Disaster predicted in
AN AMERICAN MOMENT: Road to the inauguration (So read my 8 year old Prophecy Delayed below. Now Posted before the Election next Tuesday)
PAROWAN, UTAH — Our trip to the Parowan Prophet
began with a letter to the St. George Spectrum. It was set
among missives proposing that oil companies bail out Detroit
automakers, that county inmates be forced to winter in tents, that
lawyers be barred from public office. A rough crowd.
This particular letter to the editor in the St.
George, Utah, newspaper carried the headline " 'Prophet'
shares grim forecast," and it was signed by one Leland Freeborn of
Parowan, who wrote that he was known to many as the Parowan Prophet.
After establishing his bona fides as an international
talk radio guest and proprietor of a survivalist website that has
"passed more than 100,000 hits," Freeborn wrote:
"I think that you should hear what my opinion
about the Obama election is: that he will not
be the next president.
I said on my home page in August that if he lost to expect to see the 'riots'
that 2 Peter 2:13 tells us about.
But the story is not finished yet. I still think
they may begin the riots before Christmas 2008, as I said."
(So that prophecy "still" stands.
Expect the RIOTS.)
These riots, according to his prophecy, will
encourage the "old, hard-line Soviet guard" to seize the moment and
rain down nukes on the United States, killing at least 100 million of
us. (Now 8
years LATER that prophecy "still" stands.
SO expect the NUKES TO COME
and kill many millions.)
"Prepare now," Freeborn's letter concluded. "We
are downwind from Las Vegas. I hope you can survive."
It took an hour to reach the prophet, a high-country
drive through stunning red-rock formations, the color of which matches
the politics in this corner of southern Utah. A freeway
billboard, depicting a nuclear mushroom cloud, provided directions to
the prophet's two-story house.
The front yard seemed a staging ground for rapid flight
-- two or three motor boats, a raft, a canoe, a recreational vehicle
and an old sedan, parked with its engine running.
The man who answered our unexpected knock wore a cowboy
hat with a big feather stuck in the band, and a beard suggestive of St.
Nick. We asked to see the prophet. He said we had the right guy.
Freeborn hobbled out the door on crutches and eased into
a wheelchair on the porch. As it turned out, he was heating the car not
for rapid escape from a nuclear cloud, but to take a neighbor to the
doctor. "I only have nine minutes," he said.
It was enough time to sketch out his history -- a Mormon of substance,
a father of 12, he had crashed his airplane in 1975 and fallen into a
three-week coma, during which he went through "to the other side" and
emerged a prophet.
Freeborn, now 66, took "a plural wife," as he put it,
and parted ways with the church. He forfeited his wealth, spreading
word of his prophecies. He appears to
live now mainly on sales of newsletters and survival
information packets advertised on his website. (His appears
opinion was wrong.)
Asked for examples of successful prophecies, he offered
O.J. Simpson's murder acquittal and Al Gore's winning of the popular
vote in 2000. But his core insight has been a repeated dream of seeing
nuclear flashes to the west while shopping at a Wal-Mart during
And this, he warned, appears
to be the year. ( I did NOT prophesy, I
warned it "appears".)
As Freeborn rose to leave, he said he would be hosting a
weekly religious meeting that night. He urged us to come.
"If you can write a story," Freeborn said, "you
can save a lot of lives in L.A."
There were about a dozen believers in the two front
rooms, men and women of all ages, squeezed together on couches and
dining room chairs.
All of them had broken with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints over polygamy and other departures from what they believe was
the original vision of the church founder Joseph Smith. And all said
they regarded Freeborn a prophet.
The cluttered room was filled with Bibles and religious
tracts, government maps depicting potential nuclear targets, and framed
photographs of mushroom clouds.
For 90 minutes -- while two boys played on the carpet with a calculator
and a marked-up Book of Mormon -- the adults read aloud selected
biblical verses, passages from Smith's biography and text pulled from
an unidentified website.
After each reading, they discussed how these
fragments all pointed to a singular end: nuclear destruction brought on
by the Lord's wrath.
Freeborn sprawled in a stuffed chair, directing the
discussion and sometimes correcting his acolytes. It was a congenial
group, but not much given to small talk. As the night wound down,
Freeborn returned to his core prophecy. "I really believe
we are out of time," he said. "I really do."
Freeborn conceded that he'd issued similar
warnings many times before, and still the world kept spinning.
"I've been at it for 30 years, and I have
always really believed it," he said. "Now, if we go on,
Prophecy, he said,
is not an exact science.
Maybe we can get some more people to repent.
"He seemed weary,
referring to himself as a "gimpy old crippled guy from
Parowan." He described going on radio and, mocked by the host,
receiving not a single request from the audience for survival
information. He said he has been shunned in town, his
property vandalized. He recited from memory a scriptural
passage about "scoffers."
(See the New
Testament 2 Peter 3:3
Last Days Scoffers,
Jude 18 mockers in the LAST Time.)
The night's last word belonged to the prophet."Everything is
coming together," Freeborn said, "and it fits right
The prophet's eyes reddened, and I could sense
his frustration as he sized us up as two more likely
non-subscribers. As he dropped his head in contemplation,
it occurred to me: How terrible it must be to believe what this man
truly appears to believe, and yet have so few willing to
(God will kill millions that I
tried to warn, but they think they are too smart to listen
to a man who has seen God like Moses did.)
Perhaps for our benefit, the group volunteered some
secular support for Freeborn's prophecy. Perhaps economic
meltdown would trigger the riots. Maybe there would be an
uprising over an automaker bailout.
"One thought you might have," came a voice from
somewhere behind me, "is that we don't have any leadership now until
January. See what I am saying? We are in limbo. If they do something
tomorrow, who is going to decide?"
NOW in 2016 EVEN MORE SO)
He presented us with brown medicine bottles filled with
iodide crystals -- to ward off the effects of radiation.
"I don't think you are going to finish your trip back
East," the Parowan Prophet said, urging us to reconsider our journey to
the inauguration. Nonetheless, with our little brown bottles
of iodide, we will press on.
(I have warned many millions since 2008 so
millions have NO excuse for Not believing what God has
The rest of you are warned.
HIS Prophet. They are blind and will fall into the ditch as
Jesus Christ said. SO you still may expect
the RIOTS to begin soon.
This is Posted on
the Internet before the Election next Tuesday. NOW Saturday November 5, 2016
Bless you who can read and believe and so will
Leland Freeborn AND LEARN HOW TO LIVE.