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Predictions 2011 July 3, 2018

As aired on Pinoy Vibes DZMM TELERADYO 12/26/10

TV Patrol 12/27/10

RPN 9 12/27/10

Magandang Morning w/Julius & Tintin 1/2/11

TALKBACK w/Tina Monzon Palma 1/3/11

One Morning NBN 4 1/4/11

RPN 9 Newswatch 1/4/11

US GIRLS Studio 23

The general outlook

ECONOMY: will be generally good with existing businesses expanding. A lot of “new” but faddish type of businesses will surface.  (TEA CAFEs…..) Peso will go up and down but the economic picture is generally okay. Service and the metal industry is okay.

GOVERNMENT: PNOY will experience more squabbling inside his cabinet . He must be careful of “kuryente” and making pronouncements too hastily. He must make sure that his cabinet or government officials are working hand in hand with him and not make him look stupid with wrong decisions (CORONA). On the over-all he is doing okay and there are a lot of changes being instilled for the good of the people. He must, however, protect the interest of the workers and scrutinize well the intentions of shrewd businessmen (PAL DISPUTE GETTING WORSE). He must always keep his health in top shape as stress may catch up too soon. Personal matters should be the last in his priority being the president.

MEDIA/TV personalities:

A FEMALE NEWSCASTER/BROADCASTER will have a controversial issue that will affect her reputation.   hmmmmmmm

A VERY important movie/tv personality’s health will deteriorate fast. this may lead to being bed ridden and may … soon.   LITO CALZADO

A TV HOST will meet an accident… MAY AFFECT him.

AJ Perez, 18, is dead

PEP – Sun, Apr 17, 2011

AJ Perez, or Antonello Joseph Sarte Perez in real life, was pronounced dead at 12:20 a.m. The cause of his death, according to reports, is “multiple head injuries,” which he sustained after his car got hit by a bus and a truck in Paniqui, Tarlac.

YOUNG ACTOR will be involved in a squabble between young stars.

Matteo, Coco engage in fist fight

Sunday, September 4, 2011

MANILA — Leading men Coco Martin and Matteo Guidicelli reportedly engaged in a brawl late Saturday evening.

The two attended the annual Star Magic Ball held at Manila Peninsula with other stars of the Kapamilya Network.

ACTRESS/WIFE of a very popular actor may get pregnant.


POPULAR TV GAME SHOW HOST will again be barraged by a lot of controversy. Tempers will be uncontrollable.

UPDATE 5) Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman wrote on Monday, March 28, a letter of protest to TV5 management, headed by its chairman Manny Pangilinan, over another controversy involving “Willing Willie” host Willie Revillame.

Soliman had appealed to the network not to allow children to endure ridicule and embarrassment on national television after its early evening program allowed a six-year-old boy named Jan-Jan Suan to perform dance moves akin to male erotic dancing. During the routine, Jan-Jan was crying amid laughs from the audience and strikingly from Revillame himself.

In an e-mail to Yahoo! OMG! Philippines, Soliman said: “I will write a letter of protest to Channel 5 (and) to Mr. Manny Pangilinan regarding the case and we should all write him and demand that children should not be part of the show. They should not be used as instrument for enjoyment and to be laughed at. I will send the communication today.”

MANNY PACQUIAO must be careful with his health. Stomach area.

Pacquiao hospitalized for acid reflux

By Abac Cordero (The Philippine Star) Updated August 08, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0)

MANILA, Philippines – Manny Pacquiao, the super athlete, is back in the hospital due to his old nemesis, acid reflux.

His legal adviser, Franklin Gacal, yesterday said the fighting congressman from Sarangani was taken to the Cardinal Santos Hospital in San Juan the other night.

CHARISSE will have a lot of projects. She must not spread herself too thin. Quality of her voice may be affected. Learn to balance.


GOVERNMENT official with initials RP must really be careful of his health.

GMA’S health can be affected ..

Gastro problems for GMA

PNOY’s health … may suffer a bit..

Government officials in a vehicular accident.

