reply to post by RadioKnecht
You put it very well, and the synchronicities are making me a bit crazy to be honest. The Alternative Earthquake prediction thread is full of them,
and lately it's been a bit weird there...weirder than usual, I suspect.
I've talked a bit on the other thread that Klassified mentioned, by JibbyJedi, but this topic is slightly different, so I will blether more. I agree
with him totally that the event we're facing might not necessarily be a bad one, but will feel like hell to some people. There is a part of me that
wishes for a simpler, healthier, more land based and less tech based life, which would be infinitely better for us on a human level, with safer food
grown the old fashioned way, and working close to home, like we used to. I know, I know...we would suffer in some respects without technology, no
internet, no modern medical stuff, no transport...and I kinda get the feeling that we might be looking at another solar event that would put a dent on
our cushy modern lives, not to mention our vastly reduced capacity to survive without technology. Most people in the western world simply wouldn't
have a clue how to cope if we didn't have electricity permanently, or at least for a while, for instance. And it wouldn't take much to damage power
lines that much, in the grand scheme of things. The veneer of civilisation is incredibly thin. A technology disaster might actually do us good...we
would rediscover skills we've lost pretty quickly, and many many more people would be involved in manufacturing the goods we actually need, instead
of just want...this is just a personal opinion, so don't flame too hard please, but to me, that sounds so much healthier.
I've always thought that instead of Armageddon, one massive event that wipes us all out, we might well face a few smaller events that compound each
other, which resonates with Klassified's instinct for two events. I talked a little on Jibby's thread about a geological event, and I have recurring
images presented to me involving a huge land slip or movement, involving water, so possibly coastal, but that's not definite, and it would be so
massive that we would hear, or sense it somehow, even if we were'nt close enough to feel it physically. Some locations stand out more than others,
and I'm relieved to feel that I can be a woowoo as I like here, instead of in the earthquake thread.
I felt very strong physical emotions...the
only way I can describe it...when I visited Seattle about 10 years ago. It's like nowhere else I've ever been. It's like the energy underneath the
ground, deep in the earth, is absolutely raging and desperate to get out. It feels very close to the surface. This is one of the locations that has me
on edge, like something of massive magnitude is brewing fast.
I've also been getting a lot of indicators recently for the Mississippi and Alabama regions, again involving water, rivers, rivers flowing, that kind
of thing. I've also had dreams in the past where the east coast of the US is swamped by water, perhaps as a result of a landslip at Cumbre Vieja. One
dream in particular was very vivid, and the wave hitting the shore was maybe half a mile high. Not good.
For reasons I will explain later, personal ones, I know that it's NOT a nuclear war. There maybe ONE nuclear event involved, but not all out war. It
won't spiral out of control and kill us all. It could be that it takes one terrible event like this to wake us up to how sick we have become...would
explain the noise and looking at the skies, I suppose.
Whatever the event, it changes us, and returns us to a genuine state of compassion, where we genuinely care about other people. It's like it forces
us to realise by watching others suffer what we've avoided, how precious this whole life thing is, and how lucky we are.
Dunno...just putting some thoughts out there. I have woowoo'd enough I think...