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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #75 on: October 14, 2018, 11:28:00 PM »
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #76 on: November 13, 2018, 06:53:40 PM »
Per Jim's linked article earlier this week, am adding Thailand to the prayer list in the wake of flooding that has immersed 600 villages per one report, causing 46,000 people to be evacuated from their homes. 

https://www.sott.net/article/400401-Three-southern-provinces-of-Thailand-hit-by-flooding-Over-600-villages-submerged

http://floodlist.com/asia/thailand-floods-prachuap-khiri-khan-chumphon-november-2018


This is a familiar sight in 2018.

The affected villages were all located on the narrow isthmus connecting the mainland of Thailand with Malaysia.


The Zetas warn the Thai people that no place in their country is safe, and to forget about houseboating on the water due to the confluence of too many bodies of water expected to become violent during the pole shift:

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx129.htm

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx341.htm

However, the second Zeta link above leaves open the possibility that there may be mitigating circumstances.  Perhaps it might be possible to take refuge ahead of time on the highest peak of the mainland, Doi Inthanon in the Shan Highland, at over 8,400' elevation. 

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

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


As seen in these photos, there is abundant water and agriculture in these mountains.


Mae Klang Luang, occupied by the Karen tribe, is one of several indigenous villages about half-way up the mountain.

The Karen people grow coffee on the mountain at around 6,000' elevation.  In spite of the remote location, one mountain village boasts a coffee shop with a logo that looks a bit like a Starbucks sign:

http://40acrewoods.com/?p=1043

https://mapcarta.com/ChIJcbwEOsCr2zARaU7aiDOvoIU


The Karen village also encourages ecotourists to visit and participate in their agrarian community in order to learn sustainable practices first-hand.
https://www.forkintheroad.co/thailand-hmong-village/

http://elevation.maplogs.com/poi/doi_inthanon_ban_luang_chom_thong_district_chiang_mai_thailand.37348.html


This map of the mountain reveals that it contains caves, which potentially offer refuge during the pole shift.  In addition, it shows the indigenous villages are located in a protected national park.

May the people of Thailand who do not elect to emigrate out of the country understand that it is time to get to higher ground in the Shan Highlands.  May they not waste time in gathering their families and moving out of harm's way.  May the less-traumatic scenario envisioned by the Zetas for geological upheaval of Thailand be their fate.


During the festival of Kathin, which marks the end of the Buddhist lentin season, the women of the local villages lovingly weave a fresh set of clothing for the monks who live further up the mountain.
https://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/social-and-lifestyle/1331511/celebrate-kathin-in-mae-chaem-where-an-elaborate-ceremony-endures
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #77 on: November 28, 2018, 04:42:53 PM »
In response to Jim's Daily Headlines report earlier this week that 3,000 homes were flooded in Iraq, am adding that country to the prayer list.  The article says that a total of 25,000 people are in need of aid as a result of the flooding.  Floodlist says that high water is preventing delivery of relief.

https://watchers.news/2018/11/25/iraq-floods-november-2018/

http://floodlist.com/asia/iraq-floods-november-2018



The Zetas have only two things to say about Iraq: It will be pulled apart during the pole shift, and will "present many surprises," whatever that may mean.  Hopefully it means discovery of archaeological treasures:

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx292.htm

http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta94.htm

While a geological tug-of-war upon Iraq doesn't make it sound like a safe location to be during the pole shift, perhaps the mountains might offer shelter, especially if survivalists opt for more primitive, crush-proof housing.

At a little over 11,800' in elevation, Cheeka Dar is the highest peak in Iraq, though only slightly higher than it's near-twin neighboring peak Halgurd.  Wikipedia warns that one of the roads approaching the mountain traverses a mine field, and that travelers should request escort by a member of the Kurdish military who is familiar with the safest path to travel.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheekha_Dar



Another website explains that Halgurd is the highest climbable peak wholly in Iraq, due to the fact that the summit of Cheekha Dar is not reachable. 
https://www.actionculture.co.uk/tours/iraqi-kurdistan-secret-peaks-9-days-climb-iraq/

The same site says that the tribal Kurdish people of those mountains are both generous and hospitable. 


Caves are plentiful for shelter.

The mountains are located at the far northern tip of Iraq, and border Iran, Turkey and a tiny portion of Syria.