Landslides in the Visayas and Bicol regions

Occurred several times

Extreme weather conditions… too hot… too rainy

Heavy flooding in Koronadal (south area)

Floods hit Koronadal; 100 families affected

Posted on July 03, 2011 10:26:30 PM

KORONADAL — At least 100 families have been displaced after flash floods caused by heavy rains which have fallen since Friday submerged four barangays in this city, local officials said.

Councilor Oscar J. Pagunsan, acting city mayor, said 422 individuals from about 100 families from Barangays San Roque, Assumption, Sto. Niño and Cacub were affected with their houses partially inundated.

Heavy rains caused the city’s Bulok Creek and its tributaries to overflow leaving major roads and bridges in the city temporarily impassable.

The City Social Welfare and Development Office has distribute relief goods in the form of rice and canned foods.

La Union/North with severe pest infestation again
an earthquake.


Another young singer will make it internationally

At 11 years old, Filipino-Canadian YouTube sensation Maria Aragon fulfilled her dreams far from what she had ever imagined with her cover of Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way” on the video sharing site granting her instant fame. But this young up and coming singer has recently achieved yet another dream. She has finally come home to the Philippines to record her very own album.

Choir/chorale will reap awards

All-male Pinoy choir wins gold in US festival

by Nikki delos Santos, abs-cbnNEWS.com

Posted at 05/24/2011 4:16 PM | Updated as of 05/25/2011 8:32 PM

MANILA, Philippines – An all-male Filipino acapella singing group proved its world-class talent after winning big in the recent American International Choral Festival held in Reno-Tahoe last May 4 to May 8.


Severe heat waves, severe snow storms, severe tornadoes, severe floodings all over the world.

7th January, 2011

South Africa flooding leaves 50 dead, hundreds homeless

Johannesburg, South Africa (CNN) — Heavy flooding has left at least 50 people dead and hundreds homeless in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province as residents continue to battle adverse weather conditions that have plagued the country since mid-December, authorities said Friday.

Rain leaves trail of destruction in North Korea

Agence France-Presse

11:31 pm | Sunday, July 31st, 2011

SEOUL—Heavy rains that left 59 people dead in South Korea last week also affected the North, flooding farmland, destroying bridges and damaging roads and railways, Pyongyang’s state media reported Sunday.

Brazil Floods, 7th January, 2011

Indonesia Floods, 7th January, 2011

Sri Lanka Floods, 4th January, 2011

Germany Floods, 8th January, 2011

Dublin Floodings 2011


Sudden rising up of islets or small islands

Red Sea smoking island

Underground volcano erupting

volcano south of El Hierro in the Canary Islands; Aug. 10 – Scientists discover an eruption at an undersea volcano off the coast of Oregon.

“The monster rises out of the water”, screamed the Spanish newspaper La Provincia. Scientists, meanwhile, are being a bit more level-headed about the undersea hey now believe it is in the third phase of its eruption — fountains of water have been shooting out of the Atlantic up to 20 meters in the air over the last few days. On Tuesday, some local residents even saw stones being catapulted out of the sea.

Tsunami again in the pacific

2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami

“2011 Miyagi earthquake” redirects here. For the aftershock that occurred on 6 April, see April 2011 Miyagi earthquake.

The 2011 earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tohoku, also known as the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, the Great East Japan Earthquake,[6]


Two tornadoes joining forces thus causing great destruction

Earthquakes china, puerto rico, peru, argentina, indonesia, balkan,mexico, japan, pakistan, greece. middle east


Death toll↓




1 15,641 9.0 Japan Tōhoku, Japan March 11
2 181 6.3 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand February 22
3 120 6.8 BurmaThailand Shan State, Myanmar March 24
4 26 5.4 People's Republic of China Myanmar-China border region March 10
5 14 6.1 UzbekistanKyrgyzstanTajikistan Fergana Valley July 19

§  Note: At least 10 casualties

[edit]By magnitude



Death toll↓



1 9.0[1] 15,641 Japan Tōhoku, Japan March 11
2 7.9 0 Japan Honshu, Japan March 11
3 7.7 0 Japan Honshu, Japan March 11
4 7.6 0 New Zealand Kermadec IslandsNew Zealand July 6
5 7.3 0 Japan HonshuJapan March 9
6 7.2 2[2] Pakistan Pakistan January 18
6 7.2 0 United States Aleutian IslandsAlaskaUnited States June 23
8 7.1 0 Chile Araucanía RegionChile January 2
8 7.1 4 Japan Honshu, Japan April 7
10 7.0 0 Argentina Santiago del EsteroArgentina January 1
10 7.0 0 New Caledonia Loyalty Islands January 13
10 7.0 0 Japan Honshu, Japan July 10

