It’s been months since my last blog. Why? Oh, as the saying goes, that’s water under the bridge. Speaking of water, according to certain sources, Oregon has had the rainiest, coolest May, EVER. Enough already!
I believe that the ever increasing harsh weather, erractic weather patterns, and increasing earthquakes, etc., are a sign of things to come as we approach 2012 and beyond. The earth is in a stage of deep cleansing on many levels. Many have addressed this issue with far more detail and depth than I will do here, but business is definitely not “business as usual” in any way, shape, or form- not for our mother earth, not for anyone or anything, contrary to certain appearances that seem usual. We are being shaken to the cores of our souls to transform into the full essence of who we really are, like never ever before.
Years ago, after I had my last NDE, I found myself in the days that followed receiving divine messsages. One message I received spoke of the earth actually shifting her axis which indeed sounded quite like a radical idea in 1974. (This will be published in my book later on). I was reminded of this when I read the following article on the Huffington Post regarding the 8.8 Chili quake in Februrary of this year:
“NEW YORK — Earth’s days may have gotten a little bit shorter since the massive earthquake in Chile, but don’t feel bad if you haven’t noticed. The difference would be only about one-millionth of a second.
Richard Gross, a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., and colleagues calculated that Saturday’s quake shortened the day by 1.26 microseconds. A microsecond is one-millionth of a second. The length of a day is the time it takes for the planet to complete one rotation – 86,400 seconds or 24 hours.
An earthquake can make Earth rotate faster by nudging some of its mass closer to the planet’s axis, just as ice skaters can speed up their spins by pulling in their arms. Conversely, a quake can slow the rotation and lengthen the day if it redistributes mass away from that axis, Gross said Tuesday. Gross said the calculated changes in length of the day are permanent.”