Thursday, January 20, 2011

EARTH CHANGES: Doomsday - End of Normalcy, Perpetually Relentless CHAOS, Weather Anomalies and NOAA's Declaration of a POLE SHIFT?! UPDATE: A Inverted Pendulum of ORCHESTRATED Global Cataclysmic CHAOS, FLOODING Everywhere, South America SINKING, Mass Animal Death, BP's Oil Spill, Jet Stream, Pole Shift & the Coming 'ARkStorm'?! UPDATE: The UNRECOGNIZABLE PLANET Formerly Known As EARTH?!

Originally Posted On: January 16, 2011 | Updated On: January 20, 2011.

In this update on the current Earth changes, we continue to document the perpetually cataclysmic chaos ongoing around the planet, with even more earth-shaking and monumental developments.

We have already detailed the numerous cases of dead birds falling from the sky, from America to every other continent around the world. The latest incident was seen on the pavements of Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.

Gutted dead bird in Los Angeles.
371 dead birds fell from the sky over Los Angeles, California, and hit the pavement at Sunset and Cahuenga... The dead birds in this incident were exclusively pigeons, but for the homelesses, they were food. One man had already cleaned his fowl and was arguing with a hot dog vendor about frying it on his hot dog grill. The homeless held a bloody knife and shook the pigeon in the vendor's face. The pigeon's entrails hung at least a foot from the pigeon's slashed belly. The guts swayed as the homeless man passionately pointed his knife at the hot dog grill... In front of the CNN building was pandemonium. Someone had wished bad luck on these pigeons, and the evidence was strewn all around. Dead birds in the gutters, on sidewalks, stuck in palm trees that dotted the front of the famous news building. Traffic on Sunset had come to a crawl. Jeering faces peered out of car windows, and multiple cars had been rear-ended. - Associated Content
In Canada, the Fish and Wildlife Department found several dozen dead birds in the Bonnie Doon area on Thursday.

"I can't believe there's so many dead birds out here," resident Peter Hoscin tells Global Edmonton. "I don't know what's going on. I've never seen anything like this." About two dozen small birds were found in the area of 92 Street and 93 Avenue. According to a spokesperson for Fish and Wildlife it appears that the birds died from blunt force trauma. The birds were likely roosting and eating berries. Something likely startled them, putting them into the path of a large truck. - The Global Saskatoon.

This comes against the background of 80 dead pigeons that was found in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, west of Quebec City. Investigations of each bird specimen by the Natural Resources department and the area's pathology laboratory has still not provided a conclusive analysis.

Worst, there seems to obvious anomalies in the current behavior and migratory patterns of these birds.

Frighteningly, given the highly unusual occurrences, frequency and inconclusiveness of these incidents, the phenomena seem to have crossed over from smaller animals to larger ones.

An investigation is under way after 200 dead cows were found in a field in the Town of Stockton. Investigators with the Portage County Sheriff's Office said the owner of the cattle has been working with a local veterinarian and it's believed the animals died from the IBR/BVD virus. The virus can cause respiratory and reproductive problems. Samples from the dead cows have been sent to Madison for testing. Authorities said there is no threat to humans or other animals. - Channel 3000
Whether these deaths were caused by the IBR/BVD virus or not, this report is quite alarming. Cows and other larger animals constitutes comparable weight and height measurements to humans, therefore, this raises the prospect that this could have a major effect on the human population in the future.

Speaking of animal deaths, the Saigon Daily is reporting that freezing cold conditions have killed nearly 10,000 animals:

After enduring a freezing cold with temperatures in mountainous areas dropping to minus four degrees Celsius, northern Vietnam is to undergo another fresh cold snap starting Saturday. Deputy Director of the National Hydro-meteorological Forecast Center Le Thanh Hai said the new cold bout will drive down temperatures in mountainous provinces to under 10 degrees Celsius and even lower in higher mountainous areas. Temperature in delta region provinces will dip to 11-12 degrees Celcius. The Center also predicts an even stronger cold front on January 21 lasting until January 25. The record low temperature this year had frozen over 7,000 buffaloes and cows to death in more than 12 northern mountainous provinces, said Deputy Head of the Livestock Breeding Department Nguyen Thanh Son on Friday. In mountainous Lai Chau province, 160 new livestock deaths were reported, together with a staggering increase in cold-related cattle deaths in 11 other provinces. Bac Kan announced there were an additional 300 livestock deaths, while Cao Bang province reported 700 deaths in one day, making a total number of 1,800 buffalos and cows killed under the province’s icy weather.
In another case of the truly bizarre, two bull sharks were seen swimming down the main street of a flooded Queensland town in Australia.

Butcher Steven Bateman spotted two bull sharks swimming near his Goodna shop yesterday - one of several reports of a sharks in Goodna's main street. Ipswich local councillor Paul Tully confirmed it was a bizarre but true story out of Queensland's flood disaster. "It would have swum several kilometres in from the river, across Evan Marginson Park and the motorway,'' Cr Tully told The Queensland Times. "It's definitely a first for Goodna, to have a shark in the main street. - Herald Sun.
Australia continues to deal with floods along its east coast, where some communities remain sealed off. Thousands of voluntaries have joined the massive clean-up operation. Rivers are expected to peak on Sunday, especially in areas south of Queensland. With regions such as New South Wales and Victoria preparing for floods.

An estimated 14,000 people remained homeless in Brazil in the aftermath of the country's worst natural disaster. The official death toll has now risen to 610. Emergency workers in the worst affected areas say that they are overwhelmed by the number of bodies. Rescue efforts have been hampered by rainfall, which is expected to continue for the next few days.

In Sri Lanka, the United Nations is set to launch an appeal for emergency flood aid, where at least 37 people have died and over 300,000 have been left homeless.


