Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Upcoming Weather and Natural Events [Group Post]
Q. Did our timeline dodge the Red Comet you foresaw?
A. I still see the Red Comet out there... When I focus on it, I get this anxiety, as if it is there and hiding, and all of a sudden it shows itself. In my mind I look to the sun and the moon, as if they hold the answers or show the signs. As I look to the sun, there is something different, and almost mesmerizing about it (color, intensity, heat)- and then I see the comet pop out from behind, out of what seems like no where. The moon then reacts to it (referring to the comet) getting closer by first wobbling in an odd pattern, and then rotating in a clockwise pattern.
Even though I see it being hidden by the sun, I see it does have an effect on us now. I get an image of the earth and it looks like a wobbly top due to outside gravitational forces pulling on us. In addition to the fluctuating gravitational force, our magnetosphere looks to be compromised or inconsistent (in some areas the bubble around earth looks thicker than others). Our orbit is being yanked or altered by this comet. Part of it is directly related to the comet, and part is because other planets are being effected, and those other planets have a trickle down effect that influence earth as well. I see our solar system as an entire system that works together, and not individual parts working independently. If one part changes, it changes the energy and function of the unit as a whole.
As we wobble, I see the north pole not statically staying true north. What we call the north pole, is not really true north anymore- it is still north, but not the north most point. This wobbling is creating erratic weather patterns that are unpredictable- I get most places are having unseasonable weather (hot isn't as hot as normal, droughts are popping up, extreme rain). It is as if the weather cannot be predicted accurately or have what feels like a normal expectation. I see this continuing long term- with each year it will change- You may have an abnormally hot summer, followed by a summer that is extremely below average (with pops of extreme heat)- nothing is "normal" or consistent.
Q. Could you please do a reading on the upcoming winter in the United States? Will it be harsher than normal? Will it come sooner and last longer? Will there be a propane/natural gas shortage or price hike? Anything you feel drawn to bring up?
A. I see the US being hit with an EXTREME winter. I see it even colder than last year. The issue will be the cold even more so than the snow (overall). The northern US will have higher than normal snowfall, and I see what looks like a blizzard in the New York area. I get with the blizzard in New York there will be some power outages, so please take caution and be prepared in that area.
I do not see a propane/natural gas shortage, but I see an issue with power outages due to increased demand (like circuits get overloaded trying to compensate for the need). New York and that area seems the most effected, and then I see smaller pockets randomly pop up, but the issue with these "pockets" looks to get resolved fairly quickly.
I see the southern states getting snowfall (Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida) that I would relate to the amount the midline of the US (Kansas, Kentucky geographic location) normally gets. The amount isn't extreme, but I see peoples' reactions as unusual- as if they aren't prepared to handle that amount of snow on the roadways. I see stores closing due to weather making items more difficult to buy (stock up).
I also see ice storms (the image I have is trees encapsulated in ice) throughout the Midwest area. Most are only a day or two, but it looks like that area gets hit with one or two major ones that takes some time to recover.
I do see that people should stock up. Be prepared to stay at home for at least a few days. Have a plan if the electric goes out (I see camping / Coleman equipment).
Q. With the world's weather becoming more volatile with snow storms, fires, droughts, flooding, etc is there any areas that are "safe" areas to relocate to? Specifically the USA. Adding further any countries you see being stable enough with the good weather being good areas to relocate to? Thank you
A. When I focus on the geographic aspect (not looking economically or politically), the safe areas look to be the northern part of South America, the western part of Africa, northwestern part of Australia, southern part of Asia (west of India) and the most south central part of the US west of the Mississippi River (Texas area). There are other pockets of safety as well, but regarding weather fluctuations, floods, etc, I see those areas being the most consistent.
Q. Hello. I was wondering if Southern New Mexico was safe from earth changes? Especially the area around Ruidoso New Mexico. Its a resort town in So.Central New Mexico..and it sits up in the Mountains. Thank-you for the work you do here.
A. This location looks very safe. You will experience some changes (mild earthquakes and some unusual weather, but it looks to be fairly safe and relatively consistent compared to other areas.
Q. Can you please comment on the future of the Southwest like Arizona? What do you see concerning earth changes and safer areas to live? I have heard that California may go under and Arizona becomes coastal! Thanks!
A. The border of Arizona looks to be somewhere that needs caution, but the eastern part of Arizona looks to be safe. I see a lot of issues surrounding the eastern border of California. I see it eventually separating and causing California to either become a peninsula or island (not really going under). This will take many years to occur, but the effects will be felt now and accelerated by the activity in Yosemite.
Q. Hi Lyn , With all the changes going on politically and environmentally my son and I wish to be in the best locations that provide safety and security in Australia . We reside in Adelaide,South Australia. would you please give us some insight? All the best to you,Charmaine.
A. I see the interior part of Western Australia and the interior part of the Northern Territory being the safest areas of Australia.
In closing, the energy of this feels panicky and uncertain, but I feel compelled to also let people know that overall warning signs to the majority of the weather will be there [it won't be overnight]. You will be warned of storms or start to see some kind of pattern to the unusual weather (it will be warm a week and then be bitterly cold). Pay attention, listen to what you hear, but most importantly look with you eyes to prepare youself.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Link to narrated reading on YouTube.