Pittsburgh Shooting

This horrible prediction has happened. Please pray for all those in Pennsylvania.

They mentioned Washington in regards to the “burned” man, but there are no ties to Washington in this horrific attack. On Predictions 10-25-18 0:00 – A prediction has run out of time. It seems like this is that event they counted down to.

Prediction: Mega Hurricane and Shooting Spree in October

Predictions 3-12-18

 Predictions 2-28-18

I had a visual of a medicine bottle lid, carved on the lid was the words “Natural born Killer” Spirit what happened to Pennsylvania prediction? I heard shots being fired, and people screaming then Spirit said ‘It’s still coming.

Mass shooting.. Washington.. (4).

His face burned.. with one eye.

727 marking the 27th.

The last part is most likely symbolic to someone who was burned in life, treated unfairly, and has a very narrow view.

In one of the comments someone asked what will Trumps legacy bring? How will he mold the US? I mentioned a few thoughts but Spirit is now correcting that with this message, however Spirit made it clear that this wasn’t Trumps fault, but a mixture of Trumps rhetoric, a complete incompetent congress, and a national conversation that lacks respect and decency on both sides all leading to this; “Hate rises.. racism flourishes.. violent attacks.. terror attacks committed from within.. all sides implode from the Neo Nazis.. to the extreme left.. never before has there been this level of upheaval and violence since the Jim Crow days.”

30 thoughts on “Pittsburgh Shooting

  1. I agree with you Eric, all the hate and viciousness on all sides is partly to blame for this violence. Mostly it’s the shooter’s fault, but I have no doubt the atmosphere in the country fermented it, and probably other events like it.

    I’ve read online comments from both conservatives and liberals who do nothing but rant and rave and insult each other, demonize the ‘other side’, and act like the only way out is by fighting with violence. It makes me sick.

    What’s worse is that all the hate and violence isn’t solely on the politicians’ hands. It’s also on the hands of every ordinary person who helped spread hate.

    Every single one of us, someday, will have to confront our role in what’s happening now. We’re all going to have to explain to later generations why so many people were hateful, why families and friends stopped talking, why rallies erupted into violence, why people on both sides got beaten, threatened, or harassed.

    Even those of us who’ve never name-called or injured anyone, we’ll still have to ask ourselves what else we could have done to try and unify people, to try and make things better.
    Someday we’ll all have to answer for what’s happening right now.

    There is no easy answer, no side can claim innocence.
    Everyone who’s ever called the other side a cruel name, anyone’s who’s ever lobbed insults online, anyone who’s beaten up someone of another party, anyone who writes off “all” conservatives or liberals as enemies…..they’re adding to the hate and helping cause violence.

    I’m sorry if I sound mad, I’m just fed up with violence and murders of innocent people. I’m fed up with people automatically hating others based on party. Mostly, though, I’m disappointed in how divided we’ve gotten.

    Republican, Democrat, Independent, unaffiliated….we’re all human beings. We’re all scared for our country and want to fix it. We just have different ideas on how to tackle issues, and which issues should be tackled first. But we could work it out with communication and compromise.

    1. So true, Sara. I’m with you. We should all be accountable about what part each of us plays, whether it’s about politics, religion, ethnic, etc.

    2. Well said Sara! We all need to look into the mirror and ask ourselves if and how we either contribute to peaceful discussion or we provoke discord.

  2. Acts of anti-Semitic violence in the United States increased 57% between 2016 & 2017. The largest single year increase ever.

    I know, like Spirit said, that this isn’t Trump’s fault since hate has always existed, however Trump’s dehumanizing rhetoric ever since he started running for president is to blame for the rise in hate from both sides like we haven’t seen in decades.

    Also, just yesterday — after the bomber was caught — Trump was asked by reporters if maybe he should tone down his rhetoric and his response was ” maybe I should tone it up?”.

    1. They do acknowledge that trumps rhetoric is partially to blame, but conclude it’s the cruel divisiveness from all sides to blame for the dark tone, which leads to violence

      1. I agree. After the shooting today, Trump attended a rally and said that maybe he should tone down the rhetoric, yet he was met by a loud protest of disapproval from the crowd.

    1. Gabe, i looked up the meaning of those words. Beautifully sad. Watching the rabbi from Pittsburgh sing I cried. 💜 peace

  3. Hopefully after this some of our elected officials will stop pushing George Soros conspiracies. I know one politician had just posted something about Soros on Twitter and deleted it after this happened.

  4. Democrats lost their minds after Trunp won and so yes it is both sides. Deny it all you want.. but it is seen on any news station you watch. There is wrong on Both sides.

    1. I agree. I remember in 2008 how Republicans lost their minds after a black man with a Muslim-sounding name won.

  5. There was a prediction about october
    shooting spree that
    mentioned “mountain do”
    maybe this is relatred to the
    Mountain Dew
    tour of sponsored events. there is a ski
    event coming ip in december in
    colorado. also events in miami, san
    jose and i think long beach and near

  6. How much longer with this regime Eric??? Didn’t the spirits say something about December? 3 hate crimes in a week…… these are despicable times.

    1. I’m glad they came together that way. Hopefully the vigil will offer the victims’ families some comfort.

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