As the Earth changes continue, so does the escalation in food and fuel prices. We have already seen where this resulted in massive riots in Tunisia, culminating in the ousting of the strongman, President Ben Ali, after 23 years of iron-fisted rule. The unprecedented protests is already causing major shockwaves through the entrenched leadership of the Arab world, where a political and psychological wall seem to have been torn down by this grassroots movement. Many observers, including political strategists, believe that this could be the starting point towards the toppling of the political, economical and social status quo in that part of the world. Already the political turmoil that could result from these increased prices, can be seen in Europe, where the hike in petrol is now being forecast as the tipping point in the undermining of the British economy and the ruling Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition

Nick Clegg earlier this week made a pitch for the hearts of “alarm clock Britain”: those who “come rain or shine are busy making Britain tick”. He was right to identify working people as being in need of support, having been taken for granted during the Labour years. But what is the point in supporting people when they are emerging bleary-eyed from under their duvets if you are then going to kick them in the teeth when they go outside and get into the car? Fuel prices yesterday were nudging their record highs of July 2008. Unleaded petrol was averaging £1.28 a litre and diesel £1.32 a litre. And what is the Government doing to help those who rely on their cars to get to work every day? It plans to raise duty by a penny over inflation in April this year and every year until 2014. While the Government’s “preferred” inflation index is the consumer price index (CPI), which stands at 3.3 per cent, when it comes to jacking up petrol prices the Treasury prefers the higher retail prices index (RPI), which stands at 4.7 per cent. With fuel duty already at just under 59p per litre it means that motorists in April face prices surging by another 4p a litre. - Express
Already, these concerns are becoming the central part of the mainstream media's focus on the imminent global crisis:

In my last article, I highlighted a story that indicated that President Obama and French President Sarkozy have agreed to create a joint US-European military force to deal exclusively with an expected global uprising in the spring from the shortages in food and the shock rise in prices.

400 Years of Magnetic Pole Shift in 50 Year Spans. Courtesy of MSB.

The situation is likely to get worse, if you examine the following astounding information from the Modern Survival Blog (MSB). Using data derived from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Geophysical Data Center, a conclusion is drawn that we are presently experiencing a pole shift.
50 Year Pole Shift Periods. Courtesy of MSB.
After transferring 420 years of north pole position data from the NOAA Geo Data Center, configuring it to fit in an Excel spreadsheet, adding a complicated formula to determine exact distance between 2 sets of latitude-longitude coordinates, applying the formula to each data point in the series, and then finally plotting it all in a visual graph, it is alarming to discover the amount of pole shift just over the past 10 to 20 years. Here is one very interesting fact... Since 1860, the magnetic pole shift has more than doubled every 50 years. That is pretty significant. Here is another very interesting fact... During the past 150 years, the pole shift has been in the same direction. The following fact is even more astonishing... During the past 10 years, the magnetic north pole has shifted nearly half of the total distance of the past 50 years! In other words, the pole shift has apparently sped up substantially. The present rate of magnetic north pole shift is about 55 kilometers per year. According to the data set, during the year 2000 the magnetic north pole actually shifted more than 70 kilometers. The issue now is, since the pole shift has been at 400 year record high rates during the past 10 to 20 years, the cumulative affect is now beginning to cause real-world issues. Will the effects affect us noticeably or in a bad way? Time will tell I suppose, but at the current rate there will no doubt be direct effects on many systems in the years ahead, many of them nuisance issues such as documentation changes while others will likely be more serious.
Magnetic North Pole Movements over 420 Years & 10 Year Escalation. Courtesy of MSB.

Would this then, account for the heightened seismic activity, as is seen in the following video:

Stay tuned. More anon.

UPDATE: The Inverted Pendulum of Orchestrated Global Cataclysmic CHAOS, Flooding Everywhere, South America Sinking, Mass Animal Death, BP Oil Spill, Jet Stream, Pole Shift and the Coming 'ARkStorm'?!

The previously rare phenomena of the current weather anomalies and Earth changes are rapidly and dramatically becoming more common, toppling the conventional theories about the patterns of Earth's orbital parameters, the state of the atmospheric processes, the shifting of the poles, the stability of the jet stream flow, the angular distribution of sunlight and its associative connection with the seasons, and the effects of solar activities. A phenomena, that has become like an inverted pendulum of seemingly inherently unstable chaotic events resulting in extreme weather systems, unrecognized by the usual scientific understanding.

The traditional analysis of the exact mechanisms of the common weather patterns are largely based on the differences in the state or quality of the temperature and moisture in one area or place, in relationship to another that essentially formulates phenomenon such as rains, winds, snow, fog, hurricanes, tornadoes, cyclones, typhoons and snowstorms. The unpredictable timing, frequency and magnitude of the sudden and dramatic shift away from this normalcy, suggests that something monumentally different and divergently contrasting in nature to the usual organized structure of Earth's weather systems, is obviously evident.

This divergence is clearly seen in places like Australia, where the usual sunshine and warm breezes that normally characterizes the "Down Under Summertime," has been driven away by the severe weather conditions of snow, extreme cold, relentless rains, inland tsunamis and widespread flooding. A "White Christmas" of below zero degrees temperatures and over ten inches of snow in a December that normally averages nearly 90 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures.

Now, following all of these disasters, government officials are now expecting that heavy upstream rains will cause rivers to deluge rural towns with flooding in the disaster-ravaged eastern sections of Australia.

