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  1. Here's a curiosity. Another curiosity to add to the list. Way back in March 2005 when Zeshua was just starting to post online, she posted here at TTI first, and then a few days later at TTF (Time Travel Forum). At that time no one knew that the TTF was soon going to go off line for an extended period of many years. At that time it seemed just as likely to stay up and running as TTI. But Sara wrote in her second post at TTF, way back then in March 2005, in the very beginning of it all, "(The Following was accomplished at www.timetravelinstitute.com) Here is what we, and now only myself, were able to accomplish. Over 200 threads and thousands of correspondence stretching from February 22nd 2005-March 1st 2009." Now, at the time no one asked why she specified that all this was accomplished at TTI only, and not also at TTF too, especially given that she seemed at the time to be starting a similar dialogue in both forums. But she was clear about it, saying that the vast majority of her correspondence and threads were going to be on TTI and not TTF. It was very much as if she knew in advance that TTF was not going to be up and running for long.
  2. The news, in Summer 2011, is now full of stories with headlines like "If The U.S. Government Loses Its AAA Rating It Could Potentially Unleash Financial Hell Across The United States". That's pretty much exactly what Zeshua predicted would happen. And it's even happening WHEN she said it would happen : 2011
  3. Q. What does history say about the Middle East during this decade? Zeshua's answer: That Muhammad was a prophet, that Allah was Great, that the mere freedoms we all took for granted in the U.S. were the very things the Arabs in the Middle East were despondent against. The Arab Spring, the pro-democracy movement sweeping thru the Middle East in 2011, is a fight for US-style liberty and freedom. The above prediction was posted in 2005, and it was to describe the Middle East over the following decade, i.e., 2005-2015. IOW, Zeshua predicted in 2005 that a conflict over US-style liberty and freedom would occur within the Middle East between 2005-2015. And with the arrival of the Arab Spring, so it has.
  4. The Great Recession arrived just a few months after Zeshua posted the above post and started this thread in June 2007. 2007 was the first of her four predicted years to arrive, and she predicted two years earlier, in 2005, that the world economic crisis would begin in 2007. It did, in the twelfth month of 2007. How many times did she post in 2007? Twelve. How many threads did she begin in 2007? Just this one.
  5. The numbers have been right so far. We'll see if they continue to be, but she got the first one correct, predicting in 2005 that an economic crisis would hit in 2007. The Great Recession has officially been recorded in history as having begun in December 2007, even though the events of 2008 were more dramatic. So Zeshua was right about that after all. Now, she indicated that 2007-2011 would be a particular stretch of time that would go down in history for its economic crisis, and then 2012-2015 would go down in history as being a time when a WWIII scorched half the globe. She gave us four dates : 2007, 2011, 2012, and 2015, and said that each of these years would bring a certain change. And she got the first one in the sequence correct.
  6. Way back as far as 2005, Zeshua insisted that the 2011-2012 period was when TSHTF. Now we see it beginning right on schedule with the Arab Spring and the US debt default crisis.
  7. Darby would have us believe that nothing is any different in the Middle East than usual. Perhaps he should go to Egypt, Libya, Syria, or Pakistan and ask the locals if they have noticed any changes. The truth is that the area has fallen into chaos, exactly as Zeshua predicted. Prior to this year, Sudan was the only Arab country to have successfully overthrown dictatorial regimes. But over the last few months, demonstrations have resulted in the overthrow of two heads of state: Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia on 14 January following the Tunisian revolution protests, and in Egypt, President Hosni Mubarak resigned on 11 February 2011, ending his 30-year presidency. During this period of regional unrest, several leaders announced their intentions to step down at the end of their current terms. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announced that he would not seek re-election in 2015, as did Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Protests in Jordan have also caused the resignation of the government resulting in former Prime Minister and Ambassador to Israel Marouf al-Bakhit being appointed prime minister by King Abdullah and tasked with forming a new government. Another leader, President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, announced on 23 April that he would step down within 30 days in exchange for immunity. And of course, Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi has refused to step down, causing a civil war between his loyalists and rebels based in Benghazi. The current wave of protests is not an entirely new phenomenon, but the escalation of protests is unprecedented in the region. The catalyst for the current escalation of protests was the self-immolation of individuals such as Mohamed Bouazizi, which brought together various groups dissatisfied with the existing system, including many unemployed, political and human rights activists, labor, trade unionists, students, professors, lawyers, and others. These groups have become an unprecedented movement that has built sufficient momentum to engender the current scope of events. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_spring
  8. Big words from someone who has demonstrated that he doesn't even know the definition of the term "Middle East".
  9. You are wrong, Darby. Wrong, wrong, wrong. According to Wikipedia, Egypt is in the Middle East. According to the US State Department, Egypt is in the Middle East. According to Darby, Egypt is NOT in the Middle East. "The first official use of the term "Middle East" by the United States government was in the 1957 Eisenhower Doctrine, which pertained to the Suez Crisis. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles defined the Middle East as "the area lying between and including Libya on the west and Pakistan on the east, Syria and Iraq on the North and the Arabian peninsula to the south, plus the Sudan and Ethiopia." In 1958, the State Department explained that the terms "Near East" and "Middle East" were interchangeable, and defined the region as including only Egypt, Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar." With the exception of Darby himself, I feel confident that all readers here will accept either Wikipedia and/or the US State Department as higher authorities than Darby on this subject. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_east http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_east#Traditional_definition_of_the_Middle_East
  10. PARIS – Israel's defense minister said Tuesday that despite the upheaval in the Arab world from pro-democracy uprisings, Israel should push forward with negotiations. Ehud Barak was in Paris Tuesday for talks with the French foreign and defense ministers. In an interview with The Associated Press he emphasized the importance of restarting the long-stalled peace talks, despite some misgivings by other members of his own government. "We are looking at an area which is under a political turmoil, something we have not witnessed for maybe 90 years since the collapse of the Ottoman empire, he said. http://old.news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110621/ap_on_re_eu/israel_palestinians IOW, Zeshua right again. She even got the year right.
