Prediction: Earthquake in Sri Lanka & India

I had a visual of Sri Lanka, India, then it shifted to show a massive crack.

I had a visual of an area by Popocatepeti Mexico and the ground begin to shake violently.

Another mass destructive force, another epic tragedy, in this horrible month of October coming.. now.

In the old predictions they implied the 9th.

They also implied a Tsunami that would strike the Asian region.

i had a visual of  one epic snow storm.

So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.

In the coming decades the temperatures will go to excessive extremes massive cold freezing conditions followed by heat waves so large you can’t go outside until the night.

The threat isn’t the massive storms coming or the mass exodus from areas under water, it’s the food. You can’t grow food in the snow and you can’t grow it at temperatures in the 140s.

On a lighter note they showed a visual of a very different type of vehicle. It had excessive space in the interior of this new type of vehicle and had a large bubble look.

Previous predictions about Sri Lanka earthquake some of which imply a Tsunami:

I had a visual of a very large wave rushing across the sea, then they connected it to Sri Lanka, confirming a Tsunami, they must be talking about this previous prediction: Predictions 12-27-16

A massive earthquake.. Sri Lanka”

The implication was that it was an earthquake and tsunami. They implied February which is odd, they usually don’t go that far out for an earthquake.

Prediction: India Earthquake

I had a visual I was in a town somewhere in India. Then the visual shifted to show a map of Sri Lanka, Nepal and India. Then the visual shifted to show a seismograph running wild. An event we are expecting in the next few days

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304 thoughts on “Prediction: Earthquake in Sri Lanka & India

  1. Fault-lines seem to be very active lately. Anyone who lives near them should take precautions–stock up on supplies–especially water, plan meeting places for family if you get separated, know the safest place to go during a quake, whether it’s in a sturdy doorway, under a desk, or outside.

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  2. I know this is neither here nor now, but do you see there being a massive die-off from the hardship of growing food due to climate change in the coming decades or are we able to perceive it coming and thus able to innovate in time in order to limit mass causalities?

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  3. Anything new on the predictions about earthquakes in California or other places in the U.S.? I mentioned it once before, but I keep getting flashes of a bad quake in the center of the country, I’m guessing it must be the New Madrid fault.

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    • I truly believe that the “San Josey “ prediction was about Mexico. I assumed because of the name it was about CA. However the does not change the existing prediction About a CA earthquake coming, I will present the question asking for an update but unfortunately they aren’t taking questions because there is just so much to cover but will see

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  4. Is the same earthquake going to effect both countries (India and Sri Lanka) or could there be two separate earthquakes?

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    • Not necessarily, they showed the region, as the location, it is unfortunate they have not narrowed it down,there is a small possibility it’s a tsunami, which would explain why they show the entire region.

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  5. SWC
    im hedging the tsunami for sri Lanka will originate in Aceh area like it did before ..
    Indonesia sumatra is probable starting point .
    just a thought .

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  6. Since sep. 19th I thouhgt there is going to bean other earthquake herer.. but I don’t know when. also people knows because people ins’t going to spend time out side

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  7. Was watching this one particular channel on YouTube — they were having Q & A from viewer emails — and one question was about when CA was going to have another major earthquake (e.g., high 7’s possibly an 8). The psychic — who’s channeling the son’s message to his mother and viewers — said it would be sometime in early 2018 (could’ve given a specific month, but I can’t remember this particular video’s location).

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  8. There have been lots of smaller quakes in California and Alaska lately….but maybe that will release some of the pressure on the fault lines, make a big one less likely? I don’t know, just a guess.

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    • Hi Sara. Don’t know if you’ve been visiting Dutchsense’s site lately. He explains that ALL quakes, everywhere in the world, are related/connected. So after the four 6mag quakes of the past two days, more serious quakes are likely to hit at the other end of the plates….that will be the west coast of the Americas….Canada to the bottom of South America and more around NZ, New Guinea and also in some places in Europe. Just a few minutes ago there was a 4.1mag at Seven Trees California. Not very big in itself, but compared to previously, as you’ve said, most have been small. Earthquakes are not separated by a country’s boundaries. If a big one goes, anywhere on the fault lines, the rest of the world will cop something from either varying degree magnitude quakes to, and including, a serious set of tsunamis.

