Thank you Paul – mtofolives😉 for this heads up.
I talk about the east coast tsunami a lot in my manchild video just recently uploaded to YouTube.
It is my personal opinion that Mr. Keshes’ free energy invention will be used by the Anti-Christ/Son of Perdition to unite the world under his tyrannical rule. We are in a lot of trouble my friends.
Dear Brothers & Sisters!
Came across a video that will (maybe) knock your socks off! Mine flew across the room! The scientist in the video is Iranian (Persian!), and what he says rings true to me.
The channel (Nikola Tesla’s Ghost) is generally secular, but you will certainly find the information reliably researched and definitely intriguing! I have corresponded with the guy who
runs the channel, and he does consult the Scriptures. I do not know if he considers himself saved, but he seems to at least be a believer. Keep him in prayer.
It is a MUST WATCH: https://youtu.be/z7TUe5uQP1E
About the situation in the United States.. I explained we expect earthquakes and we expect a new dimension in the snapping of the Southern hemisphere, American continent from the Northern hemisphere.
And since then we have seen even this morning a number of earthquakes around the west coast of United States and South America, and this morning as we talk in these teachings we know there’s a standard tsunami alert on the west coast of Chile, an 8.3 in the water, earthquake.
We just seen the videos of it coming through and they’re waiting for the tsunami, we saw the earthquake on Sunday around a 6.6, 6.9 and I’ve been asked to explain more..
This is my thinking and not necessarily what you might see, this is my assumption and.. the past two weeks we’ve seen what warned in advance it would happen.
This is the shape of the American continent, and then this is South America, then you have whatever, and you have Panama. We’ve seen earthquakes on this point, we’ve seen 3 earthquakes 6.6 to 6.9 on Sunday.
We have seen 3 earthquakes on the Panama straits, and now we seen the earthquake in Chile at 8.3. Northern American continent is part of the Pangea, will never breakup.. It holds on to Pangea which means the 5 continents, the original Pangea but the South American continent is snapping at the point of the weakest.
We expect earthquakes between 10 to 16 and in more occasions 20 to 24 Richter scale when the snapping happens. The position with this is that most of Mexico and the Mexican vault[?] will be hit with huge tsunamis.
At this point these are all my private, personal thinking.. and as 2 weeks before I opened the door in announcing it and now we see the movement. This can settle down by the end of this month and then, or expand rapidly, or die[?] until next Autumn.. Then we’ll see the completion of it.
So, this area west coast of America we expect anything between 6 to 9 to 11 point Richter scale earthquakes. The way it works.. what we see from the earthquake of Sunday, we wait for more of this to come is that the top layer, if you look at it, has gone to 10 kilometers so you have the intermediate layer and then you have the lava.
It’s the lava which is moving this and the interaction between middle layer and the top layer is causing the separation to come, so we expect a huge drop.. everything in the coming weeks in the larger scale.. unless we find a position of lock[?].
If the position of lock[?] comes, Panama canal will close totally, which means it literally stops open.. There will be no Panama canal in the next few months or the next coming years.
The pangea will not move and the way it is is that this continent is moving this way.. this is snapping and the change of magnetic field of the flow of magma is pushing it through.
I expect anything up to the north Canadian coast and at the same time a movement again on the Chinese east coast and Japan. Most probably what is happening now we’ll see movement on this side to adjust these two movements and then it will start..
I still put my estimates around 10 to 20 million loss on the west coast of the United States, both continents north and south and on the east coast just about the same.
Huge losses in the Caribbean… these will be tsunami, these will be through earthquake and what we know about Mexican City and north America. This is my thoughts this is not scare mongering, but what we’ve seen in the past seven days it’s showing the quirkiness[?] of the faults.
We’ve never seen these kind of earthquakes in the past, timed in these zones in such a sequence. This snapping has to happen and this has a precaution on releasing this continent to move slightly that way to push the Asian continent and we’ll see a number of series of earthquakes in north China and the [?] coast in the coming weeks and days.
So what we see is there movement into the central America is essentially if you’re on the west coast and the people in this zone of central America have no chance they have to stand by and see what the consequences are.
We’ve seen the videos today coming in from Chile just a few minutes ago with Armond[?] and even the swimming pools are floating like tsunamis, what we saw.. so this is a school of thought, by accident I had to disclose it as our friend in the Island asked us to [?] and the problem with this situation is we’re coming to a point where the world will collapse.
