posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 12:28 AM
" An Edgar Casey Moment"
The Gulf War was a defining moment in my opinion for my ability to tell the future because I had the nerve to write it all down in front of a witness
and at that moment in time he was showing signs of being a nonbeliever in my premonitions which was a normal action for him to take.
I was working at a military base in Egypt and the time was March of 1990, I remember one morning waking up very nervous and wet with sweat and my
pulse was off the scale. I arrived at work at felt perplexed and so one of the coworkers (foreign national military officer) noticed and commented at
my appearance. I told him I was startled in my sleep from a dream and it made me feel very empty and sad inside. I told him of the dream and how I saw
so much destruction all around and that I was present in the midst of it all.
He asked me what I thought it all meant and then I proceeded to write it all down on a piece of paper. I saw in my dream of many soldiers fighting
and bombs being dropped as well as fighting aircraft overhead and here I was running and dodging all the while. I wrote on this piece of paper my
thoughts and it seemed to become more obvious to me after I started writing poring out more and more info.
I wrote that at least 13 International countries would be involved including America and it would happen in the middle east sometime in the next 6
months and I included Iraq as one of the countries with special notice of Saddam Hussein, but I did not put any emphasis on Saddam but that he was
involved, then we took the paper and opened one of the test stations and taped it on the inside wall.
Three months later I was told by my company to stop all work and return to the states because of the Gulf conflict. The officer and I didn't even
think about the piece of paper with my prediction, the next year on the 25th of February and the same day the war was over, I was asked to return to
complete my mission.
When I returned to the military base the officers and I started talking about the conflict then it came to me of the prediction, the officer and I
walked over to the test station and opened the door and by surprise the paper was still taped there, we took it out and it became apparent that I made
this prediction of the Gulf War, the officer at that moment made the statement that I was some sort of a prophet and that it was in my best interest
to keep it quiet, so I did. gwhint