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061613 0520
This shows 2 quakes.

When you go to this site
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It shows a 5.0 Off Shore of Veracruz. That is the opposite side of the 5.8 in GUERRERO, Mexico, yet not showing on
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Just after 05:20

5.8
DateTime: 2013-06-16 00:19:01
Region: Guerrero, Mexico
Depth: 53.8
Source: USGS Feed
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First there was the 6.6 off coast of Nicaragua. Now the 5.8-6.1 in Guerrero Mexico. Just 4 minutes after the Mexico quake there was a small 2.6 in Southern California. Hope this doesn't mean a larger quake will hit Calif.

2.6
DateTime: 2013-06-16 00:23:37
Region: Southern California
Depth: 30.5
Source: USGS Feed
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I bet this is the better size
6
DateTime: 2013-06-16 00:18:59
Region: Guerrero, Mexico.
Depth: 10
Source: GeoScience Australia
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Good Morning FOG,

Happy Father's Day to all the fathers on this thread!

hugs


Astral Traveler has not posted a new video for today yet.

Yesterday my daughter had her horse back riding gig and I was sitting with my back to the sun, however, I now have a sunburn on the front of my body, only the front, nothing on the back. How does that happen!?
It looks like the sun bounced off the dirt and burned only the front of me. Strange I say.

Shine Brightly!!


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Thought some you might enjoy this, it is from another astrologer I follow. She post daily instead of weekly for those interested.

Lots of healing coming down the road now. Feels very timely to me, clear the clutter for the new.

Much Love



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16th June – 14th November 2013 (GMT): Chiron Retrograde

by SarahVarcas on 16/06/2013


Chiron is widely known to correspond with the notion of the Wounded Healer. In its archetypal energy we meet that part of us which seems forever in pain, and yet which simultaneously enables us to reach out to others in their suffering. Thus Chiron carries rulership over self-help groups, peer support services and any experience of suffering which reflects this relationship between the wounded and healing aspects of an individual.

This current retrograde passage of Chiron points specifically towards the ego’s role in this process and presents us with a challenge: can we recognise the healing gifts inherent in our wound whilst releasing its hold over us and allowing it to fade into the distance, no longer making it the centre of our identity? It can be easier said than done. When in a process of healing we often pass through a stage in which we need to claim and own our past experience in order to engage consciously with it, accept its presence in our life and then, with healing intent, begin to work through the constrictions it has placed around and within us. This stage can be absolutely vital to our future healing and wholeness, especially when working through issues that have caused us deep shame and humiliation. We must fully acknowledge the past in order to focus our energies upon healing in the present and creating a more positive and life-affirming future. But it is equally vital that we know when this stage has passed: when we can let go of identities rooted in past trauma and pain, in order to shift from surviving to thriving and from healing into wholeness.

Whilst the majority of us would claim to want freedom from suffering and liberation from painful conditions in our lives, our behaviour often gives the opposite impression! Despite our protestations to the contrary we may actually be very comfortable in our little world of victimhood or self-denigration, in which other people or past events are blamed for our pain or we live marinating in guilt and self-loathing, seeing ourselves as forever struggling against conditions that we can neither influence nor eradicate. In a strange kind of way our wound gives our life meaning. We identify with it so completely that it becomes the core of who we are, defining our world, dictating our life path and casting its shadow upon every possibility of change. It becomes our reason for being who we are, and who we are is someone with a wound, always trying to heal but never quite getting there…

In the coming months of Chiron’s retrograde passage, we have an opportunity to step out of this habit and see our lives and the world around us through fresh eyes. We have the opportunity to actually heal, not just say that’s what we’re doing and then never quite completing the process. This is a wonderful opportunity to finally let go of the things that have torn us up inside, left us full of fear, resentment, rage, grief. Not in a naively dismissive ‘Polly-Anna’ way, but in a powerful, insightful way that recognises the truth of what we do and do not need in our lives from this point onward. It is a challenging path and one that we must walk in full consciousness, bearing witness to the changes we make and letting go with full awareness, the conditions, experiences and people that have kept us in a diminished state no matter how significant they have been in our lives.

