Cyclone Ita: Cooktown hardest hit

This prediction continues to unfold. Even though the location of this prediction was cryptic, their ability to narrow it down to a city will go along way in warning and changing future tragedies. We have included the Queensland prediction even though the ‘gift’ part of the prediction is still unclear and questionable.

Notes on 11-28-13 Australia Cyclone
In Australia, a cyclone.. northern.. Queensland.. when the gifts are wrapped.

Notes on 4-4-14
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”
Comments section posted 4-5-14:  Yes, the details would follow. They also mentioned where the “cook is” perhaps cook county as in Illinois.

The Facts: Cyclone Ita: Cooktown hardest hit. Innisfail is the next north Queensland town in the path of Tropical Cyclone Ita, the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) warns.
The category one cyclone was 20km west-southwest of Cairns at 9pm (AEST) on Saturday, moving south-southeast at 10km/h with overnight wind gusts up to 100km/h possible between Port Douglas and Innisfail. Quoted News: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11237478

 

8 responses to “Cyclone Ita: Cooktown hardest hit”

  1. jules104 Avatar

    Great job on the location by Spirits and yourself Eric.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      We are working towards that for the majority of predictions. Then we should be able to really make a difference.

  2. Michele Avatar
    Michele

    Hi Eric, ” In Australia, a cyclone.. northern.. Queensland.. when the gifts are wrapped” – do you think this could have referred to Easter which is this weekend – some people had probably already wrapped their gifts when Ita came through.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      That’s what several people have said. It could be but one would think they could come up with a better version of Easter.

  3. John Avatar
    John

    What about Christmas Island it’s off the west coast of Australia though.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Perhaps that would fit more.

  4. Michele Avatar
    Michele

    Ah yes, Easter is not or should not be just about the present giving so you are right in saying that they could have come up with a better version if it was to do with Easter.

    I am following your predictions carefully as I live in Queensland in Australia and we were on a tsunami watch after the 7.6 quake which hit the Solomon Islands several days ago. Luckily that warning was cancelled but after reading about your ‘partial tsunami’ prediction I am not sure if we are going to be able to dodge another bullet.

  5. Laura B Avatar

    I stumbled upon this website while I was searching about future Australian cyclones. I’ve had this feeling for a while now. Just thought I need to out it out there, on the internet, where all can see. I’m thinking on April 20, tropical cyclone Jack will hit Australia. It’s going to be very bad.
    I think tropical cyclone Ita was in the way of your predictions.
    Think about it, when the gifts are wrapped. So Easter right.
    I had this feeling, this date, everything was thought out before I even found this website.

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