prophecies from the past…

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I have always felt that something was coming. There was darkness about to fall. But I couldn’t figure out the entirety of it.

When I was younger, I remember having a vision of something that would occur. At that time, I was living in California.

As I stood in the laundry room downstairs, I suddenly saw a vision of the San Francisco Bay Area. The hills that separated the house from the Pacific ocean were pitch black. Fires were dotted along their sides and in the cityscape below.

Without warning, a large, black wave crested over the top of Mount Tamalpais. As it washed over the top, and I was brought back to the present.

I shook me to my core.

We have been told that such a thing could never occur. Tsumanis were always low flowing water, not waves. Yet I wasn’t alone in my vision.

Over the years, I read of others on both coastlines seeing basically the same thing. Hollywood made a movie of this impossible scene, with waves wiping out Manhattan.

So I began to search past prophecies. And I found more than I could imagine.

And from Fatima to Akita, they have not stopped. This world is about to experience times the like of which haven’t been seen since the great Flood.

Here are but a few from times past…

Losing the moral compass

“Men will surrender to the spirit of the age. They will say that if they had lived in our day, faith would be simple and easy. But in their day, things are complex; the Church must be brought up to date and made meaningful to the day’s problems. When the Church and world are one, then those days are at hand.” (St. Antony the Abbot, fourth century)

“Falsehood will characterize that class of men who will sit in judgement to pass sentence according to law: between the father and his son, litigations will subsist. The clergy of the holy church will be addicted to pride and injustice. Women will abandon feelings of delicacy, and cohabit with men out of wedlock.” (St. Senanus, sixth century)

“During this period, many men will abuse of the freedom of conscience conceded to them. It is of such men that Jude the Apostle spoke when he said: ‘These men blaspheme whatever they do not understand; and they corrupt whatever they know naturally as irrational animals do…They will ridicule Christian simplicity; they will call it folly and nonsense, but they will have the highest regard for advanced knowledge, and for the skill by which the axioms of law, the precepts of morality, the Holy Canons and religious dogmas are clouded by senseless questions and elaborate arguments.’ ” (Venerable Bartholomew Holzhauser, seventeenth century)

Timeline of chastisement

“The chastisement will come when carriages go without horses and many accidents fill the world with woe.” (Chernobyl, Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Tohoku earthquake and resulting tsunami destroying the Fukushima nuclear power plant, etc.) “It will come when thoughts are flying around the earth in the twinkling of an eye” (internet) “ when long tunnels are made for horseless machines, when men can fly in the air and ride under the sea, when ships are made wholly of metal, when fire and water great marvels do, when even the poor can read books, and when many taxes are levied for war.” (Mother Shipton, sixteenth century)

“God will punish the world when men have devised marvelous inventions that will lead them to forgetting God. They will have horseless carriages, and they will fly like birds.” (Blessed Rembordt, eighteenth century)

“Before war breaks out again, food will be scarce and expensive. There will be little work for the workers, and fathers will hear their children crying for food. There will be earthquakes and signs in the sun. Toward the end, darkness will cover the earth. When everyone believes peace is assured, when everyone least expects it, the great happening will begin. Revolution will break out in Italy almost at the same time as in France. For some time, the Church will be without a Pope…” (The Ecstatic of Tours, nineteenth century)

Specific to the United States…

“Before the comet comes, many nations, the good excepted, will be scourged by want and famine. The great nation in the ocean that is inhabited by people of different tribes and descent will be devastated by earthquake, storm, and tidal wave. It will be divided and, in great part, submerged. The nature will also have many misfortunes at sea and lose its colonies.” (John of Vitiguerro, thirteenth century)

“In 1946, just after the end of World War II, Terese Neumann, a German stigmatic and mystic, was asked by an American GI if the United States would ever be destroyed or invaded in a war. Her answer was pointed. ‘No, but at the end of this century, America will be destroyed economically by a series of natural disasters.’ “ (Therese Neumann, German mystic, twentieth century)

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