Fulfilled Base 7 Events
Recent events that were repeats of past historical events, anticipated in advance
using the base 7 system (an understanding of the base 7 phenomenon).
If we believe in Prophecy, whether it is Biblical prophecy or prophecy made by recognized prophets (such as Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, Mother Shipton, Alois Irlmaier, the Fatima and Garabandal children, and others), then we must conclude that many of these base 7 events that have repeated once, several times, or many times may one day be repeated as apocalyptic events. In other words, a base 7 event may one day repeat as a fulfilled major prophecy.
One such example of this was The 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. It was an event that was repeated in a much worse manner than ever before previously and based, in part, on The 1948 Fukui earthquake. It is quite possible that sometime in the future the March 2011 event will be repeated as Edgar Cayce's major prophecy of Japan disappearing beneath the sea: "The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea." (from #3976-15). Other earth-changing events are predicted in this Cayce reading as well, but it is not clear if any of them will happen at the same time as Japan is inundated. Also, "the greater portion" carries with it the stipulation that a smaller part of Japan will NOT be submerged. The nation of Japan will not cease to exist like Atlantis, in other words. But it is not known what part of Japan it will be that shall survive.
The same thing is true about The Tunguska event and The Chelyabinsk meteor (which was actually a small asteroid). One day the pattern that produced both these events may produce the following event found in the Book of Revelation: “And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood." (Revelation 8:8).
And the above event of Rev 8:8 may, in turn, be repeated later in the book: "And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all." (Revelation 18:21).
Tunguska and Chelyabinsk may also one day fulfill the following Nostradamus prophecy: "The great mountain seven stades round, after peace, war, famine, inundation: It will roll far drowning great countries, even ancient ones, and the great foundation." (Century 1, Quatrain 69).
Some "predictions" are actually experiments conducted to satisfy my own curiosity. One such case is the event that is 200, 300, 500, even a few thousand years old and seeing if it will repeat according to the base 7 pattern. You, the viewer, have not always been told this to be the case, and the "prediction" is presented in much the same way as the projected events that have their precedents in more recent history. Experimental projections based on events a very long time ago are almost always doomed to failure, so it appears thus far, with few exceptions.
The Chelyabinsk meteor is one of the exceptions as it was based on the Tunguska event of 1908, 105 (7 x 15) years earlier. Yet a century-old event is much more recent than, say, The French Revolution and Reign of Terror of 1789-1793. Or Kepler's Supernova of October 1604. Or the Exodus ninth plague of three days of darkness in Egypt dated by some authorities as 16 May 1208 B.C. What is interesting about the latter though is that there was a base 7 repetition on May 19, 1780, and the region affected by a mysterious darkness was the entirety of New England and portions of Canada. 1780 is on this same timeline as there are 238 (7 x 34) years between 1780 and 2018. Note also the month is exactly the same and the day is only three days in variance: May 16, 1208 BC and May 19, 1780 AD. The event failed to repeat in 2018, of course, but given other events in progress at the time it was prudent to project the possibility. As long as it appears we may be approaching apocalyptic times, a projection for three days of darkness will continue every seven years. Next time will be March 2025, then March 2032, 2039, 2046, and so on. Technically, since there were only two related events on the same base 7 timeline, the difference between 1208 BC and 1780 AD should be added to 1780, giving the next date for such an event as 4769 AD (not anytime soon).
The chances of ancient or antique events repeating in any given year many multiples of 7 years later are astronomically against. Yet they are worth a stab, because you never know if you'll end up with another Chelyabinsk magnitude event. It is still helpful information to know in advance.
The following events, in any case, are the most accurate and important ones I have projected in advance with precedents based on recent history from the 20th Century.
Large Asteroid Strikes Earth
in Early Summer
However, this prediction is about an asteroid ... and there is one event that lurks in our history that may soon be repeated again somewhere on our world. That event is known as "The Tunguska Event." It is the one instance in recorded history that astronomers are nearly 100% certain an asteroid impacted Earth. I need not go into all the details; you can read about it in many various articles on the Internet. The impact occurred on 30 June 1908. Fortunately the asteroid struck in a remote section of Siberia and not near a heavily-populated region of Russia or elsewhere on this planet. The light produced from the impact was bright enough for Londoners to read their newspapers at night. Trees were flattened and burned black for hundreds of miles in all directions from ground zero.
Next time we may not be so lucky ... and the destructiveness of the impact may be much greater than Tunguska ever was. Where it will happen we cannot say. Maybe somewhere in Russia again ... or perhaps, this time around, it will be somewhere close to where you live. The question is: are events today sufficiently apocalyptic enough for this to take place?
The base 7 dating for such an event is June/July 2013.
Report: Russian meteor blast injures at least 1,000 people
Moscow (CNN) -- A meteor streaked through the skies above Russia's Urals region Friday morning, before exploding with a flash and boom that shattered glass in buildings and left about 1,000 people hurt, state media said. The number of injured has continued to rise through the day as new reports come in from across a swath of central Russia.
