~ Galactic Earth Daily Truth Report 08-05-2012 ~Focus on changes and increase the Love quotient~
We see Mother Earth=Heart si doing all She can to keep changes as smooth as possible, thus sometimes there's a need for a kick and these kicks are inevitable at times. Same as we when we're in need of releasing some old energies so does She, and She has a lot too to clean. Actually, Gratitude for this wonderful conscious Being that is supporting our Process while going through Hers might be sent to Her over and over again. It will only make things lighter for Her and for Us as Gratitude is one of the most high vibrational frequency. What you'll get back will be naturally increased by the hundreds.
One Heart, One Love.
Thank You for BEingLove.
– AUGUST 5, 2012
The downpours have been rolling over the impoverished country for more than a week, sweeping away crops and destroying buildings, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said in reports over the weekend.
Heavy rain across large swathes of North Korea has caused widespread flooding and more damage is reported still to come.
As of Saturday, August 4, 2012 88 people had died and 134 had been injured, KCNA said. It reported that more than 5,000 houses had been destroyed or damaged and 12,030 homes inundated, leaving almost 63,000 people homeless.
“Most areas of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) are expected to suffer big damage from continuous downpour accompanied by thunder and storm,” KCNA reported.
The destruction of farmland is of particular concern in a country that struggles to feed itself. The United Nations reported more than 30,600 hectares (75,600 acres) of arable land was affected.
The World Food Programme said Friday, August 3, 2012 that it is sending a first round of emergency food aid that will provide rations of 400 grams (14 ounces) of maize per day for 14 days.
Employees from humanitarian groups that operate inside North Korea describe severe malnourishment on a large scale. A deal earlier this year for the United States to ship food aid to the country fell apart after the regime went ahead with a controversial rocket launch.
Heavy rain hit the capital Pyongyang, as well as North and South Phyongan provinces last week. The country faced similar extreme weather in 2010.
– AUGUST 5, 2012
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Ernesto is expected to roll south of Jamaica as a hurricane Sunday evening, August 5, 2012. The forecast would carry it into the coastal resorts of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday, August 8, 2012.
The government of Honduras has also issued a Tropical Storm Watch for the coast of Honduras, from the Hondura/Nicaragua border westward to Punta Castilla.
Long lines formed at grocery stores in the Jamaican capital of Kingston as people bought water, bread and canned goods. The Jamaican government ordered fishermen who live in outlying cays to evacuate and head to the main island. The storm is expected to pass close to Pedro Cays on Sunday evening, according to the local Meteorological Service Office.
– AUGUST 4, 2012
Another serious sandstorm hit the entire Kuwait on Friday, August 3, 2012 with the wind speed measuring about 90km/hr and visibility falling below 500m.
Mohammed Karam, director of Weather Forecast , said this is the outcome of winds blowing from the East and high altitude concentration on the North Arabian Peninsula that closes the atmospheric pressure lines.
He also said the northwesterly wind will continue in moderate speed measuring 40 km/hr and later transform to moderate light northeasterly winds measuring 25-40km/hr until the end of the week, and then the weather will become stable. Karam urged elderly people and those suffering from allergies and breathing difficulty to be extra cautious and wear masks while reducing their outings to avoid complications.
Director of Operations at Kuwait International Airport Essam Al-Zamen disclosed that aviation events are continuing as expected, indicating the bad weather has no effect on activities there.
Al-Zamen reiterated that landing and departure of planes take place as scheduled, even though the visibility is about 400m.
August 4, 2012 – INDIA – Three jawans of fire services were among six persons killed as torrential rains continued to pound Uttarakhand today triggering landslides and flash floods which flattened homes and stranded hundreds of pilgrims with the Chardham Yatra coming to a grinding halt. The Garhwal region bore the brunt of nature’s fury with the government sounding a high alert in the state after the met department’s warning of very heavy rains. Two children were killed in a house collapse at Kararnprayag area of Chamoli district early today, said sources in the Disaster Management and Mitigation Centre (DMMC) here. Another child was washed away in the flash floods at Pokhri area of the district where landslides continue to hit blocking highways leading to Badrinath. Hundreds of Badrinath pilgrims were stranded at various places at Patalganga, Lambagar and Birahi due to fresh landslips. In Uttarkashi district, flash floods hit several low lying areas creating havoc in the district. At least three jawans of the fire brigade department were killed at Gangori area even as Chardham yatra to Gangotri and Yamunotri remained suspended for the second day today. In Gangori area of Uttarkashi, Bhagirathi is flowing above the danger level with people being evacuated to safer areas. Nearly 30 homes were washed away in the floods with the Gangori bridge also collapsing. “We have now reports that three jawans of the fire brigade were killed in Gangori,” said state disaster management minister Yashpal Arya. –India TV News, Newstrack India
