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Anything odd with the weather lately?

I've heard so many times that 'global warming'/'climate change' is a hoax. Scientific edivence and theories can either disprove or uphold just about anything, so I find it difficult to take it seriously at times. I am noticing shifts in my local weather patterns though. As a gardener I see the trees, flowers and plant life coming out earlier than usual. Insects, ladybirds, butterflies and bees busying around before they would have done in the past.

Today is March 25th 2011 and I was sunbathing in the garden at lunch time with the butterflies! That is seriously strange. The past three days have been warm. The skies have been blue. Barely a day seems to go by where the sky isn't filled with chemtrails, but not the last three days. Is it really my imagination or are the days hotter when there aren't any chemtrails in the sky? Coincidence perhaps? I don't have the answers although I seem to have noticed that correlation on a reglar basis.

The past few years me and the guys here have all been saying in March/April how it feels like the summer. Every year I think that it must be a one off and then it happens again the next year. For the past few years I've heard from friends and family all over the world (India, Hawaii, Australia) all saying that the weather is acting odd, monsoons coming on too quickly/too dry/too wet etc.

Is the weather doing anything strange where you live? You might not have noticed anything but if it does come and share on this thread when you do.


Hi Trinity,
it's interesting because I thought the weather has been particularly cold this winter in the UK as you guys seem to have had lots of snow there. My personal feeling is that the climate has gone more extreme, we now seem to be experiencing a lot longer winter and summer seasons. Here in Haikou (in the most southern part of China) we've just had the coldest winter in three decades, it's has affected the food production here. Also many more people are now awakening in the UK especially around glastonbury and bristol ares, so it could simply be that they were experiencing a wave of hyper clarity and bliss and the weather is simply mirroring that. But definitely the weather has not been normal, we can certainly expect this kind of irregularity to more and more frequent.

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Nice theory Lei :innocent: Made me smile...

Thanks for posting guys. Interesting how we are seeing changes in complete different areas of the world. Lesley reported odd monsoon weather patterns in India a couple of years back too.

I did read that Mexico lost a huge percentage of its crops in February due to unusual freezing weather.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the weather is being unaturally tampered with by a man-made weapon called HAARP. It is located in Alaska. It's also the cause of all the earth quakes and tsunamies. You can find the details on the web or look on Jesse Ventura's web site. Not to fear though, on the upside, with the activities of Openhand and many other wonderful spiritual organizations and seekers, these things will be soon nutralized!

here is something I found quite illuminating, quoting from Bill Mollison, the father of modern permaculture

"It is the character of forests to moderate everything. Forests
moderate excessive cold and heat, excessive run-off, excessive
pollution. As forests are removed, immoderate extremes ar-
rive. And of course, it is the forests that create soils. Forests
are one of very few soil-creating systems.

The effects of this on world climate are becoming apparent
both in the composition of the atmosphere and in the inability
of the atmosphere to buffer changes. In any month now, we will
break the world weather records in some way. In my home
town, we are very isolated and buffered by ocean and forest.
But we had in succession the windiest, the driest, and the wet-
test month in history, in two hundred years of recording. So
really what's happening in the world climate is not that it is
tending toward the greenhouse effect; it is not that it is tend-
ing toward the ice age; it is starting now to fluctuate so wildly
that it is totally unpredictable as to which heat barrier you will
crack. But when you crack it, you will crack it an an extreme
and you will crack it very suddenly. It will be a sudden change.
Until then, we will experience immense variability in climate.
That is what is happening.

We can just go cutting along, and in maybe twelve more
years we won't have any forests. "

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Facinating. I have a lot of respect for the permaculture guys!
Thanks for sharing. Mother Earth certainly has a regulation system to handle whatever imbalance is apparent.

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I can confirm your sightings Trinity.
Here in central Germany we have been noticing strange weather patterns and I find too, that on days with no chemtrails the weather is warmer and more friendly. Some days the sky is just a complete pale grey - not cloudy, just like a blue sky only grey. On those days the weather is strange, very often windy. I can remember windy days in spring and summer in my childhood - the clouds would race across the sky and there would be sunshine then it would get dull as clouds raced across the face of the sun...
This winter was freak. We had tons of snow in December, it piled meter high all around and the snow plows were doing overtime. January is usually our snow month, we rarely get snow in December. What was noticeable though, was that during these winter months we had hardly any sunny days. You know, crisp, cold and sunny. By the end of January we were all desperate for a spot of sunshine! We would get beautiful sunsets, surely a sign for good weather the next day, and yet next morning it would be grey, maybe even raining!
They say here that the planes have been flying during the night, especially when that has happened.

I imagine we can be prepared for unusual phenomena due to the pole shift, but I think someone somewhere is doing a hell of alot of manipulating...

Could it be that the potent solar energy is helping waking people up and that's why they're trying to use the chemtrials to block the sun's rays..?? this is a thought popped into my mind quite sometime ago... as the entire galaxy is now ascending there's more solar energy coming onto earth and that's surely part of the reason for the long term trend of global warming, but it also causes people to wake up as the human body is being forced to take in more energy from the sun.

The pole shift is an interesting topic, I did actually contemplate on it for quite a bit many months ago, it seemed to be something I was led to understand and it made me to post the 'ascension and earth changes' discussion here on Openhand http://openhandweb.org/ascension_and_earth_change
I've not read much on the pole shift since, but it seems that now increasingly more people are talking about it especially after the Japan earthquake. I wonder if Chris you have any new thoughts on this, could it be that the earth pole is going to completely shift albeit doing it gradually but at an increasing speed???

Also it's interesting that I had a very vivid earth quake and tsunami dream just about two months before the Japan quake, when the quake happened in Japan I immediately knew that's what the dream was about. I know many people have been having tsunami dreams, I love if people could share a bit about the natural disaster dreams they've had recently, maybe that could shed some more light on the climate situation. In my dream I saw very vividly buildings of several stories were completely flooded, I was also being presented with two scenes in a sequence, one was an extremely modern and tall skyscraper (actually looked distinctly Japanese), and the other was a huge explosion of water in the ocean shooting straight up into the sky just as tall as the skyscraper and I instinctively knew it was a giant earth quake in the ocean and felt very strongly nature's force to rebalance.

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Hi Lei,

I'm writing this whilst in Dartmoor in South West England towards the end of a well needed break. It's poignant actually being here with the contemplation of a possible pole shift happening in this thread. I remember being with the Marines and spending many hours navigating in the cold and wet across the barren openness of Dartmoor. Even way back then, the pole shift was nothing new to us! You always had to make an adjustment to find True North from the Grid North offered by the map. That's because the pole is CONTINUALLY shifting year on year.

However, will the north and south poles exchange entirely? Personally I think there's a big difference between Hollywood films and reality. I wouldn't hold your breath waiting!

I really don't want to see the poles completely switch, it's reassuring to hear that. Sometimes it can be hard to distinguish between films and reality when this reality is getting increasingly surreal with bombardment of misinformation everyday.. Smile

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I feel the weather is off. We have had no snow or rain to speak of and it seems to be getting worse. I love the weather now up in the foothills in Co. lol
But yes it's seems to be changing, the other day we were at 80 and the next day it was snowing, just not enough to help out. Ok So the polar shift has interested me, I read where Chris,you said where it was a normal thing back then, but is it or was it normal for airports to have to close their runways till they fixed north again? and was it at 45 miles a year? I don't know myself so I am asking. Wink because I too thought the weather might be related to the pole shift.

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Hi Sue,

I am not sure if the current climate change has anything to do with the shifting poles. I am very open to learning otherwise and have no fixed conclusion. Right now I just can't feel that happening though. What makes you suggest it is moving 45 miles a year? Where do you get the information from?

I am open to all possibilities, although I do sense that the current climate change is more to do with the exploitation of humankind upon Mother Earth and/or naturally occurring shifts. Our modernised way of life is clearly unsustainable. We've taken and destroyed that which was never meant to be taken from the planet. This is bound to have repercussions. Add this to any naturally occurring shifts and then things might happen really quickly.

