Predictions 7-17-17

The Russians will hack yet again.

The implication was very soon.

Whether related or not I had multiple visuals of power outages.

Some of them seemed like they could come out of the north-east US.

Spirit where is the earthquake on the 21st? I had a visual I was standing in the middle of the ocean without any land in sight. “The message.. February”

That implies a Tsunami, we have two old predictions about Tsunamis ironically both have ties to February, I need to get clarity and soon:  Predictions 2-13-17  &  Notes on 2-23-15

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55 thoughts on “Predictions 7-17-17

  1. So, are you saying that the earthquake that had seemed to be coming shortly (21st of July?) is actually not going to happen until February, or do you think it is two different earthquakes?

    I don’t claim to be psychic, but I have had numerous premonitions during my life that come true, very explicitly so. The problem is that I have probably had more that don’t seem to come true. There was a time I would have earthquake premonitions (nothing specific, just that an earthquake would happen), and within a few days of the premonition there would be a big quake somewhere, but never near me. In fact, I never had a premonition for any of the the few minor earthquakes (3.0-5.5) that hit within a few hundred miles of me. Anyway, I hadn’t really had an earthquake premonition in more than a decade, but I have been having them for the last few months, as if there was going to be a really big one somewhere. This is why the 21st date really interests me.

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    • I am sorry for the confusion. Back in December we predicted a destructive tsunami that would affect Sri Lanka and Indonesia, the prediction made it seem like it would unfold in February, it did not, however both places had heavy rain. Spirit is bringing that message back to light.

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    • There is second possibility, in February of 2015 we predicted a tsunami for Latin America, it happened but nothing like they said it would, much smaller, they might be saying that is coming. Bottom line an old prediction is about to happen. A prediction that has ties to February

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  2. Eric on 12/27/16…”A massive earthquake Sri Lanka”, you mention that the Spirits bring up February and how it is odd for them to go that far out. In another prediction you relate Sri Lanka with a tsunami wave. Could this be related to your “February” in this recent prediction?

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      • Eric, yesterday, there was a huge blackout for Verizon services in the Northeastern USA – land line phones were not working. Officials said a tower fell, or some sort of accident like that. I wonder if that reason given was true. Hope it wasn’t due to hacking. Many were without service.

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  4. State department emails were “hacked” and posted this evening. I say “hacked” because some personal emails between family members are missing or have addresses blacked out. Looking more like a leak to me.
    The emails are in regard to the Trump JR Russia meeting. A lot of info is adding up and it looks like Trump JR was set up. It is a very tangled web that is falling apart. No idea where this will lead but it is interesting.

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  5. Russian hack in northeast reminds me of the power outage prediction in the northeast that said the elderly would be taken by the cold if not sheltered. In other news, in terms of the prediction about the U.S.’s support waning in the Middle East, just read how this administration is about to surpass Obama’s eight year civilian death toll in less than one year’s time.

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  8. Eric, SWC,
    Power outage..( not weather related) Grand Rapids
    Excerpt
    There’s a large power outage that includes much of the city of Grand Rapids, including the downtown and much of the northwest side of town. There are nearly 7,500 customers affected, including Art Prize. The outage means that many traffic lights are not working. Several radio stations are not broadcasting. I do not have a cause, but we know there’s a major voltage line that is out. We do not think the outage was weather related. The estimated time of restoration is 6:30 pm. They have delayed opening the doors to the Van Andel Arena for the Griffins game due to the power outage
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    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=CID-20171008-60111-USA

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  9. Eric, SWC,

    Power outages..Canada🇨🇦

    Tens of thousands of people are still without power across southern and eastern Ontario, including some 6,000 Toronto Hydro customers as heavy winds downed trees and left pockets of darkness across the city. Toronto Hydro says some customers can expect to be without power until Monday as crews are dispatched to various parts of the city to make repairs. As of Sunday evening, over 28,000 Powerstream Inc. customers were without power in the GTA along with 37,000 Hydro One customers, with Newmarket, Peterborough, among some the most severely affected. Many of those customers will be without power overnight, said Hydro One, with restoration expected to take approximately 24-48 hours. “There is significant damage to the distribution system,” the utility said Sunday, adding that a province-wide “coordinated restoration effort is underway.” Toronto Fire reported that it responded to at least 46 weather-related calls Sunday, primarily reports of downed wires and one incident of a hydro pole on fire, Capt. Adrian Ratushniak told CBC Toronto. For much of Sunday, Toronto was under a special weather statement, with Environment Canada calling for winds of 70 to 80 km/h, along with occasional gusts of up to 90 km/h. The winds have since diminished but temperatures in Toronto are forecasted to drop to 7 C overnight.

