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Hopefully, you’ve been reading my blog now for a while and you have come to realize that I’m reasonably sane, lucid and not prone to going off the deep end. 🙂

With that said, I have given a lot of thought to this entry before posting it. Only because I don’t want my readers to think I’m loopy. But, based on my historical accuracy and the level at which this particular event has been presenting itself, I believe I should at least mention it. Get it down on paper, so to speak. I’m writing this at 9:00am (PDT), September 2, 2004.

Okay… what am I talking about? Since I was a child, I’ve been able to correlate something physical that happens to me leading up to seismic activity around the globe. I’ve recently been experiencing this physical "thing" and it’s been in spades. It’s stronger than it’s ever been in my life. In the past, I’d say a good 70% of the time, it has culminated with seismic activity large enough to at least make the news.

I’ve never been able to pin it down to location. Could be anywhere in the world. However, because of the intensity of this latest physical manifestation, it’s quite possible it might be closer to me than further away. (I live in the Pacific Northwest.) I know what you’re thinking… "there’s seismic activity everywhere all the time." Yes, but only a very few ever make it to the nightly news. That’s what I’m talking about.

Anyway, whenever I’ve told people about this thing I get, I always get eye rolling… etc. The problem is, it’s not 100% accurate, but because it’s been way better than 50/50, I believe there’s at least something to it.

What does this have to do with entrepreneurialism? Well… nothing really. 🙂 Just wanted to share this with my readers.

I just hope the intensity of the event doesn’t directly correlate with the intensity of the physical manifestation I’ve been experiencing. If it does, it will be absolutely devastating. Let’s hope I’m wrong.

Okay, have I been relegated to your crazy list yet? 🙂

Update 11:34 am PDT: I’ve been informed by a reader that there are other "rumblings" (pun intended) regarding impending earthquake activity. Interesting… very interesting.

Another update

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  3. The years 2010-2015 contain a number of devastating events. There will not be a famine. There will be flooding. The tectonic plates are not on our coast line like they were originally thought to be but they’re out far enough out in the ocean that it will cause a sunomie devastating Japan when they move. We will also be apart of that destruction. When those plates shift the fault lines within Washington, Oregon, and California will pull away from the rest of the continent. That will trigger the volcano’s to erupt causing the expansion of the United States. The states will not fall into the ocean or separate from the continent, the continent will grow.
    We should stock up on 2yrs of food supply. Learn how to store grains. Make our own bread. The polls are warming and the equator is cooling. Our world is changing like it has for millions of years and will continue. That’s the great thing about being human, the ability to adapt to our surroundings, and changing environment. So with the economy in mind, buy up gold, and keep some cash on hand. Take to high ground. Buy a boat. Get back to nature for the survival of the fittest.

    This is my prediction. I feel I need to get this out there to help others. I know a lot of people will think I’m crazy and I’m prepared for that. My dreams have never been wrong, since the time I was a child. I’m not a scientist or anyone of importance, but I can only hope that some people will listen.

  4. Hi Dan,

    I wish there were scientists interested enough to test your hearing too. Do you hear the high pitched tv thing that others miss? How about sounds on the upper end of possibility where only dogs are supposed to perceive them?

    I’m just curious. Have you had that sensation in your ears within the last few days? Here’s why I ask:

    I’ve been having issues the last couple of days that caused me to google earth frequencies and the distance you can hear/feel them.

    I’m staying in Laughlin, NV after losing my home in California to medical bills. I had the bottom two discs rupture in my spine in the Fall of 2006. I had a surgery December 1, 2006 to fuse those. There was nerve damage. There has been numbness on the backs of my legs and my, well, my backside since. (Not a huge problem since the ruptures were impinging a nerve to cause an excruciating level of pain and the improvement is major. That pain was altered to a minimal sciatica type sensation. There appears to be permanent damage. I am on a nerve medication that is supposed to help recover anything possible.) I’ve been riding the fibromyalgia rollercoaster since. The tale of woe is just for background, not sympathy.

    Toward the end of my stay in Sylmar, CA where my townhouse was located I had an odd experience which I had to share with my doctor. I had a rush of sensation down numb areas of both legs that occurred simultaneously to a jolt that was a fairly normal thing in CA. (Check to see what’s off shelves but don’t bother hunting void space. *grin*) He agreed odder things happen and it is entirely possible the two things were related. Um, he knows I’m not a kook. I’m hoping I am not coming off that way.

    Yesterday, from around noon Pacific until around 11 pm I was nauseated with no cause. I was aggitated and emotional, again, without apparent cause. I felt like visual input was too loud and sounds were too bright. Yes, I wrote that correctly. My wires felt crossed. It resolved fairly abruptly in the evening.

    I was aware of a 5.+ (I think 5.4) over the weekend in Baja. I was not aware another 5.0 had occurred since I was ill, also in Baja. Nor was I aware there was a 2.0 just 8 miles out of Laughlin. This is a river valley so the silty stuff should be of concern in case of higher numbers but I don’t think anybody felt it beyond a little vertigo on a perfect weather day. (Yeah, wind can touch off vertigo now too.) Shoot! Before I started staying here, I wasn’t even aware of Nevada movement. You know, the typical Southern CA resident pays attention as far East as the San Andreas fault. Within the hour before I googled and started writing here there was again a quake in Baja, this time 4.0 I think, that coincided with nausea and the wire-crossed feelings.

    Go figure.

    BTW, I was under the impression Coastal CA is moving Northward and the main fault system is actually driving the Pacific Plate *under* the Continental plate. I doubt there is much chance of CA pulling away from the rest of the country. Maybe I’m mistaken. Not a huge issue since it’s going to be a long time in reaching it’s destination. *grin*

    Um, thanks for listening, so to speak. 🙂


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