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pyrangello
12th August 2013, 16:32
So since we here in the avalon family are very observing from around the world , I wanted to put an inquiry together to all of you and bounce an idea out there for feed back from all of you and what you are seeing. Was listening to coast to coast radio the other night , guy was talking about the possibility of planet x / niburi / seperate universe / red kachina/ blue kachina / quakes, volcanoes, plate movements much of it starting going into next year and 2015.

I keep reading about all these sinkholes appearing , today one happened 10 miles from disneyworld in florida, I know there common there but things do seem to be racheting up. Also have been finding alot of articles on how countries are prepping storage of everything from bullets, food, ect ect. Even here in the US .'

Guy on coast to coast was Marshall Masters on 7 Aug 13 . http://yowusa.com/, he's saying when this body in space comes by it will be disrupting our planet and could possibly have an effect of a 2-3% tilt of the earth. doesn't sound like much but the ocean at the equator is 400ft taller in water height than anywhere else. And effects on the suns rays as well.

Anyways what I am observing now is kind of strange , In my backyard i have a morning dove and a robin still making nests in the trees even last night,august 11th. Then I was on the lake and there is one tree completely red right now with others already changing . One of the guys here at the shop said that some vegetation is already budding out and its 7 weeks early . Its like the earth and our inhabitants plants and animals are floundering in what direction to go which may all be due to the magnatism of the earth, plates and on and on. Or this winter is going to be one for the records?Everything this year, plants, fruit trees, trees, fish seems like its on steriods growing this year.

Is anybody else seeing any of this in your neck of the woods, interesting time we live in isn't it. Whats your take ? Thanks for the feedback in advanced.

jc71
12th August 2013, 17:06
Hi pyrangello,

I watched a thunderstorm the other night (about midnight) in the south of England, near London, where the sky was almost completely clear and starry, and just one big cloud was moving along in the distance, and within the cloud was a lightening storm. It was quite unusual for this part of the world - I am not sure if this is commonly witnessed in other countries.

It was certainly a spectacle and out of the ordinary for this part of the world.

Regards,

JC

Operator
12th August 2013, 17:29
I watched a thunderstorm the other night (about midnight) in the south of England, near London, where the sky was almost completely clear and starry, and just one big cloud was moving along in the distance, and within the cloud was a lightening storm. It was quite unusual for this part of the world - I am not sure if this is commonly witnessed in other countries.

It was certainly a spectacle and out of the ordinary for this part of the world.



Great you mentioned this because I almost forgot to bring it up ... 2 nights ago I was woken up by flashes in the sky.
It behaved like a thunderbolt, quite common in the southern Caribbean to see flashes between clouds in this time of year.
But this was different, bright white flashes like the sun was sudden there in the middle of the night. Happened about 3 times
with 20 .. 30 min. intervals (meteorites entering the atmosphere perhaps :confused: :noidea:)

Yesterday evening while driving home I saw thunderbolt like flashes again ... this time not bright white but strange blue, less
intense. As if discharges were lighting in a plasma like environment.

Although I have no direct clues for it my intuition is telling me that our atmosphere becomes more and more plasma like.

And b.t.w. I see a very bright star (probably a planet) each night approx. 2 hours lagging behind the sun (i.e. it sets 2 .. 2.5 later than the sun).
I know that Venus should be in view close to the sun but I don't recall it as a difference of more than 2 hours.
So, anybody ... is this Venus or something else ?

sirdipswitch
12th August 2013, 17:40
Lots of Geese flying, last month, (July) heading NW??

Couple of nights ago, I stood outside and watched a lightening storm light up the sky across the whole horizon, for 30 minutes. It was everywhere, one flash after another, almost continual. Went back inside, to my computer that sits in front of a window, and watched for another 2 hours. Very strange, because it was one flash after another for over two hours. Never seen it like that in the 42 years that I have lived in this little corner of the Pacific North West, US.

For about a month now, I've been seeing hundreds of UFO's, stopping by to say Hi!

Bassplayer1
12th August 2013, 17:42
Hi pyrangello,

I watched a thunderstorm the other night (about midnight) in the south of England, near London, where the sky was almost completely clear and starry, and just one big cloud was moving along in the distance, and within the cloud was a lightening storm. It was quite unusual for this part of the world - I am not sure if this is commonly witnessed in other countries.

It was certainly a spectacle and out of the ordinary for this part of the world.


Regards,

JC

Well, fancy that! I'm in Canada (close to Toronto) and last wednesday evening (around 8pm) my friend and I were in a bar and she told me to look out the window as she wasn't sure if she was imagining things but the sky was blue with the odd white cloud and in the middle of just one of these white clouds was a lightening storm ... it went on for about half an hour, though because I had my back to the window I saw only one instance of it. It did indeed seems strange ...