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=CID-20171016-60226-CAN

    Side note… north of Montreal too

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  10. Eric, SWC,
    Power outage Washington…PNW
    Gusty winds knocked out power to thousands of customers across Western Washington on Tuesday morning as the first in a series of storms took aim at the Pacific Northwest. Puget Sound Energy reported more than 10,000 without electricity as of mid-morning in Bellingham, Clinton, Concrete, Lynden, Poulsbo, Sedro-Woolley, Bainbridge Island and several other communities. In Snohomish County, about 2,500 customers lost electrical service in Everett, Arlington, Oso, Lake Stevens and Darrington. Power was restored to all but about 720 customers as of mid-morning. A second power outage briefly knocked out about 1,800 customers in Edmonds. About 3,500 homes lost power earlier on Whidbey Island after a transformer blew. Electrical service there was mostly restored by 9:45 a.m. In Seattle, more than 100 homes lost power on Beacon Hill. Power lines also were reported to be down in north Kitsap County near Hansville. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts of 40 mph or higher in some locations earlier Tuesday morning, such as Port Angeles (49) mph, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (47-mph peak gust), Ferndale (47-mph gust) and Paine Field in Everett (41-mph gust).
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    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=CID-20171017-60251-USA

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  11. Eric, SWC,

    11/3/17. Update on power outages..( per Boston Globe)
    More than 100,000 customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine are still without power, five days after the storm caused damage in the region. As of 6:32 a.m., 1,753 Mass. residents were still without power.

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  12. Eric,SWC,

    Power Outages.–New Zealand..

    A severe storm swept through New Zealand late Tuesday into Wednesday, November 8, 2017, leaving much of the South Island without power. Wind gusts reached 154 km/h (95 mph), maximum hourly rainfall 33 mm (1.29 inches) and snow was reported even at low elevations.

    The storm front moved through the upper West Coast of the South Island, and to some extent the east coast down to North Canterbury between about midnight and 03:30 local time, hitting the region with powerful winds, heavy rain and snow.

    https://watchers.news/2017/11/08/severe-storm-sweeps-through-new-zealand-causing-major-power-outages/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  13. SWC,
    Power outages. Idaho, Utah, Wyoming..
    Widespread power outages have been reported across much of southeastern Idaho. Rocky Mountain Power said there is a transmission outage which is affecting nine substations. That affects 8,996 customers across Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. About 4,745 of those are Idaho customers. It affects much of the following counties: Bear Lake, Rich, Lincoln and Uintah County. According to Rocky Mountain Power, the specific affected areas are: Garden City, St. Charles, Cokeville, Montpelier, Chapman, Randolph, Woodruff and Indian Creek. Rocky Mountain Power Crews are currently scouting the line and working on fixing the line. There is no estimated time for restoration yet.

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  14. SWC,
    Power outage..11/19/16
    More than 10,000 people were out of power in Beaufort County with a majority in Bluffton and Hilton Head Island, according to Palmetto Electric Cooperative’s website. Tray Hunter, company vice president, said at about 9:20 p.m. that everyone should have their power restored. Hunter said a transmission problem caused the outages. He said the company was able to bypass the issue to restore power. The cause of why the transmission stopped working is still unknown, Hunter said. He said it appears the problem originated from somewhere on Hilton Head Island.

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  15. Eric, SWC,
    Sudan 🇸🇩
    Power outage ..whole country..
    Critical Infrastructure Disruption in Sudan on January 22 2018 07:05 AM (UTC).

    A complete power blackout hit all Sudan’s states on Sunday, said the National Electricity Network Control Center. “A full shutdown of the network occurred at 6:50 p.m. local time (1650 GMT),” the center said in a statement. The center did not give reasons for the power outage, but said “operations are underway to restore the network and connect the electricity generating stations. The power will gradually be restored.” Sudan’s national electricity network suffers power outages from time to time. In May 2015, a technical fault on the carrying line between Khartoum and Merowe left the country in a complete blackout. In February 2017, most parts of Sudan experienced full electricity blackout due to a technical fault in the automatic protection system. The most recent complete power outage was on Jan. 10 this year.

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  17. Eric,
    Ref:::Whether related or not I had multiple visuals of power outages.

    Azerbaijan 🇦🇿 Massive power outage..
    See.
    Critical Infrastructure Disruption in Azerbaijan on July 03 2018 07:47 PM (UTC).

    A massive blackout hit Azerbaijan and affected most of the country Tuesday, the worst power outage since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union. President Ilham Aliyev set up a government commission to investigate the accident at a power plant in Mingechavir that officials said caused the blackout. The Emergencies Ministry said the breakdown of a transformer in Mingechavir sparked a fire that was put out in 20 minutes and did not cause any deaths. The blackout occurred as the Caspian Sea nation experiences a heat wave, with temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) causing power consumption to spike. The outage plunged the capital, Baku, and nearly 40 other cities and regions into darkness. Officials said power was restored in Baku after several hours, but several subway stations in the capital were closed. Utility crews struggled through the day to restore power in other regions. On Tuesday evening, Baku and other regions suffered a second blackout. Officials wouldn’t immediately name the cause.

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