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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #90 on: April 03, 2019, 12:39:01 PM »
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #91 on: April 27, 2019, 02:15:26 PM »
Per Jim's Daily Headlines thread dated yesterday, Tropical Cyclone Kenneth has devastated the nation of Mozambique, destroying thousands of homes, wiping out entire villages and displacing nearly 20,000 out of 30,000 evacuees.  This comes right on the heels of Cyclone Idai's havoc in the region.  Communication is spotty right now.  Keeping them in thoughts and prayers.

https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,7100.msg111713.html#msg111713

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-48076844



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https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6908.msg110814.html#msg110814

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Per Jim's "Daily News Headlines" thread post yesterday regarding the severity of flooding in Paraguay, am including that country on the prayer list.  Jim's linked article cites more than 12,000 families displaced:

https://www.sott.net/article/413522-Floods-in-Paraguays-capital-leads-to-evacuation-of-more-than-11000-families


Zetatalk has virtually nothing to say about Paraguay.

Wikipedia describes the landlocked country as "the heart of South America," adding that it has frequently been at the top of various charts of the world's happiest places in modern times, though the indigenous population endured a form of slavery under Spanish rule during the colonial period. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encomienda


While one might think of the Spanish conquistadors as being in sync with Catholicism, this Wiki article titled "Jesuit Reduction" details historic tensions between Spanish Colonial PTB in Paraguay and the Jesuits who created missions there for indigenous populations, portraying the Jesuits in a favorable light for their attempt to create an independent nation for native Paraguayans apart from Spanish rule:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesuit_reduction

As with attempts elsewhere to Christianize indigenous people, the resulting faith in Paraguay became a unique syncretic blend of Catholicism and tribal beliefs, which the vast majority in that country continue to practice.

Paraguay is divided by the Paraguay River into agrarian eastern settlements influenced by the Jesuits and nomadic western settlements which opposed both Spanish and Jesuit interference in their way of life.


The mountains are located down in the boot of Paraguay.

This climate map shows eastern Paraguay as being the more habitable portion of the country, consisting of foothills of the Brazilian Plateau:


The highest point in Paraguay is the peak of Mt. San Rafael in the southeastern corner of the country, reaching to a little under 2,800' in elevation.  The next-highest peak, Cerro Pero, is only a few feet less in elevation but much more climbable.  Located in Guaira "Department" or county, it is home to an abandoned military base. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerro_Tres_Kand%C3%BA

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guair%C3%A1_Department


View of rainstorm from Mt. Cerro Pero, also known as Cerro Tres Kandu.  Note the fertile farmland below.

May those in Paraguay who are in awareness migrate toward the southeastern mountains of the country, away from the flooding at lower elevations and violence between nomadic tribes to the west, toward the productive settled farmland inhabited by peaceful indigenous tribes.  May the safety of the interior of South America, free from volcanoes, permit the ancient Guarani people of Paraguay, and those finding shelter among them, to carry on a thriving culture in the Aftertime.


Paraguayan farmers resting after a busy Yerba Mate' coffee substitute harvest.
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Jim recently linked an article on his "Daily Headlines" thread alerting us that around  2,500 people had been displaced by flooding in Tanzania:

https://watchers.news/2019/05/23/severe-floods-kill-5-leave-crop-damage-and-thousands-homeless-tanzania/


Crops have been inundated, and additional heavy rains are forecast for that region.

ZetaTalk advises that those in awareness take shelter in the interior highlands prior to the pole shift, and then take advantage of an anticipated abundance of food in the ocean afterward.
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx289.htm


Tanzania is centrally located on the east coast of Africa, on the Indian Ocean.  It's boundaries include a chain of islands called the Tanzanian Archipelago.

Within the nation's borders is the semi-autonomous region of Zanzibar, which was once under the control of Arab slave traders.  The majority of the population of Zanzibar were slaves under that system.

Having been first under German colonial governance and later under joint control of Britain, Belgium and Portugal, Tanzania became an independent constitutional republic in 1963, with some Socialistic elements such as nationalized banking.  In the 1980's, the nation went through a period of decentralizing its government and fostering more local control.

Tanzania is regionally influential, represented on numerous trade and diplomatic councils and having helped to successfully negotiate a lasting peace treaty between warring tribes in Burundi, as noted previously:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6908.msg105014.html#msg105014

The nation had heavily supported the Allies in WWII with its agricultural production, leading to food scarcity and price inflation for its own people, according to Wikipedia:

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

Here is a climate map of Tanzania.  Note the tropical rainforest pocket away from the coastline, as well as the broad temperate band across the middle of the country, suitable for agricultural production:

Tanzania has the highest peak in Africa, Mt. Kilamanjaro.  The temperate district of Kilamandscharo has the greatest elevation above sea level.  Mountains are also located in adjacent districts.


