Q. Is it possible to look for the countries around Adriatic Sea;
A.I actually see Italy being pretty safe.. I'm not feeling any flooding..maybe some high tides, but nothing damaging.. I also see Austria being fairly safe. My concern is Croatia. I see them getting the most flooding. I not want to focus on other issues aside from water..So let me think.. With regard to Austria, I don't feel compelled to warn of any dangers.. Croatia, I'm being told that you should save as much drinking water as you can because you may go through a short period of time (maybe 2 to 3 weeks) that you will have issues with your water.. Italy, I'm getting strange message- and it coming in the form of a smell..and it isn't toxic, but it is like garbage.. like you have issues disposing of sewage or garbage.. it's like this smell that I feel is stuck in my throat.. the air is just not pleasant.. I'm asking time frame in my mind, and I see it that you are experiencing some changes now with regard to weather, but this is going to peak around June or July of 2013. I can't help but feel that the warning signs are already there in that area..
A. The first thing I get with this area is a rumbling much like a dryer running. I think even hear this noise now, and don't know what it is.. It feels consistent.. The area feels safe, but I feel like you will experiece a lot of earthquakes, but nothing severe, just constant. I see these earthquakes starting in this month (March) and lasting until (lets see it feels hot to me) like July of 2013 before they taper off. It doesn't feel unsafe, just scary at times, more because of the sounds and noise than other physical event. I don't see issues with water or food, but my gut still wants you to be prepared...
A. I do feel it will be gradual.. I see it as tides coming in, but not receding all the way. As soon as I think about this question, I see a map of the USA with swirls all up and down the Atlantic side. My impression is that we are going to have one storm after another, and it is hard to recover from one before another hits. In looking at the map that are referring to, in my my mind I don't see it quite as severe flooding.. There is a main highway on the Atlantic side, and I see the water coming up to the highway, and at some points crossing over the hightway, but I don't feel it will come much more inland that. I also don't see the Gulf side of Florida getting as much as the Atlantic side..
A. In studying the map, I feel there will be minimal sea rise that area. But I also feel a tug with Germany.. like they dominant or very important to your country. Like you need them much more than they need you. I sense some kind of a struggle with Germany.. I also think that even though there is a minimal sea rise to your specific area, people (well some them) will flock to Germany, and you area feels kind of weak to me, almost vulnerable. I think Germany may try to be a dominant force in Europe, and social problem may arise from that.. but somehow Germany convinces many people that they are "on their side" and is almost able to dominate with little resistance I feel like the key player you need to focus on is Germany and see what they are doing..
A. [As a side note, when I searched the map for Bayou Corne, nothing near the New Madrid popped up, so let me know if I am searching something incorrectly]. Now I want to focus on the New Madrid specific to the Mississippi and Illinois . I feel like there is a lot of mild earthquake activity now in that area.. I think this summer, specifically July and August, will have the most activity.. I don't see it as a HUGE earthquake, but rather a lot of small to medium sized earthquakes.. I feel the more south you are the more damaging they are.. I keep thinking like Missouri and Louisiana will get most of the it [the damage]. I feel like southern Illinois will get some activity, but nothing radical, so that area feels safe.. West is definitely an option for people that are displaced.. Now I want to focus on water levels, and I want to focus while staring at a map.... After looking at a map, I see the biggest change starting at the southern part of Illinois . I see water increasing on eastern side of Missouri Arkansas and it looks like it goes strait down Louisiana . I also see the water increasing on the western side of Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi.. The greatest impact will be Louisiana because in my mind the actual "boot" is gone..
Q. Do you see earth changes, solar flares, etc affecting
A. As I think of Chile, the more north I go in my mind, the safer it feels. Something in the southern portion, doesn't feel right to me... like you wouldn't want to live there in that area. The northern part feels green and fertile (also humid) but I don't necessarily think that is bad thing for the crops that you are trying to grow. I feel overall you are in a good spot, I just gravitate toward the northern portion of your country.
A. Actually when I read this question, I get an image of a pile of Swiss cheese. Almost like a hole is going to surface at any time. I think a lot of things are happening. There feels like a lot of empty caverns under ground in that area.. As the earth rumbles on this fault line, I feel like this unsupported "hole" that's underground comes to the surface creating a sink hole. Almost as if there is this underground hollow spot that is very fragile, and one little shake creates a sink hole.. It looks like these underground holes start to connect and I am getting a vision of a kids dot-to-dot picture with each connection creating a space for water to fill. As the water fills the holes, the movement of the water erodes the ground from the bottom up creating more sink holes.. and in areas near the Mississippi, the increase in water and land erosion aids in the expansion of the Mississippi. I keep seeing the left side of a bell-curve.. Like the sinkhole/flooding issue started small and infrequent, but it is going to increase more and more.. I can't even get a visual on the peak of when it will slow down because the image I get is of a hand waving down the road, telling me it is way down the road.. So my impression is that this is going to be going on for a while.
And that's all I see at this time... and it's 9:03 PM. Thank you. Link to Audio