An article by Lyn Leahz on cites David Wilkerson’s vision that “The United States is going to experience, in the not-too-distant future, the most tragic earthquake in its history.” We believe Wilkerson was a godly man and blessed with insights, but the title of her article suggested it can happen “anytime.” The sense of impending calamity was true of prophets like Joel (2:10,11) and Zephaniah (1:7)

Wilkerson never saw the earthquake. His vision was in 1973--and he is dead and gone. And while we can expect the possibility of a man-made earthquake with HARRP technology (search YouTube if you haven’t seen it) as a pretext for martial law and control of the masses, a really huge earthquake should have biblical timing, and it may be expected this spring.

Why this spring? Because it would seem like God is marking this coming year with a solar eclipse as the biblical year begins in spring as He indicated to Moses in Exodus 12:2—the eclipse occurring on a new moon which signaled the new month and beginning of the new year in the text.

Then there is a “blood moon” on Passover two weeks later, much like Israel put blood on doorposts two weeks later in Exodus 12:7. God said He would “execute judgment” in the context of Passover in Exodus 12:12. Calamity befell them and there was a “midnight cry” like Christ foretold in His wedding parable that woke the 10 women up for the wedding. In Egypt, God took Israel to a wedding—they made a covenant and He later said, “I am married to you,” Jeremiah 3:14.

Paul says that history will repeat. He included the Exodus when he said, “All those things happened to them for examples….written for [us] upon whom the ends of the world are come,” 1Corinthians 10:1,11
Paul also said the end-time “day of the Lord” would come with “sudden destruction” when they are saying ‘Peace and safety.’ 1Thessalonians 5:2,3. That might imply Israel being forced to sign a peace treaty with Palestinians as our Muslim-favoring White House considers sanctions against Israel.
Re a huge earthquake, the insight offered by Ellen White is of interest. She was esteemed a prophetess by Seventh-day Adventists, but she saw her church in apostasy until the Lord comes. Nevertheless, she is a credible witness for these reasons:

She founded Loma Linda University, a community featured in National Geographic’s cover story on health and longevity as the only “blue zone” in the western hemisphere, November, 2005. The article pictured Marge Jetton, 100 years old, putting gas in her car. On an average, Adventists live 7-10 years longer than others in controlled studies, which is why NIH funded a study for millions to discover why.

It's probably due to diet. Dr. Clive McCay, Professor of Nutrition at Cornell University, summarized a 7-page review of Ellen White’s writings on health–-“In spite of the fact that the works of Mrs White were written long before the advent of modern scientific nutrition, no better over-all guide is available today”

Back to the “Big One” and credibility as a prophetess...while visiting NYC, she was shown tall “buildings rising story after story…warranted to be fireproof…consumed as if made of pitch.” Vol 9 pg 11-13, of Testimonies for the Church, published in 1909.

In the same book, she visited the medical school she founded and saw a vision of an earthquake in which “many lives were blotted out…It seemed that Judgment day had come.” ibid, pg 93. Casual readers think she was reporting the San Francisco Earthquake that occurred then, but on pg 95, she cited Zephaniah 1:8 where God says, “In the day of the Lord’s sacrifice [Passover] I will punish…the king’s children clothed in strange apparel.”

Ellen White did not want pharmacology taught. She said drugs change the form and location of the disease. If she were writing today, she would probably call them Adverse Drug Reactions, cited in Joural of American Medical Association, April 15, 1998 as the 4th leading cause of death, but updated to #1 now at

Seventh-day Adventists think they are the “king's children,” and American Christianity is also lukewarm with materialism and subject to the “knock” in Revelation 3:20 for a church that anciently ended in an earthquake circa 63 AD.

Christ words, You don’t know the day or hour” meant Christ's disciples didn't understand, and each time He said it, He gave an example that fit a provision in their law for Passover a month later, “as the days of Noah” when the Flood came with Passover timing, but in the 2nd spring month. Further clues explained in #8-10 at

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