perhaps all people. The lack of open discussion frequently leads the 
individual to believe that this is something unique, possibly a personal defect of some kind, some thing to 
be ashamed of, something that is embarrassing.

The brain is a mysterious and powerful engine that is capable of infinitely more than we can fully 
comprehend. One of the things that it does is create realities to compensate for defective parts of the body, 
or to present something complex, or alien, in a way that we can relate to it. At least that is true of the 
untrained mind. Two eyes present data, one eye is defective, and the brain uses best available information 
to compensate, without the individual realizing that a false image has been created. The degrading or loss 
of a sense is compensated by the greater use of another sense. This is possible because the full range of 
senses potentially provides so much more than the average person uses. This is not because we do not have 
fully functioning senses, just that our conscious mind ignores what some of them are telling us, or uses 
some of the information without us realizing. For those who deliberately seek to develop under-used 
senses, a whole new world opens up.

There is a word of caution, as pointed out by the authors. Senses can be overwhelmed by an excess of 
information and by information that does not fit with orthodoxy. Some conditions that we conveniently 
label as mental illness can be a failure to handle new data effectively. The authors have covered this aspect 
of developing human abilities. It is an important caution that they have not shied away from.

What will be particularly interesting to see is how this book path-finds into a new area of development as
 an increasing number of people apply themselves, seizing opportunities. It certainly presents a challenge 
for any reviewer. It is a compelling book that presents a number of related and challenging concepts and 
opportunities in a clear writing style, where two authors work harmoniously and symbiotically. Some 
readers will read through the book and decide that it is not something they want to consider further, 
which may be their loss. Others will wish to read further and learn more. The book contains recommended 
reading, and the new web site promises to provide a helpful and productive environment for further 
development. The book is therefore so much more than a book. It is a starting point that builds as the 
reader continues to expand his or her knowledge and connects with others who are following broadly the 
same path. An interchange of ideas and experiences will shape future development.

An excellent and rewarding book.