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Cambridge Dictionary; British English: Prophecy
a statement that says what is going to happen in the future
a statement that tells what will happen in the future.
especially one that is based on what you believe about a particular matter rather than existing facts.
the act of making something known that was secret, or a fact that is made known.

A description of a future event or set of events that will occur if certain actions by a humanity doesn't change the circumstances surrounding the event in order to prevent the specific arrangement of circumstances moving into the positioning necessary for it to become reality.

A prophecy traditionally meant a message that is claimed by a prophet to have been communicated to them by the supernatural i.e. the natural.[1] But the contemporary meaning of prophecy is nothing else but an announcement. Thus in this sense of the announced prophecy, it's simply an announcement of an event or occurrence to be expected.

Such messages typically involve inspiration, interpretation, dreams, visions, probability calculations, Arahat Athersata, revelation of divine will, normal evolutionary steps, evaluations conducted by extraterrestrials or the long-term strategic planning schedules of extraterrestrial civilizations; concerning the prophet's social world, humanity and events to come (compare divine knowledge). All known ancient cultures had prophets who delivered prophecies. Therefore all ancient cultures of all epochs had some form of stronghold of knowledgeable individuals, probably due to the abnormal rapidity of their ageing process and therefore particularly short history.

Prophecy is in contrast to a Prediction, which will occur regardless of any action or non-action by a humanity.

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

FIGU Dictionary

English German
Statement by Ptaah during contact 670 from 11/01/2017 Aussage von Ptaah anlässlich Kontakt 670 vom 11.1.2017
Prophecy Prophetie
As a rule, since time immemorial, prophecies occur only as a warning and therefore in a negative wise, whereby the reason for it is that the human beings think about it and change all evil and negative things for the better, good and to that which is progressive. Prophecies are based on inspirations, dreams, visions or probability calculations and show future happenings and occurrences, which will occur due to certain modes of behaviour, attitudes, words and actions and so forth, if these are carried out and upheld in unchanged wise over a certain period, whereby the period up to the fulfilment of the prophecy can be short or even take up to centuries or millennia. However, if the entire factors of the happenings, occurrences and modes of behaviour, attitudes, words and actions and so forth which are spoken about through a prophecy are not maintained, rather are changed for the better and good, then it will not be fulfilled, because from the changes successful, fruitful and valueful things arise in a favourable wise.[2] Prophetien erfolgen in der Regel seit alters her nur als Warnung und daher in negativer Weise, wobei der Grund dafür ist, dass die Menschen darüber nachdenken und alles Böse und Negative zum Besseren, Guten und Fortschittlichen verändern. Prophetien beruhen auf Inspiratio-nen, Träumen, Visionen oder Wahrscheinlichkeitsberechnungen und zeigen zukünftige Ereignisse und Geschehen auf, die sich aus bestimmten Verhaltensweisen, Haltungen, Reden und Taten usw. ergeben werden, wenn diese in unveränderter Weise über einen bestimmten Zeitraum hinweg ausgeführt und aufrechterhalten werden, wobei der Zeitraum bis zur Erfüllung der Prophetie kurzfristig sein oder gar jahrhunderte- oder jahrtausendelang dauern kann. Werden die ganzen Faktoren der Ereignisse, Geschehen und Verhaltensweisen, Haltungen, Reden und Taten usw. jedoch nicht beibehalten, die durch eine Prophetie angesprochen werden, sondern zum Besseren und Guten geändert, dann wird sie sich nicht erfüllen, weil aus den Änderungen vorteilhaft Erfolgreiches, Fruchtbares und Wertvolles hervorgeht.

Source: FIGU Dictionary – Prophecy / Prophetie

Explanation of the meaning of Prophecies

Extract from book Prophetien und Voraussagen.

"A prophecy does not mean the foretelling of events or occurrences which must happen, but it simply indicates the forecasting of events to be expected, resulting from exactly determined previous thought- and action-processes or other previous events. Therefore this means, that a prophecy must not happen with absolute certainty, if the previous thought- and action-processes or other events, from which the prophecy is created in logical conclusion, are revised by new, logical thought- and action-processes or other events are changed in a manner so that the event to be expected will be influenced to a great extent, meaning that a change for the better will be caused and brought into effect.

