Humanity is about to have a near-death experience (NDE)
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One Hundred and Eighty One Days
List Begins December 2009
December 1, 2009: Abnormally heavy rains strike Saudi Arabia causing intense flooding that kills over one hundred people, many on their way to pilgrimages to Mecca.
Norway Spiral appears on December 9, 2009. Mainstream media reports that the unusual formation in the sky above the Arctic Circle was a "failed Russian rocket launch".
December 30, 2009: The Koryakski volcano to the far east of Russia begins to erupt, hurtling ash over a wide area of the remote region.
January 6, 2010: England and Europe in Deep Freeze, as major snow and bitter cold not seen in centuries grips the entire European continent. At the same time, much of North America, Asia, China and North and South Korea also experience record amounts of snow and frigid temperatures.
January 8, 2010: An explosion and brilliant streak of light in the sky believed to be a meteor impacting the atmosphere is reported by thousands across the Canadian province of Quebec.
January 9, 2010: A colony of almost a thousand sea lions, a staple in the San Francisco Bay area for decades, mysteriously leave and relocate several hundred miles away.
January 12, 2010: Catastrophic 7.0 earthquake devastates the entire island nation of Haiti, killing an estimated 200,000 people and leaving millions homeless and in jeopardy of starvation, disease and exposure.
January 15, 2010: A 5.7 earthquake rocks the Venezuela coastline.
February 3, 2010: NASA release images of mysterious object P 2010/A2 taken with the Hubble telescope. Unable to classify the X-shaped object as a comet or an asteroid, scientists postulate that the object could be related to a comet cluster responsible for the extinction event that killed off the dinosaurs millions of years ago.
February 7, 2010: Astronomers announce that one-time planet Pluto is changing colors, from dark blue to red. Scientists theorize the change is due to an increase in solar flares reaching the planetoid.
February 9, 2010: A series of three major blizzards sweeps across the Northeast US, delivering unprecedented amounts of snow and hurricane force winds that virtually paralyze the nation's capitol as well as all of the Northeast, including New York City, Philadelphia and Boston, affecting over thirty million people.
February 11, 2010: Reports that a meteor strike in a remote region of the Mexican desert break out on the Internet, claiming the impact crater to be thirty-feet across and twenty feet deep.
February 15, 2010: The Soufriere volcano on the Caribbean island of Montserrat erupts, sending an impressive ash cloud over twenty thousand feet into the air.
February 17, 2010: Millions across Great Britain and Ireland witness a large meteor fireball explosion in the night sky.
February 22, 2010: Deadly mudslide created by record-breaking amounts of rain devastate the island of Madeira off the coast of Portugal. The deluge claims nearly eighty lives and does ninety-million Euros in damage, prompting a day of mourning in the usually idyllic island.
February 24, 2010: An enormous prominence on the sun called a filament is spotted. This filament is the longest one ever recorded by modern technology, extended over one million kilometers from the sun, before collapsing into the sun and created a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) that heads toward earth.
February 26, 2010: A significant 6.9 earthquake hits southern Japan, prompting a tsunami alert.
February 27, 2010: A massive 8.8 earthquake rattles much of Chile, killing hundreds and leaving large portions of Santiago and other cities in ruin. The temblor is one of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded, and generated a massive tsunami that swept around the world. The quake was so powerful, it altered the earth's axis, shortening the average day by one second.
March 1, 2010: A powerful storm with hurricane force winds (named Xynthia) batters Europe, including Portugal, Spain, France, parts of the UK and Germany, killing more than eighty-people and causing over one billion Euro in damages.
March 3, 2010: A massive mudslide and flooding in the African nation of Uganda is responsible for the deaths of over three hundred people, while leaving thousands homeless with no food or clean drinking water.
March 6, 2010: Historic heavy rains and large hailstones batter Melbourne, Australia, flooding the streets and turning city landscapes into winter wonderlands.