Officials expected floodwaters to drown out highways and isolate dozens of towns in the northeastern part of the state in some of the worst flooding there in a century. Residents are wary after three weeks of devastating flooding caused 28 deaths in the northeastern state of Queensland. The region's key Murray-Darling river basin links that state with New South Wales and Victoria to the south, and drains into the sea via South Australia on the south-central coast. In Victoria, State Emergency Services spokeswoman Natasha Duckett warned that the Victoria town of Horsham could face a major flood during Monday's expected peak of the Wimmera River, and electricity supplier Powercor was sandbagging its substation there to ensure it remained dry. "The Wimmera River is higher than the levels seen in September 2010 and it's still rising," Duckett said. "The township could be bisected with a waterway right through the middle of town and the (Western) Highway cut." Up to 500 properties in the town of about 14,000 people could be affected. More than 3,500 people have evacuated their homes in north-central Victoria state, with 43 towns and 1,500 properties already affected by rising waters. The flooding in Queensland left a vast territory underwater and caused 28 deaths, most of them from a flash flood that hit towns west of Brisbane on Jan. 10. Fourteen people are still missing. Flooding has also spread from Queensland into New South Wales, where nearly 7,000 people are reliant on airdrops of food and other supplies after being isolated by floodwaters. - MSNBC
In a televised interview last week, the Premier of Queensland, Anna Bligh said that recovery from the flooding would be a "reconstruction task of post-war proportions."

The floods in Queensland are also affecting nearby areas, such as the country of Malaysia, where the Malaysian government and High Commission are currently monitoring the aftermath of Australian floods. Just last week, the northern region was severely affected by seasonal floods that killed two people and displaced nearly 5,000 people.

In Sri Lanka, the constant rains and flood has plunged the country into a national state of emergency with the United Nations deploying top relief officials to take charge of the country's disaster management and recovery process.

Latest reports said at least 40 people were killed and around 1.1 million affected by the floods that have devastated swathes of areas in central and eastern provinces. About a dozen districts have been affected. While the government is still calculating the damage triggered by the unusually heavy monsoon rains in the last two weeks, estimates have put the cost of the damage to around $500 million. As of Monday noon, the disaster management centre (DMC) reported that a total of 1,073,895 from 285,659 families have been affected by the deluge. - Hindustan Times
In Brazil, the death toll from the recent flooding has risen to at least 665.

Relief workers continued to unearth victims on Monday, even as rescue crews managed to reach survivors who have been trapped by earth and floodwaters since the downpours hit the state of Rio de Janeiro almost a week ago. In addition to those killed, nearly 14,000 people have been displaced from destroyed or damaged homes. An unknown number of people remain missing... Last week's deaths mark the worst natural disaster ever recorded in Brazil, surpassing a 1967 flood in the state of São Paulo that killed 436 people. In addition to the human toll, reconstruction in the mountainous region north of Rio's coast will cost at least $1.2 billion, according to estimates by local authorities... Meanwhile, continued rain continues to pose the risk of more landslides... - Wall Street Journal
What is quite frightening is a report from the Columbia Passport, that seems to have been overlooked by the mainstream corporate media, of a village that was swallowed up in Colombia in December last year.

... a Colombian village, Gramalote in North Santander, is being swallowed by the earth. Another chapter of the tragic 2010 winter in Colombia. The minister of interior, Germán Vargas Lleras, visited the place of the disaster and sentenced that the town will disappeared in few hours. The 90 percent of its population has been evacuated and rescue teams try to recover official and historical documents from government buildings that were destroyed by the strain natural phenomenon. Gramalote is a municipality of 918.942 inhabitants. It was founded in 1857 on a geological fault of the Eastern ranges of the Colombian Andes... Most of the houses of the town are damaged and others are already buried, said the minister, so in a couple of days Gramalote will cease to exist. A hill that is next to the town, is falling on it... The inhabitants called for help when they felt a strain movement of the earth. In few minutes the buildings began to crack and fall. Electrical wires fall also. Barrio Santa Anita was the first sector to be destroyed. In less than 24 hours, the town was almost damaged in all its infrastructure and the people could bring out of their houses only few belongings.

Scientists and geologists believes that this is a direct result of the inundation of heavy rains and flooding and the movements in the South American tectonic plates, where an unknown and highly significant movement under the town was detected.

Shocking, to say the least.

In Japan, a major snow storm, with nearly 40 inches of snow hit the northern region on Sunday.

The Meteorological Agency said the snow would be whipped over land by 31-44 mph winds all the way from northern Japan to Okinawa prefecture, Kyodo News reported. The forecasters said winds would likely gust to up to 56 mph over the Sea of Japan, producing waves nearly 20 feet high in some areas. The heaviest snowfall was expected on the Sea of Japan side of the nation, Kyodo said. By nightfall, about 39 inches of snow is expected in parts of the Hokuriku region, with 31.5 inches in the Chugoku region and 23.62 inches in the Kinki region, Kanto and vicinity. Hokkaido and the Tohoku and Tokai regions were expected to have nearly 20 inches dumped on them, with about 8 inches in northern Kyushu and Shikoku, forecasters said. - UPI.
In Indonesia, the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency indicated that the heavy downpours and high waves will continue through to March.

The peak of the current rainy season was predicted to occur at the end of January, with expected rainfall of between 300 and 500 millimeters (mm), double the normal monthly rate of 150 millimeters. The agency said heavy downpours were likely to cause flooding in several areas, including Jakarta, Riau, all Kalimantan provinces, North Sumatra, West Sumatra, Yogyakarta and Bali, among others. Indonesia’s most forested province of Papua was also on the list of vulnerable regions. Under normal climate circumstances, July is usually Indonesia’s dry season, the agency said. The agency estimated high sea temperatures would also affect wave heights across the country. “Sea waves could reach dangerous levels, above 5 meters in some areas, when all sea transportation is advised to stop operations,” Edvin said.The government has repeatedly announced that Indonesia was one of the countries most vulnerable to severe impacts caused by climate change. - Jakarta Post.
The hits just keep coming in Indonesia, where hundreds of dead fish and shrimp was found in the waters of Aberdeen in West Balikpapan.
"Normally fish and shrimp are just at the bottom, but they are suddenly found afloat and dead, we suspect there is hazardous waste pollution," said Muhammad, a resident RT 04 New Village Central. He said that before the events, a black colored liquid and a kind of thick smelly old oil spill was seen during low tide. "I've been living here and this is the first time I saw fish and shrimp afloat," said Muhammad. The same thing also submitted Abidin living area Aberdeen waters, that not only the shrimp and fish that died, but a number of marine biota, such as crabs and eels are also a lot of floating. - Media Indonesia.
Just yesterday, the southern Sumatra region of Indonesia was also hit by an earthquake measuring 6.3 magnitude on the Richter Scale.

