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Are you ready – just in case? Part 1

15 March, 2010

Just got this a few days ago from mum…

“From Christian Word Ministries
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> > Dear Prayer Partner
> > Last year my pastor John Kilpatrick believed he had a vision from the Lord. In the vision John Kilpatrick believes the Lord showed him a map that was drawn on Indian parchment. The map covered the central part of the United States. There were two towns spelled out on the map, Indianola and Europa. Pastor Kilpatrick believes that the map represents the New Madrid Fault line. Since then I have had a vision of a bridge buckling over a large river and the Lord has told me to prepare for a coming earthquake that would diminish the food supply being shipped to the Eastern part of the United States from the West. Recently John Kilpatrick received another word from the Lord telling him not to neglect to prepare food, water, and shelter. If something ever happened to the bridges over the Mississippi and they collapsed during an earthquake trains and trucks would have to go through Northern Canada to carry food from the west coast to the east coast. Yesterday I believe I was in intercession about the New Madrid Fault line. I believe the Lord wants His saints to prepare for the possibility of this event. I believe He wants us to have a supply of food, a supply of medicine, a supply of water, and seeds for our gardens and a small amount of cash. Please pray that God’s saints would prepare for these times.
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> > Dick Broadbent
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> > Christian Word Ministries “

Hmm. this bears witness to this:
Also this:

Owls,hmmmm? See Owl symbolism here (and other places):

“The owl is deeply connected with magic, shamanism and heightened senses throughout the ages. Some have thought of the owl as a “cat with wings” as they share similar characteristics of personality.

Middle and Far East

In some middle and far eastern cultures, the owl is a sacred guardian of the afterlife, ruler of the night, a seer and keeper of souls transitioning from one plane of existence to another.

Ancient Greece

The ancient Greeks attributed the owl to Athena, goddess of wisdom and foresight. This symbol was used on Greek coins and therefore also became associated with wealth.


Native Americans attributed owls with wisdom and sacred knowledge. The shaman would call upon Owl medicine for insight into the truth of ill-intent. Plains Indians wore owl feathers to protect against evil spirits.


West African and Aboriginal Australian cultures also saw the owl as a messenger of secrets, and companions to medicine people.


In the celtic tradition, the owl (cailleach-oidhche), represents wisdom, clairvoyance, stealth, initiation, change and detachment. Always aware of its surroundings, the owl uses intuition courageously, with insight into hidden truth, and a guide between earth creatures and Underworld deities.

During medieval times in Europe, owls were believed to be witches and wizards, shapeshifters in disguise.

(See Harry Potter’s choice for a ‘companion’…)

Summary of Owl Attributes

The owl is still considered a witch’s companion, sharing unique spiritual communication between them, and even sharing the same secret powers of the night. Today, the owl is often used as a symbol for education, and used as a graduation mascot.Many cultures have associated the following attributes to the owl:intelligence, brilliance,wisdom,power, knowledgeintuition, messages, mysticism, mystery, unconscious, silent observation
independence, protection, bravery, transition, longevity, reincarnation

If You Are Drawn to the Owl

The owl’s gift of heightened senses enables it to see through deception, external appearances and illusion and to discover hidden truths.If you are drawn to owls or owl symbolism, you may have this same ability to uncover secrets. People may feel uneasy around you, as if you are able to see through pretence. The owl also teaches us to acknowledge the dark side of our personality, and in that darkness we may find food for growth. If people do not speak words that reflect the truth of their actions and motives, owl medicine (as referred to by aboriginal cultures) will guide you with vision and inner knowing to reveal the truth. The owl puts an end to doubt and offers vision and clarity of the truth of events, people or circumstances in your life.”

Remember this, though, from a believer’s POV we can see something interesting is going on here, to say the least. From my past experiences dealing or researching the things of the spirit world/occult practices, owls have a tendency to be collected (even ‘worshipped’) by people involved in the occcult or witchcraft to an extent. The same with frogs, hippos, alligators/crocodiles, bats, goats, lizards, snakes, etc. By the way, I do not have a fear of any of these animals, nor am I saying that everyone who collects these are involved in the underworld, but I’m just noticing the correlations…

Maybe one might consider getting some supplies together?

Love ya:)

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