Is this prediction describing ISIS whose goal is to create an Islamic state across Sunni areas of Iraq and in Syria? ISIS has also threaten the US, Egypt, and other neighboring countries. Or is this prediction an overall prediction describing a massive surge in terror like acts on a global scale?
Notes on 5-8-14 I had a visual of a massive spider so large that it was bigger then a human. Its belly was fat and the spider had large spikes at the bottom of its legs. It held a man under it belly, the man looked terrified, he had a name tag that said “humanity”
“A huge spider.. a campaign of terror is about to unfold.. starting now
His brutal strategy plan spilled.
In 4 to 5 months it will be bad.. some of the worst we have ever seen or predicted.
They will claim the first as a lone wolf but it’s not.. a calculated group effort.
‘apocalyptic’ ‘three fifty-one’
in between two gulfs
fire started, fire started, huge explosion
9.. 10.. now.. US
these attacks lead to war.” – Spirits Voice
At one point during the conversation I had a visual of a large crowd of Arab dressed individuals running in the same direction.
Also this very old prediction is looking more and more possible:
Prediction 4: Iraq Splits In Two Because of continued upheaval within Iraq the public and leaders will come together to make the bold decision of splitting the nation into two separate nations. They will draw the line cautiously to ensure equal/fair economic stability. Several other nations will voice their fears with such a move, but over time calm will come out of it.
In other news, nothing happened on the 4th except a fire that burned a minor league baseball field, it’s my blunder in assuming that since they mentioned July and fireworks I assumed it would be related to the US Independence Day, I have to constantly remember to stop adding my own opinions and let the message speak for itself. Here is a news site for the baseball field fire: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2120713-minor-league-baseball-teams-fireworks-causes-fire-at-stadium?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=editorial&hpt=hp_t2