Yesterday I was reading an online mystic.
Something happens when I do that. I suppose it's like going to an apparition site and being so moved, after you get home you start having locutions or even visions ... and messages to fill a book.
So anyway - I wanted to post an earthquake warning but wasn't real clear about where it would happen. Then, while searching Google for fun gifs, I came across Franco Zeffirelli, who has been on my mind lately - for whatever reason. To make a long story short, I was curious if he had died without my having heard about it. I discovered he is 93 - he was born the same year as my parents, 1923. My parents are dead - so I'm thinking he may not have a long time to live. Which explains my post suggesting he may need our prayers. I am serious about that - he's one of my favorite artists in the world - and I really do pray for him.
I unconsciously phrased the request the way I did because I think I had been influenced by an online mystic and I just wanted to see if I would be 'right' about Zeffirelli.
Still confused? Think I'm crazy?
I was reading an online mystic who talks about things to come ... the presidential elections, the economy, the US dollar, China, Obama, bad weather, and so on. He wrote some stuff demonstrating he had been 'right' about this and that, as well as posting a couple of clarifications on predictions yet to materialize - just in case they don't turn out the way he predicted. He also modestly boasted that old cronies, business friends, political friends, and others are coming around, admitting he was 'right' about this or that, and asking what they should do now - which is such a boost to his credibility - right?*
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Here's my latest prediction:
Beer will soon flow in the streets of La Crosse, Wisconsin; beer will flow from all sides, people will act in unusual ways, almost as if they were drunk - pandemonium will ensue and all will be in tumult ... Yet just as quickly, the rescue will be made manifest. I'm thinking the chaos will commence somewhere between the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel and the Feast of the Guardian Angels, 2016.
Remember - you heard it here first.
Refugees fleeing La Crosse
It could happen.
*If a prophet wants to be right or modestly boasts that he was right, chances are his prophecies are his own and not from God. I might be wrong - but I don't need to be 'right'.