Our Lady Of La Salette On USA Has Seen Record Weather Disasters This Year. It's Only September...

We must be getting closer to the start of the 35 years worth f Chastisements promise by Our Lady. 

Which means Pope Francis will die soon. 

As you know once the Two Pope Are the Chastisements start.

U.S. has seen a record number of weather disasters this year. It’s only September. 

Hurricane Idalia, which barreled through the Big Bend region of Florida late last month before battering other communities in Georgia and the Carolinas, thankfully wasn’t the cataclysmic storm that forecasters had feared days before. But the Category 3 hurricane, which caused widespread flooding in some communities, still left behind a costly trail of damage — and solidified an unsettling place in the record books. Idalia became the 23rd “billion dollar” weather disaster to strike the United States this year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported on Monday, eclipsing the previous record of 22 set in 2020. And there are still four months left in this year, with the very real potential for more devastating weather ahead. “It takes a lot to surprise me with all these extremes, but this year has been a surprise,” said Adam Smith, a NOAA economist and scientist who analyzes weather- and climate-related disasters. ‘They are not slowing down’: The rise of billion-dollar disasters The record tally includes a startling number of severe storms that have wreaked havoc on wide swaths of the nation, from tornadoes that damaged homes and businesses across the South and Midwest to destructive hailstorms from Minnesota and Colorado. The list also includes atmospheric rivers that dumped enormous amounts of rain on California, severe flooding in Vermont and the horrific wildfires that decimated Lahaina on the Hawaiian island of Maui. By NOAA’s tally, the events so far this year have caused 253 direct and indirect fatalities and produced more than $57.6 billion in damage — a figure that likely will rise as officials continue to document losses from Tropical Storm Hilary in southern California and drought that persisted across parts of the Midwest and South. NOAA tracks disasters back to 1980, using an array of public and private data including insurance payouts and infrastructure damage to estimate their economic impact. Over time, there has been an unmistakable increase in the frequency and overall cost of such catastrophes across the country. A man looks at the fire damage on Sunday in Lahaina. 

A man looks at the fire damage on Sunday in Lahaina. © Matt McClain/The Washington Post Related video: The best and worst weather of the day for Sept. 11 (Dailymotion) While the United States has experienced an average of about eight billion-dollar disasters annually over the past four decades, in the past five years, that average has jumped to nearly 18 events annually. Five of the past six years have seen total losses in excess of $100 billion, when adjusted for inflation. Smith recalls thinking that the 22 billion-dollar disasters in 2020 — a year that saw a deadly and destructive wildfire season in the West and multiple hurricanes such as Laura that slammed into the Gulf Coast — would likely not be eclipsed anytime soon. “I thought, ‘That record is probably going to stand for a while,’” he said. “Just 3 years later, we are shattering a record that had shattered previous records.” The reasons behind the rise in billion-dollar disasters involves multiple factors, including the fact that Americans have continued to flock to some of the most vulnerable areas, and ongoing development in disaster-prone spots has put ever more assets in harm’s way. But, scientists say, there is also no ignoring that climate change has played an unmistakable role. “The climate has already changed, and neither the built environment nor the response systems are keeping up with the change,” W. Craig Fugate, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency during the Obama administration, said in an email. July marked the warmest in NOAA’s 174-year record, as heat waves stretched across large parts of the country and the globe. Researchers have documented repeatedly how the warming atmosphere is supercharging storms and fueling torrential rainfalls that overwhelm infrastructure. Deepening droughts make landscapes more susceptible to wildfire. Hotter oceans create the conditions for rapidly strengthening hurricanes. More frequent disasters also mean less time to prepare for each one. An analysis last fall by the research nonprofit Climate Central found that from 2017 to 2021, the nation experienced a billion-dollar disaster every 18 days on average, compared with 82 days between such events on average in the 1980s. In many places, Fugate said, what building codes are in place often proves a key factor in determining how devastating a disaster is. “It is really the story of shortsighted cost versus longer-term savings,” he wrote. “Many fight increasing building codes as too costly and making house unaffordable, but on the other hand, we see the difference between what remains after a storm and what is destroyed.” 

