Mother Shipton On The Coming Pole Shift
December 5, 2012 in Activism
Ursula Southeil, born in 1488 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, in a cave now known as Mother Shipton’s Cave, is said to have been an English soothsayer and prophetess who died in 1561.
Ursula Southeil (Mother Shipton) is said to have also given prophecies in her time that were related to our current day. These prophecies also appear to be describing the coming Pole Shift event that will effect all life on planet Earth.
Ursula Southeil’s (Mother Shipton’s) Prophecy:
“When pictures look alive with movements free,
when ships like fishes swim beneath the sea,
when men outstripping birds can soar the sky,
then, half the World, deep drenched in blood, shall die.”
“For those who live the century through,
in fear and trembling this shall do.
Flee to the mountains and the dens
To bog and forest and wild fens.”
“For storms will rage and oceans roar
When Gabriel stands on sea and shore.
And as he blows his wondrous horn,
Old worlds die and new be born.”
“A fiery dragon will cross the sky,
Six times before this earth shall die.
Mankind will tremble and frightened be,
For the sixth heralds in this prophecy.”
“For seven days and seven nights,
Man will watch this awesome sight.
The tides will rise beyond their ken,
To bite away the shores and then,
The mountains will begin to roar,
And earthquakes split the plain to shore.”
“And flooding waters, rushing in,
Will flood the lands with such a din,
That mankind cowers in the muddy fen,
And snarls about his fellow men.”
“And lands will crack and rend anew,
You think it strange. It will come true.
Not every Soul on Earth will die,
As the dragons tail goes sweeping by.
Not every land on Earth will sink,
But these will wallow in stench and stink.
Of rotting bodies of beast and man,
Of vegetation crisped on land.”
“But the land that rises from the Sea,
Will be dry and clean and soft and free.
Of mankinds dirt and therefore be,
The source of man’s new dynasty.”
“And those that live will ever fear,
The dragons tail for many year.
But time erases memory.
You think it strange. But it will be.”