August 5, 2012 – LOUISIANA – For more than two months, officials from federal to local have been unable to pin down the source of a natural gas leak and tremors in assumption parish. But on Thursday a 200 by 200 foot “slurry area” has appeared in bayou corne in northern assumption parish…The formation of the slurry area was accompanied by a diesel-like odor that some residents said burned their eyes and noses but dissipated by midmorning Friday…Assumption parish officials declared an emergency and called for an evacuation of residents living near the nearly 1-acre muddy site. A potential failure of a cavern operated by Texas brine company may have caused the slurry area, or sinkhole, which swallowed full-grown trees and denuded a formerly forested patch of cypress swamp. Final determination of a positive link between the failure of the cavern and either the natural gas bubbling or the slurry area has not been made. In response, gov. bobby jindal declared an emergency Friday. –KLFY
August 5, 2012 – NEW ZEALAND - A steam plume has been visible at the White Island crater today. Earlier this week GNS Science issued a volcanic alert for White Island, which is off the coast of the Bay of Plenty, due to signs of increased activity. According to GNS, although more volcanic activity has been recorded, ‘everything seems to be relatively stable.’ Volcanologists have recorded a rapid rise in White Island’s crater lake, a pulse of volcanic tremor and slightly higher gas levels in the plume. “Although the volcanic tremor increased substantially during Saturday it has returned to levels similar to those during the early part of last week,” GNS said. The white steam plume can sometimes be seen from areas of the Bay of Plenty coast. On Thursday, GNS Science duty volcanologist Michael Rosenberg said its crater lake has started to re-fill and gases were now ‘vigorously streaming through it. Airborne gas measurements show that the discharge of some sulphur gases has increased,’ he said. GNS volcanologists plan to visit White Island early next week to collect water and gas samples and make a ground level survey of the crater floor. These measurements will help understand what changes are taking place beneath the volcano and whether these might lead to increased surface activity. –One News
August 4, 2012 – ATLANTIC - After a lull in the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, Tropical Storm Florence formed on Saturday, joining Ernesto as both moved west on paths that could eventually take them to the U.S. coast. Florence has sustained winds up to 45 mph, the National Hurricane Center reported. It was still in the deep Atlantic, but on a path towards the Caribbean. Ernesto was packing sustained winds of 50 mph and should pass south of Jamaica on Sunday, the center stated. “Ernesto is forecast to become a hurricane … in a day or two,” it added. After Jamaica, which issued a tropical storm warning, Ernesto will likely head toward Grand Cayman, arriving Monday, and then Cancun/Cozumel in Mexico on Wednesday, weather.com reported. Weather.com added it was ‘unclear whether Ernesto poses a threat to the U.S. late next week.’ On Friday, the storm swept over the tiny island of St. Lucia. Businesses and government offices were ordered closed until noon on St. Lucia as Ernesto passed over the island, churning up 12-foot waves a few miles off its north shore. It moved so quickly that St. Lucia got less than an inch of rain and there were no reports of damage or injuries. August and September are usually the most active months of the Atlantic-Caribbean hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30. –MSNBC
August 4, 2012 – OKLAHOMA – Wildfires burned out of control on Friday in Oklahoma, destroying homes and shutting down highways in a state that has suffered 18 straight days of 100-plus degree temperatures and persistent drought. Emergency officials counted 11 different wildfires around the state, with at least 65 homes destroyed in parched areas north and south of Oklahoma City and south of Tulsa. Oklahoma joins several states that have been plagued by wildfires this summer, including Colorado, Arkansas and Nebraska. Fires are being fed by a widespread drought. Nearly two-thirds of the contiguous United States was under some level of drought as of July 31, according to the Drought Monitor, a weekly report compiled by U.S. climate experts. Interstate 44, historic Route 66 and state highways were closed, but no deaths were reported in the Oklahoma fires. Low humidity, strong southerly winds and drought conditions enabled the wildfires to spread quickly across treetops, said Michelann Ooten, deputy director of the state’s Office of Emergency Management. “It’s just a very difficult situation we’re facing that’s all weather related,” Ooten said. Governor Mary Fallin, who earlier in the day invoked a statewide ban on outdoor burning after declaring a state of emergency for the state’s 77 counties, told Reuters fire conditions may be worse on Saturday. –Chicago Tribune
August 4, 2012 – NORTH KOREA - Floods which hit parts of North Korea in the past few weeks have killed 169 people and left 400 missing, the state news agency announced on Saturday, sharply updating earlier casualty figures. The floods and torrential rain between late June and the end of July also made 212,200 people homeless and washed away or inundated 65,280 hectares of cropland, the agency said. United Nations agencies have visited the worst-hit areas to assess aid needs and the World Food Program (WFP) is sending an initial shipment of emergency food aid. North Korea suffered a famine in the 1990s that killed hundreds of thousands and still struggles to feed its people even in normal times. It had been estimated by UN agencies, even before the current deluge, that three million people would need food aid this year. More than 8600 houses were destroyed and another 43,770 swamped, and more than 1400 schools, hospitals and factories collapsed, the news agency said.Official media had previously reported 119 deaths, with 84,000 people made homeless and 45,370ha of farmland damaged. –The Australian
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