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From Jim's Daily Headlines thread today:
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  Five dead, nearly 100,000 displaced by floods in Myanmar (Burma)



Having become independent of Britain in 1948, no sooner had Burma declared itself a democracy than it was taken over by an internal military junta which remained in place until an election in 2010 that officially dissolved the junta, but left it unofficially with some power.  Hundreds of thousands of Burmese have fled the country since the original cabal assumed leadership, largely due to targeted ethnic cleansing and lack of a code of conduct prohibiting soldiers from raping women.  These ethnic tribes are in part troublesome for the government because until recently, they didn't even speak the same language as those in power, according to this linguistic map, in which the capital is in the central portion of the orange area:

Ethno-linguistic map of Burma

A further culture-clash between the elite of Burma and the peasantry lies in the fact that numerous ethnic tribes are interconnected socially, even permitting members of one tribe to "join" another one, rather than being connected by birth.  So to attack one tribe is to attack them all.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kachin_people

According to the Wikipedia article on Burma/Myanmar, the country is wealthy in natural resources, but the wealth is controlled by the government, leaving the ethnic underclass in poverty.  The self-absorbed leadership even built a posh new capital city mostly occupied by government employees, according to the Guardian article linked below. 
https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2015/mar/19/burmas-capital-naypyidaw-post-apocalypse-suburbia-highways-wifi

Prior to autonomy, the wealth of Burma was concentrated in the hands of Europeans.  Much of this wealth was deliberately sabotaged by Britain during the Japanese invasion in WWII.  With the subsequent rise to power of the junta, all industry was nationalized with the notable exception of agriculture.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myanmar

The article further states that the renaming of Burma as "Myanmar" is contested due to having been done arbitrarily by the elite.  To the common people, the name Burma represents their historic homeland.  Most international officials refer to it under the newer name, dealing mostly with the group in power.

Though Burma is a mountainous country, with several mountain ranges running perpendicular to the Himilayas, the Zetas warn of a 40' tsunami deluge that will immerse coastal provinces. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx341.htm

This has happened in the past.  Zetatalk reported on the inundation from a cyclone in 2008 which reportedly killed 200,000 and left a million homeless. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue077.htm


States or provinces of Burma

Kachin State is the highest point in Burma, at over 19,000' elevation at the southern tip of the Himalayas.  It borders on the sparsely populated Tibet Autonomous Region to the north, in which only two people live per square kilometer, and with some fluidity existing on that boundary.  Per written agreement with the Burmese government, Kachin is considered to be an independent frontier province, enjoying additional freedoms and even separate trading relations with the Chinese government.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibet_Autonomous_Region

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kachin_State



Governance in Kachin is by chieftans, and the province legally maintains its own separate army which at times has found the need to assert itself vs. the national government.  Statistically they have held their ground, with Wikipedia documenting an absence of refugees from Kachin State. 




In addition to being governed by chieftans like the Scottish clans, the Kachin people also wear their own tartans.  One wonders if there could possibly be a connection at such a distance?

Wildlife sanctuaries near the borders of the Kachin State add a buffering layer of protection from populations at lower elevations. 

http://www.asterism.info/parks/

The northern mountains enjoy a temperate climate averaging 70oF, in contrast to temps averaging 90o in coastal areas. 

Overall, Burma ranks high in sustainable agriculture due to careful management of the nitrogen cycle.  The main crop produced is rice:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nitrogen_cycle




A traditional two-story house with sleeping quarters upstairs and space for cooking and entertaining downstairs.  Though the Kachin people are mostly Catholic now, they retain their traditional folk beliefs, and an extra room is allocated at one end upstairs for welcoming departed ancestors.
http://factsanddetails.com/southeast-asia/Myanmar/sub5_5d/entry-3050.html

May the people of Burma observe their own history over the past decade and realize that the floods are a signal to move upward in elevation.  May they consider seeking refuge among the remote Kachin tribes that live in harmony with one another, and who are skilled in self-defense, agriculture and natural medicine.  May they do so without delay.


A festive clan dance in Kachin
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Adding Vietnam to the prayer list in response to Jim's Daily Headlines thread on July 22 which reported that a tropical storm had killed 30 people and destroyed 5,000 homes. 
http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6805.msg105998.html#msg105998

Now a week later, torrential rains have worsened the situation, which currently stands at 2 more children dead and 1,000 homes badly damaged in Hanoi.  14,000 people are being evacuated. 

