Ontario School Stabbing

This prediction has happened. Please pray for the people of Canada. Spirit also implied this is ‘In 5’ reference.

Predictions 1-5-16   “15.. targeted.. lockdown”
“Charge!”
The implication was that someone might tackle a gunman, or attack the gunman directly. That is probably the football helmet reference.

The Facts: Teen faces 15 charges after multiple stabbings at Ontario high school.  PICKERING, Ont. – A 14-year-old girl who allegedly moved through the corridors of her high school brandishing knives and wounding both staff and students is now facing 15 criminal charges, police said Wednesday.

Police credited two staff members with thwarting any further attacks by wrestling the girl to the ground and holding her there until officers arrived.

“We’re giving kudos to the staff members that stopped this before it got worse,” Sgt. Bill Calder said after the incident. “They did the right thing.” Quoted by https://ca.news.yahoo.com/teen-faces-15-charges-multiple-stabbings-ontario-high-150454652.html?nhp=1

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Pennsylvania School Stabbing

This prediction has happened. Even though it has been summarized before I believe the repetition of 4 might represent a repetitious act. I also believe the larger 4 could represent April.

Notes on 2-26-14
4 then 44, they showed a very large 4 with a small one in the background.
“Monster.. spider.. man.. slices his victims.. butcher.. redemption..” I saw a dark figure holding a large knife or machete over his head.

World Predictions Glossary : Spider: The spider is used to describe the worst type of violent sinister act. It has been used to describe both terror attacks and school shootings.

The Facts on 4-9-14: Four school stabbing victims in critical condition; teen suspect charged as adult. Murrysville, Pennsylvania (CNN) — A teenage boy wielding two kitchen knives went on a stabbing rampage at his high school in Murrysville, Pennsylvania, early Wednesday, before being tackled by an assistant principal, authorities said. Quoted News:http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/09/justice/pennsylvania-school-stabbing/index.html