In a dream on May 6, 2015, I was on the east coast of the United States standing where I could see the ocean. I could hear the voices of the people talking, standing out in their lawns and those who had homes along the beach. They were looking out to the ocean. There was a big military presence in the ocean, ships, service men and women. It seemed they were preparing for a disaster or some sort of chaos to ensue.
A man came up to me and said, “The Navy is turning off all the fresh water for the entire East Coast.” He said “There will be no drinking water, it will not be drinkable.”
I asked “What should we do?”
He answered, “Everyone must evacuate and move to the center of the United States. There will be no clean water to drink here any longer.”
I woke up with a sense of foreboding. If such a scenario actually happens, we would see thousands upon thousands of people trying to leave the coast line. The chaos of gridlock traffic would defeat an evacuation. I wasn’t shown how deep westward the drinking water would be unavailable from the east coastline. I am also concerned about societal breakdown in the areas where there is still uncontaminated water. There is no city that could handle a mass influx of thousands or more citizens over a period of days or weeks.
What could cause such a scenario? Were the underground water sheds contaminated somehow? Water and food would become the new currency as everything else that once held value will be useless rubbish.
Author: Kasey Streichert Burt
Kasey Streichert Burt has received dreams and visions along with hearing the audible voice of God since she was a young child. She has applied herself to the word of God educationally and spiritually, graduating from Stetson University with a major in Religious Studies and attended Asbury Theological Seminary with a major in Pastoral Counseling. She is an ordained non-denominational Pastor. She shares her insights on her website, https://propheticdreams.home.blog/
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