Hey folks here some prophecies here in PNG,
There is local prophecy specific in my area, Gulf province, Miaru village, which was been foretold by an elder between the period of 1920-1940.
Note sure about the specific period, but My grandparents, were at the ages 10-13 at the time.
This local prophet during those times mentioned about money being replaced by "cards", then that been replaced by another form of trading,
He also said that strange things were to happen during this times.
The unfortunate thing was that, this prophecy was told through word of mouth and never had being recorded, as people were still illitrate back then.
I was priveldge to have heard this from both my granpants who at that time witnessed and heard this prophetic words.
The prophet was also reported to have recieved this information, in a strange manner, similar to that of speaking on an hand held phone....
He would speak as though he was engaged in a phone coversation..The odd thing was that there weren't any phones introduced in the village yet.
He predicated, also that our country would have our own money in the near future. And he was indeed correct we had independence in 1975 and with it
introduced our own currency Kina and toea.
He also mentioned that this again will be replace by some sort of trading method...trading via chips???
So as anyone can understand, that I heard of this prophecy way before I found out about this Elites and thier NWO agenda, and othe related prophecies
about a coming new age and such.
I was truly amazed. It did not really occur as a surprise given the prophet had been correct about our independence and the introduction of our own
I also had a workmate from Tari in the highlands of PNG who told of their local prophecy about a lake drying up.And this is currently occurring as a
result of mining activities in the area. he told that if this has happened then the time will have been near.
This two prophecies are independent of each other from both different geographical locations in PNG.
Take it for what its worth. Peace
Miaru village, PNG