Monday 29 January 2018

Pastor Steve Ciocciolanti on the Rev 8:8 Mega-tsumami Hypothesis

I just recently noticed that Pastor Steve Ciocciolanti had covered some of my material on the potential Cumbre Vieja mega-tsunami event on 25th September, 2017. My material is mentioned in the above video around the 19 minute mark. Pastor Steve is one of the most intelligent and popular Protestant prophecy preachers in the English speaking world, so it is quite flattering that he referenced my work just before the expiration of the "40 day countdown" related to the Great American Solar Eclipse.

It was Pastor Steve who brought Pastor Mark Biltz's obvious plagiarism of my 2016 blog post The Sign of Jonah and the Binding of Satan, which connected the 2017 eclipse to the Sign of Jonah to wider attention (see here). The above video has near 200,000 views, which is quite a lot as far as YouTube videos go. As regular readers here will know, I have noted how this event can be associated with various apocalyptic portions of Scripture depicting a burning mountain being thrown into the sea - most notably in Rev 8:8. Just a few weeks after the above video was shown, the volcanic island of Cumbre Vieja began to experience a seismic swarm on 7th October, 2017 (the Feast of the Holy Rosary), which sparked widespread fears of an imminent eruption (see here). Thankfully, the world was spared from the threat of chastisement signalled by the 40-day countdown beginning with the Great American Solar Eclipse, which happened to coincide with one of the most intense periods in recent history. This included the world being brought to its nearest point to nuclear war since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.

As I have repeatedly argued over the course of the past few years, the hand of the angel with the flaming sword being stayed by the rays which radiate forth from the hands of the Blessed Virgin in the Third Secret of Fatima represents the world being spared from nuclear chastisement. I am convinced that we were only spared from the threat of chastisement last year through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin, to whom we must constantly implore for her perpetual help.

After the two parts which I have already explained, at the left of Our Lady and a little above, we saw an Angel with a flaming sword in his left hand; flashing, it gave out flames that looked as though they would set the world on fire; but they died out in contact with the splendour that Our Lady radiated towards him from her right hand: pointing to the earth with his right hand, the Angel cried out in a loud voice: ‘Penance, Penance, Penance!'. (The Third Secret of Fatima)

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Mark W said...

Hi Emmett - I have a potential job prospect that happens to be in Jacksonville, Florida. It's a REALLY good job if we can come to agreement on the salary. So, do you think Cubre Vieja is something to be concerned with in the next 15 years? Moving go Jacksonville isn't something I want to do anyway for familial reasons. I'm just curious what you think, and would treat it as another data point in the decision.

Emmett O'Regan said...

Hi Mark - I really don't know. I have timeframes in mind based on Scripture, but I can't be completely sure. It's all just speculation, and the future isn't irrevocably set in stone. It can unfold in a manner of ways depending on the collective response of humanity. Given the fact that we haven't even seen the evangelisation of all nations which must take place before the conversion of the Jews, I would say we could expect to have more than 15 years. However if there is a sudden and rapid cooling after the renovation of the world (as Our Lady of La Salette foretold), then the chastisement would swiftly follow. I wouldn't let this feature in my future career decision making if I were you though.

Unknown said...

Hi Emmett, I wonder I you are familiar with the NDE testimony of a 15 year old boy named Natan who lives in Israel. This occurred a little over two years ago but your post reminded me of his vision of the Gog/Magog War (Ez 38/39) when he states the following, "Yes, there will atomic bombs. But here it will be a little bomb that God stop in the sky." So Natan's vision includes the use of atomic weapons but he does see God intervening also as you have stated in your post regarding the Fatima vision of the angel with the flaming sword. Here is a link to the transcript of his testimony, I think it could be meant to trick us a little but some of the vision may be true,

Thank you for your insights.

Sr. Marianne Lorraine Trouve said...

