Hurricane Dorian

The Spirits have a new message in regards to the Florida Hurricane they predicted in July. I will try and add any further details they might have.

I had a visual of a small bowel on a table. Inside the bowel was smashed crackers and soup. Then the visual shifted to show multiple locations flooded by water. Then it shifted to show a river overflowed with water. Then I hear “Florida”

River? The first message of crackers is a reflection of damage. I think the point they are trying to make is that even though Dorian is a smaller Hurricane she still has damage to bring.

Here is the prediction made in July about Dorian, the last message could also be related, 9 could be September, but hat could have also had ties to the previous Florida hurricane:


“State of Emergency”

WORLD PREDICTIONS 7-16-19 My focus continues on New Zealand. I am still working on a date. However they now have new messages, a major hurricane is expected to strike Florida and surrounding areas. Both messages are a focus moving forward.

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!.”

65 thoughts on “Hurricane Dorian

  1. Can the crackers and soup relate to sinkholes? That the ground will crack from the flooding?

    1. They use crackers for earthquakes as well, I did not say this because it sounded too alarming but normally they use crackers when they refuse to show me the actual damage because it might be too traumatic for me to see, it’s done to protect me.

  2. Eric,SWC,

    Update ✔️

    Florida braces as Hurricane Dorian strengthens to Category 3: Drivers abandon cars at gas stations, fuel runs out and supermarket shelves are emptied as 10 MILLION people in the cross-hairs prepare for storm that could be a CATEGORY 5 by Labor Day

    🔷A new model predicts that 7.5 million Florida residents will lose power as a result of Hurricane Dorian
    🔷The storm’s maximum sustained winds increased on Friday morning to near 110mph near the Bahamas
    🔷Dorian became an extremely dangerous Category 3 storm on Friday afternoon
    🔷The Trump administration said it is preparing for Dorian’s arrival by shipping supplies to affected areas
    🔷Meteorologists say the storm could be comparable to Hurricane Andrew, which devastated Florida in 1992
    🔷Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for all of Florida’s 67 counties on Thursday
    🔷Some meteorologists warned that Dorian could hit as a Category 5 because it has developed an eye

  3. Thank you for this.

    I am glad the Caribbean did not suffer much.

    I am not a “professional” seer. I do not own or operate a blog, webpage, or YouTube. I have been warning people on another seer site to leave Florida NOW. I have been saying that for days.

    Prayers for everyone in the path.

  4. crackers?!

    “”What is a Florida Cracker?
    Florida folk singers will tell you all about the tough Scots-Irish pioneers who tamed the Florida frontier. They are the great grandparents of today’s Crackers.””
    —the original settlers of florida. could mean all of the people of florida.

    the St Johns river is like 250 miles long and runs from south of Orlando to Jacksonville. all of the river is like 60 feet above sea level for its entire length. basically it is one long lake. I can Imagine what 10 to 20 inches of rain will do this to this river!


    1. Thinking the same thing about the crackers. I was wondering about the Santa Fe river a little more north. You may be right.

    2. I think Eric said it had to do with the damage done. Perhaps crackers and soup is referring to there being issues involved with water also.
      But just to add, in the current day, if you are someone living in the Southeastern US and an African American calls you a “Cracker” it’s more than likely meant as a derogatory slur referring to your being a “redneck” or “poor white trash”.

    3. Freestone, LunaTic … take a look at the map on here with the St John’s River corresponding watersheds. It comes in at “Indian River County” flowing North. If this gets a storm surge being pushed into the area during the king tide I’m wondering what will be the outcome for these watersheds. Praying for Florida. Have family in the Middle St John’s River Basin. Which reminds me of a prediction of Eric’s that spoke about the middle of Florida. 🤔

    1. Jules, that is exactly what I thought of-Indian River. It’s a lagoon that separates the barrier islands from the mainland and stretches for miles and miles. There are a few inlets to allow the ocean and lagoons to interact. Where I live in Brevard County they have pretty much allowed the entire barrier islands to be built up. It’s a shame and some day they WILL be wiped out. Storm surge around these areas could cause some serious damage.

  5. SWC, here is an update on hurricane Dorian from, “In2thinair” on YouTube for anyone interested. He will be updating a lot if you’d like to follow his channel. He gives a lot of detail about what’s going on and is one of the best for hurricane updates/info that I’ve found.

  6. I feel it’s my fault for not praying enough. I had been doing it for years since I’ve been lurking on here to hopes of that some how those predictions can be altered. But I’ve been stressed from multiple near misses and ones that would’ve been the mega Cat 6, that all my mental energy is sapped out of be.

