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WEB BOT predictions TODAY! Listen on RENSE.COM.. Very scary!

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posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 12:31 AM
reply to post by Karma_Chameleon

From the ones I've listened to in the past, he seems somber and depressed. He sounds cheerier in the others. I have a feeling (IMO) that the PTB sent some guys in black suits and told him to stay quiet.

Anyone want the report? I have it in PDF format...
U2U your email...

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 12:41 AM

Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
reply to post by bestideayet

The web bot thing is stupid. Who would of thought that if you search the web for common themes right now you would come up with those two topics????

I don't know why people put any credit into these predictions. How many have been accurate BEFORE an event has happened?

LOTS of the web bot predictions have been accurate. If you understood how their predictions worked, you would know that. They aren't precise, and rarely do they give an exact date. But when they are on, they are dead ON. (i.e. 9/11, the crash of 2008, etc...)

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 12:43 AM
reply to post by bestideayet

Where is the increase in earthquake activity?
Where are the new lands being formed?
Where is the sea level rising?

The only think that has any sort of loose relation the the oil spill is the "noteworthy coastal event" unfortunately it goes on to state "over much of the planet.

Now I know that to most Americans something happening to them really means the whole world. really isn't.

We have a long way to go before this oil spill covers much of the planet.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 01:20 AM

people who believe these stuff just are clueless

this is called charlatanism

end of discussion

more amazing is people saying, well, most of the MISTAKES are misinterpretations, I mean, come on, if you want to find something in a bunch of words, I assure you, you can ... so, stop

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 01:25 AM
can someone mirror it ?
thank you

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 01:56 AM
reply to post by reassor

Beat me to it, in anything if you could predict with any accuracy 50%+ I would consider that quite the achievement and Vegas would ban you. Not completely sucked into this stuff but it sure seems worth listing too????

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 02:10 AM
Lets take a few examples of the bots being dead on and you tell me how they can prdict these so accuratly..

Lets take a recent one that is fresh in your mind.. the may 6th 2009, the 1000 point crash.. and bounce of the markets.. 2 days before this happened on (its mainly about the markets and is the co worker working on the bots) they said watch on the 6th , well get a very notable yet fairly uneventfull event, they noted it will be a preview of whats to come in the future.. the future has not happened yet but they nailed that event.

So could you or anyone have predicted a major oddity like this happening to the day???

Also lets take the global economy tanking.. they actually predicted this down to the hour.. once the date got closer.. but predicted it many months out, I stayed up waiting for the time they released, to happen.. they were with in 30 minutes of the news reports of the iceland government announcing they were broke and the banks in europe going wacko etc. Then that week is the week the US market tanked.

I found a thread here relating to this prediction here:

And here is the wiki on icelands crash: is

The US stockmarket followed:

Now Honestly, I would not believe this stuff if I didn't follow it then, and see these prediction come to fruition in front of my very eyes.. sorry it still gives me shivers to remember the feeling of seeing all that crap unfold in front of me the week of October 6th 2008. I knew about it before it happened.. and it fricken happened!

They arn't always right.. I agree, And often they will predict something that may not directly effect you that does happen, like the 2004 tsunami for instance, they predicted that they said 300k would die.. they were off by about 60k deaths, but why not at least pay attention and at least get a heads up to what may happen.. and when they are dead on its unreal how dead on they are. These dead on predictions are far far better than chance..

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 02:18 AM
FYI.. Also had to add, I never buy there reports I just get the info from them from radio interviews and youtube videos that people make about them.. and urban i read often, all the good stuff is there free.. these guys arn't cheating any one, there doing real work and publishing there results, for free and for pay..

If they were in it all for money they would not talk about there prediction freely on radio interviews etc..

Also I have been given there reports and the stuff they release is the main stuff in the reports, and actually there radio interviews are usually easier to understand than the reports..

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 02:20 AM

Originally posted by bestideayet
reply to post by OutKast Searcher

From what I have read, LOTS....

Future predictions

* July 8th, 2010 - The web bot predicts building of tension language, leading to the events of November 11th.

* November 11th, 2010 - The web bot warns of a big tipping point possibly World War III

* Major catastrophe in 2012 - The Web Bot has gained most of its notoriety for contributing to the 2012 phenomenon by predicting that a cataclysm will devastate the planet in the year 2012, possibly a reversing of Earth's magnetic poles or a small series of nuclear attacks leading up to a major attack during the year. The prediction does not necessarily call for a complete end of the world.[14][15][16][17]

Awesome news.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 02:54 AM
Even if the bots are wrong once and a while, I still just bough 10 more oz of silver..

