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2022 Year in Review Part II: July to December

Original post made on Dec 30, 2022

That's just the tip of the iceberg of the many significant stories we highlighted between July and December. Catch up on those storylines and photographs in our Year in Review Part II. Hope you enjoy!

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Dec 30, 2022 at 10:29 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

Predictions from a friend of mine several of you may know, for 2023 month-by-month.

Sirius-B and Interstellar Communication really amazes me. These are his exact words but do not include all his comments.

I find these predictions most intriguing. I do not warrant them. They are interesting and resonate with my own intuition.

January: Old Virus re-emerges. Some people will spread fear, most will not.

February: Earth will pause for 15 days during which we build towards normalization.

March: Life will be normalized life styles. Massive discoveries of the lies and conspiracies revealed.

April: We will explore the surface of the moon again.

May: Change of belief systems... New found beliefs created by pulp mania.

June: Fireballs in sky hit China. Chinese government collapses. Free-will emerges in China

July: Crypto Currencies reach maximum value despite strong regulations against them.

August: Old Battle begins.

September: We begin to have contact with extraterrestrials...location known as Sirius-B. This will bring forth interplanetary communication systems.

October: We wait for events to happen, however, none will occur.

November: Important political leader change its course ... this will allow opposite sections of the planet to unite together forming a more collective-like consciousness on Earth.

December: We smile in joy. Progress made. Liberation attained globally. We master living in the present moment. We find evidence of ET's on Moon. We explore inner self. We let go of ego mind....Namaste

Rich Buckley, Pres.
Peace And Conflict Resolution . Org
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