The Kurdish culture in Iraq is contiguous with Kurdish cultures in the mountains of Iran, Turkey and Syria.

Per the Wikipedia article on Iraq Kurdistan, the mountain people have technically been autonomous since 1970, but have been caught up in numerous struggles vs. the majority Iraqi Arabs over historical Kurdish lands.  The Kurdish people have their own constitution and parliament elected by popular vote, separate from Baghdad, though a Kurdish delegate sits on an Iraqi government council with Arabs.


The pink and tan areas are still in dispute, leaving the mountains to the north, shown in red, as the safe and undisputed territory.

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

Though the Kurdish people are located on oil-rich land, agriculture is also a key part of their economy, and they enjoy greater food security than desert portions of Iraq.



While most Kurds profess mainstream faiths of either Islam or Christianity, their native culture, traceable back to Zoroastrian Mithra, predates both.  They believe in one supreme God whose work is carried out by 7 angels capable of incarnating on earth, in a cosmology patterned after Anu and the Annunaki, and making the religion more Aryan than Semitic.  Jesus is regarded as one of the Seven.


The underlying tribal faith of Kurdish culture, regardless of mainstream Monotheistic professions, is Yazdanism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yazd%C3%A2nism

May the Iraqi people who sincerely wish peace with the Kurdish people evacuate the lowlands and move upward in elevation to the north.  May the torquing of the land predicted by the Zetas not be as severe as expected, and may the predicted "surprise" be something wonderful that will add to our collective knowledge of our human origins and destiny.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #78 on: November 30, 2018, 06:32:12 AM »
After reading this ZeroHedge article...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-29/1-3-caravan-migrants-are-sick-some-deadly-diseases

...am adding members of the asylum-seeking caravan from Central America to the prayer list, as many in that group are - if I understand correctly - Guatemalans escaping the devastation of Mt. Fuego's eruptions to their environment, particularly to their ability to produce food.

Readers will have differing opinions about this topic, and some may feel strongly one way or the other.  I will admit to feeling surprised at the fact that the caravan chose to move north, rather than south.

From what we've learned about the geographical ways in which Earth Changes are playing out, it now appears that Caribbeans and Central Americans must be evacuated, if they are to have any prospects of surviving into the Aftertime.  Those of us in better locations have a tough decision to make: either we allow space for newcomers with positive intentions, or we don't. 

A lot of negative intentions have been attributed to members of the caravan in the media - they've been accused of plotting terrorism and harboring deadly diseases.  One certainly cannot argue that they should be detained and carefully screened for background and health. 

May the Central Americans seeking refuge, if they are indeed people of good will, be given an opportunity to demonstrate that they can be good neighbors, so that they may have a chance to survive the coming cataclysms.  May they be protected from harm, to the extent that they intend no harm, and may they receive the type of kindness that we ourselves would like to receive under similar circumstances.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #79 on: December 08, 2018, 05:57:48 PM »
Adding the D. R. Congo to the prayer thread in the eruption of the most recent Ebola outbreak in that location. 

The virus has spread, perhaps for the first time, to infants.  Older children who find themselves in the role of caregiver to an infected parent are also succumbing. 

Violence against health workers is also erupting, complicating matters, partly due to suspicions on the part of residents toward health care workers and vaccines, some of which may be understandable given the fact that there is a patented strain of Ebola in existence.

Patent here:
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20120251502A1/en



As the disease can be spread via burial of the dead, corpses are being left unburied.

More information is needed on this topic and this particular outbreak.  Please add to our knowledge base if you can contribute.

Referred by Leak Project:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOuYXj2QyZ8



Clearer enlargeable image here: https://reliefweb.int/map/democratic-republic-congo/ebola-virus-disease-outbreak-situation-overview-dg-echo-daily-map-0

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #80 on: January 27, 2019, 05:29:22 PM »
We've been hearing of African villagers fleeing from Western vaccination programs recently.