Whats the risk.. ??

if they are wrong I have $200 FRN's worth of silver that will curb any inflation, since its a commodity..

If they are correct I'll have $6000 FRNs..

I'm not a gambling man but if you got a stock tip that could give you a 500% return and cost you 200 bucks, and the risk of it going down was historically very very very very low.. would you take that bet??

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 03:04 AM

Originally posted by bestideayet
Do you all think the web bot predicts correctly? if so... WOW... very scary stuff, November is a tipping point this year.....

I neither believe nor disbelieve, and I haven't listened to your link. But you mention November as a tipping point, and I find it excruciatingly interesting that Timewave Zero predicts a huge novelty valley in November:

Make of it all what you will...

[edit on 6/25/10 by silent thunder]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:57 AM
reply to post by E-ville

thanks for your nice explanations.
i once heard a description (maybe it was cliff don't remember) of events in time causing 'shock waves' or ripples in time in both directions. the larger the event, the larger and longer lasting the ripples, like large and small stones dropped into water. for instance, nine eleven is still frequently remembered due to its impact, it made large waves, which were detectable as far into the time preceding the event as they were or are after.

that, to me, is a nice visualistation of how the web bot works. presupposes a little alternative understanding of the nature of time. i experience 'banal' premonitions on a daily basis, so i don't find it any stretch of the imagination.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 05:40 AM

Originally posted by bestideayet
reply to post by GBP/JPY

Which link? It works for me....

it works for me too..
it's just that the message is from November 2009...

there has since been monthly ALTA reports, that would make about 6 newer reports issued to paid members since this dated public presentation.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:07 AM
For the People who say this link does not work....

I thought the same until I just waited patiently, You will get a blank screen and you have to wait until download in complete.

The link works just be patient.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:44 AM
For me I believe the webbot is evolution step one of what Teilard de Chardin called the noosphere. For Teilhard, the noosphere emerges through and is constituted by the interaction of human minds. The noosphere has grown in step with the organization of the human mass in relation to itself as it populates the earth. As mankind organizes itself in more complex social networks, the higher the noosphere will grow in awareness. This is an extension of Teilhard's Law of Complexity/Consciousness, the law describing the nature of evolution in the universe. Teilhard argued that the noosphere is growing towards an even greater integration and unification, culminating in the Omega point, which he saw as the goal of history. The goal of history, then, is an apex of thought/consciousness. Which is also very similar to the time wave zero theory.

This is what the webbot is really doing, interpreting and analysisng our social networks across the web as our prefered medium of communication. As complexity expands so do the possible outcomes, making prophecy even harder, but as it goes webbot is as good as we have and is a fasinating concept.

Sad Cliff did not have his usual exubarance, regardless of whether you buy into the webbot or not Cliff is a fantastic orator a great bloke and a not a money making charlatan like Major Ed (stop spamming me) Dames .

[edit on 6/25/2010 by queuepolitely]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 07:18 AM
webbot is not making predictions. it is a form of statistical analysis of what the topics and terms used by internet users. predictions are made based on these results. so if we all talktype crap the outcome will be crap.

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posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 07:28 AM
one point that was made is that as soon as an evac occures or is announced, the collapse in property values will trigger the related derivitive crash instantly

so .....

don't expect to be told the accurate conditions re off gas,
or any info which might cause a stampede

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:43 AM
To all who are interested, there is a free copy of the 2010/2011 web-bot prediction analysis at Jeff Rense's web-site.


To all of those who paid the ten bucks for this info..........................try to look at it as a pay preview UFC fight and you paid to see it before everyone else.

No big deal.

Am I right?

- KC

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:49 AM
Anything that predicts the end of massive amounts of life, yet you have to pay to read the report gets a big
from me.

Wouldn't a person just want to.. ya know.. give people a heads up and not worry about making a profit off of such news?

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:55 AM
Whats really scary is that people think sites wikipedia are reliable sources of information.

All I can say is if you can come up with some like webbot it will probably make you a lot of money. There does seem to be enough mugs on sites like this who really think the future can be predicted.

There is actually people on this site right now that believe some of these systems have predicted the future. They will provide you with proof , internet based of course, that backs up their theories. These poor souls believe that all the crackpot sites are real.

Its disturbing to see how obsessed some people will get throwing crackpot stories at you as proof to back up their own crackpot theories. Its a real vicious circle.

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