Coronavirus Pandemic Dow Drops 2300

This prediction continues.

WORLD PREDICTIONS 9-19-19 I had a visual of both Europe and the US. “The economy will slide, down, down, down

WORLD PREDICTIONS 8-20-19 I had a visual of a red market arrow pointing down, down, down. 

Spirit is confirming an already existing prediction that the economy is going to have rough period. 

The previous prediction: 

“As the new elections close.. the US spirals out of control .. things go down hill fast and furious on multiple fronts.”

The implication at the center of this spiral was economic in nature

WORLD PREDICTIONS: CORONAVIRUS UPDATE In approximately 90 days the fury of the virus dwindles, falls.. becomes flat. ”“The economy begins to plummet”. To add clarity. I am expecting the economy to be the next major issueThe economic plummet is expected soon and has ties to the Coronavirus. 
The 90 days is tied to the Coronavirus outbreak but a separate message.

The original message that predicted the Coronavirus:

WORLD PREDICTIONS 10-6-19 I had a visual of China, in the eastern coastal region semi close to Taiwan, that was marked. On the map was the number 2

“An epidemic is coming that will move with such fury.” Then it shifted to show people in tents coughing.

I had a visual of a map showing an area between France and Spain in the more northern region. Then the area turned red, the red are grew outward, getting larger and larger.

Notes on 5-18-13
It’s starting.. Vietnam is closed.. walls and barriers..
I had a visual of a small bathroom with two doors next to each other on the right. The doors closed. Right of Vietnam is China, my guess is that Vietnam closes its borders to China. The bathroom could be a symbolic message of the reason, perhaps an epidemic

The coronavirus update that has not happened yet: WORLD PREDICTION: CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 2

35 thoughts on “Coronavirus Pandemic Dow Drops 2300”

  1. Yes Eric, you were quite right about the pandemic and its effects on the economy worldwide.
    Here are the latest stats from Italy, together with details of the national lockdown (the only democratic country in history to do this).
    This latest post also focuses on the impact of the deaths due to the disease – streetfuls of people are disappearing every day, even under this strict lockdown policy.
    Read about them and think how many could risk their lives under the UK’s “take it on the chin”/”herd immunity” strategy and President Trump’s laissez-faire attitude

    https://eurofree3.wordpress.com/2020/03/12/week-3-ii-sealed-in-italy-and-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

  2. The difference between the testing situation in the U.S. and South Korea: South Korea – like European countries and Canada – has universal, single-payer insurance, and that means it’s easier to mobilize and people also know what to do – that is, there’s pretty much one answer for how to get tested due to their healthcare system. The U.S. on the contrary is a patchwork of different systems and so you can’t say “Here’s exactly the steps every American should take in order to get tested.”

    And the other thing is that gov’t officials keep saying, “Americans should check in with their primary care physicians.” The issue with that is that 25% of the American people don’t have a primary care physician. And, even if you did have a primary care physician and called them, most would just say “Gosh. I really don’t know what to tell you.”

  3. Researchers in Texas developed a coronavirus vaccine in 2016 that could be adapted but didn’t have NIH funding to develop it.

    Meanwhile, the CDC budget is only 1.5% of our defense budget as we lag behind on testing.

    This raises serious questions about public health funding.

  4. Eric,SWC,
    Update✔️

    Dow loses early gain of 1,300 points amid reports of a national emergency declaration after Wall Street’s worst day since Black Monday in 1987

    🔷US stock indexes surged on Friday morning, making back some losses
    🔷Comes after Wall Street suffered biggest losses since 1987’s Black Monday
    🔷Trading halted for an unprecedented second time in a week on Thursday
    🔷Markets rebounded on prospects of a stimulus package deal in Congress

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8109201/Dow-futures-surge-1-100-points-hit-5-trading-ceiling.html?ito=email-19710345&utm_source=overlay_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=cc_newsflash&utm_content=news

  5. In the middle of a global #COVID19 pandemic, President Trump just announced during his speech on the WH lawn that we’re going to spend precious budget funds to buy . . . OIL!!! That was a wink and a nod to the stock market.

    Man, pandemics sure do expose how corrupted our system of governance is by corporations and the rich. You hate to see it.

    1. I agree, and it was really sickening when Pence told Trump “from the start, you’ve shown decisive leadership” about COVID-19…..I mean, Trump has been downplaying it for weeks, insisting “soon the cases will be zero” even when experts were pleading with people to take this seriously. He tried to make it sound like a ‘hoax’ to make him look bad.

      He even endangered his own supporters–I have no doubt many took their cues from him and thought the virus was ‘fake news’ at first. Many probably didn’t take the precautions they needed, and some of them could be infected now and not know it. Trump’s downplaying this emergency is indefensible.

      Plus, he was exposed to someone who later tested positive for the virus, but still hasn’t gotten tested yet! In that press conference, he was shaking hands all over the place, and I wanted to say, “You could be making them sick!” Trump has no excuse for not getting tested sooner, it’s endangering the people he works with.

      He’s shown poor leadership from the start of this, that’s for sure.

      1. Sara- its such a slippery slope. If you come to a screeching halt that impacts people too. So early on if you shut down everything then…..how do you say…receive critical medications? Bread and butter on table? You want production to stop because you might get a virus? Its easy to play Monday (night) quarterback when the horse is out of the barn. We are under the assumption we could contain this 100% from the get go. These are not easy decisions to make and we are all human. Fear invokes these type of responses in my opinion. Hearing lots of should of could of would ofs. Ask yourself….what would you do with the resources available? I’m banking on the 90 day prediction Eric! Wing and a prayer. When its said it done I never wanna hear the word Corona again. Lol.