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      • Yes Lossie, crazy. Even here in Bundaberg, Qld Australia there have been some very low quakes registered by locals….we’re not on any major fault line, but there have been quakes in this region before. I truly believe the world’s in for a major shock re volcanoes/quakes/tsunamis.

      • Yes petemedium, I agreed. It will be huge and don’t know where it will happen. :/

  9. Dutchsinse’s weekly forecast has been put back to Tuesday night now, so I should be able to go through it in 24 hours’ time.

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    • BeachHut, I sensed the earth through my feet last night as it almost like the hrartbeat….much much stronger. I suspected it will not be a good sign at all. :/ there are low hummm and deep Humm as I cant describe it that I can sensed or feel very faint through my feet if I be still and listen to the earth. Last night it was very deep vibes I can feel it knowing this is not too good. It affected all over the globe. Wish I can describe the best I can. So I’m saying something huge is happening either now or much sooner.

      I don’t know where but felt it.

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      • I can feel it thru my feet. Not much stronger like last night. Weird. I will follow up on like “heartbeat” or stretch vibration. Very faint. Probably alot of people won’t feel it but just be still. If you have the iron bed. Put your hand on it and listen or feel it. Just wait and it will come to you.

    • Oh no..Hopefully many people will listen and be prepare for this winter below 30 degrees in northeast.

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  10. Eric,
    Ref..
    “.In the coming decades the temperatures will go to excessive extremes massive cold freezing conditions followed by heat waves so large you can’t go outside until the night.”

    Foreshadow?
    Extreme weather EU wine harvest historic low..

    https://watchers.news/2017/10/12/2017-eu-wine-harvest-at-historic-low-due-to-extreme-weather/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  11. Eric, SWC,

    Ref::: from this post..

    So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.
    –///

    Winter cold extremes linked..
    High altitude polar vortex. Weakening

    https://watchers.news/2017/10/17/winter-cold-extremes-polar-vortex-weakening/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  12. Eric, SWC,
    Ref;;;
    So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.

    First significant cold blast expected in Europe late this weekend

    Excerpt.
    An upper ridge will develop across western Europe and North Atlantic, blocking the zonal mild flow from the west while a deep trough/cyclones will be forming over Scandinavia and northwestern Russia. This will allow an establishment of meridional flow and advection of very cold airmass towards the Alps and Balkan peninsula,” they explained.
    (Temperature anomaly).

    https://watchers.news/2017/10/25/first-significant-cold-blast-expected-in-europe-late-this-weekend/

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  13. Eric, SWC,
    Ref;;;;So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.”
    —-
    10/25/17.
    Excerpt..
    A strong cold front in the northern states will usher unseasonably cold temperatures into the Plains and Midwest Thursday into Friday, October 27, 2017, NWS warns. Frost Advisories, Freeze Warnings, and even some Hard Freeze Warnings are in effect. This front will also bring several inches of snow to portions of the Upper Midwest which could cause difficult travel conditions through Friday morning. A rapid cyclogenesis is expected to occur off the Eastern Seaboard Sunday – Monday, October 29 – 30 as a tropical disturbance undergoing extratropical transition enters a region of highly favorable upper-level dynamics, producing a potential heavy rain and wind event for portions of the Northeast”

    Visuals in link..
    https://watchers.news/2017/10/26/unseasonably-cold-temperatures-for-midwest-and-plains-powerful-storm-for-the-northeast/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  14. Eric, SWC,
    🇨🇦 Canada, British Columbia..
    Ref;;;
    So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.
    —-
    See..
    Excerpt
    now British Columbia is hit by record-breaking snow that broke an almost 10-year record on October 24, 2017.

    http://strangesounds.org/2017/10/anomalous-snow-storm-british-colombia-canada-breaks-100-year-old-record.html

