A Prophetic Week Ends With Questions On What Those Auroras And Fires May Mean
By Michael H. Brown
"How mankind responds to this new evil will determine the extent, length, and severity of the first chastisements. These chastisements will differ according to regions, and like the great evil, will not always or usually be immediately noticeable for what they are. In the period also will be a warning that involves not fire from the sky but fear of fire from the sky, and strange loud rumblings."
So said what we call the 1990 prophecy. It is precisely what has occurred: since 1990, natural disasters and other events, including September 11, have jolted us as major regional events, accented again, now, by the historic California fires. Each year we have seen unusual hurricanes or quakes coming along with typhoons or "storms of the century."
The California blazes were a 100-year event, and we are seeing more and more 100-year rarities. As the prophecy said, it has been more the fear of what could happen than what actually transpires: in His mercy, God has halted major loss of life. Thus, what we are seeing so far are really more warnings. Even Hurricane Andrew -- which followed closely on the heels of the 1991 Oakland fires -- killed less than a hundred people.
But these have all been major events, and as the prophecy also said, they would not be noticed for what they are. Chastisements. Not the "great chastisements" said to loom, but certainly precursors. At the same time that California was burning, President George Bush, elected in large part because he is pro-life, announced that while he will sign a bill to ban late-term abortion, the culture is not yet "ready" for a total ban on all abortions. Obviously, he has not made the connection between abortion, other societal transgressions, and the weirdness around us.
Including solar flares. Here's a line from today's Washington Post. "A second huge magnetic solar storm arrived at Earth yesterday, just a day after an earlier one hit the planet in what one astronomer called an unprecedented one-two punch. 'It's like the Earth is looking right down the barrel of a giant gun pointed at us by the sun . . . and it's taken two big shots at us,' said John L. Kohl of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts."
According to the newspaper, Kohl, the principal investigator for an instrument aboard NASA's sun-watching SOHO spacecraft, said the probability of two huge flares aimed directly at Earth coming so close together, as they have this week, is "unprecedented . . . so low that it is a statistical anomaly."
The solar blasts created spectacular auroras -- just as spectacular auroras in 1938 were the "great sign" foreseen at Fatima, preceding the Second World War.
[resources: The Final Hour]
[see also: Fires and prophecy, Solar 'hurricane' hits magnetic field, Storm unprecedented]
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