  11. First, let's all note that, even after it was pointed out, Darby did not admit his error in insisting that Egypt is not part of the Middle East. Apparently the US State Department is not a sufficient authority for him on this matter. And while Darby is correct that the Middle East has regularly seen unrest over the last century, nothing on the scale of the Arab Spring has been seen since the fall of the Ottoman Empire. It is NOT "business as usual" over there right now, despite what Darby would suggest. The Arab Spring is a regional development of historic significance, and Zeshua not only predicted it years in advance, but even defined when it would arrive (2011-2012): "Seven to eleven Cards collapse Thy dollar not firm Twelve to fifteen Half the world burned." Exactly as predicted, the recession began in 2007 and lasted until 2011. In 2011, massive unrest swept thru the Middle East on a scale not seen since the fall of the Ottoman Empire, raising the specter of a regional Civil War occurring in the Middle East. In some places this Civil War has already begun (Egypt, Libya). In other places it is on the verge of occurring (Syria, Pakistan, etc.) Zeshua's words (seven to eleven, twelve to fifteen) indicate that a fundamental change occurs between 2011-2012, in which the predominant crisis shifts from an economic one (symbolized by the dollar) that lasts five years, to a war (symbolized by the world burning) that lasts four years. This all ties in with her many other predictions of a coming worldwide Civil War occurring.
  12. Darby is correct. Libya and Tunisia are not in the Middle East, and no one writing from ten years in the future would make the mistake of suggesting they were. Nonetheless, "The protests of the Arab Spring have shaken much of the Middle East" according to the Associated Press ([http://news.yahoo.com/jordan-navigates-warily-turmoil-arab-spring-162254512.html). The entire area is under political turmoil, something we have not witnessed since the collapse of the Ottoman empire 90 years ago. The Arab Spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests that has been taking place in the Arab world since 18 December 2010. Prior to this period, Sudan was the only Arab country to have successfully overthrown dictatorial regimes, in 1964 and again in 1985. But over the last year, there have been revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt; a civil war in Libya; civil uprisings in Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen; major protests in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, and Oman, as well as on the borders of Israel; and minor protests in Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Western Sahara. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Spring) Yemen is in the Middle East. Mass protests demanding an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh's 33-year rule are still paralysing Yemen after six months, and Yemen's southern province of Abyan has descended into violence and anarchy. Syria is in the Middle East, and it has also been engulfed in violence during more than three months of anti-government discontent, in which the government shelled protesting towns and neighborhoods. More than 1,400 Syrians have been killed in the crackdown, and 10,000 have been detained, and many fear that Syria is on the verge of Civil War. Iraq and Afghanistan are in the Middle East, and they have been chaotic for years. Pakistan is in the Middle East, and heavy fighting has also been going on there lately as well, with militants using rocket-propelled grenades, hand grenades and AK-47 assault rifles. Bahrain is in the Middle East, and it was wracked by a violent uprising earlier this year, and Saudi Arabia became involved in repressing that struggle. Jordan is in the Middle East, and it has been embroiled in protests and demonstrations for over six months. Oman and Lebanon are in the Middle East, and the Arab Spring brought protests and uprisings to their lands as well. So let's sum up, shall we? We find that in 2011, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia have all been embroiled in chaos, unrest, and/or uprisings. That's chaos in ten Middle Eastern nations! Ten! The Middle East has officially "erupted in chaos", just as Zeshua predicted. Is "all out war" far behind? P.S. Is Darby correct after all? According to Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_East Egypt IS traditionally considered a part of "the Middle East"; in fact, the US State Department defined the region in 1958 as including Egypt, Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar. There is also an area known as "the Greater Middle East" that also includes Libya and Tunisia. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greater_Middle_East So then we find that in 2011, not ten but THIRTEEN nations in the Middle East have erupted in violence and chaos. Just as Zeshua predicted.
  13. Looks like it is starting now. In Tunesia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen...
  14. All these mysterious reports of dead birds and fish all over the planet are consistent with a rash of methane gas releases. Methane is very deadly to birds and fish.
  15. Re: Experiment with Time, your assistance is reque "More than 100 American cities could go bust next year as the debt crisis that has taken down banks and countries threatens next to spark a municipal meltdown, a leading analyst has warned. Meredith Whitney, the US research analyst who correctly predicted the global credit crunch, described local and state debt as the biggest problem facing the US economy, and one that could derail its recovery. "Next to housing this is the single most important issue in the US and certainly the biggest threat to the US economy," Whitney told the CBS 60 Minutes programme on Sunday night." http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/municipal-meltdown-ahead.html
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