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  15. Eric,SWC.
    , 10/31/17
    Minnesota
    Excerpt..
    The first significant snowstorm to hit Minnesota this season left four people dead over the weekend. It was the earliest snow in the state since 2009. The storm also produced an 8.78-m-high wave (28.8 feet) in Lake Superior, breaking the previous Great Lakes record set in 2012.
    ——

    https://watchers.news/2017/10/30/early-season-snowstorm-leaves-4-dead-in-minnesota-record-waves-across-lake-superior/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  16. Eric, SWC,
    New York
    New York City set to dip to 24F on Friday breaking a SIXTY YEAR record for low temperatures in November
    New York City will experience a high temperature of just 37F on Friday
    If the temperature does dip to 24F, it will beat out the previous record low of 30F on November 10, 1954
    The high of 37F will be almost 20 degrees below average for this time of year
    Saturday will be more seasonal as temperatures will climb back to around 40F
    By Mary Kekatos For Dailymail.com

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5064675/NYC-set-dip-24F-Friday-record-low-temp.html#ixzz4xwnYdwE3

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  17. Eric,SWC,
    Update on cold..🌬
    Excerpt::
    A cold front pushing across the Eastern US today will usher in winter like temperatures from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast and Mid Atlantic where temperatures could be as much as 11 °C (20 °F) below normal, NWS warns. Freeze watches are in effect for parts of the Mid Atlantic.

    A southward dip in the jet stream is driving a cold front through the Midwest and Northeast, bringing a blast of arctic air which will last into the weekend. The front could bring some light rain or snow showers to parts of the Northeast through later this morning. Locally heavy snowfall is likely with lake effect snow bands across parts of Michigan with winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories in effect.

    Visuals.
    https://watchers.news/2017/11/10/below-normal-temperatures-across-much-of-central-and-eastern-us/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  19. Eric,

    Cold Weather anomalies..worldwide..

    Ref…from this post..
    So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.

    http://strangesounds.org/2017/12/weather-anomalies-are-spreading-across-the-world-coldest-summer-for-100-years-in-queensland-australia-earliest-ice-formation-in-71-years-on-the-han-river-south-korea-3-5-meters-of-snow-in-germany.html

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  20. Eric,SWC,
    Ref::
    So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.

    Read article..

    Bangladesh 🇧🇩
    Coldest temperatures ever..

    https://watchers.news/2018/01/10/bangladesh-hit-by-coldest-temperatures-ever/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  21. Eric, SWC,
    Ref::In the coming decades the temperatures will go to excessive extremes massive cold freezing conditions followed by heat waves so large you can’t go outside until the night.

    The threat isn’t the massive storms coming or the mass exodus from areas under water, it’s the food. You can’t grow food in the snow and you can’t grow it at temperatures in the 140s.

    Article
    Freeze to death..run out of food..

    http://strangesounds.org/2018/01/omg-were-all-going-to-freeze-to-death-and-run-out-of-food.html

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  22. Eric, SWC,
    Japan 🇯🇵
    Snow Storm (Blizzard) in Japan on January 22 2018 10:36 AM (UTC).

    A rare snowstorm hit Tokyo on Monday, snarling train services, forcing the cancellation of scores of flights and prompting hordes of workaholic Japanese to heed official advice to head home early. Snow began falling on Monday morning, with as much as 10 cm (4 inches) predicted for central Tokyo by the time it is expected to stop early on Tuesday. By 5:00 p.m. 6 cm (2.4 inches) had fallen in central Tokyo, as the snowfall intensified, NHK national broadcaster said. Train services were curtailed and some highways were closed, as icy roads were causing traffic accidents. Around 250 flights from Tokyo’s Haneda airport were canceled. A looming low-pressure system and cold front just off the coast of the Japanese main island of Honshu was expected to bring low temperatures and more snow throughout the day and night, the Japanese Meteorological Agency said. The Japanese capital, which is on roughly the same latitude as the U.S. city of Raleigh, North Carolina, often sees snow at least once a year, but this time it is expected to accumulate, rather than quickly melt as it usually does. The government issued heavy snow warnings for the area around the capital, just two weeks after hundreds of people were trapped overnight in a train in northern Japan due to heavy snow. NHK national broadcaster issued detailed recommendations for coping with the weather, including wearing boots with heavy treads, heading home early and not walking with hands in coat pockets in case of slips and falls. Trains to the suburbs were packed full by the unusually early hour of 4:00 p.m. and long lines formed at supermarkets. NHK reported that universities had postponed entrance exams due to have been held on Tuesday morning. A disaster management center in the prime minister’s office was collating information on the situation. “We will respond to this based on various scenarios,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news conference. “We call on all citizens to keep informed about the latest conditions and beware of transport delays.”