Storm shutters are down on a property in St. Pete Beach, Fla., on Aug. 28 ahead of Hurricane Idalia. (Thomas Simonetti for The Washington Post) Storm shutters are down on a property in St. Pete Beach, Fla., on Aug. 28 ahead of Hurricane Idalia. (Thomas Simonetti for The Washington Post) The increasing number of disasters has compelled local governments and ordinary Americans alike to struggle with the sudden financial burdens such disasters can impose. Congress in recent years has approved a historic amount of funding aimed at modernizing the nation’s infrastructure, but many places around the country must still grapple with aging pipes, roads and other systems built for a different century — and another climate. For now, Smith remains concerned about what still lies ahead in 2023. Historically, some of the most costly disasters — monster hurricanes, voracious wildfires, ongoing droughts — have come in the latter half of the year. He hopes after a record-breaking 2023 so far, a respite lies ahead. But the numbers suggest any break in billion-dollar disasters won’t last for long. “We’ve got more exposure plus more vulnerability plus the influence of climate change supercharging many of these extremes,” he said. “The trends in frequency and cost for most of these different hazards continues to rise, and I don’t see those trends changing anytime soon.” Source


"I didn't see, I don't see any Great Pope or Great Monarch before an extremely great tribulation, horrifying, terrible and general for all Christendom. But before that time, twice there will be a short lived peace; TWO shaky, servile, doubtful popes" Mélanie


God will abandon mankind to itself and will send punishments which will follow one after the other for more than thirty-five years. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)


“Evil books will be abundant on earth and the spirits 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. (That is to say that these dead will take on the form of righteous souls which had lived on earth, in order to lead men further astray; these so-called resurrected dead, who will be nothing but the devil in this form, will preach another Gospel contrary to that of the true Christ Jesus, denying the existence of Heaven; that is also to say, the souls of the damned. All these souls will appear as if fixed to their bodies) Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)



“May the curate of my Son, Pope Pius IX never leave Rome again after 1859; may he, however, be steadfast and noble, may he fight with the weapons of faith and love. I will be at his side. May he be on his guard against Napoleon: he is two-faced, and when he wishes to make himself Pope as well as Emperor, God will soon draw back from him. He is the master-mind who, always wanting to ascend further, will fall on the sword he wished to use to force his people to be raised up. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879) 



"A forerunner of the Antichrist, with his troops drawn from many nations, will wage war against the true Christ, sole Savior of the world; he will shed much blood and will seek to annihilate the cult of God so as to be regarded as a god." Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)


"During the time of the approach of the punishments announced at La Salette,an unlimited amount of false revelations will arise from hell like a swarm of flies; a last attempt of Satan to choke and destroy the belief in the true revelations by false ones." Marie Julie Jahenny of La Faudais (d.1891)


1. Two Popes. (13 March 2013)
2. Manifestation of the Forerunner to the Antichrist (21 October 2019)
3. Death of Pope Benedict (31 December 2022)
4. Death Of Pope Francis The Last of the Two Popes (_ _/_ _/2023)
6. Start of Thirty Five Years Worth of Chastisements (_ _ / _ _ / 2023)
7. Rise of the Political Power of the Forerunner to the Antichrist (_ _ / _ _ / _ _ _ _)
8. Creation of Forerunner's Nationalist Army (_ _ / _ _ / _ _ _ _)
9. Persecution of the Catholic Church by the Forerunner and His Nationalist Army(_ _ / _ _ / _ _ _ _)
10. Murder of Fatima Pope & Faithful on top a Steep Mountain by Forerunner and his Army.
11. The Rise of the Great Monarch & Great Pontiff (near the end of the 35 year Chastisement)
12. The death of the Forerunner to the Antichrist.


“The great chastisement will come, because men will not be converted; yet it is only their conversion that can hinder these scourges. God will begin to strike men by inflicting lighter punishments in order to open their eyes; then He will stop, or may repeat His former warnings to give place for repentance. But sinners will not avail themselves of these opportunities; He will, in consequence, send more severe castigations, anxious to move sinners to repentance, but all in vain. Finally, the obduracy of sinners shall draw upon their heads the greatest and most terrible calamities. Mélanie

“We are all guilty! Penance is not done, and sin increases daily. Those who should come forward to do good are retained by fear. Evil is great. A moderate punishment serves only to irritate the spirits, because they view all things with human eyes. God could work a miracle to convert and change the aspect of the earth without chastisement. God will work a miracle; it will be a stroke of His mercy; but after the wicked shall have inebriated themselves with blood, the scourge shall arrive Mélanie

“What countries shall be preserved from such calamities? Where shall we go for refuge? I, in my turn, shall ask, What is the country that observes the commandments of God? What country is not influenced by human fear where the interest of the Church and the glory of God are at stake? (Ah, indeed! What country, what nation upon earth?) In behalf of my Superior and myself, I have often asked myself where we could go for refuge, had we the means for the journey and for our subsistence, on condition that no person were to know it? But I renounce these useless thoughts. We are very guilty! In consequence of this, it is necessary that a very great and terrible scourge should come to revive our faith, and to restore to us our very reason, which we have almost entirely lost. Mélanie

Victim of Jesus nee MELANIE CALVAT,
Shepherdess of La Salette

"I protest highly against a different text, which people may dare publish after my death. I protest once more against the very false statements of all those who dare say and write First that I embroidered the Secret; second, against those who state that the Queen Mother did not say to transmit the Secret to all her people." Mélanie


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