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Expert Peter Kling: 2013 - 2017 is key transition ending in positive timeline

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Published on Jul 10, 2013

Expert Peter Kling: 2013-2017 is key transition ending in positive timeline
VANCOUVER, BC -- In an interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Hermeneutics expert Peter Kling explores the timeline from 2013-2017 as a key transition for humanity and the Earth as set out in a 3.5-year period commencing March 21, 2013 (3-21-13). The Old and New Testaments are, according to Mr. Kling, Exopolitical documents containing a history of extraterrestrial and interdimensional relations with humanity and Earth. Decoding these texts, Mr. Kling identifies a first phase of 2014-15 that represents the rollout of the New World Order (a global dictatorship), with trigger dates starting on 4-14-14 and coinciding with four full lunar eclipses and two solar eclipses all of Hebrew holidays, an unprecedented celestial configuration (See Figure A). At around 2016, Armageddon comes as a culmination of this 3.5-year period and is actually, according to Mr. Kling's Exopolitical perspective, a liberation of Earth by advanced ethical Extraterrestrials from the New World Order and oppressive bloodline monarchies and bankers. To add to transformation, earth changes may accompany this transition around 2016 in the form of a Nibiru-like event, with a brown dwarf twin star to our Sun transiting the inner solar system.

2017: A positive timeline

Mr. Kling's analysis shows that by 2017 humanity, with transformed consciousness and DNA, is on a positive timeline.
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www.peterkling.com
Expert Peter Kling: 2013-2017 is key transition ending in positive timeline
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