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Clyde Lewis | March 4, 2021
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I received an email last night from a listener who said to me that he really appreciates my show, especially when it inspires him to read the bible about the end times. He referred to when I was talking about Artificial Intelligence as the Great Beast from the Book of Revelation.

I explained in my reply that it was only one interpretation and that I am not sure if this is truly the beast. Although I did say that looking out my proverbial window, you would be hard pressed not to contemplate the ramifications of what is happening now and how it applies to end times revelation.

I woke up this morning and by some synchronistic happenstance my news feed was filled with all kinds of apocalyptic news stories. I was really astonished at how these stories reminded me that we live on a very unpredictable and violent planet.

Two powerful earthquakes struck off the coast of New Zealand within hours of each other today, triggering two early-morning tsunami warnings.

A 7.3-magnitude quake was recorded at 2:27 am east of the North Island, before another 7.4-magnitude tremor was recorded near the Kermadec Islands four hours later.

Residents living along a 100-mile stretch of coast were told to flee inland or seek high ground after the first quake, with local disaster officials predicting waves of more than 3 feet and a continuous threat of ‘unpredictable surges.’

The second earthquake struck further away from the mainland and high waters were only predicted for residents living within a 40-mile range along the coast north of Auckland.

The first quake was also much more dramatic for residents on the North Island, who described a ‘very long, swaying shake’ and houses making ‘cracking sounds’ in a tremor which some thought had lasted for as long as a minute, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.

More than 60,000 people reported feeling the quake on seismic monitor GeoNet, with a few hundred describing the shaking as ‘severe’ and 75 calling it ‘extreme’.

Meanwhile In Utah, there was a report that two earthquakes that were reported in Filmore in 2018 and 2019 may indicate that there is a volcanic complex forming in the Black Rock Desert.

According to a new study, two recent earthquakes near Fillmore in 2018 and 2019, measuring 4.0 and 4.1 on the Richter scale, while not indicative of tectonic activity, were echoes of the ancient Black Rock volcanic field in Utah’s Sevier Desert. The two earthquake sequences were recorded by seismometers within the Utah Regional Seismic Network, as well as by instruments forming part of an experimental project called Utah FORGE.

After analysis of the wave-forms was carried out, it became evident that these quakes were not the result of tectonic activity stemming from fault movements, that typically results in more seismic energy.

​Shallow signals had been emanating from depths less than 1.5 miles under the surface.

Meanwhile, some 30 miles away from where I live, Mount Hood which is an active caldera seems to be getting a little seismic attention.

A 45-minute “earthquake swarm” was reported this week near Mount Hood and what is really odd I could have sworn I was hearing rumbles in my neighborhood. Seismologists are reassuring us that the volcano is not becoming more active.

Data shows that the quakes came from 3 to 4 miles beneath the summit – there were quakes that were happening about a week or two ago –and again seismologists were telling us that there was absolutely nothing to be afraid of.

Meanwhile in Iceland, it is a different story. Several days of tremors near Mount Keilir indicate it is ‘more likely than not’ to erupt.

Thousands of tremors measuring up to 5 on the Richter scale have been recorded on the peninsula during the past week.

Any lava flows near Mount Keilir are unlikely to reach populated areas, experts have said, but could interrupt air traffic and smoke and ash will most definitely have an effect on climate.

Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung erupted Tuesday, sending volcanic materials as high 16,400 feet) into the sky and depositing ash on nearby villages.

Sinabung was dormant for four centuries before erupting in 2010, killing two people. Another eruption in 2014 killed 17 people, while seven died in a 2016 eruption.

The volcano, one of two currently erupting in Indonesia, has sporadically come to life since then.

Some 30,000 people have been forced to leave homes around Sinabung in the past few years.

So far this week, if you can jump high above the political claptrap, the news around the world sounds like it is taken directly from biblical prophecy.

In the Book of Matthew, we read that nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

We all know that this week it was reported that we are back to bombing the Middle East, the weather has now affected the food chain and supplies will certainly be limited and the earth again is showing signs that it is very much alive and that inner core is sloshing around causing that apocalyptic magnetic reaction that indicates that things are about to shift.

Scientists who once were absolute in their findings that a pole shift would not affect the planet are now changing their minds as new studies are showing that it affected many things including human behavior.

This new information has led them to link the flipping of the poles to key moments in the prehistoric record, like the sudden appearance of cave art and the mysterious extinction of large mammals and the Neanderthals. They argue that the weakening of the Earth’s magnetic field would have briefly transformed the world by altering its climate and allowing far more ultraviolet light to pour in.

