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Edgar Cayce and Nostradamus Predictions 2011

Updated on December 20, 2011
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Keith Schroeder writes The Wealthy Accountant blog and has 30 years of experience in the tax field.

Everyone is so focused on 2012 they forget 2011 is the year the groundwork is laid and the battle lines drawn. There is reason for hope and concern and terror in 2011. Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce saw this future. 2011 is an important year, a year to prepare.

Below I will outline several areas of interest in 2011. Bookmark this page and refer back often so you remain updated on events before they happen. Notable areas of interest in 2011 are: the economy, environmental disasters and changes, terrorism and the newest and greatest threat ever to mankind, the stock market and other investments, and the first detonation of a nuclear device over a civilian target since WW II.

Economy

We will start with the better news of the year. The world economy will expand with only a small increase in inflation. North America and Western Europe will grow the most outside of China. Interest rates will rise modestly and unemployment will drop significantly. Using the United States as an example, unemployment will decline to 8.1% before spiking in the October Surprise. U.S. 30-year Treasuries will yield 5.21% in September 2011 and spike in November.

Driving the economy will be lower oil prices and massive wind and solar projects. Electric cars will sell faster than expected; auto manufacturers will not keep up. Electricity prices will free fall as too much electricity is generated and transmitted from alternative sources. More important than generation of electricity will be the massive updating of the North American grid largely built in the 1930s.

An old source of electric generation will become all the rage: thermoelectric generators. This technology is old and was well understood by the mid 1880s. What the general population will not understand is that the United States government’s rush into this form of electric generation is due to fear of an impending nuclear attack. Thermoelectric generators are the only generators not affected by a nuclear electro magnetic pulse. The federal government knows the only way they can continue functioning in a nuclear attack is with thermoelectric generators.

 

Environmental Changes

Planet Earth will fight back against short-sighted humans in ways predicted and in ways unimagined. Global warming will hit the tipping point in 2011. There is no going back now. Antarctic ice shelves and Greenland will melt and slide into the ocean. In a few years the arctic will be ice free in the summer.

2011 is the first year of the largest el nino Earth will ever experience while humans inhabit the planet. Temperatures will spike eight degrees higher worldwide with China, Western Europe and North America shouldering the greatest heatwaves. Texas will break all heat records in the state. The Texas economy will suffer from 97 straight days above 100°F and 22 days above 118°F.

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Environmental Disasters

Climate changes will be a small compared to the environmental disasters in store. The good news is that the world will enjoy calm until summer. Heat will be an issue by July, but not a deal breaker. Then, autumn arrives.

The October Surprise might have been averted if natural disasters arrived a few months sooner.

On November 2, 2011, a large amount of the Greenland ice sheet will slide into the Atlantic. The tsunami will devastate the east coast of North America. Ocean levels will rise 11 inches. Then, the Ross Ice Shelf will collapse allowing large amounts of land based ice to slide into the Antarctic Ocean. In total, the ocean will rise 19 inched before the end of 2011.

Yellowstone will experience a small eruption by Yellowstone standards as a result of the vibrations caused by a large quake in Japan early in the year that destabalize the magma chamber. The ash plume will lay up to 8 inches of ash over the heartland of North America. Scientists will become concerned about Yellowstone in mid November. Yellowstone will erupt Christmas Day. By January 1st, 2012, millions will struggle to live as winter cold sets in.

The one area unclear is volcanism. It seems a mega eruption should take place in Southeast Asia, but it could be confusion with the Yellowstone prediction. Any way you look at it, be prepared in late 2011.

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