Australia Fires

This prediction has happened. ‘Again’ could relate to either California or Australia. My prayers are with you Australia.

World Predictions 9-7-19 I had a visual I was walking up a set of short stone stairs outside to see an entire community of homes burned down, everything brought to ash. The trees in the background seemed like black thin sticks of the trees they use to be. Then I heard a voice say “Again!”

Predictions 2-25-17 I had a visual of a scorched earth. There were still flames and smoke all around the land mass. Clearly it was a massive fire because everything in eyesight was burned down. Then I was up in the sky looking down at a land mass, Australia.

Predictions 2-28-18 I had a visual of two stove burners turning red. A symbolic message that is reminding me of a fire (burn). Spirit is now warning us that this prediction is about to happen: I had a visual of a large fire symbol, and then a second one soon afterwards. Where Spirit? “In the bush country” (That sounds like Australia)

53 thoughts on “Australia Fires

  1. We’ve been getting incredible heat here in Aussie Eric, and this is causing fires to burn where there is nothing to burn. Just pure inferno. I had 44degC or 111degF here in my place in Qld for three days. I don’t have air conditioning and I had five fans going just to keep the electrics/computers etc going. I don’t dare use them during the middle of the day for fear they’ll over heat.
    Luckily we don’t have too many fires burning up here, but down in NSW, Vic, SA and WA are the worst of areas.
    …. And our Prime Minister decided to leave the country for Hawaii for a holiday.
    May you and your family, and all those who frequent this wonderful site, have a Fantastic Christmas. Pete

      1. They’d have to have been. But lightening, innocent accidents, car exhaust running over hot dry grass are also possible. For example, a car accident that killed a person here in Qld started a big blaze near where I live last week.

    1. Wow, sorry to hear of your heat troubles! Hopefully things will cool down soon.

      It’s strange, in America, in the Northern Hemisphere, we think of Christmas as being a very cold and snowy time. When we say Christmas, we think of snowmen and blizzards and pine trees. But for people in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s the opposite, your Christmases are warm and sunny, more like summer!

      Anyway, sunny or snowy, hopefully everyone has a good Christmas!

      1. Yes our summer is the exact opposite to the northern hemisphere. We got less than a third of our yearly rain fall this past 12 months. Our major river system, that runs from the north to the south of Australia, the Murray Darling, is completely dried up. Most councils have major water restrictions on all water use and we’ve still got months to go before we have a cooling off. I think you’ll be hearing a lot about Australia over the next few months, and it won’t be pleasant.

    1. It was in the ocean and no one felt it. It was off the north coast of Vancouver Island. There were four yesterday morning, but no damage and no tsunami. It’s quite common in this region.

    1. SWC
      Our hearts are breaking for our fellow Australians at the moment …We really feel for family friends and strangers caught up in these
      fires .. West Australia is fairing ok at present but Sydney and SA Qld please know we think of you every day ..even if media covereage is inadequate …
      loving thoughts 💖

  2. SWC
    Merry xmas
    my thoughts and light are with you all..
    many blessings to you and yours .

    Eric may you and your family enjoy Xmas .
    all the very best ..
    and love to spirit .

  3. Eric,SWC,
    🔹Fires are creating their own weather, causing thunderstorms and dry lightning
    🔹Thousands of people are trapped on a beach in Victoria’s East Gippsland as bushfires close in on Tuesday
    🔹Authorities believe about 4000 people are still at Mallacoota, with many seeking shelter at the beach
    🔹Whole communities cut off
    🔹Towns without safe drinking water
    🔹Western Sydney sweltered through its hottest ever December day on Tuesday, with a peak of 46.3

    Thousands of people who are trapped on the beach of a Victorian coastal holiday town are being told to go into the water as a devastating bushfire closes in. Authorities believe more than 4000 people are still stuck at Mallacoota, in the state’s far east, which was hit by fire about 8.30am on Tuesday. There are four people unaccounted for and ‘significant losses’ to property in the East Gippsland region, and two people confirmed dead in New South Wales with another unaccounted for as a blaze tears through the state’s south coast. In Mallacoota, the sky turned an eerie shade of black in the morning before transforming into a deep red, with residents reporting ‘hot embers’ falling from the sky and a deafening ‘roar’ as the fire approached. Residents heard gas bottles exploding as the fire edged closer to the town. Daily Mail

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