Their provocative analysis, in the journal, Science, is sure to get researchers talking. Until now, scientists have mostly assumed that magnetic field reversals didn’t matter much for life on Earth, although some geologists have noted that die-offs of large mammals seemed to occur in periods when the Earth’s magnetic field was weak.

This should be a wakeup call — We have been hearing conflicting reports about the earth shift and many people will ignore most of the warning because most hell fire preachers and scientists have been crying wolf for so long.

Every day we take most disasters in stride because they are expected on a planet that is never quiet.

When it comes to natural disasters, we have a million and a half of them every year, when it comes to earthquakes we have about three every minute. We see magnitude 5 quakes every six hours, a major quake every 3 weeks. They usually happen right on schedule and the reality is that while we see small earthquakes happen all the time, the event of high magnitude quakes in populated areas are on the increase and their intensity have also increased.

Once again, headlines, news stories, videos, and even movies stir up those dispensational fears of an extinction-level event that will signal the end of our civilization.

Nothing’s older than a fear of the apocalypse.

What the apocalypse entails are a number of killing mechanisms that await us – some of them are of our own design while others are natural and many of them are lurking out there somewhere in space.

It is a retro causal fulfillment of prophecy as the thunders from heaven give us reason to grip our crucifix tighter and tighter and await the voices of the seers and prophets declaring that the last days are fully upon us.

The earth does not seem to end abruptly but parts of it seems to be going through the apocalyptic exercise and it appears that the spring is bringing with it pole shifts, volcanic activity and earthquakes in those places where such things are rare.

Otherwise, the shaking and quaking of the earth is business as usual as we see that we live on a violent planet and mother nature sometimes has a time table that gets in the way of the survival of human kind.

In its 4.5 billion–year history, life on earth has been almost erased at least half a dozen times: shattered by asteroid impacts, entombed in ice, smothered by methane, and torn apart by unfathomably powerful mega volcanoes.

In the span of human history, we have seen on many occasions events that have changed the way mankind conducts its affairs. However, we have never lived in those times. Most of us have only read about them and romanticized the events as prophetic, epic, and miraculous to name a few overused adjectives.

History at times can be ruthless about events deemed tragic and during times of victory, can be overzealous about the events. This is all about projected beliefs and faith that these events occurred somewhere out of the blue, beyond the norm and therefore need to be mentioned and chronicled as life-changing.

We tend to think in terms of cause and effect or A causes B.

We are now in the Twilight Zone where “B” causes “A” and it is useless to overthink or dismiss an open conspiracy about the moves towards following a blueprint for the apocalypse.

We are being told that our days have been numbered. We either hear it from the New Age thinkers who see doomsday in ancient calendars, or we are told by politicians and scientists that our days on earth will be cut short because of Earth changes and dire predictions of environmental disaster due to the abuses we have allegedly committed against nature.

In the so-called science fiction apocalypse, movies and books often show us what comes after nature‘s various tests and trials. It is a form of predictive programming that wishes to paint a picture of how a few survive among the dead and the sick.

Whether it’s a pandemic, nuclear or environmental disaster, apocalypse, and destruction, it fascinates all of us. If science fiction is, as a literature of ideas that may transpire in the future, then apocalyptic science fiction is the literature of how ideas go wrong — an exploration of all of our bad possible futures, and what might happen after.

Natural and human disasters, global acts of political, economic, religious and military terrorism, domestic violence, and the rumors of war are not only triggering post-traumatic stress, but it is producing some parapsychological effects on the populace – virtually no research has been done in parapsychology on the effects of traumatic experiences on peoples’ lives and how it affects perceptions of religious faith, precognitive dreams of an apocalyptic future, mental manifestations and geological effects on the planet.

There have been many people who have expressed concerns about the Earth and whether or not it can sustain us in the near future.

There are also concerns about magnetic shifts and how there are external contributing factors that may be affecting that magnetic field on the planet.

Scientists and journalists make the simplest of scientific concepts sound incredibly complicated. They have also set agendas that approximate the arguments for climate change and hope that you forget that it was once called global warming. The media is also banking on the ignorance of the populace when they try and blame earthquakes and volcanic activity on climate.

Simple differences between climate, weather, geophysical studies and seismology have been blurred in a way that there should be a new scientific nomenclature where we can lump it all together.

Maybe we can call it APOCALYPSIS the Latin term for Apocalypse,

The world experienced a few centuries of apocalyptic conditions 42,000 years ago, triggered by a reversal of the Earth’s magnetic poles combined with changes in the Sun’s behavior.

