Catastrophic fire and rain: As McKinney blaze rages, floods and thousands of lightnings hit Northern California (videos and Pictures)

Are You Prepared For the Next Coming Disaster? In the Klamath National Forest in Northern California, where the McKinney Fire has killed four people, residents have been confronted by a raging inferno and flooding rain. Heavy rains helped slow the growth of the fire but triggered flooding in parts of the burned area. On Tuesday night, slow-moving severe thunderstorms unleashed downpours near the McKinney Fire, … Continue reading Catastrophic fire and rain: As McKinney blaze rages, floods and thousands of lightnings hit Northern California (videos and Pictures)

In just a week, wildfires burn 1 million acres in California

By DAISY NGUYEN and ADAM BEAM today SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Weary firefighters in California raced Saturday to slow the spread of wildfires that burned nearly one million acres statewide in a week and destroyed hundreds of homes ahead an expected weather change that could bring more lightning strikes like the ones that sparked many of the blazes. Responding to the emergency, President Donald Trump … Continue reading In just a week, wildfires burn 1 million acres in California

Biblical Floods Kill at Least 21 in Egypt and Israel

By Strange Sounds – Mar 14, 2020 Storms and floods of biblical proportions have engulfed Egypt, Israel and the Middle East for the second day in a row on Friday. The rare and unusually powerful surface cyclone and frontal system hit the Middle East on Thursday afternoon, delivering torrential rain, destructive winds, and sandstorms and killing at least 21. Apocalyptic flooding engulfs Egypt, Israel and … Continue reading Biblical Floods Kill at Least 21 in Egypt and Israel

There is so Much Snow in Iran Right Now That Farmers Have to Free Their Sheep Buried in Meters of Snow

By Strange Sounds – Feb 16, 2020 Some parts of Iran have received up to six meters of snow in the last few days. The unprecedented amounts of snow buried people, houses, cars and even herds of sheep in the northern parts of the country.   As already introduced lately, the province of Gilan in Iran was engulfed by an unprecedented snowstorm that buried towns, blocked highways and … Continue reading There is so Much Snow in Iran Right Now That Farmers Have to Free Their Sheep Buried in Meters of Snow

Extreme weather disasters could trigger the next recession

Feb 18, 2020 OPINION (ETH) – In case you haven’t noticed lately, we are witnessing unprecedented weather disasters around the world including the United States. Tornadoes, Historic flooding, Earthquakes, Fires, and the list goes on. When these disasters take place our first initial response is the safety of people and their well being. after all, material things can be replaced but lives cannot. Most people don’t … Continue reading Extreme weather disasters could trigger the next recession

Japan gov’t proposes Fukushima water release to sea or air

The Associated Press, Tokyo – Monday, 23 December 2019   Japan’s economy and industry ministry has proposed gradually releasing or allowing to evaporate massive amounts of treated but still radioactive water at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant. The proposal made Monday to a body of experts is the first time the ministry has narrowed down the options available to just releasing the water. It is … Continue reading Japan gov’t proposes Fukushima water release to sea or air

Plague of black beetles infest Anbar, Iraq and Saudi Arabia after severe flooding

Heavy storms continually recurred throughout Iraq during the period from 24-March to 2-April when severe weather finally eased, damaging buildings, homes, businesses and leaving thousands of people homeless. Similarly, tons of rain have flooded desertic Saudi Arabia over the two last weeks. While several villages and cities have been almost completely evacuated, some disgusting black beetles are infesting flooded regions, mostly in Anbar province, Iraq … Continue reading Plague of black beetles infest Anbar, Iraq and Saudi Arabia after severe flooding

The Really Big One: The next rupture of the Cascadia subduction zone will spell the worst natural disaster in the history of the continent

An earthquake will destroy a sizable portion of the coastal Northwest. The question is when. And keep in mind: The next full-margin rupture of the Cascadia subduction zone will spell the worst natural disaster in the history of the continent. When the 2011 earthquake and tsunami struck Tohoku, Japan, Chris Goldfinger was two hundred miles away, in the city of Kashiwa, at an international meeting on … Continue reading The Really Big One: The next rupture of the Cascadia subduction zone will spell the worst natural disaster in the history of the continent