Chiron also has a certain maverick quality to it. It will buck a trend when necessary and stand out alone to honour its own truth, no matter what others may think of this decision. This aspect of Chiron in our psyche comes into its own now, enabling us to move away, if we need to, from connections we have forged as a result of identifying with our wounds. It can be difficult to let go and redefine ourselves in an environment that has grown out of our former identification with pain and struggle. Sometimes we have to move away physically in order to move on personally, emotionally and spiritually. Thus we can appear to be a maverick to others, posing what may be perceived as a threat or judgement to them. In the coming months we may see ourselves and those around us needing to do this very thing, and the best we can do is support their (and our) decision, allowing it to happen. There is no merit in clinging to an old definition of ourselves when a new and more liberating one calls, and we have no right to impose this upon anyone else either.

There are challenges ahead during this Chiron retrograde cycle, but they are healing challenges and the better able we are to respond to them the more healing we will experience. Come November, when it turns direct once more, we could well have let go enormous burdens, some of which we may not even have realised we were carrying. And in doing so we will open up new possibilities for who we can be in the future, free of old wounds and painful pasts that no longer speak of who we are today.

Let the healing and liberation commence…

Love to everyone.
Sarah Varcas
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Very interesting. I will try to check it out tomorrow. Went to see Superman-Man of Steel this afternoon. Had a headache before going and just worse when we got home. Wasn't even that good of a movie!!

I do think the earth shifted on its axis a whole lot more than tp tb will ever let us know. After talking to my genus cousin - yes he really is a smarty pants with an IQ over 160 something - he and his buddies showed me how they figured it out using star charting and a navigation instrument. Their math abilities were way beyond me but I was able to follow just about everything else.

It was amazing to watch these guys work at my aunt's kitchen table. Only one of them was an actual astrophysicist and he talked pure gibberish! I think he was trying to show off because I caught the other guys rolling their eyes at him when they didn't think I was looking.

When I told them about many people mentioning that their gardening seemed to be more like southern NM instead of northern Colorado, they were all over it. One went home to get a world globe and by the time they were done - about 3am - it looked something like the image I posted above only not as sideways.

New Mexico is so dry and has been since all the major quaking occurred. Think of it being more like Mexico. I don't know if they are right but it did make sense. So many of us have noticed the sun doesn't rise and set in the same locations as it used to on say June 1st. We all know it moved around during the year and are smart enough to know the difference.
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I totally agree WA. For one thing, when driving through town, where I grew up, I have NEVER seen the sun in the position (to the right of a telephone pole at top of hill in center of town) it is in this June, never!! I've been driving these streets for almost 40 years, you get to know where things are and when, seasonally.

Secondly, my chair on my back porch is in same spot for 5 years. I prop my feet up on a footstooland sit out there every day, all summer. Every other year, I would be in full sun by 1:00 pm at this time of year. This year........only my feet/ankles are in the sun. To me though, in thinking about it, it seems more like the nature of time has changed as much as it is about the earth's tilt and or pole shifts, or possibly, the whole galaxy has shifted its position.
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Isis, can you pretty please go in a little deeper on your statement "it seems more like the nature of time has changed". I'm in agreements with everyone on the movements based on sun coming in windows its never been before, etc., but the "Time" statement has me tweaking.

Happy Fathers Day to all, hope the sun is shining no matter where you are! Peace Out!
peace
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Happy Pop's Day to all the Daddy's on here. Also, to all the Mom's who have to play both roles for their kiddos.
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Thought some you might enjoy this, it is from another astrologer I follow. She post daily instead of weekly for those interested.

Lots of healing coming down the road now. Feels very timely to me, clear the clutter for the new.

Much Love



[link to astro-awakenings.co.uk]


16th June – 14th November 2013 (GMT): Chiron Retrograde

by SarahVarcas on 16/06/2013


Chiron is widely known to correspond with the notion of the Wounded Healer. In its archetypal energy we meet that part of us which seems forever in pain, and yet which simultaneously enables us to reach out to others in their suffering. Thus Chiron carries rulership over self-help groups, peer support services and any experience of suffering which reflects this relationship between the wounded and healing aspects of an individual.

