Astrology, Numerology & Prediction – Approximate Time of Your Death is Destined

A client told us that he's had at least seven bad accidents throughout his life. At the scene of the last one (a car roll-over), after walking away without a scratch, a stranger told him "God has something special for you." He asked us if those accidents could have been his possible destined times of death and what God might have in store for him. Our answer to him is below.

According to expert astrologers, numerologists, past life regression therapists, and life between life researchers, we all have several potential destined times of departing Earth, with the actual time of departure holding the highest probability.

Therefore, all of the accidents you experienced may not have been your time to leave.

We don't know what the special thing is that God has for you. The stranger's comment may be just their perception of the situation; many people are under the impression that if you survive an accident God must have "spared" you. According to the experts in the fields listed above, God doesn't determine when you die, you (your soul, not your personality) have already established this before incarnating.

Perhaps you set up (on a soul level) these accidents to cherish life more or for some other reasons.

By the way, although we don't specialize in death timing, through our predictive numerology and astrology work, we are capable of determining probable dates of death, but we choose instead to focus on less morbid topics.

Some say that when it's your time to move into the afterlife, it's your time and nothing changes that. This must be considered in relation to the soul's journey through many lifetimes, and in between those lifetimes, when souls often do important work on the other side, as our past life regression findings indicate.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo

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