The majority of the Tanzanian people are subsistence farmers who are unconnected to a public electrical grid, but have access to solar power.  Recently, an abundance of natural gas was discovered in the Archipelago, which is being directed mostly to the creation of electricity.

Farmers in that country have little access to credit for modernization, but conversely, are not in debt either.  In fact, it is the isolation of Tanzania from global markets, along with strong gold production, that have helped to cushion the country from global economic crises, per Wikipedia.


May the aware in Tanzania migrate toward the northeastern mountains, surrounded by a protected wilderness buffer, and join with others in subsistence and community farming.  May Tanzania be a beacon in the Aftertime of undebased money and decentralized governance, appropriate to an ascended, free people.


Usambara Mountain village to the east of Kilamanjaro
https://vivaafricatours.com/usambara-mountains-tanzanias-hidden-treasure/

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On Thursday, Jim included a report on flooding in Libya which has displaced 2,500 people and affected 20,000 in total:
https://watchers.news/2019/06/06/major-floods-hit-libya-severe-damage-reported-4-people-killed-and-2-500-displaced/


The affected areas are without water and electricity,
and raw sewage is overflowing into the streets.

ZetaTalk feels that Libya will remain a desert though, which is expected to protect its citizens from being mobbed by migrant populations in the Aftertime:
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx284.htm


Libya is centrally located at the top of Africa,
on the southern shore of the Mediterranean Sea.

Wikipedia explains that Libya was an early Germanic center of Christianity under Spanish rule until the Ottoman Empire overtook the region.  This was followed by governance under Italy in the first half of the 20th Century, until Libya gained its independence as a kingdom.  In present time it is an Islamic Republic represented on the United Nations.

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

Libya was once referred to by its capital name of "Tripoli,"
as shown on this map of the Ottoman Empire.

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

Perhaps the most ancient people of Libya are the Berbers, who comprise 10% of the population today.  They call themselves a word that means "Free Men."  Their culture has recently made a come-back after having long been suppressed in Arab society.


In Libya's Berber culture, young men wear an indigo veil when they reach age 25. 
Teatime is a cultural highlight.

Here is the Berber script.  The symbol for "Z" at the end of their alphabet
is also the peace sign (lower right):

Though most of Libya is one of the driest places on earth, the green Nafusa mountains in the northwest are home to the Berber people.  They rise to around 2,500' above sea level.

May awake-minded people in Libya consider moving toward the mountains in the northwestern portion of that country.  May they learn both survival skills and community cohesiveness from the Berber culture which has stood for millennia, largely aloof from numerous wars and regime changes in the desert at a distance below.

A Berber home in the mountains of Libya[/center]
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #96 on: September 03, 2019, 07:34:29 AM »
Evolutionary Energy Arts reports that the nation of Zambia is very close to starvation at this time, due to a severe drought.

May some of this excess rain that many are receiving be diverted to that country's crops without delay.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x2h6Sbe2N0 @ around 16:00

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #97 on: September 13, 2019, 08:42:21 AM »
Yesterday, Jim had posted a link to an article about the severe flooding in Laos which has displaced hundreds of thousands of people:

https://www.sott.net/article/420278-Floods-kill-at-least-14-in-southern-Laos-hundreds-of-thousands-displaced


Am adding Laos to the prayer list, and reposting a portion of data posted recently for a neighboring part of Indochina, Vietnam, as Zetatalk does not treat them separately:

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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...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

Laos was known for centuries as the Kingdom of a Million Elephants until falling under French control along with Vietnam, and then gaining its independence in the early 1950's.  During the subsequent Vietnam War, Laos had the misfortune to become the most heavily bombed nation on earth in proportion to its small population, per the Wikipedia article on that country - receiving the equivalent of all the explosives dropped on Europe and Asia during WWII.  The remainder of unexploded arsenal continues to kill 50 Laotians per year, and makes it impossible to expand the amount of land used for farming.

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

In present time, Laos is a socialist republic that closely identifies and interacts with Vietnam.

Because of all the unexploded ordnance, much of the most elevated land is unsafe to climb, though here is a list of the mountains:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Laos#List_of_mountains_in_Laos

As a result, except for those already well-situated in known explosive-free territory, it might be wise for Laotians seeking safe elevations to consider migration to the mountains of northern Vietnam, especially given the close relations between the two countries.