This current retrograde passage of Chiron points specifically towards the ego’s role in this process and presents us with a challenge: can we recognise the healing gifts inherent in our wound whilst releasing its hold over us and allowing it to fade into the distance, no longer making it the centre of our identity? It can be easier said than done. When in a process of healing we often pass through a stage in which we need to claim and own our past experience in order to engage consciously with it, accept its presence in our life and then, with healing intent, begin to work through the constrictions it has placed around and within us. This stage can be absolutely vital to our future healing and wholeness, especially when working through issues that have caused us deep shame and humiliation. We must fully acknowledge the past in order to focus our energies upon healing in the present and creating a more positive and life-affirming future. But it is equally vital that we know when this stage has passed: when we can let go of identities rooted in past trauma and pain, in order to shift from surviving to thriving and from healing into wholeness.

Whilst the majority of us would claim to want freedom from suffering and liberation from painful conditions in our lives, our behaviour often gives the opposite impression! Despite our protestations to the contrary we may actually be very comfortable in our little world of victimhood or self-denigration, in which other people or past events are blamed for our pain or we live marinating in guilt and self-loathing, seeing ourselves as forever struggling against conditions that we can neither influence nor eradicate. In a strange kind of way our wound gives our life meaning. We identify with it so completely that it becomes the core of who we are, defining our world, dictating our life path and casting its shadow upon every possibility of change. It becomes our reason for being who we are, and who we are is someone with a wound, always trying to heal but never quite getting there…

In the coming months of Chiron’s retrograde passage, we have an opportunity to step out of this habit and see our lives and the world around us through fresh eyes. We have the opportunity to actually heal, not just say that’s what we’re doing and then never quite completing the process. This is a wonderful opportunity to finally let go of the things that have torn us up inside, left us full of fear, resentment, rage, grief. Not in a naively dismissive ‘Polly-Anna’ way, but in a powerful, insightful way that recognises the truth of what we do and do not need in our lives from this point onward. It is a challenging path and one that we must walk in full consciousness, bearing witness to the changes we make and letting go with full awareness, the conditions, experiences and people that have kept us in a diminished state no matter how significant they have been in our lives.

Chiron also has a certain maverick quality to it. It will buck a trend when necessary and stand out alone to honour its own truth, no matter what others may think of this decision. This aspect of Chiron in our psyche comes into its own now, enabling us to move away, if we need to, from connections we have forged as a result of identifying with our wounds. It can be difficult to let go and redefine ourselves in an environment that has grown out of our former identification with pain and struggle. Sometimes we have to move away physically in order to move on personally, emotionally and spiritually. Thus we can appear to be a maverick to others, posing what may be perceived as a threat or judgement to them. In the coming months we may see ourselves and those around us needing to do this very thing, and the best we can do is support their (and our) decision, allowing it to happen. There is no merit in clinging to an old definition of ourselves when a new and more liberating one calls, and we have no right to impose this upon anyone else either.

There are challenges ahead during this Chiron retrograde cycle, but they are healing challenges and the better able we are to respond to them the more healing we will experience. Come November, when it turns direct once more, we could well have let go enormous burdens, some of which we may not even have realised we were carrying. And in doing so we will open up new possibilities for who we can be in the future, free of old wounds and painful pasts that no longer speak of who we are today.

Let the healing and liberation commence…

Love to everyone.
Sarah Varcas
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


Excellent post Tink! Loved it, resonates very much with me. Also brings to mind something I read on my lightworkers site. Karen Doonan did a blog that spoke about how we are moving out of Karma bound experiences (those based in contrast/conflict) that push us grow to Soul Family experiences where we are drawn to experiences due to similar/harmonious frequency where we will thrive.
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Very interesting. I will try to check it out tomorrow. Went to see Superman-Man of Steel this afternoon. Had a headache before going and just worse when we got home. Wasn't even that good of a movie!!

I do think the earth shifted on its axis a whole lot more than tp tb will ever let us know. After talking to my genus cousin - yes he really is a smarty pants with an IQ over 160 something - he and his buddies showed me how they figured it out using star charting and a navigation instrument. Their math abilities were way beyond me but I was able to follow just about everything else.

It was amazing to watch these guys work at my aunt's kitchen table. Only one of them was an actual astrophysicist and he talked pure gibberish! I think he was trying to show off because I caught the other guys rolling their eyes at him when they didn't think I was looking.

When I told them about many people mentioning that their gardening seemed to be more like southern NM instead of northern Colorado, they were all over it. One went home to get a world globe and by the time they were done - about 3am - it looked something like the image I posted above only not as sideways.

