posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 08:59 PM
reply to post by antar
This might be kind of hard to follow as I am working on about five different things at the moment. I apologize in advance. I will try to clear
things up later.
I pretty much posted this prediction to see if I could accurately predict a major disaster. Kind of like randomly picking lotto numbers. Some might
say I was trolling... I picked Ark Storms because I had heard about them a while ago and had not heard anything about one since. I don't think it is
a psychic prediction or anything like that. It isn't really scientific either. The best way I can describe it is intuition based upon external
factors. I think subconsciously we can all pick up on things like changes in the environment. Have you ever gone outside on a sunny and cloudy day
and felt like it was going to rain later? Maybe it is the wind or the way the air smells or the way the air feels.
I live in Florida so I always have been interested in hurricanes and have followed them on the NOAA satellite images and tracked them. I have done
this since Andrew when I did a school project on it. However the internet makes this much easier nowadays. The last few hurricanes, tropical storms
and waves didn't seem to be moving the way they used too. It used to be very easy to look at the surrounding movement around a storm and you could
tell which way it would go. Now it seems to me like all of the recent storms all over the globe have changed the way they move. They are all moving
much slower and getting much bigger. Not necessarily in wind strength but in actual size. Some even seem to just stay in place for extended periods.
We are also experiencing the worst drought in the central states than we have had in over fifty years so soemthing is definitely different in these
weather patterns. So I made my prediction. Then I started doing the research which is a##backwards but maybe it is better to be lucky in some
instances... Maybe my prediction was my subconscious mind telling me to look into this whole thing?
Then started to look at all the satellite images I can find, the Atlantic, Pacific, Central U.S....
Look at this recent one of the pacific:
As far as I can tell the band of storms leading from the west into Washington has always been there which as best I can tell is why it is always rainy
The line of storms to the south that runs from mexico across the pacific seems a little unusual. Then I went back to looking at the changes I have
seen in the Atlantic and Gulf area.
It will take me some time to put together what my mind visualizes (If I had a pen and a map I could scribble it out).. But If the steering currents
keep changing they will drive all of these storms over Cali and Nevada. The currents on the other side will hold them there and new storms will keep
This particular storm that just hit cali and Nevada is just the start. It is still moving slowly and is hanging over New mexico, Colorado, and parts
of texas and oklahoma. I believe my official start date was September 18 give or take a few days.