Now there is an educated voice from among them speaking out publicly against mass vaccination programs on the continent that utilize Western vaccines:

https://newspunch.com/scientist-bill-gates-funding-population-control-africa/

Referred by:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqTOOCJmMmU

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #81 on: February 28, 2019, 06:41:04 PM »
In response to Jim's linked article yesterday on the devastating floods in Angola which destroyed hundreds of homes, am including that country in the prayer thread.  Combined with destruction from floods earlier this month, the total of homes lost is even higher:

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7100.msg110201.html#msg110201

https://watchers.news/2019/02/27/at-least-815-homes-destroyed-as-heavy-rains-hit-angola/



Angola, once under Portuguese colonial rule, is located on the lower west coast of the African continent:


On this map, Angola is the yellow country located on the Atlantic Ocean just above Namibia.

Though Zetatalk does warn of a rough Atlantic Ocean affecting Angola during the time surrounding the pole shift, it presents a positive outlook for the Aftertime:

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The coastline along the volatile Atlantic will find itself well positioned for trade inland. Fishing along the coast will provide a source of food, when dried and salted, to be taken inland. Migrations from Europe, perpetually seeking to find the better life that must be somewhere around the bend, will migrate down the coastline all the way to S Africa, and thus will pass through. This will bring an multi-cultural aura to the area, making the seacoast communities a delight for the young, who will learn from their visitors, many of whom will settle.

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx290.htm

The tumultuousness of the Atlantic, including the potential for tidal bore, should put the coastal-dwelling population of Angola, where suffering in the recent set of floods was concentrated, on alert to begin migrating upward. 

While the Atlantic Ocean would make coastal dwelling in the western lowlands of Angola unadvisable, to the north is a current Ebola outbreak situation in southern D. R. Congo.  Zambia to the east is currently hosting nearly 50,000 refugees fleeing the precarious situation in the D. R. Congo, while in southern Angola lies a desert.

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


Climate map of Angola showing the sweet spot in dark green, where temperatures usually remain between the 40's and the low 80's F.

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

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


The white mountain caps on this topography map of Angola correspond to the dark green sweet spot on the climate map above.


Map of "hot-zone" to the north of Angola in the DRC, as described in Richard Preston's non-fiction book of the same title, imaged below.

https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/history/distribution-map.html



Two provinces exist in the most temperate zone of Angola at high elevation: they are Huambo and Bié.  Huambo, being closer to the coast, is more highly populated, while Bié is more toward the safe middle of the country and more sparsely populated.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bi%C3%A9_Province


The Bié Plateau

The Bié Plateau, as it is named, reaches a little over 6,000' in elevation, with several rivers running through it and an abundance of fresh water.  The area is capable of sustaining a variety of crops, such as coffee, corn, rice, sisal, sugarcane, and peanuts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bi%C3%A9_Plateau


Coffee crops are making a come-back after a 40-year hiatus due to late 20th Century wars.

https://enterprisetv.tv/angola-set-to-export-coffee-to-us-after-a-40-year-hiatus/

The Bié highlands are populated by the Ovimbundu people, whose lives are heavily centered upon agriculture.  They practice a mixture of Christianity and traditional African religions.  Wikipedia refers to their agricultural expertise as being "sophisticated," integrating crops and small animals in a holistic system.

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


Kuito is a small city in the mountains with tree-lined streets.

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



May the coast-dwelling people of Angola at a minimum prepare locations in the Plateau to which they can retreat for shelter in the coming turmoil expected in the Atlantic.  May the prophecy of their good fortune in the Aftertime come to fruition on their own terms, and not under subjugation by a colonial power, and may their advanced agricultural techniques serve as a model for neighboring lands that may struggle to feed themselves as they emerge from the Tribulation.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #82 on: March 01, 2019, 10:18:36 AM »
Have updated the push-pin map for this thread, endeavoring to stick to the topic of "prayers for indigenous populations," though clearly the cataclysms are extending to the so-called "first world," especially if drought and storms are factored in. 

We've been praying for developed nations too, as the need arises, but we first-worlders are generally not pinpointed on this map unless there is a significant undeveloped, semi-developed or culturally isolated sub-population within our borders, such as was the case with montagne ethnic Grecians for example.

Part of the rationale behind this self-imposed restriction is that we are privileged to have access to technology, and all of functionality which that entails with which to receive warnings about the future and act upon them, such as Town Hall, Youtube, on-line "How-To" documents, and some degree of direct on-line access to the vast scientific data of technological societies, such as NASA, USGS, FAA webcams, NOAA etc.