The other thing I keep hearing is that global warming is a hoax. I've not resonated with anything I've heard about it being a hoax. There is a lot of mis information out there.


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Hi Sweety,
by the way your a beautiful woman with a beautiful spirit! I listened to one of your tapes and loved it, your voice is perfect for it!
anyway.... this one says 40 miles a year, everywhere it's between 40 and 45 I am not saying this is the reason, I was just curious since he has at least a little experiance maybe he would know if it was normal. I do have a feeling inside that it is all tied together somehow, but just watching and learning. The first one is the NOAA in Boulder Co.



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Thanks Lei fro the Permaculture Post. That is what I feel. There is definetly a climate change, but as Trinity mentioned that seems to have very different effects in different areas. What we seem to have happening is a "Global Weirding".

And there is a big difference between climate and weather (wich is local). According to my grandmum, summers and winters have been changing from warm to cold all her life... and it seems to be hotter there and colder somewhere else, so I do not know wether short-term obeservations are so reliable as indicators, plantary climate varied so much over time and the clycles are very long and have a big range.

I run a magazine in Germany and we tried to research wether or not the Global Warming and CO2-story s true. The result after two month of research was that we completely stopped to write anything about it, as none of us could see any way to prove either of the standpoints.

My personal conclusion was that there is a global change in climate and that this is for the most part a naturally occuring thing that just speeded up a bit through our intervention. That is my personal feeling.

I could not find the CO2 story convincing. In fact contrary to most people I belive it to be a very intelligent move for a mostly good sake. CO2 is the only substance that can be linked to almost all areas of our consumption - I can almost see the task force that was to come up with a single measure to explain people why they have to change their behaviour Wink Even though I belive it to be a lie, I can see it having mostly positive effects.

The only bad it does is that it diverts people from what I personally belive the true reason for all the changes: Gaia ascending. Actually I belive our whole solar system to be part of that process and there are some indicators that other planets in our system are warming too. (As far as I remember we couldn't find direct proof of that, but only indirect hints like cloud changes, surface storms etc.)

What if people would find out that this is part of a natural cycle and earth will change, no matter what we do - and all life with it?
(I do not say that our behaviour here on earth has no effect, it definetely has. I just belive that is much more to the actual movement.)

I do not belive in any way that Haarp has anything to do with it.

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In the last few days a state of emergency has been declared in Columbia due to flooding. They've witnessed twice the average amount of rainfall than usual for April.

This morning I learnt that Brazil has just been hit by deadly landslides and flooding.

Recently Thailand was by serious flooding after about ten times the normal amount of rainfall.

In the UK we are experiencing the hottest April on record - in places the ground is cracking under the heat.

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October 3rd 2011 and the last few days have been very odd! Odd seems to the the new 'normal'.

It has been hotter in England than Athens, Los Angeles and Barcelona with the hottest ever October temperature being recorded at 29.9C.

After barely seeing a clear blue sky all summer long the auric energy of pure blue skies at the end of September (WITHOUT chemtrails for the first two days I might add) was like living in a dream world. I couldn't sleep last night because it was too hot.

Plants and animals are confused (not to mention people who were starting to wrap up for the autumn) - many plants think it is spring already. This must have an impact on many levels as we've seen in previous years. It is not without a note of irony that I observe a 2ft high self seeded avocado tree growing in my vegetable bed. This is the UK.

Well the temperature is due to be high again today in the South-West before it tumbles to more autuminal levels throughout the rest of the week.

Anyone else having extreme or unusual weather?

    Other climate news today:
    Independent.co.uk October 3rd 2011 "Scientists have discovered a hole five times the size of Germany in the ozone layer above the Arctic, allowing harmful ultraviolet radiation to hit northern Canada, Europe and Russia this spring.

    The 2 million square kilometre Arctic hole is similar to the hole over the Antarctic, researchers write in the journal Nature, released yesterday."

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It's November 17th in Edinburgh and I'm still not using my coat, often no need of more than a jumper when I go outdoors, additionally I'm sleeping with the window open throughout the night. This unusually mild weather has been evident for weeks! It's hard to imagine that this time last year the "big snow" had already started, while this year we've not even had a proper night of frost yet!

And is it not strange that I continue to find blackberries so late in season and even find the occasional brambles with flower?


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Very interesting Fiona... as far as I know, brambles aren't meant to be flowering this time of year although until the first frost comes I imagine that they're confused with the extra autuminal warmth. Let's see how this winter is...

But I have to say I'm really enjoying the comfortable weather right now Smile This time last year I was in the tropics in the most southern part of China, it was like this temperature and it hadn't been that cold for ages. Now this winter I'm in the UK and it's like in tropical China last year, now this feels rather odd for me.

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I am hearing very strange weather reports from Hawaii.

Hail up to 3inches in diameter have been experienced! Hail is rare in Hawaii, let alone that big!

Flash floods have currently designated two of the islands disaster areas. That isn't radically unusual... Lightning without thunder is though! And a rumble before the lightning is VERY odd. Something unnatural seems to be happening. Of course there may be an explanation for this - I know if the lightning is really far away the sound of thunder may not travel... Hawaii is way out there in the 'middle of nowhere'.

    Text from YouTube video above"I posted a weather video yesterday which I tagged below. I warned there may be heavy rains, lightning and thunder. We had heavy rains and now Saturday March 3rd at 11:30 P.M. we have lightning. This is where I am a little Bamboozled..if you watch this video you will notice that there is no thunder after the lightning. However...several times before the lightning strikes you can here this strange rumble...almost like a heart beat...specifically at 0:06, 0:20, 0:27, 0:32, 0:43 and 0:48. I filmed a total of 17 shots...no tricks or replays. It was strange to hear it live to say the least. Very interesting. Created on March 3, 2012 by David Bylsma

I have noticed very wierd clouds in the UK recently - especially last week. Also an immovable haze that lasted for days over Avalon. Very different to the mists of Avalon or anything I've seen before.

Please share if you are noticing anything unusual.

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Noises in the air are being reported all around the world right now. This brief report was from Jan 2012

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There is loads of stuff going on across the globe right now. Perhaps more activity than usual. I am reading about earthquakes and volcanic eruptions happening everywhere. Seems to be much more than normal. A few other things (but this is just a tiny snippet - the tip of the iceberg really)...

March 1, 2012 – AUSTRALIA - Regions of NSW, Australia have been hit with the heaviest rainfall seen in 80 years.

March 8, 2012 – MADAGASCAR - Tropical storm Irina killed 72 in Madagascar. At least 72 people were killed when the tropical storm Irina hit northern Madagascar in late February, causing floods and landslides, authorities said on Thursday. Three people were also reported missing and some 77,911 displaced, said the National Office for Disaster and Risk Management, BNGRC.

March 5, 2012 UK and Australia - Mystery fireballs in both hemispheres: Reports of a “bright light” and an “orange glow” were received by police across Scotland and the north of England around 9.40pm. The Met Office tweeted: “Hi All, for anyone seeing something in the night sky, we believe it was a meteorite.” source: Telegraph
A fiery meteor has lit up the sky over Victoria and Tasmania. The object, described as a glowing red fireball moving horizontally across the sky about 10.45pm (AEDT) on Sunday, was an unusual sight for this time of year, according to astronomer David Reneke. Observers say the meteor was visible for about 20 seconds. souce: news.au

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It is likely to be due to increased solar storm activity right now. We have just been hit by the largest flares for fifty years. Heres's what the scientists at Imperial College London say...

    “A solar eruption earlier this week launched a huge amount of material from the Sun's atmosphere into space. This eruption (a 'coronal mass ejection') hit the Earth today, as predicted.

    "At the moment, the Earth's magnetic field is trying to deflect the solar material around the Earth, and scientists in the UK and around the world are monitoring the situation to see if our magnetic shield will hold up.

    "There is a good chance that the protection it offers will break down in the next 24 hours, leading to a geomagnetic storm."

As I said in the It feels like something big is going to happen article on March 2nd, solar storm activity is being flagged up as something to take careful note from.

About two weeks ago, I asked the universe about the relevance of such activity to our collective journey ahead. I was 'told' we'd get a physical answer very soon, but that this would just be a 'warning shot across the bows'.

