The Stormberger Prophecies (1753 )
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The Stormberger Prophecies "And after the end of the Second Great War, a third universal conflagration will come, so that it will determine everything." Notice that he refers to the third war as a "universal conflagration." The word conflagration means "fire" or "inferno." From what we know about contemporary weaponry this appears to be a description of a nuclear conflict. Notice what else the prophet has to say about this conflict. "There will be weapons totally new. In one day, more men will die than in all the previous wars. The battles will be accomplished with artificial weapons." Indeed, we have weaponry today that are so secret that we have only had hints of their power. Experimentation with space weaponry, mind control, low-frequency sound and a multitude of other devices that will stop entire armies cold in the field before a shot can be fired has been going on for years. China, Russia and the United States have been developing missiles that can deliver multiple nuclear warheads halfway around the world. What Stormberger perceived as "artificial weapons" were devices that fight battles from far away and at the push of the button. To the operator it might seem like a computer game. To hundreds of thousands of people on the receiving end of these weapons, it will not be a game. "Gigantic catastrophes will happen. With the open eyes, the nations of the planet will go through these catastrophes. They won't know what is happening, and those that know and tell, will be silenced." This is beginning to occur. We have already witnessed the worst natural disasters ever recorded in human history. Hundreds of thousands of people are dying in massive earthquakes, mud slides, hurricanes, typhoons, bands of super tornados, and forest fires. As the world heats from greenhouse gas emissions, biting insects and super diseases are appearing. "Everything will be different from before, and in many places the Earth will be a great cemetery. The third war will be the end of many nations." This is the very warning Donahue has been issuing. If the world cannot avoid a global nuclear war, our fate is devistating. He says he perceives China winning this war by completely destroying the United States, but in the process, is left almost destroyed from within from counter-attacks. Other nations may also be involved since this may start with a conflict in the Middle East over oil. Thus Stromberger perceives many places where the Earth will be a great cemetery. Only a remnant of humanity will be left. Stormberger even has a timeline for this final event that puts us all right in the middle of it. He said: "You, my children, won't experience the largest mischief, you my grandchildren, won't also experience it, but the third stock, that will easily experience it." In his final verses, Stormberger appears to be seeing a catastrophic event that is beyond his ability to explain or even properly describe. He notes that the sky and earth both burn and that people fall ill because it is the end of the world. Yet a few who manage to hide themselves under iron and stone are spared. Is it a nuclear war, a great flare from the sun, or something else? His vision: "Over night it will take place -- in a pub in Zwiesel (a German city known for its glass) many people will be together, and outside the soldiers will ride over the bridge. The people will run out of the forest. Those who hide themselves at the Fuchsenriegel or at the Falkenstein (a stone castle) remain spared. Who survives must have an iron heading. "The people become ill, and nobody can help them . . ." a possible reference to radioactive poisoning or perhaps a plague? "However it will continue, and what follows then, is the end of the world. Sky and earth burn, because it is the time when everything comes to an end. And this time will be, when the wild hunt with fire and sulphur roars over the country." After this, he said, "no humans will know anymore where Zwiesel and where Rabenstein (German towns) have been. Of all frights this will be the last. When the people fall off the bank like the flies off the wall, the last time begins. It will be horrible." He says there may be a few survivors who bridge a journey from this dying world into another universe. The bodies will not go, however, only the cellular memory. Thus to an outside observer from the past, like Stromberger, he would see people dropping "like flies off the wall." Amazingly, Stormberger looks even beyond this final event to a time in the distant future when he sees a pastoral scene: "But when however, someone at the whole Danube stream finds still another cow, then she is worth it to be attached with a silver bell by the owner. "After these events it will be a miracle, if one still sees two or three rulers going together, after these events the clarity will be anew, and those who survived, will face a good time for hope."
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