The objectives of this thread then, have focused upon

1. increasing our own awareness of others in the world that we may know little about, "visiting" places and people that we may never actually be privileged to visit in person due to an expectation of possible upcoming travel restrictions and map-altering upheavals...

2. group prayer and meditation to send supernatural pre- and post-cataclysmic help to those in need or anticipated to become in need...

3. inspiration to those of us in the developed world by those in the less-developed world who thrive on fewer modern comforts, as well as a brief glimpse into their survival methods...

Below is an attached screenshot of the updated push-pin map of where we stand.  Please feel free to add prayer requests for other locations not yet covered, or to update our existing information.

Here's a link to view the more-clear original map directly on the MapFling website, where the size of the map can be manipulated.  The link is good for three months from today:

https://mapfling.com/qs7xksm
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #83 on: March 10, 2019, 06:06:25 AM »
In response to ongoing concerns which Max had posted regarding the plight of the Venezuelan people, am copying a post from his thread "When the Lights Go Out:"

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6582.msg110503.html#msg110503

Continuing with prayers and meditations for the Venezuelan people.  One possible safe haven there that they might escape to is the Tama' Massif in the northern Andes, located in the state of Tachira on Venezuela's border with Colombia.  A massif is a geologically stable mountain that doesn't split apart during seismic activity, but moves as one solid unit, if at all, which readers may already know.


Tama', on the northwestern border of Venezuela, is marked #26 on this map of the country's national parks

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

The highest peak in the northern Andes there is just under 12,000', and at the mid-latitudes there is abundant agriculture.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tam%C3%A1_Massif

There are two national parks protecting the Tama' Massif: one in the foothills serving as a buffer from the rest of the Venezuelan plains, and one on the other side of the Colombian border buffering the Massif from the remainder of Colombia. 


The largest nearby town is Santa Ana, located in the foothills of the Massif in Cordoba Municipality.  The town has just one high school and is populated and surrounded by people who grow coffee and love football and mountain bikes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Ana_del_T%C3%A1chira


A farm in the Venezuelan Andes

As an alternative escape route, Amazonas is the Venezuelan state bordering Brazil to the south that is furthest from the unstable Caribbean coast.  Rio Negro, located in Amazonas, is the furthest point away from the remainder of Venezuela and away from the coast in that area.  Lots of natural resources there, but also lots of tropical diseases and potentially dangerous wildlife, and it's only 213' above sea level.

May the Venezuelan people continue their migrations to safety, as many have already done.  May their migrations occur in such a manner as not to overwhelm local rural populations and ecosystems within safe havens.  May the resources of safe locations be supernaturally stretched, as needed, in order to facilitate the inclusion of migrating individuals and families.  May the Aware, a.k.a. ascending ones of that nation remain aloof and invisible to coercive government actions and the whims of any STS civilians. 
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #84 on: March 16, 2019, 03:04:45 PM »
Have been keeping an eye on the flooding situation in Malawi ever since Jim posted about it earlier this week on his "Daily Headlines" thread:

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7100.msg110625.html#msg110625



The situation appears to be worsening after several days of torrential rains, according to numerous reports, which are now saying that 200,000 people have been displaced from their homes, and dozens have died.  Crops have been washed away, as well as all of the affected people's belongings.  Many are being forced to sleep outside on the ground with no blankets or protection from mosquitoes, which in that part of the world are especially a health concern.  Some fear that their new existence in a refugee camp instead of in a home may become long-term, and to make things worse, more rain is on the way this weekend:

https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/africa/2019-03-15-cannot-go-back-malawi-floods-leave-thousands-homeless/

https://www.voanews.com/a/malawi-floods/4830580.html

https://www.africanews.com/2019/03/15/malawi-floods-leave-thousands-homeless/

https://www.voanews.com/a/malawi-floods/4830580.html


Malawi is a small landlocked country located in the lower east portion of Africa.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Malawi#Climate

Malawi is geographically unusual to begin with because a large proportion of it is already comprised of water, regardless of flooding:


In addition to Malawi having a large percentage of surface water, the entire central portion of the country is topographically one huge depression, being part of the Great Rift Valley - allowing even more water to accumulate during rainy seasons.

