Monday, August 19, 2013

2050 and counting

Coastal Flooding Damage: $1 Trillion a Year by 2050 By Tia Ghose, Staff Writer   |   August 18, 2013 01:58pm ET


Love the article title – SAINT PAUL’S JOKE … damage fits right into the “end of the world” predictions we discussed in July.

Back in 1978, when I wrote “The Prophecy Notebook” – which is now out of print, and thus a collectors item – I wrote about  the Nostradamus prediction of the “manmade mountains” near “New City” being destroyed (New City is a town north of New York City, which, at the time, was New Amsterdam).  As we know, the prediction came true, with the 9/11 destruction of the World Trade Towers.

“The Prophecy Notebook” also discussed Edgar Cayce prophecies in which the ocean would rise and the Gulf of Mexico would connect to the Great Lakes.  As I said in the book, the rise of waters would also have an impact on Florida and New York City – multiple ancient predictions or prophecies point to it.   New York City subways will be flooded – think the practice session represented by SANDY.

Things are coming together – of course, when they do, I’ll be long gone … or easily over 100 years old.

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