As in Indonesia, the animal die-off continues, across the world, in Canada, where hundreds of dead seals was found in Labrador.

People on the north coast of Labrador say scores of dead seals have been washing ashore since early December. A conservation officer with the area's Inuit government estimated late last week that hundreds of adult and young seals have died in the area between Hopedale and Makkovik this winter.  The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) is testing the carcasses,... Usually at this time of year seals are on sea ice south of Hopedale, said Winters, but he said there is very little ice there now. Last month, people in northern Labrador found the bodies of dead seal pups on the coast. - Sympatico
According to the National Disaster Management Committee in Fiji, flooding was reported around the low-lying regions of Ra, Tavua, Ba, Lautoka and Sigatoka as a direct result of rains caused by a cyclone in Vanuatu. Rains are expected to continue throughout the week into the weekend.

In China, the combined weather conditions of rain, snow and ice are forecast to hit many parts of China and could affect the lives of up to 230 million people. In addition, a new wave of inclement weather is now blanketing the southern region. Earlier this month, icy weather and sleet had forced the evacuation of more than 100,000 people in the southwest area of Guizhou Province. Contrastingly, about 2 million people in the provinces of Henan, Shanxi, Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui and Shaanxi are short of water due to severe drought conditions, plaguing wheat producing areas.

In Thailand, 26 districts in the Khon Kaen Province have been declared as cold-spell disaster zones, affecting over 150,000 persons, as mercury levels drop continuously.

In South Africa, at least 40 people have died in the past month from flooding, officials say. The floods, fed by heavy rain, have forced thousands of people from their homes along the Orange River, the longest in the country. In New Zealand, thousands of homes have been beaten by a 65kmh winds and 120kmh wind gusts from the remnants of two tropical cyclones that merged south of Vanuatu today.

In northern Honduras, heavy rains and floods took the lives of four persons, damaging homes and roadways as it covered low lying areas and filled nearby rivers. In the La Quince community, nearly 400 cattle was found dead among the devastated agricultural lands.

In America, there's snow on the ground in 49 out of 50 states including Hawaii. The National Weather Service estimates that 70.9 percent of the country is currently covered by snow as drenching rainfall continue unabated across parts of the Pacific Northwest.

In northern India, a record breaking cold wave returns:

Cold wave conditions have returned to North India. Shimla experienced its coldest night in four years yesterday with the mercury settling at minus 3.3 deg C, five notches below normal. Our Correspondent reports that all roads beyond Shimla were blocked due to heavy snow while traffic to Manali, Dharamshala and Chail was disrupted because of slippery roads. The Kashmir Valley is also in the grip of an intense cold wave with the temperature coming to a record low of minus 16.1 deg C in Pahalgam, resulting in partial freezing of the Dal lake and other water bodies in Jammu and Kashmir. Winds brought back chill in the air in the national capital Delhi with the day temperature dropping to 18.2 deg C, three degrees below normal. The Cold wave claimed has two more lives in Uttar Pradesh, one each in Hardoi and Devria. More from our correspondent; Uttarakhand continues to be in the grip of severe cold wave following snowfall and wide spread rain. Railway has started special telephone service to provide information about late running of trains due to fog.The minimum temperature in most parts of Punjab and Haryana also plummeted by upto three deg C. All schools in Bihar reopened today following following improvement in weather conditions. Patna recorded a minimum temperature of 9.4 degree Celsius. - Stock Market Today
In Germany, the region of Koblenz is suffering from one of the worst flooding, ever seen in decades, where high river levels from record amounts of snow and a sharp rise in temperatures has brought on a fast thaw, swamping over 30 villages.


Meanwhile, in the Philippines, the National Disaster Agency is reporting that the death toll has risen to 51, where rains and flooding has affected over one and a half million persons.