Perhaps because of Malawi's smaller size, Zetatalk omits that country in its safe locations predictions.  Forecasts for the surrounding countries are a mixed bag, with those bordering upon the African east coast expected to have a better outcome than nations to the immediate west of Malawi, which are expected to face disease epidemics and possible attempts on the part of others to subjugate them under new colonial rule.

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfo242.htm

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx289.htm

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx291.htm

Descriptions given in some of the news articles about the present flooding in Malawi say that numerous refugees initially attempted to get to higher ground, but those slightly more elevated locations apparently weren't high enough. 

Wikipedia explains that the central Rift Valley in Malawi is fortuitously surrounded on all sides by mountains and foothills, with broad ranges being concentrated in the north, while the tallest isolated peaks exist among the southern foothills.


With so many mountains in Malawi, the choice needs to be narrowed down by micro-climate.  There are a few small ideal temperate zones in Malawi in dark green.  The one in the southeast is the tallest peak in the country, Mount Mulanje, just under 10,000'.


https://www.expertafrica.com/malawi/reference-map


Village at the mid-elevation of Mt. Mulanje.

Mt. Mulanje has a rich agricultural belt farmed by three intermingled tribes, and is especially noted for its tea crops:


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

The very highest peak of Mt. Mulanje, Mt. Sapitwa, is a cloudy ascent whose name is loosely translated "unreachable."  Legends say Sapitwa belongs to ancestral spirits, who sometimes leave food for stranded travelers, sometimes fully cooked and waiting to be eaten.  It would be considered impolite not to dine with gratitude.


The peak of Mt. Mulanje, Mt. Sapitwa rises above the clouds below.

May the awakened people of Malawi, who have instinctively moved to slightly higher ground and still met with flooding, redouble their efforts to migrate even higher yet into Mt. Mulanje or other such peak, in such a manner as not to overwhelm sensitive ecosystems and villages.  May the loving ancestral spirits atop Mt. Sapitwa, as well as Providence, keep a watchful eye over survivors both through the Pole Shift and into the Aftertime.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #85 on: March 18, 2019, 05:55:06 PM »
Following up on Jim's "Daily Headlines" thread from yesterday, the death toll continues to rise from Cyclone Idai, which hit both Zimbabwe and Mozambique this weekend.

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7100.msg110783.html#msg110783

The situation is still being assessed, so figures are preliminary.  Am relying on Reliefweb for information, which is constantly updated.

In Mozambique, the currently known death toll is at 84, but the count is incomplete and is estimated to exceed 1,000.  Another 600,000 people have been displaced.
https://reliefweb.int/report/mozambique/mozambique-tropical-cyclone-idai-situation-update-17-march-2019

In Zimbabwe, the death toll presently sits at 82, with hundreds still missing.  The number of homes lost to the flooding is estimated to be 2,500.
https://reliefweb.int/report/zimbabwe/zimbabwe-floods-flash-update-no-2-18-march-2019

Much of the agriculture in both countries has been wiped out as well, and in such flooding, even the topsoil is often destroyed, preventing quick replanting.

Zetatalk has little to say about either country. 


Located on the lower east side of Africa, Mozambique is shown in pink, while Zimbabwe is depicted adjacent in purple.

The highest peak in Mozambique, Mt. Binga, is also one of the highest peaks in Zimbabwe at over 8,000'.  Located at the border between the two countries, it is also one of the furthest mountains from the ocean for Mozambique.


Mt. Binga is surrounded by a national park on the Zimbabwe side of the border with Mozambique, and located in Manica Province on the Mozambique side.



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

The inhabitants of Mt. Binga are subsistence farmers, according to Wikipedia.  Key crops include maize, cassava, peanuts, sweet potatoes, rice and cashews.  Goats provide milk and meat, as well.  The average farm size is around 4 acres, nearly all of them being off-grid.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manica_Province


Honey is another important farm product on Mt. Binga.  Note all of the white-painted hives in this photo...

http://www.anac.gov.mz/en/projectos/beekeeping-in-chimanimani/

The same Wiki article also describes the mountain as a good place to relocate away from conflicts elsewhere in Mozambique.

Within Manica Province, the least populated district near the peak of the mountains is Sussundenga District, at 48 people per square mile. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sussundenga_District



The portion of Zimbabwe adjoining Mt. Binga in Mozambique shares the name "Manica," being called "Manicaland."

