North California Town Destroyed

This prediction has happened. Please pray for those who lost lives in this horrible tragedy.

Predictions 10-30-18  I had a visual of a massive inferno, the fire was burning down a town or neighborhood, so much smoke and fire


47 thoughts on “North California Town Destroyed

  1. Eric,SWC,

    Excerpt…other towns and cities..

    How fast is this fire moving? It’s burning up the equivalent of 80 football fields per minute. Residents in towns like Paradise, Chico, Magalia, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek Canyon, Cherokee, and Durham have already been told to evacuate. And emergency responders are doing their best to perform welfare checks on people who are unaccounted for.

  2. Eric,SWC,

    5 deaths..found in vehicles..

    PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — Northern California officials say investigators found five people dead in vehicles that were torched by the flames of a ferocious wildfire.

    The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said Friday the victims were found in the same area in the town of Paradise.

  3. SWC
    Very sad tragic the fires and distruction in California have been in my prayers ..
    Love and light to all suffering unimaginable loss …
    Our news has covered it extensively our thoughts are with you all .

  4. Me and my wife live in Paradise and lost are home to the fire and the hole town is completely gone.

      • Thank you Eric we will be ok I guess we are still in shock and coming to grips of what happened. We are blessed to have so many folks offering to help and friends and family who are offering a place to stay. Your thoughts and prayers mean so much to us and thank you for wanting to offer to help us.

    • BRAD
      Very sorry to hear of your losses .
      Fire is always a great risk here in west Australia as well ..
      Sending you and all so much love and compassion ..
      IT is heart renchhing for you. ..I hope your journey to recovery goes smoothly with allll your needs met …
      Stay safe

    • I am very sorry to hear that Brad. It sounds devastating up there. If you haven’t already done so, find out what resource are available for your from a disaster center. This might be useful at least for now.

    • Brad I’m so very sorry. I just can’t even imagine what that must feel like for you and your wife. The whole town. I am very thankful for your having made it out of the fires with your lives though. Too many have not and for that I know we all feel a large loss right now. My thoughts are with you All.
      Praying for better days head.🙏🏻❤️🌟

  5. I was in Hollywood today and yesterday for doc appointments at UCLA and the smoke coming over the horizon this morning us left me with a terrible cough. The billow fire clouds was high in the air. So surreal. Currently on the train back to San Diego. It’s bad and we have friends in Thousand Oaks and Westwood we haven’t been able to reach. Seems many were evacuating into Beverly Hills as traffic was worse than usual. Had the local LA news on this morning and the live videos had local news crews having to leave areas in a hurry. The extreme sadness comes that first was the dance hall shooting in Thousand Oaks and then they had to evacuate right after. Send prayers. I took photos but this website doesn’t allow to post them. Prayers and hugs to all.

    • Jon Blue,
      Take care of yourself! Blessings to you…
      I have family in Northern,Central and Southern CA, and a nephew in SD.
      Know that train ride😊
      ( think about you often….💌)

    • Jon, I’m thinking of you and praying that you hear from your friends soon. Sending prayers of light and love to all affected by these tragedies. I just can’t imagine how difficult it must be and what these people are going through in either situation…the shooting spree or the fires. Both very sad situations.❤️

  6. Eric,SWC,

    PG&E possible responsibility for fire…

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Shares of PG&E Corp sank 31 percent on Thursday, bringing the loss in its stock market value to nearly $16 billion since the breakout of a deadly wildfire in northern California that investors fear will be blamed on the utility.

    After PG&E warned this week that it could face liability in excess of its insurance coverage if its equipment caused the Camp Fire that a week ago destroyed the town of Paradise, Mizuho analysts on Thursday estimated the company’s potential after-tax exposure from the blaze could reach $13 billion.

    The causes of the Camp Fire, and a second in Southern California, the Woolsey Fire, are still under investigation. Pacific Gas and Electric Co, PG&E’s subsidiary, and Edison International’s Southern California Edison have both told regulators they experienced equipment problems in areas around the times the fires were first reported.


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