According to the Wikipedia article on that topic, the name Vietnam translates to "southern Baiyue people," the name of the non-Chinese inhabitants of Indochina from two millennia ago.  This is the same borderless population that once occupied the portion of China discussed previously on this thread.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnam



The country, along with Laos, Cambodia, and a sliver of China, was occupied by France from the 1880's to 1945, in large part to control the lucrative Vietnamese opium trade.  Vietnam was then called French Indochina, until the French were ousted by Japan in the aftermath of WWII.  Vietnam was largely Westernized under French government, with the French language dominating commerce, education, government and media, though in modern times it has been replaced with English.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Indochina




The Hanoi Opera House (above) and the Presidential Palace are examples of period French architecture remaining in Vietnam as symbols of the Westernization of that country.

In WWII, the involvement of France, Japan and the U.S. all at once disrupted the Vietnamese economy so severely that a deadly famine ensued, killing two million people according to this Wikipedia article:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnamese_Famine_of_1945

Leading into the Vietnam War was a dispute over land reform.  Communist North Vietnam placated the peasantry by taking large tracts of land away from big corporations and re-distributing it to the tenant farmers whose rent had left them with only a third of their produce.  South Vietnam responded with re-education camps for wayward communist peasants that promoted, in not so nice ways, democracy, while ignoring the desire of South Vietnamese peasants for land reform.  The U.S. supported democratic reforms on paper (a Constitution), but initially underestimated the greater popularity of land ownership among rural Vietnamese.  The purpose of U.S. involvement became less clear when it began spraying toxic Agent Orange on the main rice-growing region of South Vietnam, with lasting consequences for the population below.  Eventually, the U.S. realized that for the same amount of USD spent in a single month on the war, the land rented by South Vietnamese peasants could be purchased outright from large land owners, bringing the dispute to a long-awaited ending.  Wikipedia documents that North Vietnam was the victor in the war.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_reform_in_Vietnam

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agent_Orange

The Zetas warn that Vietnam will no longer exist as a country after the pole shift, due to the violence with which the Pacific will overtake it, with the word "scoured" being used.  This is expected to begin pre-shift as coastal flooding, but become worse as the Tribulation unfolds.  Only a narrow strip in the highlands is expected to remain above water, and flotillas of communal houseboats are suggested as an alternative location. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx254.htm

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx376.htm


Areas projected to be underwater in the Aftertime.

For those Vietnamese survivalists who might rather remain in the mountains than build a flotilla, the highest point of elevation in all of Indochina, including Laos and Cambodia, is Mt. Fansipan at over 10,000.'  These highlands are located in the province of Lao Cai, on the border of China, where the population density is only 94 people per square kilometer.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A0o_Cai_Province


Lo Cai, the province with the highest elevation in Vietnam, is the yellow region at the top of this map.

If one avoids the year-'round chilly climate in the village of San Pa at the highest habitable elevation, and opts to live in one of the more temperate mountain villages, it is possible to enjoy an average temperature of 73oF, with a very comfortable range of 64-82oF.  Additional assets are thick forests, and abundant clean water, minerals, flora and fauna.  Agriculture, forestry and tourism are the main occupations.  Natural caves exist that offer potential shelter, and a national park provides a buffer to the west.





May the people of Vietnam consider the options of moving upward toward Lao Cai, or building a flotilla, or emigrating all together.  May the most recent of many floods give them the impetus to gather their families and belongings and leave the lower elevations behind.  May they be received with welcome wherever they do go.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #47 on: August 02, 2018, 06:15:19 PM »
Posting a follow-up:

While these individual prayer posts may cite the highest elevation possible in each location, some advise that the mid-range mountain latitudes of maybe 5,000' may be better choices due to thinning - or outright disappearance - of the atmosphere during the break-away of any objects visiting earth, and possibly for other reasons.  I don't know whether this would be a permanent or temporary condition.  Of course, the highest altitudes are often ice caps anyway that would preclude settlement.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #48 on: August 03, 2018, 08:27:03 AM »
Follow-up to the prayer post for Japan, in which it was hoped that Russia might welcome Japanese refugees:

Russia is planning to build a bridge that would connect the mainland with Russia's easternmost island, which in turn is expected to build either a tunnel or another bridge to connect up Japan by rail.  One current obstacle being smoothed out is the mismatch between the "Russian Gauge" railway and "Standard Gauge" which Japan uses.  Putin has expressed keen interest in encouraging more human settlement along the eastern border region, which comes at an opportune time in which the Japanese will continue to have a need to emigrate, as we've discussed previously on this thread.

