Thursday, July 25, 2013

Calm Before The Storm: Which North Pole Is Melting? Why Are Storms Surging Backward?

Over the last few weeks, world events have been typical—more akin to typically bad than good—however; world events have had no pattern. No recent world event, or series of events, clearly presents an end of the world scenario. Rumors of war are ever-increasing. Escalated rioting could begin at any time. Natural disasters are more frequent and more destructive. Our world financial system could free-fall at any minute. Yet, none of the recent world events link together into a discernible pattern.

There is enough uncertainty, that a trained eschatologist might doubt himself. I do doubt my research at times; however, I never doubt that the Messiah will return soon.
What puzzles me is that I don’t see a pattern…yet. Maybe by the time of the Jewish Fall Festivals we'll notice a pattern. I know that somebody is fomenting multiple revolutions. I know that Trayvon Martin's father was Illuminati. Is Illuminati-inspired revolution the pathway to a New World Order?

Here are a few updates in the mean time.

Trayvon Martin Sacrificed By Satanists? (I don't endorse anything on this site, other than the pictures of Trayvon's father in his Masonic Uniform.)

The North Pole Has Melted. Again.

The North Pole Has Melted. Again.
The Atlantic Wire by Eric Levenson
In what has now become an annual occurrence, the North Pole's ice has melted, turning the Earth's most northern point into a lake. Call it Lake North Pole. To be clear, the water surrounding the pole is not seawater seeping up from the ocean but melted icewater resting on top of a thinning layer of ice below the surface. "It’s a shallow lake. It’s a cold lake. But it is, actually, a lake," writes William Wolfe-Wylie of

That lake started to form on July 13 during a month of abnormally warm weather — temperatures were 1-3 degrees Celsius higher than average in the Arctic Ocean this month — and has come to stretch a significant distance, though not out of the camera's range. In addition, the water is likely to get worse over the coming week, as an expected Arctic cyclone's strong winds and rain will loosen the ice coverage even further.
My opinion: Where you expect to see frozen arctic tundra, there is now a lake. Something is causing the North Pole to melt. Is the cause Al Gore’s version of global warming, or is it cosmic warming? My contention is that the North Pole is shifting quickly, due to cosmic warming. We can’t control increasing CME’s (Coronal Mass Ejections) and aurora borealis, any more than we can change the temperature of Mars. Thus, we should see a lake forming at the North Pole, due to increased CME’s from the sun.
We can prove that the new North Pole is moving quickly. Could it's movement be linked to this new lake? I don't know.
Unusual Storm System Moving Backwards Across United States

An unusual storm system is over Oklahoma and Texas at this time, causing severe thunderstorms and much needed rainfall to the dry areas of both states.
A low pressure system that started in the Eastern United States has retrograded under a ridge of high pressure to the north over the last couple of days.  This system is moving from east to west, which is extremely unusual for this hemisphere.  We’ve seen these move east to west for a short period of time, but this one will make it to Southern California by the time it weakens.

The upper level system is known as an easterly wave, however I’d like to call it a super easterly wave based on the distance it is going to travel.  This particular system will have traveled from one side of the country to the other once it has stopped moving west, diving from there into Mexico, gathering up monsoonal moisture to be put into Nevada and Southern California later in the week into next week.

Rainfall estimations across parts of Central Texas could be over 2-4″ of rain, with more rain (above 6+” possible in parts of South-Central Texas.  Severe storms, including tornadoes, hail, and damaging winds will be possible from Texas, New Mexico, and parts of Arizona through the next few days.

Storms deliver triple digit winds, hail nearly 5 inches in diameter, street flooding

As sunrise brings fresh light to the aftermath of strong storms in southern Kansas from Tuesday night, authorities are beginning to assess the toll.

Hail as large as baseballs was reported in east Hutchinson, according to Reno County Emergency Management. Winds estimated as high as 100 miles an hour were reported in southern Reno County near Pretty Prairie. The town itself was hit hard by hail and strong winds, knocking down trees and blocking streets.

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