Greetings. God does not "predict" the future....he is outside of time so there is no "future" or past.
Please consider the definition of the word psyche when considering the psychic circles.....psyche is soul, spirit, or inner person in the original Greek, as noted by Rexford.
The seven psychic circles are the progression of the soul through 7 levels of spiritization which allows for that future transcendent action of fusion with the TA. It is speaking of the soul here, not the mind (though the mind can be aware of soul and the mind is the arena where choices are made which may accrue to soul) and certainly not anything to do with clairvoyance or predictions of any kind.
We will never predict the future. However, if one does a key word search for "time unit" in the UB, we discover that sufficient experience and maturity combined with the proper time unit perspective certainly elevates our ability to identify "probabilities" of outcomes generally and specifically. We do learn how to consider and think through the cause and effect loop to help us understand the effects that result by our choices....this might also be considered wisdom.
118:1.3 (1295.3) There is a direct relationship between maturity and the unit of time consciousness
in any given intellect. The time unit may be a day, a year, or a longer period, but inevitably it is the criterion by which the conscious self evaluates the circumstances of life, and by which the conceiving intellect measures and evaluates the facts of temporal existence.
118:1.4 (1295.4) Experience, wisdom, and judgment are the concomitants of the lengthening of the time unit
in mortal experience. As the human mind reckons backward into the past, it is evaluating past experience for the purpose of bringing it to bear on a present situation. As mind reaches out into the future, it is attempting to evaluate the future significance of possible action. And having thus reckoned with both experience and wisdom, the human will exercises judgment-decision in the present, and the plan of action thus born of the past and the future becomes existent.
118:1.5 (1295.5) In the maturity of the developing self, the past and future are brought together to illuminate the true meaning of the present. As the self matures, it reaches further and further back into the past for experience, while its wisdom forecasts seek to penetrate deeper and deeper into the unknown future
. And as the conceiving self extends this reach ever further into both past and future, so does judgment become less and less dependent on the momentary present. In this way does decision-action begin to escape from the fetters of the moving present, while it begins to take on the aspects of past-future significance
118:1.6 (1295.6) Patience is exercised by those mortals whose time units are short; true maturity transcends patience by a forbearance born of real understanding.
118:1.7 (1295.7) To become mature is to live more intensely in the present, at the same time escaping from the limitations of the present. The plans of maturity, founded on past experience, are coming into being in the present in such manner as to enhance the values of the future.
The time unit of immaturity concentrates meaning-value into the present moment in such a way as to divorce the present of its true relationship to the not-present — the past-future. The time unit of maturity is proportioned so to reveal the co-ordinate relationship of past-present-future that the self begins to gain insight into the wholeness of events
, begins to view the landscape of time from the panoramic perspective of broadened horizons, begins perhaps to suspect the nonbeginning, nonending eternal continuum, the fragments of which are called time.
118:1.9 (1296.1) On the levels of the infinite and the absolute the moment of the present contains all of the past as well as all of the future.
I AM signifies also I WAS and I WILL BE. And this represents our best concept of eternity and the eternal.
118:1.10 (1296.2) On the absolute and eternal level, potential reality is just as meaningful as actual reality. Only on the finite level and to time-bound creatures does there appear to be such a vast difference. To God, as absolute, an ascending mortal who has made the eternal decision is already a Paradise finaliter. But the Universal Father, through the indwelling Thought Adjuster, is not thus limited in awareness but can also know of, and participate in, every temporal struggle with the problems of the creature ascent from animallike to Godlike levels of existence.