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  23. Eric, SWC
    Malta 🇲🇹
    Extreme Weather in Malta on February 10 2018 09:50 AM (UTC).

    A man was killed, roads were flooded, a vessel ran aground and damage reported as the Maltese islands were hit by torrential rain and strong winds on Saturday morning. The dry patch which dominated the month of January was wiped out in the first few days of February but the heavy rain which pounded the island from Friday night wreaked havoc in several areas. A driver was killed and a passenger was injured when a tree crushed his vehicle in Mriehel while a wall has reportedly collapsed in Birkirkara. A vessel also run aground in Qawra though there were no reported injuries. The Civil Protection Department and police urged motorists to exercise caution, especially in low lying areas due to rainy conditions. Police said severe flooding had hit different areas, especially December 13 Road in Marsa, Rue D’Argens in G?ira and parts of the Strand in Sliema. Scores of vehicles requested assistance after they were caught up in flooded roads. An average of 65mm of rain were pelted over the Maltese islands in the past 36 hours – that’s more than the monthly average rainfall for February, according to the Malta Weather site. “As evident by satellite images we have more hours of rain till the afternoon. We advise to avoid unnecessary trips until around noon today,” the site said. Northerly winds of force 6 to 7 are expected to increase to force 8 by the afternoon and becoming west northwest force 5 or 6 overnight, according to the Meteorological Office. The sea is rough and is expected to get rougher by the afternoon before calming down overnight. The first day of carnival was cancelled and it is not yet known whether Saturday’s programme will go ahead as planned. Malta also marks the feast of St Paul on Saturday.

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  24. Eric, SWC,
    Fiji 🇫🇯
    Event details

    Flash Flood in Fiji on February 10 2018 05:23 AM (UTC).

    Torrential rain continued to pound the greater areas of Suva and Nausori since early this morning. The usual scene of flooded roadside drains and waterways in the town and the city during periods of heavy rain was no different today. Members of the public are advised to keep those raincoats, preferably, and umbrellas handy as the weatherman forecasts these periods of heavy rain to continue until later tomorrow. The special weather bulletin number 79 on heavy rain issued from the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre (RSMC) in Nadi today that the heavy rain warning in force for Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni and nearby smaller islands, Lau and Lomaiviti groups, Kadavu and nearby smaller islands, was also now in force for the rest of Fiji. The weatherman reports that tropical depression TD08F was analyzed about 67km East-southeast of Labasa or about 20km South-southwest of Taveuni at 2 pm today. The RSMC forecasts TD08F to gradually move Northeast between Vanua Levu and Taveuni with associated rain bands affecting the country until later Sunday. The forecast for Fiji, there will be periods of rain, heavy at times and few squally thunderstorms. Members of the public are also advised that localized heavy falls may lead to flooding of low lying areas. The next special weather bulletin on heavy rain will be issued at around 5.30pm later today.

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  25. Eric, SWC,
    Hawaii..
    Extreme Weather in USA on February 09 2018 07:57 PM (UTC).