Increasingly, in my knowing, this is all about an acceleration of the unwinding process. The surface of the earth has now entered a new 'timeline' within our history. This I feel most strongly.

I'm 'told' that as we progressively move forwards, these 'warning shots' are going to increase in intensity until it consciously becomes clear to all that we are moving through end/beginning times.

Then, whether people truly acknowledge it or not, it will increasingly ready people for the monumental events about to shake the surface of the earth and humanity to its very core.

In scientific circles there is also talking about solar storms coming this year. The main concern is about the nuclear stations.

If the station suffers a short circuit or power going off, the problem is that the cooling system is operating on the electricity. So if turning the systems off is done in a controlled manner, no harm will be done. But if it is aggressive and cooling systems won't be able to work, we will have a Japanese accident replicating itself.

The magnetic turbulence will cause the electric and digital systems suffer instabilities or collapse. So the thing is that nobody listens and everything is running as if there are no problems whatsoever. Probably to prevent panic or just out of denial?

Anyway, I see all kinds of responses around. The majority is denying Biggrin Very natural. Another big part saying, ok, if that happens, then it's cool. I am not going to do anything about it. So I die. And the rest, the minority, are preparing. Some are afraid, some are just doing what is necessary. And I barely know those who are actually excited or looking forward it.

I myself have ambivalent feelings Smile

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Something strange is definitely going on, sitting here now I can sense and feel it in the ether.
It feels like the phenomenons that are happening all over the world are just the tips of the iceburg, a confirmation that changing times are indeed dawning.
I question what to do about it, and my attention is drawn inside, an unravelling taking place. I feel uncertain, unsettled, a degree of fear, but through it a sense of inevitability and rightness, a knowing that whatever is taking place is really not to be feared but embraced. Whatever this journey has in store for us, I know the only way to walk it is with open arms (and hands of course Smile )

With love

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Yesterday I went up a local hill fort from where I can normally see the flat pasturelands and open sea for miles along the coast overlooking Bridgwater Bay in Somerset. It was just before sunset. To my surprise I couldn't see anything except thick white mists billowing in from the sea. From the horizon to a few fields away nothing but frothy whiteness. Above it was a small gap and then a horizontal band of mustard coloured haze which was covering a 360 degree panorama when viewed from the top of the hill fort.


I heard this talk by Peter Taylor called 'Consciousness and Climate Change' at a festival last year. I felt there was a lot of truth and clarity in it. You can watch all 5 parts here - http://youtu.be/Rx5GnsL_ETU

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Here is just one of the many odd weather stories that I have heard this week...

    Bizarre Irish weather for June has resulted in an ice storm in Donegal and pounding rain and flooding throughout the country.

    The ice storm left several inches of ice near the village of Termon in Donegal the Irish Independent reported.

    Local photojournalist Frank McGettigan stated he had never seen anything like it "No one around here has ever seen anything like this in June before. It was really odd."

    A Met Eireann forecaster Joan Blackburn expalined the phenomenon "All rain starts as a frozen product," she said. "A downdraft would push the hail down quicker than it can melt, and this is not unheard of. Also, it's not particularly mild, and because the shower is so intense, the hail doesn't have time to melt and fall as rain."

    Forecasters warned there is no let up in sight for the Irish with heavy rain and flooding predicted nationwide making last week’s heat wave a fond memory.The weekend will be unsettled, with some dry spells. "It has been wet -- and it's going to be wet," Ms Blackburn said.

    However she said conditions will improve "Dry weather will start to make its way up the country, but it will be windy and wet for a lot of places.

    "There is going to be strong and very gusty northwesterly winds, with gales of up to Force 9. The rainfall isn't quite as bad, but it will still be wet, and Ulster will be the
    the last to dry out."

    Police are warning of tough driving conditions. "Please be aware of all others on the road and travel a safe distance from cars in front of you," a spokesman said.

    "Conditions can be changeable from area to area, so always drive at a speed suitable to conditions, and remain conscious that flooding may occur and visibility may be reduced."

Source: The Irish Central

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This is really interesting. A couple of months ago we had a mysterious haze here in the distance. It took a long time to clear. I particularly noticed as I wanted to shoot video of the local views. It wasn't normal. Very noticable during my morning walks up the Tor (big big hill in Glastonbury, that affords views as far as the horizon), when I could normally see for miles all the way to the sea.

    June 12, 2012 – CHINA

    Young and old residents of the Chinese metropolis of Wuhan were advised to stay indoors on Monday after a thick haze blanketed the city of nine million people, official media said. Described by residents as opaque with yellowish and greenish tinges, the fug descended suddenly in the morning, prompting people to rush to put on face masks, witnesses told AFP. The official Xinhua news agency quoted the environmental protection department of Hubei province saying in a statement: “Children, the elderly and people with heart or respiratory diseases are advised to stay indoors.” Xinhua said straw burning was the cause and denied there had been any industrial accidents in or near Wuhan, after Internet rumors suggested there had been an explosion at a chemical complex northeast of the city. “I looked out of the window of my office and I could not believe my eyes,” said resident Li Yunzhong. “At first I thought it was going to rain. In 31 years in Wuhan I have never known anything like it. We are very worried because we do not know what it is.” France’s consulate-general in the central city advised residents to stay at home, close their windows and limit the use of air-conditioning. “The source of the thick cloud that has covered the city of Wuhan since this morning is at present unknown,” it said on its website. “Local authorities have promised us the information as soon as possible.” Xinhua described the haze as grey-yellow in colour and said it was seen in seven cities in Hubei province, including Wuhan. Air pollution is increasingly acute in major Chinese cities and authorities are frequently accused of underestimating the severity of the problem in urban areas, especially in Beijing. Air-quality monitoring showed Wuhan’s PM10 particulate concentration stood at 0.574 mg per cubic metre at 2:00 pm, more than triple the daily average of 0.150 mg, Xinhua reported.

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/chinas-wuhan-city-covered-mysterious-haze-14534007...

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My sense is that it may be to do with solar storm activity. The Earth's magnetic field is currently decreasing and the poles are shifting. This reduces the barrier affect to solar storm activity which is increasing at this time.

In such circumstances, solar releases can cause noxious gases to be released into the atmosphere. This is what it may well have been about.

It's so weird. Here in Israel, everything is normal till now. Why is that?

I now get the funniness of this question. Like it is not normal that the weather is normal somewhere hhhh

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Hawaii had it's turn in March. Ireland just had it. Now it is Dallas turn. Very strange indeed!

DALLAS, June 14 (UPI)

    Dallas residents set to work Thursday cleaning up and repairing damage from a sudden hailstorm forecasters called one of the city's worst in 10 years.

    Tennis ball-sized hailstones began to shower down with alarming speed around 6 p.m. Wednesday, smashing windows and skylights, tearing apart trees and denting cars -- although no injuries were reported -- The Dallas Morning News reported Thursday.

    "This will definitely be up there in the rankings of Dallas' worst hailstorms in the last 10 years," said Nick Hampshire of the National Weather Service.

    Greenskeepers got busy early Thursday repairing countless divots left in the Lakewood Country Club golf course. The Lakewood Theater's tower and marquee will remain dark for some time, the handmade neon tubes destroyed by the hail.

    Five lily pads on "Persian Pond" -- an installation by famed glass artist Dale Chihuly at the Dallas Arboreum -- were smashed by hailstones. Attendees of "Chihuly night" were forced to take cover when the storm hit.

    Body shops, glass repair shops and repair services have been inundated with damage claims, some even having to turn away customers. Insurance companies buckled under an unprecedented call volume.

Source: UPI
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There has been so much up with the weather lately that I hardly know where to begin. I don't think anyone can really ignore that something is going on...


Feel free to share your updates too.

Réka's picture

All time heat records in Hungary not only today but several times in the past weeks... Daily average 38-40 degrees - not "quite" usual...

I love it though, can't have enough heat and sun Smile

We've seen no clouds or else than blue sky for over a month.

Tragic though is the very serious lack of rain: after the driest autumn and spring in decades, we basically had no rain again for many many weeks, which can be detrimental for agriculture, to say the least.

