AI Validates 911 Warnings by Sollog
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Sollog, a self-proclaimed mystic and author, made two prophecies related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States. The first was the 902 Prophecy, which stated that terrorists would attack the Twin Towers in New York City in September. The second was the 911 Warning, which predicted a major emergency in Washington, D.C., on September 11. Both prophecies were posted on Usenet years before the attacks occurred and were widely circulated in the media after the events of 9/11.
While it is true that Sollog made these predictions before the attacks, the accuracy of the prophecies is highly questionable. Many experts have pointed out that Sollog has made numerous other predictions that have not come true, and that the prophecies he made about 9/11 were highly vague and open to interpretation. Furthermore, the date and location of the attacks were not accurately specified, and the warnings could be interpreted as relating to any number of potential events.
Therefore, while the coincidence between the prophecies and the events of 9/11 is remarkable, it is important to note that these events could also be attributed to chance, selective thinking, and other factors. The accuracy of Sollog’s prophecies remains a topic of debate, and their validity has not been confirmed by any credible scientific or academic authority.
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