Santa Barbara Shooting

This prediction has possible ties to the Santa Barbara shooting. The voice could be the youtube video. My heart goes out to those in Santa Barbara

Notes on 10-19-13
The fat spider is coming: I had a visual of a man getting out of a car and immediately shot someone. People where running for safety in a park or campus, while I could hear shots being fired again and again. In the end he was shot.

Notes on 10-14-13
I had a visual of a very fat spider. His belly was oversized and disproportioned to the rest of his body. The spider sat waiting, on the other side were typed words over and over again. The word ‘voice’ then popped up.

The Facts on 5-24-14 by ABC news: “The suspect in the deaths of six people in a mass shooting near the University of California, Santa Barbara, was identified today as a lonely student who promised “retribution” in a video posted hours beforehand.

The suspected shooter, Elliot Rodger, also died of a gunshot wound.

The University of California, Santa Barbra, released a statement Saturday morning addressing the shooting.

“Our campus community is shocked and saddened by the events that occurred last night in the nearby community of Isla Vista,” read the statement. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families who are grieving and mourning as a result of this tragedy.” Quoted by:–abc-news-topstories.html

7 responses to “Santa Barbara Shooting”

  1. Crafty Avatar

    The spider might be ‘lunacy’ or ‘terrorism’ or both. An unknown disease spreading like the bird flu that causes mental illness ripping through the human population?

    1. elmo Avatar

      Good point. I’m afraid that illness might be narcissism..I mean, they even have ‘selfie’ cameras now, which look ridiculous; hilarious but sad! I think social media are really quite bad for teenagers and fuel many insecurities about popularity/ desirability etc.

      1. Salem Avatar

        Why direct just at teenagers, there are also many young adults who take part in selfies. A selfie may strike as a narcissistic pleasure, but it is more of way to promote self-love. There are more out there than the ones who do it to get attention, there are the ones who do it to feel good about themselves. I don’t mean to be stern here, but please don’t generalize those you don’t know. There are bad things in social media but plenty of good things too. Thank you.

      2. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

        There is just way to much ego and arrogance that running rampant.

  2. elmo Avatar

    Hi Salem I was merely pointing out that I find it could be particularly dangerous for the very young or very insecure. Yes indeed, adults are doing it too and while I obviously don’t know others and don’t pretend to do so, I don’t believe it is always beneficial (in excess, that is). I am on fb so do see the benefits too. I was focusing on what I think might be becoming (part of) a problem, that’s all. No intention to offend or paint a black and white picrure! Have a nice day.

    1. Jon Blue Avatar
      Jon Blue

      I agree with both of you. Social media has saved countless lives and opened up worlds that would have gone in the dark. It has reunited orphans, it has helped shine light on wars and atrocities. It has shed light on horrors in Russia, China, and Bosnia among others. It has freed Lybia and opened the doors for many. But the other side of the sword is also just as sharp, as it has destroyed fragile teens and young adults. It has created rifts between family and friends. It has been misunderstood and overstated. There is no right or wrong. It is about moderation. It is about understanding what you post may affect or hurt others. It is about learning what is appropriate to say and not to say. The younger generation has grown up with texting and social media, yet they are far more disconnected than older adults (45+) who you do not find constantly checking their phone at dinner with friends, in the movies, during work…
      My friends and I have a dinner rule. phones in the middle of the table under napkins. Anyone who picks up their phones during dinner must pay for everyone’s dinner. It works. I believe the younger generations will be sorely inept at creating lasting friendships in realtime. We are seeing this now within American society especially! It is part of the reason kids are creating more heinous crimes in schools than when I was a kid. Those crimes never ever happened.

      1. Salem Avatar

        Hey Elmo, I must have missed that in my interpretation. Sorry about that!

        @Jon Blue
        When I go out with my parents to eat and catch up, it’s them that are on their phones and not me. So they end up paying, haha.
        But in all seriousness, moderation is a good thing to keep in mind as well as being conscious of what you do. I might have to disagree on one point, the disconnection. It would be contradictory to be using the term disconnected when it is called Social media. Wouldn’t it spark conversation with whoever you’re talking to, in person or with technology? Regardless of that, Social media has been around since the printing press and is not something new. I don’t mean to sound like the internet police here, I just want to point out a few observations.
        May you have a great week!

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