Well these are pretty clear and precise prophecies. We should within, say, five years see if any of this is true.
Actually, it was ccchhhrrriiisss on the SMP thread that got me thinking. He mentioned that many girls came and said that "God told them" that he was the right man for them. None were right and yet all claim to speak for God. It gave me a different perspective on the third commandment, You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain, for the LORD will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain." Exodus 20:7. There is a terrible responsibility on those that claim to speak for God, if He has not spoken. Perhaps we should be much, much more cautious to claim anything is from the Lord unless we are sure.
Much of what is said in these prophecies cannot be tested theologically, but one of these writers states, "Forever you shall be chained to those you enslaved as you are tormented by Satan himself." This is a clear unequivocal error, drawn from the worldly understanding of hell. Satan is not handing out the torment, but he is there with everyone else, men and devils, suffering the torment. To claim Satan will torment, is to give him power and authority in hell that he will not have! "The devil ... was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone ... And ... will be tormented day and night forever and ever." (Rev 20:10) The person who oversees hell is the Lord, Himself, "He shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb."(Rev14:10b) The 'he' in this verse is not the devil, but the verse shows who will be overseeing hell!
If these prophecies, supposedly spoken by the Lord, contain statements at odds with the clear teaching of scripture, one does begin to wonder about the validity of the rest of the content.