Some 51 people are dead in the Philippines after weeks of intense rain caused severe flooding across the Asian nation, the country's national disaster agency said early Monday. Rains continued to linger over much of the the island of Luzon, with land around the Visayan Sea and the eastern island of Mindanao also experiencing significant precipitation, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said in a statement. Those killed, ranging from ages 1 to 80, died from drowning, landslides or electrocution, according to the disaster agency. Twelve people are still missing, while another eight were hurt -- all in landslides in southern Leyte province. The crisis began weeks ago, on December 29, when a monsoon over northern and central Luzon met a cold front in southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The result was severe flooding and landslides in 25 provinces. The storms have affected nearly 1.6 million people from more than 300,000 families... Some of the worst conditions have been in Caraga, on Mindanao island, where more than 600,000 people have been impacted and 20 killed. Leyte and Samar also have been hard hit, with about 530,000 people in that region affected. The monsoon has wreaked havoc on structures and infrastructure as well. More than 500 homes have been destroyed, and just under 2,000 partially damaged. The disaster agency estimated that, in total, the storms caused 417,715,140 Philippine pesos' ($9.5 million U.S.) worth in damage to agriculture, infrastructure and private properties. December and January are traditionally part of the Philippines' dry season, with heavy rains more common in the islands from May to October during the summer monsoon. - CNN
Did you catch that? This was supposed to be the dry season in the Philippines. Incidentally, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) is reporting that three volcanoes in the nearby regions of Mayon, Taal and Buluscan are showing signs of increased activity.
“Results of ground deformation surveys conducted last November and December 2010 showed that the volcanic edifice remains inflated based on 2008 baseline data,” the Phivolcs said. Alert Level 1 has been raised due to Mayon’s current activity. While no eruption is imminent, Phivolcs strongly prohibited the public from wandering within the six-kilometer radius permanent danger zone (PDZ) due to the continuing threat from sudden small explosions and rock falls from the upper and middle slopes of the volcano. “Active river channels and those perennially identified as lahar-prone areas in the southern sector should also be avoided especially during bad weather conditions or when there is heavy and prolonged rainfall,” it warned. Meanwhile, 10 minor volcanic earthquakes were detected around Taal Volcano in Batangas last Saturday. Phivolcs explained that two of 10 tremors, which occurred at 1:47 p.m. and 1:48 p.m., were felt at Intensity 1 by residents in Barangay Pira-piraso located at the northern side of the volcano.” - Manila Bulletin
Speaking of volcanoes and earthquakes, researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) are reporting that the 8.8 earthquake that hit Chile in February of last year, may have set off a swarm of smaller quakes, stretching as far away as in the state of California in America, some 6,200 miles away.
"In particular, we identify triggered microearthquakes in the Coso Geothermal Field," they reported in Geophysical Research Letters. "This is one of the most seismically active regions in California," they added. "At least four microearthquakes at shallow depth (under 1.8 miles) in the Coso Geothermal Field were likely triggered by teleseismic waves from the Chile earthquake." They also noted a cluster of deep, low-frequency earthquakes along the Parkfield-Cholame section of the San Andreas Fault, they reported in Geophysical Research Letters. - MSNBC
Speaking of California, in a recent report courtesy of the Daily Mail, scientists are now warning that the threat in California goes far beyond the "long-awaited big earthquake".

Another more deadly threat awaits the West coast of America - in the form of a biblical ‘ARkStorm’, which could bring death and destruction on a scale never before seen. Walls of water 10ft high, rain falling in feet instead of inches, and nine million people’s homes flooded during a hurricane-like megastorm that could last more than month... The U.S. Geological Survey has now begun planning for the return of the ARkStorm, so named after the boat Noah used to escape the flood in the Bible. The capped-up 'A' and 'R' stand for 'atmospheric river'. They have recruited 17 researchers and a string of agencies to work with local emergency crews and government officials across California to ensure that should it arrive, they would be best prepared for it. The team says that a storm on the scale of that which struck in 1861 is ‘inevitable’ and it was widely considered the worst and longest on record. USGS chief ARkStorm scientist Lucy Jones said the weather system will start in the Tropics due to atmospheric rivers of moisture forming, grow larger and gain speed as it travels to the West coast of America where it would become roughly the same strength as a hurricane. 'We think this event happens once every 100 or 200 years or so, which puts it in the same category as our big San Andreas earthquakes,’ she said. ‘Floods are as much a part of our lives in California as earthquakes are. We are probably not going to be able to handle the biggest ones.’

This study by the USGS was part of a conference convened by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and definitely fits into the ongoing pattern of the national agency's heightened activities since the start of 2011. In January, they circulated an extensive document on the Emergency Preparedness and Response for the next catastrophic event.

The Daily Mail is also reporting that a unprecedented "huge wall of water" reaching an height of 10 feet, was seen above the Cook Inlet on Alaska's southern coast, granting surfers a riding chance for five miles.

Earlier, I published the data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA), courtesy of the Modern Survival Blog, which shows that we are currently in a rapid pole shift. Today, the British Geological Society is declaring that there may be a magnetic reversal in progress. Using the South Georgia Magnetic Observatory, they were able to detect that the magnetic field over the South Atlantic is "much weaker than elsewhere across the globe and radiation from space therefore penetrates deeper into the atmosphere."


Stormy weather in the mountains of South Georgia.
The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is known to be growing in extent and spreading westwards from South Africa, as the Earth’s internal magnetic field rapidly weakens in this region. This may be early evidence of a forthcoming reversal in the direction of the Earth’s internal magnetic field. We do not know in detail precisely what occurs during such reversals, including the changes observed in the magnetic field and the time a reversal takes to complete. However these factors are important in knowing where the radiation risk may be increased and how the atmosphere might respond. Earth’s magnetic field has had many highs, lows and reversals in its past. The last reversal was around 800,000 years ago. So the Earth is known to be able to re-generate its field and has done so during human pre-history. Understanding the development of the SAA may therefore be significant in understanding the reversal process and its impact on life and the natural environment. - British Geological Society
To further complicate and compound all these problems, Dr. Tom Termotto, the National Coordinator of the Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference, is declaring that the Gulf of Mexico is "slowly but surely filling up with oil and gas." I have already documented how the BP oil spill have had a disastrous effect on the gulf stream loop current, in this piece Termotto depicts a worsening scenario that could boil over into a monumentally chaotic predicament for the planet. A theory that dovetails and resonates with my introduction to this update, that something highly unusual has caused this evidential divergence from normalcy.


