In a groundbreaking analysis, Scientist Jeyaprabhu, known as AYYA ji, sheds light on a series of pivotal events that occurred in 2014, pointing to an attempt to disrupt the global economy and potentially trigger World War III. This revelation, extracted from news articles published in March and July of that year, underscores the critical role that science can play in shaping the future.
One of the key events discussed in these articles is the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 on the Ukraine-Russia border in the Donetsk region. Scientist Jeyaprabhu asserted that this tragedy, caused by an unmanned airborne vehicle, was orchestrated to slow down the global economy and set the stage for a larger conflict, the Ukraine-Russia war. Notably, Jeyaprabhu also played a pivotal role in locating the wreckage of Flight MH370, which mysteriously vanished in March 2014.
In the years that followed, Jeyaprabhu shifted his focus to spiritualism as a means of enhancing his understanding of science. Through this journey, he honed his ability to interpret early warning signals from the Earth and the universe, enabling him to anticipate catastrophic events that could jeopardize humanity and the planet. This proactive approach empowers us to take timely corrective actions.
In 2018, long before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jeyaprabhu predicted the emergence of a contagious illness that would force people to stay indoors, halt international travel, claim countless lives, and disrupt local economies. He also offered guidance on how individuals could safeguard themselves and their families during these trying times.
Now, Jeyaprabhu warns of a new impending crisis, driven by the adverse effects of unabated mercury usage. His life’s work encompasses a dedication to science, taking him from bustling city life to cutting-edge laboratories, ground-level research in rural communities, and periods of solitude in nature. All these efforts are geared toward one overarching objective: serving humanity and preserving our planet for a brighter future.
Mercury, a ubiquitous element, is not only found in thermometers but also in modern digital devices, including mobile phones. With 2 mg of mercury in each mobile phone and 5.5 billion users worldwide, its environmental impact is substantial. Moreover, the term “mercurial” signifies erratic and unpredictable shifts in mood, a characteristic affecting countless individuals who unknowingly suffer from the toxic ions emitted by their mobile phones.
Jeyaprabhu’s latest predictions include:
– A significant global economic slowdown due to the toxic ions emitted by mercury in digital devices, particularly mobile phones.
– The degradation of human behavior, resulting in heightened negativity, impatience, reduced compassion, and increased confrontational attitudes.
– Adverse effects on the Earth, including higher temperatures, fostering conflict and diminishing economic prosperity across nations.
– Disruption of communication technologies, leading to system malfunctions and chaos.
If immediate steps are not taken to address these issues, Jeyaprabhu foresees:
– The potential emergence of multiple wars, potentially escalating to World War III.
– A substantial global economic downturn.
– A loss of trust in established systems, leading to chaos.
The most vulnerable to these repercussions are small businesses, the cornerstone of income and employment worldwide. Moreover, communication technologies may be at risk of interference and malfunction, further eroding trust in established systems.
Scientist Jeyaprabhu emphasizes that, “Given that a future without mobile phones is impossible to imagine,” our focus should shift to eliminating mercury usage in mobile devices and mitigating its harmful effects on both the environment and humanity. This is achievable if global leaders take these issues seriously, engaging in effective policy-making and innovative problem-solving.
Key areas for attention include:
– Managing mercury waste on Earth effectively.
– Exploring the possibility of eliminating mercury from mobile phones or minimizing its impact on devices regularly used by people.
Jeyaprabhu urges world leaders to act swiftly and decisively, initiating discussions to address the dual challenges posed by mercury. Together, we can create a happier and more sustainable world for ourselves and future generations.