05.16.2007 Guillotine in Iraq

Night Vision

Revelation that multiple people will be beheaded in Iraq

Fulfilled: 43 days later on 06/28/2007


Just before I woke up the morning of May 16, 2007 I had a night vision.  I was suddenly standing in an open area where there was dirt, grass and I could see a few trees.  I knew I was in Iraq.  About 10 feet away from me and just slightly to the left of center hung a huge, bright sliver blade.  It was about 4 or 5 feet long and about 18 inches tall.  It was suspended in mid air with nothing holding it about 2 or 3 feet above the ground.   Immediately when I saw it I cringed for I knew it was a guillotine and they were going to cut off peoples heads.  Then I realized that the bottom edge of this guillotine type blade was serrated like a knife and I cringed again thinking, “They’re going to SAW people’s heads off.”  Then with this I realized as I stared at this blade that each serriation was wide enough to go across someones neck and I knew that they were going to cut off multiple heads at once.  At this I woke up.


When I woke up I got up and documented this vision and prayed.  I didn’t know if this was a threat to our troops in Iraq or who it was a threat to.  I just knew that Iraqi’s would do this.  I knew that it would be multiple beheadings and that sawing off these peoples heads was a deliberate act of violent cruelty, torture and demonic barbarism.

On the morning of June 28, 2007, just 43 days later, I sat down with my morning coffee and my laptop, and one of that days headlines on my home page news was:

Iraqi Police Find 20 Beheaded Bodies Southeast of Baghdad
Thursday, June 28, 2007

The dead — all men aged 20 to 40 years old — had their hands and legs bound, and some of the heads were found next to the bodies, the officers said on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to release the information.

In researching this, I found articles stating that a large, serrated knife is preferred so as to saw the heads off of their victims.

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