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Secret Message Serene Branson Played Backwards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Serene Branson Fan   
Sunday, 20 February 2011 07:40

There has been speculation that Serene Branson may have been possessed by a demon or spirit that may have been channeling a message through her during the Morning News following the Grammy Awards.   Coup Media has already used some dictation technology to try to translate any hidden message in her garbled news cast.  But this video in reverse is the most shocking discovery yet.


Bransons message backwards.

The message nearly sounds like Swedish or some Scandinavian language, in the reversed message, Branson clearly says  "Nevaeh" and possibly what sounds like the word terrorist.

The name Nevaeh is the word "Heaven" spelled backwards. Many erroneous origins for this name are cited elsewhere including that Nevaeh comes from the Spanish term nevar which means to snow. It has no meaning beyond its anagrammatic connection to the word heaven.  What else was Serene Branson Saying about Heaven?  Could she have been alluding to terrorists from heaven about to descend upon the earth?  Perhaps the garbled message was a warning to all who wasted their time watching the Grammy's...


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