Stephen Hawking’s Prediction

The WONDERFUL thing about the future is that it’s not written in stone.  We create our lives instant by instant, based on our thoughts, feelings,  and actions.  When you allow yourself to envision whatever represents to you, in any given scenario, a picture of your ideal reality – where you are at peace, inspired, joyful, creative,  loving and loved, then that life becomes effortless and the challenges exciting.  When you can see, feel, hear, taste, and smell your preferred reality, your vibration begins to create it.  Fifteen minutes of concentration on your ideal reality will magnetize you, rewire your neural network, and spark the manifestation of your goal.  Just fifteen minutes a day of seeing, feeling, hearing, tasting, smelling and basking in your preferred vision, will bring it closer to your reality.  Then let go.  Leave it to the cosmos and your higher self to manifest

When doom and gloom scenarios appear, such as the one below, know that the future is not yet written, beause you are always in the process of writing it.  We all are.  By remaining focused on the positive and creating a better life for humans and for Mother Earth, we will likely remain here.


TORONTO – Stephen Hawking says the colonization of outer space is key to the survival of humankind, predicting it will be difficult for the world’s inhabitants “to avoid disaster in the next hundred years.”

“…he discussed the earth’s most pressing concerns in an email interview with The Canadian Press from Cambridge, England, declaring space exploration to be humankind’s most urgent mission.”

“We are entering an increasingly dangerous period of our history,” said Hawking, who has Lou Gehrig’s disease, leaving him almost completely paralyzed and unable to speak.

“Our population and our use of the finite resources of planet Earth are growing exponentially, along with our technical ability to change the environment for good or ill. But our genetic code still carries the selfish and aggressive instincts that were of survival advantage in the past. It will be difficult enough to avoid disaster in the next hundred years, let alone the next thousand or million.

In Hawking’s opinion, “Our only chance of long-term survival is not to remain lurking on planet Earth, but to spread out into space.”

Hawking said this is why he favours manned — or as he puts it, “personed” — space flight and encourages further study into how to make space colonization possible.”

Source:  Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press – Fri, 18 Nov, 2011

It doesn’t have to be this way:


  1. albilal siddiqui says:

    Regarding Mr.Hawking, I have a great question in my mind. Why are we not able to make a machine which can reveal whatever happened in earlier times, which is to ask, is it possible to make a machine which can tell what we have spoken of in past times? Tell me your thoughts about this. I am working on an invention, which should be complete within 5 – 6 years.

    • Elizabeth Rose says:

      Albilal, How fascinating! If you can create a time machine, it would be an amazing scientific tool. I wish you great success and am curious to know more. Keep us posted.

      We can already time-travel with meditation, hypnosis and in dreams. In hypnosis, this is called ‘past life regression.’ It is the recollection of previous life memories. However, recalling a past life generally takes a lot of concentrated effort. Also, though it feels very real to the subject, an observer would clearly see the subject’s body hasn’t gone anywhere. It is not a physical journey, but a journey of consciousness.