Hello Emmett,
This may belong more to your previous post, but I was just reading more about the super moon and the blood moon. There will also be a lunar eclipse, and it will occur on Jan 31, the feast of St John Bosco! So perhaps there is more to this than I first realized. I think you are on to something with that. This link is to a weather article, but has some good info about it. I'm not sure if the path of this event is similar to that of the solar eclipse last summer.

Mark W said...

Thanks, Emmett. Feature, no. A factor in the back of my mind, maybe.

Richard Michael said...

Just wondering if you find it interesting that this super, blue blood moon lunar eclipse is occurring on the feast of St. John Bosco? It's also 200 days (March of 200 days) often translated to mean 200 months. It will be exactly 16 years, 4 months and 21 days since Sept 11 2001 on Jan. 31st 2018.

Aprígio Melo said...

Hi emmett! So, do you think we are definitely spared from a WW3? And the Chastasiment will be from another source only after the Great Period of Peace so to after come the AntiChrist? Did I understand right? And the period of Peace is at hand in 2020?

Mark W said...

Had a great view of the lunar eclipse today. Totality was just before sunrise, so you could see the moon disappear, but the sun came up before it could reappear. It just sort of faded away and didn't come back.

Emmett O'Regan said...

That's an interesting observation Richard Michael!
Hi Aprigio, we aren't completely spared from WW3. It can only ever be postponed. It will happen, just not until nearer the end, after the period of peace is over and the Antichrist rises to power once the "restraining force" of 2Thes 2 is removed. It think the period of peace has been at hand since 1984. But the Gospel could not spread, because the evil one was still unbound. I think the period we are in now, between 2017-2020 is pivotal to allowing the spread of the Gospel to all nations before the coming of the end. The chastisement which brings about the fall of Babylon must occur before the rise to power of the Antichrist, and then we have the battle of Armageddon, which must take place at the end of the world.

MightyRighty said...

A bhuí le Rí na bhFeart go bhfeiceam
muna mbeam beo ina dhiaidh ach seachtain
Gráinne Mhaol agus míle gaiscíoch
ag fógairt fáin ar Ghallaibh.

Translation -

May it please the King of Prodigy that we might see,
Although we may live but one week after,
Gráinne Mhaol and a thousand warriors...
Dispersing the foreigners!

An interesting old Irish song, dont you think Emmett?

The 'king of prodigy' (as we've discussed in private email)... the 7 days ("seven years before the last day, the sea shall submerge Erin by one inundation")
....the dispersion of the foreigners...

Isnt it funny how everything you know dovetails into everything that is.... you'd swear there was a force at work... or something.

MightyRighty said...

Is 'Gráinne Mhaol' not an Irish-ism for the Blessed Virgin, which, in turn, is analogous to the Church - and the 'thousand warriors' to the Great Monarch and his ilk/crew/organisation?

The song itself is a 'marriage song' - a song of the bride taken by the groom for himself. A prophecy of the Husband claiming his Bride.

A song for our times.

Aprígio Melo said...

I dont want to bore you, but where the great monarch take place? And The triumph of the Heart of Mary is attached to the end of all?

MightyRighty said...

@Aprigio - my personal opinion is that the Great Monarch (GM) will come from the UK, specifically England.

I linked to Jordan Petersen because I think his speaking out on these transgender issues from a psychological standpoint is important to the unfolding prophecies.
My analysis is that all of these movements gay rights, transgender-ism especially but also including economic policy which values people as 'equal' only when functioning as economic units - are at their most basic Misogynist.
That is, they hide in their 'equality' the purposeful devaluation of women and female qualities and uniqueness.

For example when Economics says you are equal it means - You are not a woman if you are 'only' a wife or mother, only if you are economically 'productive'.

When Transgenderism says you are equal it means - Anyone can be a woman; all you have to do is drag-up and prance around. There is no substance to being a woman. Emotional depth and empathy are mimicked and mocked with shrillness and hysteria.

When Gay marriage says you are equal it means - Theres no difference between relationship/sex with a man and a woman. Women are only there for sexual gratification and you can have that with a man too. Therefore men and women are 'equal'.

