The Society: Prophet Claims God Has Responded to Crisis in Japan

Mar 30, 2011, 12:49 ET from The Society

BOULDER, Colo., March 30, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In the wake of Japan's nuclear crisis, religious leader Marshall Vian Summers claims God has delivered a revelation to warn humanity of further natural disasters to come.

On Monday, March 14th, three days after Japan's catastrophic quake, Summers said an angel of God came to him and delivered "God's revelation on Planetary Instability." Summers recorded this angelic encounter, which lasted nearly 45 minutes, and on March 30th his organization released this recording to the public.

Japan's earthquake was the fifth largest in recorded history and has left thousands dead and half a million homeless. According to Summers, "the revelation that God has given can ignite greater contribution and inspired action worldwide as Japan faces this crisis. The New Message from God is here to sustain human civilization as it faces its darkest trials, which include climate change, resource depletion and greater scarcity of food and water."

Summers' revelation for Japan represents the newest chapter in his "New Message from God," which has already produced Divine revelations on the war in Libya and the political upheaval in Egypt. Yet while Summers says God is involved in solving Japan's crisis, he claims God had nothing to do with causing it.

Indeed, Summers' revelation for Japan says, "God is not going to take care of you, but God will guide you to take care of yourself and other people. God is going to instruct people from the inside out."

As people contemplate the frequency and scope of these global crises, many are left to wonder what will happen next. From New Zealand to Pakistan to Japan, natural disasters are taking an increasing human and economic toll. According to Marshall Vian Summers, this planetary instability has prompted God to speak again.

To learn more about Summers and his revelations of the "New Message from God" visit or contact his organization at 1-800-938-3891.

CONTACT: Joyce Johnson, 1-303-938-8401

SOURCE The Society