Prediction: Hurricane Florence P2

Please everyone stay safe!

The new information:

Right now we are working on two new Hurricane predictions, both of which hit Florida, one is a tropical storm that could become a category 1 or 2, the second is a historically huge Hurricane in October. We also have a North California earthquake expected next month, it is for those reasons that this message falls into play:   “FEMA resources spread thin, economics spread thin, so much rage from the US people as they wait too long.”

Hurricane Florence:  I had a visual of two locations that were marked in red as areas of concern.

The first red outliner was at the shoreline of North Carolina, they marked an area by or around North Myrtle Beach.  “Total collapse.. devastated.” The implication was that a bridge, pier, or building had collapsed, it was a major part of the area.

The second outliner was more inland. “Little Texas.. Baby Texas” I am unclear on the location they are describing.

Here is the list of previous predictions about Hurricane Florence, The new trajectory reflects the loop they talked about:

Prediction: Hurricane Florence  {Posted 9-8-18}  Spirit has confirmed that this prediction about North Carolina is Hurricane Florence or one of the others hurricanes behind it. The number 8 is a date,  happening now. North Carolina has declared a state of emergency.

Predictions: Major Events Coming  {Posted 7-26-18}  I had a visual I was looking out a window to see a very large storm unfold. “N..C.. 8.. 8.. 8”

{Posted 9-8-18} According to Spirit this storm will make landfall next weekend between the 14th-16th. It will hit between two border states. (Perhaps the border between North and South Carolina.)

The Hurricane will strike the coastline and then loop around.

Now we need to gather details for the next storm. I asked for the details and they said ‘wait’. In this message are they saying October 9th?  The message they have so far:

Predictions: The Gulf Hurricanes Coming {8-26-18} “The family.. 9.. handful will pass.. the large Hurricane will strike Florida.. they will say, we are staying.. no! evacuate!.. the storm will move slow and the flooding will be extensive.. you must leave, don’t be a fool!.”

In the visual the hurricane was really huge. They implied October, but I need to verify.

“In the gulf of Mexico a huge storm, it will drown the area of Mexico and Latin America in the worst way, so much flooding.” – Mid to late September

Is this message NC or Florida?

Predictions 9-4-18  I had a visual of a boomerang at a distance dropping a bit and then flying directly towards me. In the visual it looked very similar to a Hurricane sign or a trajectory message.

“13 years ago.. it is coming again.. make no mistake!”

“Areas disappear.. total destruction.”

That would be 2005, and I can only think of two events, Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the December 2004 Tsunami. In the visual the boomerang had to cross a great distance. If it is a Hurricane, that would imply that the Hurricane formed in the Africa region and had to cross over the ocean

Predictions 8-22-18 “In the gulf of Mexico a huge storm, it will drown the area of Mexico and Latin America in the worst way, so much flooding.”

“Eric we need to shift our attention as September and October bring deadly damaging storms”

 

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87 thoughts on “Prediction: Hurricane Florence P2

      • The only Little Texas I know of is actually not a town, but a neighborhood in Kannapolis NC. We do have several towns here that have the same name as cities in Texas. We have a Waco NC, and a Garner NC. Waco, like Kannapolis are mid-state, close to Charlotte. Garner on the other hand is on the east side of NC. It’s not right on the coast, it’s inland. North Myrtle Beach is in SC, not NC, tho it is very close to the border.

      • I forgot, there’s also a Dallas NC. Again, it’s mid state, out near Gastonia/Charlotte.

      • Garner is in the Raleigh/Durham area. I live in eastern NC but I am not far from Raleigh.

        I am concerned about flooding. Survived hurricanes Floyd, Matthew, and Fran. NC is still recovering from them.

        If I had money and a car I would have evacuated by now. I am not in an evacuation zone. I am trusting in Jesus to keep all of us safe.

  1. Florida’s going to get hit by TWO hurricanes? I’m not sure the state is ready to handle two in one year. I still have this strong feeling that most of us won’t get out in time for the mega one and have no choice but to hunker down.

