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I saw a Suzanne Pearson video in which she said she was told by Malachi Martin that weapons exist which will make disasters look natural, but they are not. They are man-made.
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    It does seem a bit odd that one devastating hurricane (Harvey) would be followed by the worst earthquake in 100 years (Mexico yesterday) and then not one, not two, but THREE more hurricanes (Irma, Jose, Katia) all at the same time as if in PAIRS. Katia is following the path of Harvey and Jose is coming right behind Irma on the same track.
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    They haven't said so in the "news" but I've never heard of this before, and no one has said when the last time 4 hurricanes and a major quake all happened in one week in the same part of the world.
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  • Yes - was wondering myself today if there isn't some "weather adjustment" going on.  
    If any one saith that true and natural water is not of necessity for baptism, and on that account wrests to some sort of metaphor those words of Our Lord Jesus Christ, "Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost...,"  Let Him Be Anathama.  -COUNCIL OF TRENT Sess VII Canon II “On Baptism"

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    Oops! I guess she made a Freudian slip.
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    It does seem a bit odd that one devastating hurricane (Harvey) would be followed by the worst earthquake in 100 years (Mexico yesterday) and then not one, not two, but THREE more hurricanes (Irma, Jose, Katia) all at the same time as if in PAIRS. Katia is following the path of Harvey and Jose is coming right behind Irma on the same track.
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    They haven't said so in the "news" but I've never heard of this before, and no one has said when the last time 4 hurricanes and a major quake all happened in one week in the same part of the world.
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    Not only did they not mention this on the "news," but I read an article that claimed this is all perfectly normal according to unnamed "scientists" -- and of course Bill Nye the science guy (ha ha).
    They said anyone who notices the anomalies must be a conspiracy nut. So they are pretty thorough aren't they?
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  • Washington Post says hurricane acted as if following directions by GPS.
    MIAMI — This could be The Big One, again, and everyone knows it, and if people here are getting a bit frantic, that might not be an irrational response. Hurricane Irma is about as big as a tropical cyclone can possibly get, and the latest computer models show it aimed at South Florida as if following directions by GPS.

    Things that make you say hmmm.
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  • Scientist on CBS admits they do control weather -- then walks it back.
     
    https://www.infowars.com/cbs-admits-weather-modification-lasers-are-in-operation/
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  • Septembergeddon? 27 Major Disasters Have Already Happened So Far This Month


    by Tyler Durden
    Sep 11, 2017 2:40 PM

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    Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,
    Two major hurricanes, unprecedented earthquake swarms, and wildfires roaring out of control all over the northwest United States – what else will go wrong next?


    When I originally pointed to the month of Septemberas a critical timeI had no idea that we would see so many catastrophic natural disasters during this time frame as well.  Hurricane Harvey just broke the all-time record for rainfall in the continental United States, Hurricane Irma is so immensely powerful that it has been called “a lawnmower from the sky”, vast stretches of our country out west are literally being consumed by fire, and the magnitude-8.2 earthquake that just hit Mexico was completely unexpected.  As I have stated so many times before, our planet is becoming increasingly unstable, but most people simply do not understand what is happening.
    My good friend Zach Drew posted the best summary of the major disasters that we have been experiencing so far this month that I have seen anywhere…








    California is on fire.
    Oregon is on fire.
    Washington is on fire.
    British Columbia is on fire.
    Alberta is on fire.
    Montana is on fire.
    Nova Scotia is on fire.
    Greece is on fire.




    Brazil is on fire.



    Portugal is on fire.
    Algeria is on fire.
    Tunisia is on fire.

    Greenland is on fire.
    The Sakha Republic of Russia is on fire.
    Siberia is on fire.
    Texas is under water

    India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, experience record monsoons and massive death toll.

    Sierra Leone and Niger experience massive floods, mudslides, and deaths in the thousands.
    Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia are crushed in the death grip of a triple digit heat wave, dubbed Lucifer.

    Southern California continues to swelter under triple digit heat that shows no sign of letting up.
    In usually chilly August, the city of San Francisco shatters all-time record at 106 degrees, while it reaches 115 degrees south of the city. Northern California continues to bake in the triple digits.
    (()) Yellowstone volcano is hit with earthquake swarm of over 2,300 tremors since June, recording a 4.4 quake on June 15, 20017 and 3.3 shaker on August 21, 2017.

    (()) 5.3 earthquake rumbles through Idaho
    (()) Japan earthquake 6.1 possible tsunami.
    (()) Mexico earthquake 8.2 imminent tsunami. Beach lines are receded atleast 50+ meters
    Hurricanes Harvey, Irma (biggest ever recorded), Jose and Katia are barreling around the Atlantic with 8 more potentials forming

    And last but not least an X10 C.M.E solar flare two nights ago. The highest recorded solar flare ever!