New Mexico is so dry and has been since all the major quaking occurred. Think of it being more like Mexico. I don't know if they are right but it did make sense. So many of us have noticed the sun doesn't rise and set in the same locations as it used to on say June 1st. We all know it moved around during the year and are smart enough to know the difference.
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I totally agree WA. For one thing, when driving through town, where I grew up, I have NEVER seen the sun in the position (to the right of a telephone pole at top of hill in center of town) it is in this June, never!! I've been driving these streets for almost 40 years, you get to know where things are and when, seasonally.

Secondly, my chair on my back porch is in same spot for 5 years. I prop my feet up on a footstooland sit out there every day, all summer. Every other year, I would be in full sun by 1:00 pm at this time of year. This year........only my feet/ankles are in the sun. To me though, in thinking about it, it seems more like the nature of time has changed as much as it is about the earth's tilt and or pole shifts, or possibly, the whole galaxy has shifted its position.
 Quoting: Isis One


Isis, can you pretty please go in a little deeper on your statement "it seems more like the nature of time has changed". I'm in agreements with everyone on the movements based on sun coming in windows its never been before, etc., but the "Time" statement has me tweaking.

Happy Fathers Day to all, hope the sun is shining no matter where you are! Peace Out!
peace
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Hi Fried Green! I don't have anything too specific, just that I was reading recently some stuff about how certain mysterious particles seem to be traveling to earth faster than the speed of light. So that made me think our ability to perceive whats going on around us is expanding. Also, combine that with my hunch that we are reverse aging (we age only because we think we are supposed to age). So if the space-time continuum as we currently perceive it is ascending, our perception of time will enlarge/expand, such that time travel will become common place, not like in movies where you go back and change something and it alters the collective future, but more of a digital hologram reality in which every permutation of every possibility exists simultaneously. So with the change in the placement of the sun we may be experiencing the preliminary stages of wormhole travel back and forth between timelines. What do you think?
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hi Morning All!
Happy Father's Day to all the great men of F.O.G. hugs
Hope your day is joyful in every way.
Much Love to All hf
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Here's a pretty cool article about time was written in 2009 but it has been up-dated a few times

Time Is Speeding Up : Everything Is Changing ... 2012 !
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Scientists discovered many years ago that the earth gives off a pulse. This pulse or frequency which has been likened to a heartbeat has been stable at approximately 7.8 cycles per second for thousands of years. However, since around the year 1980 the earth’s heartbeat began to speed up. It has currently been measured at 12 cycles per second but the most incredible thing is some scientists believe the earth will actually stop rotating when this pulse reaches 13 cycles per second. When the earth stops rotating on its axis it is believed that it will remain still for around 3 days and then start spinning in the other direction.
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Chemical, used by Monsanto, found in urine of Europeans - study
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Revealed: a lost city and a holy temple

Lindsay Murdoch
South-East Asia correspondent for Fairfax Media

A mist-covered mountain in Cambodia gives up its treasure, writes Lindsay Murdoch.
Scratched and exhausted, Damian Evans pushed through dense jungle into a clearing where mountain villagers long ago attempted to grow rice, stepping on to a weed-covered mound.
''Bingo,'' the Australian archaeologist said as he picked up and examined an ancient sandstone block.
It is hard for the Khmers to think about history when they have empty stomachs.

''This is a collapsed temple that was part of a bustling civilization that existed 1200 years ago … It looks like the looters were unaware it was here.''


Great story, pics and videos
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"The Great Attractor" --Is Something is Pulling Our Region of the Universe Towards a Colossal Unseen Mass?
A busy patch of space has been captured in the image below from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Scattered with many nearby stars, the field also has numerous galaxies in the background. Located on the border of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) and Norma (The Carpenter’s Square), this field covers part of the Norma Cluster (Abell 3627) as well as a dense area of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

The Norma Cluster is the closest massive galaxy cluster to the Milky Way, and lies about 220 million light-years away. The enormous mass concentrated here, and the consequent gravitational attraction, mean that this region of space is known to astronomers as the Great Attractor, and it dominates our region of the Universe.
Recent evidence from the European Space Agency's Atacama Desert telescopes in Chile appears to contradict the "great attractor" theory. Astronomers have theorized for years that something unknown appears to be pulling our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

A huge volume of space that includes the Milky Way and super-clusters of galaxies is flowing towards a mysterious, gigantic unseen mass named mass astronomers have dubbed "The Great Attractor," some 250 million light years from our Solar System.

