November 20, 2019
Today I received confirmation of my first prediction of 2019. How predictions work and why they work and why I am given them, its all up to the Universe/Spirit.
Although, it took almost a year before I could confirm what I called my Christmas prediction because I received it after Christmas 2018.
Most of the time I do not know if and when my predictions are confirmed because its does not depend on me when my annual November-December predictions do manifested because they are global, and I do not always have the time to look for them to happen or not.
In this case, I now know what my last annual prediction means because its meaning was learned today and some part of it was revealed one month after the prediction but more information is available now. As in most cases, its scientific proof that confirms my greater predictions and not my personal experience and evidence.
My notes from December 2018:
My first prediction of 2019 will have a notable effect on everyone in the world. I am calling this my Christmas prediction because it came to me in a vision at 3:45 am after Christmas day and I woke up to write it down so that I will not forget in the morning.
My first prediction of 2019 was rather short, no visuals just a short message that I have heard before but I was waiting for it to happened.
I believe that the message has some connection to the events of 2018 on both November 11, 2018 and December 21, 2018: one of those dates a Warning was sent to mankind about the coming Earth Changes. ( I have wrote about them on this blog)
Last night message said:
And, another message about the Conversion which is related to the Sun, this message received January 7-8, 2019
THERE ARE SIGNS
IN THE SUN
THAT THE RAIN
ASTRONOMERS SPOT HIGHEST-ENERGY BLAST FROM MOST POWERFUL COSMIC EXPLOSION IN THE UNIVERSE
EGA-BLAST FROM THE PAST CAME FROM DISTANT GALAXY
The Star Wars film trilogies are known best for the iconic “Death Star,” an alien battle station that shoots out beams of directed energy powerful enough to blow up planets. The real universe makes much more extraordinary beams that can unleash in a few seconds as much energy as our sun will generate over its 10-billion-year lifetime. These beams blast out of imploding stars at over 99% the speed of light. They carry most of their energy in the form of gamma-rays—a lethal form of radiation that can penetrate bone and tear apart living cells. If our planet got caught in a nearby gamma-ray burst (GRB) the atmosphere would be largely stripped away.
The current record for a super-powerful GRB goes to a January 2019 outburst. The eruption came from a galaxy located so far away that the explosion actually happened 5 billion years ago. When the diluted radiation finally arrived at Earth, it was seen by our satellite sentries that monitor the sky for such fireworks: NASA’s Swift and Fermi telescopes, in addition to the Major Atmospheric Gamma Imaging Cherenkov (MAGIC) telescopes on the Canary islands.
In January 2019, an extremely bright and long-duration GRB was detected by a suite of telescopes, including NASA’s Swift and Fermi telescopes, as well as by the Major Atmospheric Gamma Imaging Cherenkov (MAGIC) telescopes on the Canary islands. Follow-up observations were made with Hubble to study the environment around the GRB and find out how this extreme emission is produced.
Gamma-ray bursts are the most powerful explosions in the cosmos. These explosive events last a fraction of a second to several minutes and emit the same amount of gamma rays as all the stars in the universe combined. Such extreme amounts of energy can only be released during catastrophic events like the death of a very massive star, or the merging of two compact stars, and are accompanied by an afterglow of light over a broad range of energies that fades with time.
The fading afterglow of GRB 190114C and its home galaxy were imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope on Feb. 11 and March 12, 2019. The difference between these images reveals a faint, short-lived glow (center of the green circle) located about 800 light-years from the galaxy’s core. Blue colors beyond the core signal the presence of hot, young stars, indicating that this is a spiral galaxy somewhat similar to our own. It is located about 4.5 billion light-years away in the constellation Fornax. ( Actual Image of GRB 190114C below)
So now that we know that it was a gamma ray from a distance galaxy that hit the Sun and the planet Earth on the ground level January 2019 and the conversion portion of the prophecy has been happening since the light blast and will continue further into 2020.