Sunday, August 19, 2007


Well somehow missed this one. Via Phoenix Preacher.

It was unveiled to us since 1985 that the collapse of
the Roman Catholic Church will occur on August 7, 2007.

The Holy Bible described to us how the GREAT CITY, which refers to the
VATICAN CITY of the Roman Catholic Church, will be destroyed as stated:

"And there were voices, and thunders, and lightnings; and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great." (Rev. 16:18 KJV). The GREAT CITY OF BABYLON split into three sections, and the cities of many nations fell into heaps of rubble. So God remembered all of Babylon's sins, he made her drink the cup that was filled with the wine of his fierce wrath. And every island
disappeared and all the mountains were leveled." (Revelation 16:19-20 NLT).

NOTE: As stated above the GREAT CITY OF BABYLON will split into three sections which means fissures will form to split it into three sections. Also, cities of many nations fell into heaps of rubble. So, the city of Rome in Italy is not the only one that will be ruined but also cities of neighboring countries.

What will occur on August 7, 2007 will be the worst earthquake in the history of mankind. It will be
an ultimate earthquake. Most likely this earthquake will also produce an ultimate tsunami.

The undersea Indian Ocean earthquake that occured on December 26, 2004 which devastated Thailand and other countries in the Indian Ocean region is a prelude on the devastation that will occur on August 7, 2007. Italy and the neighboring countries together with its islands in the Mediterranean Sea will see devastation which is unimaginable. Between Spain, France, and Italy are islands like Sardinia, Corsica, Majorca, Ibiza, Isla de Cabrera, Isla de Frontera, and Minorca.

Also, countries in
Northern Africa are bordering the Mediterranean Sea like Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. They are also in danger of being hit by tsunami. There are many other nations that are bordering the Mediterranean Sea as you can see on the map.


Bummer how those pesky dates can get in the way of a good interpretation.

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