Fault line near oil well showing seeping gas-oil fluid.
As the diagrams clearly indicate, the geology around the well bore has been blown. This occurred because of drilling contiguous to a salt dome(1), as well as because of the gas explosions which did much damage to the integrity of the well casing, cementing, well bore, well head, and foundation around the well head. Eighty-seven straight days of gushing hydrocarbon effluent under great pressure only served to further undermine the entire well system. Finally, when it was capped, putting the system back under pressure forced the upsurging hydrocarbons to find weaknesses throughout the greater system, which revealed all sorts of compromised, fractured and unsettled geology through which the hydrocarbons could travel all the way to the seafloor and into the Gulf of Mexico. “The rock beds in the vicinity of a salt dome are highly fractured and permeable due to stress and deformation which occur as the salt dome thrusted upwards.” (Per BK Lim, Geohazards Specialist). Once the oil gets into the shallow faulted zones, we have an uncontrollable situation... 
Just how bad is this situation? There are actually three different ongoing disasters – each more grave and challenging than the previous one – which must be considered when assessing the awesome destruction to the Gulf of Mexico by the Oil & Gas Industry. I. A single gushing well at 7o – 100,000 barrels per day of hydrocarbon effluent for 87 days into the GOM at the Macondo Prospect along with two smaller rogue wells. II. Numerous leaks and seeps within five to ten square miles of the Macondo well with an aggregate outflow of an unknown amount of hydrocarbon effluent per day into the GOM  III. Countless small gushers and mini-spills, leaks and seeps, throughout the Gulf of Mexico, where oil drilling has been conducted for many decades, with an aggregate outflow into the GOM that can not even be estimated, but is well in excess of any guesstimate which would ensure its slow and steady demise (not too unlike the petrochemical cesspool known as the Caspian Sea)... Now then, the question remains just how vulnerable has the GOM been made to a truly catastrophic event, ending up with an overwhelming displacement of water producing tidal waves, in the aftermath of an undersea earthquake... There is no question that the ceaseless fracturing of the seafloor and fissuring of the sub-seafloor geological strata by the Oil & Gas Industry has set up a quite conducive environment for HUGE unintended consequences. We leave it up to the experts to conduct the necessary risk assessments, which will most assuredly let loose a sea of red flags about what Big Oil has done, and is currently doing, in (and to) the Gulf of Mexico... Furthermore, we are deeply concerned that, if a permanent moratorium on all new oil and gas drilling and extraction in the GOM is not put into place poste haste, the coastal communities will remain in a very precarious situation. The most immediate concern relates to the combination of ill-advised drilling activity (conducted in spite of geohazard assessments/recommendations) with unpredictable seismic events, which could trigger undersea landslides at the shelf edge causing massive water displacement. - International Citizens' Initiative
There's no telling what this elaborated and accelerated disaster will continue to have on the gulf stream. The Italian theoretical physicist, Dr. Gianluigi Zangari had declared that if the loop current fails to restart, the entire Earth would experience extreme weather conditions and anomalies, that could eventually trigger worldwide flooding and droughts, and subsequently food shortages, increase fuel prices, riots and rampant chaos. Zangari made his concerns known based on the analysis of information garnered from the oceanographic satellite data.

It is seems quite obvious that this man-made disaster in the Gulf, coupled with scalar weaponry and the usage of weather weapon systems on a grander scale than HAARP is causing this inversion and paradigm shift. An inverted pendulum of cataclysmic chaos in the Luciferian dialectic of Thesis, Anti-Thesis and Synthesis; where food riots and survival wars are now being forecast as the new religion as famine sweeps across the globe. On the heels of the turmoil in Tunisia, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, said that the civil unrest shows the instability of the the entire Mideast. Given the monumental prominence that is attached to Jerusalem, it is quite possible to see that the next step in this orchestrated game of chaos would be to bring that region into an additional turmoil, unrest, riots and ultimately war. A situation that would reverberate around the globe, plunging us into a new age of nuclear terror. What better situation for our contrived extraterrestrial saviors, the Galactic Council of 8 or the Transcendors, to come in and rescue us?

UPDATE: The Unrecognizable Planet Formerly Known As EARTH?! 

"All across the world, in every kind of environment and region known to man, increasingly dangerous weather patterns and devastating storms are abruptly putting an end to the long-running debate over whether or not climate change is real. Not only is it real, it's here, and its effects are giving rise to a frighteningly new global phenomenon: the man-made natural disaster." - Barack Obama, Speech, April 3, 2006.

If you still unconvinced about the gravity and magnitude of the preceding stories of the present weather anomalies being inflicted on the global citizenry, then perhaps the following will give you an insight into the transformation of Earth to an unrecognizable planet of cataclysmic chaos.

In a previous article, I highlighted the mysterious case of a huge sinkhole that appeared in the vegetable garden of the home of Zhang Shiyin, in the Sichuan Province in China. It now turns out that the opening is quickly expanding and becoming an ominous threat to Shiyin's house and the rest of his neighborhood.


Mysterious sinkhole in China.

A Chinese family had to leave their home after a giant sinkhole suddenly opened up in their backyard overnight. The hole is nearly 70ft wide and nobody has so far even been able to measure how deep it is. Zhang Fengrong, 58, of Leshan, Sichuan province, said he suddenly heard a roaring sound at 2am. He stepped outside and was amazed to see the giant hole opening up, and getting closer and closer to his house. At first, it was only 10ft wide, but witjhin 24 hours it had reached it's current size - and the family say they will lose their home if it gets any bigger. Zhang said he had tried to measure the depth of the pit by letting down first a 130ft rope, then a 200ft rope, but they still hadn't reached the bottom. "We can hear the sound of water when we stand on the edge of the hole, but when we throw down stones we don't hear them land or splash," he added. - Orange News

I had also included video entries to indicate that South America could experiencing major undulating movements, as an entire village in Columbia was recently swallowed up into the ground. Today, in Panama, a large land collapse and was seen on the Broad Creek and Bonita Creek roads that links to two main terminal cities near the Panama Canal.