We’ve been trying for 2 weeks now to get access with funds to the Island, we transferred money through but it’s not even a line[?] the banks are not releasing money because of the disaster.
This is a small scale of what is going to happen in the coming time. The banking order will not support such a disaster and we’ll see, as we discussed, I hope it will not happen this way but for what I know this is the knowledge I passed on to some people past 6 months, 12 months.. so it’s not something new.
It’s inevitable, the continent breakup is inevitable and movement of Chile is such a large scale it means the bottom layer plate has already let go (cure zone.org).”
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,
The United Nations has disgraced itself immeasurably over the past month or so.
In case you missed the following stories, I suggest catching up now:
The UN’s “Sustainable Development Agenda” is Basically a Giant Corporatist Fraud
Not a Joke – Saudi Arabia Chosen to Head UN Human Rights Panel
Fresh off the scene from those two epic embarrassments, the UN now wants to tell governments of the world how to censor the internet. I wish I was kidding.
From the Washington Post:
On Thursday, the organization’s Broadband Commission for Digital Development released a damning “world-wide wake-up call” on what it calls “cyber VAWG,” or violence against women and girls. The report concludes that online harassment is “a problem of pandemic proportion” — which, nbd, we’ve all heard before.
But the United Nations then goes on to propose radical, proactive policy changes for both governments and social networks, effectively projecting a whole new vision for how the Internet could work.
Under U.S. law — the law that, not coincidentally, governs most of the world’s largest online platforms — intermediaries such as Twitter and Facebook generally can’t be held responsible for what people do on them. But the United Nations proposes both that social networks proactively police every profile and post, and that government agencies only “license” those who agree to do so.
People are being harassed online, and the solution is to censor everything and license speech? Remarkable.
How that would actually work, we don’t know; the report is light on concrete, actionable policy. But it repeatedly suggests both that social networks need to opt-in to stronger anti-harassment regimes and that governments need to enforce them proactively.
At one point toward the end of the paper, the U.N. panel concludes that “political and governmental bodies need to use their licensing prerogative” to better protect human and women’s rights, only granting licenses to “those Telecoms and search engines” that “supervise content and its dissemination.”
So we’re supposed to be lectured about human rights from an organization that named Saudi Arabia head of its human rights panel? Got it.
Regardless of whether you think those are worthwhile ends, the implications are huge: It’s an attempt to transform the Web from a libertarian free-for-all to some kind of enforced social commons.
This U.N. report gets us no closer, alas: all but its most modest proposals are unfeasible. We can educate people about gender violence or teach “digital citizenship” in schools, but persuading social networks to police everything their users post is next to impossible. And even if it weren’t, there are serious implications for innovation and speech: According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, CDA 230 — the law that exempts online intermediaries from this kind of policing — is basically what allowed modern social networks (and blogs, and comments, and forums, etc.) to come into being.
If we’re lucky, perhaps the Saudi religious police chief (yes, they have one) who went on a rampage against Twitter a couple of years ago, will be available to head up the project.
What a joke.
Isaiah 17:12 Listen! The armies of many nations roar like the roaring of the sea. Hear the thunder of the mighty forces as they rush forward like thundering waves. 13 But though they thunder like breakers on a beach, God will silence them, and they will run away. They will flee like chaff scattered by the wind, like a tumbleweed whirling before a storm. 14 In the evening Israel waits in terror, but by dawn its enemies are dead. This is the just reward of those who plunder us, a fitting end for those who destroy us.
Chinese Military Personnel, “Aerial Assets” Allegedly En Route To Syria.
On Wednesday evening, we suggested that Vladimir Putin’s explicit promise to go ahead with airstrikes against terrorist targets in Syria with or without the help of the US effectively marks the end of Washington’s years-old effort to destabilize and ultimately remove the Assad regime.
The Kremlin’s pronouncement came just a day after the mainstream media began reporting that Moscow and Tehran are coordinating their efforts on the ground (something which should come as no surprise to anyone) meaning any Sunni extremists and/or CIA-trained “freedom fighters” intent on seizing control of the country will now need to go through Russia and Iran, with the latter now seemingly willing to make the badly kept secret of its military support for Assad no secret at all.
Of course the thing about irreparably bad situations is that although they cannot, by definition, get better, they can always get worse and for the US in Syria, that would mean China showing up. Beijing has made a concerted effort this year to project the growing power and influence of the PLA navy. That effort has so far involved an unprecedented land reclamation effort in the Spratlys, a “rescue” operation in the Yemeni port of Aden, and a surprise appearance off the coast of Alaska.
