Good evening from the beautiful (but damp) county of Surrey.
You may remember from earlier blogs that I expressed concerns about the fact that life seems to speeding past at such an exponentially astonishing rate. One is aware that one’s own perception can cloud the apparent acceleration of time. Let’s use, say, a rainy Saturday afternoon as an example; a child unable to go outside to play may decide that time is dragging past too slowly whilst his/her parents are finding that those very same hours pass by too quickly. That line had always been present… or it certainly was during my wasted youth. Nowadays though, that line is becoming increasingly blurred. Even my own children are complaining that time is passing by too quickly for their liking.
Global/Solar System events seem to be accelerating in tandem with the quickening canter of time. During the past 72 hours, our Sun has awoken from a prolonged slumber during a period wholly expected to be the most active at this stage of its cycle (Solar Maximum). 6 X-Class, 2 M-Class and 21 C-Class Flares have been ejected during the past two days alone (*1). The Sinkhole Phenomenon continues unabated – just last Sunday, CBC News reported the appearance of a ‘crater’ in Winnipeg (*2). Meteor/Fireball sightings are becoming commonplace (*3). During the early hours of this morning, the North Mariana Islands were lightly shaken by a deep earthquake; registering as M6.8 around various Global seismic monitoring stations. And these were just the immediate events to come to mind.
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The past weekend was a contemplative one – busy, but contemplative. My Saturday afternoon was spent driving along the scenic southern sections of the M25. Some of the most beautiful countryside in Surrey envelops the long concrete corridor within her verdant, hilly embrace. A truly beautiful part of the World.
These sections of the M25 also affords one the opportunity to observe the fullest glory of the skies overhead. And the clouds were so, so angry, their cover hanging almost terrifyingly low in the Surrey skies. A breathtaking example of Mother Nature’s majesty, yet one I had pondered was serving as one of her final warnings to us, perhaps…?
During the quiet nocturnal hours of yesterday, one was drawn to read the messages from my Grandfather and Sister. A strong yearning to reacquaint myself with their words of wisdom, the revelations that have so amazed me over the years, enveloped me. And as my eyes alighted the written reminders of our conversations, I realised that I have been watching these events unfold exactly as they warned years ago… déjà vu on a daily basis.
I feel the time is right to share aspects of their messages with you and will share the first three with you tonight. I’m not entirely sure how they are going to be received but I have always spoken from the heart – often to my own detriment. The changes affecting our glorious Planet, her Brother/Sister planets and our Solar System have frequently occupied the thoughts of my Grandfather and Sister – thoughts shared with me. The overriding message is that we are watching history unfold before our eyes. They have been candid about the nature of the changes. Whilst one was originally digesting the messages, I was advised to remind the human beings residing on this Planet that they should remember that Mother Earth is also a living, sentient being – and she undergoes cyclical changes just as we do.
My Grandfather and Sister remember how they would have felt as humans living on a Planet facing such enormous change… that they, too, would have felt anxiety over the uncertainty factors. However, they have always assured me that these changes should never be feared, that they should be embraced with welcoming arms. We aren’t the first civilisation to have witnessed the changes which are heading our way – and we certainly won’t be the last.
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Yellowstone (from August 2009): There is a possibility of a Yellowstone volcanic eruption. The earliest time this could have happened was last year. However, any eruption will not be supervolcanic in nature. The expression used in this context was ‘clearing its throat‘. Whilst it was acknowledged that a supervolcanic eruption was overdue in geological terms, we really shouldn’t concern ourselves about Yellowstone at this stage. Continue to enjoy the miracles she offers, bask in the glory of her amazing beauty, as we rightly should.
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Shock Earthquake (from March 2010/November 2011): A European country not renowned for significant seismic activity will endure a totally unexpected earthquake – the strongest experienced on its shores since the 12th Century. The exact date and location of the epicentre is unknown at this stage. Depth and Magnitude of the earthquake, however, is likely to be shallow and strong.
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The United States (from March 2011): The United States of America has been the subject of so many of the conversations with my Sister over the past few years, covering many aspects of the Country’s Life. Indeed, I will be covering this great Country separately, such was the depth of information shared. My Sister has stated that there is great love for the Country and her People. However – as much as she wished she could say differently – assurances could not given that life was going to become any easier for the Country in the immediate future. A continued escalation of natural and ecological disasters is to be expected, although such events will not be confined to the United States alone.
America most certainly will not be alone…
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(*1): Region 11745, www.solarmonitor.org
(*2): ‘Police Tape Off Large Sinkhole in Winnipeg‘, CBC News – Manitoba (posted 12 May 2013);
(*3): Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News, lunarmeteoritehunters/blogspot.co.uk