Nat_Lee
12th August 2013, 17:42
For me it is going great since I have chosen a positive timeline ! I feel safe and sound ! Politically speaking, all the truths are rising on the surface here in Canada, (Quebec). Here's some of our news about the corruption in the construction:


THE STAR .COM: ... the provincial government created its specialized anti-corruption squad in 2009 in response to media reports and widespread allegations of wrongdoing in municipal and provincial politics.


http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/quebec-enveloped-in-swirl-of-municipal-corruption-allegations/article12663241/

http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/quebec-corruption-inquiry-extended-until-2015-1.1202682

http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2013/05/09/former_laval_mayor_reported_arrested_amid_quebec_c orruption_probe.html

We also have elected a Women as a premier minister of the Quebec Province:

Pauline Marois to become Quebec's 1st female premier Sep 4, 2012 8:00 PM

Pauline Marois and the Parti Québécois claimed victory over the incumbent Liberals Tuesday night, winning a minority government in an election night that ended with a deadly shooting.

One person died and another was critically injured after shots were fired at Montreal's Metropolis, where Marois was in the middle of her victory speech. A third victim was treated for shock in hospital.

Quebec's premier-designate had just told a cheering crowd that Quebec needs to become an independent country when her bodyguards swooped in and whisked her off stage.

Marois took the podium just before midnight as a gleeful crowd of supporters burst into a round of Gens du Pays, a nationalist anthem, Marois told all Quebecers she was hopeful they could put aside their differences for a united Quebec. ....

To read more clic on this link below:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/quebecvotes2012/story/2012/09/03/quebec-election-night-results-2012.html

This is from 2012 news but I just fiund it today:

Victoria Grant a 12-year-old Canadian blasts Canada's banks


Canada's banking system has been the subject of international praise from economists grappling with global turmoil, but one 12-year-old girl begs to differ.

Victoria Grant of Cambridge, Ont. is earning a reputation as a financial pundit after her tirade against her homeland's borrowing practices went viral on YouTube.

Grant is already a veteran of the financial lecture circuit, but her appearance on April 27 is garnering unusual attention. A video of her address, shot at the Public Banking in America Conference in Philadelphia, has already attracted nearly 65,000 views since being posted a week ago.

For six minutes, the casually clad youngster holds forth to conference attendees on the reasons why so many of the world's countries are facing staggering debt.....

SOURCE:
http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/05/16/victoria-grant-banking-canada.html

Shamz
12th August 2013, 18:28
Lots of Geese flying, last month, (July) heading NW??

Couple of nights ago, I stood outside and watched a lightening storm light up the sky across the whole horizon, for 30 minutes. It was everywhere, one flash after another, almost continual. Went back inside, to my computer that sits in front of a window, and watched for another 2 hours. Very strange, because it was one flash after another for over two hours. Never seen it like that in the 42 years that I have lived in this little corner of the Pacific North West, US.

For about a month now, I've been seeing hundreds of UFO's, stopping by to say Hi!

SirDipSwitch,

I had seen similar thunderstorms almost a year ago. The weather was in general bad that day...raining - thunderstorms. But these big thundering noise woke me up around 1AM - and I saw through my bathroom window - this lightening will not stop..its was like someone actually turned on all 100s of light bulbs behind the trees in the horizon. I still remember I felt scared that day...woke up my wife and showed her. I have never seen anything like that in my life.

I even made a video with my cell phone and I am going to find that and post it here...

Other than that... this year...it's been raining almost every week ... never seen this much rain before.... we wanted to start some construction work - but the soil is so soft - the contractor couldn't lay foundation. The town would not approve to pour concrete. All the contractors or construction people are suffering this year because of rains.

Hope it improves

Much love

pyrangello
12th August 2013, 18:41
Now that you mention that about the flashes of light , the other night a storm rolled thru here about 3 am , the light was so intense it was like a welders spark you couldn't even look at it. Maybe its the chemtrails combined with the lightening. There seems to be so many agendas happening around the world right now in many directions. And maybe I'm just in la la land with all of these ideas and thoughts but i'm thinking not. Edgar Casey , the Hopi Indians, lots of sources out there and then theres the really wild one that would make you laugh til it hurts if it wasn't for real.

Dawn
12th August 2013, 19:11
I'd like to add my voice. In Pismo Beach (central California, USA) every day this year has been moderate in temperature and the rainfall has been normal. My vege garden is lush and vibrant. The only difficulty I'm having is that my zucchinis aren't setting as many squash as I'd like them to. My life is monotony and repetition... in other words... lovely

monotony: living in the 'one song' (mono-tone)
repetition: living with the rhythm of life (repeating beat)

No drama here on the central coast of California for now

onawah
12th August 2013, 19:52
This year in Arkansas we are getting an unprecedented amount of rain.
Last year we were in severe drought, but the rainfall this year had already made up for that a couple of months ago.
The thunderstorms keep coming, and there have been lots of roads washed out.
No really life-threatening severe flooding as yet in my area, as there has been enough time in between storms for the water levels to go down again for the most part, but we have definitely reached the saturation point.
And lots of sheet lightning too, which is when the whole sky lights up repeatedly for long periods of time.

