Iran Missile Test

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Notes on 8-23-13  “Iran will test their weapons without consent..  The world community voice outrage. ”

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36 thoughts on “Iran Missile Test

    • Are we supposed to keep allowing Iran to test these missiles when it’s against the deal? How many tests before they succeed and send one our way?

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      • Michelle, yes, it might happen….all of this is so scary…and I love my country..

    • Yes, the Iranian leader who ordered those tests certainly is provoking the international community, much like North Korea.

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  1. There were reports months ago that Iran was taking the billions of dollars poured into their country via a series of incredibly irresponsible, bad decisions and deals, and spending it on uranium.

    Not unexpected or surprising.

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  2. This doesn’t come as a surprise to me, although disturbing. It doesn’t seem though from any future predictions that we are headed to nuclear war. I’m a strong believer that we need to continue to resist where we are headed and build intentions that break down this cycle we are in.

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    • Yeah, nuclear weapons/missile testing scares me no matter which country does it…I wish the world didn’t have nukes.
      Well, unless we needed a few to destroy any incoming asteroids that pose a threat.

      That being said, every country is going overboard with having so many. If terrorists or apocalypse seekers got their hands on it…it’s just worrying.

      I hope we can break this cycle, too.

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  3. I think several countries do this when we have a new president, sort of like testing the waters. If I’m not mistaken, and I could be, North Korea did this when Obama became president.

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  4. Putin is testing Trump by starting up the fighting in the Ukraine. Trump has barely responded on that issue. It will be interesting to see what Trump does about Iran – Putin is currently supporting Iran, and might have even encouraged Iran to test the missile.

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  5. So the 8/23/13 prediction that references this event also references a massive bombing and major event. The Hollywood prediction references a bomb and a school and a cross. The 1/31/17 prediction references an attack on the US and something having to do with an elementary school and 23. 23 is the number of pairs of chromosomes we have and there is something called the 23 Enigma in which the belief is that most incidents and events are connected to the number 23. I didn’t know about this at the time but coincidentally, I was married to my husband for 23 years when he died. The 7/18/16 prediction that brings up the Hollywood prediction again from 12/30/15 also references a school hallway, George passing, Georgia, bombing and the number 18. I think we are looking for a US attack, maybe a building and a school incident, maybe a bombing somewhere in the southeast US…I hope not but I am praying for good to conquer evil. I can’t help but think the skyscraper could be something like Trump Plaza to reference the presidents house burning.

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    • Is the theory here one prediction is signaling timing of another shortly after? I do not want to believe the Super Bowl is a target but under that theory you pointing out Georgia if it’s actually part of the larger event prediction… Atlanta is in GA. So in all that theory you’ve got predictions about Georgia, Boston, New something (New England?), Britain/UK (could this be a New England ref also?), Texas, football… also the bridge prediction says “Around the anniversary” and the number 25. This will be the 50th anniversary Super Bowl played on 2/5 (25?) between Atlanta and New England in Houston. My own thought is that the Super Bowl itself may not be the target but this is what the whole country is focused on (so those references really are everywhere) when something happens, possibly the multi layer thing involving planes, bridge, etc. and it becomes a large part of the narrative and collective memory and that’s what is being inserted interspersed in the predictions? I would also say there have been a few things that make it sound like a large event that would live deeply in our collective consciousness afterwards… “September again” the use of 9 and 11, the flag falling, etc..

      I really hope I’m wrong and no way to know. Just what I’m seeing as a possible way this is all being communicated if you think there are bits and pieces all over these predictions and one smaller signaling the bigger coming.

      I will say this that gives me hope this is TOTALLY wrong though… I have really good football intuition – especially about the Falcons – and have been picking up results of this game since early Jan before playoffs even started (that it’s these two teams, the general nature of how the game plays out, and who wins).. I’ve been spot on with Falcons games this entire season (they are my team). Which makes me think an attack that day is less likely!

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      • I guess the stream of consciousness here is that one event is leading to another in the predictions. Some events seem to be changeable while others are not and we can only prepare for them so the might be mitigated. The question is which is which.

  6. This prediction was right on, but anyone with any kind of knowledge of world events could have predicted this. I wonder: what do the spirits say about Iran and our future with the Iranian government (notice I use the term “government” as versus people)? One day, the present government in Iran will fall. Nothing lasts forever. I pray for understanding and peace between all…

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      • Here it is:
        Previous prediction: Predictions 6-16-16
        “At a stadium.. the attack does the opposite of ‘terror’ because it unites the people.
        The French.. France.. it missed the journalist.. last week.
        Then.. the police will be attacked
        Then protect the Lou! Protect the Lou!
        Such a vicious cycle again and again.
        France, the UK, the US, all will be hit very soon” — Spirits VoicePrevious prediction: Predictions 6-16-16
        “At a stadium.. the attack does the opposite of ‘terror’ because it unites the people.
        The French.. France.. it missed the journalist.. last week.
        Then.. the police will be attacked
        Then protect the Lou! Protect the Lou!
        Such a vicious cycle again and again.
        France, the UK, the US, all will be hit very soon” — Spirits Voice

  7. Excuse my double post above, FYI not necessarily related to a specific prediction,
    Man Hurls Explosive Pyrotechnic Device Inside Crowded Pasadena Restaurant
    Published : Thursday, February 2, 2017 | 9:09 PM