(a Chinese soldier in Yemen on March 29)
Given that, and given what we know about Beijing’s support for Moscow and Tehran, the following from pro-Assad Al-Masdar news shouldn’t come as a complete surprise:
The recent arrival of the Russian Marines and Air Force to the Syrian port-city of Tartous has generated a significant amount of interest around the world, as the possibility of Russia’s direct military intervention becomes the focal point of the war on ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham).
Should the Russians begin military operations in Syria, what role with the U.S. led “Anti-ISIS Coalition” play in combatting the terrorist group? Will they coordinate with one another? Will they avoid one another?
Russia seems poised to take a similar approach to the U.S. led Coalition; however, they are not seeking the assistance of the neighboring Arab countries to combat the terrorist group.
Instead, the Russians appear to have a contingency that involves another world power that was absent from the U.S. led Anti-ISIS Coalition: China.
On Tuesday morning, a Chinese naval vessel reportedly traveled through Egypt’s Suez Canal to enter the Mediterranean Sea; its destination was not confirmed.
However, according to a senior officer in the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) that is stationed inside the Syrian coastal city of Latakia, Chinese military personnel and aerial assets are scheduled to arrive in the coming weeks (6 weeks) to the port-city of Tartous – he could not provide anymore detail.
This comes two years after China warned that turmoil in Syria could have negative implications for the global economy and 18 months after Beijing, along with Moscow, used their security council vetoes to undercut a UN resolution calling for the crisis in Syria to be referred to the Hague. Here’s what China had to say at the May 22, 2014 meeting:
Mr. Wang Min (China) (spoke in Chinese): For over three years, the escalation of the conflict in Syria has inflicted deep suffering on the Syrian people and posed a serious challenge to the countries of the region and the international community. China has always maintained that all parties in Syria should respect human rights and international humanitarian law and prevent innocent people from being harmed during the conflict. China is firmly opposed to all violations of international humanitarian law or serious violations of human rights committed by all parties to the conflict in Syria. However, with regard to draft resolution S/2014/348, on which the Council voted earlier, China has some serious reservations. First, China believes that any action to seek recourse to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to prosecute the perpetrators of serious violations should be conducted on the basis of respect for State judicial sovereignty and the principle of complementarity. China is not a State party to the Rome Statute. China always has reservations concerning the referral by the Security Council of particular country situations to the ICC. This is our principled position.
Secondly, efforts to seek a political settlement to the question of Syria are encountering difficulties. The international community must shore up its confidence, remain patient and be steadfastly committed to the overall direction of the political settlement. What is most urgently needed now is to urge the Government of Syria and the opposition to immediately implement a ceasefire and put an end to the violence in order to start a third round of negotiations in Geneva so as to advance the political process and embark on a political transition. In the current circumstances, to forcibly refer the situation in Syria to the ICC is not conducive either to building trust among all parties in Syria or to an early resumption of the negotiations in Geneva. It will only jeopardize the efforts made by the international community to push for a political settlement.
Thirdly, for some time now, the Security Council has maintained unity and coordination on the question of Syria, thanks to efforts by Council members, including China, to accommodate the major concerns of all parties. At a time when seriously diverging views exist among the parties concerning the draft resolution, we believe that the Council should continue holding consultations, rather than forcing a vote on the draft resolution, in order to avoid undermining Council unity or obstructing coordination and cooperation on questions such as Syria and other major serious issues. Regrettably, China’s approach has not been taken on board; China therefore voted against the draft resolution.
Yes, “regrettably China’s approach has not been taken on board” and so, more than a year later that approach might have just shifted to a strategy that involves direct military intervention on behalf of Assad.
From USAToday. (Is this the start of false signs and wonders?)
Lynn Cassidy has no other words to explain what happened to her 3-month-old daughter Ave. Ave was born with Down syndrome, eye problems and hearing complications. Most concerning were the two holes in her heart.
“It seems like it was really meant to happen,” Lynn said. “And it’s as close to a miracle as we’ll ever see, I’m sure.”
In Easter of 2014, the family planned a Rome trip to see Pope Francis in person during the canonization of John Paul II and John XXIII.
“It was raining,” Lynn said. “We were told that if we stood on a barricade in St. Peter’s Square, the metal fences in front, the Pope would come by in his ‘Pope’-mobile.”
