I call myself "The Reluctant Prophet". I am a Christian. And as arrogant as this may sound, I consider myself a Prophet and not a Psychic. There's a difference. In Genesis we read,
[Now therefore restore the man his wife; for he is a prophet, and he shall pray for thee, and thou shalt live: and if thou restore her not, know thou that thou shalt surely die, thou, and all that are thine.] Genesis 20:7 KJV
Prophets are held to a higher standard. In Israel, false prophets were punished by death (although, I hope you will be kinder on me if I miss a prediction or two!)
When I went on Boston Radio and National Television between 2011 and 2014, I put my reputation on the line. I declared 30 predictions each year and we watched throughout the year to see what came true and what didn't. If I was a fraud, I wouldn't have made it past 2011. Some of my predictions that manifested? I will give you some of the more incredible ones.
1. Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
2. The Fukushima meltdown.
3. The meteor that struck Siberia.
4. Superstorm Sandy, naming the exact states that were going to be affected no less!
5. Hurricane Irene (the fact that it would strike New England, which hurricanes rarely do.)
After years of documentation, my worst year of accuracy was 74.4%. My best was 96.6%. I even predicted the hunting of the White Rhino in Africa! How's THAT for specific?!
But a prophet must speak to local situations as well. In January of 2011, I predicted the record Massachusetts Tornado (Massachusetts hardly ever gets tornadoes due to our topography). Not only did it hit, but it killed 2 and wounded 200. In January of 2013, I predicted the Boston Marathon attacks.
All Prophets should be tested. This weeds out the frauds like Theresa Caputo, John Edwards, and the late Sylvia Browne. How DARE you! you say. Well, let's take a look at the litmus test that they never passed that I did.
It is called The Mathematical Law of Problematical Conjecture. It means this:
Let's say I tell you that tomorrow, it is going to rain. I have a 50% chance of being right. However, every variable I introduce to the prediction REDUCES my chances of being correct by 50%. The Mathematical Law of Problematical Conjecture.
Now let's say I add to that and say It will start raining at 9am (Weathermen don't count, they have satellites!) I have now reduced my chances of being accurate by another 50% down to 25%. Now I say It will stop raining at 2pm. My chances of being correct are now 12.5%. You follow? Stay with me...
When I predicted the Boston Marathon attacks, I said the following:
The city: Boston. That's 50% (although, considering the number of cities in the US, I should be given more credit!) Then I predicted the type of event. Tragedy. 25% chance now. I predicted the time. Late April. 12.5%. I predicted the result. Economic depression in the Back Bay. 6.25%. I predicted where the perpetrators would be caught. [The city submerged in water] They were captured/killed in Watertown, MA. I had a 3.125% chance of being correct, and I was. Friends, you can't GUESS like that.
I often draw the ire of other Christians that say that such works are the works of the devil. I will site two passages of Scripture in particular.
"Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, whether prophecy, let us prophesy according to the proportion of faith" ~ Romans 12:6
"Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." ~ 1 John 4:1
Further, Jesus himself said, [And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand?] Mt 12:26
I never thought I was gifted. I thought everyone could do this. But I was wrong. There's something to me. But, also, it doesn't come from me. It's complicated. In the end, I believe and declare that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, The Word made flesh who dwelt among us and died on the Cross for our sins. That will have to be good enough for those out there who profess themselves Christian. Besides, after all the pastors who prayed for the deaths of the Orlando Massacre survivors, I wonder just who will have the explaining to do to Christ?!
And I simply don't have the space here to quote all the sections in the Bible where they "built an Altar unto the Lord." Noah, Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Joshua...even Joseph in Egypt had a "Divination Cup". So, let's put that to bed, shall we?
I've been doing this for 26 years now. I speak to the Dead also. The souls come to me from various places. Dark places, Heavenly places, and Neutral places. I couldn't even tell you what the other side is like because I haven't died! I only know what I have been shown and there is no theology yet that I have found to describe it sufficiently.
So, I am asking you to take a leap of faith...and to trust me.
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