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“Celestial Bodies Passing Over Will Lift The Sea” Prophecy Nailed By Archangel Michael! A Few Days Later A Giant Rogue Wave Slams Southern Iran, As Space Debris Passes Overhead!

Sunday, March 19, 2017 20:36
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“Celestial Bodies Passing Over Will Lift The Sea” Prophecy Nailed By Archangel Michael! A Few Days Later A Giant Rogue Wave Slams Southern Iran, As Space Debris Passes Overhead!

1. Archangel Michael said this a few days ago: “SEAS THEMSELVES WILL BE LIFTED UP DUE TO THE STRONG MAGNETIC PULL OF HEAVENLY BODIES PASSING OVER!” 

Okay, so I’m taking the ‘wait and see’ approach, since that’s quite the statement to make.

2.  Well… today… a video comes out from MrMBB333…”Space *Debris* shows up on 2 Sun Spacecrafts | 10 hours apart!” that highlights the unusual space debis picked up by SOHO cameras, and one object even passed between the earth and the moon. 

3.  As if that is not enough… there was a giant rogue wave that washed ashore in Iran!… 

Giant Waves Kill 1, Injure 18 in Southern Iran: Official

Tasnim News Agency (press release)-13 hours ago
In the meantime, Head of Bushehr’s Persian Gulf Oceanography Centre Ehsan Abedi said the reason behind the giant waves and sea overflow …
 
4.  Were the seas lifted by the space debris?  Sure seems related, the timing of Archangel Michael’s statement that something would happen during the next 6 days, is quite something… could there be more? Oh, probably! 
 
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