What is a miracle? This question is being asked regarding your Prophecy #21:
“… in a time when humanity will reel from disease and the destruction of societal structures, one will arise that will do many miracles and he shall mislead even the very elect with the signs and wonders he will do, but he will have no perception — having devoted his life to mastering those things that impress others rather than mastering himself…“
Because of the subjective nature of miracles (what is a miracle to one may not be so to another), the definition is also very different from one person to another. To the San Bushman in the desert, the fact that a heavy object like an airplane can fly higher than the clouds may seem like an utter miracle. To us, it is a commonplace occurrence, however.
That which seems to defy the laws of nature could be a definition of a miracle to some until we realize that there are higher laws of nature we as yet have not encountered. But when we do, the miraculous nature of an event yields to becoming predictably commonplace. Thus, subjectively speaking, I would define a miracle as an event that is based on natural laws that are as yet not understood by us. Even the seeming movements of the sun across the sky on a daily basis, have seemed like a miracle to those who have not understand the rotation of the Earth on its axis.
Great miracles are possible by the one who has an alien or a spirit, for instance, that can explain hidden laws to him or her.