    A man threw an explosive pyrotechnic device into the crowded Cheesecake Factory restaurant in Old Pasadena Thursday night, sending panicky diners streaming out the exits but causing no injuries, police and witnesses said.
    Pasadena Police Lt. Art Chute reported that at about 6:08 p.m. a man opened the main entrance doors to the Cheesecake Factory, located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Fair Oaks Avenue, and tossed inside what appeared to be a home-made pyrotechnic explosive device containing gunpowder.. . .
    Police said the suspect, whom they described as Hispanic or Middle Eastern in appearance, fled southbound on South Fair Oaks Avenue.
    The suspect was dressed in black, wore a black beanie and had a “robust beard,” Chute said.
    Chute said that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department bomb squad responded and rendered both the device and restaurant safe.
    The suspect remains at large. An investigation is underway and the restaurant was closed. KABC-TV reports that Pasadena police have contacted the FBI “as a precaution.”. . .
    http://www.pasadenanow.com/main/man-hurls-explosive-pyrotechnic-device-inside-crowded-pasadena-restaurant/#.WJSNsYWcH4g

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    • Yikes, that’s scary! I hope they catch the guy who did it before he tries anything else.
      Everyone near Pasadena, keep an eye out for anyone/anything suspicious.

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  8. Hi Eric

    Read this morning about French police stopping a machete weilding man in front of the LOURVE yelling Alla’s name. Could this be your Lourve prediction? Thankfully they stopped him before he killed somebody.

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  9. It comes as no surprise to me that Iran is doing this…they heard loud and clear that your new “president” (and I use that term loosely) thought the agreement was a “bad deal.” And today, he warned he’s “Not as nice as Obama.” (or as smart or classy or presidential, but…) So they’re going to assert themselves first. Not to get too political but watching this all unfold from outside the US, I don’t think you guys understand that how drastically world opinion has changed about your country and your policies in the last two weeks–and I think a lot of countries and groups are re-thinking how to deal with the new reality. As far as I can see, you’ve become an even bigger target and you’ll continue to be so until someone gets a leash on him.

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    • Joy, unfortunately we in the US are very aware and concerned about how the world is viewing us right now.
      Citizens are making their voices heard. Government officials can not even handle all of the thousands of calls, emails and faxes their are receiving. Many have had to hire more staff and some had their phone lines disconnected temporarily until they can manage all of the people wanting to be heard.
      The US citizens on both sides of the aisle are very engaged, most for the first time in their lives.
      To all of the outside world – the vast majority of the USA love people of all religions and nationalities, support peace. Please be patient with the process.

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      • I agree with 3dakota. As an American, I’m well aware that other countries have been disillusioned by the election. To them, all I can say is–so have we.

        Most Americans were unhappy with the election rhetoric and the divisive media attacks on all sides. Actually, I think a lot of Americans were so disgusted with politics they didn’t vote–they didn’t feel like it’d matter, since many didn’t like either candidate. Others, like me, voted for 3rd party candidates.

        For those of you outside the US, please remember that no matter who is elected president, they don’t always speak for the American people. Some elections, the people we have to choose between aren’t good. (I mean no offense to anyone who voted for either candidate, I just personally didn’t like them!)

        Most Americans support peace, justice, and coexistence. I wish I could somehow let everyone abroad see some of the good, down-to-earth people in this country; it’d put more minds at ease.

    • I live overseas and America has got a bad reputation now, in just a few short weeks. USA is seen as not to be trusted after the targeting and shaming of allies. It is a shame as I have many American friends on both sides of the political spectrum. Many are very concerned.

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    • Eric asked very recently for the divisive political commentary to stop. It serves no productive purpose here.

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  10. To clarify, I’m in Canada, we’re your neighbors, longest undefended border, all that. We don’t blame the American people, we don’t even blame most of his supporters, we think many of them were desperate for change, believed his snake oil pitch and got played. We’re frightened for you. We see your marches, we even hold our own in support. We’re doing what we can legally to help. But it’s not the American people who have access to the nuclear codes, they aren’t signing these ridiculous orders. One way or the other, a tyrant, surrounded by yes men, has assumed the most powerful position in the world and that has changed the way the world sees you and opens the door for the events Eric sees. You have to accept that he has put a bigger target on your backs and understand the consequences. My country and many others are basically holding their breath to see what happens next.

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    • Joy Parks,
      You have a point–if something bad happens, it won’t be ordinary people who’ll cause it, but bad leadership. That seems to be what happens a lot in history…ordinary people pay for their leaders’ mistakes.

      Joy, I’m really glad to know that Canadians care and support us–I’m always worried that, since the media focuses so much on bad stuff, people abroad might think the bad stuff is the way America is, and hence consider us bad.

      After 9/11, and I saw crowds cheering on TV, it hurt horribly to know other people felt like we got what we deserved. I was only 9 at the time, but I could still sense that was wrong.

      Anyway, it means A LOT to me that you, and other Canadians, care about us. For whatever it’s worth, we care for our northern neighbors too. (I hope someday to see Canada for myself, it sounds like a beautiful country.)

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  11. Trump provocated Iran… he has not been diplomatic and friendly.. to any direction…Obama made the peace deal.

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