The timeline possibilities – forecast through September 2020

Spirit asked me to look at the timeline possibilities going forward. I want to preface this by saying that (a) anyone who tells you they can accurately predict the future is trying to sell you something and (b) the farther away from NOW one tries to look (when looking forward), the less chance for accuracy is possible. There are just too many variables, this is a Free Will Universe. So I’m focusing on the next 6 months, although I will give a general overview of the themes of the next 4 years, because that’s how long this paradigm shift is going to take before we’re out of the rough stuff. Think about it as going through “turbulence.’’

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Ok, on with the forecasting.

Like I said, July is going to be challenging. Take a long hard look at what you think you stand for and what your actions show that you support, and see if those are in harmony with each other. Best to know now what your real goals are so you can formulate a game plan.

August will make you think you can relax, but don’t. Shore up your resources, the storm is still coming. August has always been a sleepy month, which amuses me, because it leads up to the crescendo of the year, and people would be getting ready for that instead of sitting in a hammock sipping iced tea.

September (here we go!) is when we’re really going to have to buckle down and do the hard work. This could lead to riots and panic. I see a disruption in the food supply in the US as we become more and more isolated from the rest of the world. Most of our fruit that doesn’t come from California comes from Brazil, and they’re not going to have the capacity to deal with their outbreak; they barely do now. If you preserve produce through canning and freezing, start doing it now (as in the end of June). California will fare better than a lot of places in the country, but it’s still going to be hard as we lose some of our “essential” workers (migrant labor) to C19.

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