“Command those who are rich in this present world not to be arrogant nor to put their hope in wealth, which is so uncertain, but to put their hope in God, who richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment. Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share.” (1 Timothy 6:17- 19)
In the morning of April 7th just after I woke up Yah said what He said the day before:
“Celestial. America will be just like Zimbabwe.”
I’d never heard this comparison before He said it. Yes, I’ve received many prophecies of financial decline and fatal crash of the U.S. economy over the years, clear messages that show just how bad it will get when economic judgement comes to America. But still… To hear America being tied to one of the starkest examples of complete economic ruin in the modern world was… jarring.
This post is related to another – (you can find the first dream I had HERE).
I took my book and began to write what the Lord was saying.
America will be like Zimbabwe. There will be a nationwide systemic crash, everything failing at once due to a collapse of the central banking system and the U.S. dollar. Everything will happen at once, it will all go down together.
Everything will be unavailable all at once. Low goods and low availability of services. Entire businesses and brands will disappear overnight. Someone that was doing business successfully the week before will suddenly file for bankruptcy and disappear from the pool of available goods and service providers. Seemingly overnight, homes and storefronts will shutter in America as people go bust off the back of a financial crisis. Things will happen must faster than with other financial crises and it will be a radical snowball effect that will be beyond anyone’s ability to fix.
There will be “system failure” in America- a nationwide crisis stemming from the fall of the banks and their illegal practices that no one has been monitoring until it got too dire. ‘System failure’ will cause everything to fail: There will be lack of commodities – meaning not enough goods being traded on the open market; high prices – super-inflation will attack America and take most consumables right out of the reach of most people. For the ordinary person, life is about to be very different.
Lack of services, stores will close, businesses will go under and nobody will have any jobs. An employment crisis will occur. Severe lack of goods, there won’t be anything in the country to buy or sell, save for a few who either have the connections to stay open (i.e. to keep their businesses afloat) and the greater few who have the kind of money that can handle astronomical prices.
Lack of luxuries, everything that panders to America’s lusts- fun, entertainment, vacations, hobbies, pampering, getting gifts for yourself and for each other, the excessive life- will go down. Theme parks, amusement parks, shopping districts, stores, collectible distributors [brand name stores where very high priced items are sold as collectors items (i.e. special handbags, special sneakers, custom jewelry etc), holiday destinations, all these will go broke and come to an end. Life will be dreary and intensely difficult.
America will have empty shelves, no money, severe shortages and a black market– a parallel market that operates with separate prices that reflect the real economy (adjusted for inflation) while the government struggles to maintain a sham economy with rationing, limitations and price controls.
Rationing- one person is only entitled to this many goods. Limitations- only this kind of person can access this service or resource, or you must apply for special permissions to have access. Price controls- this is where government intervenes in the market and artificially ‘fixes’ the price of goods so that daily life doesn’t tumble into overpriced madness. If prices were to follow the real cost of goods the majority won’t be able to afford them and this will cause accelerated poverty with many tumbling suddenly into dire financial straits. Price controls are nearly always instituted to hide the fact that there is runaway inflation.
Resources will be scarce and there will come an intense dependency in the population. Americans will become severely dependent on the government for basic needs and public funds will go towards social program as more people require social security, welfare and other government help than has ever been in this nation’s history.
The Lord at this point the United States will fulfill Isaiah’s prophecy: (Isaiah 3:6-9)
When a man takes hold of his brother
In the house of his father, saying,
“You have clothing;
You be our ruler,
And let these ruins be under your [g]power,”
In that day he will protest, saying,
“I cannot cure your ills,
FOR IN MY HOUSE IS NEITHER FOOD NOR CLOTHING;
Do not make me a ruler of the people.”
People will have to find contractors and suppliers on the side, someone who can deliver the goods and services they need because they’re no longer available [or listed] on the open market. This is known as a parallel economy, where citizens pool skills and resources to realize common benefits as a collective (something like a commune). This will happen because the real economy will have providers dropping out of it so fast that people will realize they have to mobilize to meet their own needs or starve.
The Lord said there will be an employment crisis that deepens into a systemic wound, the U.S. workforce will be slashed so brutally that some people will lose their lives in the job losses. They will commit suicide when they are let go suddenly without warning and without notice- they will feel so hopeless they’ll decide not to live anymore when their mortgage and other bill payments begin to spiral out of control.
America will lose credibility, stability and global clout. She will be like Zimbabwe, a textbook example of the central banking system gone wrong and wild inflation out of control.
Cash is no longer used in Zimbabwe. Cash is no longer the focus of the economy in Zimbabwe, cash is not king in Zimbabwe. They are almost solely on online money. Zimbabwe has a parallel economy and a black market. Cash is hard to find and is sold at a premium, meaning the money is sometimes sold for more than it’s worth. Zimbabwe has no local currency anymore, it has lost its identity and is fully dependent upon the US dollar.
The Lord said ‘America will become like Zimbabwe, so imagine what will happen to a society like that when the dollar crashes? Indeed, it will become even worse. It will be sore devastation indeed for all nations tied to America by the apron strings when the dollar crashes, because when her economy falls theirs will go tumbling with it.’
(This means if you are Canadian, Mexican or European you can read this prophecy exactly as if the Lord has directed it to you.)
Zimbabwe is going to mock America Celestial. Tell them they know what it means.
*I will explain what it means when I make the video to this post. However, it is tied to things like this:
Every message has several witnesses on this blog:
Shortages in supermarkets (June 5, 2019): Desolations Are Determined, Pt 3
Shortages of high-consumption basics & rise of a black market: A Vision Of America (March 2020)
The Crash of Wall St.: The Iron Gods
The coming collapse of all banks in the USA: The Meltdown Of The Banking System
Economic & Wage Crisis in America: Youtube
Unprecedented money disaster for America & the world: “Nothing But Scattering” (Youtube)