Stigmatics and a Prophecy Update
By Michael H. Brown
It's time for a look around the prophetic landscape.
What's the current prophetic pulse? Is there one?
There is, of course. In Italy, a stigmatic has a number of messages. In South America continues a certain flow of alleged missives. Peculiarly -- considering all that is going on -- the U.S. has been relatively quiet in the past few years, perhaps simply due to a good number of reputed visionaries moving on to other things, losing their followings, or finding disqualification by their dioceses. More on that in a moment.
Is the stigmatic in Italy issuing real prophecies?
And others elsewhere?
What about errant predictions? (At this juncture, especially seeing the spectacular misfiring of one, around the Inauguration, are we not tired of those?)
There is all that. There is societal, and now Church, turmoil -- developing in a way that's uncannily in the direction laid out on these pages some time ago.
Does the weather really matter, prophetically? Is it starting to capture the spirit -- the zeitgeist -- that now moves? Or is it just -- weather?
Certainly, not every storm can be placed in the category of aeromancy! But as I'll show,current trends continue to parallel a hidden historical period -- one that saw major events -- global circumstances -- and at that, rather mysterious ones.
Call it "hidden history." And call the past prologue.
So dive into this "special report" we will -- starting with that stigmatic, seeing that Lent is now on the horizon.
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