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Did Someone Specifically Warn Us About Hurricane Hilary All The Way Back In 2011?

I have got to tell this story, because nobody else seems to be telling it.

I shared this with my core supporters, but in light of everything that has just transpired I feel compelled to issue a warning for the entire nation. If this warning resonates with your spirit, please share it as widely as you can. I need your help to get this message to as many people as possible, because there is only so much that I can do on my own. If we know that disaster is coming to the state of California, it is our responsibility to warn the people.

In 2011, John Paul Jackson shared some very alarming things about California that he had been shown during a supernatural experience with God.

He was shown that the state would be hit by a “hurricane of incredible force” or “a storm of incredible force”.

But this storm was not to be the main event. John Paul Jackson was shown that this would be the final sign before “the Big One” hits California.

And once “the Big One” hits California, John Paul Jackson saw that the shape of the state will be permanently changed.

So did John Paul Jackson specifically warn us about Hurricane Hilary all the way back in 2011? Here is the video

All these years, there have been some of us that have been waiting for a storm that perfectly fits his description.

To me, it appears that it has finally happened. The following is a very rough transcript of John Paul Jackson’s remarks…

“There is a an earthquake that has been predicted to devastate California. Meaning skyscrapers are going to fall that the shape of the United States will change after that earthquake. That won’t happen until after there’s a storm – a major storm is going to come to California. It’s either a hurricane of incredible force, or it is a storm of incredible force. But a great, great hurricane or incredible force is going to come to California, and the earthquake that destroys it will not happen until after that takes place. So there’s a way of saying, okay, I have time, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be an earthquake tomorrow 7.5 you know, or next week or two weeks from now of some some magnitude. I’m talking about the one that changes the shape of California where you don’t want to live in California, anywhere in California, when that happens or perhaps even most of the west coast. Where an inland ocean is formed and Baja becomes an island and the mouth of the inland ocean forms between between San Diego and Los Angeles. That is not going happen before that that storm comes. That is a sign that God is giving to the people- don’t worry about that big one. Because this sign will happen first.”

Hilary was the first storm to be officially classified as a “tropical storm” over the state of California since 1939.

So this was an extremely rare event.

But even if this was the final warning that John Paul Jackson warned us about, we do not know the length of the interval between the storm and “the Big One”.

It could be days, it could be weeks, it could be months, or it could be years.

We just don’t know.

What we do know is that Hilary behaved very oddly. At one point, the path of the storm made a very unusual turn that took it directly over the heart of Los Angeles

For days, forecasters have tried to determine the path of Hilary as it morphed from a Category 4 hurricane in the Pacific Ocean to an exceedingly rare tropical storm that entered Southern California. But the trail of Hilary took an interesting turn Sunday night, as the storm made a trek from the Inland Empire to the heart of Los Angeles. The center of the storm went from being east of Murrieta in Riverside County at 5 p.m. to above Compton around 8 p.m., according to the National Hurricane Center.

So if Hilary was a sign that “the Big One” is going to hit Los Angeles, this would make all the sense in the world.

As the storm battered southern California, people were literally climbing trees in order to escape “dangerous floodwaters and mudslides”…

Panicking Californians were trapped in cars and climbed trees in bid to escape dangerous floodwaters and mudslides as Tropical Storm Hilary battered the state bringing down bridges and powerlines and leaving vehicles stranded on flooded roads. The first tropical storm to hit Southern California in 84 years brought havoc across the state, leaving 25million people under flood warnings and schools to close today following fears of devastating destruction. The state has seen record levels of downpours with mountain and desert areas predicted to get 5 to 10 inches of rain today, as much as the deserts typically see in a year while yesterday Ventura county saw up to two inches of rain fall within two hours.

This was the first tropical storm to hit southern California in 84 years, and some areas received staggering amounts of rain

In the last 48 hours, the National Weather Service recorded six places in Los Angeles County with over 5 inches of rainfall. In the weather service’s 7 p.m. update, Leona Valley recorded 6.15 inches in the last 48 hours. Lewis Ranch saw 5.94 inches, while Saugus and Lake Palmdale both had over 5 inches. In the metro area, Beverly Hills had 2.51 inches, while L.A.’s downtown had 1.76 inches. August is typically the driest month of the year for the Los Angeles area. According to the weather service’s Los Angeles office, Deals Flat in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains received an incredible 0.47 inch in 10 minutes.

By now, you have probably seen the photographs of Dodger Stadium.

At one point, it literally looked like an island because it was completely surrounded by water

Conditions at Dodger Stadium have now returned to normal, but the same thing cannot be said about Cathedral City.

Some residents woke up on Monday morning only to find that they were trapped in their own homes by massive amounts of mud and sand…

Cathedral city residents awoke Monday to find themselves trapped in their homes due to mud pile up and their cars strewn far and wide after tropical storm Hilary ravaged the area. Residents of the city immediately south of Palm Springs, experienced a ‘debris flow’ that included significant amounts of mud and sand landing in front of some of their homes. Firefighters are currently going ‘house-to-house’ to make sure that people who want to get out can leave, fire chief Michael Contreras told CNN.

So was this it?

Was this what John Paul Jackson saw?

I believe that it was.

That means that there is nothing holding back “the Big One” now.

In Lost Prophecies Of The Future Of America, I shared many other prophecies about the future earthquake that will dramatically change the geography of southern California someday.

We have been warned again and again and again that this is going to happen.

Of course most people that live in California do not want to listen to such warnings.

But we are going to keep sounding the alarm, because that is what we have been called to do.


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