Terry Nelson Of Abbey Roads Blog The Seer of Earthquakes & Anti-Locutionist Predicted The Ecuador Earthquake: Tomorrow Is A Big Day.

Señor de los Temblores (Lord of the Earthquakes)
Several cities will be shaken down and swallowed up by earthquakes. People will believe that all is lost. Nothing will be seen but murder, nothing will be heard but the clash of arms and blasphemy. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
Water and fire will give the earth's globe convulsions and terrible earthquakes which will swallow up mountains, cities, etc.. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
There will be thunderstorms which will shake cities, earthquakes which will swallow up countries. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
“Evil books will be abundant on earth and the sprits of darkness will spread everywhere a universal slackening of all that concerns the service of God. They will have great power over Nature: there will be churches built to serve these spirits. People will be transported from one place to another by these evil spirits, even priests, for they will not have been guided by the good spirit of the Gospel which is a spirit of humility, charity and zeal for the glory of God. On occasions, the dead and the righteous will be brought back to life. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
I steal from Terry - he is one of my muses.

I could not help but steal the Lord of Earthquakes posted on his blog.

I never knew about this crucifix until I read Terry's post. So I used the same image that was on his blog on several of my posts on pending earthquake doom during the nine day Pope Francis doom novena that began on Friday, 8 April.

Nine days of the doom novena would end on Saturday. 16 April.

When I first spotted the image of our Lord of the Earthquakes, it was during the first earthquake that shook Japan.

I have used the image several times during the doom novena.

Little did I know that the 'big one' would be on Saturday. 16 April. and that the big one would be in Ecuador.

But Terry knew...which I'm sure he will never admit it. He was forced to post this on Friday the day before:

Tomorrow is a big day.

Terry has already posted prayers for the victims. here

Thanks, Terry



  1. You are most welcome. I've been a secret admirer of yours for a very long time. God bless you!

  2. LoL. Here's another nugget for you great equivocators:


    "Recently some bloggers have created a controversy over a video of Los Angeles Archbishop Gomez presiding over a Mass wherein a gay couple - two dads and their child were part of the group who brought forward the gifts at the Offertory. The critics provided the commentary, claiming the Archbishop gave approval to same sex marriage in the process. I didn't quite see it that way.

    I don't know the story of course, nor the situation of the two men. It appears they have a child. I don't know anything else. It seems to me a great leap to assume that the Archbishop was condoning gay marriage at that Mass.

    What if the men were living chastely, as brothers, and they had a son, for whom they are responsible for? What if they are fulfilling an obligation to raise that son a Catholic? What if these guys are chaste and celibate, disinterested friends, going to confession, receiving spiritual direction?

    I do not hear Archbishop Gomez promoting gay marriage. I do not hear Pope Francis or Cardinal Schönborn doing so. Each has affirmed gay marriage is not possible and cannot be considered analogous with traditional marriage and family. Nevertheless, inviting people to reconciliation, to prayer and worship together as Catholics is not condoning a sinful situation or lifestyle.

    As Kilcawley said:

    “You have permission to be wounded, and so it’s ok to come and tell your priest that you have this problem in your life. He’s not going to run away from you, he’s not going to scold you, he’s not going to condemn you, he just wants to help you heal.”

    Muse away on this tabloid of sorrows, DXV!


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