Jacobs: Earthquake is a Sign From God

Add another whacko who thinks the recent earthquake was a message from god. Cindy Jacobs, one of the craziest of all the wingnuts, says she prophesied the whole thing in 1999 when the Holy Spirit told her that God would shake the earth.

I’d just like to say that Mother Nature is going to make it rain in the future. And every time it rains, it will prove me right. So you’d better all listen to me of you could lose some shingles on your house or end up with all your neighbor’s leaves in your yard. It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature. You have been warned.

11 comments on this post.
  1. Ellie:

    Do these people have any idea at all how many earthquakes happen every year in this country? There are charts out there. I’ve seen them.

    And all this earth-response thing…isn’t that treading dangerously close to Gaia worship? Anthropomorphizing the Earth?

    Never mind. I do not expect sense from this person.

  2. joshuaz:

    There’s some amazing North-American centrism here. A prophecy that the God will shake the Earth refers to the tiny earthquake on the East Coast and not say the massive recent one in Japan? Does that not count for some reason?

  3. Mr Ed:

    Has god started to mellow? Old testament, I shall wipe the world clean, 2011, I shall disrupt you cable service. If things keep going this way god will manifest the second coming by forcing your favorite late night comic to basic cable.

  4. Dennis N:

    No, Japan was because something something sex with a Japanese sun goddess blah blah blah

  5. Wes:

    This is the same crazy moron who said that the bird kill in Arkansas a while back was a warning about gays. Her “reasoning”? The kill happened in Beebe, AR. AR’s then governor was named Beebe. Clinton was once governor of AR. And Clinton signed Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. There! See? Perfect logic.

  6. MikeMa:

    Bigotry, hatred and fear. Christian traditions for over 2000 years.

  7. azportsider:

    Promise, Ed? I live in Phoenix, and we sure could use some rain.

  8. iangould:

    She must be one of those stealth Muslims we keep hearing about.

  9. Brett McCoy:

    She obviously doesn’t realize that her earthquake actually happened last summer in Germantown MD and caused a lawn chair to topple over. And it was far closer to DC than the one last week in Virginia.

  10. mclovinurmom:

    I receive my earthquake prophecies from the usgs. I think Jesus interns there.

  11. feralboy12, der Ken-Puppe Sie au├čerhalb in 1983 verlassen:

    Christians claiming their god is responsible for natural disasters always reminds me of terrorist groups claiming responsibility for bombs.

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