https://www.rt.com/business/434112-putin-orders-construction-sakhalin-bridge/

https://www.bridgeweb.com/Russia-moves-forward-with-plan-for-bridge-to-Sakhalin-Island/4729

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakhalin%E2%80%93Hokkaido_Tunnel

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...A land link between Russia and Japan would have “planetary” significance.
~President Putin

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The two bridges would make Japan a continental state.
~Wikipedia



The first bridge will be built between Russia and its island of Sakhalin, while the second bridge to be built is between Sakhalin Island and the Japanese Island of Hokkaido.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #49 on: August 04, 2018, 06:09:24 AM »
Thoughtful message published yesterday:

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Now we have a lot of displaced people around the world - tons and tons of refugees.  We need to be so mindful of how we treat people who are refugees, because any one of us could be one tomorrow.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #50 on: August 09, 2018, 04:55:41 PM »
Update on Venezuela:

Ecuador has declared a state of emergency due to receiving 4,200 refugees from Venezuela facing starvation per day, according to the link below @ around 19:00.  The lack of food is so severe right now in Venezuela, that zoo animals have been slaughtered for calories.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nrCJt-vsPE


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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #51 on: August 15, 2018, 03:26:56 PM »
Posting the Philippines to the Prayer Thread in response to Jim's "Daily Headlines" from yesterday:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6805.msg106331.html#msg106331

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Massive floods kill 6 people, displace 59 100 and affect 1.1 million, Philippines

The website that he linked further stated that another 728,000 people were affected by a monsoon that hit the islands on July 23, just three weeks ago.


The Philippines consist of "about" 7,641 islands located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, according to Wikipedia.
http://www.maps-of-the-world.net/maps/maps-of-asia/maps-of-philippines/detailed-administrative-map-of-philippines.jpg

The Wikipedia article on the Philippines says that this country is predominantly Catholic, having once been a colony of Spain.  Ironically, the basement of one of the churches was where Filipino revolutionaries met to plan their independence from Spanish rule. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barasoain_Church

The Philippines were ceded to the U.S. in the Spanish-American War of 1898, and remained a U.S. possession until after WWII, with a brief interlude of occupation by Japan during the war.  They also celebrate their independence on July 4.  The country functioned as a democracy from 1946-1972, after which Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law.  The head of the Filipino Catholic Church led a rebellion in 1986 which installed the first woman president.  The U.S. retained a military presence in the Philippines until 1992.  The nation maintains diplomatic relations with all of its previous colonizers in the 21st Century, and is an industrialized member of numerous trading blocs.

The Zetas warn that the Philippines are in the cross-hairs of several expected cataclysms that will make most of the archipelago uninhabitable.  While seismic activity "crushes" the islands "accordian"-style, numerous volcanoes such as Mt. Pinatubo will likely be erupting and the seas inundating the coastlines. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx030.htm

A total evacuation may not be necessary though, as there may be adequate elevation in the highest mountains.  Below is an instructive map with lines drawn showing where to go to escape the worst of the sinking due to tectonic plate subduction, which may most affect the southernmost portion of the islands, as well as all of the coastlines. 




http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx351.htm





As the highest peak - among others -  in the Philippines is a volcano, it is important to distinguish which mountains are not subject to vulcanism.  This Wiki page offers at-a-glance data on the difference, highlighting the active volcanoes with a double cross:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mountains_in_the_Philippines

Several of the highest peaks that are non-volcanic, ranging up to 9250' in elevation, are located well-inland in the province of Ifugao, colored solid red on this map:


The name "Ifugao" translates to mean "people of the hill."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ifugao

There are no cities in Ifugao, and 11 villages traditionally ruled by a council of elders, though a modern governer oversees the province.  Such egalitarian and peaceful governance permitted agriculture to flourish; hence the massive rice paddies that are 2,000 years old.  They are still farmed, and protected as a World Heritage site.



Of the 11 villages, the two that are tied for least population density are Aguinaldo and Hungduan, each at 93 people per square mile.



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Conflicts among the Ifugao people were resolved in the most peaceful way possible. Unlike most of the highland plutocracies in the Cordilleras at the time, the Plutocracy of Ifugao had the least conflict with lowland settlers.