    Big-time thunderstorms erupting over parts of Hawaii, including Honolulu. Photographer Anthony Quintano captured a vigorous storm and its lightning illuminating Honolulu’s skyline Monday night into Tuesday. “Woke up to an awesome light show as a storm cell popped up southeast of Honolulu,” he posted to Instagram. Hail was even reported on the islands as the storms moved onshore early in the week, and there were several reports of waterspouts captured off Maui. Okay, I know what you’re thinking, “waterspouts and hail happen all the time in thunderstorms.” True! But not in Hawaii. Downpours are common during the rainy winter season, but not explosive storms. The very warm and tropical maritime climate keeps the atmosphere over Hawaii stable most of the year. For severe weather to occur, a strong low-pressure system is necessary to generate instability and only comes around once in a great while. But earlier this week, low pressure hovered over the region, which would allow warm, moist air to rapidly ascend into the colder air aloft forming thunderclouds. The National Weather Service in Honolulu frequently mentioned the presence of sufficient atmospheric instability for hail in the stronger storms. The most intense storms, which prompted severe thunderstorm warnings, occurred over the Big Island. The three severe thunderstorm warnings issued by the Weather Service in Honolulu were the first during February in 12 years. Before this February, you have to go back to February 2006, when two warnings were issued. On average, the Weather Service in Honolulu issues only 3.6 severe thunderstorm warning per year, and less than one tornado warning. Since 2005, it has only issued two tornado warnings, the last instance in December 2008.

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  26. Eric, SWC
    🇨🇦 Canada.Ontario..
    Massive flooding.
    Event details

    Flood in Canada on February 22 2018 04:16 AM (UTC).

    Flood-battered Southwestern Ontario might as well be the sixth Great Lake. Thousands evacuated in Brantford, the worst flooding in London in 40 years and potential trouble yet to come in low-lying Chatham-Kent lies downriver of all that water – the fallout of torrential rain and a massive snow melt across the region. Wednesday, the worst was over in London, hit by its heaviest flooding since 1977. It was the same in the tiny Lake Erie community of Port Bruce, southeast of St. Thomas, which dodged an evacuation order from high water triggered by ice jams. But while drivers faced flooded-out roads and parking lots in London, that aggravation was nothing like the fallout in Brantford, another city flooded by ice jams in a river, where three neighbourhoods with nearly 5,000 residents were evacuated Wednesday in an emergency that left Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne headed their way to visit flood-hit areas. In Orangeville, northwest of Toronto, officials were bracing for tragedy as they scoured a swollen river for a three-year-old boy who went missing after a car he was riding in was swept off a road. The heavy rains and mild weather that triggered the flooding caused headaches for officials at water treatment plants, which are sometimes overwhelmed by summer storms that send run-off and sewage into the system too fast to keep up, meaning it goes untreated or only partly treated into the Thames River. In 30 years working at the city’s main Greenway plant, division manager Geordie Gauld said he’s never seen anything like it. “This is the worst I’ve seen it,” he said. “The plants are backing up, so to speak, so the water level in the plants in some spots is probably 12 inches higher than it would be normally just because we can’t get it out of the plant.” If the river water levels rise higher, they’ll look at ways to bypass sections of the plant to get the water out faster, Gauld said. The treated wastewater they’re releasing into the river isn’t as treated as they’d typically aim for, Gauld said, but desperate times call for desperate measures. “We are bypassing some of the processes in the plant just because of the volume,” he said. Low-lying areas of London near the Thames River and its tributaries were inundated by water on Wednesday, with stretches of at least eight roads still closed, and the high water encroaching on areas such as the Western University campus. Just west of Greenway, Wonderland Road was closed in both directions as river water swept over parts of the major artery. The city is warning road closings could last for days as the water recedes. Bad as things appeared, however, they might have been worse if not for flood-control measures including holding water back at the Fanshawe Dam, which reduced the flow into the swollen Thames by one-third – volume that might otherwise have spilled over a long retaining wall along the north bank of the river near Harris Park. “If we didn’t have Fanshawe Dam, if we weren’t able to keep back water in the reservoir, we would have overtopped the dikes,” said Upper Thames River Conservation Authority spokesperson Eleanor Heagy. A month’s worth of rain fell on much of the region in mere days, combined with mild weather that soared above 10 C at its height and melted huge snowbanks accumulated during a brutal stretch of winter. Ice jams in fast-moving waterways cause the water to spill over banks and cause flooding. Area conservation authorities equipped with flood-control measures, such as reservoir dams, have held back water to reduce its flow into major river systems such as the Thames, which runs down Southwestern Ontario’s spine to Lake St. Clair. The most flood-prone area, Chatham-Kent, also relies on defences that include a major floodwater diversion channel.

