Prediction: October Hurricanes P2

Thank you Kelsi for the graphic arts. The visual showed a Grey and slightly black color tone for the Florida Hurricane,  normally that represents a moderately destructive storm, however it is expected to bring heavy flooding and damage, the east coast Hurricane is expected to be 3 to 4 times worse. 

It’s not just Florida.. the surrounding states will be flooded.. so awful..  Hurricanes back to back.. Florida and the east coast hurricane .. the government falls into chaos.. unable to provide.. disorderly.. strained and behind.. seriously lacking in any compassion or decency.

The Florida Hurricane flooding happens in the path in between 

I had visual of the number 727. This most likely represents the 27th. Just as they marked 9 with the Florida Hurricane they have marked the 27th with the east coast Hurricane 

The first one strikes Florida: Predictions: The Gulf Hurricanes Coming   “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!

The second Hurricane climbs up the east coast, in the visual it was oddly straight up, the damage will become beyond extensive:

Is this previous message related to the east coast storm? : 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’s coming again.. make no mistake! Areas disappear.. total destruction” Spirit is pointing to 2005, the one event that comes to mind is the tragic events of Hurricane Katrina.

In Yucatán.. Veracruz.. Mexico.. another storm.. horrible 

Below is the link to Part 1 of October Hurricanes

Prediction: October Hurricane


I also want to share several previous accurate predictions about Hurricanes and Typhoons. It is essential that we share this post, this information, so that the warnings will be heeded. I would encourage you to read these accurate predictions as it reflects what is coming very soon.

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Florence

Typhoon Trami

Massive Flooding in Mexico


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38 thoughts on “Prediction: October Hurricanes P2

  1. Looking at that visual, it now makes sense about “the eye will cross the state”. Now the question that remains is that if the flooding covers the entire state or the areas that the storm travels. I’m relived that the storm isn’t going to go over the northeastern part of Florida, but will it see flooding still?

    I have been praying non-stop in hopes that the storms will become weaken or never form.

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  2. I had a dream that my house was surrounded by water. And my street was underwater. I also had another dream that I was in a storm shelter with hundreds of people. I live in Fort Myers. Your prediction makes me nervous.

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  3. Hi Eric,
    I’m concerned about hurricane Rosa. Supposed to be coming either our way or Arizona. I think right now it’s a CAT 4. When it comes to Eastern California and Arizona it’s supposed to be a tropical storm. The target day is Monday. It’s supposed to bring a lot of rain. Do you know if San Diego and Imperial County will be affected? Thank you for your time and consideration to answering my question. I thank God for your gift

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  5. Thanks everyone! The graphic for Florida is very helpful! I just listened to “What I learned from Florence “ on spiritbroadcast.com, very interesting.

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  6. My prayers to Indonesia. I haven’t seen or heard the news for more than 24 hrs. Eric I believe that 727 is an area code, specifically Pinellas County FL. It sits right where the graphic crosses from land to water on the west coast. Flooding would be bad since we are between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay especially if a hurricane hit just north. 13 years ago we had gone through 5 storms as a state with one, Charlie that was very destructive. It had been headed for us but turned and hit Punta Gorda. Irma last year was headed for us but broke up right before it hit. We are due.

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  7. I’ve looked at the latest forecast models and from what I’ve gathered, the Epic one is very likely is the first October hurricane to unfold first. Around Oct. 9th, the models shown a large hurricane that matches the description. So that means that the Florida one will occur on the 27th. However at the time of the model’s data, it shows the Epic one not making a straight path and it went westward. It’s odd that they marked the 9th for Florida and the 27th for the Epic one, yet in the latest models it’s the other way around.

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    • I made a slight error, one of the models I’ve mention that it shown the Epic one moving westwards. It’s actually moving EASTWARDS, not westwards.

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      • It’s a good thing that model is showing the Epic one moving away as opposed to going straight up. We need just keep praying and (from what I heard from other psychics) channeling in positive energy. Hopefully we can prevent the storms from happening or keep them weaken enough.

  8. Eric,SWC,

    Michael

    (Bloomberg) — A collection of thunderstorms over the Caribbean is likely to strengthen into a tropical storm that could strike the Gulf Coast next week between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle.

    The system, northeast of Honduras, has a 70 percent chance of becoming Tropical Storm Michael in the next five days, the National Hurricane Center said Friday. A strike along the Gulf Coast could come as early as Tuesday night, but Wednesday is more likely, said Jeff Masters, co-founder of Weather Underground.

    “I’m thinking somewhere between a 50 mile (81 kilometer) per hour tropical storm that’s really no big deal — and a Category 1 hurricane with 90 mile per hour winds,” Masters said. “Oil rigs would want to start evacuating Tuesday.”

    Alabama, Mississippi and the Florida panhandled will get the worst of the wind and rain, Masters said.

    https://www.bloombergquint.com/business/budding-tropical-storm-threatens-to-menace-u-s-gulf-coast

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  10. Eric,SWC,
    Updates:::
    Active tropical storms
    Name of storm system Location Formed Last update Category Speed Wind Gust Course Wave Wave Source Details

    Sergio (EP21) Pacific Ocean – East September 30 2018 12:00 AM October 09 2018 03:10 AM Hurricane 1 6 km/h 139 km/h 167 km/h 360 ° 3 meters 978 hpa NOAA NHC

    Leslie (AL13) Atlantic Ocean September 23 2018 12:00 AM October 09 2018 03:03 AM Tropical Storm 22 km/h 102 km/h 120 km/h 135 ° 7 meters 983 hpa NOAA NHC

    Luban (05A) Indian Ocean October 08 2018 12:00 AM October 09 2018 03:11 AM Severe Cyclonic Storm 13 km/h 93 km/h 120 km/h 305 ° 4 meters N/A JTWC

    Michael (AL14) Carib Sea October 07 2018 12:00 AM October 09 2018 03:09 AM Hurricane 1 19 km/h 148 km/h 185 km/h 350 ° 6 meters 970 hpa NOAA NHC

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  11. Eric,SWC,
    Update on storms..
    Active tropical storms

    Name of storm system Location Formed Last update Category Speed Wind Gust Course Wave Wave Source Details

    Sergio (EP21) Pacific Ocean – East September 30 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:48 AM Tropical Storm 19 km/h 111 km/h 139 km/h 60 ° 6 meters 991 hpa NOAA NHC

    Leslie (AL13) Atlantic Ocean September 23 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:37 AM Hurricane 1 15 km/h 120 km/h 148 km/h 160 ° 5 meters 981 hpa NOAA NHC

    Titli (06B) Indian Ocean October 09 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:50 AM Severe Cyclonic Storm 13 km/h 102 km/h 130 km/h 325 ° 4 meters N/A JTWC

    Nadine (AL15) Atlantic Ocean October 09 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:43 AM Tropical Storm 13 km/h 74 km/h 93 km/h 315 ° 4 meters 1003 hpa NOAA NHC

    Luban (05A) Indian Ocean October 08 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:52 AM Very Severe Cyclonic Storm 13 km/h 120 km/h 148 km/h 295 ° 6 meters N/A JTWC

    Michael (AL14) Carib Sea October 07 2018 12:00 AM October 10 2018 03:39 AM Hurricane 3 19 km/h 204 km/h 250 km/h 355 ° 6 meters 947 hpa NOAA NHC

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