According to her recently published book, psychic Julie Rowe thinks the Supermoon signals end of the world in September 2015. The author grounds her declarations on the near-death experience she lived in 2004.
Julie Rowe, the author of the volume “A Greater Tomorrow” claims the end of the world is due to take place on September 2015. Some of you may argue that September is coming to an end and the world is still living, but Rowe thinks the apocalyptic event is due to take place on September 27, the exact date when the Supermoon eclipse is scheduled.
Julie Rowe is not an expert in world predictions, yet she believes the Providence has spoken to her reveling her important past, present and future events. This happened in 2004, when the writer fell really sick and experienced an out-of-body experience.
During her illness, Rowe reached the Spirit World where significant life events were revealed to her by an ancestor called John. According to Julie, the ancestor introduced her to many beautiful places in the Spirit World and showed her some of the most important events in the Earth’s Book of Life.
This book contained important images related to past, present and future events on Earth. Thus, Rowe saw Adam and Eve, prophets Noah and Moses. She even witnessed Jesus Christ’s life and the most important events in His life, namely, his crucifixion and his resurrection.
John also showed Julie some occurrences that the Earth will experience. According to her statement in the book, the author saw Joseph Smith’s restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ and was able to predict it in due time.
This time, Rowe has made a dreadful prediction: she thinks this September’s Supermoon eclipse is an omen. The author is convinced that the end of the world is due to take place on September 27 and that the Supermoon is nothing but a divine sign indicating it.
Her declarations have been acknowledged by the Mormon Church, whose member Julie is. The religious community also believes that the presence of the Supermoon is not positive. They think Rowe’s book should be recommended as a teaching source for the accurate predictions it makes.
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