Abortion says - the whole life-given purpose of female-ness is subservient to convenience. The very purpose of the female life is less important than consumerism.

It is this, I believe, that is Satans attack on mankind. Destroy the Female aspect of our societies and you destroy family, community, compassion, tolerance, respect and dignity. Its a very clever approach and the great shame in all this is that women themselves - in their seemingly unending compassion and tolerance - extend their hearts to those who wish to mock and undermine them.

As father Gabriel Amorth (the vatican exorcist) reported in conversation with Satan about Mary;
"“She makes me angry because she is the humblest of all creatures, and because I am the proudest; because she is the purest of all creatures, and I am not; because, of all creatures, she is the most obedient to God, and I am a rebel!”

Remember too that the Catholic faith is the only faith (and the only Christian denomination) to hold a female and the female principle in such high esteem.
Protestant faiths specifically do not; Catholics hold these female values and attributes front and centre and recognise - as central to our Faith - that without the female principle we would not have a Saviour.

To undermine this is crucial to undermining our faith.

So heres a thought; why not go to your nearest and dearest females - your mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and friends - and tell them we love them not just because of who they are or what they've achieved but because of what they are too?

JMC said...

Righty, you have what I have always believed is the crux of the matter. There has long been a belief that, if mankind had not fallen, Christ still would have come and walked among us as a man; he just would not have had to suffer and die. (If you read "Mystical City of God" by Mary of Agreda, Our Lady herself confirmed the truth of this belief.) At the very beginning of Creation (God created the angels before anything else), God told the angels His plan; He told them that He intended to send His Son among us, and the woman He chose to be His mother would be placed above the angels. It is this to which Satan objected; he refused to be subservient to a creature. That was bad enough; that this creature was to be a mere human was unbearable to him.
By extension, therefore, Satan hates ALL women, because each and every one of us, in his eyes, is a reflection of the one who caused his downfall. So women reject their very femininity and become copies of men. True marriage, true motherhood, true FAMILY are all reflections of the Holy Family; true marriage, theology tells us, is a reflection of the Trinity Itself. So it only makes sense that his final battle would be one against the family. The whole same-sex "marriage" thing is just the latest phalanx in that war; it started with radical feminism and went on from there.
Christ assured us that in the end, God would prevail. Right now, I think that's our last and greatest hope. We do what we can in our own small ways, knowing that we are doing God's work.

God bless.

Emmett O'Regan said...

You might like the following book on Irish prophecies MightyRighty:

JMC said...

I just checked it out, and in the first prophecy in the book, I found something very relevant. One line is translated as saying that marriages will be solemnized without witnesses. The footnote to that line says that the word translated as "witnesses" can also mean "testimony," in that case taken to refer to "issue," so the line could also be read, "marriages will not be blessed with an issue." That sounds like precisely what is happening today.

It also speaks of the Lord's Day no longer being observed, "unblushing" women, and many other things that are rampant in the world today...and that's just in the first few pages! Very thought-provoking.

Aprígio Melo said...

Thanks for The answer Mighty... yeah this thing of gender ideology is hell itself....
Id like to comment another subject that passed my mind this days...I was listening to Bishop willianson from SSPX, his comments on present situation in the Vatican are very interesting, anyone here knows him?

MightyRighty said...

@Emmett -

You might like the co-inky-dink between the Sword of Michael and his shield and the placement of same with the Dalcassians and placement of Walsingham in England (google maps).

You might also notice the Dragon in the shape of the English channel around St Michaels feet.

Its a stretch, I know, but its as plausible as any other scenario we have at the moment....

regards etc...

Anonymous said...

I was reading Father Richard Heilman's recent posting over at and I couldn't help but draw a connection between St. Bosco's prophecy of the two moons and the coming mega-tsunami. First, this is what Father Heilman said regarding the Saint Don Bosco prophecy:

"Another St. John Bosco dream/prophecy is less-known, which can shed light on interpreting the dream of the two columns.

