Supreme Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett

Congratulations Amy, may you represent the United States well.

This prediction has happened. The elephant is the Republican Party, our timing is a bit off, but the overall message is clear. If you click on the bottom prediction there is also a message about a flood?

WORLD PREDICTION: SUPREME COURT VACANCY Posted Sept 8: I had a visual of the US Supreme Court building. Then I heard the word “vacancy”. Then Spirit tipped their hat to a titan of our time. No matter what side your on this person brought a force of change with them.

WORLD PREDICTIONS 3-28-19 Ruth will pass. Such a great loss for the US. Such a righteous woman. The balance of power shifts towards the elephant. 30th or the 3rd.

33 thoughts on “Supreme Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett

  1. I heard that many people are very worried that stuff like Roe vs. Wade and ACA will be gutted for good thanks to the 6-3 Supreme Court. I don’t know how that’s going to unfold, but I’m just going to sit back watch the “damage” be inflicted on the rulings.

    The Supreme Court is now irrelevant for me, but I hope it becomes balanced out.

  2. Eric- can you try to get a read on what’s going to happen with healthcare now that this has happened? Are millions of us about to lose our access to health insurance? All logical signs point to yes now. I can’t get a clear intuitive read because this topic is too close to me.

      1. Thanks Eric. I will pray for your family. This is really scary right now. I still can’t wrap my head around WHY he wants to dismantle our health insurance system and take away all of our health care, other than ego and wanting to take away Obama’s signature achievement just because it was Obama’s. So many will suffer unnecessarily if he succeeds.

  3. I wish her well but also pray she doesn’t carry out her pro-wealthy, pro-corporate and anti-voting rights, anti-lgbtq+ rights, anti-reproductive rights, anti-worker rights, anti-healthcare and anti-poor judicial agenda.

      1. Amen to that comment of yours Eric!! Everyone VOTE like your life depends on it, because in many ways it does!!
        I voted a few weeks ago, and now I’m working every day to get out the vote. We need change so badly.

  4. So Eric when does human life begin. I’m all for woman’s rights but I struggle with the life of a small baby. I would love to know when God says a human life begins. Is it at conception, birth, or somewhere in between. I’m not trying to stir the pot here but I truly struggle with this question. I’ve asked this question many times here but I never get an answer.

    1. It’s not at all what people think it is. Honestly that goes to what a soul is. I have avoided that conversation because it is nothing at all like everyone thinks it is. I know that’s going to be hitting a bee hive I need to present it right. So give me time.

      1. Thanks for your effort in trying to explain when life begins. It’s a very important subject that I’m very interested in hearing your thoughts about. Take all the time you need but don’t be afraid to tell us what we need to hear.

  5. Justice Barrett is a bigot. She said she interprets the Constitution the way the origins authors intended. Those wealthy white slave owners who wrote it were bigots who hated women, people of color, etc.

    She refused to answer questions, saying she didn’t want to comment on a case that is likely to appear before her. Well guess what? She already commented on those cases when she wrote public opinions in articles, signed public petitions, etc.

    Another scary thing about her is that she belongs to People of Praise. This is the Roman Catholic sect that served as the template for the book & tv series “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Barrett even dressed like one of the handmaidens minus the hat!

    I know Halloween is this week & we are currently in both Mercury Retrograde & Mars Retrograde. It’s no coincidence Barrett made the Supreme Court. Watch and see.

    And yes, I cast my ballot early.

    1. Hello Eric, Spirit, and SWC!
      Hi L.W. Longtime Lurker,
      Thank you for your comment-
      Just to add to what you are saying, and IF my astrology lessons have served me correctly, I think- not 100% sure, – but I think that any monumental major decisions, contracts signed, or major agreements made during the mercury retrograde period will have to be either ‘Redone, Reviewed later, Reconstructed or Reconsidered’ later down the road, after the retrograde period ends.
      Decisions made during the retrograde period are more often than not, redone and changed later, for some reason or other.

      1. Hi Cat- Thats how I understand Mercury Retrograde- disruption in communication and travel. Supposedly you are not to sign major contracts during this period. Funny how it falls right up until election day! A recount of ballots?! Oh dear. Let me “rewind” my comment and take back…(haha a little astrology humor).
        Speaking of the moon….full moon on Halloween. Of course! Its 2020.

        1. Hi R2D2!
          YES! All great points! I am especially curious about that Halloween full moon.
          This period is going to be a ‘doozy ‘.
          Please Buckle up- it may be a rocky ride.- (praying for peace…but preparing for staying safe).
          Stay safe, Blessings.

        2. To be clear it’s not all bad. It’s a time of self reflection, cleaning ones four walls, focus on oneself, fix you. Regroup. I think it’s very fitting.

      2. I never looked at it with such detail, but then I am not an astrologer, from what I have noticed it’s about communication. There is either miscommunication or issues with it. Misunderstandings. Hostility with others. Mercury in retrograde has weight too. I have seen it play out.

      3. Hi cat!

        Please forgive me for my late reply.

        You are correct. Contracts should never be signed (when possible) during Mercury retrograde.

        Anything to do with communications and electronics that begins during the retrograde will have disastrous outcome.

        Don’t forget, we are also in Mars retrograde. Notice all the terror attacks

  6. As someone who lives in a country with universal healthcare, I feel bad for you Americans. Looks like your elected officials and SCOTUS would want you to have the same great kind of healthcare they get because of their government job, however they don’t:

    “In the US.. The new health care is a disaster.. premiums skyrocket.. coverage for low income diminish.. implementation of the rollout are confusing and unclear.. all leading to an epic amount of protest in the US.. rage.”

    1. I totally agree with you, Trevor. I’m an American, and I still can’t understand why we don’t have universal healthcare like other countries do. Even with health insurance, families often still get hit with enormous medical bills, and it’s even worse if someone has a chronic long-term illness.

      1. Do hospitalized Covid patients in the USA have to pay for their treatments? What happens if they have no or not appropriate insurance?

          1. Yes Eric, thank you for clarifying. These big fat hospital bills just add another scary dilemma and another complicated crisis for these Covid patients and their families to deal with.
            I think that’s why people with Covid, and other diseases and illnesses are not going into the hospital for care, but they are passing away at home. And so, with this, the covid death toll may be under-counted because of these deaths at home.

  7. “The Supreme Court will not expedite a Republican request to stop an extended deadline in Pennsylvania for receiving mail-in ballots. The decision was 5-3. Justice Barrett did not participate in the case.”

  8. “In an opinion joined by Justices Thomas and Gorsuch, Justice Alito writes that it’s too close to the election to take up the case—but notes that #SCOTUS could still take the dispute up *after* the election if the late-arriving ballots make a difference.

    “Note: Amy Coney Barrett did not participate in this decision, but she did NOT recuse herself. She simply decided that she joined too late to participate.”

  9. “A fairly depressing read for anyone who cares about genuine freedom of religion and belief and separation of church and state. The SCOTUS conservative majority seems determined to privilege Christianity above all else, with LGBTQ and women’s rights in particular suffering.

    “The kinds of cases the court is hearing have changed, too. In the Warren court all of the rulings in favor of religion benefited minority or dissenting practitioners. In the Roberts court most of the religious claims were brought by mainstream Christians”

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