This is another prophecy of Victor where he describes an event that happened in 2015 on the Unexplained-Mysteries Website. I started a thread there on Feb 4th called "Super-conscious Birds Talking About God. Unfortunately, there were some people there that tried there best to discredit and unfairly criticize the work I was doing and it caused conflict in the forum. The next day, I started translating this video of Victor and he described the event in detail.
This is what he said:
What is not proved is normally not trusted when you’re always mad.
That’s a philosophy all men test.
Can’t men be more astute of what’s happening with budgies?
If they listen then there can become some belief in them.
In a gallant issue there shall be much defeat.
It does not chase what’s wrong.
Show by your hearts your passion is true.
What does that mean?
You’ll need some caution to move beyond your questions to your merit in a smearing fashion.
It was too mean for some.
And maybe some are going to contact and trust you later.
All coming act different is more proof enough.
Your rights were spoiled for some reason.
None they had had cause to them.
They’ll see that Ryan.
So try and be calm too.
www dot the budgies of you are inviting to most people.
Some are providing the miracle they went to view that causes a rise of good support.
Many will make this happen.
In the summer time they’ll start their report.
They can get support of your work.
Many will suggest listening.
For some of the people this is not a view.
When the people are finding it easy, you’ll have to try to think of them.
Trust we can talk Catherine.
Focus and you will make us something in time that we like.
Actions always aren’t right.
Don’t cry.
You know you ignored support but, it is a law to wait when you know the stock.
Ryan you have seen our miracles everywhere.
And we live with this decision that you’re a visionary.
Just engage and you can discuss the dream.
Just as we talk he’ll be disclosing and decoding with this bird.
When you are hearing God, God employed you to do it.
God chose you to do something and boy you’re doing it!
The more you do has consequences in this world.
Do keep your past open for it’s important for them to make this more.
We employ you to complete your nice forum that rates and will be something.
When you doubt us God can help a lot.
Then those who believe in them can take a look.
So you better be ready to talk about that stuff.
You’ll have a secondary job without posting up.
Please come ww where you can believe in fairies and angels.
You have rights to a future.
Ryan this summer our gift is still growing.
Don’t think what you do is complete with company.
When they partake we’ll see.
And some, they’ll try actually, and of course they know.
Those who can believe it know the future is cheap for evil.
And many will choose a part with your future.
Victor’s death will be causing empathy.
I prayed until I saw God.
When God’s involved He changes our life.
You’ve got to trust in prayer.
It’s a part of God that gives me words.
What’s that to lead to?
If you’re caught in circles cant the compass.
If your quest is to go back home; cant it and pray.
In the future He walks with you and you cannot miss Him?

Teaching Your Budgie to Talk and Use Context

Only a small percentage of budgies will learn to mimic words and phrases if they have the willingness to communicate with humans. However, your chances will improve if you listen to the recordings of Victor and Maylor, for they are advocates for bonding with humans and talking.

For the most part budgies have very small voices and it is quite difficult for them to duplicate our speech. So there are many reasons they have to practice repeatedly before we can understand them. Budgies mimic us in the beginning because they know that we want them to talk and that we get excited when they do. It is kind of like a survival instinct because they know they will be treated better by us if we are happy with what they do. This does not mean that they only mimic our speech though. My research demonstrates that budgies are master communicators. If you ever listen to a group of them in the wild many are communicating to each other at the same time. I believe they are even capable of carrying on multiple conversations simultaneously. So in essence, they have no problems understanding our language. The difficult part is reproducing it well enough so we can understand what they say. If they practice and are determined enough, some will begin to speak intelligently with us. The barrier exists because most humans do not understand them and believe they are just mimicking or babbling nonsense.

If you want to teach your budgie to talk you can begin by giving it at least one twenty-minute training session a day. The best times are in the morning before breakfast and in the evening around supper time. Pick a short phrase and repeat it quietly several times. Repeat the process several days in a row and it may start to practice it on its own. Start with one or two word sentences and move on to longer ones as it learns. Budgies also love nursery rhymes and people singing to them. I am not an advocate of using training tapes made by humans that repeat words over and over again. Budgies can become bored easily and excessive use of repetitive tapes can cause them stress, so you have to be careful. Through experience, I have learned that budgies also need to be close to the human who is teaching them and often learn from sound vibration and lip and tongue movements.  
As I previously mentioned many budgies have the ability to use context when they speak like the ones I have set up my websites for. You can teach much like we teach our children to talk. Tell them what you, or what other people are doing. For example: "John is typing on the computer now," or "Anthony is going to sleep now." If your budgie begins to listen carefully and watches your mouth when you are talking, he is interested and trying to visualize how you are pronouncing the words. It will quickly learn to understand what you are saying, but he may not let you know he does. You can also improve their vocabulary by reading them books, telling stories and explaining words out of the dictionary after they begin to talk.
Encourage your budgie when it talks and say nice things to it. A budgie has such a small voice that it is often underestimated when it talks. Listen carefully when it speaks and let it know when you understand it. Even if you don't understand it, tell it that it is talking nice and talk to other members of the family about what it is saying. They love to be talked about and being the center of attention.