The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies are the dominant structures in a galaxy cluster called the Local Group which is, in turn, an outlying member of the Virgo supercluster. Andromeda--about 2.2 million light-years from the Milky Way--is speeding toward our galaxy at 200,000 miles per hour.

This motion can only be accounted for by gravitational attraction, even though the mass that we can observe is not nearly great enough to exert that kind of pull. The only thing that could explain the movement of Andromeda is the gravitational pull of a lot of unseen mass--perhaps the equivalent of 10 Milky Way-size galaxies--lying between the two galaxies.

Meanwhile, our entire Local Group is hurtling toward the center of the Virgo Cluster (image above) at one million miles per hour.
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Here's a pretty cool article about time was written in 2009 but it has been up-dated a few times

Time Is Speeding Up : Everything Is Changing ... 2012 !
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Scientists discovered many years ago that the earth gives off a pulse. This pulse or frequency which has been likened to a heartbeat has been stable at approximately 7.8 cycles per second for thousands of years. However, since around the year 1980 the earth’s heartbeat began to speed up. It has currently been measured at 12 cycles per second but the most incredible thing is some scientists believe the earth will actually stop rotating when this pulse reaches 13 cycles per second. When the earth stops rotating on its axis it is believed that it will remain still for around 3 days and then start spinning in the other direction.
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Very interesting, so then timetravel-wise we may be getting snippets of future earth and the sun's position in That rotation, so cool.
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6/16/2013 — Oklahoma 3.2M Earthquake inside large Fracking / Injection well operation
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Here's a pretty cool article about time was written in 2009 but it has been up-dated a few times

Time Is Speeding Up : Everything Is Changing ... 2012 !
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Scientists discovered many years ago that the earth gives off a pulse. This pulse or frequency which has been likened to a heartbeat has been stable at approximately 7.8 cycles per second for thousands of years. However, since around the year 1980 the earth’s heartbeat began to speed up. It has currently been measured at 12 cycles per second but the most incredible thing is some scientists believe the earth will actually stop rotating when this pulse reaches 13 cycles per second. When the earth stops rotating on its axis it is believed that it will remain still for around 3 days and then start spinning in the other direction.
[link to www.psychedelicadventure.net]
 Quoting: AKObserver


Very interesting, so then timetravel-wise we may be getting snippets of future earth and the sun's position in That rotation, so cool.
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hi Hi Isis!
Sorry for the typo I thought this was very interesting.
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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
and to share with our beautiful fellow inhabitants:

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Here's a pretty cool article about time was written in 2009 but it has been up-dated a few times

Time Is Speeding Up : Everything Is Changing ... 2012 !
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Scientists discovered many years ago that the earth gives off a pulse. This pulse or frequency which has been likened to a heartbeat has been stable at approximately 7.8 cycles per second for thousands of years. However, since around the year 1980 the earth’s heartbeat began to speed up. It has currently been measured at 12 cycles per second but the most incredible thing is some scientists believe the earth will actually stop rotating when this pulse reaches 13 cycles per second. When the earth stops rotating on its axis it is believed that it will remain still for around 3 days and then start spinning in the other direction.
[link to www.psychedelicadventure.net]
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If that 3 days lands on the dark side for the Middle East area, that would fulfill Biblical prophecy.
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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
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Hi AKO!! That was spectacular, the next more fabulous than last! Those Percherons were gorgeous! Thanks for posting.
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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
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Thank you for that AKO, it was beautiful and some were so funny we laughed
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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
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Here is Astral Travelers latest video.

Things that make you go hummm..


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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
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That's 2 6+ quakes in two days in that area and a lot of big aftershocks. Could it be foreshocks? There have been some huge ones in Greece in the recent past.

1903 08 11 - Southern Greece - M 8.3
1965 03 31 - Central Greece - M 7.1
1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1
1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1
2008 02 14 - Southern Greece - M 6.9
1981 02 24 - Greece - M 6.8
2006 01 08 - Southern Greece - M 6.7
1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
1978 06 20 - Greece - M 6.6

More at link:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

And the Colossus of Rhodes was destroyed by a huge quake.

