Dreams and Predictions for November 2019

As I predicted towards the end of last months predictions post, a major city is in the beginning of an uprising, New York. Angry over a string of videos of NYPD officers brutalizing young black teens in the subways, thousands of New Yorkers are in the streets tonight as we speak. This is the type of turnout that sparked that uprisings currently taking place in Chile and Hong Kong as we speak. When it’s all over, I believe this may finally spell the end of de Blasio and Cuomo and see a new chapter come about. I am also relieved that Britney Spears made it through the month of October without being killed, but danger still looms. Watch out for more signs of trouble this month, along with trouble for Trump. In the meantime, I have a prediction to share.

1) A city in the US that isn’t usually the site of major protests will erupt this month. It feels like a southwestern city like Las Vegas or Phoenix, but I’m not 100% sure. Look out for that as Thanksgiving rolls around.

11/4 ETA: My computer pooped out on my this weekend, so it’s taking me some time to get adjusted to typing on this new one. There will be delays in my blog post for this month. In the meantime, I have a few dream based predictions to share.

2) I had a dream of a Democratic debate where Bernie Sanders took some serious shots at Elizabeth Warren that landed very strongly and dented her polling numbers. I suspect that he will soon take the gloves off in regards to his surging candidacy and strike her aggressively. This will see him become the new frontrunner by January, which will immediately make him a target for assassination.

3) I’m going to post a blog about this at some point, but remember the name Nina Turner. She’s been on my radar for a while and I suspect that, if she isn’t the eventual Democratic nominee, she will have an important role to play in who is.

4) I had a dream where actor Liam Hemsworth got in trouble for accusations that were made about him. It seems related to alcoholism and it occurred at a Popeye’s Fried Chicken. There was discussion that his brother Chris was involved in this and there will be an interview with a prominent journalist which goes south.

11/21 ETA: I have been very preoccupied this month recovering from an illness and dealing with personal issues. I still have to write my 2020’s prediction blog, which hopefully I’ll get to in the next couple of days. It’s important to note that, in addition to the ongoing impeachment inquiry against Trump, he also suffered a major health problem and was evaluated at Walter Reed hospital. This is further proof that his days are numbered. In the meantime, I have a prediction to share.

5) I think this holiday season will see more protests in the streets and less holiday shopping. You should note that more people will be out complaining about injustice than buying things at corporate retail stores. Black Friday and Cyber Monday will see noticeably lower sales this year, not just because of a sagging economy, but because of a purposeful consumer boycott of spending.

11/27 ETA: I’m still working on the big 2020’s post that hopefully I’ll have ready to post by the end of the month. In the meantime, here’s another dream based prediction to share.

6) South Africa will begin to see a surge in tourism as cruise ships begin to dock in Capetown on a more regular basis.

9 thoughts on “Dreams and Predictions for November 2019

  1. Why do you keep hyping up Turner when she wouldn’t be able to meet any candidate filing deadlines based on the dates you outlined? Whereas, Tulsi has an actual campaign and has promised to stay in until the convention…

    1. For a number of reasons, actually. One is that the primaries don’t actually matter. The DNC could, and has previously, disregard the vote and allow the delegates to vote for a candidate that they weren’t pledged to support. It’s unlikely in this case, but it could happen. Secondly, Tulsi is not going to get the Democratic nomination, though I suspect she will run third party and eventually as an independent candidate for one of the senate seats in Hawaii, which she will win. Finally, it seems clearer now that Bernie has a strategy for getting the nomination which involves biding his time and letting his rivals destroy Warren and Biden before surging to the top of the field at the last second. He’s likely to win in Iowa and New Hampshire, despite pundit predictions to the contrary, and that will create momentum that sails him to cinching the nomination. In such a scenario, his VP choice would be the director of his PAC, Nina Turner. If Bernie either dies from health issues on the campaign trail, which is likely because he’s already suffered a heart attack this year, or he is assassinated, like Trump is still likely to be, then she becomes the nominee and wins the general election. That’s why I keep “hyping” her up. I’ve seen her in my visions for quite a number of years now, since 2015 at least, and there’s a reason for that. I had hunches about Trump’s election from as far back as 2011. This seems to be history repeating itself. Hope this answers your question.

      1. I guess they determined that having him office would damage the Democratic party more long term, which it will, because they won in spite of Northam and not because of him. Also, Northam has other scandals lurking beneath the surface. He’s on thin ice with Democrats at the moment. The next one put out publicly will be his last.

  2. Democrats have control of the Virginia State Senate. Also, Kentucky has a new governor from the Democrats.

    1. I’m surprised by the election result honestly, but part of why it happened was that the Republicans didn’t utilize Northam in attacks which surprised me. Not entirely sure at the moment when this will occur, but I have a feeling that he may not his hold office by years end. It can happen due to power struggles, as I suspect will eventually lead to the fall of Justin Trudeau in Canada. As I correctly predicted, Jagmeet Singh now holds the keys of power in the Canadian parliament. Whether Trudeau will be able to form a government or not rests entirely in Singh’s hands. The longer the liberals refuse to meet with him, the likelier it is that Trudeau falls for good and Singh is on a path to taking the PM spot. This is an event that could happen in Virginia. Now that Democrats hold the chamber, they may be more willing to oust Northam to protect themselves long term. I suspect if another scandal comes this year, which I suspect it will, then he will have to go and they will force him out. Hope this helps.

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