posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 11:51 AM
reply to post by SeesFar
We always watch the signs of nature so I would say my concern about this year is that if it is *not* a harder winter than those recently experienced
(given all the natural indications reported in this thread that indicate it will be), then there could be a chance that we might be in for some kind
of unexpected change or shift.
Exactly. I'm not sure if we're just riding along with nature, and because of all the 2012 hype, we're noticing things more intensely for the first
time, or perhaps, nature senses something wicked this way comes, and we're unable to interpret what we see with any certainty.
Anybody who lives out in the country tends to watch nature, as it is all around us. Everybody is noticing the plants and animals doing their fall
thing much earlier this year. All we can do is prepare for what could be a rough winter, and hope it's not too bad.
As far as a shift.....Well, what can we do about that, other than be stocked up, and ride it out? Part of me says, in all the history of mankind, how
many have witnessed a global shift (and lived to tell about it)? There is a definite curiosity on my part, but not exactly a fear. Maybe with all
the talk about it, I've become somewhat numb to the possibility. My personal feeling is that December 21st will come and go, and nothing big will
But if it does, I purchased many heirloom seeds, not just for food, but for medicinal herbs and spices. I hope that where ever my little patch of
land ends up in regards to the equator, it is amenable to growing a garden.