A Comet Plunges into the Mediterranean Sea
April 3, 2021 7:58 PM
July 19, 2018
In a dream vision I was taken up far into space where I saw a burning comet traveling fast. This comet emitted great clouds of gas around it, leaving a dirty trail. The comet appeared to move slightly to the left and right and up and down, as if it did not stay completely fixed on its path. It did not burn uniformly at all times. And yet it had an undeniable path overall. The comet had speed and purpose and seemed to hum as if it were alive. It had a trajectory and a mission.
Surprised to find myself in outer space—this rarely happens to me in dream visions—I asked God the Father, “Why are you showing me this?” and a voice, which I assumed was His, replied, “Look where the comet is going.”
The vision changed and suddenly I saw the planet Earth below me. I watched the comet fall quickly down toward the Earth, heading for a roughly elliptical sea that I soon recognized as the Mediterranean. Yet seen from upon high, its waters flashing light like a mirror, the sea resembled a giant white sea bird with partially outstretched wings. The comet crashed into the Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey. I heard the words, “To the left of Ionia.”
When I awoke, I searched maps of the Aegean Sea and found Ionia, a region on the western coast of Turkey that includes the ancient cities of Ephesus and Smyrna and the modern city of Izmir.
The very next morning, I received the exact same dream vision, only this time it began with the comet’s fall into the sea. Twice did I see it land in the Aegean Sea off the coast of Ionia, Turkey.
God left the arrival date of this comet a mystery, but its eventual arrival and its plunge appeared certain. The Lord God alone rules the Heavens and the Earth. Those living on the Mediterranean Sea, particularly those near the Aegean Sea, beware.
“The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.”