A person who has been helpful with predictions in the past proposed that
we assess the GCP data during a global meditation organized and promoted
by the Peace Portal Activations group.
These days are so lively with connections that humans have always had
with the subtle planes, but were too blinded by their outer eyes to see
them. Over the long years we have been fortunate enough to attune
ourselves more and more to these levels-lokas-wholeness, and to be aware
of where and when some fortunate moments or 'portals' appear. They are
like an inner train schedule taking the devotees onward in their
journeys: So, pack a nice picnic lunch and a 'day-bag' and enjoy the
excursion awaiting all of us.
This coming Sunday on August 25th a very important planetary
constellation is expected that will bring a strong infusion of light
and peace into the conflicted situation on the surface of this planet.
On that day, the next grand sextile astrological configuration of this
summer after the grand sextile on July 29th will take place:
The activation of this peace portal will offer a unique opportunity to
transform ... tensions, [with]
harmonizing effects... This could mean that all deep
rooted conflicts on the surface of our planet can finally begin to be
resolved; for this to happen for good people around the world are
invited to contribute a small share by spending a little bit of their
time in meditation (10 - 12 minutes, ideally in groups). If it would be
possible to unite 144,000 people it would greatly help to achieve the
best possible result out of this planetary constellation for all
generations to come.
In order to gather as many people as possible to meditate simultaneously
around the globe a time table has been calculated, which gives the
meditation time for different time zones of the world as shown below.
The GCP event was set for a period beginning a little before the
appointed time and lasting for half an hour, 21:00 to 21:30 UTC.
The actual 10-12 minute
period was thus preceded by some preparation time and followed by some
The result is Chisquare 1907.591
on 1800 df, for p = 0.038 and Z = 1.770.
(This is a corrected analysis after removing one bad egg.)
It is important to keep in mind that we have only a tiny
statistical effect, so that it is always hard to distinguish
signal from noise. This means that every "success" might be
largely driven by chance, and every "null" might include a real
signal overwhelmed by noise. In the long run, a real effect can
be identified only by patiently accumulating replications of