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Okay ~ That high pressure ridge that’s settled in over California ~ I think it’s do to the radioactive bubble that’s moved in from Fukishima. And if that’s the case, it’s not going away soon because Fukishima still has radioactive waste spewing from their sites.
If I’m right ~ what that means is California is going to burn to a crisp this summer. The altered jet stream is going to continue to be pushed off bringing NO WATER to the already drought stricken state. The water shortage will get so bad that emergency supplies of it will have to be shipped in and dispersed by military. During the peak of summer they will have electricity shortages ~ not due to over use but due to the fact that a great part of California’s electricity comes from hydro-electric power, mostly in Northern California.
None of this, of course, addresses the damage this is going to do to the farming community. But expect food prices to skyrocket all across the United States.
Real estate values will plummet in California and soar elsewhere as a mass exodus takes place.
Meanwhile, in other parts of the Nation ~ expect the Canadain jet stream to become a regular event bringing frigid temperatures to the Northeast and even down to the Southern regions where, until now, snow has been a rarity. Alligators may become a thing of the past here in the United States.
But ~ no matter where you live and no matter how long you think this is going to last I advise you to stock up on groceries now. Let me say that again. STOCK UP ON GROCERIES NOW! You’ll be glad you did. And if you live in California ~ STOCK UP ON WATER!!!
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With such a book the impact isn’t necessarily obvious at first…but the more you read it and re-read it, and live with it, and travel with it, the more it speaks to you, and the more you realize that you cannot live without that book. It’s then that the wisdom hidden inside, the seed, is passed on.