The Prophetic Timeline Unfolds
The summer of 2023 was insane, not just in the United States, but worldwide. Lots of saber rattling across the nations, colonist threats against Africa, and natural disasters. The Maui fires raged out of control – more than 100 confirmed deceased in the fire, over 2,000 acres burned, and nearly 5,000 residents were displaced. What had been a top destination for tourists has been devastated and tourists are being discouraged from visiting. There was also the Alabama brawl. And let’s not even get started on the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas. For the last couple of years, I’ve been feeling that something catastrophic is just around the corner. I’m more and more convinced that something cataclysmic will likely happen in 2023 or 2024.
In my June blog post, I mentioned my May trip to the continent of Africa where I visited and evaluated a few countries for consideration in the event that things become too intense here in the states. While I have not made a decision one way or another on what my next steps will be, I am carefully weighing my options and am preparing to make the necessary moves if things get too hot in the proverbial kitchen.
One thing is for sure, the writing is on the wall for so-called Black people:
- The Mississippi Jim Crow era voting laws
- Affirmative Action rollbacks
- Police brutality
- Alabama brawl
- Governor of Florida (‘nuff said)
- The rise of “The Karens”
- And so much more
In my opinion, it’s only going to hotter in the kitchen. So, what does that mean for us? How do we prepare in case things really go off the rails?
Here are a few things you should seriously consider:
- For one, if you don’t already have a passport, I recommend you get the process started and apply for one as soon as possible.
- Start investigating areas outside of the U.S. that you could go to if things get too intense here. Include Africa in your investigation.
- Even if you don’t have a lot of savings, start putting a little money aside for a one-way ticket for you and your family. Put all of your money towards these tickets.
- Consider what you can do to make money if you couldn’t work a regular day job.
- If you don’t already know how to plant a garden, get books about gardening and buy some organic seeds to keep on hand.
Even if you don’t have money for a one-way ticket, at the very least get a couple of books on gardening and buy some organic or heirloom seeds. These are affordable and are the bare minimum of what you should get.
There is much more to prepare and now is the time to start thinking about what you would do if a catastrophe hits this nation. Keep this in mind: when airplanes crashed into the Twin Towers in New York on September 11, 2001, it was a normal day like any other, and there was no real threat that the average person was expecting. But after the planes hit, our nation was turned upside down and it took months to return to any semblance of normalcy.
Something much bigger than Twin Towers is heading our way, fam. Let’s be prepared for it.