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    • I hear you. We had 4 in 2004 but still Irma last year was the worst by far. We only have 4 main highways out of the state and I95 is on the coast. I have heard of so many horror stories of people getting stranded on the roads when the bands start. Just trying to come up with a plan while trying to maintain everyday life.

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      • Right now I’m going by my intuition that the surrounding area I’m in is a “sweet spot” (small spots of areas within the state that had less damages from the strongest hurricanes). After Irma came and went, my house had zero damages. So I can’t realistically see my entire house gone, flooded, or badly damaged from the upcoming mega one.

        The best I can do for now is pray that the mega one gets weaken by the time it arrives. The prayers worked last year when a supposed mega one was going to unfold (in the model, it 100% matched the prediction) but got destroyed before it could even become a tropical storm. There were multiple ones that were unfolding, but all of those became near misses.

        I just hope the power of prayer works again like it did last year.

      • What state do you live in?

        I-95 is between middle & eastern NC. It follows Highway 301 at times. It tends to be gridlocked during normal conditions.

    • I don’t think Helene is expected to hit anywhere; it’ll dissolve in the ocean. But other hurricanes could form soon, it’s the peak of hurricane season.

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      • It’s weakened to a tropical storm, was headed toward Britain – thought it was headed the other way.

      • Helene is predicted to turn and head for th UK…. but then again that forget could chg too.
        Keep an eye on the weather and pray….that’s all you can really do right now

  2. I googled “Little Texas”. Results from Wikipedia: there is an area of Alabama referred to as Little Texas, and another in Virginia.

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  3. For last minute evacuees, the first link has tips for evacuation. If you can’t afford to stay in a hotel somewhere, what matters is getting to safety, so drive out (even if you have to sleep in your car in another state) or go to a designated shelter.

    The second link is a list of designated shelters in areas in the path of the hurricane

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/hurricane-florence-nears-southeast-coast-tips-mind-evacuating/story?id=57742758

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/hurricane-florence-nears-southeast-coast-tips-mind-evacuating/story?id=57742758

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  4. Bloomerang could be a symbol of going straight north then switch to westward. It could be heading to NC then changed direction to Florida in Jacksonville. Just a tought. Praying it reduces the speed of wind from hurricane Florence. Hopefully all is out of coastlines to higher grounds.

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  5. Near North Myrtle Beach but in NC could be Wilmington (or Carolina Beach/Topsail areas) which are where the news has been focusing on. A friend in Wilmington who stayed told me that so far a little north of Wilmington (Topsail, and near there) is getting hammered the worst.

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  6. My area is under tropical storm watch.

    The flash flood warning is until SUNDAY NIGHT.

    Wind and rain as we speak.

    Please pray the hurricane dissipates and goes out to sea.

    Please pray there is no loss of life, property, and health.

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  7. Just got another FEMA alert.

    If you live in central NC get out NOW.

    FEMA used the words “epic flooding.”

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    • Star48, I read they’ve been able to rescue 200 of them and and are still working on the 150 left. Praying for their safe and successful rescues.🙏🏻❤️🌟

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  8. Eric,SWC,
    Excerpt
    Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, at 7.15am – winds are now up to 80mph
    More than 60 people were rescued from a collapsing hotel in Jacksonville, North Carolina, early on Friday
    Rescue teams are working to free those trapped in New Bern after the nearby Neuse River burst its banks
    The Neuse River near the city is recording more than 10 feet of inundation, the National Hurricane Center said
    Even before Florence hit land, life-threatening storm surge was reported along the coast of the Carolinas
    Also tornado warning have been made…

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6166567/Hurricane-Florence-storm-surge-begins-flooding-hits-North-Carolina.html

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    • Star48, this is the plant with same design as Fukishima I believe. I’d added the links earlier, maybe on previous “Hurricane Florence” prediction. There were two plants that were going to be worrisome. This was one of them.