March 8, 2010: A 6.0 earthquake hits Turkey, damaging thousands of homes and killing dozens.
March 11, 2010: NASA admits they are searching for "Nemesis/Nibiru/Wormwood", a hypothetical twin to our sun that "has a long, elliptical orbit around our sun that brings it back to our area of the solar system" during certain points of time, to cataclysmic earth consequences.
March 12, 2010: Noted NASA consultant and astro-physicist Michio Kaku warns that the upcoming Solar Maximum due in mid 2012 could do unimaginable damage to the energy and communications infrastructure across planet Earth.
March 15, 2010: Cyclone Thomas, a dangerous Category 5 storm batters the island paradise of Fiji in the South Pacific with 175 MPH winds and torrential rain, destroying entire cities and leaving the beautiful island in ruins.
March 19, 2010: Dangerous Cyclone Ului lands on the coast of Queensland, Australia, as a Category 3 storm, after it had briefly achieved the dreaded Category 5 status, bringing heavy winds and dangerous flooding to the Australian coast.
March 20, 2010: A blinding sandstorm brought on by years of severe drought and high winds blankets large parts of China, Mongolia and North Korea, forcing residents to wear eyeglasses and face masks while outside.
March 20, 2010: The Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull erupts after being dormant for almost two hundred years.
March 22, 2010: Another unprecedented rainstorm with abnormally heavy hail strikes Australia, this time in Perth, WA, a city that rarely receives heavy rainfall.
March 26, 2010: - A South Korean naval ship sinks near the disputed maritime border with North Korea, killing some of the more than 100 crew on board, but officials played down suggestions that it may have been attacked by North Korea.
March 29, 2010: Terrorist bombs explode on two separate Moscow subway platforms, killing thirty-eight people.
March 29, 2010: Scientists and marine biologists are puzzled by whale die-offs recorded worldwide.
March 31, 2010: The UK and parts of Europe are gripped by a freak late season snowstorm that brings unusually heavy snowfall and gripping cold temperatures to a large swathe of the continent.
April 3, 2010: A mudslide triggered by heavy rains in the Peruvian mountains destroys several villages and leaves scores missing or dead.
April 4, 2010: A major 7.2 earthquake rattles the Baja Peninsula, Mexico, and parts of Southern California, damaging homes and causing intense panic.
April 8, 2010: Record-shattering rainfall hits the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, as more than eleven inches of rain fall in less than twenty-four hours, creating nightmarish gridlock, panic in the streets, deadly mudslides and killing over two hundred people.
April 10, 2010: Video of a large comet impacting the Sun taken by the SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) telescope is released to major media outlets.
April 10, 2010: A plane carrying the Polish president, his wife and many of the country's top military and government leaders crashes in Russia, en route to a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the slaughter of thousands of Poles by Russians, killing all on board.
April 11, 2010: A 6.8 earthquake is recorded in the Soloman Islands of the South Pacific.
April 12, 2010: Chinese submarines and seven or eight destroyers were spotted by Japanese authorities on the high seas between the main island of Okinawa and Miyako Island in the southernmost prefecture, creating security alerts.
April 13, 2010: A glacier the size of four football fields calves off in the mountains of Peru before collapsing into a lake, creating a twenty-three meter high tsunami that inundates a local village, killing three and destroying a water-treatment facility responsible for clean drinking water for millions of citizens.
April 14, 2010: Another large 7.2 earthquake strikes China, devastating entire remote villages and killing a reported two thousand people.
April 14, 2010: A deadly tornado strikes parts of Bangladesh and India, leaving a path of destruction over two miles wide and travelling several hundred kilometers, leaving at least one hundred twenty people dead and destroying over five thousand homes.
April 15, 2010: A dangerous ash cloud from an erupting Icelandic volcano drifts across Europe, causing chaos throughout the continent as airports are closed, flights grounded and hundreds of thousands of travellers left unable to get home. Many airports are closed for an entire week, and tens of thousands of flights are eventually cancelled, crippling the already ailing airline industry and doing incalculable damage to the European economy.