The people of Ifugao participate cordially with other Filipinos, Vietnamese and Cambodians in long-standing ritual games of Tug-of-War.  This volume contains 186 pages about Ifugao tribal laws and customs, available as a free online book:
https://books.google.com/books?id=jMDiAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA19&lpg=PA19&dq=uyauwe&source=bl&ots=T0tzJa1POP&sig=MLY309u0nIWqoIldjWF0Qv8Z0rI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj329zMifDcAhWsd98KHfx0CIkQ6AEwBXoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=uyauwe&f=false

May the people of the Philippines who are determined to remain in their homeland for the duration of the Tribulation move upward in elevation, perhaps choosing to live among the "people of the hill" on the rich farmland whose cultivation dates to antiquity.  May they not be overwhelmed by volcanic ash from other mountains, nor by excessive seismicity.  May their peaceful way of life and diplomatic relations continue as a model in the Aftertime.


Ifugao young people travel to the capital to teach an anti-clockwise circle dance of peace - yet another indigenous counterclockwise circle dance and one of many that we have discovered to exist in seemingly unconnected remote mountain locations all over the world.   
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #52 on: August 17, 2018, 06:26:32 PM »
Posting the Philippines to the Prayer Thread in response to Jim's "Daily Headlines" from yesterday:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6805.msg106331.html#msg106331

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Massive floods kill 6 people, displace 59 100 and affect 1.1 million, Philippines

The website that he linked further stated that another 728,000 people were affected by a monsoon that hit the islands on July 23, just three weeks ago.


The Philippines consist of "about" 7,641 islands located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, according to Wikipedia.
http://www.maps-of-the-world.net/maps/maps-of-asia/maps-of-philippines/detailed-administrative-map-of-philippines.jpg

The Wikipedia article on the Philippines says that this country is predominantly Catholic, having once been a colony of Spain.  Ironically, the basement of one of the churches was where Filipino revolutionaries met to plan their independence from Spanish rule. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barasoain_Church

The Philippines were ceded to the U.S. in the Spanish-American War of 1898, and remained a U.S. possession until after WWII, with a brief interlude of occupation by Japan during the war.  They also celebrate their independence on July 4.  The country functioned as a democracy from 1946-1972, after which Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law.  The head of the Filipino Catholic Church led a rebellion in 1986 which installed the first woman president.  The U.S. retained a military presence in the Philippines until 1992.  The nation maintains diplomatic relations with all of its previous colonizers in the 21st Century, and is an industrialized member of numerous trading blocs.

The Zetas warn that the Philippines are in the cross-hairs of several expected cataclysms that will make most of the archipelago uninhabitable.  While seismic activity "crushes" the islands "accordian"-style, numerous volcanoes such as Mt. Pinatubo will likely be erupting and the seas inundating the coastlines. 
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx030.htm

A total evacuation may not be necessary though, as there may be adequate elevation in the highest mountains.  Below is an instructive map with lines drawn showing where to go to escape the worst of the sinking due to tectonic plate subduction, which may most affect the southernmost portion of the islands, as well as all of the coastlines. 

....

May the people of the Philippines who are determined to remain in their homeland for the duration of the Tribulation move upward in elevation, perhaps choosing to live among the "people of the hill" on the rich farmland whose cultivation dates to antiquity.  May they not be overwhelmed by volcanic ash from other mountains, nor by excessive seismicity.  May their peaceful way of life and diplomatic relations continue as a model in the Aftertime.


Ifugao young people travel to the capital to teach an anti-clockwise circle dance of peace - yet another indigenous counterclockwise circle dance and one of many that we have discovered to exist in seemingly unconnected remote mountain locations all over the world.

Amen


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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #53 on: August 17, 2018, 06:27:35 PM »
R.R. thanks for this info and this prayer.
There has to be something significant about the couterclockwise dances...

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #54 on: August 18, 2018, 08:18:29 PM »
Weren't some (?Arctic?) reindeer moving in a circle, counterclockwise, in a video someone posted a few months ago?

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #56 on: August 19, 2018, 03:40:47 PM »
Follow-up prayer for Indonesia right now, as they are being hammered with large quakes, especially this weekend:

7/24: 6.4 magnitude
8/5: 6.9 magnitude
8/9: 5.9 magnitude
8/17: 6.5 magnitude
8/19: 6.3 magnitude
8/19: 6.9 magnitude
8/19: 6.9 magnitude

May that part of the globe settle down soon, and may the people not be caught inside of crumbling structures.  Godspeed to rescuers. 

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« Reply #57 on: August 19, 2018, 03:53:57 PM »
Follow-up prayer for India: Various news outlets have raised the refugee count to 800,000 in the wake of recent devastating floods in the southern part of the country. 