Just last night I was watching a documentary on HAARP's effect specifically on the wheather, and how different countries using HAARP technologies never communicate with each other (no surprise there).

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Our area of West Virginia still has folks without power from the storm two weeks ago. People are not used to this, but I think the effect of the storm has been rather helpful for the most part. Neighbors helping each other, only being able to pay in cash due to no debit or credit card machines, a real healthy wake up call in our neck of the woods and almost all the way up the east coast of the US.

Open's picture

Hi tasha,

Hearing your feedback makes it all the more real and that's so important for us all. Thankyou.

We are one global family now. What happens to someone somewhere in the world happens to us all. We will all be influenced by the earth changes coming.

I found it so positive and uplifting to hear of people helping one another out in the difficulty. We must keep sharing, connecting, and together, helping each other realise our eternal spirit beyond the physical reality of this realm.

My heart reaches out to you.


I really am feeling for weeks now when I look up to the misty skies overshadowowed by blackness and sudden moments of sunshine that this is the beginning of the end, moreover the end of the beginning !

Well it was predictable with the increasing temperatures that wild fires across the US would break out. It's something we can expect to increase as climate change accelerates...

    "Whipped by high winds, a wildfire in central Washington state has scorched 26,500 acres and destroyed at least 60 homes, officials said Tuesday. The fire raging near Cle Elum is one of several devastating Western states this week. Colorado paid the price earlier this summer. Now, new wildfires are burning through sagebrush, grass and beetle-killed lodgepole pines in California, Oregon, Nevada, Washington and Idaho. In all, 62 fires, including 16 new large fires, were burning as of Tuesday, the U.S. Forest Service reported. They have destroyed dozens of homes and are threatening many more. Washington’s Taylor Bridge Fire began as a brush fire Monday afternoon. By midnight, it had swallowed up 16,000 acres, and by Tuesday, 16,500 acres, or 41 square miles, were burning. Authorities have already evacuated people near the Taylor Bridge Fire and called for more evacuations Tuesday, according to the Kittitas County Fire & Rescue District 7. CNN affiliate KING reported 400 homes have been evacuated as winds shifted, blowing toward several pockets of homes and subdivisions. In Idaho, a blaze has killed a 20-year-old firefighter. Two other firefighters have been injured in Oregon and California. Anne Veseth died Sunday while fighting the Steep Canyon Fire near Orofino, said Phil Sammon of the Forest Service. He said the death was accidental but could not confirm how it happened. However, CNN affiliate KTVB said Veseth was killed by a falling tree. Residents of Veseth’s hometown, Moscow, remembered the young college student as someone who always gave back to community. “This is a stark reminder of how dangerous the business is that we are in,” Sammon said. “We are extremely saddened by this loss.” Residents evacuate as hundreds of fire fighters battle California wildfires. On Tuesday, the fire danger spiked with searing temperatures and single-digit humidity across Western states. In some places, winds were gusting up to 40 miles per hour." - CNN

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Latest news from the Mississippi drought.
If this is not a warning to be heeded, a message that something has to change in society, then I don't know what is...

    The worst drought in more than 50 years is having a devastating impact on the Mississippi River. The Mississippi has become very thin and very narrow, and if it keeps on dropping there is a very real possibility that all river traffic could get shut down. And considering the fact that approximately 60 percent of our grain (NYSEARCA:JJG), 22 percent of our oil (NYSEARCA:USO) and natural gas (NYSEARCA:UNG), and and one-fifth of our coal travel down the Mississippi River, that would be absolutely crippling for our economy. It has been estimated that if all Mississippi River traffic was stopped that it would cost the U.S. economy 300 million dollars a day. So far most of the media coverage of this historic drought has focused on the impact that it is having on farmers and ranchers, but the health of the Mississippi River is also absolutely crucial to the economic success of this nation, and right now the Mississippi is in incredibly bad shape. In some areas the river is already 20 feet below normal and the water is expected to continue to drop. If we have another 12 months of weather ahead of us similar to what we have seen over the last 12 months then the mighty Mississippi is going to be a complete and total disaster zone by this time next year.

    Most Americans simply do not understand how vitally important the Mississippi River is to all of us. If the Mississippi River continues drying up to the point where commercial travel is no longer possible, it would be an absolutely devastating blow to the U.S. economy.

    Unfortunately, vast stretches of the Mississippi are already dangerously low. The following is an excerpt from a transcript of a CNN report that aired on August 14th….

    "You might think this is some kind of desert just outside of Memphis. It’s not. I’m actually standing on the exposed bottom of the Mississippi River. That’s how dramatic the drought impact is being felt here. Hard to believe, a year ago we were talking about record flooding. Now, they are worried about a new kind of record: a record low. The river was three miles wide here, it’s now down to three tenths of a mile. And that’s causing all kinds of problems. There are some benefits, I mean, take a look over here: new beach front. In fact, some quip that now the Mississippi River has more beaches than the entire state of Florida, which would be funny if it didn’t have an impact on trade.

    A lot of stuff we use goes up and down the Mississippi River. We are talking steel, coal, ore, grain. The problem is now a lot of those barges have had to lighten their loads, and even doing that, they are still running aground. There is a real fear that there could be a possibility of closing the Mississippi River. If that happens, well, all that product that used to be carried cheaply by barge is now going to be carried more expensively by truck or train. And guess who is going to pay for all of that."

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Trinity's picture

I've read countless stories of 'strange unheard of rumblings in the skies' across the world in recent times. No body seems to know what it is.

Last night, here in Glastonbury, we heard the wierdest rumbling in the sky over a period of perhaps 10 minutes. Initially I thought it was thunder - then I realied it didn't sound like thunder at all. Never heard anything like it. It sounded very distant, almost like repeated distant explosions. It would pause and then go again, until, eventually it stopped.

There isn't really any clue to what it was.

25th Aug 2012

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This is an interesting documentary about chemtrails and the reasons why people try to control weather.

If i remember correctly, Chris wrote a while back that one of the reasons Lemuria was destroyed was because people tried to manipulate the weather.. I wonder if this is history repeating itself.
Watching the documentary, made me feel angry. I mean all these so that someone can have power and control over people and governments?? Dont we know that it wont have a good ending?
I dont understand how i can process this anger. The fact that i can do almost nothing about it is frustrating. Or even if i can it is not easy and it will take a lot of time. its not like we will tell them to stop spraying and they will. At the same time there are so many other problems, that you dont know from where to start. I guess what im saying is that even if people try to force governments to stop spraying, will it change anything? there are so many problems that even if you fix one it will not change anything.. and we cant change them all.
So what do i do? i just lay back, watch all these happening and wait for the end of the world?


Open's picture

Hi Vaso,

I deeply feel and empathise with you.

Your heart-felt question inspired me to write this...


Much love

David's picture

Great and insightful documentary.
Pretty frightening to see the lengths at which we, and the planet are being manipulated and controlled. I don't find it easy to stomach at all, but also realize the benefit in feeling, sharing and expressing around the subject.
Thanks for posting Vaso.


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Excerpt from interview taken from http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
This strongly supports my feelings that it's coming. Now is the time to rise up, not to stop this - because we can't - but to remember who we are!

    Wiser Now: Is there a hierarchy or sequence of geological events that will signal the start of an ELE?

