Wednesday, December 23, 2015

CRISES THAT THE US GOVERNMENT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO FIX

These videos tell a story of suspense, that is, waiting for events to start ramping up to a crescendo of horror and destruction. The only thing human activity contributes is fracking. But, nature is also moving beneath our feet. Taken together, Fukushima, the fracking, the Yellowstone volcano, the core of the earth expanding, and the solar weather seriously acting up.............

Something is coming, and America is worthy.









Los Angeles Channel Five report on the methane leak
at Porter Ranch

It is very clear that the California Government will do nothing by cover up this methane/fracking event, AND they are now covering up the radiation effects on Californians. This is because, once people in CA learn the peril they are in, they will flee, and only the welfare and indigent population will be left. So, let the people suffer, maybe even die of these things, let the children suffer......... the tax base must be protected at all costs.








ALERT: MASSIVE METHANE LEAK IN LA COUNTY
Five earthquakes near Reno, Nevada today

Helium leak near Santa Barbara, CA, and what it means

Four earthquakes in Oklahoma today

Yellowstone Volcano's Magma Is Much Bigger Than Previously Thought, Study Finds

The belly of the Yellowstone beast: Scientists find huge reservoir of hot magma under the surface that could fill the Grand Canyon ELEVEN TIMES


Russia discussing ways to blow Yellowstone and other targets, using nuclear devices, in order to destroy the USA via natural responses.


FOR MORE ON FUKUSHIMA AND CALIFORNIA, READ MY BLOG POST


FOR THE RECORD:
These discussions are not meant to cause panic and fear. Knowledge is needed to plan our lives, and if there are threats of natural disaster, and if we can detect clues of when or when, then information is needed.


Otherwise, the following applies to all things:

2 Timothy 1:7 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.






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