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The Weather and The End of Days

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posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:06 AM
reply to post by dodadoom

Israel is certainly the one to watch during the end days. I'm just afraid it's going to be Barry Soetero that signs it - ACK !!

As far as I know, this treaty hasn't been signed yet. A country is going to step up and offer to protect Israel and then sign a 7 year treaty - which will be broken half way through.

The God scoffers, the financial crisis, the moral decline of the world, the increasing weather.......... it's all predicted as I'm sure you have read in the Bible.

Prophecy is interesting, to me anyhow - it's challenging in a way to read and try to compare what's going on today with what was written that would happen.
Did you ever see the youtube video of the physical proof of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah? If not, check it out....... it blew me away.


posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:12 AM
A few more videos if you enjoy prophecy/end days/2012 - and then it's off to bed for me.

Doug Batchelor is a good one to listen to - as well as John Hagee, David Jeremiah, and Perry Stone, who is an excellent prophecy teacher.

You can youtube search for them - they are all worth the watch.


posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 04:54 AM
Global warming and cooling is a natural cyclic thing that the earth has done for millenia. The climate change phenomena which so often graces our media is enhanced warming caused by gases which are emitted by human activity which remain in our atmosphere for long periods of time, thus causing a greenhouse effect as captures solar radiation trying to escape back into space. This supposedly results in 100 year events happening more often, increased precipitation or drought in various places, thermal expansion of oceans in some areas etc etc.

As mentioned above, the moon has effects on different aspects pertaining to life on earth.

The solar activity, sun spots, solar flares and our earth's magnetic field also affect the weather and climate of the planet. This is a relatively new area of study.

How other events in the solar system affect us, well we may never know.

All we can do is prepare for the extremes as best we can and hope it is enough to survive.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:14 AM
Hi All

I am from Malta, an island in the middle of the Med Sea, Malta is called the Island of Sunshine because of our beautiful summer, I honestly tell you that locals here are all speaking about the weather since something weird is going on..its seems like the summer is shifting place with winter OMG...since i was a kid I remember as from 1st May we always had sunshine, this morning, 1st June we have terrible weather, grey cloudy loads of IMO yes, something is seffecting weather.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:45 AM
I have a gut feeling as if something is "off" or "in the works" now if this is influenced by the material I am subjected to with all the recent shows on the end of the world coming and natural disasters and so on, so even though that feeling is in my gut for me it doesn't really have any credibility.

There are a few things I've noticed but probably have some explanation I am un aware of.

Birds signing much earlier, not migrating, migrating too late, migrating to the wrong location I've noticed this and have herd many many stories about others seeing the same thing, this is one of the biggest concerns I have because I feel if we had a natural warning system of danger ahead it would be animals they have that instinct built into them and the ones to have it the deepest are birds.
Honestly, if I didn't have any news or tv or anything to tell me where to go and how to stay safe this may sound crazy but I'd probably follow the first flock of birds I saw haha, I know it sounds crazy but oh well.
Also this change in their patterns could be to do with the weather as it has been strange.

I really feel like I was screwed out of spring here in Jersey we just didn't seem to have the typical spring with medium temperatures it was either really hot or really cold.

But there's nothing that concerns me majorly as of yet.
When I start seeing hurricanes/earth quakes in NJ/NY I'll be really concerned.

It will be interesting to see what the hurricane season bring even more so because a number of states on the east coast are simply saying they are no prepared to deal with anything major happening.

Also nothing to do with weather but could possibly be related to the weather further up in our atmosphere all the plane crashes in early 09 it just seemed like there was one after another, probably just a coincidence though.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 06:52 AM

Originally posted by sum1one
not that any of you out there really cares...

but from a lot of reading i've been doing over the last few years or so...

there is actually a hypothesis that the entire gravitational orbit of the planet is slowly changing, which supposably will result in the reversal of our magnetic poles; north becoming south, east becoming west.

this same theory also explains a lot about the ideas of the mayan calendar, the year 2012, and aliens traveling millions of light years across the void to stop at our little meaningless planet full of imbeciles.

but hey - it's just a theory.

I buy that theory a lot easier than the "bible predicted it" one. Sorry, I don't mean any offense to anyone otherwise...I'm not a "God Scoffer" just an organized religion one...

[edit on 1-6-2009 by sugarmonkey]

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 07:50 AM

The models show that climate change is likely to disrupt the annual routines in migrating birds and lead to conflict between environmental cues and the birds’ inner clock. For birds that show high behavioural plasticity and a high capacity for changing their routines, climate change should have a relatively small impact on their survival. However, for birds unable to adjust fast enough, the consequences will be dire.
reply to post by pop_science

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Don't rely too much on the birds migratory behaviour any more.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 08:46 AM
The only thing that is constant in our world is change.

The tectonic plates are still moving. Our known universe is in constant change.

Of course the weather is changing and so are we. Look at a picture of your self 20 years ago and look at your self now. See any changes? Yes, you do.

Our hair, skin, and even our digestion changes with time. The earth does too. It is normal to change.

Concerning the end the fig tree.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 08:55 AM
Yes, the weather here is odd as well. We were in a drought and after rain for about three weeks solid, we are out of it. Still windy every day, not just a breeze, but wind. I keep reading the same coming from other places. I have no clue what is going on, but just staying prepared. We've already had a tornado watch here and it is very rare to get tornados in the mountains. But, I love to watch storms, so I'll just sit back and watch and see what happens.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 11:52 AM
Weather here hasn't been how I remember it as a kid in a long time. When I was 5 or 6 years old, spring time used to be wet. Big storms, no less than once a week. Now, we get storms, but maybe once a month. Little rain here or there.

