When I tune in a little deeper it looks like a false flag is being set up, and at the moment it occurs Russia will be blamed. The US troops will be already aligned in the Ukraine (and also in key locations in the Midwest due to Operation Jade Helm) because as soon as the "blame game" starts Russia will want to attack (and the US and Ukraine need to be ready).
The US appears to be unsure if Russia attack the Ukraine, US or both first, so a defensive plan is being set up.
(Previous reading on Operation Jade Helm linked here.)
A. I see that both Russia and the US have the capability of SCALAR weaponry. I don't see it as being effective enough (or have the ability to control it well enough) to be able to use it in a tactical situation. I also get that the US would be willing to experiment with it, but they are unsure if it would "backfire" on them and end up disabling their own equipment. I also get that many tests have been done with it, and it works in a very unreliable way- as if they waves come out in a full radius (like an unpredictable bomb) versus a straight line or directional (which is the goal)...?
Q. Can you see what will happen to Moldova?
A. Moldova feels safe. I see troops and a lot of movement, but it doesn't have a hostile feel to it. I don't see war activity. Moldova feels far enough away that it won't get involved.
Q. Hi Lynn, JJ here. It seems to me that China is undergoing a major downturn economically... overabundance of property, too much debts/mortgages given out that maybe bad... Do you still see us investing in China currency (as you've read before) or will we need to pull out of our investments and businesses in that country? This must be good for the United States and other countries who don't rely much on China to keep it's exports and businesses sustained. More on the "China Crisis" here:
A. I see China being calculated in their business decisions. I am going into this question with the intent of seeing what the wealthy investors are doing. It looks like they are doing this tactic where they buy up what they can (especially over seas), pay the minimum payments (but consistently pay and have good credit) and are intentionally diversifying themselves very thin. The goal looks to be to have claim on a lot of properties. When the dollar fails, and the value of gold and gold backed currency kicks in (which they will control), they can easily pay their debt (because they will be in control of the money, and their money has a lot of value).. I don't see China being in a bad economic position.
And that's all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-