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Web-bot Time Monks 1 for 3 so far?

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posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 06:02 PM
Maybethe Time-monks are 1 for 3. They predicted a rescue ay sea and two other events for today/ this weekend.

Pertinent extract from dispatch from issued Thursday:

"We have linguistics to support a combination of 3/three kinds of [unexpected guests] this weekend, and they are the following aspect/attribute sets: [weather related incident involving a rescue], an [assault/attack] which causes [communications (to) shred (internationally)], and last, but not least, an ['accident' (real or claimed)] which causes a [derailing]. This last may be in the political realm. However, please note that all 3/three of these [unwelcome guests] will be having their most impact at the [dying dollar party] currently involving the global 'financial system', and further that each in their own way, will contribute to the circumstances which manifest in very late November, and into/through December."

Sir Branson while technically was not "rescued" for sea, earlier news reports led you to believe he was not on the boat as it escapes 40' high seas, headed to bermuda.

So like most predictions, close but just off a little? What about the other two? I'm still communicating and no derailment as of yet.

So if a train derails somewhere in the world and a tanker rips out the undersea fiber line to India again...did they get it right or close to right?

posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 06:48 PM
That was predicted for the weekend of 11 october, bit late.

It was something that only recently popped up in their modelspace, so they admit it wouldn't be perfect. However the Jorg Haider ( politicus ) accident was predicted I guess. The rescues could have been the california fires.

Haider and the time monks:

posted on Oct, 24 2008 @ 07:37 PM
four fisherman were rescued at sea in Alaska yesterday after their fishing boat sank and 4 still missing

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