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Old 03-08-2020, 10:20 PM
 
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I've followed Tittel on and off for a few years. Many times he's been dead on. I subscribe to his channel but not everything interests me. You may want to watch his corona virus video if you are anxious, by the way.

This video has some predictions for the rest of the year but he focuses on March because of the full moon tomorrow and the after effects.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1N2wWLl_c-I
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Old 03-10-2020, 12:07 AM
 
Location: PRC
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Clif Hill is sometimes good as well. He makes predictions based on software which analyses netizens posts on various blogs, searches, forums, etc
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Old 03-10-2020, 10:53 AM
 
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Clif Hill is sometimes good as well. He makes predictions based on software which analyses netizens posts on various blogs, searches, forums, etc

So not really a psychic but a futurist like Gerald Celente who follows trends.
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Old 03-10-2020, 11:22 AM
 
Location: State of Transition
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This is nonsense. Nobody's going around angry or stressed where I live; no lashing out in stores, and the like. No one's worried bout the virus, and we're located in the state next door to Tittel. I'll believe the "severe weather changes" when I see them; stable weather is predicted for the rest of the month in the Southwest. And no, it does not rain after chemtrails. We have local groups tracking the chemtrail issue, and the phenom does not cause rain. Cloudseeding may cause rain, but cloud seeding. =/= chemtrails.

He says we'll see radical weather changes from day to day: sunny/warm-ish one day, snowstorms the next. That actually used to be normal March weather in northern NM and AZ, but due to climate change, that hasn't happened in over 10 years. But if it did, it would be considered "back to normal", nothing alarming or hitherto unheard of.

As to the coronavirus-relevant statements, they're no different than what others are saying.
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Old 03-10-2020, 11:39 PM
 
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This is nonsense. Nobody's going around angry or stressed where I live; no lashing out in stores, and the like. No one's worried bout the virus, and we're located in the state next door to Tittel. I'll believe the "severe weather changes" when I see them; stable weather is predicted for the rest of the month in the Southwest. And no, it does not rain after chemtrails. We have local groups tracking the chemtrail issue, and the phenom does not cause rain. Cloudseeding may cause rain, but cloud seeding. =/= chemtrails.

He says we'll see radical weather changes from day to day: sunny/warm-ish one day, snowstorms the next. That actually used to be normal March weather in northern NM and AZ, but due to climate change, that hasn't happened in over 10 years. But if it did, it would be considered "back to normal", nothing alarming or hitherto unheard of.

As to the coronavirus-relevant statements, they're no different than what others are saying.
Berea College in KY, just shut down, and told all the students to go home for the semester.
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Old 03-11-2020, 09:04 PM
 
Location: State of Transition
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Berea College in KY, just shut down, and told all the students to go home for the semester.
So? The UW and Seattle University did that last week. They transferred their classes to their online format.
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Old 05-27-2020, 12:46 PM
 
Location: Westchester County, NY
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This is nonsense. Nobody's going around angry or stressed where I live; no lashing out in stores, and the like. No one's worried bout the virus, and we're located in the state next door to Tittel. I'll believe the "severe weather changes" when I see them.
I hate bumping threads and I'm not a big believer in him, but looks like he got this part (but not the rest) right, but I think he got the "severe weather changes" wrong in terms of part of the country but the Northeast did have this.....parts of upstate NY were over 90 degrees yesterday the same month they also had a rare May snowstorm. Even NYC had May snow for only the 2nd time in it's 150 years of weather record and also the day of that snow recorded it's first May sub-40 degree temperature in 42 years, and the coldest May temperature since 1891.
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Old 05-27-2020, 01:43 PM
 
Location: Suburb of Chicago
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Clif Hill is sometimes good as well. He makes predictions based on software which analyses netizens posts on various blogs, searches, forums, etc
Never heard of him but I think you're talking about Clif High.
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