Notes on 10-30-14

“She is here.”
Who I asked
“The monster in the sea, like Anna, like Sandy” Spirits Voice

I had a visual of the map of Mexico, then it switched and there was a mountain in the background of the area they showed. A sulfur black cloud blanketed the sky. You could hear very angry upset screaming.

Eric’s Comments: Spirit is implying that a massive storm is forming, and from previous predictions they have to be talking about the Florida Hurricane, but nothing on the east coast has formed that I know of.

The black cloud is a familiar symbol. It represents something evil and dark, it was used when Syria’s president Al Assad used chemical warfare on his own people. It was also used symbolically  when Gaddafi’s soldiers tortured and raped the women of the Libyan rebels. It represents an unspeakable act, overwhelmingly egregious. We plan to ask for more details.

We are working to get more details on the Philippines flooding with a focus on what areas will be hit the hardest.  They also mentioned another mass shooting involving children. That might be related to the half mast flag and/or the Chicago prediction. I want to gather as many details on both before posting it.

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19 thoughts on “Notes on 10-30-14

  1. Eric there is an Invest 95L in the Atlantic, still watching where it will go. Also Tropical Storm Vance in the Pacific, heading over Mexico. If you click on the storm you can see the projected paths by numerous models etc. There is a model, “NAM”, for 95L, which shows it heading straight east basically.
    http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/

    Sulfur sounds like a volcano to me. But the angry upset screaming would point to maybe ISIS/Syria and chemical attacks. Perhaps the previous warning for Turkey? I wonder are there chemical weapons that smell like sulfur. I guess though it could also be symbolic like you said.

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  2. Just thought of this since they have said, “She is here”, unless the Spirits are speaking of “Mother nature”…The next female name for a hurricane would be “Josephine”. Isaias (which I would think of as a male name), is before that, so next, and after Hannah. If anyone knows any different please feel free to correct me.

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    • Most of the time Hurricanes are named as a she: Sandy, Irene, Hannah, Anna, etc. I think just from someone looking from the outside – in Spirit just assumes we refer to Hurricanes as a female. It’s the similar mentality of calling Canada ‘the place of leaves’ because of their flag. They don’t always understand the why we do things, but do notice the trends we have and roll with it.

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    • Jules, interesting possibility with the name, “Isais” – too close to ISIS. Eric’s positing that the black cloud is indicative of evil acts like those of Gaddfi could lead to the symbolic dark acts of Isis. Just a thought.

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  3. I live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida …My feeling is that the Pacific storm forming off Mexico and the tropical disturbance in the Caribbean will merge and become one massive force…
    Eric your previous posts about this prediction mentioned pumpkins in the window when the storm forms/hits… Many homes have pumpkins in the window… so maybe 10-12 days from now??

    here is a link to hurricane central from The Weather Channel

    http://www.weather.com/weather/hurricanecentral/

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  4. Hi Eric,

    I’ve been following this blog for almost a year now and I must say it is fantastic what you do.

    This is now my first comment and it is regarding Mexico. I think it might have something to do with the missing students they are now searching for.

    Keep up the good work!
    Greetings from Holland.

    P.S: hope that storm prediction does not come to pass. Stay save.

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    • “An explosive storm surpassing the intensity of 2012’s Superstorm Sandy is expected to reach Alaska’s western Aleutian Islands over the weekend and bring unseasonably frigid temperatures to much of the U.S. next week, weather forecasters said Thursday. What remains of Typhoon Nuri is moving northeast from off the Japanese coast and is mixing with cold air and the jet stream, which will give it the power to produce hurricane-force winds and waves 50 feet high. It could arrive late Friday or Saturday before weakening in the Bering Sea, the National Weather Service said.”

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