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7/12: SALVATION IN THE LAKE OF FIRE

SALVATION IN THE LAKE OF FIRE

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

We are always being told by the technocrats that our days have been numbered. We also hear it from the new age thinkers who see doomsday in ancient calendars or we are told by politicians that our days on Earth will be cut short because of Earth changes and dire predictions of environmental disaster due to the abuses we have allegedly committed against nature.

In a series of studies published this week, researchers around the world examined the current and future threats to biodiversity, and found that nearly a quarter of mammal species are at risk of extinction, along with 13 percent of birds.

And, scientists warn the effects will eventually come back around to bite humans as well, as we ultimately depend on plants and animals for survival.

The findings were published in a special biodiversity issue of the scientific journal, Nature.

In one study, researchers from the University of Minnesota and McGill University assessed the impact of several human activities currently threatening species around the world, including habitat destruction, over-hunting, and the introduction of non-native species.

These activities, they concluded, are pushing many species on the path to extinction.

We live in times of viral populous acceptance of ideas both negative and positive.
Messages no longer travel from mouth to ear. They travel digitally and conveniently
from house to house via uplink. These viral ideas are visualized through carefully
placed predictive programming and hyper-reality.

At times, it is uncanny how we can visualize something in a TV show or movie only to
have it happen in reality later. TV and movies no longer borrow from reality; they are
now making the reality. When we see aerial views of major cities being destroyed by
natural disasters and then are told that this major event is coming in a specified year,
we must understand that this kind of imprint can actually manifest as something real
and devastating.

Apocalyptic subject matter has always been tossed around since the 1950’s; however,
we are now seeing the Apocalypse loom large in the public’s imagination. With
apocalyptic thoughts come apocalyptic imagery, and the manifestation of apocalyptic
monsters and events which by the looks of the headlines are happening right on
schedule.

In 1997, just after the appearance of comet Hale Bopp, there was an urgent message
that was sent out by the Hopi Elders regarding the future of the planet.

They claimed that there would be appearances of the red and blue Kachinas in space.
After the appearances of the Kachinas humanity would see strange things going on with
the seasons, the trees, the bees, frogs, and other anomalies in the cosmos signifying
the great transformation of human beings. The Kachinas have often been part of the
ancient, native legends to describe anomalies in the heavens and shifts in the way
humans interact with their world.

Further in the Hopi Prophecy it was stated that after the appearances of these
anomalies in the sky, the Great War, perhaps World War III would be started by those
peoples who first revealed the light , the divine wisdom or intelligence, in the other old
countries like India, China, Russia, Africa and the Middle East.

It is said that as above so below; if this is so, then perhaps we should take heed the signs form the sky. From fireballs to Planet X, it is time to admit that we are about to evolve again. This time it will be a sort of phylogenesis – that evolves into nothing.

It would be a cosmic waste if our fate is an evolution into nothingness.

In 1952, German physicist and Professor W.O. Schumann hypothesized there were measurable electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere that existed in the cavity (or space) between the surface of the earth and the ionosphere. According to NASA, the ionosphere is an abundant layer of electrons, ionized atoms, and molecules that stretches from approximately 30 miles above the surface of the earth to the edge of space, at about 600 miles.

This dynamic region grows and shrinks (and further divides into sub-regions) based on solar conditions and is a critical link in the chain of Sun-Earth interactions. It’s this “celestial power station” that makes radio communications possible. In 1954, Schumann and H.L. König confirmed Schumann’s hypothesis by detecting resonances at a main frequency of 7.83 Hz; thus, the “Schumann Resonance” was established by measuring global electromagnetic resonances generated and excited by lightning discharges in the ionosphere. While this phenomenon is caused by lightning in the atmosphere, many are not aware of the importance of this frequency as a tuning fork for life. In other words, it acts as a background frequency influencing the biological circuitry of the mammalian brain.

The resonance now has sped up – science is trying to figure out why.

This year for the first time in recorded history, the Schumann Resonance reached frequencies of 36+ Hz. So a jump from 7.83 Hz to 36+ Hz is major. That’s more than a five-fold increase in resonant frequency levels According to neuroscientists, frequency recordings of 36+ Hz in the human brain are more associated with a stressed nervous system, the faster the resonance, human and animal behavior starts to change and not for the better.

While Earth’s “pulse” rate is rising, her magnetic field strength is declining. According
to a study from the University of New Mexico, the field has lost up to half its intensity
in the last 4,000 years.

This decline can cause all kinds of changes in the natural order of things. Plants and animals will show the effects first and then man will begin to become unstable.

The effects from such a magnetic shift have been recorded thousands of years ago. Reports of earthquakes, floods, volcanic activity and plasma from space have been recorded during times that the magnetic field is rendered unstable or the pulse of the planet changes rapidly.

