I had several visions through 2018/19 of California Earth Quakes, which I have told people about, mostly in the Guidance Program. I prefer it that way, in order not to spook everybody with a ‘free-flying’ prediction of such which to me would be: Fear mongering.
Collective events such as this is very hard to pinpoint in time.
My conviction is that it is not possible (right now) to bring down those American entities who more or less rule our world now.
What I have told people is: Gaia will see to it, bringing The Powers that be, to the ground. Which makes me feel sad for my beloved American friends. But somethings gotta give in order to change this world and hit it where the tentacles of of great Ego wealth is focused.
A simple but valid point of view:
How the bloody Hell does America feel entitled to preach to other countries and hereby the people whom its starving out, like Venezuela and Cuba that are struggling to get food and basic commodities, WHEN America can’t even take care of its own. The deadly Water Fiasco in Flint, the Poverty in West Virginia and what have we.
It’s so bloody embarrassing.
Psychologically it is of course a deflection, fixing everybody else’s house while ignoring your own.
But the common folks should really ask: Why ‘clean up’ Iran and whatnot, when you can’t even take care of yourself, America. I’m sure you can – but you have no will to do so.
The streets of LA, not a stone throw away from the exorbitant wealth of Hollywood (maybe a cool task for the self-serving Hollywood and Silicon valley Elite, not giving a rats ass.)
Then we have what America is doing on a large geopolitical scale. Mind your own business.
Clean your own doorstep and fix your house America.
The explanation lies in the lack of self awareness and never mind the common folks – its just bad luck for them. They are free to go for the America dream, which has morphed into American Amnesia while the nation is strung out on Opioids, because it’s a pain in itself just to try to live there.
Gaia will heal, and when it does (could be now)- somethings gotta give.
Seen in the fabric of time – a minor inconvenience.
2019 Soren Dreier
3,000 earthquakes since July 4, and more big ones likely coming
Southern California could experience another sizable earthquake over the next week, seismologists said Saturday.
The U.S. Geological Survey has calculated a 27% probability the region will be hit by a magnitude 6 or greater quake in the coming days, according to Caltech seismologist Egill Hauksson.
“We’re likely to see maybe one or two of those in the next week,” he said at a news conference.
The USGS estimates that the probability of a magnitude 7 or greater earthquake hitting within the next week has fallen to 3%, down from 6% on Friday.
“That probability is over the next week, but it is mostly packed into the hours and days after the main shock,” Caltech seismologist Doug Given said.
In other words, the probability that we will experience another earthquake of magnitude 6 or higher is dropping by the minute, he said.
“Every minute that ticks by, it becomes less likely,” he said.
The heightened seismic activity comes in the aftermath of a 7.1 magnitude quake that hit near the town of Ridgecrest, about 125 miles northeast of Los Angeles, on Friday night. That was preceded by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in the same area the morning of the Fourth of July. Scientists are now calling that a foreshock.
Since the Fourth, Caltech seismologists have detected at least 3,000 smaller earthquakes.
Those include 340 earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 3, 52 with a magnitude greater than 4, and six with a magnitude greater than 5, Hauksson said Saturday.
In total, this earthquake sequence is expected to generate about 34,000 aftershocks with a magnitude 1 or greater over the next six months, he said.
This week’s earthquakes were the strongest to hit the area in 20 years. No deaths or major injuries have been reported, but homes and roadways were damaged, particularly in the Ridgecrest area.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has requested a presidential emergency declaration for the affected regions.
With the fear of more aftershocks, Jimmy and Jackie Roberts are taking no chances of staying in their home.
The couple was assembling a 20-foot-by-10-foor canopy at their home on Desert Candles Street. They last used the blue canopy at their wedding 10 years ago and plan to put a tent and air conditioner under it.