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A description of a future event or set of events that is unalterable and unavoidable.

Usually written in a partially concealed manner due to that fact.

This is in contrast to a Prophecy which is alterable and avoidable subject to human intervention.

And different again to a Probability Calculation, which is a different kind of measure, quantifying likelihood and chance.

FIGU Dictionary

Words by Ptaah from 670 from 11/01/2017:
Predictions happen through true-dreams, true-visions, through real foreseeing and ‘future-consciousness-wandering’, that is to say ‘future-consciousness-feeling’, wherethrough the real future is seen, just as it is seen through time-jumps, that is to say, time-travel into the future.

The future-seeings, that is to say, the future-viewings arising from it, are based on happenings that unchangeably effectively arise in the future, which are impossible to change.

The German word for Prediction is Voraussagen.[1]

Explanation of the meaning of Predictions

Extract from book Prophetien und Voraussagen

"Predictions concern as a form of foretelling the future, which is established as such, that extremely extensive kabbalistic calculations lead to very exact results, or that via travels into the future of different types, the future will be explored. A process which can occur technically or via travels in consciousness. Certain forms of future visions are also of this category. Through this is clearly discernible that predictions occur with absolute certainty and are inevitable, without the possibility that a change or avoidance would still be possible, because due to visioning the future, the event will be seen, which actually and inevitably will occur at a future point in time. Predictions are based on logical consequences of already firmly established facts, so that from their source and development a very exact effect has to result. However, it is different in the case of prophecies, which a rule only have a warning function and only show the result of a matter, which would result of certain facts, if no change in time would be affected. But if a change is not affected, then the prophecy becomes a prediction, which unhesitatingly has to occur."


Latin: praedictio - make known beforehand
Latin: “prae” - beforehand
Latin: “dictare” - dictated
Greek: “pro” - before
Latin: “praedicere” - prediction
Old French: “producere” - bring forth
Latin: “divinare” - predict
Old French: “deus” - god
Latin: “divus” - godlike
English: “divine”
English: “divination”
English: “discover”
Old French: “descovrir”
Latin: “discooperire”
Latin: “dis-” - expressing reversal
Latin: “per-” - entirely
Latin: “cooperire” - cover completely
Latin: “certus” - settled, sure
Old French: “acertener” - ascertain
Old English: “sēon” - see
Anglo-Norman French: “vieue”, “veoir” - see, view
Latin: “videre” - view, visual perception
Dutch: “zien” - see
German: “sehen” - see
Old French: “perçoivre” - percieve
Latin: “perceptio” - perception
Latin: “percipere” - seize, understand

"kabbalistic calculations"
Why has Billy Meier used this terminology? let's try and work it out
Define A: an ancient Jewish mystical tradition based on an esoteric interpretation of the Old Testament.
Define B: any secret or occult doctrine or science

Medieval Latin: "cabala", "cabbala"
Rabbinical Hebrew: "qabbālāh" - tradition
Rabbinical Hebrew: "qibbēl" - receive, accept
English: "cabalist" - a person who is well-versed or highly skilled in obscure or esoteric matters.
Greek: "esōterikos", "esōterō" - comparative
Greek: "esō" - within
Greek: "es", "eis" - into
English: "esoteric" - intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest.
Latin: "occultare" - secrete
Latin: "occulere" - conceal
Latin: "celare", "occulere" - to hide, covered over
Latin: "cernere" - sift
Latin: "occultō" - hide, keep secret
Latin: "secretus" (adjective) - separate, set apart
Latin: "secernere" (verb) - apart

Modern English words derived from each language group are as follows:

Latin ≈29%
French ≈29%
Germanic ≈26%
Greek ≈6%
Others ≈10%

  • Etymology is the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history.
  • A prefix is a group of letters placed before the root of a word.
  • A suffix is a group of letters placed after the root of a word.