    Just for once I want this mega one to happen and go away. These hurricanes have taken a toll on my mental health and I can’t move out of Florida at all.

    1. Anonymous,
      It isn’t your fault…sometimes bad things happen no matter what we do.That’s one of the hardest things about life, it’s something we all struggle with.

      It’s good to pray sometimes, but if you’re feeling extremely pressured to pray, or like something bad will happen if you don’t, if this anxiety is disrupting your life, this could be a sign of an anxiety disorder and possibly OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder).

      I don’t know how much you know about OCD, but one of the more overlooked symptoms is compulsive praying, feeling like horrible things will happen if you don’t pray, etc. People usually think of OCD as just being overly neat and ordinary, but compulsions can include anything from checking that the stove’s off twenty times, or praying every time you hear an ambulance siren.
      Sometimes compulsions will take a more religious/spiritual turn, i.e. praying constantly, re-reading the Bible over and over, or obsessively worrying about whether you’ll go to heaven.

      I don’t mean to say you have OCD, but I know people with it, and many of the things you’ve described, the exhausting praying, feeling like you didn’t pray enough, feeling stressed and guilty and sapped of energy…these things sound very similar to what they went through. If you do have OCD or an anxiety disorder, it’s important to get it treated. Most importantly, you need to know it’s not your fault, and eventually, it can be managed.

      I can’t give you any advice about moving out of Florida for good, but I definitely think it’d be prudent to at least evacuate for a few days until this hurricane blows out. Even if you don’t have a place to stay, you could always drive your car to a safe area, park it, and sleep there. Hopefully things won’t be as bad as they say, and you’ll be able to go back once the storm passes.

  7. Eric,SWC,
    With Hurricane Dorian a severe threat to parts of Florida, mandatory evacuations could be popping up in the very near future. Back in 2015, the Governor signed a bill into law that allows for permitless carry under certain circumstances.

    The bill allows for a 48-hour window of permitless carry, and will come in handy for many of those affected by this storm.

  8. Eric,SWC,

    Update✔️✔️ Now Cat 5

    Hurricane Dorian strengthens to CATEGORY 5 and shifts back towards Florida: Millions in the Sunshine State, Georgia and the Carolinas brace for monster storm that already has winds of 160mph and is set to ‘park’ over the Bahamas for 24 hours
    🔷Hurricane Dorian has intensified into a Category 5 storm early Sunday morning with 160mph winds
    🔷The storm is expected to make landfall in the northwestern Bahamas sometime on Sunday
    🔷From there it’ll head north to the southeastern U.S. coast, and South Florida is back in the cone of uncertainty
    🔷Forecasters say Dorian likely won’t make landfall in Florida, but could in Georgia or the Carolinas
    🔷Authorities in the Bahamas say the hurricane is likely to impact 73,000 residents and 21,000 homes
    🔷Airports in Abaco, Grand Bahama and Bimini are closed, but the international airport in Nassau will stay open
    🔷States of emergency remain in effect in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas
    🔷Dorian is expected to hit the U.S. coast between Tuesday and Thursday

  9. Eric,SWC,
    AM EDT Sun Sep 01 2019


    Data from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate
    that Dorian has continued to intensify, and now has maximum
    sustained winds near 175 mph (280 km/h), with a minimum central
    pressure of 922 mb (27.23 inches).

  10. Eric,SWC,
    1st landfall…Bahamas

    A menacing Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the northern Bahamas midday Sunday after strengthening to a “catastrophic” Category 5 storm — packing winds of 185 mph and the threat of torrential rain that could last for days as millions in the U.S. along the Southeast coast from Florida to North Carolina are keeping an eye on where the storm may head next.

  11. Eric,SWC,
    Update ✔️
    Category 5 Hurricane Dorian hits the Bahamas with winds of 185 MPH: Millions from Florida to the Carolinas brace for ‘catastrophic’ storm that’s caused huge destruction in the Caribbean and is tied for the strongest Atlantic hurricane in HISTORY 🚨

    🔷Hurricane Dorian intensified into a Category 5 storm early Sunday morning with max 185 mph winds
    🔷Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas on Elbow Cay in the Abacos Islands at 12.40pm ET then again at 2pm ET, bringing with it wind gusts of over 200mph and creating ‘catastrophic’ conditions
    🔷The vicious hurricane snapped trees, trapped families, and inundated streets with water
    🔷Authorities in the Bahamas say the hurricane is likely to impact 73,000 residents and 21,000 homes
    🔷Airports in Abaco, Grand Bahama and Bimini are closed, but the international airport in Nassau will stay open
    🔷From there it’ll head north to the southeastern U.S. coast, and South Florida is back in the cone of uncertainty
    🔷Forecasters say Dorian likely won’t make landfall in Florida, but could in Georgia or the Carolinas
    🔷Florida has issued an official hurricane watch from Boca Raton through Brevard County and evacuations
    🔷States of emergency remain in effect in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas
    🔷Dorian is expected to hit the U.S. coast between Tuesday and Thursday
    🔷As of 12.45pm ET, Dorian was located 5 miles east of the Bahamas Great Abaco Island moving at 8mph

  12. Eric,SWC,

    South Carolina and Georgia’s governors ordered mandatory evacuation orders for their coastlines starting at noon on Monday as Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahamas and bore down on Florida, threatening to pummel the East Coast as it threatened to make landfall.