Edit to add...Forgot to mention Santorini. Big volcano!

Last Edited by Earth Cries on 06/16/2013 07:21 PM
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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"The Great Attractor" --Is Something is Pulling Our Region of the Universe Towards a Colossal Unseen Mass?
A busy patch of space has been captured in the image below from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Scattered with many nearby stars, the field also has numerous galaxies in the background. Located on the border of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) and Norma (The Carpenter’s Square), this field covers part of the Norma Cluster (Abell 3627) as well as a dense area of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

The Norma Cluster is the closest massive galaxy cluster to the Milky Way, and lies about 220 million light-years away. The enormous mass concentrated here, and the consequent gravitational attraction, mean that this region of space is known to astronomers as the Great Attractor, and it dominates our region of the Universe.
Recent evidence from the European Space Agency's Atacama Desert telescopes in Chile appears to contradict the "great attractor" theory. Astronomers have theorized for years that something unknown appears to be pulling our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

A huge volume of space that includes the Milky Way and super-clusters of galaxies is flowing towards a mysterious, gigantic unseen mass named mass astronomers have dubbed "The Great Attractor," some 250 million light years from our Solar System.

The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies are the dominant structures in a galaxy cluster called the Local Group which is, in turn, an outlying member of the Virgo supercluster. Andromeda--about 2.2 million light-years from the Milky Way--is speeding toward our galaxy at 200,000 miles per hour.

This motion can only be accounted for by gravitational attraction, even though the mass that we can observe is not nearly great enough to exert that kind of pull. The only thing that could explain the movement of Andromeda is the gravitational pull of a lot of unseen mass--perhaps the equivalent of 10 Milky Way-size galaxies--lying between the two galaxies.

Meanwhile, our entire Local Group is hurtling toward the center of the Virgo Cluster (image above) at one million miles per hour.
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Nemesis
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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"The Great Attractor" --Is Something is Pulling Our Region of the Universe Towards a Colossal Unseen Mass?
A busy patch of space has been captured in the image below from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Scattered with many nearby stars, the field also has numerous galaxies in the background. Located on the border of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) and Norma (The Carpenter’s Square), this field covers part of the Norma Cluster (Abell 3627) as well as a dense area of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

The Norma Cluster is the closest massive galaxy cluster to the Milky Way, and lies about 220 million light-years away. The enormous mass concentrated here, and the consequent gravitational attraction, mean that this region of space is known to astronomers as the Great Attractor, and it dominates our region of the Universe.
Recent evidence from the European Space Agency's Atacama Desert telescopes in Chile appears to contradict the "great attractor" theory. Astronomers have theorized for years that something unknown appears to be pulling our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

A huge volume of space that includes the Milky Way and super-clusters of galaxies is flowing towards a mysterious, gigantic unseen mass named mass astronomers have dubbed "The Great Attractor," some 250 million light years from our Solar System.

The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies are the dominant structures in a galaxy cluster called the Local Group which is, in turn, an outlying member of the Virgo supercluster. Andromeda--about 2.2 million light-years from the Milky Way--is speeding toward our galaxy at 200,000 miles per hour.

This motion can only be accounted for by gravitational attraction, even though the mass that we can observe is not nearly great enough to exert that kind of pull. The only thing that could explain the movement of Andromeda is the gravitational pull of a lot of unseen mass--perhaps the equivalent of 10 Milky Way-size galaxies--lying between the two galaxies.

Meanwhile, our entire Local Group is hurtling toward the center of the Virgo Cluster (image above) at one million miles per hour.
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Was thinking the same thing...hiding
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EC I'm thinking of you as I am sure everyone else on this thread. Hope you decide to head North Girlfriend. Much Love. hf
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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


That's 2 6+ quakes in two days in that area and a lot of big aftershocks. Could it be foreshocks? There have been some huge ones in Greece in the recent past.

1903 08 11 - Southern Greece - M 8.3
1965 03 31 - Central Greece - M 7.1
1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1
1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1
2008 02 14 - Southern Greece - M 6.9
1981 02 24 - Greece - M 6.8
2006 01 08 - Southern Greece - M 6.7
1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
1978 06 20 - Greece - M 6.6

More at link:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

And the Colossus of Rhodes was destroyed by a huge quake.