    For much more from Zach, you can follow his work regularly at TruNews.com.
    Some are describing what is happening to us as a “perfect storm”, and they are wondering if even more major disasters are coming in the very near future.
    Let us hope not, because there is a tremendous amount of concern that we may not be able to pay for the disasters that have happened already.  The following comes from Politico

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    Harvey and Irma could be a breaking point.At $556 billion, the Houston metropolitan area’s economy is bigger than Sweden’s. New Jersey could easily fit inside the region’s sprawling footprint, where Harvey dumped 34 trillion gallons of water, as much as the three costliest floods in Texas history combined. The Harvey response alone eventually could double the $136 billion in government aid spent after Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans.
     
    And as of Friday, an estimated $1.73 trillion worth of real estate was in the path of Irma’s hurricane-force winds, according to the University of Wisconsin’s Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies.
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    We won’t know the true extent of the damage that has been caused down in Florida for many days, but we do know that much of the state is already without power…[/font][/size]

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    More than 3.3 million homes and businesses and counting have lost power in Florida as Hurricane Irma moves up the peninsula. The widespread outages stretch from the Florida Keys all the way into central Florida. Florida Power & Light, the state’s largest electric utility, said there were nearly 1 million customers without power in Miami-Dade County alone. The power outages are expected to increase as the storm edges further north. There are roughly 7 million residential customers in the state.
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    In the end, the federal government will likely step in and spend a lot of money that it does not have to rebuild and restore the communities that Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have destroyed.
    But we are already 20 trillion dollars in debt, and it is being projected that we will continue to add another trillion dollars to that total every year for the foreseeable future.
    At some point all of this debt will simply become completely unsustainable.
    Of course the major disasters will just inevitably keep on coming.  As Politico has pointed out, major natural disasters seem to just keep on getting bigger, and they seem to be hitting us more frequently than in the past…[/font][/size]

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    The disasters are arriving with greater frequency. Counting Harvey, the U.S. this year has experienced 10 weather-related events each costing $1 billion or more. The country averaged fewer than six big-dollar storms, flood, fires and freezes a year between 1980 and 2016, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Between 2012 and 2016, however, weather catastrophes occurred almost twice as often.
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    I know that I have been writing about these hurricanes a lot in recent weeks, and I promise to get back to focusing on the economy in the days to come.
    But it is absolutely imperative that we all begin to understand that something has fundamentally changed.  Our world has become much less stable, and “apocalyptic events” are starting to hit us one after another.
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    Re: Anyone else wonder if this Texas, Florida and Mexico are unnatural disasters?
    « Reply #10 on: September 13, 2017, 12:59:30 AM »
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    Re: Anyone else wonder if this Texas, Florida and Mexico are unnatural disasters?
    « Reply #11 on: September 13, 2017, 04:19:39 AM »
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  • I saw a Suzanne Pearson video in which she said she was told by Malachi Martin that weapons exist which will make disasters look natural, but they are not. They are man-made.
    Although they probably can, I don't know if they can control the weather or not, but either way, these storms, fires and earthquakes etc., are sent from Almighty God - and I think "we ain't seen nothing yet".
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    Re: Anyone else wonder if this Texas, Florida and Mexico are unnatural disasters?
    « Reply #12 on: September 13, 2017, 09:08:10 AM »
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  • Saw this the night before the Mexico quake. Man says there will be two hurricanes in quick succession followed by three quakes and a financial collapse. Weird.


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    Re: Anyone else wonder if this Texas, Florida and Mexico are unnatural disasters?
    « Reply #13 on: September 13, 2017, 08:03:24 PM »
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  • Although they probably can, I don't know if they can control the weather or not, but either way, these storms, fires and earthquakes etc., are sent from Almighty God - and I think "we ain't seen nothing yet".
    God permitting evil to occur (an unnatural disaster) is different than a natural disaster which is sent directly by God.
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    Re: Anyone else wonder if this Texas, Florida and Mexico are unnatural disasters?
    « Reply #14 on: September 13, 2017, 08:41:20 PM »
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  • Saw this the night before the Mexico quake. Man says there will be two hurricanes in quick succession followed by three quakes and a financial collapse. Weird.



    That is an interesting video, but the woman who is speaking appears to be a Protestant. She's quite sincere and humble, though. We'll have to see if the two hurricanes are followed by three earthquakes. If that happens, then we're in big trouble.

    I do think that the hurricanes are a judgement from God. I think it was Mater (Mrs. Matthew) who posted that Houston was set to have a gay pride parade on one of the days after the hurricane hit. And I also saw a commentary, but can't remember where, which described Houston as being a place where people could easily live without morals. Though that could describe any number of big cities, like the one I live in. 

    I think, too, that it's not a good idea to live in a big city. Because it's more difficult to evacuate when there's a disaster approaching. 


     

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