My late husband Jeff sent me a dream message about masses of people on the move in the United States, and today, two days later, reader Mitch pointed me to a new article by Mike Adams.
Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and other cities headed for imminent water supply collapse; wave of drought refugees now inevitable
Well, of course, we knew that. At least in some part of myself, I did. I certainly knew enough not to move to the southwestern part of this country, given the way the aquifers are being drawn down and the rivers siphoned off. But did I see the “mass migration” part of it? No. I was thinking more about coastal migration, due to rising sea waters, which may also be true. And then there’s the Edgar Cayce predictions, among them that the Great Lakes will drain into the Gulf of Mexico causing the Mississippi to widen into a lake, causing the U.S. land mass to basically split in two.
Here’s more, from ten predictions of Edgar Casey:
8. New York State’s east coast and New York City itself will disappear.
9. America’s west coast will be destroyed and The Great Lakes will drain into the Gulf of Mexico through the Mississippi River.
10. Cayce envisioned that a time would come when all individuals would realize their responsibility toward one another; this will be a realization that will change the mass-thought of humanity. Cayce predicted there will be three profound archeological discoveries of a very ancient and important nature that will revolutionize the way we understand human origins. Cayce stated that this will occur when humanity reaches a higher level of spirituality. He predicted a new era of peace and enlightenment will follow the tremendous Earth changes. Cayce foresaw a new era of enlightenment and peace for humanity in the future and a unified field of energy that would someday shift the consciousness field of humanity.
This article concludes:
“Prophecy is never given for any other purpose than as a warning. For this reason, a successful prophecy is one that has been averted and therefore does not happen.”
And then, of course, there’s the slow insidious poisoning of our land and air and water by chem trails, not to mention so many G.E. nuclear plants across the U.S. of the same design as Fukushima — oh yes, and then there’s the great unmentionable, Fukushima! which spills and spills and spills some more.
Whatever the emergency conditions to prevail — and I’m not the only one who is feeling the first quivers of a lumbering collective emergence from slumber into full-on wakefulness — it behooves us to prepare both ourselves and our neighbors for whatever, and to act together, to help ourselves through it.
This evening, our Green Acres Neighborhood Association meets for its monthly potluck at Georgia’s house. Our speaker (and new neighbor) Antonia, an Americore volunteer with the city of Bloomington, has prepared a powerpoint presentation for us to absorb and discuss: Five Steps We Can Take to Prepare for Any Disaster.
It may be that this part of the country will need to see itself as a zone of refuge. Or, it may be that we too, are flooded out. Or the New Madrid Fault will blow.
Or an EMP attack. Or a solar flare. Or whatever! The key is to stay centered, stay real, and breathe.
Admit it. On a soul level, we all asked to be born during this most interesting time when we’d find ourselves either surfing or drowning in an enormous current. Ready or not, we’re heading into big rapids now. So. Do we react in fear, or do we respond in love. The choice is stark, it is clear, and it is made moment by moment.