Panama Road/Land Collapse.
Cracks and subsidence, among other damage, continue to show several sections of track or Transístmica Roosevelt Boyd, from Colon to Panama and back, following heavy rains that have lashed the area since Dec. 8 and hit the road bases. The first collapse occurred on 15 November, but the rains continued to undermine the pavement until detach on Thursday 13 January. The most serious subsidence can be seen from Bonita Creek and Broad Creek, where a segment of a lane off completely and had to be closed to access. This has caused along the road that connects the cities of Panama and there are sections disabled, such as those listed above, and that drivers have to use a single piece. Meanwhile, in the area of Rio Gatun cracks are also observed in the cloth shoulders way to the capital city. Lorenzo Romero, bus driver on the Atlantic coast, expressed concern at the deterioration that has the means and fears that yield increasing with the passage of vehicles, particularly articulated. For the inhabitants of these communities, the situation threatens the locals, who have been threatening to their own homes when the section of road gave way and caused the Duran family home slip in the area of Quebrada Bonita, Buena Vista. - Prensa
Earlier, I told you that at least 40 persons have been killed in South Africa over the last month due the effects from widespread flooding. The latest reports indicates that the South African government has recommended that a national state of disaster be declared for 7 provinces and 28 municipalities across the country.

...the minister said the floods had so far caused damage estimated at 356 million Rand (US$51.6 million). Reports received from the Northern Cape, North West and KwaZulu-Natal provinces indicated estimated damages to the tune of R50 million, R6 million and R300 million respectively...He confirmed that 40 people had so far lost their lives in the floods and more than 6,000 people had been displaced. - Bernama.
In Malaysia, the Niah National Park and Lambir Hills National Park in the Miri division have been closed by the Sarawak Forestry Corporation due to serious flooding. Recently, two teenagers were killed and about 3100 people displaced as seasonal floods hit its northern regions.

In a follow-up to the story on the volcanic activity in the Philippines, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) reports that Mount Bulusan has blown her top and is now spewing ashes in a pre-dawn explosion.


Mount Bulusan.
...the quake occurred at 2:58 a.m., accompanied by a rumbling sound audible at Monbon village in Irosin town. "(But) the explosion was not observed because the volcano summit was covered by thick clouds. Field investigation conducted this morning confirmed the presence of traces of ash deposits in Monbon, Irosin," Phivolcs said on its website on Tuesday. Phivolcs said Bulusan's alert level remains at "1." The alert level had been at "1" since November last year. The volcanologists added the source of Tuesday's activity was "hydrothermal and shallow." "However, no entry to the four-kilometer radius Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) is strongly advised, since the area is at risk to sudden steam and ash explosions," Philvolcs reminded residents. Volcanologists also advised residents in the northwest and southwest sectors of the volcano to take precautions against ashfalls. Civil aviation authorities must also warn pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano’s summit as ejected ash and volcanic fragments from sudden explosions may be hazardous to aircrafts, Philvolcs added. "Furthermore, people living near valleys and river/stream channels should be vigilant against sediment-laden stream flows and lahars in the event of heavy and prolonged rainfall," Philvolcs said.GMANews
Incidentally, Gulf Today is reporting that the death toll from floods and landslides caused by over three weeks of heavy monsoon rains in several areas of the Philippines, has climbed to 60, with hundreds of thousands of people affected.


In Pakistan, a powerful earthquake rocked its southwestern region, jolting residents as far as New Delhi and Dubai. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the quake registered at 83 km (52 miles) in depth, 55 km (34 miles) west of the town of Dalbandin, a town of about 15,000 people located in Baluchistan province, near the Afghan and Iranian frontiers. The earthquake damaged over 200 mud houses in the area of Dalbandin, but no casualties have been reported so far.

In India, houses in the Sanguem town have developed cracks from tremors. Geologists are still trying to analyze the seismological data to ascertain the cause and nature of the tremors, which caused residents to evacuate their houses. Worst, the National Institute of Virology (NIV) in India has just confirmed that a rare deadly virus called "Congo Fever" has killed three persons. The virus is a viral haemorrhagic fever transmitted by ticks and causes bleeding from the skin, mouth and nose; and can also be transmitted from animals to humans.

In flood-ravaged Australia, people in the south-eastern town of Kerang have been told to leave their homes as rising river levels threaten another community.

More than 1,000 Kerang residents have moved to a nearby evacuation centre, as the Loddon River continues to swell. The alert comes a day after a boy drowned in another area of Victoria. Further north in Queensland, floods have killed more than 30 people since the tropical storms began in November. The evacuation warning was issued by the State Emergency Service (SES) after water from the Loddon River began to seep through a levee, raising fears that Kerang could be inundated. Officials warned that the town could be isolated for five days, and advised residents to pack ample supplies. - BBC

According to the Jakarta Post, a tidal bore accompanied by heavy rainfalls and strong winds hit the shores of Sikka regency in Nusa Tenggara Timur in Indonesia, destroying dozens of homes in the area. The extent of the damage remains unknown, however, some reports said 24 houses were destroyed.