SAN ANDREAS FAULT: TECTONIC TREMOR DETECTED DEEP BENEATH EARTH’S SURFACE RAISES RISK OF MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE

America’s most famous fault line, the San Andreas, is known for its frequent earthquakes, but one part of the system, the San Jacinto Fault zone, in inland Southern California, has been surprisingly quiet for the last 200 years. Now new research has detected small tremors deep under the fault system, suggesting it’s not as calm as we once thought and may be ready to release … Continue reading SAN ANDREAS FAULT: TECTONIC TREMOR DETECTED DEEP BENEATH EARTH’S SURFACE RAISES RISK OF MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE

Brace For A Slushy Commute In The Twin Cities, Blizzard Conditions Far North

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesotans are bracing for the season’s first snow, which will fall during Friday morning’s commute in the Twin Cities and leave some communities up north with up to eight inches of snow. The wintry weather blasted into northwestern Minnesota around noontime Thursday on the back of strong winds. The storm system is expected to move south overnight and settle over the metro area around 5 a.m. Those … Continue reading Brace For A Slushy Commute In The Twin Cities, Blizzard Conditions Far North

Typhoon Lan leaves flooding, four dead in Japan before moving out to sea

A rapidly weakening typhoon Lan made landfall in Japan on Monday, setting off landslides and flooding that prompted evacuation orders for tens of thousands of people, but then headed out to sea after largely sparing the capital, Tokyo. A collapsed road is seen following torrential rain caused by typhoon Lan in Kishiwada, Japan in this photo taken by Kyodo on October 23, 2017. Mandatory credit … Continue reading Typhoon Lan leaves flooding, four dead in Japan before moving out to sea

Canary Islands on alert as magma seen moving in La Palma volcano

LA Palma volcano’s red-hot magma has risen after its recent flurry of earthquakes causing the ground on the Canary Islands to “significantly” rise above ground level, experts said. Volcano experts discovered the ground in the area surrounding local hotel Teneguia Princess hotel has risen by about 1cm to the south and 3.5cm upwards over the past year, according to GPS sensors regulating ground deformation. The … Continue reading Canary Islands on alert as magma seen moving in La Palma volcano

ONE FOR THE (BIBLE PROPHECY) BOOKS!

From our brethren and watchmen at Unsealed.org, we bring you a prophecy timeline and update.  May the comfort be found in knowing His coming is near. The sky turned red over the U.K. as Ophelia made landfall The record-breaking Fall 2017 natural disasters continue in force as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia strike Ireland and the U.K., bringing with it hurricane-force gusts.  Several people have … Continue reading ONE FOR THE (BIBLE PROPHECY) BOOKS!

Yellowstone supervolcano may blow sooner than thought

Scientists working in and around Yellowstone National Park are trying to answer a big question about the mammoth supervolcano sitting under the tourist attraction. Researchers from Arizona State University analyzed minerals in fossilized ash from the most recent mega-eruption. Changes in temperature and composition that had previously taken centuries to form were now happening in the span of decades, according to National Geographic. The discovery, which was presented at … Continue reading Yellowstone supervolcano may blow sooner than thought

Dazed Californians brace for more ‘extreme fire behavior’ as death toll rises to 35

Firefighters are facing dry and windy conditions as they battle California’s deadliest wildfires that authorities say have killed at least 35 people, left hundreds missing and devastated entire neighborhoods in California. Intensified by strong winds and low humidity, the 17 wildfires have charred more than 221,754 acres of land, forced more than 20,000 residents to evacuate and damaged or destroyed at least 5,700 homes and … Continue reading Dazed Californians brace for more ‘extreme fire behavior’ as death toll rises to 35

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, September 23, 2017

How is our societal programming affecting our sense of reason? Why don’t the facts matter in so many cases and with so many people? Countries all over the globe are maneuvering and preparing for the coming overturning of the reality we have known. An increasing number of countries are finally disconnecting from the US petrodollar, they have had enough of supporting the primary global empire of America. … Continue reading Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, September 23, 2017

