Let us remember certain old prophecies, and introduce a new one.
One old one (the Blessed Mother, LaSalette, France, 1846):
“The Church will be in eclipse, the world will be in dismay. But now Enoch and Eli will come, filled with the Spirit of God. They will preach with the might of God, and men of good will will believe in God, and many souls will be comforted. They will make great steps forward through the virtue of the Holy Spirit and will condemn the devilish lapses of the Antichrist. Woe to the inhabitants of the earth! There will be bloody wars and famines, plagues and infectious diseases. It will rain with a fearful hail of animals. There will be thunderstorms which will shake cities, earthquakes which will swallow up countries. Voices will be heard in the air. Men will beat their heads against walls, call for their death, and on another side death will be their torment. Blood will flow on all sides. Who will be the victor if God does not shorten the length of the test? All the blood, the tears and prayers of the righteous, God will relent. Enoch and Eli will be put to death. Pagan Rome will disappear. The fire of Heaven will fall and consume three cities. All the universe will be struck with terror and many will let themselves be lead astray because they have not worshipped the true Christ who lives among them. It is time; the sun is darkening; only faith will survive.”
A new one on the virus (anonymous, an addition to the 1990-prophecy locutions, April 3, 2020): “It has come to show men what they do not know of life on earth. It will be accomplished only when humankind reaches a desperate hand to the Almighty Good Who is God above all maelstrom. In perplexity is the opportunity for the humility that humanity has discarded. Never before have men so disdained their humanness and their place in the created order. There is no health without connection to God. He has the life of all in His design. The devil has it in his plans of destruction.”
And let us recall that recently, for the first time in decades, on October 6 that Sister Agnes Sasagawa of Akita, Japan, whose locutions from the Virgin Mary were confirmed by a weeping, Church-authenticated statue going back to 1973, was told that we had to: “put on ashes and pray a repentant Rosary every day” — reminding us of Jonah’s warnings about forty days before Nineveh’s doom.
Noted a viewer soon after:
“This virus seems different than previous scares, and originated in early December right about the time 40 days would have passed from Sister Sasagawa’s call to put on ashes (Jonah and the 40 days were inferred from her vision)” [see more here].
From Michael Brown’s book, Fear of Fire:
“Destruction would pave the way to authority by a small number with global authority as humans struggled to reorganize. They would seem ‘benevolent.’ Whoever or whatever group was most organized would be equipped to fill the economic and political vacuum in reestablishing order as well as an infrastructure. One can imagine the systems of communications and transportation in a state of disarray or largely non-existent after a large disaster. It took the collapse of just two towers in New York to bring transportation across the United States to a screeching halt for a week.
“Or, epidemics. A disease like swine flu, bird influenza, hemorrhagic viruses (such as ebola), or most likely something entirely new and reconfigured would cause panic and the same kind of decimation as an instant cataclysm. The need for order—in the wake of that breakdown (which might kill leaders, destroy the communication grid, and totally disrupt the transportation of goods, particularly food and gasoline)—would be paramount. The prophecy explicitly stated that it was “not speaking of a barren world, or one depopulated,” but a greatly disrupted one. And so the question became: in paving the way for a nefarious personage, what would a world after chastisements, or at least initial events, look like?” (2013)
And so it goes.
Suddenly, so many more than usual believe.
[Footnote from the mail:
“Blessings and Prayers to you Michael, Lisa, and Family! Thank you Michael and Lisa for all you do for us through Spirit Daily! I just finished reading the new special report! I want you to know Michael, I was at that conference in Sacramento in 2001! My cousin and I attended it together and I so remember you saying loudly what you said! That Tuesday morning while driving to work here in Walnut Creek California, I was listening to the news on the radio about what was occurring at the World Trade Center! The second tower had just been hit before I parked at my school! My cousin who came with me to the conference was on her way to work in San Francisco on Bart! When I was able to get ahold of her we both said at the same time, ‘What Did Michael Brown Just Say To Us All On Sunday!’ We were chilled to the bone to say the least! May Our Lord Through the Intercession Of Our Holy Mother and St. Michael Deliver Us From The Evil One and all those who seek to harm us! Amen! Take care, Cathy Aiello-Clark”