This last major geomagnetic reversal triggered a series of dramatic events that have far-reaching consequences for our planet. They read like the plot of a horror movie: the ozone layer was destroyed, electrical storms raged across the tropics, solar winds generated spectacular light shows (auroras), Arctic air poured across North America, ice sheets and glaciers surged and weather patterns shifted violently.

It used to be that pole shift scares were fear porn — namely stories that end of the world doomsayers would use to get attention but scientists who are not pushing the climate change agenda are now speaking up about the Flash Freeze we had weeks ago, the sun and it’s journey out of solar minimum, vulcanism, violent storms and the South Atlantic magnetic anomaly which has now reached out into space.

We have discussed the South Atlantic anomaly before in a sense that it is a magnetic anomaly that is forming and resembles a Rosen bridge. It is a temporal vortex that many believe is a result of particle busting at CERN. The Anomaly is becoming more unstable as it reached into space. It is so far reaching that the International Space Station and Satellites steer clear of it.

Scientists call it a weak spot or dent in the magnetic field of the the planet.

Earth’s magnetic field is the result of a self-sustaining process called a geodynamo. As molten iron sloshes around our planet’s outer core, it generates massive electrical currents that, in turn, create and reinforce the magnetic field. Earth’s magnetic field itself extends tens of thousands of miles into space, and the area in which the magnetic field interacts with charged particles is called the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere protects life on Earth by deflecting solar wind and cosmic rays, which would otherwise strip away much of the atmosphere, among other detrimental effects.

But not all incoming particles are deflected. Some instead become trapped in two doughnut-shaped regions called the Van Allen Radiation Belts. The inner of the two Van Allen Belts sits an average of about 400 miles above the surface of Earth. But the Van Allen Belts are located symmetrically about Earth’s magnetic axis, which is not perfectly aligned with Earth’s rotational axis. The result: The Belts’ distance from Earth’s surface varies around the globe.

The South Atlantic Anomaly is the region where the inner Van Allen Belt dips closest to Earth — a mere 120 miles above the surface. At that altitude, spacecraft in low Earth may periodically pass through it, exposing them and, in the case of manned missions, their occupants to potentially damaging doses of radiation.

Radiation from the SAA has undoubtedly affected spacecraft, sometimes leading to their doom. One notable example is the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) X-ray Astronomy Satellite. Also called Hitomi, it was launched into Low Earth Orbit in February 2016 to study high-energy X-rays from extreme processes throughout the universe.

But JAXA lost all contact with the probe on March 26 of that same year. Shortly after, the U.S. Joint Space Operations Center publicly confirmed that it had seen Hitomi break up into at least five pieces. And the largest piece was tumbling, eventually dislodging even more fragments. Hitomi, which had cost upwards of $270 million, was a total loss.

Although the exact details of the problems leading up to the loss are still debated, it is known that Hitomi’s star tracker, which told the spacecraft how it was oriented in space, repeatedly experienced problems when the craft flew through the South Atlantic anomaly and was ripped to pieces.

It is looking as if the anomaly has split in two and as our northern pole is dropping rapidly details on the southern pole are not promising either.

In 2014 it was reported that the magnetic filed was weakening in Tasmania. What is most interesting is that Australia has always been considered a paleomagnetic “blind spot”.

Watching these changes gives scientists the upper hand in knowing when the next electromagnetic incursion will take place.

On average the planet’s magnetic field has lost almost 10% of its strength over the last two centuries– but the activities in the South Atlantic have scientists on edge.

Magnetic anomalies, wormholes and conduits may have also appeared in biblical writings.

The Hebrews in Exodus spoke of the thunderous voice in the whirlwind and the pillars of fire that came down from heaven.

These magnetic maelstroms were actually the vehicles of angels that brought with them the death winds.

The King James Version of the bible translates “whirlwind” 27 times in 25 verses, all in the Old Testament, and nearly always in terms of God’s judgment.

In the lesser quoted book of Nahum we read that, “The LORD is slow to anger, and great in power, and will not at all acquit the wicked: the LORD hath his way in the whirlwind and in the storm.

A magnetic Rosen Bridge certainly explains how angels can come and go and others were seen taken up into heaven,

And if these magnetic fields were unstable wouldn’t it cause a calamitous result? No wonder the Old Testament is filled with death and fear of God.

 Despite its endless misreading for purposes of vengeful violence or end time fatalism, the metaphor of the apocalypse is back to stay.

More so now than ever before –so it seems.

Ancient warnings about ecological, economic and political horrors will continue to haunt our present tense. 

And what is most disconcerting is that some of us may not live long enough to see if the doom prophets were right.

Written by Clyde Lewis

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