I see a lot of people these days sending out pseudo-negative prophecies and sticking to those prophetic acts. For example, there is an increasing number of “self-proclaimed prophets” who say things like “I have a headache” or “I don’t feel well” before an earthquake, and then immediately become overjoyed when an earthquake strikes. . Many of them just send out predictions depending on their mood, and they are more interested in how they can become the object of public faith than in caring for the receiver of the predictions.
“If you live on Earth, your chances of predicting an earthquake will inevitably be 5:5,” said Gray Alien Mr. Glenn a few days ago. In other words, if they say things like, “Something might shake becauseI have a headache, today.” or “the earth will shake somewhere because I’m not feeling well today,” etc.
This means that by throwing out a lot of prophetic words randomly, there is a 50% chance that those prophecies will come true.
For example. Even if dozens of unidentified flying objects appeared in the sky above the earth, I can’t say that it was “They came for the purpose of saving only selected earthlings..”. Because, If an opponent with whom we have no diplomatic relations suddenly appears in the sky above the earth, it is more likely that it is an “invader” rather than a god or a messiah.
So, I can’t make irresponsible remarks such as “Please be excited and wait for the change of the earth” like Mrs S.M, a former Japanese translator who has been increasing the frequency of channeling on YouTube recently.