This prediction continues to unfold. When I was looking down from the sky seeing the entire town under water I could not believe it, and yet the reality has arrived in the most horrible way. My heart pours out to all those affected by this tragedy. I believe the 4 might be the multiple locations affected by this epic flooding.
World Predictions 4-17-19 The Mississippi river will flood.. the homes around the area extensively damaged.
World Predictions 4-20-19 I had a visual of the south US, Alabama, Mississippi, and surrounding locations. I was looking down from high in the sky at a town that was entirely under water. Then it shifted to show the number 4
This prediction has happened. I have to assume that the Spirits meant to say Levees not a damn.
Predictions on 12-29-15 They talked about a damn breaking or failing to work creating a huge flood.
(They implied the south US perhaps Mississippi)
EUREKA, Mo., Jan. 2 (UPI) — St. Louis, Mo., can finally clean up after historic floods as the swollen Mississippi river surges downstream, carrying with it the risk of more flooding in rural Missouri and Illinois.
NBC News reported a total of 11 levees failed after ten inches of rain pounded the state over a three day period. Roughly 150 homes were underwater in Arnold, Mo., on Friday. Quoted by: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2016/01/02/Mississippi-river-flood-surge-moves-South/2511451774119/
This Prediction has happened:
5: Coming Predictions Posted Jan 8th 2013
There will be extensive flooding and damage in Ohio in March, perhaps the second half of March. The view of this prediction showed a vehicle half under water to represent how bad the flooding really was.
Notes on 03-15-13
Written: ’716,719, 725-29′, These represent marked dates 16th, 19th, and an open timeframe somewhere in the range of the 25-29
The Facts: “March 17th, 2013 Another wet weekend has some Midwestern rivers rising, creating flooding that is an ironic end to a winter spent fretting about drought. The Mississippi was approaching flood stage at several spots south of St. Louis to Cairo, Illinois, where it joins with the Ohio River.” Quoted News: http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/abc5f048e03248a189128c65b85b5755/MO–Midwest-Flooding
Comments: It’s not Ohio but the Ohio River of the Midwest. Its unclear when this storm started but both the 16h and 19th are close to the timeframe. I would strongly encourage you to take a look at the picture on “Quoted News” the car is an interesting footnote as you read the original prediction.