‘Be Ready’: Famed Evangelist Warns of ‘Biblical Signs Before Christ’s Return’ Amid Wildfires, Violent Hurricanes and Earthquakes

With natural disasters raging across America, Franklin Graham, son of famed evangelist Billy Graham, is warning Christians to “be ready” for Jesus’ return, as the CEO of Samaritan’s Purse shared a plethora of Bible verses about the biblical end times. “Wildfires raging on the West Coast. Violent hurricanes, one after the other, ravaging everything in their paths, with one of the worst — Irma — … Continue reading ‘Be Ready’: Famed Evangelist Warns of ‘Biblical Signs Before Christ’s Return’ Amid Wildfires, Violent Hurricanes and Earthquakes

Signs in Nature All Around The World | New Video September 17, 2017

And as some were saying of the temple that it was decorated with handsome (shapely and magnificent) stones and consecrated offerings [a]”>[a]laid up to be kept], He said, As for all this that you [thoughtfully] look at, the time will come when there shall not be left here one stone upon another that will not be thrown down. And they asked Him, Teacher, when will … Continue reading Signs in Nature All Around The World | New Video September 17, 2017

Nearly 3-mile wide asteroid to pass close by Earth Sept. 1

A large rock will fly past Earth on Sept. 1, 2017, at a distance of 4.4 million miles (7 million kilometers). Asteroid 3122 Florence, named after modern nursing founder Florence Nightingale, is the largest object to make a close-encounter since NASA began tracking near-Earth objects (NEO) in the 1990s. “While many known asteroids have passed by closer to Earth than Florence will on Sept. 1, all of those were estimated to be smaller,” said … Continue reading Nearly 3-mile wide asteroid to pass close by Earth Sept. 1

Hurricane Harvey proves again why it is foolish if you don’t become a prepper

(Natural News) In the days leading up to Hurricane Harvey, Texans in the storm’s path were warned to evacuate or, if they were going to chose to remain in their homes and shelter in place instead, to at least do authorities a favor and write their names and Social Security numbers in Sharpie on their forearms — so their bodies could be identified later. There is … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey proves again why it is foolish if you don’t become a prepper

Tropical Storm Irma to strengthen, track across Atlantic this week; Will it affect the US?

While the Gulf Coast continues to deal with the devastating impacts of Harvey, emergency managers in the United States have another tropical threat to monitor by the name of Irma. Far across the Atlantic, just west of the Cabo Verde Islands, an area of thunderstorms has developed enough circulation to gather tropical storm status and the name, Irma. “There is the potential to ramp up … Continue reading Tropical Storm Irma to strengthen, track across Atlantic this week; Will it affect the US?

In Four Hours, Houston Supermarkets were totally SOLD OUT; Those who didn’t get food – CAN’T – – – – Will this be YOU when the Economic Collapse or Civil War Happens?

Are You Prepared for Any Kind of Disaster? The people in Houston weren’t.  Hal Turner Commentary: “The masses are asses”  is a quote attributed to Alexander Hamilton.  He was speaking about majority voting versus an Electoral College, but the sentiment was evident in Texas over the past 48 hours.  Despite days and days of warning, people waited to the last minute to do what they NEEDED so … Continue reading In Four Hours, Houston Supermarkets were totally SOLD OUT; Those who didn’t get food – CAN’T – – – – Will this be YOU when the Economic Collapse or Civil War Happens?

Being Prepared For Another Nor’easter – Are You Ready For A Possible Storm This Week – November 19 – 22, 2012?

It has been predicted that a possible Nor’easter might hit the storm ravaged Northeast this week, Nov 19th – 22nd.  As we know about weather forcasts, they are not always accurate;  but, one thing for sure, being prepared for any disaster – man made or natural – is a certain means of survival for oneself, their loved ones and their pets.   Should a severe … Continue reading Being Prepared For Another Nor’easter – Are You Ready For A Possible Storm This Week – November 19 – 22, 2012?

Are We Ready For The Next Middle East War?

  Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” And Jesus answered and said to them: “Take heed that no one deceives you.  For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many. … Continue reading Are We Ready For The Next Middle East War?