    Alvin Conway: “The planet’s magnetic field strength declines, there is magnetic polarity deviation or migration, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions increase, there are changes in ocean temperature and salinity, and the climate basically unravels. This is underscored by an expansion of magma and rise in convection in the planet’s mantle. The earth’s crust experienced the most violence in the Pacific Ring of Fire from catastrophic rupturing when there was a magmatic expansion of the planet. As I wrote in The 7th Protocol, the first time the planet had a magmatic expansion, the fountains of the great deep were broken up and geysers of hot water destroyed the world by a flood. The rupture was very pronounced in the Pacific basin, which is why the underlying geology is so fractured, and why the region is now so seismically and volcanically active. Another massive fissure occurred along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which almost cracked the crust of the planet in two. The first magmatic expansion released the fountains of water from the deep. The next expansion will unleash the magma from faults, cracks, and plumes already present in the crust. Volcanoes are erupting en masse, and will continue to do so to dissipate the build-up of thermal pressure in an attempt to prevent a catastrophe. If the planet’s heat cycle cannot be console by planetary geologic processes, the spectrum tilts toward an Extinction Level Event (ELE). Consequently, volcanoes also are our first telltale sign that something has gone awry with the planet. We’re witnessing evidence of another magmatic expansion across the planet with near simultaneous ground inflation occurring from magma intrusion at Yellowstone, Long Valley, Uturuncu in Bolivia, El Hierro in the Canary Islands, Santorini in Greece, Marsili in the Tyrrhenian Sea, Katla in Iceland, and the ground around Mt. Fuji in Japan. These are the early warning signs, along with increased seismicity along tectonic plate boundaries (especially in subduction zones), that something is amiss. No part of the planet will be left unscathed from these changes.”

    Wiser Now, October 2012 – Earthchanges coming, Ready or Not
    (The Wiser Now Interview: Alvin Conway)

Trinity's picture

I suspect that this is simply an echo of what is going on around the world in different shapes and forms, whether flooding or drought.

I know local gardens all seem to be saying the same thing across the globe. Our garden took a bashing, fungal and mold infections seems to be rampant!

I read this morning in on the BBC news:

    Food prices look set to rise after poor UK harvests due to recent wet weather.

    The National Farmers' Union (NFU) said wheat yields in England were down by almost 15% on the five-year average, with productivity down to 1980s levels.

    The British Retail Consortium said food prices were already being driven up after a rise in grain costs following the worst drought in 50 years in the US and a heatwave in Russia.

    Poor UK harvests also mean smaller fruit and vegetables than normal.

    This summer was the second wettest in the UK since records began, Met Office figures indicated. The only summer - defined as June, July and August - which was wetter since national records began was in 1912.

    A drought across much of England during the spring followed by record-breaking wet weather has meant a poor wheat harvest for many farmers, the NFU said.

    NFU figures suggested wheat yields were down by 14.1% - but some farmers in the wet western half of England were reporting even lower yields, it said.

    Meanwhile, the global price of wheat has risen by some 30% over the past 12 months, adding to fears over rises in food prices.

    Richard Dodd, of the British Retail Consortium, said: "Whilst retailers are certainly doing all they can to protect customers from the full impact of that, of course some of that inevitably will impact on shop prices."
    'Challenging time'

    The extreme weather has taken its toll on the amount of food produced and the quality of food and grain.

    Martyn Jones, from the Morrisons supermarket chain, said that, for example, carrots were not quite as sweet as previous years, and the available volumes of some food was down - about 25% across most potatoes and root crops.

    He said consumers would also see smaller fruit in the shops, and yields of fruit were also down.

    Ian Johnson, south-west England spokesman for the NFU, said it had been a "challenging time" for all farmers because grain is globally traded.

    He said it was not just consumers who were affected by increasing prices.

    "The consequence of poorer grain harvests isn't just in the price of bread but also in the cost of what farmers feed animals," so farmers do not want to see price hikes, he said.
    'Realistic returns'

    He said winter barley yields were up 1.6%; spring barley yields were down 7.4% and oilseed rape yields were up 5.9%, so it was a "mixed picture" but the wheat harvest was the most crucial.

    Mr Johnson said fruit and vegetable crops had also been affected, with potatoes and apples particularly badly affected.

    The adverse conditions cause blight, mildew and disease to get into crops, he said.

    Mr Johnson said that if a pattern of winter drought followed by unexpected huge amounts of rain continued then it would have to be addressed by changes in technology or farming techniques, such as planting in different ways or at different times.

    "Farmers will engage in this provided they will see realistic returns but if they don't then they are not going to," he said.

    But he said retailers also needed to have sufficient provision to cushion farmers during such times.

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I've been hearing lots of trickles of odd weather around the world. Weird weather actually seems to be the norm!

Here's the latest from New South Wales:

    October 14, 2012 – AUSTRALIA - Snow has fallen across New South Wales and the ACT as a cold snap hits the region. The unseasonal weather saw residents in areas including the Blue Mountains and southern tablelands waking up to snow on Friday. There is also snow around Canberra, following the coldest October day there in more than 40 years. There was a maximum temperature of 8C in the Canberra area on Thursday, 11 degrees below the October average and the coldest since 1967. Overnight snow fell in the hills between Canberra and Bungendore and in areas around Goulburn and Crookwell to the north. The Bureau of Meteorology said many areas could see snow, frost and hail as the result of a low pressure system moving across NSW. “We’ve had quite a few reports of snow. We’re expecting snow down to 700m over many parts of the state,” said meteorologist Julie Evans. There has been 2.5cm of snow on the ground reported at Nerriga, in the southern tablelands. In the Blue Mountains, snow has been falling between Blackheath and Katoomba. Sussex Inlet on the south coast experienced a thunderstorm about 4am on Friday, with “extensive small hail” falling, Ms Evans said. “We do get this late season snow but it doesn’t happen very often,” she added. “The last time was in 2008 when we saw snow in the Snowy Mountains and central tablelands in November.” In some areas, the temperatures will struggle to reach double figures on Friday, with central western Orange seeing a high of 9C. On Saturday, temperatures will dip below zero with Walcha, in the state’s north, due to get a low of -4C. The low pressure was expected to affect Sydney in the form of heavy rain on Friday, along with a “”harp increase in wind,” Ms Evans said. Coastal areas will bear the brunt and surfing conditions were described by the meteorologist as dangerous. On Saturday there is likely to be extensive frost up and down the tablelands but temperatures are set to improve across the state as the weekend progresses. Ausgrid has warned residents in Sydney, the Central Coast and Hunter Valley to beware of power lines that may have fallen as a result of the bad weather. Ulladulla on the NSW south coast was hit by strong winds and rainfall. The town saw 225mm of rain fall in less than 24 hours and there were gusts of 47 knots on Friday morning, approaching 90km an hour. South of the town, heavy storms led to even higher falls, with 288mm at Burrill Lake in the same period. In Sydney, large swells caused the cancellation of ferries between Manly and Circular Quay. The Great Western Highway has been closed in both directions at Wentworth Falls due to heavy snow and black ice. The cold front had already swept through South Australia, causing unseasonal snow flurries around Adelaide and trapping a school group who were hiking in Victoria. In Queensland, there also have been reports of sleet hitting part of the state’s southeast. –Herald Sun

Original article: http://www.heraldsun.com.au/ipad/snow-falls-in-nsw-and-act/story-fnbzs1v...

The lady says 'It's October for heavens sake, we should be swimming not building snowmen'...

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I'd taken a break from the 'anything odd with the weather' thread here for a while. It just seems that there is 'odd' whether just about EVERYWHERE. Every day, I read reports from all around the world. Seems like it is becoming the new 'normal'.

After last years 'freak' hailstones, the size of tennis balls in Hawaii, my jaw dropped when I saw what they have just had in India. Hailstones the size of BOULDERS!!!

    February 1, 2013 INDIA

    Hailstones the size of boulders have rained down on villages in southern India. At least nine people were killed when the violent weather hit several villages in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The hailstorm which lasted for almost 20 minutes, destroyed crops, houses and live stock, causing devastating financial implications for residents. It was once-in-lifetime experience for people living in seven villages in Chevella, Moinabad and Shankarpally. The hailstones started falling from the sky on Tuesday night and covered the entire villages under the snow-like blanket. Some women were seen attempting to sweep up the massive boulders using flimsy brushes more suited to lighter debris. Dr K. Sitarama, director, Meteorological Centre Hyderabad, said: ‘The hailstorm was caused by an intense thunderstorm. ‘Such occurances are highly localized and restricted to a small area.’ The storm in the south was extremely rare as the deadliest hailstorms, and perhaps the largest hailstones, in the world occur on the Deccan Plateau of northern India and in Bangladesh.
    Source: Daily Mail

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I can't ever remember it being so cold here in the UK at this time of year. One day I have so many layers on to try and keep warm from the chilly weather; the next day we might easily be in a vest feeling as if the sun is beginning to burn our skin.

