Galactic Earth truth Reaport 07-09-12 Hold the Light, more cleaning needed
While writing this report one thing came and stayed in my thoughts: there's aneed of more cleaning, and if we do not accomplish this it has to be accomplished in some ways. So far Mother Earth=Heart was able to cause very little damage, though now it seems that more has to be accomplished in less time. And we all know time (as in a 3d way of perceiving) is running up. And it's running up as we need to move further, and to move further we need to clean old the old out of it. It cannot come with us, not with Mother Earth=Heart. Though all of this seems quite strong, keep in mind we were supposed to face much much more than this, which means that if we all made it to enable changes to be much smoother, we can go further and, by holding the Light and a Vision of surrounding Love, we can even do better than this. It's up to Us, all together. Love thoughts are tenfold stronger than thoughts of fear, this means we CAN, and should, Be More, as in Truth, we Are Much More as We Are Pure Love.
Walk it, Love'll do the rest.
– JULY 8, 2012
The worst flooding in decades in southern Russia’s Krasnodar Region, near the Black Sea, has killed at least 150 people and damaged over 5,000 homes. Chances of continued flooding and new damage and casualties remain high, as more heavy rain is expected to hit the area Sunday.
Eyewitnesses claim a seven-meter wave struck Krymsk in the middle of the night. The wave came down from the mountains, they say. The reasons are unknown, but one possible explanation, widely circulating in social networks, is that the water was discharged from reservoirs situated in the mountains near the town. The other is that the wave was caused by excessive rain.
Local authorities deny draining the local water storage and insist it is too far away from Krymsk to pose any danger to it. They also refute allegations that no warning was sent to the locals.
Epic: northeast India floods kill 121 and displace 6 million
July 9, 2012 – INDIA - The death toll from heavy monsoon rains which have caused massive flooding in India’s northeast has risen to more than 120, with six million forced to flee their homes, officials said Saturday. The weather office forecast that more rains during the next 24 hours would lash the region, which is suffering from its worst flooding in recent years. Assam state has been hardest hit by the annual rains with the mighty Brahmaputra river overflowing its banks, while flooding has also struck the nearby states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Meghalaya. “So far a total of 121 people have died in separate incidents in which 105 were drowned while trying to escape the gushing waters and 16 more were killed in landslides caused by heavy rains,” an Assam government statement said. An estimated six million people have been forced to leave their homes to escape the floodwaters and find higher ground, a separate Central Water Commission bulletin said.
Flooding and heavy rains lash Cape Town
July 9, 2012 – AFRICA - Heavy rains in Cape Town on Sunday flooded roads and houses and caused the Liesbeek River to burst its banks, and there were “extreme weather” warnings of bitter cold over much of the country. The M3 was flooded where the road dips near UCT, and traffic was backed up as motorists slowed down to plough through the muddy waters. Many shacks on the Cape Flats were flooded and the city council and charity organizations provided hot meals, blankets and plastic sheeting to about 350 families. The SA Weather Service said on Sunday’s cold front had been particularly strong, adding that the cold, wet weather was here to stay for the next few days. The weather office said westerly winds at Cape Point reached near gale force of 55km/h on Sunday morning, while there were rough seas with heavy swells between 4m and 5m from Lamberts Bay to the southern Cape coast.
Sun, 08 Jul 2012 11:58 CDT
Sunday will mark the third day of heavy rains for much of the Front Range. According to 7News, many areas have received 2-3 inches of rain already since Friday, more than an inch could fall on Sunday and more showers are expected into Monday.
The good news: Fire danger is dramatically lower thanks to all this rain.
The bad news: Most of central Colorado is now under flood watch, according to the National Weather Service.
Denver saw heavy rains on Saturday and should see more on Sunday. 9News reports that on Saturday afternoon at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival the downpour destroyed tents, signs and streets filled with water. A lightning strike even set fire to a power line in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Mon, 09 Jul 2012 11:51 CDT
Emilia has strengthened to a Category Two hurricane in the Pacific far off the coast of Mexico but is not posing a threat to land.
The hurricane's maximum sustained winds Monday were near 100 mph (160 kph) with additional strengthening expected.
Emilia is centered about 710 miles (1,145 kilometers) south of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California and is moving west-northwest at 12 mph (19 kph).
Meanwhile, farther west over the Pacific, Hurricane Daniel had maximum sustained winds near 85 mph (140 kph). The hurricane is expected to weaken slowly during the next 48 hours and was moving west at 15 mph (24 kph). Read More...
A minor Geomagnetic Storm (KP=5) is again in progress due to southward Bz component of the IMF. Be on the lookout for Aurora at high latitudes. Stay tuned for more updates.
Strong earthquake measuring M5.7 according to EMSC was recorded on July 9, 2012 at 13:54 UTC in eastern Mediterranean Sea. Location of epicenter is 83 km (51 miles) SSW of Kalkan, Turkey and 111 km (68 miles) SE of Rodos, Greece. EMSC recorded depth of epicenter at 54 km.
However, local Turkish seismological centers like Kandili Observatory and Bogazici University reported magnitude 6.0 with depth of 51 km. USGS reported magnitude 5.6 at depth of 46.9 km.
The magma column at lava dome had dropped in mid to late May and the dome collapsed. An intense degassing from numerous fumaroles inside and outside of the now large summit crater is observed. Anak Krakatau is at the moment in a phase of repose.
At least four areas with apparent submarine hydrothermal iron-bearing vents were observed that had not been there last year. In these areas, bubbling could be seen in the water, and where accessible, iron-rich greenish warm mud was found at the sea floor, which oxidized to orange when brought to the surface. The sea water around these areas had an intense yellow stain. Very similar submarine activity is known from around Nea Kameni island, Santorini.