In yesterday's update, I disclosed the frightening report that scientists and geologists believe that a major superstorm could hit California by this winter with a tsunami-like wall of water. Today, the Emergency and Disaster Information Service (RSOE/EDIS) is declaring that rising sea levels may make the North Carolina coastline unrecognizable

The sea that sculpted North Carolina's coast, from its arc of barrier islands to the vast, nurturing sounds, is reshaping it once again. Water is rising three times faster on the North Carolina coast than it did a century ago as warming oceans expand and land ice melts, recent research has found. It's the beginning of what a state science panel expects to be a 1-meter increase by 2100. Rising sea level is the clearest signal of climate change in North Carolina. Few places in the United States stand to be more transformed. About 2,000 square miles of our low, flat coast are 1 meter (about 39 inches) or less above water. At risk are more than 30,500 homes and other buildings, including some of the state's most expensive real estate. Economists say $6.9 billion in property, in just the four counties they studied, will be at risk from rising seas by late this century. Climate models predict intensifying storms that could add billions of dollars more in losses to tourism, farming and other businesses. While polls show growing public skepticism of global warming, the people paid to worry about the future - engineers, planners, insurance companies - are already bracing for a wetter world. "Sea-level rise is happening now. This is not a projection of something that will happen in the future if climate continues to change," said geologist Rob Young of Western Carolina University, who studies developed shorelines. Nobody knows how high or fast the sea will rise. Water isn't likely to submerge all the state's low coastland because landowners will fight back. But the coast we know, with its fringe of salt marshes, its fluffy beaches and old harbor towns, might look like a different place a few generations from now. - RSOE/EDIS

"I will sweep away everything from the face of the Earth. I will sweep away humans and animals. I will sweep away birds of the air and the fish of the sea." - Zephaniah 1:2-3, The Bible.

As the Earth changes escalate, so does the mass animal die-off. In Yankton, South Dakota, officials are puzzled by the death of more than 200 birds.


Dead Starlings in Yankton.
The dead starlings were found in a downtown area where they had been congregating instead of migrating for the winter. Yankton Animal Control Officer Lisa Brasel tells the Press & Dakotan that a veterinarian didn't immediately find anything wrong with them. Brasel says that in more than 10 years in the animal control field she has never witnessed anything like what she did Monday. She called the scene "creepy" but said she thinks the bird deaths are just "a fluke thing." - Twin Cities
"A fluke thing"? Really? The mass bird death in Yankton comes against the background of other large animal die-offs around the world that have had people puzzled in wild wonderment, since the story first broke on New Year's Eve, when an estimated 5,000 blackbirds dropped dead in Beebe, Arkansas. Since then, reports of more bird deaths, as well as those of crabs, cows and fish, have come in from many countries around the world.

Meanwhile in Jacksonville, Florida, bird experts are trying to figure out what killed a dozen pelicans in Mayport and sickened more than 100 others.


Dead and Sick Pelicans in Mayport.
Cindy Moseling, who's been caring for and rehabilitating birds at Bird Emergency Aid and Kare Sanctuary on Big Talbot Island for decades, said she has seen her feathered friends die for various reasons, but is especially concerned this time. "The last few days, we've had quite a bit of birds dying," Moseling said. She said she's found the pelicans dead near the St. Johns River and seen at least 100 more that don't look healthy. She said it's because of something in the water. "There's something on their feathers that's taking their ability to repel water," Moseling said. "They've lost their protection from the cold." She and other bird experts don't know exactly what's wrong, but they do know something is wrong. Moseling said the deaths point to an unhealthy St. Johns River. "The birds are telling us something," she said. "The birds are screaming as loud as they can, and no one's listening." - NEWS4JAX
 In Alabama:

More dead birds are found, this time in a suburban Scottsboro neighborhood. A sample of 15 birds was sent to Auburn University. The remainder were picked up and discarded. Officials say this could just be something that happens naturally in nature. It was Monday afternoon around 1:00pm along Morning Glory and Golden Rod Drives that the dead blackbirds were found. Many dead blackbirds. "We estimate between 50 and 100," said Jackson County Emergency Management Agency Director Victor Manning.Manning was called to the scene. He says the birds were found all along a tree line. "It appeared that they were in the tree. It did not appear to be an instance where they were flying and fell out of the air," said Manning. - WAFF
In Portugal, thousands of dead octopuses have washed up on Vila Nova de Gaia, a 5-mile stretch of beach in the northern region, in what is being called an environmental disaster.


No reason has yet been found for their appearance.
TIME Magazine is reported that nearly two million animals including cattle and pigs, have been slaughtered in South Korea, in an attempt to deal with the outbreak of Hoof-and-Mouth disease, a highly contagious and destructive disease.
... in farming-heavy Gapyeong (pop. 20,071), the conversation has shifted from countryside small talk to concern and shock over foot-and-mouth disease, a deadly virus to all cloven-footed animals. Since South Korea's recent outbreak took hold in late November, foot-and-mouth has been confirmed on 118 farms across the country and has led to the slaughter of close to 1.7 million farm animals... Unable to do anything, farmers watch their animals and livelihood die before their eyes. "It's unbelievable to see what's happening," Shin says. "We have built these farms, in my case, for over 30 years. And that could all be shattered overnight."... Things could get worse. As of Jan. 11, cloven-footed animals on 3,500 farms within a certain distance of the confirmed cases have been slaughtered, according to the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, and the disease is still spreading. The methods have been rough on farmers and distant viewers alike: in the hurry to contain the disease, more than 1 million pigs have been culled, many buried alive because euthanasia drugs have run out... There have also been reports that the disease has spread to North Korea, where, according to Yonhap News Agency, the North's military has been trying to stop the spread of the disease by disinfecting farms around the country.

In addition to the deaths of the animals, meat and food prices are soaring in South Korea, with the cost of the losses and quarantine measures expected to exceed $5 billion dollars. A dire situation in the context of the current outbreak of H5N1 Avian Flu or Bird Flu, that has resulted in the deaths of nearly 50,000 poultry deaths since late last year.

"I don't mean to imply that we are in imminent danger of being wiped off the face of the earth - at least, not on account of global warming. But climate change does confront us with profound new realities. We face these new realities as a nation, as members of the world community, as consumers, as producers, and as investors. And unless we do a better job of adjusting to these new realities, we will pay a heavy price. We may not suffer the fate of the dinosaurs. But there will be a toll on our environment and on our economy, and the toll will rise higher with each new generation." - Eileen Claussen.

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