Almost every day there is another “apocalyptic” natural disaster in the news. Have you ever wondered why this is happening?
This year there has been an endless parade of unprecedented fires, floods, earthquakes, storms and droughts. On Wednesday, it was Hawaii’s turn. An absolutely horrifying wildfire ripped through the heart of the island of Maui like a lawnmower, and it happened so suddenly that many were not able to evacuate in time. One pilot that has spent 52 years flying over Maui says that he has “never seen anything like that in my life”…
Video footage shot by Air Maui Helicopter Tours over parts of the Lahaina area shows entire blocks were decimated by the flames, with little but ruins and ashes left, and everything still engulfed in a thick, hazy smoke. “We were not prepared for what we saw. It was heartbreaking, it looked like an area that had been bombed in the war,” Richie Olsten, the director of operations for the tour agency, told CNN’s Jake Tapper Wednesday. “It’s just destroyed.” “In my 52 years of flying on Maui, I’ve never seen anything like that in my life,” Olsten added.
By the time it is over, this could potentially end up being the most costly natural disaster in the modern history of Hawaii.
Many of the video clips and images of this disaster that are being posted on social media are truly horrifying.
This fire moved so fast that people were literally jumping into the ocean to escape it.
One man that took drone footage of this fire described the destruction that it is causing as “apocalyptic”…
Clint Hansen took drone video Tuesday night that showed wildfires spreading just north of Kihei. “Lahaina has been devastated,” Hansen told CNN. “People jumping in the ocean to escape the flames, being rescued by the Coast Guard. All boat owners are being asked to rescue people. It’s apocalyptic.”
Of course it isn’t just Hawaii that is dealing with “apocalyptic” fires.
Over in Europe, an absolutely gigantic wildfire has already devastated thousands of hectares of land. The following comes from an article posted by a British news source entitled “Raging Portugal wildfires force hundreds of tourists to flee apocalyptic inferno”…
Hundreds of terrified tourists have been evacuated from dream holidays in southern Portugal after wildfires continue to rage out of control. The huge blaze has destroyed thousands of hectares of land in the area of Odemira, in the Alentejo region, since the disaster started on Saturday. It has now spread south towards the Algarve, prompting the evacuation of 1,400 people which includes tourists staying at four resorts in the holiday destination, as well as 19 small villages.
We are also seeing lots of unprecedented storms in recent months.
Recently, a cataclysmic hail storm in Germany made it look like it was winter right in the middle of the summer…
I was astounded when I first saw that.
Elsewhere in Europe, a month of rain fell on parts of Slovenia in a single day.
Horrendous flooding ensued, and we are being told that this is likely the worst natural disaster in the entire history of Slovenia…
On the other side of the planet, officials in Beijing continue to deal with the aftermath of the nightmarish flooding that recently hit that city…
The death toll from devastating floods in China’s capital Beijing has now risen to 33, according to officials. Another 18 people are said to be missing following heavy rain and flooding in the aftermath of the recent Typhoon Doksuri – one of the strongest to hit northern China in a decade.
Crops throughout the region were completely wiped out, and the property damage that has been done is off the charts…
Meanwhile, the Sun continues to behave very oddly, and a lot of people are starting to notice.
Earlier today, my attention was directed to a thread on a prominent Internet discussion forum. The man that started this threat very colorfully described what he is seeing in Florida right now…
So as the title has suggested I have a damn good understanding of my surroundings, what’s average and what’s not outside. I’ve had a tree company/pressure washing company for close to 20 years. I know intimately the cycles and goings on of the sun, the weather, and the little hit of seasonal change we have in Central Fl. I also know the trees and the foliage and what it means even when they drop their seeds and pollen early or late. Something ain’t right with the Sun. It’s killing trees. Its frying grass, its killing gardens, its overwhelming air conditioners. I don’t want to hear that shit about it being hot every summer in Florida. No fucking shit. I have lived here for 30 years. The Sun is markedly stronger this year. It truly is. We are having heat indexes over 120. Has it gotten this hot before, sure. But not consecutively. Add that with the Sun. It’s gotten intense. I’m hearing through all my contractor buddies even Mexicans are falling out all over the place on construction and landscape sites….unheard of. Those guys go strong in 100+ degree heat. This ain’t normal. I’ve been a subscriber to Ben Davidson at Suspicious Observers and for awhile I was beginning to think space was something else, and it may still may be so but… seeing the Sun act like this…maybe there is a 12k year disaster cycle. Maybe we are a blue marble floating along at the whims of our star and galactic sheet and maybe, just maybe in the next 10-20 years we are gonna have front row seats to a reset like the movie 2012. Because something ain’t right with the Sun. It’s never been the white, this strong, nor taking out this many peeps.
Sadly, he is correct.
The sun has been acting very strangely, and this is something that I have been talking about for quite a while now.
I am entirely convinced that the years ahead will be a time of unprecedented Earth changes, and I believe that the Sun will play a major role in that process.
You could drop a million Earths inside the Sun and still have room to spare. The giant ball of fire that we revolve around is absolutely colossal, but most people want to downplay the impact that solar activity is having on our weather.
And at the same time, it appears that the interior of our planet is also becoming increasingly unstable.
I believe that we are going to see some things happen during the times that are approaching that many people would consider to be impossible.
We are entering an era when it will pay to expect the unexpected, and life will never be quite the same ever again.