Therefore, a prophecy, or prophecies in general, are only tied to an absolute occurrence of the forecast logical predictions, when nothing takes place to change the processes.  Explained in other words, it means that a prophecy must NOT occur and must not fulfil itself, if opposing processes against the calculated even take place, which logically have to cause a different effect.  The conclusion thereof is, that prophecies do not represent an unchangeable determination, but are equal in meaning to an effect of a certain cause.  As a cause logically has to produce a certain effect, the cause is valid, if it is predicted as so-called prophecy, which again does not mean anything else, than that it refers to a prediction of an occurrence or event to be expected, which must take place as effect of a cause.

Therefore, only cause and effect are decisive in a prophecy to be given or having been given which therefore excludes the erroneous assumption, that everything has been predetermined since ages of old by a power set over Man.  Therefore, it is now clearly recognizable, that EVERY prophecy presented to mankind of Earth corresponds to an effect of a cause, which by him, Earth Man himself, has been created, if the cause and effect were based on his thought- and action-processes.

Predictions regarding cosmic events etc., naturally do not fall into this category, because cosmic and universal powers are totally independent of Earth Man in their sphere of action.  If for example, a prophecy goes forth, that at a certain point in time an event of cosmic nature will appear, this then corresponds to a cosmic prediction, which is based on totally different powers and laws, than the effects of causes called forth by human thought- and action-processes.

Unfortunately, regarding a prophecy, Man, as a rule, understands something totally false, especially based on religious matter, because prophecies usually are considered to be determinations of supernatural or godly powers.  But what is to be understood under the term, prophecy in truth?  Quite simply: Prophecy means nothing else but an announcement.  Thus in the sense of the announced prophecy, it is simply an announcement of an event or occurrence to be expected.  This also explains right away that a prophet does not embody anything else that an announcer of knowledge, a teaching, or of preliminary announcements of events or occurrences to be expected.

But what purpose do prophecies have?  This question also is easily explained: The meaning of a given prophecy lies in a warning.  Thus via a prophecy a warning is uttered about a happening or occurrence to be expected for the purpose that the recipient of the prophecy (as a rule Man of Earth) prepares himself for the coming events and occurrences as best as possible and try to influence the happenings and occurrences of negative nature to be expected positively, whereby the negative events having to occur change to a not having to occur, and therewith the purpose of the prophecy is achieved.

The prophecy, the warning, therefore corresponds also to a teaching and an advice, to which the recipient is obligated to comply. Therefore, as prophecies contain a warning, a teaching and an advice, quite logically they only announce things of a negative nature, because nothing would be more paradox than a prophecy of positive a nature, which the recipient would try to influence negatively.   This explains, why prophecies given, without exception, contain negative previous announcements of any causalities, because only the negative in exaggerated form needs a change to the normal-positive, in order to allow a balance to be created thereof."


Greek: “prophēteia”
Latin: “prophētēs”
Old French: “profecie”
Old French: “prophete”
“Latin: “prophētēs” - spokesman
Greek: “pro” - before
Greek: “phētēs” - speaker
Greek: “phēnai” - speak
English: “forecast”
German: “vor” – Fore – before in time, previously
Dutch: “voor” -
Old Norse: “kasta” – to cast or throw
English: “forethought” - conjectured estimate of a future course -
English: “prudence” - wisdom to see what is suitable
Latin: “sequi” - follow
Latin: “fu-” - grow, become
Latin: “esse” - be
Latin: “futurus” - future
Latin: “ex-” “e-” - out-of
Latin: “volvere” - to roll
Latin: “evolvere” - to roll out
Latin: “ēvolūtiō” - unfolding or opening
Latin: “ēvolūtiōnis” - the act of unrolling
English: “evolve” - to make more complex, develop
German: “vorsprung” – advance or advantage
Latin: “verbum” - word
English: “verbatim” - in exactly the same words as were used originally

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.



  1. Genauso wie es nichts Übersinnliches gibt, gibt es auch nichts Übernatürliches, denn alles ist natürlich und auch von unseren (7) Sinnen erfassbar. Siehe auch FIGU-Sonder-Bulleting Nr. 38 vom August 2007, Seite 23, Antwort von Billy auf eine Leserfrage bez. des sog. Übersinnlichen.