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    Are We To See An Explosive Event On The 22nd Of June?

    Given that we now know that the number 22 is used in the planning of events by the powers that be. Would it not be prudent to expect an event on the 22nd of June 2017? Especially now that we are in the 6th month (22/6). As we are primed for another big event to take us into further into the paradigm of division and chaos.

    If you would like to see the past connections to the number 22 then you might want to give this a read:

    Alas not only are we primed but we are conditioned and reminded of the possibility. It was only last week the MOSSAD agent George Web Called in a dirty bomb threat that turned out to be nothing!

    Then you have All the recent focus on monuments in the mainstream media which to me could be soft conditioning (Getting the locale and play in our minds so we'll accept it when it occurs). If there was a location for an attack of some kind. Would a monument not be the perfect place right now? The place for an explosive event?

    And on-topic: Please remember this song, 7 Days in Sunny June by Jamiroquai. I can't stop this from coming up in my mind!

    "Seven Days In Sunny June" is the second single from British funk/acid jazz band Jamiroquai's sixth studio album, Dynamite. Written by lead singer Jay Kay and new keyboardist Matt Johnson, the track is considered to be a throwback to the old acid jazz sound upon which Jamiroquai made its name. The song is, in effect, a tale of unrequited love. The song peaked at #14 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was also used in the soundtrack for the film The Devil Wears Prada. The video features the band having a party in a garden, where they do random things, such as riding minibikes, having ketchup lowered from a helicopter, and throwing confetti at each other.

    In the radio edit, the word "bomb" in "drop the bomb on me" is cut out - the song was released in August 2005, just one month after the 7/7 terrorist attack in London.


    Edited by Ukshep