April 15, 2010: An impressive meteor fireball explodes over the American Midwest, prompting 911 emergency calls across a four state area, as the explosion lights up the sky and causes the ground to shake. Several videos of the explosion are released to the media.
April 15, 2010: As an ash cloud brings chaos to Europe and the Midwest is startled by a spectacular meteor explosion in the night sky, President Obama reveals plans to revitalize the NASA Space Program and vows to man a mission to Mars, at a cost of trillions of dollars.
April 17, 2010: Iranian President Ahmadijenad announces that over five million inhabitants of the Iranian capital of Tehran need to be "relocated due to the imminent threat of a catastrophic earthquake" in the city.
April 18, 2010: The tiny South Pacific island of Vanuatu prepares to evacuate nearly 3,000 villagers after a highly active volcano starts spewing ash clouds and an increase in seismic activity.
April 21, 2010: A massive explosion and fire on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana triggers an environmental catastrophe with far-reaching effects on wildlife, the ecosystem of the Gulf and the nation's fragile energy supply and economy, as thousands of gallons of crude oil continue to pump into the open waters of the Gulf each day.
April 23, 2010: The Air Force sends off Top Secret spacecraft X-37B OTV into orbit. The project (with a reported cost of four billion US dollars) has never been fully explained by the Pentagon.
April 24, 2010: A deadly tornado outbreak strikes Mississippi and the Deep South, creating a dangerous F5 that decimates Yazoo City, killing nine and leaving scores injured. The twister was the widest tornado to ever strike the state of Mississippi with a width of 1.75 miles.
April 26, 2010: The Santiaguito volcano in Guatemala continues to erupt, sending an ash plume 27,000 feet into the air, carpeting local villages in several inches of gray ash.
April 27, 2010: Noted scientist Stephen Hawkings confesses that trying to make contact with extraterrestrial life would be a bad idea… for humans.
April 30, 2010: The European Union agrees to an economic bailout package for troubled Greece, worth over 100 Billion Euros.
May 1, 2010: Record breaking, unprecedented rainfall hits the Tennessee valley, causing massive flooding and prompting many rescues, as rivers and streams turn into dangerous torrents of water. An astonishing twelve inches of rain fall over parts of the deluged area in twenty-four hours, as rain continues to fall. The deluge leaves at least twenty dead in Tennessee and Kentucky and hundreds of millions of dollars in damages and lost job revenues.
May 1, 2010: The rupture of an important water pipe deep underground providing fresh water to over two million people in Boston creates a health emergency in the city.
May 1, 2010: A bomb scare rattles Midtown Manhattan, NYC, on a busy Saturday evening, clearing out bustling Times Square as police investigate the incident.
May 3, 2010: News arrives that a multi-million dollar French communication satellite has been knocked out of its geo-stationary orbit, possibly by intensifying solar activity, and now threatens other satellites in nearby orbits.
May 3, 2010: A 6.2 quake strikes off Chile once again.
May 4, 2010: The return of an ash cloud being spewed by an active Icelandic volcano threatens to once again shut down airspace over Ireland and parts of the UK, as concerns a second, more powerful Icelandic volcano, Katla, will soon erupt as well.
May 5: Unusually high waves and swells batter the French Riviera, with waves of eight to ten meters observed, closing down beaches and local businesses and sinking ships, just as Cannes prepared for its famous international film festival.
May 5, 2010: Schools and businesses have been closed across Riyadh, Saudi Arabia after abnormally heavy rains brought the Saudi capital to a standstill and killed at least one person.A unusual 45-minute downpour on Monday, which included light hail and winds that gusted up to 42km/hour, caused flooding and hours-long traffic jams across the city.
