Australia Cyclone Debbie

This prediction has happened. Please pray for the safety of those in Australia.

Timing is off.

Predictions 2-14-16   I had a visual of this massive flood sweeping up everything in its path, like a raging river, structures were turned to rubble, the debris floated along with the current.

I had a visual of a world map, the Spirits marked the Northern shore of Australia, the overall image was very small making it difficult to narrow down a specific location, however it was in the central part putting it in the Northern Territory of Australia “This will be flooded within weeks.”

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13 thoughts on “Australia Cyclone Debbie

  1. Good morning Eric. The cyclone actually formed off the east coast of Qld, about two thirds up towards the top and then slowly moved towards the coast. As it did it slowed and created a Cat 4/5 cyclone. It was to have hit at a place called Cardwell but with it’s slowing, it drifted southward and finally hit the coast at Cannonvale, Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour, all part of the Whitsundays. It struck land as a Cat 3/4 and then moved inland, travelling southeast towards NSW. It was a very tight cyclone and really should have inflicted far more damage and deaths. Thankfully it didin’t.
    Yesterday it struck us here in the Bundaberg area and last night is crossed the border into NSW. What is stunning is with such a magnitude cyclone, there was only one loss of life so far reported and that happened before the cyclone as a person were evacuating. Damage is very high, especially in Shute Harbour where the boats were moored and some damage to shops in Airlie.
    Flooding is currently the concern with most of the waterways in the cyclones path.
    Great news is that the cyclone broke the two year drought we’ve been going through.
    Hope you don’t mind the update from someone in the middle of it.
    Pete

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    • Pete medium
      Hi from west Aus..
      we are thinking of you all in Queensland and into N.S.W.
      I was worried a couple of weeks ago when we we talking droughts was hoping rains would come gradually to give time for rehydration..
      Debbie put pay to that..
      You mob over there are going through the hoop ..
      stay safe.. best of help to you all ..

      but De

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      • Thanks Debbie. Sadly all those places north of Airlie got nothing. They’re still in drought. I’m wondering if we’re not in for further cyclone, especially up in the Gulf or over your way. Lets hope they just good lows bringing heaps on needed rain.

    • Update- this is pretty insane (especially where it is) but sounds like there are no civilian injuries. (I am not clear yet on first responders, but they aren’t referencing any).

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      • You’re welcome – couldn’t remember. There was miraculously no actual injury or loss of life so makes sense. Thank god. When I first posted I thought it was going to turn out pretty awful from location and amount of smoke in the air here. Incredible nobody was hurt.

  2. Hey there,
    I am in NSW, Australia which is south of where Cyclone Debbie hit in north QLD.. There are fears people have perished by the floods happening right now as a result of Debbie.
    This disaster is far from over.
    Praying for everyone. This is bad.

    Reply
    • Ajay Blackie
      Glad to hear from you ..
      All my prayers and thoughts have been with you all ..as Im sure most of us in Aus are ..also all our SWC are thinking of you with prayers ..
      Not seen anything on this scale before ..
      please stay safe look after yourself
      above all keep in touch ..let us know how its doing for you all ..
      love from West Australia 💖👍

      Reply

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