I find it interesting when people claim global warming is a natural process that cycles through history, but then the same people are saying we should reduce greenhouse gasses to prevent it.

You can't have it both ways, either we caused it, and its not a cycle (because we havent been driving cars for more than 100 years.) Or nature causes it on its own, and we may as well not even try to stop it.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 04:35 PM

Originally posted by dodadoom
reply to post by aeroslag

because global warming warms the atmosphere and creates more evaporation thereby causing more and powerfull storms not to mention erratic and prolonged unusual weather patterns and high winds but what would I know I'm just a dumb farmer

[edit on 1-6-2009 by dodadoom]

I expected that farmers would be especially in tune with this. I can tell you that it has been hard to get our garden going this year. A couple of weeks ago we were outside in perfect calm covering potatoes and next thing you know 20 - 30 mph gusts.

Oh, but my wife did just say that she thinks that there is a conspiracy to keep her from getting the garden finished

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:15 PM

Originally posted by underground panther in th
The sun shines more whitish now.

I have noticed this too. In a way, I kind of like it (unless I am driving in its direction)

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:28 PM
reply to post by nomorecruelty

Thanks for the video.

Very interesting.

posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 05:35 PM
reply to post by heineken

Thank you for that. Here I have noticed a sort of compression of spring and autumn. Over the last few years it increasingly seems like we have winter than summer. I just kind of assumed it was just me not remembering correctly...

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 03:45 PM
Ive noticed the bizarre changes in the weather for a few years now as well.

As much as Id like to believe that global warming/the whole ending of the sun cycle thing is to blame.. I find it odd how quickly the weather seems to be changing. Sure the earth, universe etc are always changing, but it all seems to be happening in a relatively short space of time.
Im only the grand old age of 22 so Im sure theres plenty of people who have a 'wider' frame of reference than me, but from what Ive seen it seems like every year or so the weather patterns seem to change a significant amount. Quite worrying as it makes you wonder what the weathers going to be like 10/20 years from now if it carries on the way it is..

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 03:53 PM
Don't forget the bees. When I was a kid I stepped on bees more times than I can count. I don't even remember the last time I saw one but I can tell you it's been at least 3 or 4 years, very sad and serious. This is why science is working around the clock on trying to clone our food supply.

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 04:00 PM
reply to post by Chemley

Thanks for noticing!

Oh, but my wife did just say that she thinks that there is a conspiracy to keep her from getting the garden finished

Thats the part I worry about!

What if it's not only planned but manipulated for the benefit
of big ag, big pharm and big insure?
Oh and dont forget big money health care!
Your wife may just be on to something!
Smart egg! I see why you married her! Good call!

And...thanks again!

Pays to be watchfull....

Forgot to add in my one liner-it warms the oceans also-.
And yes no matter whos fault change is, we have to figure out how to
deal with it. Short of living in caves again.

[edit on 2-6-2009 by dodadoom]

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 04:22 PM
reply to post by Bluebelle

Neither here nor there, but once in awhile I have an 'armageddon dream',
as I call them.
If I would talk about it anywhere, ATS would be it probably.
I dunno, my sister's pretty aware, but she doesnt buy 'da doom'.
It was the weirdest electrical storm I'd ever seen.
It was like our magnetic energy field was all messed up.
Kind of like being in a huge microwave oven turned on way low.
Thats the only way I could desribe it.
Think of the biggest electrical storm, down on the ground and all over!
Dont mean to scare anyone only relaying a dream I had.
They are rare for me anyway! When I have one,
about half the time they are a forewarning.
Thanks for the ear.

[edit on 2-6-2009 by dodadoom]

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 04:39 PM
Either the end of days, or the beginning of a bad time that will eventually work itself out.

I've noticed it, especially this year, in the southern U.S. Like a poster from BC, Canada said earlier, "It's like spring got skipped."

It was cold(for here) until near the end of April, then rain.. rain.. rain, and some more rain for several weeks. The plants that were put in the ground toward the end of April nearly drowned in the deluge. Most did come up, but the bottom leaves of almost all the plants are yellow from all the rain.

...and today, it's HOT. 95F.. usually doesn't get that temp here for another month.

It's like the seasons are going faster or something.

Originally posted by Bombeni
Don't forget the bees. When I was a kid I stepped on bees more times than I can count. I don't even remember the last time I saw one but I can tell you it's been at least 3 or 4 years, very sad and serious. This is why science is working around the clock on trying to clone our food supply.

I've noticed this over the past few years as well. What we call "sweat bees" are the only things we see on the corn now(those tiny flying insects that resemble minature bees). I've seen maybe one or two honey bees per year. They are usually all over the clover in the spring, but I haven't seen them lately.

I have seen many wasps and fire ants though, more than I'd care to.

posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 04:48 PM
reply to post by dragonking76

Yeah, the farmers have to hire beekeepers to bring their bees out to pollinate the crops now. I've given up on trying to grow a few tomato plants, you have to fertilize them yourself now by tricking them with a feather or something.

I think it is this society's want-what-I-want attitude that has caught up with us. All the pesitcides, air pollution from gas hog vehicles, etc etc. There does seem to be a growing awareness, I hope that the damage can be reversed.

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