This is an excellent description.
It would be more effective if you distinguished what you have received as a seer from what is based on your experience visiting various countries. The former should be tested as prophecy, whereas the latter should be tested for logic against other peoples experience.
The experience in the United States will be much more mixed than you suggest. Government will totally collapse in some states, some cities, and many small towns. However, the federal government in Washington will grow stronger. They have the power to get the resources that they need. People will gladly give it to them in hope of getting security. The faith in government in America is incredibly strong, much stronger than you would expect, given the illusion of the tea party.
The USA will go on to be the Beast of Revelation, the most powerful empire that the world has known, even as towns and cities are collapsing internally.
The US will not come out in ten years as you suggest. It will take much longer for the federal government to collapse and when it does, it will be very painful. This could take a generation or two to work out fully in America, if it is not destroyed first. Which way it will go is still in the balance, and depends on choices made by God's people.
The restoration of Christian community and government is not automatic. It will only happen if Christians are prepared and know what to do. If they are not ready, they will just be wiped out lime the rest of their society. It is really urgent that Christians start getting ready for what lies ahead.
Interesting Presentation you made. I kinda wish I hadn't read it. It's good enough that it could color what I hear or perceive. Your comment which I would publish, didn't yet come up on my blog. I will watch.
TO the point you made, one I have struggled with, one I am becoming settled in, what does one who is asking for a seers anointing and getting a vision do with understanding and experience? How does that color or shape the vision?
I have considered that carefully. One thing that helped me a great deal was a descriptor of the Prophetic and the Experience mixture from a Catholic Priest who was an early founder of the Charismatic Renewal in the late 60s in this country. I'm not catholic, but we have a good catholic radio station in our area. Driving I tuned it in. This charismatic priest was discussing this very issue. The potential for our experience and understanding to color prophetic utterances.
His comments helped me find balance. No-one can or will prophesy without some frame of reference and understanding. Even if it's language. I speak some German, and there are understandings in the language that have a way of saying that would make the exact same pronouncements understood by the hearer differently depending on the language. There are things I can say in German that cannot be said in the same way in English.
The same is a cultural framework. I see things thru the glass darkly based on my American experience. And because I have lived and traveled around the world that experience is enhanced.
There is no separating human understanding from the vision a seer might get. This much is certain, we see in part, we understand in part. In fact the paper you presented is in part. It frames from your experience and understanding.
When I ask the Father to see, I am given glimpses and they look like things I can understand. That understanding comes out of experience. When we read Ezekiel's wheel, the taking up of Elijah, Isaiah 18 (with whirring wings) they were describing what they saw prophetically based on their cultural and experiential understanding. Even the Book of Revelation, which is John trying to describe something has to be framed in what he knew, understood and experienced.
So, it is with modern prophets. The discernment and judgment must come from those reading the prophetic word. I know what I see. What I see comes from understanding and revelation. The two feed one another. A person who lived in a closet until they were 30 years old and then given the gift of Prophecy would be hard pressed to use adequate descriptors to define what he sees even when he sees all things in the Spirit.
I don't correctly know how to tell you which is which any more than those who prophesied of old did. I know what I see when I get a vision as a seer. Some certainly is extrapolation from experience and understanding, but most is not.
About this I am certain, things are about to change, the change is the Love of God in Judgment. The result if we respond correctly under the pressure well will be the victory of our God. It will be as rapid as the collapse is rapid. If we come under wrath, there will be no hope. But the Judgment of God is mercy to his people. Now is the time for the Church of God to rise up. We will if we understand what is about to happen and what the opportunities are to be made ready. It's my assignment as a Prophet to describe them and yes, I will get in the way. Imperfect. Dark Glass vision. In part. BUT the Word of the Lord.
Who will have ears to hear?
Blessings to you too my brother: