Monday, January 15, 2007

Storms Over Great Britain and Irish Sea Confirm Future News Predictions

Storms Over Great Britain and Irish Sea Confirm Future News Predictions
Bill Tenuto
January 15, 2007

The Prediction
Between December 30, 2006 and January 11, 2007, severe storms occurred over Great Britain and the Irish Sea. Five months earlier, on July 31, 2006, I had predicted a natural disaster involving wind, heavy rain and flooding would happen in the United Kingdom. In "My Response To My European Readers About World War III," I said,

"A natural disaster will strike the United Kingdom. The image I 'see' is of people in a small boat waving their arms. There appears to be a flood. The image I have looks like a major storm blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean and bringing with it wind, heavy rain and severe flooding."

The Confirmation
Because these storms did not cause a full scale, "natural disaster," my image of a "natural disaster" should be interpreted as symbolic rather than literal. (See "How My Gift of Foresight Works," Nonetheless these storms were so severe that property was damaged, a boat was sunk and lives were lost. Furthermore, other images I foresaw literally did come true. The "major storm" I foresaw turned out to be not one major storm but a series of several major storms, bringing with them "wind" and "heavy rain" and sinking a fishing boat ("a small boat"). Here are some details about what actually happened, as reported by Reuters.UK. (To view the complete reports, click on, then Search for "Stormy Weather," or click on the links in the footnotes below.)

(Saturday, December 30, 2006) "High winds and heavy rain battered parts of Britain…with gusts of up to 80 mph expected overnight…." (1)

(Sunday, December 31, 2006) "Part of a hotel roof in Suffolk was blown off on Saturday afternoon, hours after a young woman was killed (by) a tree blown over by gales…. Met Office forecasters said on Sunday they expected stormy weather across much of the country, with wind gusts up to 80 mph in the worst affected areas and bouts of heavy rain." (2)

(Thursday, January 11, 2007) "Ships and helicopters searched for nine fisherman on Thursday after two trawlers went missing in rough seas off of Ireland's southeast coast, the Irish Coast Guard said. The search for the 24-metre timber fishing vessel The Honeydew 2…began at about 6:30 p.m., around an hour after rescue services called off a hunt for the crew of the Pere Charles for the night."

"The 20-metre Pere Charles sent a distress signal just after 6 p.m. on Wednesday before sinking quickly about 2.5 miles off of the port of Rosslare."

"An empty lifeboat from the Pere Charles washed up on shore on Thursday."

"Both the British and Irish weather centres issued gale warnings for all coastal regions on Thursday as winds gusted at up to 80 miles per hour." (3)

May I offer my heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of those whose lives were taken by these storms.

(1) "Storms kill one as more bad weather forecast", Reuters.UK, Saturday, December 30, 2006

(2) "More gales on the way after hotel loses roof," Reuters.UK, Sunday, December 31, 2006

(3) "Nine fishermen missing in stormy Irish Sea," Reuters.UK, Thursday, January 11, 2007

Copyright © 2007 by William L. Tenuto