The dream/prophecy ends as follows:

'There shall yet come a violent hurricane. Iniquity is at an end, sin shall cease, and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers, the rainbow of peace shall appear on earth … Throughout the world a sun so bright shall shine as never seen since the flames of the Cenacle until today, nor shall it be seen again until the end of time.'

Here’s an interesting insight that will blow you away …

This year, there is a rare occurrence of two full moons in the same month … two of these in the same year. When this happens, in any month, the second full moon, in that month, is referred to as a “blue moon.”

Get this …

On January 31, 2018, a super rare event will occur. This will be a “Super, Blue, Blood Moon.” “Super” because the moon is near to the earth. “Blue” because it is the second in a month. “Blood” because it will also be a lunar eclipse.

Okay, that’s pretty cool. But here’s the kicker. January 31 is the Feast of St. John Bosco. Is God highlighting St. John Bosco?

Wait, it get’s better.

Remember that I said there are two Blue Moon events in one year? Want to know when the second one is?

The second Blue Moon will occur in March, which contains the first day of Spring … you know, Spring … when flowers begin to bloom … “and before two full moons shall have shone in the month of flowers.” -St. John Bosco.

There’s more!

The Blue Moon in March occurs on March 31. What’s significant of that date? It coincides with Holy Saturday, which commemorates Our Lord’s descent into Hades and the Harrowing of Hell.


“Pay Attention to St. John Bosco” -God

I believe the Super Blue Blood Moon on the Feast of St. John Bosco is God trying to get our attention that there is something God wants us to notice, related to St. John Bosco.

Historic Light Being Shone

After 100 years of Satan’s unbinding, as prophesied by Pope Leo XIII, we are now seeing an “historic light” being shown on evil, that had been, up until now, allowed to move unabated, and is now being radically called into question.

Even Pope Benedict held that this 100 years, most likely, began with Our Lady of Fatima’s warning in 1917 and would conclude in 2017..."

Father Heilman goes on to also connect these events to the Revelation 12 sign. But what really struck me about Saint Don Bosco's prophecy was the mention of a "rainbow of peace" appearing after a time of unprecedented strife and sin. Why a "rainbow of peace" and not just "peace." The "rainbow" hearkens back to Genesis and the Deluge. We know the Revelation 12 sign in connected to the threat of Chastisement by a mega-tsunami originating in the Canary Islands. I feel that St. Don Bosco's prophecy is saying that Peace is coming, but it will only come after a chastisement. If the Peace of St. Bosco's prophecy is conncected with a "rainbow" then the chastisement that precedes it must be related to some sort of chastisement by deluge.

At least that's how I see it. Tell me what you think.

John Fitzgerald said...


Hi, I'm curious as to why you think the Great Monarch might hail from England. I'm from there myself, though my parents are Irish (and I'm obviously not a candidate to be the GM!) I'm interested because pretty much all the literature I've read on the subject has him as a Frenchman. Is your hunch anything to do with King Arthur, perhaps, and the persistent legends throughout Britain of the sleeping Kimg and so forth?

Thanks and all the best,


JMC said...

John, you just asked the same question I was thinking. Most legends have some basis in fact. I was just reading "The Prophecies of Ss. Columbkille, Maetamlacht..." et al, and in one them, mention is made of a King who, along with a large number of his men, were "enchanted" inside a great stone. British legend in general, and Irish legend in particular, are full of legends of a great king who is supposed to return one day. By the 11th or 12th century, those legends had coalesced into what is now known as the Arthurian legend.
Personally, I'm beginning to wonder if the "great king" of all the legends was actually meant to be a symbolic allusion to the return of Christ the King at the end of time. This returning king, I have noticed, has always been one known for great justice, benevolence, etc. What better to symbolize the King of kings Himself?

Emmett O'Regan said...

JMC, the coming of the Great Monarch doesn't refer to the Second Coming of Christ, but rather together with the Angelic Pope, these figures are both a type of Christ. They represent different aspects of Christ who, like Melchizedek, was a "Priest-King". The Angelic Pope represents the priest aspect, while the Great Monarch represents the kingly aspect. They are both mere men though, albeit important ones. According to private prophecy, the Great Monarch is the restraining force of 2Thes 2 who holds back the appearance of the Antichrist. After the Great Monarch lies down his crown on the Mount of Olives, the Antichrist appears to claim dominion over the earth.

psieve2 said...

