Originally posted by sgspecial19
I checked out the link from This thread around 10:00am and was quite surprised seeing the red storm patches on the Accuweather radar. It's around 10:30pm EST here and that storm patch hasn't moved ONE bit. SO for approximately twelve consecutive hours, this storm patch has not left the south pole; no current or non-linear path seen like distant storm patches within the perimeter.
Here's where I feel is a connection with this conspicuous storm patch over the south pole: Remember the recent Tsunami prediction and how quickly that thread blew up? Anyway, the countdown to Mitchell Combes' 104 hour warning was posted on August 6th at 10:46pm in New South Wales.
It's been slightly 72 hours since the warning, and the weather patterns around the south pole region (in particular) have been really consistent in tropical storm-type weather; Average temperature for most tropical storms are around 75 degrees F, and think about how credible of a catalyst a 10 hour storm with heavy rain can be towards the south polar ice caps? Probably enough to rise the sea levels very significantly, and imagine how devastating a tsunami can be with such higher sea levels...That storm does not move in synchronize like any other natural storm patch on the radar, somehow HAARP comes to mind.
Everything in life is synchronicity, coincidences are falsified illusions of the ego.