Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Will Israel remains dry amid massive weather 'chaos'?

I am not a scientist. I am no weather expert. I know nothing about climate predictions.  

Personally, I couldn't care less about climate aberrations. I've got more pressing issues to worry about right now--like, my 3-year old granddaughter just put what into her mouth?  

Nevertheless, my attention will occasionally be attracted by some odd report or other. This post is about such a report.

What attracts me in this instance is the fact that this particular report comes with a prediction. Predictions are always good: you get to test them against reality.

Fortunately for us, the prediction in this report won't take 30 years to test. This prediction will be tested between April 27, 2017-April 30, 2017.

A reader has sent to me the video below. It's from a site called, 'Planet X News'. I know nothing about this site. On some of the other videos associated with 'Planet X News', one might find a pseudo-religious reference--or not. It's hard to tell. 

All I can say is that this specific video below seems to have no religious suggestion whatsoever to it. It appears to be simply an interesting software-based weather projection.

Take a look. This video is 4:12 in length. Watch for the prediction in the presentation. I'll offer some comments below:

 According to this video, a massive, perhaps even chaotic weather event will soon spread across the world. The planet could be filled will storm.

In this 'chaotic' weather scenario, there will be pockets of calm. A good chunk of that calm will surround Israel--the Holy Land--and what was once called the 'ancient world'. The potential dry area seems large. It includes parts of Africa, the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and India--even, possibly, parts of Iran, Afghanistan,Turkey, Russia and China: the bulk of the once-known 'ancient world'. 

Does this calm-surrounded-by-storm mean anything? Well, it might--if the predictions here are accurate.

Wait until May 3, 2017--you know, to give the projection a little extra time to kick in. Perhaps then you can ask if this video has meaning. 

After all, it might be completely wrong. 

Just for information purposes, you should know the weather forecast right now for New York City, for Friday-Sunday, April 28-30, 2017, is, essentially, partly sunny, with morning thundershowers Friday. There is no 'heavy/stormy rain' in the forecast.

What will happen between now and May 3rd? Stay tuned. We'll all find out together.

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