May the survival-minded people of Laos move toward the greater elevation of the northern highlands, either in their own country or in neighboring friendly Vietnam.  May their land be purged of the remnants of war, perhaps using robotics to locate and detonate unexploded bombs.  May they be free to expand their agricultural base in the Aftertime, without fear of encountering weapons from a long-past era.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #98 on: October 29, 2019, 09:24:44 AM »
Earlier this week Jim had posted a link to news of the flooding in Ethiopia that has displaced 120,000 people in just one region, with around 200,000 people total having been affected throughout the country, according to Floodlist.com:


The most severely affected portion of Ethiopia is located
 in the southeastern "Somali Region."

Ethiopia, which may be considered by some to be the cradle of humanity due to the age of skeletal remains discovered there, was one of very few locations in Africa to have mostly escaped colonization, with a few short-term exceptions that were quickly reversed.  It's monarchy can be traced through oral and written history rather than genealogy back to the Queen of Sheba, wife of King Solomon according to Biblical scholars dating back to Origen.

The historian Josephus noted that the Queen of Sheba governed both Ethiopia and Egypt simultaneously.  Boccaccio also lists Arabia as being one of her possessions, and gives her historic first name as being Nicaula.


Ethiopians have conserved an ancient semitic script alphabet of syllables, which they continue to use in present time.  The Ethiopic Christian Bible, compiled outside of Constantine's influence in the 4th Century A.D., contains numerous extra books that do not exist in Western Bibles, written in that script:



Ethiopians reckon time differently than elsewhere.  More than one calendrical system is in use, in particular an Egyptian one dating to Alexander, and an especially interesting one based upon several different constellations and Earth's own moon, in which there are no weeks - only months and days.  A kind of Stonehenge exists just over the southern border with Kenya which served as an observatory to observe the conjunctions necessary to follow this calendar. 



The Ethiopian Orthodox clergy also celebrate holy days differently than in other locations.  In this photo, priests perform a dance on the Epiphany:


From the central part of the country to its western border lies fertile farmland in which around 15% of the population is engaged in farming that produces, among other crops, Africa's largest bounty of coffee.


Toward the center and northern portions of Ethiopia, the highlands spread and rise to nearly 15,000' in elevation in the Semien Mountains of the northwest, with a generally sub-tropical climate below the peaks.  Ras Dashen is the highest summit.  This may not, however, be the optimal survival location, as several volcanoes exist in the north which have erupted in the 21st Century.



Zetatalk is less concerned about a safe location in Ethiopia, given that so much of it is mountainous, than it is with gangs crossing the border from neighboring countries.  The strategy presented is to hole up and out-wait them, as they are expected to perish within a decade following the pole shift.

Given that the best farmland and climate are in the western half of Ethiopia, while its eastern half loses points for being a hot desert bordering at one point with the Gulf of Aden at the mouth of the Indian Ocean, a western survival position would make sense, but not toward the northern summits, which are actively volcanic.  A southern mountainous location may be to the greatest advantage, being far from border crossings, while simultaneously away from the capital city.  Suggestions might include the market town of Nekemte with its ideal climate ranging from 51-77o F, or another market town, Dilla.  Additional possibilities are Hosaena, or Arba Minch with its abundance of natural spring water.


All of the mountains of Ethiopia may be good sources of caves for shelter.

May those who feel called to survival in Ethiopia consider situating themselves in the highlands south-centrally, where populations are somewhat sparse, the land is fertile, and the aroma of coffee never ends.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #99 on: November 08, 2019, 10:34:13 AM »
Following up on a couple of posts on Jim's Daily Headlines thread, am adding Somalia to the prayer list.  The November 6 update by Reliefweb notes that 370,000 people have been displaced.

https://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/ocha-somalia-flash-update-4-humanitarian-impact-flooding-6-november-2019




Somalia, an Islamic land of mostly one indigenous people divided into family clans rather than multiple tribes, is situated at the tip of the Horn of Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean to the east. 


Clans may overflow Somalia's nominal modern boundaries into neighboring countries, and this historic porosity of borders may be partially responsible for the impression of family clans and their well-trained militias as being gangs.  In fact, most armed conflict is within families.  However, The Wall Street Journal names at least one clan's militia as being a terrorist organization, at least from a Western perspective.  Zetas also view Somalia as producing gangs, per their "Safe Locations" article on that region.