The weather is odd, the world over right now. Here's one such example in the USA...

    April 30, 2013 – MINNESOTA – April has been a freakishly cold month across much of the northern USA, bringing misery to millions of sun-starved and winter-weary residents from the Rockies to the Midwest. “The weather map … looks like something out of The Twilight Zone,” Minneapolis meteorologist Paul Douglas of WeatherNation TV wrote on his blog last week. Record cold and snow has been reported in dozens of cities, with the worst of the chill in the Rockies, upper Midwest and northern Plains. Several baseball games have been snowed out in both Denver and Minneapolis. Cities such as Rapid City, S.D.; Duluth, Minn.; and Boulder, Colo., have all endured their snowiest month ever recorded. (In all three locations, weather records go back more than 100 years.) In fact, more than 1,100 snowfall records and 3,400 cold records have been set across the nation so far in April, according to the National Climatic Data Center. Unfortunately for warm-weather lovers, after some mild temperatures the past few days, the chill is forecast to return as the calendar turns to May: Accumulating snow is forecast overnight Tuesday night and Wednesday in Denver and in Minneapolis-St.Paul by Wednesday night and Thursday, said AccuWeather meteorologist Mark Paquette. And across much of the central USA, temperatures will be from 25 to 45 degrees colder on Wednesday than they were Monday, according to AccuWeather. For instance, Denver should see a high of 35 degrees Wednesday, after a high near 80 on Monday. As for the cause of the ongoing cold? A stuck weather pattern that’s continued to funnel frigid air into the central USA from Canada for the past few months. Specifically, the troublemaker is what’s known as a “blocking” area of high pressure over Greenland, eastern Canada and the North Atlantic Ocean, which favors a cold northwest flow of air over the central and eastern USA, Paquette said. If you want warmth, he said, head west: Hot, dry, windy conditions will prevail this week in much of southern California and Arizona, where highs will top out in the 90s. Meanwhile, in Minnesota, the snow, rain and sleet that has dragged well into April means money lost for golf courses that have been unable to open. Territory Golf Club director Doug Stang in St. Cloud was asked last week if he’ll ever see anything like this spring again: “I don’t think so,” he said. “This is just too bizarre.” –US Today: http://www.usatoday.com/weather/

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    "Jet Stream in chaos: Spring has gotten off to a colder- and snowier-than-average start in parts of the United States, particularly in the eastern Rockies and Upper Midwest. Duluth, Minn., for example, has seen 51 inches (130 centimeters) of snow this April. That’s not only the most snow the town has seen in any April — breaking the old mark of 31.6 inches (80 cm) — but the most snow the town has received in any month, ever, according to government records. As of Monday (April 22), a total of 995 snowfall records have also been broken so far this month, according to AccuWeather. Over the same time period last year, 195 snowfall records had been broken. More than 91 percent of the upper Midwest also has snow on the ground as of today (April 24), meteorologist Jason Samenow wrote at the Washington Post’s Capital Weather Gang blog. “Snow cover in the previous 10 years on this date hasn’t even come close to reaching this extent (ranging from 19 percent to much lower),” he wrote. So why has spring failed to take hold? Blame the jet stream. The record snow and below-average cold is due to a trough or dip in the jet stream, which has brought blasts of freezing air as far south as the Mexican border, said Jeff Weber, a scientist with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo. This dip in the jet stream has also brought moisture from the Pacific to the Eastern Rockies. Boulder, Colo., for example, saw 47 inches (119 cm) of snow in April, breaking the old record of 44 inches (112 cm). From the dip, the jet stream then swoops up to the north toward Minnesota, bringing new moisture with it from the Gulf of Mexico, Weber said. That has made for snowy conditions throughout the region. This persistent trough has largely stayed in place during much of April, due in part to a stubborn mass of warm air over Greenland and the North Atlantic, Weber said. A similar system was also responsible for the record cold seen in March throughout much of the Eastern United States. This mass of air has blocked the normal eastward progression of the jet stream, which normally brings warm air from the south and west into the central United States. Instead, this “buckled” jet stream has been stuck in place, bathing the Rockies and Upper Midwest in cold, and often moist, air, Weber said." http://www.livescience.com/29004-record-spring-snow.html

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When I was in the States recently, they were using this unusual spring 'cold spate' as an excuse to suggest that actually, global warming wasn't happening at all. Apparently scientists are baffled why at least parts of the world appear to be cooling. And so there's "no such thing as man made global warming, it's a fallacy".

How blinkered. Firstly as ice melts to become water you'd think the surrounding temperature would rise. But actually, initially at least, the reverse is true. Bear with me a while on the science, but water has a higher 'specific heat capacity' then ice, meaning that the process of melting ice has to absorb heat in order to render the fluid.

    It's like if you baked a cake in the over with a runny liquidy layer in it, the liquidy layer will always feel hotter than the solid part - because it contains more energy.

According to comprehensive recent satellite studies, the polar ice caps have melted faster in the last 20 years than at any time in the previous 10,000. The rate of ice loss from Greenland for example is almost five fold in comparison to the mid 1990's (here's the full report...Polar ice sheet melting faster than ever)

So as this ice gets released into the seas, it's likely to have a cooling affect initially which is also going to affect air flows like the gulf stream, which is probably the reason why our springs have been so cold.

However, when the ice has mostly gone, and the Arctic is fast approaching the state where it has no more ice in the summer, then the warming could accelerate quickly across the globe.

It's so important that we inform ourselves and understand why: that we're not complacent, because major change is on its way and we must become increasingly adaptable and aligned with the flow. To me, this is all a vital part of our Ascension.

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No wonder I needed to put the woodburner on yesterday.
How unusual!

    *Up to 2in snow reported in Princetown, Devon, and Rhayader, Powys
    *And 3in snow fell on high ground in Shropshire near Welsh border
    *Month's rain in 24 hours to 7am today in Pembrey, Carmarthenshire

    May 15, 2013
    UNITED KINGDOM – It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – so it’s rather odd that we find ourselves in mid-May. Snow fell across parts of Britain last night while another area had a month’s rain in just 24 hours as winds of up to 65mph battered the country’s coastlines in unusual weather for the month. Up to 3in of snow fell in Princetown in Dartmoor, Devon, Rhayader in Powys, and Newcastle-on-Clun in Shropshire – while Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, had 3in of rain in the 24 hours until 7am today. Local woman Sheila Coates told BBC Radio Devon: ‘It’s crazy. Last night I couldn’t see out of my front window for the snow. I’ve lived here all my life, and I’ve never known weather like it at this time of year.’ Up to 3in of snow also fell on high ground in the rural county of Shropshire last night – sparking fears of flooding in the rest of the region, as two local rivers were given flood warnings. Mike Steedman, owner of the Anchor Inn in the hills above Newcastle-on-Clun, near the Welsh border, said. ‘It started at about 11pm and it came in wet and heavy. It’s beginning to go now. And ramblers and cyclists got more than they bargained for when snow lashed the Pennines in Cumbria as sunny May weather suddenly turned into something you would expect in January. The southern coast was hit hardest last night with police in Devon and Cornwall reporting slates coming off roofs and trees blocking roads, as rain lashed across much of the country. In Devon and Cornwall hundreds of homes were left without electricity. Residents were also bracing themselves for floods – with 14 separate alerts in place across the two counties. The Isles of Scilly bore the brunt of the Atlantic gales but freak snow flurries were reported in Exmoor and Dartmoor, where residents said the conditions were more like mid-winter than May.

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The small city of George where I live is centred in an area referred to as the Garden Route due to is biodiversity and is really a beautiful part of South Africa. It has been historically categorised as the rain capital with an average rainfall of about 900mm annually. Isolated by the Outeniqua mountain range from the inland Karoo region and bordering the sea, we have a rather unique climate that is typically at odds with the local weather predictions. Our local vehicle number plate is CAW which is known jokingly far and wide to stand for Cold And Wet!

