On January 11 2017, I received a short vision in which I was in what appeared to be a large night club. I saw an attractive woman about 30 feet away walking straight towards me at a casual slow pace. She seemed to be in no big hurry as she was looking around as she walked. She had short blond-hair and was all decked out wearing a short white fur coat, a little longer than this photo, but still very short because it was showing almost all her bare legs. End of vision.
I believe her blond hair and white clothes were references to silver, the white metal. Since women are bearish trading symbols, and since her clothes and hair were both short, I believe she represents a downward move in silver prices. She was walking towards me, but was still a good distance away, so I interpreted it to mean the price drop was coming, but there would be a short delay before it starts.
On the day I received this, January 11, spot silver prices traded in the range of $16.53 to $16.87. Silver closed the week within that range at $16.82.
My previous silver price visions have almost all been fulfilled within one week and often within one or two days. My black and white cat vision took two and a half weeks to start, but that was shown in the vision when the cat stopped walking, took a look around and did not start eating from my plate. I was not shown any dates, but I am expecting this lady to arrive sooner than that because she never stopped walking, although she was looking around as she walked.
This information includes interpretations that might not be accurate. It is provided only as a starting point for prayerful consideration and not as a recommendation for investing.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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