posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 06:40 PM
reply to post by Tucket
I don't know ...I will go with it's just nature.
Yep, just nature that happens to blow parts of the philiphines away with an f-5 plus hurricane force winds. dead fish die offs, earthquakes,volcanoes
going off alot more, sunami's,wierd weather patterns, strange sightings, meteors,more sink holes occurances, strange sun patterns,strange annomelies,
weird noises heard all over the globe,increase in floodings,melting poles,animal die offs,unusual lightning strikes, poles acting strange,bees
population mass reduction, strange cloud anomelies, weird flashes of light,power outages, strange behaving people, missing persons,more sightings of
U.F.O's, ionosphere depletion, holes in earths sheild,More and more powerful tornadoes,lakes being swallowed up and drain away,strange current
anomelies, more violent storms than before,no rain is some areas and massive downpours elsewhere, Ocean currents has changed And thats only the tip of
the ice berg. Don't worry, it is only NATURE.
Typhoon Haiyan was very strong, but there is no way to know for sure if it was the strongest in history. There hasn't been any reliable monitoring
system in place in the Pacific to measure such things for long enough to know for sure. Also, there is reason to believe that Camile was still
stronger than Haiyan. And globally, hurricane activity has been way down. This hurricane season in the Pacific is not abnormal it just seems that way
because all the usual activity was compressed into the last few weeks of the season.
The weather patterns are not weird. They are just following the cycles we've seen in the past when the climate shifts to cold PDO/warm AMO. We also
have to consider that the sun is far less active than it has been in the past at any time since the Maunder Minimum. The transition to a cooling earth
causes some shifting weather patterns that we aren't used to.
As for tornados ... you're just plain wrong. They are not getting either more numerous or more powerful. We're just getting better at tracking and
identifying them and more people are living where they're likely to be. And if you're thinking about what happened in Illinois? Well, there are two
peaks in tornadic activity every year, one is in the early spring and the other is in November. Granted, that second peak usually affects the south,
but not always, and in this instance, it hit Illinois. But overall, these past couple of tornado seasons have been very quiet overall despite a few
high profile storms (I live in tornado alley).
Now as for seismic disturbances? I can't explain that one. I do think the earth may be getting more active. That was foretold in prophecy, and I see
the pieces for that falling into place. However, I get very wary when it comes to signs in nature because very often, they are either blatantly
exaggerated or simply misunderstood or there is a perfectly natural explanation for them.
All in all, when doing prophecy watch, I prefer to set my store in other geopolitical signs and then measure the natural ones afterward unless they
are too blatant to ignore.