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    • Star48…Could this have to do with those odd metal rods Eric saw in a previous prediction? I’m going to be praying all of these power plants hold.🙏🏻🌟

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  9. I live 30 minutes south east of Charlotte in Union County and we have never seen flooding like this before. Houses were taken, lives were lost including that of a 1 year old boy & 88 year old man swept away by flood waters. Our roads have been completely washed away. It is a true nightmare and has been such a devastating storm. In many places flood waters rose over cars and mailboxes. We had 15 inches of rain in a matter of hours. Please pray for NC as we begin to rebuild our communities. This is a storm that will be remembered for many years to come.

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    • Anon2018…Praying for you and All of those affected by this storm and for quick recovery and rebuilding to start as soon as possible. Praying for the dissipation of any future hurricanes headed your way!🙏🏻🌟
      Thank You for sharing and please keep us posted.

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  10. Eric,SWC,
    Less food and clothing at shelters…

    Excerpt..
    New rules by Red Cross.on their forms…

    According to their goods donation form, the American Red Cross has several limitations prohibiting community organized collections. The only foods allowed must be in bulk directly from suppliers and transported on pallets.

    Another excerpt:
    Due to a stricter enforcement of its donation regulations, the American Red Cross has suggested donating time, money or blood instead of food and clothes because strict regulations on such items may prohibit them.

    https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2018/09/20/North-Carolina-evacuees-report-less-food-clothing-at-shelters/3981537482106/?lh=5

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  11. Eric,SWC,
    NEW EVACUATIONS…South Carolina

    Excerpt.
    WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A new round of evacuations was ordered in South Carolina as the trillions of gallons of water dumped by Hurricane Florence meanders to the sea, raising river levels and threatening more destruction.

    With the crisis slowly moving to South Carolina, emergency managers on Friday ordered about 500 people to flee homes along the Lynches River. The National Weather Service said the river could reach record flood levels late Saturday or early Sunday, and shelters are open.

    Officials downstream sounded dire alarms, pointing out the property destruction and environmental disasters left in Florence’s wake.

    See.
    https://apnews.com/451bbebd6f23400785258712d9683932

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  13. Eric,SWC,
    Update:::
    Helicopter crews save 100 people and 33 animals

    September 21, 2018 07:58 PM
    Updated September 22, 2018 02:26 PM
    It was pitch dark when the levee broke along the Florence-swollen Cape Fear River, stranding 100 people and 33 animals.

    Helicopter crews from the U.S. Coast Guard and North Carolina National Guard flew in wearing night-vision goggles to find them, NC National Guard Brigadier General Todd Hunt said at a news conference Friday. Gov. Roy Cooper’s office tweeted a video of Hunt’s remarks.

    Read more here
    https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article218824290.html

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  14. Eric,SWC,
    Update:::
    Ten days after Hurricane came ashore,caused fresh chaos Today..Monday 9/24/18
    Excerpt..
    BLADENBORO, N.C. (AP) — Ten days after Hurricane Florence came ashore, the storm caused fresh chaos Monday across the Carolinas, where rivers kept rising and thousands more people were told to be ready to evacuate.

    Authorities urged up to 8,000 people in Georgetown County, on the South Carolina coast, to be prepared to flee from potential flood zones. A “record event” of up to 10 feet (3 meters) of flooding was expected to begin Tuesday near parts of the Pee Dee and Waccamaw rivers, county spokeswoman Jackie Broach-Akers said.

    Residents along the Waccamaw braced for water predicted to peak Wednesday at 22 feet (6.7 meters) near Conway. That’s twice the normal flood stage and far higher than the previous record of 17.9 feet (5.5 meters), according to charts published Monday by the National Weather Service.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/florence-evacuations-continue-north-carolina-rivers-rise-105832903.html

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  15. Eric,SWC,
    Update..
    Thousands told to evacuate..today..in South Carolina..

    Excerpt.
    CHARLESTON, S.C./RALEIGH, N.C. (Reuters) – Thousands of people in the Georgetown, South Carolina, area were urged to evacuate their homes on Tuesday as rainwater unleashed by Hurricane Florence surged down rivers, threatening to submerge some neighborhoods under 10 feet of water.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-storm-florence/thousands-told-to-flee-as-florence-triggered-floods-wash-into-south-carolina-idUSKCN1M512G

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