Taal Eruption predicted in 2020-2025?

Military adviser Joseph Mcmoneagle saw Taal volcano erupting in 2020 through Remote Viewing technique

Joe Mcmoneagle, retired military, predicted Taal Volcano would erupt between 2020 to 2025. Author of the Ultimate Time Machine published in 1998, Joe “scientifically” predicted volcanoes’ eruption in Russia & Indonesia.

Mcmoneagle also saw future destructions, inventions, and cultural shifts using “Remote Viewing.” But is that even Biblical?

Psychic Spy Mcmonoeagle was a critical adviser of the US tactical defense, CIA, and FBI. Like Edgar Cayce, who predicted various earthquakes, hurricanes, and the La Niña and El Niño phenomenon, these “clairvoyants” are taken seriously.

They would have been considered “prophets,” but not all of their predictions came true. Hence, the Bible would have labeled them “false prophets.”

→ Young girl saw rapture and hell on earth

Satan will do many wonders to confuse your faith

Prophecy from a true prophet of God never fails

When we hear of people who have these abilities, keep in mind that Satan also has powers, although limited. A Remote Viewer’s method, such as astral projection or “psychic reading,” is rooted in the occultic Kabbalah.

The Kabbalah is an ancient sect mixed with pagan and Christian practices. Satan will do many wonders to confuse your faith. (2 Corinthians 11:14)

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Ultimate Time Machine Book: The eruption of Taal Volcano was apparently predicted more than 20 years ago through Remote Viewing.

→ Wuhan Coronavirus prediction in 1981?

Expect more eruptions at the end of days

If there’s anything obvious, the prophecies of Cayce or Mcmoneagle have been predicted in the Holy Scriptures long before.

The Bible warns us that in the last days, there will be massive earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. But those who belong to Jesus will be saved from this fiery hell that is to come.

 1 Timothy 4:1
Holy Spirit tells us clearly that in the last times some will turn away from the true faith; they will follow deceptive spirits and teachings that come from demons.”

Those who belong to Jesus will be saved

→ Three signs of the end of the world.

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  1. “Prophecy from a true prophet of God never fails” really? Well who exactly should we hold accountable for this false accusation and/or inadvertent self admission of biblical illiteracy? Hmmmm, seems its a “staff writer”. So I gues we hold the entire publishing/media orgnization responsible then.
    Fact: The author does not understand biblical prophesy, not has he studied the proper definition of a “false prophet”, that said what the heck is he doing writing articles on the subject and making reckless false accusations? This speaks volumes about the quality of this site/organization!!!

    FACT: The whole purpose of prophecy is to explain what will happen IF human agents continue on the path they are on. As soon as they respond, like those in Ninevah after the “false” (according the the false standard used by the author of this article) prophet Jona prophesied the destruction of their city within only a few days, they change the future! And that is the purpose. Of course if the recipient of the prophesy doesn’t repent, then it will in fact occur.


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