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  27. Eric, SWC,
    Ref..The threat isn’t the massive storms coming or the mass exodus from areas under water, it’s the food. You can’t grow food in the snow and you can’t grow it at temperatures in the 140s
    See

    Article..peak food.. before agriculture fails

    https://watchers.news/2018/02/22/peak-food-as-modern-agriculture-fails/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  28. Eric, SWC,
    Ref..The threat isn’t the massive storms coming or the mass exodus from areas under water, it’s the food. You can’t grow food in the snow and you can’t grow it at temperatures in the 140s.

    Article
    Extreme cold results in severe agricultural damage across Europe..food prices rise..

    https://watchers.news/2018/03/05/extreme-cold-results-in-severe-agricultural-damage-across-europe-food-prices-rising/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  29. Eric,
    India 🇮🇳
    Hailstorm sized cricket balls..damages hundreds of homes

    Excerpt..
    Hundreds of homes were damaged in Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya state, India on April 15, 2018 after hailstones the size of cricket balls accompanied by heavy rain and thunderstorm hit the region.

    https://watchers.news/2018/04/19/hailstones-the-size-of-cricket-balls-damage-hundreds-of-homes-in/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

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  30. Eric, SWC,
    Update on Kenya 🇰🇪 flooding..72 dead
    Excerpt..
    In addition to huge cracks fissuring its ground, Kenya is currently experiencing a wave of deadly floods. The worst affected counties are Turkana, Tana River, Garissa, Isiolo, Kisumu, Taita, Mandera, Wajir, Marsabit, West Pokot, Samburu and Narok. About 50,000 people have had to leave their homes in Tana River County.

    http://strangesounds.org/2018/04/floods-leave-72-people-dead-and-211000-displaced-in-kenya-thousands-of-livestock-killed.html

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  31. Eric,
    South Africa 🇿🇦
    Hailstorm event
    Excerpt
    A highly unusual hailstorm hit the areas east of Nelspruit, Mpumalanga Province, on Sunday, devastating citrus, banana and vegetable crops. In some orchards around Karino there are reports of entire blocks of citrus that have been wiped out by the large hail stones. Fruit were smashed and blown off the trees. It is early winter in South Africa and the hail was accompanied by cold and thunder. It is almost completely unheard of to receive hail this time of the year and there is astonishment at the vehemence and timing of what is usually a summer occurrence. “Usually hail occurs at the latest in April, but in 2004 there was hail in the Lowveld during the month of June,” a representative of a crop insurance company remembers. “The damage from this hail is really very bad. It’s quite emotional visiting the farms.

    http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=HS-20180530-63310-ZAF

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  32. Eric,
    Sudan 🇸🇩
    Flash Flood in Sudan on June 25 2018 10:42 AM (UTC).

    Torrential rains on Thursday rain destroyed 430 houses in displaced camps in Zalingei in Central Darfur. El Shafee Abdallah, the coordinator of Central Darfur camps told Radio Dabanga that the high winds accompanied by rain that lasted all night caused the destruction of 430 houses in the six Zalingei camps. He said that 147 houses were destroyed at Hamidiya camp and 150 at Hasahisa camp. He pointed out that large numbers of families are now in the open after the rain destroyed their houses and they lost everything inside. Abdallah appealed to the benevolent and humanitarian organisations to expedite the provision of urgent assistance to those affected in the camps of Zalingei. Torrential rains and heavy winds destroyed 50 houses and damaged more than 70 houses in El Tadamon locality in South Kordofan on Monday. On May 11, 250 homes were destroyed or heavily damaged by downpours in Mukjar camp in Central Darfur.

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  33. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::So many places below zero, in one swipe, at one time the winter will consume so much of the world with freezing temperatures. The first time the human race can no longer deny the problem in front of them.

    See.
    South Africa..

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