Hurricane Michael is Now Category 3

Please pray for the safety of all those in Florida and surrounding states.

Spirit predicted this would unfold today on October 9, and the storm is about to strike. The message “The Florida Hurricane flooding happens in the path in between” now seems to be a reference to the border of Alabama and Georgia. 

I cannot empathize enough the need to share this post. We are expecting three hurricanes back to back, this is the first one.  It is essential we prepare for the coming Hurricanes. The mega Hurricane is expected around the 27th as it reads in the prediction ofPrediction: October Hurricane

Here is the predictions about Hurricane Michael, though accurate on timing and location we do need to improve on our predicted trajectory:

Posted August 26th 2018:  Predictions: The Gulf Hurricanes Coming

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!
In the visual the hurricane was really huge. They implied October, but I need to verify
The Florida Hurricane flooding happens in the path in between

Also this old prediction seems to be talking about Hurricane Michael: 

Prediction: The Florida Hurricane“A massive hurricane will consume Florida in the worst way.. everyone.. everyone in the southern and mid section needs to leave.. LEAVE! There is no part that is safe.”
“Tide.. Tide.. even the inlands will suffer.”
“10    513”
Spirit what does 10 mean? I asked
“October.. in 20 minutes (days).. in less than 1 hour (month).” — Spirit Responded
20 minutes would imply a timeframe between the 10th-12th of October.

44 thoughts on “Hurricane Michael is Now Category 3

  1. Eric,,
    Update::projected to be Cat 4
    A powerful storm system named Michael is churning over the Gulf of Mexico — and with maximum sustained winds around 120 mph, it’s officially a Category 3 hurricane, but is projected to become a category 4 storm by time it reaches landfall
    A powerful hurricane named Michael is churning over the Gulf of Mexico — and with maximum sustained winds around 120 mph, it’s officially a Category 3 hurricane. Forecasters say the storm could bring heavy rainfall, storm surges and fierce winds to the northeastern Gulf Coast.

  2. I am asking everyone for help, all my fans, readers, followers, please share this post, if you use ATS please start a thread, share it in comment sections of news outlets about the Hurricane, Twitter, FB, email, other paranormal sites, we must warn people that there is more hurricanes coming. The worst still to come.

  3. Hi Eric,

    I am praying so hard for these people! I have a friend who lives just outside of Destin and because the storm is predicted to landfall just to their East, they are staying. I’m reaching out to her this morning to please leave now. The only part that confuses me on this prediction is that it speaks of Central and south Florida and we aren’t affected by this. My fear is that this storm is so bad, it’s going to block our way out before the next one comes in maybe? So much destruction and no time to fix it before we all have to evacuate? Also, do you think Michael will cross over to the Atlantic and bulls back up to strike the east coast? It’s a massive storm!

    1. Kimberly that is what the guy on “In2thinair” latest video update from yesterday is saying. That when it gets over to the states on the Atlantic side the warm waters will just be added fuel for the storm. Praying for all of you. Here is that link.

  4. Hurricane Hunters latest flight through hurricane Michael now picking up 150 mph winds.
    Praying for all Floridians as Hurricane Michael comes in. Praying for all those within the path of this far reaching hurricane. 🙏🏻🌟❤️

  5. Eric could the reference of “the path in between”, mean the path in the middle? If you look at a weather map of where the worst flooding will occur it is in the middle of the FL panhandle area. Calling for 14 ft surges now. That’s over top of houses.

  6. Eric,SWC,
    Updated Public Advisory..
    Hit at 155 mph…(two miles short of Cat 5)
    STORM SURGE: The combination of a dangerous storm surge and the
    tide will cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by
    rising waters moving inland from the shoreline. The water has the
    potential to reach the following heights above ground if peak surge
    occurs at the time of high tide…

    Tyndall Air Force Base FL to Aucilla River FL…9-14 ft
    Okaloosa/Walton County Line FL to Tyndall Air Force Base FL…6-9 ft
    Aucilla River FL to Cedar Key FL…6-9 ft
    Cedar Key FL to Chassahowitzka FL…4-6 ft
    Chassahowitzka to Anna Maria Island FL including Tampa Bay…2-4 ft
    Sound side of the North Carolina Outer Banks from Ocracoke Inlet to
    Duck…2-4 ft

  7. Kim, good point. Mexico beach could be the Mexico in Eric’s prediction. Eric, it seems you have nailed the location that will likely be one of the most devastate when all is said and done. You just didn’t know Spirit was referring to Mexico Beach, Florida..

    1. Tempestmm326,

      Okay if I just call you tempest?

      Glad you posted that info –saw it and got involved with something else and did not post..
      thx for doing it!
      Since he was going to do it Election Day ( Gathering ) and doing it in Wash DC ..
      Sounds like it is one of the plots!
      Eric, is the final word…let’s watch and see….

  8. hi Eric what yu think Saudi Arabia journalist kidnap and killed inside Saudi Arabia embassy In Istanbul Turkey can couse Saudi Arabia kingdom collapse this event .

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