The Indian Astrologer, Dr. Bhatt, has been sending me messages on WhatsApp –
Today for instance he gave me exact latitude and longitude coordinates for me to go stay, because he said this was the best place for me to take in The Beneficial Galactic Cosmic Rays.
He said: Take sunlight, then moonlight. We need to know which light works best for you. And then he added: Do not wear any kind of ring or locket which has a stone affixed to it.
He has also urged me to buy lottery tickets.
Interestingly, this is consistent with Joni’s reading of my chart, when she told me that I was in a very “lucky” cosmic cycle, and in fact she too suggested that I buy a lottery ticket.
I’m amazed at the consistency of these two astrologers.
With Dr. Bhatt, I really do think he’s trying everything he can to make this experiment work for me.
I have yet to find out where exactly these coordinates are physically located – but once I know I’ll go there.
He then sent me a story which I will now share with you. I think it’s very cryptic –
A keen immigrant Indian lad applied for a salesman’s job at London ‘s premier downtown department store.
In fact, it was the biggest store in the world – you could get anything there.
The boss asked him: “Have you ever been a salesman before?”
“Yes sir, I was a salesman in India,” replied the lad.
The boss liked the cut of him and said, “You can start tomorrow
and I’ll come and see you.”
The day was long and arduous for the young man, but he got through it.
And finally 6:00 PM came around.
The boss duly fronted up and asked,
“How many sales did you make today?”
“Sir, Just ONE sale,” said the young salesman.
“Only one sale?” blurted the boss. “No! No! You see here, most of my staff make 20 or 30 sales a day. If you want to keep this job, you’d better be doing better than just one sale. By the way, how much was the sale worth?”
“£337,000” said the young man.
“What? How did you manage that?”asked the flabbergasted boss.
“Well”, said the salesman, “this man came in and I sold him a small fish hook, then a medium hook, and finally a really large hook.
Then I sold him new fishing rod and some fishing gear.
Then I asked him where he was going fishing and he said down the coast.
So I told him he’d be needing a boat, so I took him down to the boat department and sold him that twenty-foot schooner with the twin engines.
Then he said his Volkswagen probably wouldn’t be able to pull it, so I took him to our automotive department and sold him that new Deluxe 4X4 Blazer.
I then asked him where he’ll be staying, and since he had no accommodation, I took him to camping department and sold him one of those new igloo 6-sleeper camper tents.
Then the guy said, “While we’re at it, I should throw in about £1000 worth of groceries and two cases of beer.”
The boss took two steps back and asked in astonishment. “You sold all that to a guy who came in for a fish hook!!”
“No,” answered the salesman, “he came in to buy a headache relief tablet and I said to him, “Sir, fishing is best remedy for headache.”
So why did Dr Bhatt send me this story?
What hidden message is inside it?
Let me know what you think, and I’ll give you my thoughts in a post tomorrow…
Oh, and by the way – I miss these guys!
Never sell yourself short!! 🙂
BILL, I am trying to determine if you are to relate to the salesman or the guy with the headache? I think maybe if you are the guy with the headache it means to be open to all the things coming your way, and you will be surprised with what you end up with.
Or if you are the salesman, then maybe when you get a chance to present your film ideas just lay the whole enchilada out there and you will find investors buying in completely because they are totally into the idea. (hook, line and sinker, LOL)
concentrate on one idea, and pull the string till the end, do not scattered your force , your actions , your mind.
Bill I have been following you for months now through your travels and wishing I was free to do what your doing. Following your instincts and go with the flow and yes I am sure it is scary and the you do not know. I am watching like a movie to see the journey and the watershed. Best Liz
PS. My comment on the fishing story, one can start out doing one thing and end up being an expert on another journey.
Yes Bill, the guy came in with a headache and I doubt he was looking for fishing gear yet that is where the journey took him. A completely different direction. Buckminster fuller calls it precession. My belief is that you think you are in dallas for one thing but something will happen to take you on a journey at 90 degrees to what you expected. Remember I told you on the phone I went to malaysia. I went to learn about options trading from a friend but I met a taxi driver who turned my head around and I started studying aikido. Now my head is in a very different space and worry for the future has left me. Strange but good 🙂
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Yes Sean – one thing leads to another. Like in the story. And interestingly, “precession” is a term used in vedic astrology!