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Oghenekome Irobo
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The phenomenon of prophecy is not well understood in psychology research literature. Psychiatrist and neurologist Arthur Deikman describes the phenomenon as an “intuitive knowing, a type of perception that bypasses the usual sensory channels and rational intellect.” Prophecy can be likened to a bridge between the individual ‘mystical self’ and the communal ‘mystical body’,” writes religious sociologist Margaret Poloma. Prophecy seems to involve “the free association that occurred through the workings of the right brain.” That does not mean you are supposed to have visions of the future. It means you are a “forthteller,” telling or “speaking forth” the mind… Read more »

MathzyM Adamu
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Not all prophecies I do take serious because some prophecies are fake while some are right.

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