Unusual Saskatchewan Earthquake, a sign from Mother Earth that she is cleansing everywhere? ~ Indian in the machine
Mother earth is rocking and rolling in the pacific ring of fire… and also other places…. actually we can say that the entire surface of our planet is continuing to cleanse. True there are spots that are more safer than high earthquake zones like the pacific ring of fire…. others like Saskatchewan…. still even Saskatchewan will be COMPLETELY CLEANSED whether it’s on a high earthquake zone or not. This is a good thing, with all those chemtrails and radiation coming in from Japan settling into western Canada and spreading throughout the world. Most of Saskatchewan’s economy is hard on mother earth… especially the farming industry and their chemicals and continually scraping the ground and depleting and not replenishing minerals.
The way Saskatchewan farmer’s “farm”, is more like declaring war on mother earth… this has got to end. And for what? Bigger houses, new trucks and trailers? Big whoopie…. no one is gonna win by raping your own mother, karma karma karma….this is why many farmers of Saskatchewan have now completely poisoned themselves and their communities… the death and cancer energy is quite palatable in small-town Saskatchewan… where healthy people are far outnumbered by the walking dead, kinda like walking into a local co-op store in Saskatoon. Biggest industry in many small towns is death care… disguised as health-care.
Many Saskatchewan industries, especially cameco, are basically crimes against humanity and mother nature…. remember that next time the uranium industry wants to buy your silence as they have been very very successful in Saskatchewan by doing so….., Saskatchewan uranium is very very harmful…. radio active materials all over the place, and for what…. so some humans can have bigger plastic houses, bigger steaks, SUVs and televisions? Are the millions of deformed babies all over the world really worth it?
The reasons are practically endless for a planetary cleansing…..Mother earth is completely transforming, and is supported by divine intervention.
People sometimes ask me where is the safe place to go as mother earth moves and grooves to her new higher frequencies. I want to encourage people to look within for the answers that they seek… this is the right use of will. Each of us is learning how to do this more completely and fully…. or not… in the meantime, your denial will not change a thing…. either you get with the program or you deny it… the program….. is the ascension of planet earth and our universe, to higher frequencies, with or without you, your assistance, or your active, willing and conscious participation. We choose ourselves to be part of the solution or part of the problem, even to not make a choice, is still a choice.
In the meantime, as mother earth cleanses…. you are not the victim of your mother’s cleansing. God’s not punishing you. Perhaps God is stopping you from doing further damage. Perhaps mother earth’s free will to live, matters, and is a high priority at this time. Perhaps humans have reached their limit as to how we can treat our mother, and ourselves in unconscious and unloving ways. Perhaps we have the greatest opportunity to rise right before us right now.
Painful experiences are not punishment, they are consequences.
It is possible to have a beautiful non-traumatic spiritual awakening… believe it, know it.
Mild earthquake felt on Prairies
Posted: Feb 1, 2012 10:54 AM CST
Last Updated: Feb 1, 2012 10:53 AM CST
The quake’s epicentre was just east of Esterhazy, Sask., about 230 kilometres northeast of Regina according to the United States Geological Survey. (USGC)People in southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba may have felt the earth moving early Wednesday.
A mild earthquake, centred around Esterhazy, Sask., rumbled through the area at around 2:26 a.m. CT.
The quake measured 3.3 on the Richter scale, according to Andrew Frederiksen, a seismologist at the University of Manitoba.
‘A 3.3 is big enough to feel if you’re close to the epicentre; it’s not big enough to do damage.’—Andrew Frederiksen
“A 3.3 is big enough to feel if you’re close to the epicentre; it’s not big enough to do damage,” Frederiksen said.
However, it was big enough to be felt in southwestern Manitoba, he said.
While earthquakes in Manitoba are rare, in southeast Saskatchewan there are about five a year, he said.
Part of the reason is potash mining. Several potash mines are in the Esterhazy area, which is about 225 kilometres northeast of Regina.