Our "early" warning came in 2005, with serious flooding due to heavy rain. In August of 2006 George was hit by unprecedented flooding with 230mm falling within a few hours and was only not declared a disaster area due to political and technical reasons (it was thought that such a declaration would impact on tourism, upon which the area relies heavily). A year later, high seas and heavy rainfall saw a third flood and further infrastructural damage that took two years to repair. The latter part of 2008 ironically saw the initial stages of the worst drought in recorded history (official data going back to 1940) and certainly within living history and lasted two years with severe water restrictions being imposed. Over this period we have never returned to normal and more recently we have been experiencing rain storms with heavy thunder. Lightning in George is quite literally unknown and having spoken to many old residents in town it is an almost unheard of phenomenon.

When I was a kid, global cooling seemed to be the in thing and ice age scenarios were bandied about, now its global warming - personally, neither resonate with me. I do believe that geotechnical engineering and manipulation of the weather for economic, political and consciousness agenda's is not conspiracy theory, it has been an ongoing and implemented science from the late fifties - this disregard for the Earth's natural balance is a truth. I anchor Love back to our Mother in the knowledge that it is something that I can do.

Anecdotal and statistical evidence strongly suggests that our weather patterns locally are no longer an eccentricity of the area but entirely uncharacteristic.

With Love & Gratitude, in Peace


Ben's picture

I looked out the window early this morning, whilst it was still dark. The sky was almost completely clear from horizon to horizon, save for a few twinkling stars and the hint of the dawn. But high over head already the planes where at work spraying. I watched as a plane etched a swathe through the sky across just a few other recent 'trails 'scars'. I wondered if they were spraying that early to avoid notice?
Although there was little wind or extreme temperatures, by around 8.15 when I looked out again nearly the whole sky was already covered in little 'mini' clouds. By about 9.30 there was almost complete cover, and the sky was grey.
It was really just interesting to observe how the weather was transformed in just a few hours. and it seemed obvious that it's been manipulated.

I think people still don't know that they're already manipulating the weather. look up into the sky and observe!


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An interesting observation Ben and something that Michelle and I both commented on often while in the UK. The network of these trails, especially above London seems to defy belief, we have seen none of this magnitude in South African skies. I had noticed the flying on a couple of my early morning walks in Glastonbury, very high altitude trails which are clearly not regular condensation trails. It gave me pause to consider if your specific area is being intentionally targeted due the the nature of the energy around Glastonbury.

Amid the disbelief and disinformation on these trails, there was a huge amount of media release last year confirming that many international governments have active spraying programs, Following years of denial and skeptics claiming conspiracy theories, many people now seem to filter this information out and consider it nonsense. In my eyes this is the very real way in which the control organisations manipulate public credulity and long term acceptance. Its just old news.


Ben's picture

Hi Kelvin,
I know what you mean. Perhaps they're more trails over Glasto because of that. I don't know. There's a lot in the uk generally, but seem to be often over populated areas. As its is a relatively small country that's quite a lot of the area is populated relatively.

I have noticed that the weather effects people's mood and energy.

It appears that sunny clear days often tend to inspire an 'uplift' for a lot of people, and grey cloudy days have slighty greater depressive effect on the energy. I'm speaking generally though, and I imagine if you lived in very hot climaetes rain would feel a blessing! but I do notice that aspect of the weather. Hence controlling the weather is part of controlling people's mood, temperament, behaviour. and hence that they manipulate weather over populate areas and places such as Glasto would 'make sense', sort of.

thanks for replying.


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Hey Ben.

I believe that our bodies are very in tune with the energy of the weather, personally I feel exactly the emotional swings you describe. Weather control serves a number of purposes, but I have a sense that it is also a distraction from what is an ulterior motive to cloud seeding.

The more I come to understand the dimensional resonance, I feel that colloidal components of spraying also contribute to the chemical mix that serves to literally deflect vital energy of change. It has been shown that aluminium, especially, has a blocking effect on certain energies. Together with food additives and electronic "pollution", opposing consciousness is using a combination of techniques to screen Earth from energies that will contribute to humanity breaking free of the control matrix.

This mix, including media imposed mind control, manipulates this planet in a constant state of distracted ignorance and isolation from our true nature. I feel too that the UK, given the enormous energy flux over that area of the planet in particular, is heavily bombarded with these techniques and it took me several months to recover from this on my return to SA.

Strength of energy and conviction to you brother. You are exactly where you need to be in the natural order of things.

With Love & Gratitude, in Peace

Ben's picture

Hi Kelvin.

yes its strange. I live in a country town. In about 15-20mins walk you could be in the countryside. Yet what is the countryside? In this area and a lot of the country its all agricultural; grazing land, fields. The countryside has been manipulated too. Where are the wild places in this country? It was once all woodland, marshland, hills and natural landscapes. Ancient,wild, magical.
I like it when it floods on the levels because it looks like a series of lakes, marshes not fields!

I think its about compromise though. If we feel to be in a place. There is beauty, there is nature and wildness. Sometimes we have to open our eyes a bit wider, or look deeper to connect to it. Its worth it, in my view.


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Ben, a lovely perspective and an uplifting, positive outlook on your environment. While we may lament losses, we can equally find Joy in what can. This is certainly a path to overcoming, in the current context - it is all about perception.

Ben's picture

yes. and thanks for your feedback.
i think attuning to the light that's there, even when we're feeling depressed or angered, by the state of the environment and how its been treated as in this example, helps find a more balanced and less judgmental viewpoint.

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I've not posted here for a while - strange weather has become the new normal. Yet, I just had to post this one. This is Somerset... the road we'd normally take from Glastonbury to Taunton.

Gaia is certainly reclaiming herself.

The thing is, much of Somerset was always actually meant to be underwater for a good part of the year. We can't cheat nature forever.

Kelvin's picture

What an incredible sight and I am sure overwhelming to have experienced. Is our Mother reclaiming or is this the result of geo-engineering having created such significant over-balance that the results are now catastrophic?

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In this case - Mother Earth is reclaiming herself (with a help, I have no doubt from the artificial practices going on). Somerset means 'Summer Lands' because orginally a lot of it was under water in the winter. The Lake of Avalon is not a myth.

We had flooding in town today too... not just those places at sea level.

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Is the flooding as a result of rain or over-flowing rivers, Trinity?

Trinity's picture

Both and also over flowing drainage ditches on the levels.
We have new rivers forming down the lanes.

Open's picture

As we walk up the roads, flowing over with new streams,
it positively looks and feels like Gaia reclaiming herself.
I actually feel inspired by it!

Here in the South of France we have had unprecedented levels of rainfall. Since before Christmas the norm has been torrential rain that continues day and night, then perhaps a punctuation mark of a day of brilliant sunshine and then back to rain. (A month's rainfall in a day has occurred more than once. The result is flooding, landslides and leaky houses.) At the same time I heard that California is facing it's worst drought on record. Gaia is finding her balance. It's destabilising on one level but I feel that we're living in the change and this must be a good thing too.

P.S. Is your garden OK Open and Trinity?

Trinity's picture

Never seen anything like this before!
All I can say is OMG!!! What is going on with the weather???

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I never thought I'd hear the day that the temperature was hotter in Alaska than it was in Pheonix Arizona. I've read some interesting articles about this...

    "Alaska, along with the rest of the Arctic, has been warming even faster than other regions of the world due to climate change. That was the findings of a report this spring from the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, which found that the rate of warming will only continue to increase in the coming decades."

    "Now the 49th state experienced a heat wave at the end of May. Over Memorial Day weekend, while Texas was being inundated with floods, parts of Alaska were warmer than Arizona. On May 23 in Fairbanks, the temperature reached 86 degrees Fahrenheit, while Phoenix topped out at 83 for the day, reports Al Jazeera. Even the town of Bettles, which is north of Fairbanks and falls within the Arctic Circle, recorded a temperature of 82."

    "That same day, Eagle, Alaska hit 91 degrees Fahrenheit, marking the earliest 90-degree day in state history, according to NASA Earth Observatory. And it wasn’t just one unusually warm day. “Between May 16 and May 24, Eagle hit 27 degrees Celsius (80 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher daily—its second longest such streak on record for any time of the year,” says Al Jazeera."

