To see into the future and call it forth is not something that is out of the ordinary for someone who was born with a caul (veil).
There are many distinct powers that go along and that come from individuals who posses the natural inherited abilities of the caul.
True caul births are supposed to be a very rare occurrence. Not very often are babies born with the thin membrane enclosed around their heads and face denoting the signs of psychic talent. Yet there have been many who were delivered in this fashion, shining their lights upon the billions of people in the world who they are greatly outnumbered by.
Till this day-even in this day and age of modernly advanced times, there are still those other individuals who do not believe in omens of this kind. They pass it off as nothing more than superstition.
In spite of that fact, anybody with sense knows that just because something is not accepted by a certain percentage of people does not mean that it does not exist.
Everyone has their own beliefs, and system of belief. And that is a right that one is entitle to. However, no one is in authority to force any other into believing or not believing in what they see fit to call as truth.
For those who do know, believe, and understand. The experience of a caulbearer is a very deep and beautiful thing in my opinion-and according to what I have been through in my life.
I cannot and do not speak for all others who were born with the special abilities of the caul due to the reasonable fact that everyone is their own individual. And not everybody’s experience is or will be the same.
Gifts of this stature involve spirituality. A spiritual nature deeply rooted in the hidden knowledge and powers of a supernatural kind.
Extrasensory perception is mystical and exciting.
Looking at things through the third eye is quite astounding and wonderful. And when one feels, hears, tastes, smells and discerns some or all of the things that come along with the happenings they serve as great epiphanies.
So whether or not an individual chooses to use their abilities personally, professionally and/or spontaneously, they should never ignore the gravity that they hold.
Anybody can spread them self around idly and without regard to gain money or advantage.
There is nothing more common than immediate worthless profit.
Everybody, however, is not wise enough to benefit from what they keep sacred as they richly maintain purpose.
There is nothing more rarer than the delayed ends of meaningful satisfaction.