I am so sorry this took so long. I got bogged down with work and had a friend translate it for me instead (thanks a bunch Rim Rim!) Again, thanks to all readers for being so patient!
This is what she has so far, apparently there is more to come:
The Palace of Justice will be shaken twice:
The first shaking will be due to a cheap attempt on the life of a justice maker
The second shaking will be due to a famous lawmaker being served (or being prosectuted?)
Obcenities and force between Lebanese officials to the point of fist-fighting. I see things flying around and the intervention of many members of society either to give support to these people or as mediators to break up the argument. This face will take place in an official location.
Two army officials will take part in somewhat of a precise operation. They will succeed in part of it, with one of them in danger. On the other hand, a third army official will fall in a separate operation.
Tony asks here: Is it like something of a coup?
Michel responds: This is the sign I got, this is all I’ll say.
The prosecution of an army figure involved in large and supspicious operations.
An army site in Lebanon will face gunned (or armed) assault.
I see the Minister Ahmad Fatfat looking different, I see a lot of noise surrounding his name in light of attempts at bargaining with the future of Lebanon.
In spite of the progress that FPM official Gebran Bassil attains, I see something of a vengeful attempt reaching him and people close to him, and the same will occur with March 14 MPs Mesbah el Ahdan and Wa’el Abou Faour.
A weird yet intentional fire will break out in an attempt to commit a crime.
Attack on two clergymen from different sects.
An artistical Winter canvas will be seen in Lebanon’s summer – we will witness fog, rainfall and unusual natural phenomenon
Bloodshed at a university in Lebanon.
Some criminals charged with attacking Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea and his wife MP Strida Geagea and people close to them will be caught. What is interesting about them will be their distinctive facial features and accent.
I see a picture including Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah and Progressive Socialist Party leader Chouf MP Walid Jumblatt. No comment.
A painful letter will be written with the blood of a Lebanese Druze figure.
The agreement between Hizbullah and the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) will remain intact despite a conflict that will occur between them.
A radical change among FPM officials, especially the Reform and Change parliamentary bloc.
A Chouf MP will be in danger.
A Lebanese woman will occupy a high position, which will catch attention locally and internationally.
A series of light earthquakes will hit more than one Lebanese region.
Worrying signs seen towards the musical Al Rahbani family.
I see MP Elias Atallah in a critical situation.