Singapore Summit

As the actual meeting approaches between Kim and Trump I wanted to repost this old prediction from last year, as it is about to ‘literally’ happen.

In other news I had a visual of a fire burning people. It seemed like an accident, in the visual it was pyrotechnical. But someone pointed out the number 3.

Predictions 8-30-17  I had a visual of a sudden shift with North Korea. Spirit showed a symbolic visual of Trump and Kim Jong-un sitting at a table about to talk. The visual was presented as cartoon figures, normally that means the message is symbolic not literal

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30 thoughts on “Singapore Summit

  1. Since it appears that the letter Kim and Trump signed this morning has very little actual substance, I think that the cartoon image spirit presented to you of the two of them probably related to the actual meeting and not to the message being symbolic. The meeting itself was a cartoon, staged to make it look like literal progress has been made when it hasn’t been. There is far less substance here than there was to either of the two “deals” Kim’s father agreed to in the late ’90s and early 2000s, both of which North Korea reneged on. Spirit showed the meeting as a cartoon because it is a cartoon.

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      • Also, in the days before the summit, cartoonists were creating political cartoons about it—one cartoon showed Trump and Kim Jong Un eating hamburgers together, so maybe the prediction is referring to that as well.

    • I 100% agree with Richard. I can’t foresee Kim agreeing to de-nuclearization. He will renig on this deal.

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    • Think maybe just signing their autographed in exchange? ? It’s a bit odd if signing their names as an agreement to meet in person. Hopefully they agreed not to release the nuclear bomb and stay in peace globally.

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  2. “Don’t build weapons that threaten the ones we continue to have and we will finally allow you to import enough food to feed people. Sign here.”

    — Quote from the U.S. denuclearization contract with North Korea.

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  3. I think Kim Jong Un is playing Trump…..I suspect that last year he was afraid of military intervention, so now he’s acting nice as a stalling tactic.
    It’s doubtful Kim Jong Un will really denuclearize or improve human rights.

    I hope I’m wrong, but I feel like Trump got played. I think he’s making the same mistake Obama did on Iran–trusting that a tyrant, who murders and oppresses his own people, will follow any agreement.

    One article mentioned Trump suggesting stopping the drills with South Korea–which seems like a huge concession for such a vague deal. It might even leave South Korea vulnerable.

    I don’t mean to act like a rain-cloud here, but I’m very dubious about this. Unless Kim Jong Un frees all the people in his concentration camps and stops oppressing them, we should be aware that he’s not trustworthy.

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    • It’s not so much that….it’s Kim Jong Un that I have no faith in. I don’t believe he’ll follow any agreement.

      It seems odd that he’d give up his nukes after working so hard to get them. He’s lived in a position of absolute power for years, and power corrupts people, and they don’t want to let go.

      I suspect Kim Jong Un is using the negotiations as a stalling tactic. I suspect he’s acting nice to avoid a military strike–which seemed likely last year.

      That said, I hope I’m wrong. I hope KJU really will adhere to the agreement, that he really will back off on his threats and give up his nukes. I hope Trump’s meeting will change things.
      More than that, I hope KJU frees all the people in his concentration camps.

      But I haven’t seen many examples in history where tyrants change. Anything is possible, but I don’t trust KJU. Not while he allows thousands of his people to suffer in camps, and not after he’s worked so hard to improve their nukes.

      The summit could be a start, but we need to be mindful of the man they’re talking to, how many threats he’s made, and how North Korea has broken promises in the past.

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      • The reason kim is talking is because his people are starving to death and north korea is literally one bad move from getting blown off the map

      • Again a lot of the opinions are based on the overall arching message the Spirits gave about NK. They predicted this meeting, I thought it was totally off the mark at the time, but they also clearly predicted a war with NK. Putting it off on a liberal bias when the message so far is consistent seems odd. Have you read the entire set of predictions? Because my ‘faith’ in how this plays out falls with the Spirits. If you can moderately assume this prediction is accurate, would you not assume the rest is?

    • Your missing the bigger picture of this site, Spirits message was very clear. A meeting would happen, (even I thought that was odd) China and the US would have discord, then a war break out with NK and the US. They even talked about how bloody it would be. So a lot of the opinions are based on their train of thought, not a liberal bias? I can only assume you haven’t seen the entire body of work??? If the Spirits are accurate with this meeting wouldn’t the rest of it have weight??

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      • THANK YOU Eric and Spirit! Like you Eric, my ‘faith’ always falls with Spirit and always will- Spirit is Always right! I have endless appreciation and gratitude for your Amazing accurate predictions and Thank You for this beautiful website! 🙂
        If Spirit is saying something, I am listening like my life depends on it!
        God Bless you Eric and Blessings for Spirit , I remain grateful for their sharing their knowledge and love with us all!

      • It really is amazing how accurate the spirits were–they predicted the talk between Trump and KJU last year, right when tensions were very high and insults were flying….I wasn’t sure if that would happen, it seemed so unlikely. But the talk happened.

        Whether it helps or not remains to be seen, but the spirits were right about the talks happening in the first place.

        I think Eric’s made other predictions about North Korea, but I don’t recall what they were and I can’t find them.

      • They talked about a bloody battle unfolding, not sure if its ships or planes but the first wave would suffer dearly but the overall war would be one by the US. It would unfold around the arrival of a new ‘leader’ which I assume means a new US president. So we have a good deal of time.. I think. The message ended with China taking a portion of the North Korea peninsula.

  4. This whole NK ‘peace’ thing has more questions that answers for me.
    Firstly, why would Kim build up a nuclear arsenal, and the rockets to carry them, at much expense to his country, simply to give them away to the ‘enemy’?
    Second, why did Kim approach SK’s Moon first, then travel to China for a meeting with Jinping, before meeting twice with both Moon and Jinping before planning a meeting with Trump?
    Third, what is NK actually getting out of this deal they signed yesterday?
    Fourth, why has the world press preferred to take the Trump side when making quotes or interviews? I have not seen ONE interview with Kim. Did he decline to be interviewed and if so where is there such a statement in world media. I’ve gone looking and I can’t find one.
    Eric, I think your cartoon message from Spirit says it all. Someone is fooling us, and I’m not too sure who that ‘someone’ is.

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  5. Pete, thank you for your explanation, I thought similar, what did Trump offer ?? but I believe, it is all orchestrated by China, what I don’t mind, China have said; be nice to the world, etc.etc., otherwise I will not give you food.
    In the past China exchanged food for coal, but China wants now a cleaner world, so no more coal, but NK need the food, so he had a meeting with Trump,
    I believe, in the future China grabs KJU and put an other leader in his place.

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    • Just checked my predictions from Spirit that I posted 3rd Jan this year. This is about half way down:
      “(China) will instigate action that will see North Korea’s leadership wondering if they have been abandoned by China.
      Kim Jong Un will be very active until later in the year when he will suddenly disappear. Later, China will ‘send help’ to assist the country in the absence of its leader, but many will speculate that China removed Kim and have taken control of North Korea.”
      https://petemediumspsychicteachings.wordpress.com/2018/01/03/2018-the-year-ahead/

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