May 5, 2010: A 6.5 quake is registered in Sumatra, Indonesia
May 6, 2010: A tornado, torrential rains and hail hit China’s southwestern city of Chongqing on Wednesday killing 29 people and injuring 190 others. At least 1,000 homes in six towns were also destroyed and 10,000 others were damaged by the storms, local newspapers reported. Six inches of rain fell in the region flooding and blocking roads. Gale-force winds felled trees and power lines cutting electricity and damaging homes.
May 6, 2010: Global stock markets plunge as social unrest grips Greece and parts of Europe, as fall out from the 100 Billion Euro economic bailout plan for the country comes under fire.
May 7: 2010: A stunning "parade" of over ten thousand toads on a street in Chengdu, China, stretching over 200 meters long, aroused public jitters over possible upcoming tremors on Tuesday in Sichuan province, where a powerful earthquake jolted in 2008, killing tens of thousands. A similar toad exodus took place during the days preceding that cataclysmic earthquake.
May 7, 2010: A containment “box” designed to plug the massive oil geyser gushing into the Gulf of Mexico and creating an environmental catastrophe of unimaginable proportions fails, as reports that deep beneath the surface of the ocean’s bed, pressure and methane gas build-up caused the disaster to occur.
May 8, 2010: A 7.4 earthquake is recorded in Sumatra, Indonesia.
May 9, 2010: Another series of violent eruptions take place on Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano, creating another massive volcanic ash cloud that threatens to disrupt air traffic over large portions of Europe yet again.
May 11, 2010: Astronomers make a startling discovery regarding Jupiter: the massive planet has lost one of its prominent stripes, leaving its southern half looking unusually blank. Scientists are not sure what triggered the disappearance of the band.
May 14, 2010: Heavy, torrential rains are reported in China, resulting in flooding and mudslides, killing over one hundred people.
May 15, 2010: The space shuttle Atlantis encounters a dangerous debris field as it makes its way to its final mission in space.
May 20, 2010: The Mount Baru Jari volcano erupts in Indonesia.
May 22, 2010: Active volcano Arenal in Costa Rica issues forth another impressive eruption.
May 22, 2010: 158 people are killed in an Air India crash in Mangalore.
May 25, 2010: Travel alerts are issued for Jamaica, as civil unrest and bloodshed erupts in the streets, leaving scores murdered.
May 26, 2010: Record-breaking rain, winds, storm and hail batter much of Germany and Poland, causing flooding, mass power outages and killing at least twenty.
May 26, 2010: A 6.5 earthquake is reported in Brazil.
May 26, 2010: A 7.5 earthquake rocks the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, prompting a tsunami alert.
May 26, 2010: The latest attempt to stop the unbelievably catastrophic oil leak tainting the Gulf of Mexico is a colossal failure, as almost forty days have passed since the beginning of the disaster, with no end in sight.
May 26, 2010: A mysterious, near-stationary fireball is filmed in the skies above Ontario, Canada.
May 27, 2010: Maoist terrorists take credit for sabotaging a high-speed Indian passenger train, resulting in over sixty deaths, with the death toll expected to rise.
May 27, 2010: More saber-rattling on the Korean peninsula, as South Korea blames the North for torpedoing a submarine, killing sixty-eight on board, and North Korea claims it will “destroy any and all aggressors”.
May 28, 2010: Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom has declared a state of emergency after a powerful eruption at the southern Pacaya volcano killed one person and forced the international airport to close.
May 28, 2010: Thousands flee as a volcano in the South American nation of Ecuador also erupts on the same day as a volcano in Guatemala.
May 29, 2010: Workers evacuated from North Sea oil rig as Norwegian engineers pump cement into offshore well to prevent explosion after a dangerous methane gas build-up is detected.
May 29, 2010: A fire blazing at an Iranian oil rig after a methane gas explosion may take up to one month to extinguish, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported on Sunday.
Three oil workers were killed and at least 10 injured when the fire broke out at well number 24 at the Naft Shahr oil field early on Saturday.
