world is in trouble. Big trouble. We are at a crossroads unlike all
others. Humanity has reached a time of choosing. And there is little time
left to do so.
Our options are simple. Heal the planet
and all that ails it, or watch our civilization become extinct. How much time do we have
left before its too late? I would
say 10-20 years.
Planet Earth is no longer the stable home many have dreamed it would be. As
you read these words, changes are taking place rapidly, suddenly
and unexpectedly. Some of it is beyond the control of our collective
consciousness, because God's cosmic clock of change, and the opportunities
for growth and evolution that go with it, never stands still.
are confused and concerned, as we move
beyond the year 2004 and the uncertainty that surrounds it. We
also wonder whether life as we have known it will come to an end, much of
it brought on by our own selfish and arrogant doings.
Prophecies abound for Earth changes, the final judgment, wars, terrorism, disease,
starvation, plague, pestilence, and planetary upheaval and turmoil. Some
have already begun, including physical Earth changes that are there for all to
most threatening reality we face today is the sorry state of the environment. In simple terms, our home is seriously out of balance,
critically sick, close to dying, and we are largely responsible for it.
6 plus billion people is in uncharted waters. Earth Mother cannot sustain this
many humans who keep taking from Her. We are using up Her resources faster than She can replenish
them. Time is running out on how we
conduct ourselves, as caretakers of this once beautiful planet.
some of the major Earth changes that have already been reported:
Click here to read how human activity is driving the
6th great extinction on planet Earth.
for 2009 article
which describes how
climate change will force 75 million Pacific Islanders from their homes.
for 2009 article
which supports the notion
that the Sun is not the cause of global warming. Results of this study
have been published in the prestigious scientific journal, Science.
for 2009 article
Melt & 500 billion tons of prehistoric 'ooze' that can rapidly
accelerate global warming.
for 2009 article warning us that
Ocean acidification is
accelerating and severe damages are imminent.
for 2009 article warning us that sea levels are rising and it's worse
than we thought.
for 2008 article warning us that this is
our civilization's last chance for survival.
for 2007 a year of weather records and
extremes at home and abroad.
here to see an image of the rapid increase in CO2 in our atmosphere,
measure of global warming.
here to see an image of the rapid warming of our Earth's
temperature over the past 140 years.
here to see a before and after image of an Arctic glacier that has
melted since 1941.
here to see images of the rapid melting of Mount Kilimanjaro's snowcap formed 11,000 years ago. It has shrunk 80% in the past 80
years, and more so within the past 7 years.
here to see two pictures showing the massive retreat of Arctic Ice that has
occurred between 1979 and 2003. It continues unabated.
here to see an image of the large increase in worldwide earthquake
activity since 1970.
Click here to read a
2006 finding, which shows that "According to the scientists' data,
Greenland's ice is melting at a rate three times faster than it was only
five years ago.
Click here to read how
the Pentagon has informed president Bush that "climate change will
Click here to read why,
in 2006, scientists are now saying that global warming has already
reached the "point of no return."
Click here to read how
the Bush administration tried to gag NASA's top scientist and his 2006
warning that the ice caps are melting faster than imagined and we have
just 10 years act.
here to read how greenhouse gases have increased to their highest
levels in 650,000 years.
here to read why falling ocean temperatures are causing fears that
Europe may be closer to a mini-ice age than expected.
here to read about the coming floods, storms and droughts. Melting
Arctic ice, shrinking glaciers, oceans turning to acid. The world's top
scientists warned last week that dangerous climate change is taking
place today, not the day after tomorrow. You don't believe it? Then read
here to read about a January 2005
climate change report that warns about a
point of no return being reached in 10 years, leading to droughts,
agricultural failure and water shortages
here to read how
the 850 new coal plants planned by the US,
China and India will generate 5 times more emissions than the Kyoto
Protocol would cut...
