World Predictions 1-8-19

I had a visual of an old newspaper, then it shifted to show the headline of the newspaper that read “Terrorist” .

I had a visual I was looking down a city, then it showed a black fog sitting next to train tracks. “Train destruction.. 52.. such a horrible event” Then I saw the number 7 30

It sounds like a horrible train crash, 730 could be a reference to the end of the month like the 30th or it could be a message of an accident within a month. They implied Asia perhaps China. Spirit is back with implying terror attacks are about to happen. They also keep using the number 9.

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12 thoughts on “World Predictions 1-8-19”

  1. No spam or otherwise my side but I am using the duckduckgo browser, is 7 30 maybe referencing the time locally (rush hour)

  2. Hi Eric,
    I immediately thought of Atlanta, GA. We are hosting the SuperBowl. It’s #53. 7:30 I thought could be a time since the game is a late one on the east coast. Any impressions? I’ve dreamed of being on the train when it was blown up in another section of the track.

    Melissa

  3. Eric,
    Ref;;had a visual of an old newspaper, then it shifted to show the headline of the newspaper that read “Terrorist” .

    See.
    Philippines 🇵🇭
    Abu Sayaf….bombing.s .(2)

    Excerpt.
    MANILA (Reuters) – The Philippines vowed to destroy those behind twin bombings that killed 20 people during a Sunday church service in the country’s restive south, six days after a referendum on autonomy for the mainly Muslim region returned an overwhelming “yes” vote.

    The attack wounded 81 and was one of the deadliest in recent years in a region long plagued by instability. It came amid hope and excitement about the ratification of a devolution plan that aims to bring development, jobs and peace to one of Asia’s poorest and most volatile places.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-philippines-security/philippines-vows-to-crush-terrorists-after-church-bombs-kill-20-idUSKCN1PL02W?il=0

  4. Eric,
    Ref::had a visual I was looking down a city, then it showed a black fog sitting next to train tracks. “Train destruction.. 52.. such a horrible event” Then I saw the number 7 30

    See.
    Egypt 🇪🇬
    So far 20 killed..22 injured…
    An Egyptian state TV station says 20 people have been killed and 22 injured when a major fire erupted at the main train station in Cairo.

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/egypt-official-10-killed-in-fire-at-cairo-train-station

  5. Eric,
    Ref:::I had a visual of an old newspaper, then it shifted to show the headline of the newspaper that read “Terrorist” .

    See.
    Terror attack
    Nepal 🇳🇵
    Event details

    Terror Attack in Nepal on May 27 2019 03:13 AM (UTC).

    Four men died and seven were injured on Sunday in three separate explosions in Kathmandu, Nepali police said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but police said they suspect the involvement of a Maoist splinter group whose pamphlets were found in a house where one of the explosions took place. A powerful blast inside a shop killed three people and injured four, while the explosion at a home about four kilometers away left one dead and another injured. Two more were injured when an explosive they were carrying on a motorcycle on the outskirts of Kathmandu exploded. Security personnel also defused explosives in other areas. “We are investigating all incidents and have stepped up the security,” police spokesman Bishwa Raj Pokharel told AFP. Pokharel said that seven people have been arrested so far. The incidents come on the eve of a nationwide strike called by the same Maoist splinter group, protesting the death of their cadre in a police encounter over a week ago. Nepal has enjoyed a relatively peaceful environment since the end of a decade-long civil war which concluded with a peace deal struck in 2006. But some former guerrillas have broken away, accusing its leaders of betraying their original revolutionary ideals. In February, the group was implicated in an explosion that killed one person outside the office of a telecom company, Ncell, part of Malaysia-based Axiata Group Berhad. The government outlawed the group following the incident, banning their activities.

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