May 30, 2010: Tropical Storm Agatha has killed at least 100 people in Guatemala and Honduras, as drenching rain, mudslides and floods also left many more missing and forced thousands to flee their homes, officials said, as two separate volcanoes, Pacaya and Santiaguito continue to remain in high eruption mode, creating two national emergencies for the Central American nation.
May 30, 2010: The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) is warning residents on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia, that an unusual combination of low pressure systems is creating dangerous weather conditions, with hazardous gale-force winds and torrentially heavy rain expected. Winds reaching in excess of 130 KMP are forecast for the region, prompting weather and travel advisories for all of the state.
May 30, 2010: The Popocatepeytl volcano in Mexico City (with a population of over thirty million people) is put on high alert for eruption.
May 31, 2010: Israeli commandos storm six ships carrying hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists on an aid mission to the blockaded Gaza Strip, killing at least 10 people and wounding dozens, as Turkey and other countries issued loud and angry condemnations and warnings regarding the attack.
May 31, 2010: A giant ash plume from an eruption volcano on Vanuatu threatens to close down air space. Meantime, an underwater volcanic eruption has led to a state of disaster being declared across the entire Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. The governor, Benigno Fitial, declared the state of disaster following a loud explosion at the submarine volcano on the island of Sarigan, located about 175 kilometers north of Saipan. A .5-meter tsunami was detected by buoys. A huge smoke plume was seen over the island on the weekend. As a result sea and air traffic has been severely affected.
May 31, German President Horst Kohler steps down from office, effective immediately.
June 1, 2010: The list of volcanoes currently in high eruption mode include: Pacaya. Santiaguito. Tungurahua. Sarigan. Vanuatu. Arenal, Soufriere, Mayon, Baru Jari, Kamchatka, and Eyjafjallajokull.
June 1, 2010: A 6.1 earthquake is recorded in both Costa Rica and in the Philippines.
June 1, 2010: A massive sandstorm cloud descends upon parts of China, burying entire villages in meters of sand and ash.
June 1, 2010: Allahabad, India - Hundreds have died as a result of a heat wave in northern India. The country is experiencing its hottest temperatures ever recorded.
June 3, 2010: - A freak mini-tornado hit an Australian coastal town 'like a bomb' on Thursday, witnesses said, destroying 12 homes, uprooting trees and cutting power to thousands of residents. Tornadoes are an extremely rare event in Australia.
June 3, 2010: Super Cyclone Phet, a treacherous Category 5 storm, brews off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, with fears the extremely dangerous storm will turn and make a direct hit on Karachi, Pakistan, a city with a population of over ten million people.
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Op are you saying there is no such thing as free willQuoting: Anonymous Coward 985735
Freewill is semantics really. If One Serves Themselves or others in Limitation and Separation Its called Serving Your Own Freewill but if One Serves the Will of the Prime Creator / All That Is - Its called Serving Others...
What is then quite Ironic is if We go down deep into It when We compare STO to STS - We have a Paradox. What is this Paradox ?
Its that at the Oversoul Level - With all Things being under the All That Is / Father / Mother / Prime Creator / First Source and Center of All Things - We're doing Our Own Oversoul Will when We do the Will of the Prime Creator in Expansion and Unity, but when We do the Will of Others or Our Own Freewill - We Serve the Will in Limitation and Separation.
In the end there are only two choices. Will We be a Catalyst for Expansion and Expression or a Barrier for Limitation and Supression. These are the only two choices We ever really make. To Expand or Contract...
To Leave off then One would say - "How do You profess to know the Mind of the Prime Creator ?" - And I would answer - "The Prime Creator has expanded and will continue to do so until It is time for another Game. Until then I - As an aspect of that Prime Creator - Will continue to support My Own Oversoul's Expansion and Expression as fully as I can..."
Peace, Light, Life, Love, Unity and Harmony.