Psychic Predictions Come True from August 27, 2007 list

* There will be a fiery plane crash very, very close to a major city.  

Update Sept. 16, 2007: PHUKET, Thailand (Sept. 16) – A passenger plane filled with foreign tourists crashed Sunday as it tried to land in pouring rain on the island of Phuket, splitting in two and bursting into flames, officials said. At least 88 people were killed.  “As soon as we hit, everything went dark and everything fell,” said Mildred Furlong, 23, a waitress from Prince George, British Columbia, in Canada. The plane started filling with smoke and fires broke out, she said. A passenger in front of her caught fire, while one in the back kicked out a plane window. The budget One-Two-Go Airlines domestic flight OG269 was carrying 123 passengers and seven crew members from the capital, Bangkokm to Phuket – popular among tourists for its pristine beaches and one of the areas hardest hit by the 2004 tsunami.  AOL NEWS 

* Something is unsettled with the waters. There may be an increase of ships in distress or problems with the waters concerning ships, boats, illness, or the aquatic life.  

Update Sept:19, 2007: ORLANDO, Florida (Sept. 19) — Something in the lakes around Orlando, Florida, has claimed the lives of three boys this summer. Will Sellars’ family says he died after being exposed to a deadly amoeba on a Florida lake. “This thing is just there. It’s lurking like some deadly thing in the water which can take our children’s lives and we all have to be aware,” said Orange County Health Department Director Dr. Kevin Sherin.  The “thing” isn’t a fish or alligator. It is so small it cannot be seen with the naked eye. The killer that lives in the hot, fresh water is a single cell amoeba that once exposed to the human brain through the nasal passages is almost always fatal. 

Update Sept 19, 2007: Keyport, New Jersey – ‘Millions’ of dead fish wash ashore  By Karen E. Bowes Staff Writer. What one Monmouth County NJ official estimated as over a million dead bunker fish washed up on the Raritan Bay’s shores in Keyport last week. Independent Newspaper. 

Photo below is a picture of the inlet loaded with dead fish in Keyport, NJ

Update Sept. 20, 2007: Another dead blue whale was floating toward shore Thursday in the Santa Barbara Channel, as puzzled experts try to determine why at least 3 of the huge mammals have died off the Southern California coast in less than 2 weeks. Tracked by government aircraft, the 60 foot (18 metres) blue whale — a member of the largest species on Earth — was drifting toward the Ventura  County coast and was expected to wash ashore sometime today. Scientists said they didn’t know where it would land. Last week [10-14 Sep 20-07], a dead blue whale beached about 10 miles up the coast from Ventura and another was found in Long Beach Harbor before being towed out to sea. Joe Cordaro, a wildlife biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service, said he couldn’t recall a similar spate of blue whale deaths off  California or anywhere else. “There’s something a little different going on right now,” he said, “and we don’t know what it is.”  PROMED.

* Flu season will be wicked this year.

Update Sept 3, 2007: INFLUENZA experts yesterday claimed the death toll from seasonal flu is almost as high as if Ireland were in the grip of a pandemic. “Pandemic has become a buzzword and people expect there will be a lot of warning when it comes, but in the meantime seasonal influenza is killing thousands without creating a ripple.” Stated by Professor Graeme Laver, a worldwide authority on flu. Irish Examiner.

Update Sept 20, 2007: THE South Australian Health Department has urged people not to panic after an Adelaide health worker became the eighth person to die in Australia’s worst flu epidemic for five years.  The 48-year-old woman, who worked at a health clinic in the city, was admitted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital on Monday this week but died early on Tuesday morning of suspected influenza.  Six children from four states and a 37-year-old Queensland man have already died of the virus, with record infection rates reported around the country.  Herald Sun 

Update Sept 20, 2007: This flu season could be severe. Oregon hasn’t had a severe flu season for some time but this year could be different. Australia, which is six months ahead of the Northwest season-wise, has had its roughest flu season in a decade, said Steve Allred, owner of GetAFluShot.com, the largest private provider of flu shots in Oregon and Washington.“They’ve had more recorded deaths, both from high-risk and supposedly non-high-risk individuals and much more illness,” Allred said. “Their hospital system has been flooded with people seeking medical care this past winter, which is just now finishing up.” The flu season in the Northwest starts in the fall.  The Oregonian  

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https://psychicinsights.wordpress.com/2007/08/28/new-psychic-predictions-made-on-august-27-2007/   

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One Response to “Psychic Predictions Come True from August 27, 2007 list”

  1. Editor Says:

    Regarding your suggestion of troubled waters… We were pondering the many implications of this warning while writing of a new discovery of a comet in the constellation Cetus which is amongst the water portion of the sky in the zodiac containing Pisces and Aquarius. We invite you to read it here:
    http://www.theapocalypsetimes.com/bloggin/2007/09/new-comet-discovery-more-parallels-with.html

    We are very concerned about the many, many, many reports of massive fish die-offs of late that we have been reporting on our site. We enjoy reading your speculations.

    Sincerely,
    The Apocalypse Times

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