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[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Prophecy: Flooding, A Warning Before War Breaks Out

Prophecy: Flooding, A Warning Before War Breaks Out
By:  Eric Gajewski

The Blessed Virgin Mary warned that flooding all over the world would be a sign that world war would soon break out.  You wont see alot of this coverage on the mainstream news.

Blessed Virgin Mary to Blessed Aiello of Italy:
SCOURGE IS NEAR AT HAND, The justice of God is weighing upon the world. Mankind, defiled in the mire, soon will be washed in its own blood, by disease; by famine; by earthquakes; by cloudbursts, tornadoes, floods, and terrible storms; and by war. But men ignore all these warnings, and are unwilling to be convinced that my tears (Weeping Madonna of Sicily?), are plain signs to serve notice that tragic events are hanging over the world, and that the hours of great trials are at hand’.
“Tremendous scourges are impending over the world, and various nations are struck by epidemics, famines, great earthquakes, terrific hurricanes, with overflowing rivers and seas, which bring ruin and death.”

If the people do not recognize in these scourges (of nature) the warnings of Divine Mercy, and do not return to God with truly Christian living, ANOTHER TERRIBLE WAR WILL COME FROM THE EAST TO THE WEST. RUSSIA WITH HER SECRET ARMIES WILL BATTLE AMERICA; WILL OVERRUN EUROPE.

Hurricane Matthew Death Toll Climbs to 108 in Haiti, Heads to United States

Hurricane Matthew has left at least 108 people dead in Haiti, the country’s embassy announced on Thursday while suggesting the death toll could rise because some inaccessible areas have not yet been accounted for. In addition, four people were also killed in the Dominican Republic and one each in Colombia and in the island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The storm is currently in the Bahamas, where forecasters warned of “devastating impacts” from rain, wind and floods.
The storm is currently a catastrophic Category 4 with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph, according to a 2 p.m. ET update from the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Matthew was about 65 miles south-southeast of Freeport,the main city on Grand Bahama island. The storm also heavily impacted the capital Nassau on New Providence island — home to about 70 percent of the country’s 250,000 residents. READ MORE

Areas Of Tampa Bay May Be left Uninhabitable for Weeks or Months

As of 5 a.m. Thursday morning, Storm Team 8 meteorologists say Matthew has top sustained winds of 125 mph and is moving northwest at 12 mph. Tropical Storm force winds extend 160 miles. “Hurricane Matthew is expected to ride right along Florida’s east coast tomorrow as a dangerous Category 4 hurricane. The storm looks to curve back around south by early next week, so the storm will bear watching all the way into the middle of next week to see if we could see even more Florida impacts,” said Storm Team 8 Chief Meteorologist Leigh Spann.
“The Tampa Bay area will feel strong wind starting tonight and through the day Friday. Those winds will reach tropical storm force gusts at times, especially for areas east of I-75. The heaviest rain will also be in Polk, Highlands and Hardee counties where 2-4 inches of rain is possible by tomorrow night. Other parts of the Tampa Bay area will receive 1-2 inches of rain. ,” said Storm Team 8 Chief Meteorologist Leigh Spann. READ MORE

Deadly flooding strikes Australia, Residents evacuated, Highest Levels in 20 Years

Residents in a number of homes and businesses in Victoria’s north-east have been evacuated while more than a thousand properties are without power as rivers again swell to major flood levels. Residents who live in low-lying areas in Myrtleford have been urged to evacuate and seek refuge at a relief centre set up at the Myrtleford Senior Citizens Centre, after more than 70mm of rain fell in the area in past 24 hours.
In the nearby town of Tarrawingee, a man had to be rescued from his back of his truck after he became trapped in rising floodwaters earlier today. The man, in his 50s, was eventually handed a life jacket from emergency crews before being pulled to safety. READ MORE

Rare Deadly Typhoon Chaba Slams South Korea with massive waves and flooding

Typhoon Chaba hit the southern parts of South Korea Wednesday, leading to casualties among local population. At least three people were killed and three others went missing after the typhoon swept over South Korean island of Jeju and the cities of Busan and Ulsan, according to national KBS broadcaster.
The rainfall due to typhoon Chaba reached over 120 millimeters (4 inches) in some areas of the country, according to the Korean Meteorological Administration. About 58,000 houses are left without power in Busan and Jeju Island. The typhoon has reportedly disrupted transport services and air traffic. Typhoon Chaba hammered parts of Japan’s Okinawa prefecture on Monday, bringing more than 200 millimeters of rainfall. Over 590,000 residents of the Japanese Okinawa Prefecture were prepared for evacuation. READ MORE