        1. This isn’t about playing quarterback, it’s about poor leadership during a crisis. I’m not blaming him for the virus, that could have happened anytime, and I support the travel restrictions he’s put on China and Europe, but he still can’t lead: he didn’t take this seriously at first, not until it became obvious it wasn’t going away. He even scolded a CDC official back in February for warning about the coming epidemic.

          Worse, Trump outright lied to America. He repeatedly said the virus was a hoax, then he kept saying we were getting a handle on it when we obviously weren’t. He said we’d soon have zero cases, even as more and more people were being diagnosed. He said anyone could get a test, yet people with symptoms were being turned away. He called the Coronavirus’s death rate “a false number” just to make it seem less bad. It’s not a secret….he lied to Americans, he twisted the facts to make the virus seem like not a big deal.

          Here’s a link to a news article that explains better than I can: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/peter-wehner-trump-presidency-over/607969/

          There is absolutely no good reason for Trump not to have been tested for the virus when he came into contact with someone who later tested positive….he’s putting himself and others at risk if he was exposed to it, and that’s just plain reckless.

          As for your question, what would I do with those resources, this is my answer: I would have used them. I would have done what I could to educate people to the threat being posed; I wouldn’t have downplayed everything the doctors and scientists were saying. I wouldn’t have lied about the death rate, or told people ‘we’ll soon have zero cases’ when the number of infections was climbing.

          Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that Trump caused the virus. I think it would have come here, and caught anyone off guard, but Trump’s lying and fact-twisting about medical risks–medical risks–that’s wrong. He endangered people by downplaying it for as long as he did, and we’ll

          1. …ahh, I hit the wrong button! Anyway, “we’ll probably see even more cases because of that.”

            I hope not; I hope this clears up quickly. My Mom is one of the people most at risk, and Trump’s lies and distortions offer no comfort that he truly understands–or even tried to understand–this threat.

  6. Interesting in the prediction regarding Coronavirus that you say…”it falls…..becomes flat”. When referencing the bell curve of this virus experts keep saying we need to flatten the curve! That word……”flat” stands out.

        1. Yes, which reminds me of the pre-op appointment I had with my NP the other day. She said as the weather gets warmer it’ll be easier to manage it right now. But, when the weather cools, it will be coming back full force. She said the way Italy is now shut down…that’ll be us when it ramps up again. She was not fear-mongering. Simply stating how responsible we all need to be right now.

  7. I live in regional Queensland Australia and am two hour’s drive to my nearest major Mall in Bundaberg. I can’t afford the luxury of regular visits for general groceries, and so I shop on a ten to fourteen day cycle.

    There’s the possibility that an infected person in Brisbane, possibly just arrived in a direct flight from China, could easily be in Bundaberg on an inter city commuter jet within 24hours.
    The chance of me being infection is extremely low, and this should be the process we all adopt – not hoarding, but severely reducing our interaction with others in supermarkets etc by buying in bulk. The less people in public, the less chance of the infection spreading. Pete

  8. Hi Eric- you asked me for more information about my Tsunami premonition on the other thread but when I went back to post I couldn’t find it. Sorry it has taken a few days to respond.

    The one I found in my journal from a meditation says “A giant wave. Zeroes in and its like a wave going over on the map. It seems horrific but something about this feels like it will bring the entire world together in unity. There will be a miracle related to it too? I kept hearing the word ‘miracle’.” This was in Dec 2016. I know it was not my only premonition with Asian Tsunami imagery, but I will have to go back through journals to find the others.

    I am pretty sure this “tsunami” in Asia that’s bringing the world together is the coronavirus. In the same meditation I also got something about a virus (at the time I thought Zika because it was referenced with Brazil- however Brazil has been huge in this entire thing as related to Trump, and I also had references to Trump in the same meditation). I also got something about Hank (which I believe is Tom Hanks).

    Hope this helps. I’ll try to go through journals soon to see if I have detailed notes on other tsunami images. I remember I saw a woman who was in one of the Asian rice patty type of hats several times related to the tsunami also. And it always came through as effecting the whole world and the whole world praying.

  9. Yes media’s inference now that this virus is having a tsunami effect on the world, I’m wondering if this wasn’t the massive tsunami that Eric and other psychics, and yes I had a tsunami hitting a street called Wall = Wall Street … referred to.

  10. “So people are clear: that Q2 drop is worse than the worst quarter of the financial crisis. That’s horrifying.”

    “And even if GDP bounces back in Q3, jobs and wages take much longer to return. That economy won’t *feel* good in Q3, even if that bounceback is right.”

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ezraklein/status/1239562215067250688

    Best guess now for real GDP growth in 2020:

    Q1 +1.5%
    Q2 -10.0% (not a typo)
    Q3 +4.5%
    Q4 +5.0%

    The drop in real GDP in Q2 will rival Q1.1958 as the worst quarter since 1945.

    Only one quarter of negative growth, but NBER will likely declare that a recession given its depth.

  11. Hello eric logtime follower of your site i am trying to remain calm in these very chaotic times with that being said just trying to get some answers on this virus going around what do you see? Will it be around for long time does it get better where do we go from here what can be done thank you blessings to you god bless.

    1. The prediction holds onto this 90 day wave across the world. Then it starts to fall flat. I plan to ask for more details. But lets hold onto their original message that this beast comes in fury but falls in a 3 month span.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.