May the people of Mozambique and Zimbabwe receive critically needed relief as the situation continues to be assessed.  May they be protected from disease outbreak while in refugee camps, and then as soon as possible, may the aware among them migrate up the mountains to safety from flooding of low-lying areas. 
 

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #86 on: April 02, 2019, 06:51:40 PM »
In response to Jim's "Daily Headlines" inclusion of the severe flooding in Iran, am adding them to the prayer thread. 

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7100.msg111127.html#msg111127



The most recent update on ReliefWeb adds that flooding has continued virtually non-stop since March 16, affecting 586 cities and towns, and more rain is on the way.  The flooding has taken a dire toll on infrastructure, livestock, agriculture and jobs, forcing tens of thousands of people into shelters. 

https://reliefweb.int/report/iran-islamic-republic/iran-floods-emergency-plan-action-epoa-dref-n-mdrir002


https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/dams-95-percent-full-iran-braces-flooding-190402160344449.html

The country has also been experiencing increased seismicity, which Jim has also documented.

Zetatalk predicts that Iran will end up near the South Pole after the pole shift, and recommends that they plan on migrating north to Africa in the aftermath.  Those wishing to remain behind until then are advised to be in crush-proof buildings. 

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Find a low spot protected from the wind and cover yourself cowering and lying on the ground with a metal roof or piece of tin or sod covered boards, in the rare event that a firestorm would descend. Don’t delay in your migration, as the days after the shift, when populations everywhere are dazed, are the best opportunity to migrate. Afterwards, territoriality will be re-established, and migration resisted along the route.

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx225.htm


Iran's land mass essentially forms a bridge adjoining the Asian continent with Africa at the nexus of the Middle East, allowing access to several strategically located bodies of water.

Iran's Elamite population, still in existence, is an ancient civilization contemporary with Sumeria, as documented by Wikipedia and elsewhere on Town Hall:

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

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

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,5546.msg109959.html#msg109959



Elam was a name given to the region by the Sumerians, while a more local name seems to have been Susiana.  Elamite society was matriarchal and polytheistic (later Zoroastrian Magi and Christian), and retains some of those elements in contemporary times although Iran is an Islamic theocracy with some democratic practices.

With exceptions, most of Iran is a desert suffering from inland water scarcity.  In the present pre-pole shift period, there is only one area of Iran which has a temperate climate, and that is in the Azerbaijani region, located in bright pink on this climate map:



Located in the Lesser Caucasus Mountains, the East Azerbaijan Province within the Arasbaran Protected Region has one of the highest rainfalls in Iran.  Wikipedia documents that around 24,000 nomads live in the area, and that the main economic activities are agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture, apiculture, handicrafts and tourism.  It is one location in Iran with scant political history, according to Wiki.

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

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



Within that ecoregion adjacent to the Izadi Holy Mountain is a village called Garmanab where expatriots have begun migrating.  The village was gradually abandoned in the 20th Century and completely fell off of the government census by 2006. 


Izadi Holy Mountain with shrine in the Arasbaran ecoregion of northwestern Iran.


The abandoned village of Garmanab under re-construction.

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



May the people of Iran, with all of their diversity and origins stretching into antiquity, migrate toward the highlands for the remainder of their time prior to the pole shift.  If predictions of an Antarctic existence are indeed their fate, may they be able to migrate away from their homeland and take up residence in a warmer climate conducive to farming.  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 #87 on: April 02, 2019, 09:31:55 PM »
Amin.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #88 on: April 03, 2019, 12:28:44 AM »
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In response to Jim's "Daily Headlines" inclusion of the severe flooding in Iran, am adding them to the prayer thread.  ... The most recent update on ReliefWeb adds that flooding has continued virtually non-stop since March 16, affecting 586 cities and towns, and more rain is on the way.  The flooding has taken a dire toll on infrastructure, livestock, agriculture and jobs, forcing tens of thousands of people into shelters. 

Interesting that Iran gov't has been one of the few hold-outs against GESARA.

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the death toll continues to rise from Cyclone Idai, which hit both Zimbabwe and Mozambique this weekend.

And Zimbabwe is one of the key players in the Global Currency Reset operation.

Hmmm.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #89 on: April 03, 2019, 08:52:41 AM »
Jim, Do you have a link to a list of signators to GESARA?

 

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