I just felt the Earth shaking
Anybody here thinks that it’s not a coincidence that T has a parade extravaganza and we have an earthquake the same day in California? I think we are so “shaken” (pun intended) by this absurd yet scary display of authoritarianism that we literally made California shake 😱. The power of critical mass!
Thanks for pointing out that there were hits about earthquakes. I want to post these hits on the Prediction page, and also on the page that tabulates all hits by year. But I need help from people, especially when the predictions were made outside of the Read the Future Night Predictions.
So if someone sees a hit and you have the time to document it, then please post the hit HERE with this information: 1. Exact words used, (2)who predicted it, (3) the date they made the prediction, (4) the date they made the prediction for; and (5) a link to a corroborating news story. If you don't have time, no worries, I will try to get to it when I can.
I'm glad that you pointed it out.
A few years ago a teenager living in LA emailed me after watching YouTube’s predicting large earthquakes there. She and her 10-year old sister were terrified every day. But their parents would not just pick up and move them out of there. She wanted to know how certain I was about our predictions.
It made me want to be gentle with our audience in how we share. Not to hide what we see though.
I am grateful to each and every one of you for your courage in sharing your visions here. It is a journey to find our gift, then to share it, and then to find the best way to share it.
I agree with Jeanne that we must be mindful of what we put out there. As Spiderman’s uncle said (more or less) with great power comes great responsibility. Even though I don’t consider my powers great, I always try to be mindful of what I post and what others could make of it. We don’t always know who the audience of readers is and how they interpret what is posted. Although I think everyone on here is trying to do something positive, it is a good reminder at an especially active time to be mindful.
If I can just add to what Jeanne said -- we tuned into a news station to see what was what last night. They had a scientist from Caltech, a Dr. Jones, on to explain what was going on. First of all I LOVE HER.
Reporters kept asking her to predict things, including "The Big One", as if she is a psychic, LOL. She did an excellent job of explaining exactly what went on in Ridgecrest CA the last couple of days, and went on to reiterate, many times, that "Seismic activity does not occur on a human time scale, we're talking about millions of years here."
For those interested, this was not from the San Andreas Fault system, it was from another one. This was a "side slip" quake, not an "up/down" one (she cited the 1994 Northridge quake as an up/down that pushes the mountains up). Of note is that this particular fault, on these quakes, expanded in a northwesterly direction. USGS will be sending geologists out to investigate beginning today. There's been a fair amount of damage, but luckily no one has died or been seriously injured as far as we know. It's important to understand that while everyone knows the San Andreas may cause The Big One at some point, we don't know when, BUT also every time another fault becomes energetic, it helps to take some of the pressure off San Andreas.
I used to be scared of earthquakes, and never thought I'd move to CA in my lifetime as a result. But as I get older, I get less and less afraid of things that are "not on a human time scale" and that I can't control. At this point, I'm more afraid of tornadoes (but not that much), and frankly it's human activity that I can't control that terrifies me.
There are earthquakes every day in CA. We all do our best to stay prepared, as should everyone for any emergency. Precognitive specificity is next to impossible here at the "Rim of Fire". I also do not believe that anything spiritual has anything to do with earthquakes, sorry, as they have always existed and will always exist on this planet, regardless of whether humans continue to exist or not.
As for me, if Southern and Baja California get tossed into the sea by an earthquake, I will at least know I got to live here for some years, where it's pretty, the weather is good, and the people have mostly good intentions. Stay safe, everyone, and remember to get outside your own heads once in a while and go enjoy something, anything.
Cheers from SoCal!
Link to Preparedness article, but BONUS!!! Scroll down to see a video of Dr. Jones talking to Conan O'Brien.
Laura, thank you! I was reading the seismic reports this morning but had trouble understanding them. You have made it clear to all.
As for the spiritual interpretations for quakes, I believe in spiritual impacts, but there are scientific explanations about the impact of climate change on earthquakes. The warming expanding seas are placing heavier weight in the earth’s crust which affects vulnerable spots.
Landslides onto underwater fault lines from flood-saturated mountains were linked to the Haitian earthquake.
In short, the surface of the earth is shifting rapidly (rapidly in geologic time) due to climate change. The earth has massive amounts of heat suddenly (again suddenly in geologic time) being exerted upon it. Something has got to give.
