The early, widespread, protracted and now one of the most devastating tornado seasons in US history is but a prelude. Every new North Atlantic Hurricane season of this climate-basted century brings us one annual step closer to the fulfillment of storm warnings made down through history by our greatest prophets who tell us why it is happening. We must listen and change our part in the future’s cataclysmic weather.
Earth will be venerated only for its mineral treasures
Vishnu Purana (c. 900 c.e.) 24:26-27
We must expect a day when the balance of Nature will be lost!
Quetzalcoatl (947 c.e.)
The great city of the maritime ocean, surrounded by a swamp of crystal. In the winter solstice and the spring will be tried by a terrible wind.
Les Propheties: Century 9 Quatrain 48
[Perhaps Nostradamus, a 16th-century man, tried wrapping his mind around an image of geometric, glass covered and electric lit seas of skyscrapers of our modern cities assaulted by tornados in a future spring or from Atlantic hurricanes, Indian Ocean cyclones, or Pacific Typhoons.]
From now on, tidal waves and cyclones will cause enormous destruction.
Cheiro’s World Predictions
The trade winds are changing, the patters of the jet stream that ferry the storms of the world are altering their courses. You will see this dramatically in 2008 onwards and the press will have to report it. They will have to talk about a future where blue Hawaii becomes slate gray and slapped by walls of cloudbursts from squalls. The trade winds now drag the phenomenon called the Pineapple Express from the rain-forested northern shores of Kauai also over Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii from 2008 onwards. The Pineapple Express is a jet stream conveyor belt of storms that sometimes pulls subtropical moisture from autumn through spring to dump monsoonal floods as far north as the Pacific Northwest.
The Atlantic Hurricane season (01 June through 01 November) will be the worst since the season that endured Hurricane Katrina flooding New Orleans and flattened the Mississippi Coast in the late summer of 2005.
The Western Pacific will at least have no worse of a Typhoon season than the record-breaking assaults of the past several years. The bowling balls of cartwheeling superstorms knocking the pins to pieces out of heavily populated Chinese, Vietnamese and Philippine coastlines mark a trend in climate far more worrisome than Atlantic storms, because of the vast populations at threat, but far too little reported by the press of the world’s chief greenhouse gas maker, America. Now that China’s coal fired forests of factory funnels achieved greater infamy as a polluter, it takes no Nostradamus to predict that the American press will press a hypocritical and condemning finger China’s way.
People of the Indian Ocean, your long vacation from cyclones multiplying in the Bay of Bengal are over. The days of the great storms such as the Bhola cyclone of 1970 that killed between 300,000 to a half million people in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and India’s West Bengal are returning from 2008 onward for six seasons.
Be vigilant, all of you in the path of tomorrow’s tropical storms. Especially about the source of super storms. It comes from perpetuating super stupidity in our management of the earth and ourselves. If stupidity is something imposed, it is something we can transcend.
They will no longer love this world around us, this incomparable work of God, this glorious structure which he has built, this sum of good made up of things of many diverse forms, this instrument whereby the will of God operates in that which he has made, ungrudgingly favoring man’s welfare, this combination and accumulation of all the manifold things that can call forth the veneration, praise, and love of the beholder.
Hermes Trismegistus (150-270 c.e.)
Nobody is born stupid, remember. People become stupid, people learn stupidity from others. Stupidity is something imbibed from the atmosphere, it is a learned phenomenon. Intelligence is inborn, stupidity is imposed.
Wont You Join the Dance
© Osho International
(5 May 2008)
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