Feb 18, 2014

END TIMES PROPHET PREDICTED UNPRECEDENTED EVENTS taking NOW place in the last days of ILLUMINATI END TIMES

From May 25 2011, as Joplin, Missouri and a number of other small towns USA were wiped off the map:
END TIMES PROPHET PREDICTED ** EVERY ** UNPRECEDENTED EVENT taking NOW place in the last days of ILLUMINATI END TIMES
Example of what happened today in a lot of small towns USA, survived in this page from 2007 (1).
4 years later, 18 April 2011, poster replies:
Both the Surry nuclear plant (damaged by tornado) and Fukushima Daichi are on the same parallel.
Does anyone find this interesting? 
I'm just pointing this out. I have no clue. I just know how very odd 60 tornados are on the east coast of the US.
Last Prophet replies:
it is the median center, in terms of population, for those who destroyed the Earth (2).
Now they are destroyed by GOD.
poster asks in repost, 16 Feb 2014 (3), 02/16/2014 10:58 PM:
Why are you sharing this now?
Last Prophet replies:
Southern California produces half of the fruit and vegetables of the US and rain stopped. The rest of the US is almost all frozen (4).
England's very last year without millions of flooded houses is as much behind us as Southern California's winter rain to fill the  breadbasket of the United States.
Notes
For the record, same in 2011 as of today:
06/06/2007 08:15 AM:
Prairies: tornados unseen in small village USA about to strike 2 posts - Last post: 6 Jun 2007
End Times Prophet predicted in the new age *** small town USA must be prepared to be devastated by storm *** any moment, any day ...
(2) Two of the results: 19 March 2008, 11-26-07, 10:33 AM, see photos
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(3) repost 2014
(4) Historically, in 135 years of record-keeping, this has been the driest," Patzert said. "Since July 1, we’ve had less than an inch of rain. 
In January, which is historically our wettest month, we’ve had zero rainfall. In my lifetime, I’ve never seen anything like this.”
”Here in California, we’re the breadbasket of the United States, but also we export tremendous volumes of fruits, vegetables and even cattle overseas," 


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