May the rains cease for now in the southern portion of India.  May there not be a disease outbreak in the refugee camps.  May the people who have lost their homes escape to higher ground, even if they have to journey on foot.  May those in refugee camps be treated with kindness and protected from loss of their civil rights. 

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« Reply #58 on: August 25, 2018, 06:08:08 PM »
Per Jim's Daily Headlines thread dated yesterday, am placing Sudan on the prayer list.

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Flooding leaves 23 dead, over 70,000 affected in Sudan



Sudan is officially an Islamic nation on the south border of Egypt, and its ancient history is inextricably intertwined with that country, having both at times been ruled by Egypt and even providing the final dynasty of pharoahs which historically ruled over Egypt, before invasion by the Assyrians ended the lengthy Pharaonic period.  Sudan even has its own set of ancient pyramids in the north.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudan


https://oi.uchicago.edu/museum-exhibits/history-ancient-nubiaOLD

In more recent history, Sudan was a possession of Britain until declaring independence in 1956.  Since it became autonomous, Sudan has remained destabilized by a cultural clash between the predominant Arab Muslims and smaller populations of African Christians and Animists, eventually leading to the secession of South Sudan and the North's loss of control of the lucrative southern oil production.  Perhaps this was karmic payback for all the Southern Sudanese once sold into slavery by their northern Arab captors.

Evidence of the ancient heritage of Sudan still exists abundantly, as people descended from the black Nubian civilization to this day occupy land stretching from Luxor, Egypt into Northern Sudan, defying modern borders in spite of recent attempts by factions of the Arab government to exterminate them, as occurred in Darfur.  A good full-length Youtube documentary titled The Eyes and Ears of God is located here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL61773FC2FF46F738&feature=plcp

A modern-day legend, Dr. Tom Catena of the U.S. has rejected the comforts of life in the West to live among the Hill Nubians, caring for them in the hospital which he runs in spite of bombings by the Arab government:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Catena


Dr. Tom marries into the Hill Nubian community that he serves.  In 2015, Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people on earth.

In addition to internal strife, Sudan is plagued with drought outside the rainy season, and consequently, profound hunger.  It is among the top 7 hungriest nations according to the Global Hunger Index:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Hunger_Index

The Zetas predict that the coming darker skies will further impede agricultural production in a nation already starving, leading to even more violence, and further complicating Sudan's survival prospects in the Aftertime.

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx285.htm

They further suggest that the interior of Africa enjoys high enough elevation above sea level that inundation by sea water during the separation of tectonic plates, as the Great Rift Valley is torn apart, will not be an issue, so drowning is not a major concern. 


http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx310.htm

As even the mountains in North Sudan have proven not to be safe from aerial bombings by the country's own military, it seems that South Sudan, though not perfect, is the better location for survival.  An additional fact in favor of leaving North Sudan is that it is overwhelmingly a desert.

In spite of being signed-on to the Geneva Conventions, Southern Sudan's human rights record is not much of an improvement over Northern Sudan's, so regardless of the fact that a deluge is not expected to affect the area, survivors of the Pole Shift will need to be aloof from population centers.  Thus a mountain location should be considered. 

Parts of South Sudan are in dire need of water, hence the severity of famine there.  However, the Imatong Mountains receive nearly 5' of precipitation annually.  Though the peak reaches more than 10,000' in elevation, human habitation is mostly below 4,900 feet, making it safer from loss of oxygen in the atmosphere at the time of the Pole Shift.



While other portions of South Sudan are suffering from deforestation, the Imatongs, located in Eastern Equatoria State, enjoy dense equatorial rainforests, though subsistence farming has cleared some of it away.  And while the Nile below runs dry in certain locations, the Imatong mountains benefit from numerous year-round rivers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imatong_Mountains


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ikotos_County
The Imatong mountain range is primarily located in Ikotos County in the South Sudanese state of Eastern Equatoria.

Here is a free 500-page online book detailing the cultural practices of the Lango people who inhabit the Imatong Mountains, living on both sides of the border with Uganda:
https://www.wdl.org/en/item/7769/view/1/9/



May the bombing cease around the hospital where Dr. Tom is the only surgeon for 750,000 people.  May the people of Sudan, both North and South, escape violence and famine by heading for the remotest hills to the south, where forests are lush and water exists in abundance.  May they practice conservation of the slopes, protecting them from mudslides by learning to terrace their crops.  May the people who have had so little wealth in their lifetime have much in the Aftertime.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #59 on: August 25, 2018, 08:48:05 PM »
What a beautiful part of the world the Imatong Mountains represent!

 

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