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Predictions of Ellen White Fulfilled?
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An Analysis of Various Predictions of Ellen G. White

9/11 -- The September 11 Terrorist Attacks   In 1901 Ellen White saw fireproof, New York City skyscrapers not yet built come crashing down after burning like pitch. Did this vision come true?

Balls of Fire and Fiery Arrows: Incendiary Bombs?   In 1904 and 1906 Ellen White described seeing balls of fire falling and destroying buildings. The 1906 description included fiery arrows jetting out from these balls, which then ignited fires. Was she seeing some of modern warfare's new weaponry?

Cancer Caused by Germs   Francis Peyton Rous proposed in 1910 that cancer is caused by a virus. He later got a Nobel prize for his discovery. But Ellen White said the same thing five years before he did. How did she know that?

Drugs the Cause of Most Deaths   While certainly medical science has come a long ways since Ellen White wrote what she did in 1864, recent reports in the Journal of the American Medical Association are troubling. Was Ellen White on to something when she said that drugs cause most deaths?

Mad Cow Disease   Long ago, Ellen White predicted that the day would come when all animal products would be unsafe. Was she right on that one, given recent news stories on Mad Cow Disease? Was she wrong, or just lucky? Read the information we've collected, and tell us what you think.

Moses Hull   Ellen White had some interesting things to say about a preacher named Moses Hull who eventually became a noted spiritualist lecturer. We cite four of her predictions regarding this man. Did the things she foretold come true?

The National Sunday Law   Like most Seventh-day Adventists, Ellen G. White believed that Sunday worship would one day be enforced by law, while obedience to the fourth commandment would be prohibited. In this series we look at her prediction, the 1880's, and recent statements by Pat Robertson, Pope John Paul, and others...

"No Safety in Possessing Flocks or Herds"   Wacky as it sounds, Ellen G. White predicted that that it would become unsafe to possess flocks and herds. Wackier yet are the news stories about kids getting bird flu from kissing chickens, and prions being found in milk and urine. Who would have dreamed?

Rome to Regain Her Lost Supremacy   At leastly partly because of Ellen White, Seventh-day Adventists are one of the few groups still concerned about the papacy retaking control of the world. Is this concern just a relic of the Dark Ages, or is it possible that it just might happen? Have the principles the papacy exhibited in the past changed, or does it operate today pretty much like it always has?

Scientists: What Causes Hurricanes Like Katrina?   Ellen White predicted that scientists would falsely attribute hurricanes and other disasters to mere naturalistic processes. Oddly enough, many scientists have done that very thing in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, casting blame upon global warming and weather cycles.

Slavery Revived at the End of Time   It might sound odd, but Ellen G. White predicted that slavery would be revived again. Could it ever happen? Actually, President George Bush thinks it already has. He and his State Department are doing what they can to combat a slave trade today that is larger than it ever was in yesteryear.

Some of Her Critics Would Eventually Doubt the Bible   Ellen White wrote in 1876 that some people who gave up faith in her testimonies would eventually doubt the Bible. Hate to say it, but we've conversed with some critics who have done just that. Paul, Matthew, Mark, and John? Not inspired, they tell us. It kind of shocks us to read their comments. See what you think.

The Tsunami of 2004 & Sunday Breaking   Ellen White wrote in 1884 that people would blame tidal waves on breaking the Sunday sabbath. In February 2005, a Presbyterian minister named John MacLeod made quite a few waves by suggesting that the horrific tsunami of December 26, 2004, was a judgment of God against Sunday breaking.

Two World Wars Predicted   During the Civil War, Mrs. White had a vision in which she saw two world wars separated by a little time of peace. Lucky guess or an actual fulfillment of a prediction? Here's the facts; you decide.


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