Edit to add...Forgot to mention Santorini. Big volcano!
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I hope not there was something about Greece/Rome on the 'u tel me' thread gonna go look for it.
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Biological Hazard in USA on Monday, 17 June, 2013 at 03:25 (03:25 AM) UTC.
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The Indian River Lagoon on Florida's east coast has long been known as the most diverse ecosystem in North America. Its 156 miles of water boast more than 600 species of fish and more than 300 kinds of birds. The lagoon is not just an ecological treasure. To the towns along its edge — Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne, Vero Beach and Stuart, among others — it accounts for hundreds of millions in revenue from angling, boating, bird-watching, tourism and other waterfront activities. But these days the Indian River Lagoon has become known as a killing zone. Algae blooms wiped out more than 47,000 acres of its sea grass beds, which one scientist compared to losing an entire rainforest in one fell swoop. Then, beginning last summer, manatees began dying. As of last week, 111 manatees from Indian River Lagoon had died under mysterious circumstances. Soon pelicans and dolphins began showing up dead too — more than 300 pelicans and 46 dolphins so far. How bad is it? In the past week, a dolphin a day has turned up dead in the lagoon, said Megan Stolen, a research scientist at Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute.

"When you lose the manatees, pelicans and dolphins, you know something is going on," said Marty Baum of Indian Riverkeeper, a nonprofit environmental group that tries to act as a steward for the lagoon and the Indian River that flows into it. Yet so far nobody can name the killer. Biologists have some suspicions but are baffled about any connection among the species' problems. The diets are different: Manatees are vegetarians, while pelicans and dolphins eat fish. The symptoms are different: The manatees' stomachs are stuffed, while the pelicans and dolphins are emaciated. Baum's family has lived around the lagoon since the 1860s, but he can't remember anything like this ever happening. The lagoon has had algae blooms before. None of them were like the one that hit it in 2011. Experts called the explosion of the greenish Resultor species a "superbloom" because it covered nearly 131,000 acres and lasted from early spring to late fall. Then came the "brown tide" algae bloom last summer, tinting the water a chocolate brown. The algae, Aureoumbra lagunensis, have been a recurring problem in Texas. Why it suddenly showed up in Florida is another mystery. The algae blooms shade out sunlight needed by sea grass. By the time the algae was done, the lagoon had lost more than half its sea grass, essential to nurturing fish and other marine species.

Then came what Pat Rose of the Save the Manatee Club called "a cascade of events." The mysterious manatee die-off began in the northern part of the lagoon last July, hit its peak around March and now produces another dead manatee about every two weeks, said Martine DeWit of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Biologists at a state laboratory in St. Petersburg examine every dead manatee that's found in Florida for a cause of death. But the Indian River Lagoon manatees have them stumped. The manatees appeared to have abruptly sickened and drowned. Normally manatees eat sea grass. With much of the sea grass gone, the manatees turned to eating a red sea weed called gracilaria. But so far there is no sign that played any role in their deaths, DeWit said. The lab is continuing to test for viruses, pollutants or something else. Similar tests are being run on the dead pelicans and dolphins. Stolen of Hubbs-SeaWorld said the dolphin die-off first became evident in January and has not let up since.

And the lagoon's 700 dolphins are already somewhat beleaguered. They tend to suffer from high levels of mercury. In fact, research by the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution at Florida Atlantic University has found that there's so much mercury in the lagoon's fish that people who eat them have higher mercury concentrations in their tissues than those who eat imported fish. Scientists caught a break Friday when a kayaker discovered an ailing, sunburned, underweight dolphin stranded in the shallows, Stolen said. Rescuers were able to capture it for rehabilitation, and they hope it offers clues to what killed the others. When it comes to naming the cause, the list of suspects rivals a game of Clue. Stormwater runoff filled with fertilizer and other nutrient pollution has been blamed for fueling the algae blooms. Other theories point to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dumping polluted water from Lake Okeechobee, changes in water temperature or salt levels, overflow from contaminated mosquito-control ditches, even climate change, which is boosting the acidity of the world's oceans. The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute had hoped for $2 million in state money this year for a study of the lagoon's water chemistry, but Gov. Rick Scott vetoed the appropriation.
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