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Mexico’s Sleeping Princess Volcano Will Awaken

July 8, 2023 10:02 PM

In a word of knowledge, the Holy Spirit uttered the simple word, “Volcano.” When I asked if He had a warning about a future volcano eruption, He said, “Yes.”

When I asked Him to reveal which one, I was expecting Him to name a familiar volcano in North America—like the Yellowstone Caldera in Wyoming, Mount St. Helens, Mount Baker, or Mount Rainier in the Cascade Mountain range, or in Mount Redoubt in Alaska. Most of the rhema words of warning I receive involve America. But this time, the Holy Spirit gave me the name of the volcano in another language that I could barely pronounce. The spelling of such a word was beyond me.

So I memorized the combination of consonant and vowel sounds of the mysterious name that the Holy Spirit gave me and wrote down what I thought I had heard. The language was not a Western language, but sounded Native American. Then I started to research the indigenous names of the volcanos in the United States. To my dismay, not a single name matched what I had heard. I was about to give up, thinking I was on a wild goose chase, but then the Holy Spirit urged, “Look in Mexico.”

So when I went through the list of volcanos in Mexico, to my complete surprise, one name matched exactly with the sound combination that the Holy Spirit had given me— IZTACCÍHUATL. This dormant volcanic mountain (17,160 feet) in Mexico is located on the border between the State of Mexico and Puebla within Izta-Popo Zoquiapan National Park. This volcano is also considered to be the “twin” of the more active and slightly taller nearby volcano, Popocatépetl (17,802 feet). The name “Iztaccíhuatl” is Nahuatl—the Uto-Aztecan language—for “Woman in White”, reflecting the four individual snow-capped peaks which depict the head, chest, knees and feet of a sleeping female when seen from east or west. According to Wikipedia, “In Aztec mythology, Iztaccíhuatl was a princess who fell in love with one of her father’s warriors, Popocatépetl. The emperor sent Popocatépetl to war in Oaxaca, promising him Iztaccíhuatl as his wife when he returned (which Iztaccíhuatl’s father presumed he would not). Iztaccíhuatl was falsely told that Popocatépetl had died in battle, and believing the news, she died of grief. When Popocatépetl returned to find his love dead, he took her body to a spot outside Tenochtitlan and knelt by her grave. The gods covered them with snow and changed them into mountains.”

When I read that Iztaccíhuatl was long dormant, with no historic record of eruption in the last 11,000 years, I wondered how this volcano could become possibly active again. But the Holy Spirit said, “Iztaccíhuatl will reawaken—and shake with fury.” So this is a warning for communities in the vicinity to cautiously prepare for such an eruption, even though there are not yet strong signs of one to come. The “sleeping princess” volcano will indeed awaken.


Psalm 97:5 NIV

5 The mountains melt like wax before the Lord,
before the Lord of all the earth.

Psalm 104:31-32 NIV

31 May the glory of the Lord endure forever;
may the Lord rejoice in his works—
32 he who looks at the earth, and it trembles,
who touches the mountains, and they smoke.

Psalm 144:5 NIV

5 Part your heavens, Lord, and come down;
touch the mountains, so that they smoke.

Isaiah 29:5-6 NIV

Suddenly, in an instant,
6 the Lord Almighty will come
with thunder and earthquake and great noise,
with windstorm and tempest and flames of a devouring fire.

Nahum 1:5-6 NIV

5 The mountains quake before him
and the hills melt away.
The earth trembles at his presence,
the world and all who live in it.
6 Who can withstand his indignation?
Who can endure his fierce anger?
His wrath is poured out like fire;
the rocks are shattered before him.

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