The Cassidy family waited for hours at the barricade. When the motorcade turned into the square, Lynn’s husband Scott held Ave up in the air.
“It was like the Lion King,” Lynn said. “The secret service person, Johnny, stopped and took her from Scott and held her up to the Pope. The Pope asked my husband, ‘How old is she? What’s her name?’ He told (the Pope) she has two holes in her heart. When we got home in May, we went back to the cardiologist for a check-up. One of the holes was completely closed and one was half the size.”
A portrait of Pope Francis kissing Ave hangs in the Cassidy’s hallway.
A snapshot of the divine moment hangs on the family’s wall. The Pope’s hand over Ave’s heart as he blessed the child. Lynn said the story may be incredible timing, but she believes it’s divine intervention.
“I mean it’s possible that it closes just over time,” she said. “But when you see the picture that the professional photographer took, his hand is here and he’s a servant of God.”
Ave is happy and healthy at twenty months. She underwent two eye surgeries and also received two hearing aids. Her heart is healthy and her smile is contagious.
It appears Step 1 is almost complete.
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On Thursday evening, we detailed a Reuters report which suggested that the influx of Russian technical and logistical support to Bashar al-Assad’s depleted army at Latakia might have breathed new life into the regime as it seeks to rout Islamic State and a whole host of other armed groups fighting for control of Syria. “Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said on Thursday Russia had provided new weapons and trained Syrian troops how to use them,” Reuters said, before describing what certainly sounds like an invigorated air campaign against the de facto ISIS capital at Raqqa.
Importantly, al-Moualem also indicated that Syria would be willing to make an official request for Russian combat troops “if needed.”
Now clearly, it seems likely that Russian troops have already joined the battle and indeed, when the bullets start flying, the distinction between “logistical” support and “combat” support quickly becomes blurred, but through all the sabre rattling and back-and-forth banter between Kerry and Lavrov, both sides are still keen to at least pay lip service to the unwritten rules of international diplomacy which is why before Russia can admit that its troops are actually on the ground to fight, they’ll be a charade where Syria will pretend to be raising the issue with the Kremlin for the first time at which point the Kremlin will take a few days to “consider” things. As of Friday, it appears as though that process has begun. Here’s Bloomberg:
Russia said it’s willing to consider sending troops into combat operations in Syria if President Bashar al-Assad’s government requests assistance.
While the possibility is hypothetical now, “if there is a request, it will be discussed as part of bilateral contacts,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call on Friday. “Of course it will be discussed and considered.”
The prospect of direct Russian involvement in the country’s civil war, in which more than 250,000 people have died since 2011, would mark a sharp escalation in President Vladimir Putin’s support for the embattled Assad government. The U.S. has accused Russia of increasing military aid to Syria in recent weeks by sending tanks, artillery and personnel, as well as setting up what the Pentagon says might be a forward airbase near the coastal city of Latakia. Syria also hosts Russia’s only naval facility outside the former Soviet Union at Tartus.
The possibility of troop involvement emerged before a visit to Moscow by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday for talks with Putin about Russia’s growing military involvement in Syria. Netanyahu “will present the threats posed to Israel as a result of the increased flow of advanced war material to the Syrian arena and the transfer of deadly weapons to Hezbollah and other terror organizations,” the Israeli government said in an e-mailed statement on Wednesday.
To be sure, Netanyahu’s Russian visit comes at an interesting time. In the US, the last challenge to the Iran nuclear deal was defeated in the Senate on Thursday, paving the way for the agreement’s implementation. Needless to say, Netanyahu isn’t particularly pleased with The White House’s stance on Iran’s nuclear ambitions and US-Israeli relations have deteriorated markedly this year thanks in large part to the Iran deal. But the Israeli PM is also concerned that Russia’s move to reinforce Assad could have implications for Hezbollah, something Netanyahu and Putin will discuss on Monday. Here’s Reuters:
Western officials and a Russian source said last week that Russia was sending an advanced anti-aircraft missile system to Syria in support of Assad.
The Western officials said the SA-22 system would be operated by Russian troops. A U.S. official, who confirmed the information, said the system may be part of a Russian effort to bolster defences at an airfield near Latakia, an Assad stronghold.
Even if Russians operated the missiles and kept them out of the hands of the Syrian army, the arrival of such an advanced anti-aircraft system could unsettle Israel, which in the past has bombed sophisticated arms it suspected were being handed to Assad’s Lebanese guerrilla allies, Hezbollah.
Read more at ZeroHedge