I think all the nations have been evangelized, whether they accepted Christ or not. If not Catholic, I would hope the prophecies Great Warning or the Great Pope would eventually fix that for most.

psieve2 said...

I saw that! I hoped someone would have posted that, so I wouldn't have to find it again.

Unknown said...

Recently, I had a similar thought to JMC's about the Great Monarch.
There are many prophecies about a Great Monarch and not all of them "matchup". If you refer to Birch's book on the end times I don't believe that he concludes that this king will in fact be French.
If you refer to Rev. Culleton's book on this subject he includes a wide variety of prophecies about this future king including prophecies which state that the Great Monarch is from the Orient or from the East, from the West, from the North; that he is a prince, a knight, an emperor, a King, a Lion or an Eagle, a Bourbon, a Lily or a white flower, a star, a duke, of Spanish origin, a great Celt but not Irish, a scion of Charlemagne, Pepin, Clovis. etc.. of the French Kings, a great warrior, an exile or captive in his youth, and finally that he will be a Catholic but not a German.
Rev. Culleton does conlude that the Great Monarch will be French but I think that he attempted to make the best sense of all of the Great Monarch prophecies and he believed that they should all lead to one single person. Therefore, since many state that the Great Monarch will be French he came to this conclusion. Maybe he'll be right or maybe not.
Maybe there is another possibility which is that after the Warning many people including many leaders all over the world will convert. So maybe the Great Monarch who is coming is in fact, Jesus Christ but not in his glorified body but in the form of the Warning in which all mankind will see a cross and be aware of their sins and the truth regarding Our Lord.
So, possibly some of the prophecies of a Great Monarch describe Our Lord himself and others may describe various leaders who will be transformed after the Warning has occurred. And quite possibly, the prophecies which state that the Great Monarch will lay down his crown and his sceptre on Mount Olivet is symbolic for the beginning of the3.5yr. reign of the Antichrist but not a literal prophecy at all.

MightyRighty said...

@John Fitzgerald - You need to read more carefully - most of the literature has him as a French King or occupying the throne of France in some way. It doesnt say he will be a Frenchman.

@Dreamer one - 'There are many prophecies about a Great Monarch and not all of them match up'
Indeed they dont.... unless you read them differently - as I seem to do.

'from the West, from the North;' - He could be from both - the North West couldnt he? Depends on where you wrteo the prophecy from. The Scandanavians might say he was from the South! Context is important!

I would be very interested to know where you got this assertion from as I have never heard it and am doubtful of it "a great Celt but not Irish".

regards etc


'a prince, a knight, an emperor, a King, a Lion or an Eagle, a Bourbon, a Lily or a white flower, a star, a duke, of Spanish origin'
Perhaps we should look at the symbolic atributes of these labels?
What would someone with the qualities of a Lion from a place with a Lily symbol, the attitude of a Knight and the office of a Duke look like?

'a scion of Charlemagne, Pepin, Clovis' Again, what do these names represent as symbols? Charlamagne clearly represents a United Europe while my reading indicates the Pepin and Clovis represent lapsed/doubtful catholicism and/or sponsorship of Universities.

Unknown said...


I took all of that information directly from Culleton's book, page 70 in the printed book. Here is a link to the text if you would like to take a look at it, I think that you may be correct for questioning the prophecy related to the Great Monarch being a Celt because when I looked for more specifics in the text this actually appears to relate to the Holy Pope.

At the moment, I am sticking to the theory that I stated above. Thank you for your interest though.

Remnant Clergy said...

It won’t be that volcano but real asteroids that hit both Atlantic and Pacific. One tsunami will be 125 feet high and another will be 100 meters high. Not necessarily at the same time. Planet X is real and that will be the Sixth Seal, the great Warning.