Charles H. Hapgood, was an American academician, and one of the best known
advocates of a Polar Shift Theory. In 1958, Hapgood published his first book, The
Earth’s Shifting Crust, in collaboration with James H. Campbell, a mathematician and
engineer.

He would correspond with Albert Eisenstein about his theories and while both
acknowledged that magnetic pole shift would take some time there are certain things
that could happen that could rush the process creating pole shifts and tectonic
displacement.

Hapgood and Einstein both acknowledged that a pole shift could occur in a short span
of time. All that was needed to create a pole shift and seismic destruction would the
approach of a huge magnetic tsunami caused by some celestial body, or the impact of
large enough meteor.

Today, I was given the opportunity to watch a sneak preview of the new CBS drama “Salvation” that will air tonight. While it wouldn’t be prudent to give away any spoilers – the plot of the TV pilot and the entire series is a dilemma that puts earth on the brink of extinction – an asteroid is on course for a direct hit on planet earth and thus we see another bit of predictive programming as the first episode dramatically shows the exploding asteroid over Chelyabinsk Russia that happened four years ago.

It reminds us that this rock form space came from out of nowhere and the explosion that resulted from it entering the Earth’s atmosphere injured thousands of people.

It could have been much worse.

The rock, which was said to be as big as a school bus was broken off from a bigger rock that passed the Earth within a cosmic hair of collision. It sent a magnetic pre-wave that triggered a 7.5 earthquake in the Ural Mountains.

On the evening of Saturday, March 12, 2005, a fireball was seen in the sky by residents ranging from southern Oregon to Seattle, WA. The time of the sighting was a few minutes before 8 PM PST. At approximately the same time, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake occurred nearby Olympia, WA. Just a few minutes later, a large power outage left thousands of Seattle residents without electricity for approximately an hour and a half.

The mainstream news reported that these events were not connected.

I would make the argument that they were all connected as the magnetic resonance was altered triggering earth changes.

We can speculate that external man-made elements are speeding up and slowing down the Schumann Resonance of Earth: the HAARP project or even the Large Hadron Collider at CERN can actually be messing with the Schumann Resonance of our planet and thereby endangering the survival of animals and humans on planet earth.

The magnetic disturbances may also be playing with concepts of time and distance as well.

A new study in quantum theory, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society, is proposing that causation can run backward through time, essentially that the future is influencing the past, or now as we speak.

The physicists behind the study reconsidered some basic quantum physics and came to the conclusion that without evidence that time ran in only one direction, then particle measurements could back and forward through time. This is essentially the equivalent of you getting a stomach ache today because of sandwich you will eat tomorrow.

With retro-causality, a particle would bring the effect of its measurement backward through time to when it was originally entangled and influence its partner.

The question is whether or not this can be applied to precognitive thought or even predictive programming that coincidentally becomes precognitive or foreshadows a major event.

If you doubt this you should keep in mind that in ancient history two of the most pervasive themes was the memory of a golden age ruled by the Gods—and doomsday.

Look at the four ages of man of the ancient past and see if anything sounds familiar to you.

During the Golden Age, there were no laws, since the people of this period kept faith and behaved well without external compulsion. Indeed, men lived in peace, since there were no threats of violence, and they had no need for either weapons or defenses. The land freely offered its bounty without the assistance of agriculture.

Then comes the Silver age, where man was ruled by a God named Jove, also known as Jehovah, or Jupiter to the Romans.

In the Age of Gold, spring was everlasting, while in the Age of Silver, less gentle climates emerged. As a result, now men took shelter from the cold and heat, as well as other harsh conditions, and built houses for the first time. In addition, plants were cultivated and harvested. Toil replaced leisure. This can be read about biblically as the fall of man.

The third age saw the race of bronze: more prone to cruelty, more quick to use fierce arms, but not yet sacrilegious.

The fourth and final age was the Age of Iron. It is during this age that things go pear-shaped. This was considered the worst of ages that suddenly gave way to every foul impiety; earth saw the flight of faith and modesty and truth and in their place came snares and fraud, deceit and force and sacrilegious love of gain. It goes downhill from there. War, betrayal, greed are all common in this Dark Age.

Now, compare this to what is happening today – was this future time line that we live in the present, or something that affected the past ages?

Is the next age the age of doomsday, and did the ancients see that as well?

It can be argued that we are living through the collapse of the first truly global civilization in Earth’s history. This is bigger than the fall of Rome. It was much more dramatic than the end for the Mayans and greater in magnitude than the fall of the ancient Egyptians.

Historians have long debated what caused the Roman Empire to collapse, revealing a host of factors related to inequality and corruption, external threats from invaders, depletion of agricultural productivity, and more.

Now science is saying that we are now entering the sixth extinction. So now you may want to look into the ancient past to see what the outcome might be.

I would like to think that in this extinction as ones in the past – there are always witnesses that will survive and write comparative histories about it.

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rose-ellen

Cause and effect, past present and future. What is that really? Reality is fluid.

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