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What In The World Is Happening To Earth These Days?

Updated on June 1, 2014

We live in truly amazing times. Our planet is changing in ways never before experienced in current recorded history. Mass animal and fish die-offs and unusual behavior; giant sinkholes appearing across the planet; extreme weather patterns; unusual noises; extreme seismic activity; increased cosmic activity – just to name a few. These things are increasing at an alarming rate.

This article is not intended to frighten anyone. It is merely for informative purposes. Many people are not aware that these things are happening – but I believe awareness is crucial in order to be prepared in case the unthinkable happens in our backyard.

The videos below are compilations of recorded events regarding earth changes over the last few years and give us an idea what is really happening across the planet.

Hieroglyphs from ancient civilizations and cultures have given us a glimpse of earth changes and unusual activity from thousands of years ago, but we cannot truly grasp the severity of the changes that took place back then.

We can barely fathom the scope and severity of the changes occurring today.

Our planet is changing like we have never seen before. There can be no debate on the subject other than what is causing it. Theories abound as to what could be happening to cause it: human-induced global warming; a global pole shift; an approaching planet or dwarf star that orbits our sun every 5,000 years; changes in solar activity from our sun; the foretold Biblical apocalypse and so on.

Scientists and religious scholars often spar over the reasons for the changes, each using ‘data’ from sources they claim to be evidential proof. Even though they may disagree on the causes, they DO agree on one thing: it’s only going to accelerate as time progresses.

So, what does that mean to us, as a species? What can we expect in the future? And what, if anything, can we do to prepare for what may be coming?

When calamities occur, as in the videos above, and we are not directly affected by them, we tend not to take them to heart or pay much attention. It’s ‘news’ and may make us gasp and feel a temporary sense of emotion for the victims, but then we turn the page of the newspaper or the media moves on to the next story and the calamity is forgotten.

But the people directly affected by them tell a different story and pay close attention to what has happened. It is from them that we can learn some of our greatest lessons.

Fortunately, due to advances in technology and the unyielding efforts of countless individuals, many of today’s calamities can be foreseen and prepared for. Unfortunately, many cannot. It is the unforeseen disasters we all need to be prepared for. As the earth continues to change, more and more of us can expect to be directly affected in one way or another.

There are many things we can do beforehand in order to be prepared. The internet is rife with survival ideas and disaster planning tips. Having emergency food and water as well as a complete first aid kit are the most crucial – and take very little effort and money to prepare. Consider it “Survival Insurance”. Governments around the world are prepared for the worst and have their Survival Insurance in place should they need it – we should have it in place also.

Below are some website links with great disaster preparation and survival tips. Take a few minutes to browse through them. We can never be too prepared for the unthinkable.

http://www.ready.gov/

http://disasterpreparer.com/websites/

http://www.redcross.org/prepare

http://ncdp.columbia.edu/

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      Glaxo 3 years ago

      Very informative. I never knew about a lot of this stuff. Thanks for the info!

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