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04/08/2017 11:34 pm  

I read this recently: Yellowstone WARNING - Supervolcano could be on the brink of erupting!

What is the likelihood?


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04/09/2017 9:58 am  

From: Zoron

Subject: Yellowstone eruption.

Location. Yellowstone

Outcome: Orange.

Probability: 30%

Expansion:

Yellowstone is becoming more active. Like other Northwest states volcanoes. Parts of the park are now closed because of the hot ground, and gas seepage. This is cyclic, but nothing like what is being seen now. I think we could see it kick off, on a smallish scale, eventually, that is local. But not Hollywood disaster Movie scale. I do see, eventually, a very large event, that is worse than Mount St Helens, etc....Impact comparable to the awaited California "Big One". But impossible to date, except I would say in the next thirty years. There will be lots of warning activity before that happens, I think. 

 


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04/11/2017 9:01 pm  

Firstly,I would like to express my genuine appreciation of your wonderful web site. I have been a silent observer for quite sometime. I find myself intrigued by the content and find that it speaks to parts of my own intuitions.

     As of now, I cannot claim to have psychic abilities, but I do have occasional dreams that seem to symbolise real time events. I also feel a "spirit capture" with the great Colorado River. I was born along the river in Utah and I reside along it presently in the Western Grand Canyon region. Back in November, I had a dream about water drying up and dead fish everywhere. In December, I stumbled upon an article about one of the native endangered species suffering a devastating die off.

   The night before last I had a uncommonly vivid dream that I was hoping to ask Zoron and Jeanne about. In it, great earthquakes are changing the landscape to look like edgar cayce's map of future America. My present neighborhood (in the mohave desert) ends up to be on the cliff of safety where as a community, we become successful farmers. In this dream, the American West was totally transformed. Any insights on the fate of the Colorado river????


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04/29/2017 12:11 am  

Thanks for joining our community, Lightfooted.  And thank you for sharing your dreams, which have all the signs of being prophetic --the  vividness and the detail are big signs.  I've mentioned this before in the forum and in the Predictions Page Timeline,  but in case you hadn't read it, when I was  meditating back in 2010, I saw a game-changing drought in the mid to late 2020's in the middle of the U.S.

This will be like no drought we have ever had before.  I didn't see the Colorado River in this vision, just a map of the U.S. with a large cactus that slowly appeared in the middle of the map. The feeling was almost tragic and inevitable, like the Dustbowl years in the 30's, only climate change means it is not going away.  I also felt that this drought was widespread and covered a large area.  I was so disturbed by the vision that meditated on the time frame again and again the cactus appeared in the mid to late 2020's.


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04/29/2017 5:53 am  

REPLY TO LIGHTFOOTED:

Lightfooted, You are correct. But the actual dating is very difficult. The plague of earthquakes that hit America over the next 20 years or so are scary, to say the least. My feeling is that sooner or later, Yellowstone will blow, in the next couple of decades, but that it will give off warning signals first. I think we will have a much smaller prequel eruption first. This in turn, to be preceded by ominous warning signs, like geysers, small tremours locally, gases venting, etc. So watch the news about Yellowstone. The scientists are somewhat divided I think on these issues. Dating is going to be really hard. 

Jeannes visions of the mega-drought are inevitable. The dating is about right. The climate disaster that did for the local Indian civilization, is coming back. It's a 500 year event. Most of the mid west will turn into arid Bush country and semi-desert. 


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04/30/2017 4:07 pm  

I am very honored to have you reply to my message, and your timing has me absolutly convinced of your brilliant gift. I read your response during a time where if I took a picture of the outside, it would have looked exactly like the dustbowl.    All of the local dry lake beds have been kicked up by these fierce winds, and I myself had been using that word.

  I truley beleive in your gift, and appreciate the positive inspirations your website has had in my life.

Thank you for sharing your wisdom and lessons ☺

 


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