Just want to clarify that I do believe in the spiritual impacts of humans on the earth. And I feel the earth is an organism that reacts to us and we to it, and that consciousness has real effects as well. It's my belief and doesn't have to be anyone else's. But that said, there are also some physical explanations linking human activity and earthquakes.
There was just another notable earthquake in the ring of fire in Indonesia:
Thanks, Baba. It fits some predictions and I will add it to our hits.
I personally have not been getting anything about quakes but for the last few weeks I have been feeling Gaia is restless and antsy. Yesterday the heat was so intense here outside of Boston that at a nearby pool club, they would not let us do laps in the water because the water was too hot. That has never happened as far as I know. Then we had a thunderstorm that was so intense that a little brook next to my house Quintupled in size and overflowed it’s banks in a couple of hours.
It all feels strange and a little unsettling.
Jeanne, I have noticed that in the Phoenix area, there have been continuous days of breezy/windy weather. About 4 months of breeze. Rare is the day without a breeze or strong wind. I don't remember having so many windy days this time of year. Lots of dust too. I am constantly sweeping up leaves. This is not normal. Monsoons start around now, that is normal. But continuous wind and leaf dropping, not normal.
Regarding earthquakes, the people on this site have predicted many, especially for this fall. I believe it will be a busy time from now through that fall period. And of course it is hurricane season too.
Thank-you, Lovendures. Crazy weather patterns now -- wondering what it portends.
Regarding the flooding I noticed Sunday after a rainstorm, Washington D.C. saw some even more intense and strange flooding too this week when they got a month's worth of rain in one hour.
Want to mention something about quakes since I've gotten some emails from people worried about Yellowstone's supervolcano.
It helps to read some science to get grounded about this stuff. This article in Forbes might help anyone who is worried about the big one.
In our Read the Future night predictions, which I feel are our most accurate predictions, no one has predicted it will blow. But it's normal to worry about worst case scenarios once a few troubling psychic readings about earthquakes and volcanos come true.
From the Forbes article: “The reality is that there’s next to no chance of a California quake triggering a Yellowstone eruption. Even the https://www.forbes.com/sites/ericmack/2019/03/25/no-the-yellowstone-supervolcano-is-actually-not-overdue-for-an-eruption /">people at the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory who watch the caldera closer than anyone have said that the earthquakes measured at Yellowstone itself are not even predictive of an imminent eruption.”
I think it was Laura F. who introduced me to Dutchsinse's site quite a while back. It's apparent that his explanations are controversial, but he's very good at providing evidence that the pattern of faulting has changed because of human interference: puncturing the earth through geothermal operations, fracking, mining, and oil drilling. He also presents overwhelming evidence that energy transfer occurs across the globe.
I noticed Jeanne predicted devastating earthquakes in the Midwest. As a Midwesterner living relatively near the New Madrid, who watches Dutchsinse's reporting from St. Louis, it does seem that when large quakes occur on the West Coast, the energy transfers across the country and seeks release in fault lines, but those fault lines have changed because of heavy fracking in Oklahoma and Kansas, sparing catastrophic movement in the New Madrid. The patterns of energy transfer are no longer consistent with historic geologic data.
I recently drove down I-35 through Kansas and Oklahoma. There wasn’t any lodging to be had because hotels and motels were accommodating people who had lost their homes due to massive flooding, so brightly lit areas of truck stops were packed with women drivers of all ages, white and Latin American, with loved ones sleeping in their vehicles. The only motel we could find that offered us a room said that it would be an hour before a woman finished up her business and they could pull the sheets. We tried sleeping in the car, but it was too hot to breathe, and so we kept driving. All of this is to say that environmental devastation wrought by humans murdering the Native population, stripping the prairie of its grasses and soil, drilling, fracking, depleting aquifers, polluting, and changing the climate has created a Babylon in a region of the country that has been critical to food production. It’s ruined, and it feels cursed. God only knows what the weight of land that it is either heavily flooded or parched is going to do to the changing pattern of faulting.
Predictions of massive migrations from hot cities to rural areas is going to be much more problematic than people think, because many rural areas are rapidly becoming uninhabitable.