if i am thinking of the same fella, he said a nuclear explosion on the korean peninsula. and some sort of a space craft forced down to earth by a
meteor i do believe. so, unless the north nukes the south, i believe we are good.
ummm, where is the proof that north korea is about to do anything ever? they don't feel like they owe us a warning before they do things, but our
satellites have picked up increased activity at a launch site, so there is a strong belief that they will launch something soon. probably another
weather satellite that will fall into the ocean.
Um, his "Killshot" vision was referred to when he made his 2012 prediction video on solar flares. The killshot he referred to is a solar storm that
would be stronger than the Carrington Event. I have the original video (he sent it to me for free after I heard him on a radio show).
Not sure where this N. Korea stuff got into it ???
FWIW the solar "Killshot" was supposed to have already happened by now (I think he said July or August 2012 a series of devastating solar flares
would hit Earth).
I've watched the Ed Dames videos quite a few times. He says there is a nuclear explosion in North Korea that catches everyone off guard and it's
followed by the "Shot Across the Bow" which I believe is the spacecraft being forced to land due to an asteroid or something.
I've also read that he likes to change his predictions. I haven't a clue, only heard about him and his Killshot sequence about two years ago.
For those who are unaquainted with Ed Dames claims, I found this-
He talked of many events... the "shot across the bow" he thinks was a huge solar flare that happened just a few days after he spoke of it on the Coast
to Coast show. This was supposed to be one of many "precursor" events that he and his team saw.
Another one is supposed to be a nuclear explosion by Korea, and a shuttle-like craft forced down by a meteor shower or something. These two are the
last marker events seen before the big "Kill Shot" ( I can't help smiling a little each time I write that, it sounds so sensationalized! ). He has
always explained that the nature of remote viewing makes dates virtually impossible to determine though. They just can try to view sequences of
I admit I find this interesting. The guy seems to have pretty accurate credentials.
Somewhere aroudn the year 2000, in the midst of a period of paranormal type visions, I recieved messages of some sort of upcoming turmoil. We chose to
follow the advice of the messages, which told us to go live high in the mountains, where we'd have a water source and gather all we would need to
survive without electricity or outside aid.
I know it sounds stupid, but at the same time events just seemed to work out so that this was possible for us and we did. But what I was picking up
seems much like what he talks about.
Won't make any sensationalist claims or beliefs, only saying...hmmm interesting.......
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Ed Dames is a fraud. He has nothing but endless failures and no wonder RV is a hoax.
RV was given more than enough time by the government, It was eventually thrown out because it was worthless. So now the frauds are out in the public
sector scoring money from the gullible and those that are easily deluded into thinking they too can do it.
The kill shot claims have been failures. Do a little research and find the other numerous failures of RV. You will soon learn that most of the other
RV frauds distance themselves from Dames due to his best ability which is to be loud about being wrong.
But still, its interesting because i also saw something in a guided mediation in 2011 that looked like some kind of killshot. I wonder why i saw it...
Maybe something will happen, but i dont really care, i live life as if i will die of old age.
Psychics occasionally gain publicity by a hit. Mostly if you make enough vague statements you will get something
Didn't NK supposedly set off a very small nuke? Wouldn't that sort of fulfill his prediction?
That's how RV "works." You make a statement and then shoehorn anything imaginable into it. Here is a nonexistent event involving something other
than the shuttle program and its a fit ... right.
I remember this one RV practitioner that was trying to say that a tornado was well described by the words, "rhythmic and melodic." I think the
person actually believed the odd words coming out of his mouth.
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