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Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed his previous prediction of a major quake in Japan, and shared insights into forthcoming quakes, the solar 'Kill Shot,' and safe places to live. In a 2003 show with Art Bell, he predicted a massive earthquake would hit Japan and damage a nuclear reactor. (He was off on the year, which he told Art would be in late Spring, 2005.) He also shared this prediction with Japanese TV (related video clip).
Dames and his team have remote viewed what he calls the "next, mass human death-causing earthquake,"-- something akin to what we just witnessed in Japan. Though he couldnt name a date, the site of this will be the New Madrid Fault and the Wabash Valley seismic zone (see map below), and St. Louis, Missouri will be particularly hard hit with the most deaths, he declared, adding that we might even see the Mississippi River change its course.
The solar 'Kill Shot,' which will cause the collapse of Earths magnetic field and lead to huge power outages, will begin within the next couple of months, with dangerous activity from the sun continuing through late 2012, he outlined. According to Dames, the safest places in North America to deal with the disastrous upcoming earth changes include Alberta, Saskatchewan, parts of Manitoba, parts of east Oregon, Arizona, parts of New Mexico, the southern portion of the Appalachian Mountains, and an area west of the Great Lakes. He also updated his remote viewing project looking into the mysterious bird deaths around New Year's-- the cause of their deaths was indeed due to their disorientation brought on by fireworks, he said.
First hour guest, seer Louis Turi talked about the crisis in Japan, and its connection to the astrological 'Tail of the Dragon.' He shared predictions for the rest of this month: March 20-22nd is a "window of death," and March 28-30th will bring in even more shocking news, with the possibility of more tsunamis, quakes, and volcanoes-- as bad as the disastrous events in Japan, he warned.
Originally posted by 5senses
reply to post by ElectricUniverse
Hmmm... But NO way were those bird deaths a result of fireworks. Dames is wrong on that. Nooo waaay. When I read that, made me think he's in league with tptb and has to help hide something...
Originally posted by DonnaLynn
In a recent thread, a geologist stated that California is going to get hit today. I am watching hisz.rsoe.hu... and California is having 3 quakes as we speak.
As the other poster stated, it is a law of averages. Eventually it will happen. Unfortunately for us, it all seems to be happening at once.
Originally posted by DonnaLynn
reply to post by Shamatt
Yes they do, but the law of averages would dictate that they are due for a big one! Following the path of the big quakes recently, it would make sense that California is next in line.
Originally posted by Shamatt
Oh dear, this really means nothing yo know.
I could have predicted this. It is just one of those things which will happen eventually - and the fact he was 6 years off proves that.
I'll give an example. A fella went to the betting shop some years ago and made a bet that 3 golfers would hit a hole in one during a specific tournament in the US that year. He won his bet. Every songle golf tournament sees literally thousands of t-off shots, and by the law of averages some will go right into the hole. This happens in every single tournament.
It is a pretty safe bet that one of the countries on the most acive geological plate systems on the planet would have a large earthquake at some pont. And given the current proliferation of nuclear power in the countries which are situated on said tectonic system, it is also a pretty safe bet that a nuclear incident would ensue.
So this does not excite me inthe slightest.
In fact, I can confidently predict that in 2017 there will be a major earthquake in the Phillipenes which will result in a chemical spill. The odds that within 6 years either side of that date this will occur are so good that I would say I have a 90% chance of being correct, as long as you will give me a +/- 6year margin of error, as you have given to this chap.
See. Look at statistics when you look at this stuff.
2007 Chūetsu offshore earthquake The nearby offshore fault lines to the plant. Some faults were discovered through research after the major earthquake while some were known before. The KK plant was 19 kilometers away from the epicenter of the magnitude 6.6 2007 Chūetsu offshore earthquake, which took place 10:13 a.m., July 16, 2007. Shaking of 6.8 m/s² (0.69 g) was recorded in Unit 1 in the east-west direction, above the design specification for safe shutdown of 4.5 m/s², and well above the rapid restart specification for key equipment in the plant of 2.73 m/s². Units 5 and 6 also recorded shaking over this limit. Shaking of 20.58 m/s² was recorded in the turbine building of Unit 3. Those nearby saw black smoke which was later confirmed to be an electric transformer that had caught fire at Unit 3. The fire was put out by noon on the day of the quake, about 2 hours after it started. The 3-story transformer building was nearly completely charred. Reactor units 2, 3, 4, and 7 all automatically powered down safely in response to the quake, while units 1, 5, and 6 were already shut down for inspection at the time. TEPCO was ready to restart some of the units as of the next day, but the trade ministry ordered the plant to remain idle until additional safety checks could be completed. On Wednesday, July 18, the mayor of Kashiwazaki ordered operations at the plant to be halted until its safety could be confirmed. The Nikkei reported that government safety checks could delay the restart for over a year, without stating the source of the information. For comparison, in 2005, a reactor at the Onagawa NPP was closed for five months following an earthquake.
-About 400 drums containing low-level nuclear waste stored at the plant were knocked over by the aftershocks, 40 losing their lids. Company officials reported on July 17 that traces of the radioactive materials cobalt-60, iodine, and chromium-51 had been released into the atmosphere, presumably from the containers losing their lids.
-Criticisms of the company's response to the event included the time it took the company to report events and the certainty with which they were able to locate the source of various problems. Tepco's president, in fact, made a comment the site was a "mess" after visiting post-quake.
-While the reported amount of leaked radioactivity remained far below what poses a danger to the public, details changed multiple times in the few days after the quake and attracted significant media attention.
Even the radioactivity sensors around the site encountered trouble, the reading from these devices are normally available online, giving the public a direct measure of ambient radioactivity around the site, but due to damage sustained during the earthquake, stopped reporting on the website. The company published an apology on that page, and data from the devices covering the off-line period was released later, showing no artificial abnormalities
Tepco's president maintained that fears of a radiation leak were unfounded (since the amount leaked into the ocean was a billionth of the legal limit), but many reporters of the international community expressed distrust of the company that has a history of cover-up controversies. The IAEA's Mohamed ElBaradei encouraged full transparency throughout the investigation of the accident so that lessons learned could be applied to nuclear plants elsewhere
Originally posted by RMFX1
Remote viewing is not real. It is nothing more than imagination and delusion.
EDIT to add: My personal opinion of what might possibly occur is irrelevant. I'm not a scientist.
Hmmm... But NO way were those bird deaths a result of fireworks. Dames is wrong on that. Nooo waaay. When I read that, made me think he's in league with tptb and has to help hide something... Absolute twaddle.