    Full article here: http://ecowatch.com/2015/06/05/heat-wave-alaska/

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Here at Openhand, we feel it vitally important to stay abreast of the dramatic climate change related extreme weather now taking place across the Earth with ever increasing impact. It's about staying in the truth. Not burying your head in the sand, but facing reality head on. It keeps you aligned with the shifts of consciousness happening which will increasingly affect all in due course.

When you feel your internal reaction to the truth, then you know where you are identifying with the physicality of life. You get to feel subconscious fears - this is positive and powerful, because it gives you the opportunity to soften into your fears, infuse soul consciousness into inner density, and thereby accelerate your self-realisation - which includes your Ascension.

Here then is a round-up of extreme weather events by the UK's Independent Newspaper...

Thousands of people killed by extreme weather in 2015 as El Nino arrives to bring more chaos

    Thousands of people have been killed by extreme weather so far this year and now scientists fear a weather event will cause droughts, wildfires, flooding, landslides and food shortages.

    Australian scientists have warned of a “substantial” El Nino effect that started in May.

    The phenomenon,which only happens every few years, is still in its early stages but has the potential to cause extreme weather around the world, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

    El Nino is the name given to above-normal temperatures in the Pacific Ocean that have the potential to cause devastating conditions around the world.

    Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and India are likely to face drought, whereas parts of South America and the US get face flooding and torrential rain.

    It could create stronger typhoons in the Pacific, the BBC reported, but drive freezing winter weather in Europe like it did in 2012, which was the UK's coldest in decades and led to several deaths.

    El Nino's effect on harvests around the world also has the potential to drive up food prices for basics like rice, coffee and sugar.

    There are also fears that climate change is leading to more deadly heatwaves, floods, hurricanes and tornadoes around the world.

    More than 1,200 people have died in Pakistan of heatstroke and dehydration as temperatures soared far above 40C and power cuts crippled Karachi over the past week. A Pakistani resident helps a heatstroke victim at a market area during a heatwave in Karachi. A Pakistani resident helps a heatstroke victim at a market area during a heatwave in Karachi.

    India is currently recovering from the second deadliest heatwave in the country's history, which had killed 2,500 people by the start of this month.

    The Earth Sciences Minister, Harsh Vardhan, blamed the heatwave on climate change.

    “Let us not fool ourselves that there is no connection between the unusual number of deaths from the ongoing heat wave and the certainty of another failed monsoon,” he said.

    “It's not just an unusually hot summer, it is climate change.”

    Scientists at Oxford University have started work on a scientific model they hope will enable them to establish or rule out links between climate change and extreme weather more quickly. Flood water in Chertsey, Surrey, as Royal Engineers were now being tasked to carry out a high-speed assessment of damage to the UK's flood defence infrastructure Scientists argued climate change contributed to last year's January floods in the UK

    It typically takes about a year to determine whether human-induced global warming played a role in a drought, storm, torrential downpour or heatwave, allowing sceptics to dismiss the impact in the immediate aftermath of disasters.

    “We want to clear up the huge amounts of confusion around how climate change is influencing the weather, in both directions,” Dr Friederike Otto, of Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, told The Independent in October.

    She said global warming probably contributed to 2013’s record heat in Australia and last year’s flooding in the UK.

    Here are some examples of extreme weather around the world so far this year:

    Deadly heatwave hits India

    More than 1,200 people have now been killed in Pakistan’s heatwave as the deadly temperatures look set to continue.

    Karachi, the county’s largest city, has also been hit by huge power cuts leaving more than 20 million people struggling to cool their homes.

    Officials said about 40,000 people have suffered heatstroke since Saturday and the number was expected to rise.

    It is the worst heatwave in Karachi for more than 35 years, seeing morgues run out of space for bodies and emergency clinics set up in the streets.

    People are being urged to look out for the signs of heat exhaustion, which can develop into potentially deadly heatstroke that causes the body to shut down as its temperature rises beyond safe levels.

    The deaths in Pakistan come after last month’s heatwave in India, which had killed 2,500 people by the start of June.

    Several areas in South America, the Caribbean, the US, Asia and Africa are also suffering droughts related to unusually high temperatures and a lack of rain.
    A woman walks in the flood waters in southwest Houston A woman walks in the flood waters in southwest Houston More than 400 people are believed to have died in flooding so far this year.

    In January, the Southeast Africa Floods, which were partly caused by a tropical storm, killed at least 176 people in Malawi, 86 in Mozambique and 46 in Madagascar in just a week.

    More than 250,000 people were forced to leave their homes, the United Nations said, and hundreds more people were missing.

    Later that month a teenage girl died in Malaysia after floods hit parts of Sarawak and Sabah.

    Another deluge hit Tanzania in March, killing 38 people and wounding dozens more.

    Devastating floods in northern Chile left at least 25 people dead in the same month and officials feared that number would rise with 125 people still missing in April. More than 30,000 people were affected.

    A huge storm front that moved through Texas and Oklahoma at the end of May triggered record-breaking rainfall and spawned several tornadoes.

    The deaths of 27 people were attributed to flooding in Texas, four in Oklahoma and 11 people were missing. The remaining structure of a gas station after it exploded in Accra, Ghana The remains of a petrol station that exploded during flooding in Accra, Ghana

    Then at the start of this month, Accra, the largest city in Ghana, was hit by days of downpours that flooded markets and trapped workers.

    At least 25 people were reported to have died as a direct result of the flooding but it caused a huge explosion at a petrol station that killed 200 more.

    Last week, torrential rain turned the river running through the Georgian capital of Tbilisi and killed 19 people. Another man was also mauled to death by a tiger that escaped the city’s zoo when its enclosure was destroyed.

    Flash floods brought the Black Sea resort of Sochi to a standstill today, halting trains and leaving cars half-submerged in the city where Russia staged the Winter Olympics.

    There have not yet been any reports of casualties.


    Tornadoes have destroyed homes and reportedly sunk a ship in China Almost 500 people are estimated to have been killed by tornadoes so far this year, mostly in China.

    A half-mile wide F1 twister that passed over the Yangtze River on 1 June reportedly caused a cruise ship to capsize and sink, killing more than 440 out of 454 people on board.

    Other deadly tornadoes struck in Mexico, Burma, Brazil and the US.

    An outbreak that hit Texas, Oklahoma and Mexico between 24 and 26 May killed 15 people, mostly in Mexico, and the storm front also unleashed deadly floods.

    Tornadoes form all over the world, including in the UK, but are usually most destructive in the US, parts of India and Bangladesh.

    Cyclones and hurricanes

    The eye of Super Typhoon Maysak as photographed from the International Space Station (ISS) in space The eye of Super Typhoon Maysak as photographed from the International Space Station (ISS) in March Fewer than 100 deaths have been recorded due to hurricanes and cyclones this year, but the toll is feared to rise as the storm season starts in the Atlantic.

    Pacific typhoons, which started forming in January, have so far killed an estimated 25 people in four separate storms that struck the Philippines, Carline Islands, Marshall Islands, Mariana Islands, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, China, Laos and Thailand.

    The “monster” cyclone that hammered a tiny South Pacific archipelago in March was caused by climate change, it was claimed.

    At least 60 deaths were also attributed to two storms this month that struck Odisha, Gujarat and Maharashtra during the North Indian Ocean cyclone season.

    One person died in Mexico during Hurricane Carlos earlier this month, when they were reportedly hit by a falling piece of metal during high winds.

    It was unclear whether deaths attributed to the storms were caused by wind, debris, floods or other factors.

    The Atlantic hurricane system started at the beginning of this month and has not yet spawned any severe storms, which are expected until the end of November.

    (This article does not attempt to account for all deaths caused by extreme weather and has not included related disasters including landslides, droughts and wildfires. Go to main article...UK's Independent

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Thanks for drawing attention to it Dale - yes my interest was sparked too. And yes, I can feel it's deeply significant.

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This was posted in the Washington Post on December 30th, about how freak storms had pushed the temperature of the North Pole 50 degrees about normal to melting point. OMG!...


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