As the La Palma volcano eruption continues, there appears to be some very sinister things taking place, and I question whether the entire event is being manipulated.
First, let’s take a look at some predictive programming from a 2009 video game titled “Secret Files.”
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In the game, you’ll hear what is taking place and the endgame is to have a large portion of the island fall into the sea, creating a massive tsunami that would literally wipe out the east coast of the united States.
Now, fastforward to October 2021.
According to the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre’s own website, there was a mass of seismic activity on October 21.
Take a look at these photographs. As we zoom in, prepare yourself for photograph 3.
Now, to be clear, the archive of this page is located here. You can view it for yourself.
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I’m also including this live video I created to show you that it is real.
This information could save the lives of millions of people. If you have loved ones on the east coast, now would be the time to warn them to keep an eye on this event.
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Author: Tim Brown
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