Rollo
12th August 2013, 22:22
I see much less chemtrails in my area, there are days and weeks without them now. I'm very happy when I see a blue sky like it was before, just beautiful. Therefore since a while during the nights while watching the stars I spotted higher than usual activity with UFO. They are very well visible and sometimes after half way on the sky, they disappearing and reappearing bit farther. Or totally disappearing in many cases.

Nature around me is very lively, it's real pleasure to observe beside quite many dead trees in the surrounding forests.

Sometimes I see this sort of beauty.

22355

Sidney
12th August 2013, 23:23
I am in southern Illinois, very close to the Kentucky and Missouri borders. I can pretty much ditto what onawah says, and it has rained every day pretty much for the last two weeks, except for one day.

nancyb
13th August 2013, 00:30
Posting from southwest Florida, U.S. ... I have noticed less chemtrails in our skies after seeing daily evidence of them. But, then I watched a presentation by Bruce Douglas and he explained chembombs. Our skies are now filled with what I think are the result of these chembombs. Clouds formations are very wispy looking, like cotton candy.

william r sanford72
13th August 2013, 01:23
chem bombs..new term.file it.done..early fall gathering of birds.crazy storms.less bees and bugs accept freak amount o ticks and looks to be crazy amount of grass hoppers this year.plenty of ufos.a few drones.crazy to say the least.we have crazy as the new norm around my neck of the woods.also 2 bald eagles one yearling and a adult stoped by 2 days ago.never seen em move and lay over this early ever.they seemed lost.to early for them to be heading for the rivers in this area.odd to say the least.another well timed thread and post.thank you.

ghostrider
13th August 2013, 02:16
three years same little monkey grass with little yellow flowers grow on the east side of my pool , two weeks ago a two foot stalk with pink flowers just popped up where usually is the little yellow flowers , totally different , my wife and I don't know where they came from ... they grew full in three days or so ... my entire backyard is surrounded by trees, now they have red bud flowers growing , never did that either ... I have two feeders for birds, and a martan house, I usually get tons of little birdies every year, I feed them everyday, this year NONE ... we have had cloudy skies everyday for a month , it never rains in august here, never, it rains now at least every three days ...it's always 100 in the day and 90 at night in august, not this year, it's like three days of fall and three days of summer back and forth ...it's like a totally different environment in my backyard where I spend alot of time , I'm a pool rat, floating at night , star watching ... but not this year, way too many clouds ... my object I track with my telescope is still there , following the sunset with four small objects orbiting around this very bright star ... the small ones look like spining tops wobbling back and forth, they don't look natural ...

lizfrench
13th August 2013, 02:38
Here is what is going on in Oklahoma, America... I have noticed there are thunderstorms every Tuesday. Recently I wrote an essay on the chemtrail/Haarp connection and am now convinced the chemtrails are sprayed during the weekend to activate thunderstorms beginning late Monday through Tuesday of each week; it is obvious that our weather is manipulated here. That being said I am not interested in spreading fear porn. My 2 cents - Watching the truth sites being infiltrated with the idea of upcoming cataclysmic events is another way to spread fear and panic. I say remove fear from our equations in order to avoid manifesting the Revelations scenario.

Shannow
13th August 2013, 11:34
Nobody (but us) looks at the sky these days....

"Look up. Does THAT look normal " ?

"Never seen it before, but it has to be normal"...goes back to I phone.

People are so busy looking at fake landscapes and skies in movies and videogames, that they've probably spent more hours looking at the "realistic" sky in Hyrule than the sky in the world in which they live.

superconsciousness
13th August 2013, 12:14
we have been getting a lot more rain, but this is after a couple years of terrible drought. it has been very mild, coolest summer on record. the soil is good, more so than it used to be and doesn't need fertilizer. lot of birds building nests, fair amount of bees, more snakes.

Bassplayer1
14th August 2013, 03:07
Well, this has been my second summer here in Ontario having left (an increasingly wet and cool) London UK ... last summer was wonderful - hot and sunny, all the way through and typical of a 'normal' Ontarian (correct term?!!) summer ... this year is different and everyone seems concerned at the levels of rain (unheard of apparently), cool temperatures and storms ... regular thunderstorms and three weeks ago we had a ten minute storm which tore down trees, cut the electricity and water supplies etc .... it's interesting as several of you mention the lack of chem trails these days .... I was thinking the same myself ... the UK skies seemed full of them but not much here ...

MargueriteBee
14th August 2013, 04:39
At times the birds go dead silent, it's weird.

AlaBil
14th August 2013, 09:19
Lots of rain here in Alabama this summer. Almost no dry spell. Rain and thunderstorms daily, especially around the Gulf coast.