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A Second American Revolution Foreseen–1

George Washington, by Arnold Friberg.

As promised, I will share with you some of the prophecies I quoted on my Coast to Coast AM appearance back on 27 January 2010 that point to a future civil war or revolution in America. Seers such as Chicago based Irene F. Hughes have pinpointed that we will have a new US Constitution drawn up sometime in the mid-2020s. She did not mention a revolution taking place before this and I certainly hope we can come to this refreshing of American democracy through a measured and intelligent national debate and peaceful protest, if need be. Otherwise if the people grow more and more angry as their leaders advise caution and non-toxic dialogue while not doing or accomplishing anything beyond platitudes and talk, then the following future scenario defined in by these prophets below may be waiting to set fire to the land in less than a decade.

I present these terrible visions like one must sometimes open a wound to the air, so the festering can be exposed and healed, vanishing from the body of destiny because of our healing actions committed in the present.

The following passage comes from pages 183-184 of my book 1000 FOR 2000: Startling Predictions for the New Millennium From Prophets Ancient and Modern published in 1998. (See predictions.)


Because our constitution is so inflexible, we will not be able to reform it. Instead, under the pressure of radical changes and perhaps a social war, we will adopt a new constitution.

David Goodman Croly (1888)

There will be great stress, as brother rises against brother, as group or sect or race rises against race—yet the leveling must come.

And only those who have set their ideal in Him and practiced it in their dealings with their fellowman may expect to survive the wrath of the Lord.

Edgar Cayce (1938)

Nation will rise against nation, kingdom against kingdom, states against states, in our own country and in foreign lands.

Brigham Young (d. 1877)

Inserted note from 02/19/10: My assessment of the above and additional prophecies published in the book since 1998 has not changed — even those assessments concerning Edgar Cayce and Orson Pratt’s prophecies, which come from 1994:

By the year 2026, the Constitution of the United States will be redrafted. The American system of democracy will be unrecognizable to that of the 1990s. But this will not be a negative change. Chicago psychic Irene Hughes predicts that man will live in greater trust and love of his fellow man at that time.

There will be an erosion and breakdown of the American Dream, says Edgar Cayce, when those who lead it proclaim their might and power as being right, when the leaders of this land have brought “many of the isles of the sea and many of the lands” under their influence. A second civil war will come at a time when America as the supreme superpower fears no man or devil. At that time Cayce warns, “in their own land [Americans] will see the blood flow as in those periods when brother fought against brother.” (#2976-24)

In 1939, Cayce gave his future countrymen an alternative to civil war when he warned that if all Americans of every class and color didn’t seek a “universal oneness of purpose” America would suffer a second revolution (#3976-25)…

In the 1870s, Orson Pratt, one of the early fathers of Mormonism, described the coming Balkanization of America would be a war pitting “neighborhood against neighborhood, city against city, town against town, state against state, and they will go forth destroying, and being destroyed. Manufacturing will almost cease, great cities will be left desolate.”


Revolution is unavoidable but it need not be violent. Cayce has expressed the key to unlock a future where bloodshed on the streets of America does not take place. Protest need not be violent to be effective. We have Gandhi’s and Nelson Mandela’s examples in India and South Africa as proof that revolution can be far reaching through peaceful and patient non-violent protest and dialogue.

In my next blog I will give a detailed answer to “Chris” who left his angry comments today on the previous blog’s page: see predictions.

John Hogue

(19 February 2010)

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