Your year of exodus is in line with another psychic I remember reading on years ago, at least sometime in the late 2020s everyone affected by this will move over to the Northern end of the United States mostly around the Great Lakes.
Kia ora Pete. We’re doing OK in as much as most of us are safe. A few didn’t make it and many are still unaccounted for. The destruction is widespread, and unfortunately, there’s a strong chance of more rain in the areas already hit over the next week.
While the destruction is ugly in every way, the humanity being expressed is most beautiful. Long may our care and concern for each other last
Hi, Pete, thanks for thinking of us 🙂 I’m in the South Island, so missed it all really, but am absolutely devastated by the destruction brought about by the cyclone. Many stories have had me in floods of tears. I agree with Hope above, these things often bring out the best in humanity, as we saw during our earthquakes, and the way communities come together, gives everyone a glimpse of how we should always be living our lives. People do amazing things when faced with adversity.
The Spirits are visual creatures. They told me once “Eric Stop drinking the waves” it took me forever to figure out they meant Coke, because of the red waves on the can. So from far up above, looking down at the moment, in São Paulo the flood, looks like the shape of a snake, a long one. Try and look at the videos where its up above, and you can see it too. The Boa part goes to the Amazon, the location.
Erick if I remember right a few months ago you wrote me an email that told me that after February 6th, things would change here in Brazil, and it seems that after that we were till adapting after the attack on Brazil’s Capital, and were enjoying Carnival and Summer time, when this tragedy happened. Unfortunately every year around this time Brazil suffer with floods and heavy rain. From time to time it rain so much that in some hills so much mud is created that it slides down carrying trees, rocks, and whatever it is on the destruction path. From what I saw on local news, it told the population that the amount of rain expected for the whole year fell in just 24 hours. It was about 600 millimeters of water per square meter. (1 millimeter of water per square meter is roughly the equivalent of 0,26 gallons of water, that means that 600 millimeter of water per square meter would be around 158,503 gallons of water falling down in a single day)