    South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued a mandatory evacuation order for 830,000 people for the entire coastline starting at noon on Monday, with state offices and schools closed indefinitely starting Tuesday. Georgia, too, declared a state of emergency and ordered the evacuation of its six coastal counties.

  13. You could be right jules. With the pumping of water out of the aquifers by big water and dumping of dirty water maybe this will be nature’s way of replenishing . The hurricanes last year have helped to reduce the dead zone of the Gulf of Mexico caused by the runoff of phosphates from the Mississippi river. I pray we are spared but Florida seems to be getting ready to be washed. People have been cherry picking our natural resources for years and leaving their garbage. Its heartbreaking to see and live with the abuse. Not only that but the state has become a festering hotbed for human trafficking.

  14. Eric,SWC,

    Hurricane Dorian brought ‘extreme destruction’ to the Bahamas today as the storm crawled over the islands, moving westwards at just 1mph, and is expected to get ‘dangerously close’ to the Florida coast tonight.

    On Monday morning numerous casualties – including an eight-year-old boy – were reported on the Abaco Islands as the Bahamian government highlighted chilling reports of bodies floating in the wreckage.

    Bringing gusts of 225mph and up to 30 inches of rainfall, the hurricane ‘lashed incessantly’ upon the islands, wrecked 13,000 homes, tore down power lines and left Grand Bahama International Airport in Freeport under five feet of water by Monday morning.

    The island of Grand Bahama will be hit the hardest today as Dorian almost came to a stop overhead. Experts have also warned of a possible storm surge that could send destructive waves crashing into the coast.

    1. Star48 thank you for all your posts and keeping everyone informed. I live on the west coast of Florida, so we aren’t impacted now. however, as the years past, as climate changes, really excellerate, no where, will be safe. Florida, and a lot of the southern states, will someday to a mass migration, to the interior, of the country, as others, in all parts of the world, will also have to adapt to these new changes, and the growing problem, of how to feed people, someday…

      1. Allen,
        Your welcome…
        If you see some updated information on any posted subject…please
        Help keep us informed…looking for volunteers to help …😍

  15. This is a crazy story:

    “The President of the United States altered a National Hurricane Center map with a sharpie to falsely extend the official forecast toward Alabama so he didn’t have to admit he was wrong in a tweet.”

    “It is a violation of federal law — 18 U.S. Code § 2074 — to falsify a National Weather Service forecast and pass it off as official, as President Trump did here.”

    1. I know. Most people, if they make a mistake like he did about Alabama, would fess up to it and laugh it off….instead he altered the image and tried to cover it up–not how a sane person handles a simple mistake. It’s downright narcissistic to refuse to even admit to a simple error like that.

      And it’s even worse for a president to go through all that trouble to cover up an innocent mistake, when they should be using that energy to help people deal with this serious hurricane.

    1. The more I hear about what happened in the Bahamas, the worse it sounds. We probably won’t know the exact death toll for a while, and I hope it’s not high, but I suspect it will be.

  16. Eric,SWC,

    Dorian update ✔️

    Canada 🇨🇦
    Nova Scotia

    The center of once very powerful Category 5 Hurricane – Post-Tropical Cyclone “Dorian” made its 5th landfall near Sambro Creek, Nova Scotia, Canada at 22:15 UTC on September 7, 2019, with maximum sustained winds of 155 km/h (100 mph) and estimated central pressure of 958 hPa. The last hurricane to make landfall there was Earl in 2010.

    Dorian downed power lines and uprooted trees, leaving almost 400 000 customers in Nova Scotia, 55 000 in New Brunswick and 50 000 in Prince Edward Island without power.

  17. Eric,SWC,

    A rapidly developing system strengthened into Tropical Depression Eleven on Tuesday at Noon CDT and one hour later was dubbed Tropical Storm Imelda. The Houston area and other places in eastern Texas are bracing for up to 18 inches of rain.

    The development of Imelda occurred just a few hours after Tropical Depression Ten formed over the central Atlantic.

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