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Is the three days of Darkness a true prophecy?

Is the three days of Darkness a true prophecy?

The Three Days of Darkness is an eschatological prophecy of future events, held by some Catholics to be true. The prophecy foretells three days and nights of “an intense darkness” [1] over the whole earth, against which the only light will come from blessed beeswax candles, and during which “all the enemies of the Church will perish.”

When does the world go into total darkness?

NASA as well as ESA have made this announcement where apparently the world will enter total darkness for three days, starting on December 21, as a consequence of a solar storm. This storm is the largest of the last 50 years and will last 72 hours.

Is there a trigger event for 3 days of Darkness?

There will be a ‘kick-off’ event that will TRIGGER the domino effect that I have talked about before. This ‘TRIGGER EVENT’ will bring much destruction, but it will be MY signal that ‘the end’ has officially begun. It will be the start of the last few years that remain.

Who was the seer of the three days of Darkness?

Blessed Anna Maria Taigi (1769–1837) is the most known seer of the Three Days of Darkness and describes the event in this way: There shall come over the whole earth an intense darkness lasting three days and three nights.

Are there 3 days of Darkness in Exodus?

There were 3 days of darkness in Exodus, right before the first Passover lamb was slain and 3 hours right before Jesus died on the the cross and the earthquake was so great that people came up alive out of their graves! Both are pictures of the Passover, then rising up to go out to the Promised Land.

What to do during the 3 days of Darkness?

Get anointed oil and anoint your doors and windows as God instructed the Israelites to do when the 3 days of darkness fell over Israel. If you don’t have any buy some olive oil, lift it to heaven and ask God to consecrate it to be a representation of the Holy Spirit, blood of Jesus and fire of God and anoint your doors and windows.