Thanks to Michael Colunga! "RE: James Foo--Concerning 1968 Prophecy by 90 Year Old Woman in Norway"
…scroll down at James Foo’s letter to read about a prophecy given in 1937!… I think: this is also very amazing:
“WHEN THE OIL FLOWS
An elder in the Pentecostal Church at Moss, Norway, Martin Andersen, heard the following prophecy in 1937, in Moss:
‘When oil comes out of the North Sea and along the Norwegian coast, things will begin to happen, and the return of Jesus is approaching.’
When these words had been proclaimed, people stood up in the congregation and asked the man to sit down and not speak such nonsense. In 1937 it was indeed nonsense to talk about oil being pumped along the Norwegian coast. Today all the world’s big oil companies are pumping oil along the coast of Norway. Norway is the world’s second greatest exporter of oil - after Saudi Arabia.
The sum of it all is: Jesus is coming soon (suddenly)….”
I marvelled when I recently heard in the news: The price of Brent Oil (The Brent field is an oil field located in the East Shetland Basin - a major oil-producing area of the North Sea between Scotland and Norway) is mounting…
Brent Oil right now is even more expensive than other oil sorts – such as WTI etc. There are discussions… like this: What Does the Record-High Spread Between WTI and Brent Mean for Oil Investors? http://seekingalpha.com/article/253334-what-does-the-record-high-spread-between-wti-and-brent-mean-for-oil-investors
The Brent production started almost in 1976…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brent_oilfield
Look at this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brent_crude Pricing - Prior to September 2010, there existed a typical price difference per barrel of between +/-3 USD/bbl compared to WTI and OPEC Basket, however since the autumn of 2010 there has been a significant divergence in price compared to WTI, reaching over $11 a barrel by the end of February 2011 (WTI: 104 USD/bbl, LCO: 116 USD/bbl). Many reasons have been given for this widening divergence ranging from a speculative change away from WTI trading (although not supported by trading volumes), Dollar currency movements, regional demand variations, and even politics. The depletion of the North Sea oil fields is one explanation for the divergence in forward prices. In February 2011 the divergence reached $16 during a supply glut, record stockpiles, at Cushing, Oklahoma. Historically the different price spreads are based on physical variations in supply and demand (short term).
Remember this: Brent Oil – Oil “…coming out of the North Sea and along the Norwegian coast,” started almost in 1976… But in our days… right now… this Brent Oil is “in the centre of attention”…
Wow… “…things will begin to happen, and the return of Jesus is approaching…”