Earth Changes: Prophecies and Prophets

From Biblical revelations, prophets Edgar Cayce and Nostradamus to Virgin Mary sightings in Fatima and Medjugorje, one things is for sure - there's a recurring theme that something catastrophic is going to happen to earth, possibly in our not so distant future. Will it happen within our time? Maybe so, you can make up your own conclusion. Some of the information is compelling -- seemingly concurring with information written hundreds (even thousands) of years ago.  Here you'll find links to sites which the carry information.

For forty-three years of his adult life, Edgar Cayce demonstrated the uncanny ability to put himself into some kind of self-induced sleep state by lying down on a couch, closing his eyes, and folding his hands over his stomach he would begin to 

Called the sleeping prophet by many , Casey did have an mysterious degree of accuracy within his predictions. One of his predictions was that between 1958 to 1998 would see a major  period of great global transformation which we have all seen.  Not meaning a catastrophic upheaval but a complete change within our world wide social structure and political alliances.

His prophecies include an increased amount of earthquakes, floods,  and other physical planetary events. He also saw more influential changes come from worldwide political turmoil, economic challenges, wars, and many more "upheavals" that are not necessarily geological in nature.

He believed WE (meaning all humanity) had the ability to turn around all events to a positive outcome. 

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A skilled physician by trade, Nostradamus was born December 14, 1503 in St. Remi, France. 


He was a master poet who wrote quatrains, which are poems that contain four lines. Nostradamus began to write his prophetic verses in the city of Salon, in 1554. Many believe he accurately predicted Hitler's rise to power.

He completed a total of 942 quatrains which he organized into Centuries - groups of 100 quatrains (one Century only had 42 quatrains). Many people argue that his quatrains are so obscure that they could be applicable to ANY situation. But there is compelling evidence contrary to that assumption.

    The Quatrains French to English Translations


The Native American Prophecies 

Many Native American peoples have come forth with their own versions of a cataclysmic event which will drastically alter life on the earth as we know it if we do not stop abusing our planet. There are many stories that have been handed down through generations. Many believe that the time is now, and that we can stop calamity if we choose to live peacefully among each other by walking a spiritual, sacred path.


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News Story: Today's National Headlines!

Scientists eye unusual swarm of Yellowstone quakes
Monday, December 29th, 2008 at 7:37pm EST


Yellowstone National Park was jostled by a host of small earthquakes for a third straight day Monday, and scientists watched closely to see whether the more than 250 tremors were a sign of something bigger to come.

Swarms of small earthquakes happen frequently in Yellowstone, but it's very unusual for so many earthquakes to happen over several days, said Robert Smith, a professor of geophysics at the University of Utah.

"They're certainly not normal," Smith said. "We haven't had earthquakes in this energy or extent in many years."

Smith directs the Yellowstone Seismic Network, which operates seismic stations around the park. He said the quakes have ranged in strength from barely detectable to one of magnitude 3.8 that happened Saturday. A magnitude 4 quake is capable of producing moderate damage.

"This is an active volcanic and tectonic area, and these are the kinds of things we have to pay attention to," Smith said. "We might be seeing something precursory.

"Could it develop into a bigger fault or something related to hydrothermal activity? We don't know. That's what we're there to do, to monitor it for public safety."

The strongest of dozens of tremors Monday was a magnitude 3.3 quake shortly after noon. All the quakes were centered beneath the northwest end of Yellowstone Lake.

A park ranger based at the north end of the lake reported feeling nine quakes over a 24-hour period over the weekend, according to park spokeswoman Stacy Vallie. No damage was reported.

"There doesn't seem to be anything to be alarmed about," Vallie said.

Smith said it's difficult to say what might be causing the tremors. He pointed out that Yellowstone is the caldera of a volcano that last erupted 70,000 years ago.

He said Yellowstone remains very geologically active _ and its famous geysers and hot springs are a reminder that a pool of magma still exists five to 10 miles underground.

"That's just the surface manifestation of the enormous amount of heat that's being released through the system," he said.

Yellowstone has had significant earthquakes as well as minor ones in recent decades. In 1959, a magnitude 7.5 quake near Hebgen Lake just west of the park triggered a landslide that killed 28 people.



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