As of late afternoon local time, the Interior Ministry said about 1,000 people had been hurt, including more than 200 children, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency said. Most of those hurt are in the Chelyabinsk region, the news agency said. The vast majority of injuries are not thought to be serious.
About 3,000 buildings have sustained damage -- mostly broken glass -- as a result of the shock waves caused by the blast, the news agency reported. Vladimir Stepanov, of the National Center for Emergency Situations at the Russian Interior Ministry, earlier told state media that hospitals, kindergartens and schools were among those affected.
Amateur video footage showed a bright white streak moving rapidly across the sky, before exploding with an even brighter flash and a deafening bang.
The explosion occurred about 9:20 a.m. local time, as many people were out and about.
CNN iReporter and Instagram user Max Chuykov saw the meteor trail from the city of Yekaterinburg. He shared on Instagram that it was "close to the ground." Witness Ekaterina Shlygina posted to CNN iReport and wrote on Instagram: "Upon Chelyabinsk a huge fireball has exploded. It wasn't an aircraft."
The national space agency, Roscosmos, said scientists believed one meteoroid had entered the atmosphere, where it burned and disintegrated into fragments, according to RIA Novosti.
The resulting meteorites are believed to be scattered across three regions of Russia, one of them Chelyabinsk, as well as neighboring Kazakhstan, the news agency said.
One large chunk was discovered in a lake in the Chelyabinsk region, RIA Novosti cited the Chelyabinsk governor as saying. A spokesman for the Emergency Ministry for the Chelyabinsk region told CNN earlier Friday that 524 people there were injured and 34 hospitalized.
For sky watchers, the reports bring to mind the famous Tunguska event of 1908 in remote Siberia, in which an asteroid entered the atmosphere and exploded, leveling trees over an area of 820 square miles -- about two-thirds the size of Rhode Island. About 80 million trees were felled, radiating out from the center of the blast, but no crater was left.
Friday's Chelyabinsk meteor comes on the same day that a hefty asteroid is due to charge past Earth at a pretty close range, in space terms.
Fireball from outer space: 1,000 injured as 40-ton meteor travelling at 33,000mph explodes over a terrified town
Fireball from outer space: 1,000 injured as 40-ton meteor travelling at 33,000mph explodes over a terrified town
Large object flashed across the sky at 9.20am local time Pictures show a streak of smoke followed by several bright blasts of flames 82 of the injured are children and two are in intensive care Landed in a lake near Chebarkul, a neighbouring 6,000 square feet of a roof at a zinc factory collapsed One local said it 'was like a scene from the Armageddon movie' Some feared a plane was about to fall out of the sky while others thought the world was ending.
Mass Demonstrations Break Out in Hungary, Potentially Leading to Revolution; Possible Flareup of New Violence in Kosovo or Vojvodina
This is actually the vector I would have chosen to begin with, but all the hype about global war being already in progress by the time the Mayan calendar was to end on 21 December 2012 heavily suggested that I should choose 2012 as the year things in Hungary would reach a head.
Any negative events in Hungary should be regarded with extreme caution. Nostradamus links revolution and an al-Assad-type crackdown and aggression in Hungary with a major war that would draw in the "two brothers of the North" as adversaries: "Castor and Pollux" (Russia and the United States). The Sister of Queen Brigite Order in 1970 also stated starkly that the assassination of a leader in either Hungary or the former Yugoslavia would trigger World War III.
Also in September 2006 was an eruption in ethnic violence in Kosovo that almost led to war. Thus, it is possible that accompanying the protests and riots in Hungary, next door, may be an eruption of violence in Kosovo again or, possibly this time around, in Vojvodina which borders Hungary.
FIRST, What Happened In Hungary
THEN, Kosovo and Macedonia ...
FINALLY, Euromaidan and
Great exertions towards Russia by a man-woman to vex Europe and almost all the Universe. The two
eclipses will be put into such a rout that they will reinforce life or death for the Hungarians.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been making an effort not only to catapult Russia back on the world stage, but also to cobble together portions of the old Soviet empire. Ukraine, with its 45 million people, would be the jewel in the crown. However, it is proving to be a stumbling block for Putin's dreams of empire.
Also, as additionally predicted, there was unrest in the former Yugoslavia, in Bosnia, from February 7 to February 19, 2014, and neighboring Kosovo and Macedonia from June 22 to July 7, 2014.
However, I have warned that an actual Hungarian Revolution may still happen within a year of Ukraine's. And it appears that this is now the case as what began as a mass protest in Budapest concerning a government internet tax is evolving into national unrest due to accusations that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is undermining democracy.
Whether this situation gets worse or evaporates remains to be seen. But this could be the other shoe dropping and the completion of my prediction, moving it from 50% fulfilled to 100% fulfilled.
What follows is up-to-date media documentation of Euromaidan, the Ukrainian Revolution, the Crimea unrest, and armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine ...