The picture above was posted on a blog site called 4chan (fortune?) about 24 hours before the attack on the bridge near Westminster Abbey and the subsequent stabbing death of a police officer.
Next to the image – and not visible in the photo – was a series of dashes and dots that turned out to be Morse code. No other information was provided in the mysterious post, which appeared on 4chan’s “Politically Incorrect” board.
Several readers translated the code to precise geographic coordinates that turned out to be the bridge where one day later the terrorist plowed into dozens of people, killing three. One person responded to the post this way just minutes after it appeared: “Big Ben?”
It seems there are three ways of interpreting the post. First, the person who made the post knew what was coming and the post was a veiled warning. Second, it was coincidental, and the poster had no knowledge of the upcoming incident. In the case, it would be a meaningful coincidence—a synchronicity, the message from our collective underlying reality that had surfaced.
But there’s also another way of interpreting the post. It could’ve been the work of a remote viewer, who psychically predicted the location of an upcoming terrorist attack—the attack symbolized by the two guns. The guns might’ve meant two attacks or two attackers, or the use of guns in an attack – which was incorrect.
It will be interesting to see if the blog poster comes forward or the person’s identity is discovered, and we learn more.
A PS. (Trish here.) If you click on that link, you’ll find a very strange forum. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it. You can post anonymously, in many different categories. Yesterday when I checked the link, it claimed that more than 197,000 people were on the site.