Notes on 4-4-14

Many of you have been asking about future natural disasters; whether or not more massive quakes are coming and Yellowstone national park volcano. Here is their answer to our concerns.

I had a visual of a large storm coming in, the wind chimes went wild and begin spinning fast and furious, everything became very windy.

“Tornados are coming, very soon, the countdown coming dangerously close to zero”

“The volcano will erupt where the Danish live.”

Eric’s Comments: The Spirits are switching their concerns from earthquakes to tornados, and circumstances that will unfold very soon. They vaguely mentioned that the Yellowstone area might have a smaller earthquake but clearly point to the Iceland/Denmark area as to where the volcano will erupt. They again pointed to the middle east on some future earthquake, but again their focus and concern seems to be coming tornados.

29 thoughts on “Notes on 4-4-14

  1. This is interesting….did they mention or direct you to the “where” these disastrous tornadoes would be occurring at?

  2. I wonder if it could be Greenland as opposed to Iceland, as it is still under the jurisdiction of Denmark and approximately 15% of the population are Danish. There are no known volcanoes in Greenland although it is suspected there may be some under the ice-sheet and there has been underwater volcanic before, just of the coast. Just a thought. 🙂

  3. They will be happening through tornado alley, where they happen every year during tornado season, which is starting.

  4. Eric this was just on yahoo news: Bison running on road fuels speculation that Yellowstone volcano will erupt

    1. I saw that as well Jess. I know, only from the visit in my dream from my grandpa that he specifically said the super volcano in Yellowstone would not erupt in my lifetime. I should have another 40 years to live. I do believe more earthquakes are coming as the world’s axis is off its normal tilt. It has been since the tsunami pushed Japan back by 8 feet and the axis is now off by 4 inches or more. The earth’s crust is shifting from the weight shift. Plus with the polar ice melting on each end, the water disperses and the weight of the planet is different as water displacement occurs. The Spirits are warning us. My grandpa, surprisingly comes to me in dreams to tell me what to do. I find each time, I do so right when something tragic hits the city or home I was living in prior. I feel lucky that way. The War that is coming is going to be big, plus we will face widespread food shortages and a lot of extremes as people start getting desperate. My advice is either live close to a coast line with mountains, have your own source of water and garden, and when the time comes, escape by sea. Thats my plan and what my grandpa told me to do this year. So I moved from Chicago into a much safer place. Don’t get caught in the middle, as they say. Build a house on rock and not sand. And be friendly with the neighbors even if you have differences. That is the beauty of the world. If we could all put down our weapons and realize our differences are just that, we would all be able to survive the onslaught of mother nature and war.


      Yellowstone officials, who fielded dozens of calls and emails since the video went viral this week following an earthquake in the park, said the video actually shows bison galloping down a paved road that leads deeper into the park. (To see the video, click on

      “It was a spring-like day and they were frisky. Contrary to online reports, it’s a natural occurrence and not the end of the world,” park spokeswoman Amy Bartlett said.

    3. The guy who took the video says he sees this every year in the Spring. The bison run because the snow has been cleared off the roads and it means warmer weather, and so they run because they don’t have to slog through the snow. But, panic sells better, so the news shows the running with silly speculation and they leave out the rest. I live in Wyoming.

  5. Hi, could it be that your spirit is telling you where one Danish man lived.i know it is far fetched but he did have the named after him:

    ” The name Lassen Peak came from area rancher and emigrant guide Peter Lassen, a Danish immigrant born in Copenhagen who explored and lived in the area in the early 1840’s.”

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