Elijah Cummings Has Passed

My heart pours out for our nation as this icon has passed. I believe the stone could be a symbolic reference to a historic figure as Elijah was a civil rights icon that worked with Martin Luther King Jr. The fact that it was in the Capitol could be literal or symbolic to him being a congressman. In my opinion he was an advocate for making things fair for all people and no matter what your politics a true icon for our US history. The prediction posted the day before:

WORLD PREDICTIONS 10-16-19 I had a visual of a casket with an American flag draped over it, the casket was sitting in what looked like the Capitol building.

There was either a stone structure or another casket in the background but I wasn’t entirely sure.

13 thoughts on “Elijah Cummings Has Passed”

  1. Prayers for Cummings’ family and friends in this tough time. I hope they’ll recover over time—as much as anyone can recover after losing a loved one, that is.

    1. It’s most likely a stone to represent an icon. As if to imply a statue in the making, perhaps in his home town. It would represent the level of importance to the person.

  2. Eric, flags are being flown at half staff for Elijah Cummings. Wasn’t that part of a previous N CA earthquake prediction? “Flags at half staff”.
    Also … what a great leader and individual he was. He will be greatly missed.😔
    Prayers for his family, friends and loved ones. 🙏🏻🌟

  3. My deepest condolences to the Cummins’ family.
    It saddened me to hear of the passing of such an honorable and respected man.

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