In creating this blog, I hope to share with other like-minded people my interest in observing and intuiting earth changes, such as earthquakes and other natural activity, before they may occur.
Instead of using the words prophecy, prediction and/or pre-empting, I tend to use the word ‘feeling’ or ‘feelings’ to describe the inklings I get regarding potential earthquakes and other earthly events.
Since I was a small child my intuition and feelings prior to numerous earthly ‘events’ were confirmed as time passed. Now, I am not always correct. I am no great wise one with infinite abilities to foresee events.
I hope to post interesting links, Youtube videos and my own observations/feelings regarding earthquakes, volcanoes and such.
One thing I'd like to add here, is that I am aware that some earthquake and other natural events can adversely affect many people and their communities. So whatever I add to this blog is not for reasons of sensationalism or for satisfaction of confirmation of any 'feelings' I may have about events. I always am considerate and empathetic to/of the impact of such things.
Please feel free to send me links of interest or comment on my own content.
So, those of you who find my blog, I hope you enjoy visiting here.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

October 2013

I haven't been  posting here for a while, but have been 'active' over on WeatherZone Australia - General Science  on a daily basis.

In the side bar (to the right on my blog), is a slideshow of the 'time-line' of behaviour of the Louisiana Sinkhole. This has been a sad situation which I have followed for a while now. It's quite creepy how stealthily this sinkhole has spread and has seemingly forever changed the lives of the folks who used to call it home - where their roots are and personal histories. Some disasters see peoples displaced temporarily, with many able to return to rebuild a semblance of their original lives. But this appears to be one where such a displacement will be permanent. My thoughts to those who have lost hope for their homes and future there.

So much has been happening in the world, with Fukushima, new islands emerging in the seas, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and so on. Sometimes it feels like it's a challenge to keep up with.

Anyway, for now and with wishes for peace and safety to/for all,

Louise from Oz.