One week to the first BPE Event

It's now roughly one week to the first expected event in my Big Prediction Experiment. To recap, in 2017, I had a vivid dream in which the future was laid out like a lane on a running track, with the years and months marked on it at intervals. I travelled along that track, passing through 2017 and 2018, without any major catastrophe taking place. Then, in the first few days of 2019, there was a huge explosion or eruption that produced large amounts of black smoke. This event would be dramatic but not cataclysmic. Then, in the first few days of June 2019, there would be an absolutely cataclysmic eruption of fine, grey ash on Earth. This would be so large that it would spread over the planet. A month later, a vast amount of dark smoke covered everything, and the cloud lasted for years. For the full info, please read the Predictions of the Future article.


Tragically, a candidate for this possible future event is taking shape. This morning, the BBC reported that Anak Krakatau, the volcanic island that grew out of the Krakatau (or Krakatoa) crater, was probably responsible for a tsunami that hit the Sumatran coast in the last twenty-four hours. The wave has killed several hundred people and more are missing. The most likely scenario is that the magma chamber underneath Anak Krakatau shifted, causing an underwater landslide. Such a large movement of earth could have created the tsunami.

I don't think that this disastrous tsunami was the event I saw in my dream, as it is a terrible event but not of sufficient scale. If my dream was correct, then any event that figured in the dream had to be powerful enough to physically affect someone living in London. This is why nothing happened 'on the track' in the dream from late 2017 to the end of 2018, because however devastating the recent tsunami has been in Sumatra, it hasn't caused black smoke to fill the skies of London. What is dreadful to comprehend is that if the event shown in my vivid dream is a soon-to-be eruption of Anak Krakatau in a week-or-so's time, that eruption will be of the same scale as the infamous 1883 eruption, which was a global catastrophe. To quote from Wikipedia:

"With an estimated Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) of 6, the [1883] eruption was equivalent to 200 megatons of TNT (840 PJ)—about 13,000 times the nuclear yield of the Little Boy bomb (13 to 16 kt) that devastated Hiroshima, Japan, during World War II, and four times the yield of Tsar Bomba (50 Mt), the most powerful nuclear device ever detonated. The eruption ejected approximately 25 km3 (6 cubic miles) of rock. The cataclysmic explosion was heard 3,600 km (2,200 mi) away in Alice Springs, as well as on the island of Rodrigues near Mauritius, 4,780 km (2,970 mi) to the west. According to the official records of the Dutch East Indies colony, 165 villages and towns were destroyed near Krakatoa, and 132 were seriously damaged. At least 36,417 people died, and many more thousands were injured, mostly from the tsunamis that followed the explosion. The eruption destroyed two-thirds of the island of Krakatoa."

If a full-scale eruption of Krakatau does take place in a week-or-so's time, then it will be not only be a terrible catastrophe, it will also be a tragic indictment of our current state as a species. As military remote viewing experts, such as Ingo Swann, Hal Puthoff, Joseph McMoneagle and others made clear, human beings have the ability to perceive events occurring at any time or place, including events in the future that are not dependent on current actions or decisions (In other words, what you're doing in a year's time is undecided but an eruption is decided, as it's going to happen whatever you or I do). Since we have this potential ability, it is possible for many of us to train ourselves to perceive future events, particularly ones such as eruptions. Sadly, as I've discovered in my years of research, the people in control of our societies work fervently to prevent such understanding or the development of such abilities amongst the general public. They do not want such skills to become a widespread and an accepted ability. As a result, they effectively keep us blind to our potential.

If anyone in Sumatra/Indonesia is reading this blog article, I would recommend that you travel a thousand miles away, if you can, as soon as possible. It is a big leap of faith to believe the recommendation of an ordinary Joe in London who had a vivid dream, but I think you should. I have a strong feeling now that the eruption will happen and it's definitely better to be safe than sorry.

If a full-scale eruption of Anak Krakatau does take place in a week-or-so's time, then that would convince me that my vivid dream was accurately foretelling the future and I would therefore strongly recommend to everyone reading my blog to prepare or 'prep' for the even larger event that will take place in June.

Iff no major eruption takes place at the beginning of 2019, then it seems likely that my vivid dream was not foretelling the future. If that's the case, we'll all be able to breathe a sigh of relief and I will apologise abjectly for scaring everyone.

Christmas Morning update: It seems that another candidate for the eruption has emerged. Mount Etna in Sicily is also rumbling. Fingers crossed, the Sicilians will also avoid the scale of eruption I saw in my dream.