How to develop pre-cognition. I've got to go back to a personal story. Many years ago, the then editor of the New York Post, Gary, called me up out of the blue and said "I'm going to give you a lot of dates of birth. Tell me what's going to happen to these people, situations, institutions," whatever they were, "in the next year." And I said "Oh, okay." You know, "Give me a couple of days. I'll get back to you." And he said "Oh no. No, no, no, no. Turn your phone off. You've got an hour and a half." And I thought "Oh, okay."
So I looked at the astrology books and I pondered, and I came up with a long list of, I didn't know whether they were people, situations, of what was going to happen for the people, situations, institutions, of these birth dates.
Turned out to be remarkably on target. Why am I mentioning that? The only way you can develop, or see if you have pre-cognition, is to commit yourself to paper. Now you don't have to show anybody it, but try, because I didn't know I could do these things before I tried, before somebody each time said to me "Oh, could you just give this a whirl," like, the world predictions. I didn't know I could do it, but somebody said "You probably do this, so give it a whirl." That is what I'm suggesting to you.
Sit down at a quiet time. Do what you need to do. Now, some people need to go into an altered state. They have to cleanse. They have to do all sorts of things. I personally don't. You might. I'm not saying what you might. Get out, either, your little tablet, your computer, or like me, pencil and paper, and see how you might do. Write yourself, I'm not going to give you a number, two, three, six items of things that may happen in the future. Pop it away in a drawer, review it several months later. That is the only way that you could possibly know if you have the ability of pre-cognition.