So much for Kyoto.
here to read how the release of
400 giga tons of
methane gas from the rapidly melting arctic tundra can start a "runaway
global warming the likes of which even the most pessimistic doomsayers
aren't talking about."
here to read how 19,000 European citizens died of heat exhaustion
in a 3-week period
during the blistering summer of 2003.
here to read why glaciers
in the Swiss Alps and the Peruvian Andes are melting rapidly. Over the past
century, some Swiss glaciers have shrunk
more than 50%.
here to read why ice is melting all over the planet and glaciers are
melting on six different continents.
here to read why the world's second largest insurance company just issued a
about the imminent global warming catastrophe.
here to read why NASA said in 2004 that "Global warming could plunge North
America and Western Europe into a deep freeze, possibly within only a few
here to read why Great Britain's chief scientist, Sir David King, recently
said that we
"face climate disaster."
here to see images of chemtrails (artificial clouds) that have been sprayed in the skies all over the world for the past four
years. They appear to be a secret, desperate attempt to minimize global
warming by deflecting sunlight (heat) from our planet's surface.
here to read why global warming
is melting Alaska's huge reserves of frozen tundra. An
estimated 14% of the world's carbon is trapped in tundras scattered
throughout the planet. As it melts, C02 is released, adding to the
greenhouse effect and more global warming. Tundras are melting all over
the northern hemisphere.
here to read why there were 150
glaciers in Glacier National Park in 1910, but fewer than 30 remain today.
here to read a recent
Canadian newspaper article that highlights symptoms of rapid climate change taking place on our
here to read why the
past 70 years has seen the longest and most intense period of sunspot
activity for 8,000 years. Sun spot activity is known to affect climate
here to read why
the Earth's magnetic poles "might be starting to flip" say researchers who have seen strange anomalies
in our planet's magnetic field.
here to read why China warns of "ecological
catastrophe" from Tibet's melting glaciers.
here to read why scientists are bewildered by
a sharp rise of CO2 in the atmosphere over the past two years.
here to read why global warming
is causing sea levels to rise dramatically. Thermal expansion has
already raised the oceans 4 to 8 inches.
here to read why global
warming is heating the Arctic almost twice as fast as the rest of the
here to read why the rate at which global warming gases are
accumulating in the atmosphere has taken a sharp, unexpected leap upwards.
here to see an image of the startling increase in
the global warming gas, CO2, in our atmosphere over the past 400,000 plus
here to read how the levels of another important global warming gas, methane,
has increased alarmingly over the past 400,000 years.
here to see an image, which shows that the temperature of our planet is
increasing since the early 1900s.
here to read why the top
ten warmest years over the past century have all occurred since 1981.
here to read why the past few summers in Europe have been the hottest
over the past 500 years.
here to see an image, which shows that the
average number of tornados in the US has increased from 400 per year to
1200 per year during the past 53 years.
here to read why a highly respected and recently decorated
climatologist believes that humans face extinction within 100 years.
Click here to see before and after images of massive changes in
different parts of the world due to global warming.
I will continue to add news of significant Earth changes to this page,
as they unfold. I would expect these changes to occur with more intensity and, from time to time, be categorized as "freak"
or "super" events.
today's changes such as violent storms, erratic weather patterns,
tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes, typhoons, and the like are a direct reflection of
collective human consciousness, which is out of balance and in serious turmoil.
Most of this imbalance comes from a polarization of consciousness that is taking place
between those who are driven by fear and greed versus those who are motivated by
love and compassion.
If we chose love and compassion, the planet still has
time to heal. Barring a major miracle, we will have to do it on our own
and accomplish it very quickly.
then we must be aware of God's cosmic clock. It is the benevolent force
governing all the cycles of the universe that give rise to changes necessary for
our growth and evolution.
The most important cycle for planet Earth is 26,920
years, which comes due around 2012. Nothing can
alter this divine timetable of change except how it occurs. The more loving and
responsible we act as planetary citizens, the smoother the transition
beyond 2012, to wherever it takes us, and however it gets us there, will
most important thing to realize is that you chose to be here at this very
important time in humanity's journey and shift into
the New Energy. Thankfully there are some very positive things happening today
because of it. The key question is, "Will it be enough given the
short amount of time we have left?"
Turmoil will continue in the world. Karmic filth and negative
energies are being brought to the surface for cleansing. All of it is
appropriate because the highs and lows of God's cycles work together to
shake us from our ruts and complacencies. The lows are just as important as the
highs. In fact, it is the low-energy (challenging) experiences that
typically propel us into a
whole new mindset and consciousness.
In spite of the agitation and unrest, try to remain
hopeful, grounded and as fearless as you can be. Most importantly, stay in
your God-spot and do all you can to bring love and Light into your everyday
When all the trees have
been cut down,
When all the animals have been hunted,
When all the waters have been polluted,
When all the air is unsafe to breathe,
Only then will you discover you cannot
A Cree Prophecy