The signs of the times are all around us. Many things are happening that seem to indicate that the world as we now know it is undergoing rapid change. There isn’t a day that goes by without the media reporting a sizable earthquake of increasing magnitude, the sudden appearance of a gaping sinkhole, or some mass animal die-off that enviro-researchers are at a loss to fully explain. Reports of volcanic eruptions, increased meteorite and fireball sightings, strange noises in the skies, loud earth-shattering booms, and the unexplainable shaking of the ground from deep within the earth are being seen, witnessed, felt, and heard in every corner of the world.
As a result of extreme heat and the marked rise of unbearably hot temperatures, wildfires are burning out of control across the parched earth of arid-dry forestland. Combined with a lack of significant rainfall and precipitation, the intense heat has contributed to the receding of water levels within many lakes and rivers. The combination of increased heat and lack of rain has contributed to the drought of dust bowl-like conditions in many areas of the world, creating gigantic earth cracks, erupting land fissures, and forming huge walls of blinding sand that result in dust storms called, ‘haboobs.’
Setting historical precedent by surpassing previous records related to global weather patterns, 2012 has been a highly volatile year for the manifestation of extreme weather events. Shifting weather patterns in this age of global warming and climate change have brought about the occurrence of bizarre hailstorms, freak snowfalls, and the assorted tsunami, hurricane, typhoon, and tornado of anomalous intensity.
Many a school of geo-scientific thought has espoused that the earth is warming up. We are hearing reports of accelerated permafrost melt which brings about the undulate buckling of land, and the release of previously trapped methane gases. Unprecedented ice melt at the arctic poles has resulted in the breaking up of enormous ice sheets, and current climate models suggest that we could experience a significant and measurable rise in oceanic sea levels throughout the globe.
With increased solar flare activity believed to be behind some of the weird weather activity we have been experiencing, there are indications that The Sun’s interface with the central Core of Planet Earth may be at the heart of the matter, contributing to the expansion and contraction of earth’s planetary body, and ultimately wreaking havoc on global weather systems the world over. If that is indeed the case, the question then becomes, “What is it that could be responsible for ‘perturbing’ The Sun, and just about everything else within the universal realm of the solar system?”
The Wildfire of Orbital E.
"The Primordial Chaos of Nether hath declared its’ number,
and the Eight-Ball of its’ Yin & Yan = “13:23:33”...
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