Freak accident — water gushing from the underground

Wednesday, 31 August 2011 00:00Updated 2:47 p.m. ET: A “considerable amount” of water from a water pipe has flooded two corridors of the Pentagon, according to an announcement in the building. People who work in those areas are being asked to stay in their offices while workers try to repair the damage.

Trains colliding india or Pakistan

Trains collide head-on in India

August 1, 2011 – 1:39AM


An express train has collided head-on with another passenger train in India, local news reports say.

The engine of the Guwahati-Bangalore express derailed after it crashed into a local train in the Malda district of West Bengal in eastern India, around 350 kilometres north of Kolkata, the Press Trust of India news agency reported.

There are reports of injuries.

Unusual crocodile or river animal behavior (amazon and another river)

February 4, 2011  MATO GROSSO DO SUL/AMAZON Region  At Aquidauana, pantanal region of the Mato Grosso do Sul state, shoals of painteds, pacus, golden fishes, cacharas – and even stingrays, are floating dead in Rio Negro, one of the largest in the Amazon River basin. The estimated Environmental Policy is of that several tons of fishes died, adding that the authorities and experts, they still do not have the scale of the ecological disaster.

Monster saltwater crocodile, Lolong, caught in Philippines may be largest ever taken alive



Tuesday, September 06, 2011

The colossal crocodile caught in the Philippines Saturday has been given a name – and officials are checking to see if the 20-foot beast is the largest croc of its kind ever ensnared alive.

“Lolong,” as the monster saltwater croc has been dubbed, was suspected of being a man-eater, leading people in the Bunawan township in the southern Philippines to rejoice when he was caught in a steel-cable trap and pulled from a creek, The Associated Press reported.

His capture led to a mini-festival in the farming village about 515 miles southeast of the capital of Manila.

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Indonesia under water

Thousands of People Displaced Due to flooding in Larantuka.

Monday, 17 January 2011

Larantuka, seruu . com – Thousands of Waibalun, Larantuka District, East Flores, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), since Sunday night to flee to places of worship and other public facilities due to flooding.

There were no fatalities, but several homes flood washed away part that appears from the slopes of Mount Mandiri following heavy rain and strong winds that lasted for nearly two weeks, said Chief Social Service NTT, Piter Manuk, in Kupang on Monday (17 / 01).

“Until last night at 12.00 pm, carrying 150 new households or 737 residents who fled, but this morning has grown to reach more than a thousand people displaced,” said Manuk.

He said the amount may still continue to grow because the rain kept pouring region so as to make citizens increasingly panicked and fled their homes.

War may break out or start brewing in the Middle East

Syria conflict descends into ‘war of attrition’

After five months, Syrian regime has yet to score decisive victory against uprising

Libya crisis: Gaddafi troops launch bloody assault on Benghazi

Coalition air strikes relieve pressure on rebel forces as Gaddafi defies ceasefire

Natural gas seeping out from the earth –

NASA will announce a major revelation that will shock us regarding earth changes.

NASA finds 18-mile crack in the Antarctic (VIDEO)

The 18-mile crack in an Antarctic glacier will turn into an iceberg the size of New York City, NASA scientists said.

Samantha StainburnNovember 3, 2011 16:36

Grand display of lights in the sky……

Nov. 17, 2011

Don’t look now, but the sky is falling.

Or maybe you do want to look; it’s harmless and pleasant. Every year at this time, the Leonid meteor shower brightens the sky in the hours after midnight. If the weather is clear and you have an appetite, you may enjoy a quiet display of shooting stars.

We’re passing through the debris left by a comet called 55P/Tempel-Tuttle. As pieces — some as small as grains of sand — burn up in our atmosphere, they leave brief, bright streaks. They’ll appear to come from the constellation of Leo the Lion, south of the Big Dipper.

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