Venezuela Blackout

All of these predictions are unfolding. We stand with you Venezuela in your great time of crisis. My heart pours out to all of you.

There is still one prediction that hasn’t happened yet: World Predictions 2-18-19

Next for Venezuela   “War is brewing.. South America in discord.”   “That fool of a leader in Venezuela is unwilling to curve his direction.. they will demand is removal.. there is a united front to oust the Venezuelan president.. war is brewing.” — Spirits Voice

Predictions 6-13-17   I had a visual of cars turned on their side, fires burning in the background. It looked like anarchy.   Venezuela protest turns to riots on the streets, extremely violent.. power turned off and on like rolling black outs.

World Predictions 12-28-18 I had a visual of people in vehicles trying to drive in complete darkness, causing a traffic jam. The view looked like Mexico, but it could also be another latin location. A blackout of the city was underway.

21 thoughts on “Venezuela Blackout

  1. Venezuela : The Water has turned “black” in one town. Their drinking water is “black”. Oil has reached their drinking water. Reports say to do with a local factory.

  2. Hi Eric- happening now- massive shootout at a mosque in Christchurch New Zealand. Injured and possible deaths.

    1. The Christchurch shooter put a Sonnenrad on his body armor, a well known neo Nazi symbol.

      1. He wrote about ‘the Great Replacement’, a white genocide conspiracy theory. The media he was consuming and reading was literally written on his gun. One of the last things the shooter said before beginning his rampage: “Subscribe to Pewdiepie”.

  3. Eric two years ago I saw a vision of South America from a satellite point of view and saw a black arrow pointing to Venezuela, but I did not know which country it was at that time because none of the countries were mapped out. I had to Google to figure out. I saw it was Venezuela, and at that time had no idea anything was going on there of any importance. Then I saw in the news a little while later that things were actually really bad for the people there. I remember seeing the country in black.

  4. Two years ago I saw a vision , it was an aerial view of South America and a black arrow pointing to Venezuela. I didn’t know which country it was at the time, none of the countries were mapped out. I googled to figure it out. I had no idea then of anything bad going on in Venezuela back then, but I remember the vision so clearly.

  5. Eric,SWC,
    91% of internet connections out..
    (Bloomberg) — Another massive, nationwide blackout struck Venezuela early Wednesday just as service was gradually being restored from two days of intermittent service.

    The extent of the outage can be seen in this chart provided by, which tracks Internet disruptions and shutdowns in different countries and has become widely used in Venezuela amid the lack of official information being provided by the regime of Nicolas Maduro. The group calculates that 91 percent of Venezuela has lost connection to Internet, a low only eclipsed earlier this month in the depths of a week-long blackout.

    Maduro and his government have insisted that the electrical problems are a product of sabotage and sophisticated attacks by the U.S. and local opposition while industry experts and critics point more to a lack of investment and maintenance. Schools are closed for a second day and the government has told workers to stay home.

  6. Eric,SWC,
    Venezuelans storm border..
    Venezuelans desperate for food and services stormed the Colombian border on Tuesday, while Bogota indirectly warned Russia against a military deployment in support of Venezuela’s embattled president, Nicolas Maduro.

    Parliament speaker Juan Guaido, whom dozens of countries have recognized as the country’s interim president, is trying to persuade the public sector and the army to support his attempt to oust Maduro, who won a second term in a contested election last year.

    The country has plunged into an economic crisis and some citizens have had to make difficult decisions.

  7. Eric,SWC,
    Venezuela 🇻🇪
    Another blackout…

    CARACAS, July 22 (Reuters) – More than half of Venezuela’s 23 states lost power on Monday, according to Reuters witnesses and reports on social media, a blackout the government blamed on an “electromagnetic attack.”

    It was the first blackout to include the capital, Caracas, since March, when the government blamed the opposition and United States for a series of power outages that left millions of people without running water and telecommunications.

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