Historically, Somalia is famous for its centuries-long position as middleman in the spice trade from Asia to Europe, according to Wikipedia, with cinnamon being an especially important commodity.  Because of this commerce, Somalians have historically been fluent in the European Romance languages spoken along the Mediterranean Coast, as well as Arabic.  Trade with Europe led to peaceful relations with all but the Portuguese, who the Somalis felt were aggressively colonizing Africa.  An alliance between Somalia and the Ottoman Empire effectively drove the Portuguese out of much of their stronghold.


Medieval Somali trade ship.  Somali technology of the period also included lighthouses.


Though Somalia has the longest coastline of any country in Africa, it does have a mountainous region along the Gulf of Aden in the North.  The highest peak, reaching roughly 8,000' in elevation, is Mt. Shimbiris (Shimber Berris) in the Al Madow mountain range, south of which lie the Karkaar Mountains. 

The Al Madow Mountains in Northern Somalia

Presently, the mountain communities largely engage in ranching rather than farming, a cultural peculiarity dating far back in Somalian history to when ranching clans were considered more affluent than farming clans.  However, a movement is afoot to study mountain terrace-farming methods from surrounding countries which have had success with the practice.  Another pressing need of Somalian farmers is to defend their land from ongoing land grabs by wealthy outside investors.

One of the greatest environmental and health concerns for Somalia is the fact that two Italian waste disposal companies which had contracted to dump debris on Somalia's shoreline, had in fact polluted it with radioactive waste which to this day likely is partially responsible for symptoms of radiation sickness in the population, and for the life span of around 50 years of age.

May the people of Somalia who feel called to do so move toward either the Cal Madow or Karkaar mountain range, away from contaminated coastal flood plains.  May they learn from neighboring countries how to greatly expand their agricultural production by terrace-farming the hills, and may their farmlands be spared from seizure by wealthy outsiders.  May their beaches be purged of radioactive waste, and their population regain its health, living well into old age.

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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #100 on: November 20, 2019, 08:15:18 AM »
Per a recent post on Jim's "Daily Headlines" thread, am adding the Central African Republic to the prayer list:


Image from the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

The linked article says that around 57,000 people have been displaced from their homes, adding to the ever-growing global refugee population. 

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There is an urgent need for clean drinking water, mosquito nets, and materials to set up temporary shelters to ensure people are kept healthy and safe.

The article continues by explaining that Central African Republic was already one of the poorest nations in the world to begin with, even before the floods struck (thanks in large part to plundering under colonial rule first by France and then Germany in the early 20th Century, in which profits from the country's assets went to outsiders using conscripted inside labor, per Wikipedia).  The total refugee count in that country from recent natural disasters is now up to 600,000 people.  In addition, a civil war that has been in progress for several years is exacerbating the situation.


Lest one get the impression that CAR is entirely backward, note that it elected its first woman president five years ago, well ahead of some locations in the developed world:


The Wikipedia entry on the CAR lists it as a mineral-rich location with an abundance of farmable land which has not been developed to its potential (and when outside organizations make such statements about any location with a rustic lifestyle, one needs to consider that the perspective may not be in full agreement with those inside the nation's borders, who may or may not benefit from outside development).


Cassava is a dietary staple in the Central African Republic.

Mouth-watering, locally produced cuisine

The Wiki article goes on to explain how versatile the people of the CAR have been over the millennia, farming and fishing long before many modern developed nations were doing so, as well as working with iron.

ZetaTalk makes no specific mention of CAR, lumping it in with both positive and negative outlooks for the continent of Africa as a whole: Positive in that it is expected to remain above water and provide rich farmland, and negative in that diseases are expected to spread.


However, with the advent of recent cataclysmic flooding, survival-minded people within the CAR might want to seek refuge in the Bongo mountain range in the far north, which reaches around 4,500' elevation at its summit, Mount Toussoro.  This is about as far distant from the border of disease-ravaged DRC as possible within the country.

The Bongo Mountains are referred to as the Bongo Massif (a.k.a. Tondou Massif) on this map.  Note the large conservation districts in the foothills of mountains.


May the people of the Central African Republic receive relief for the immediate needs from flooding, such as food, water, tents and mosquito netting, and may they be protected from a malaria or cholera outbreak while they are recovering from that and other recent climate disruptions.  May the farmers be on their guard against outsiders who may covet their land.  May internal tensions bringing about civil war be peacefully resolved, so that CAR citizens may unite and stand firmly against anyone who might seek to take advantage of their abundant natural resources.  May those who are survival-minded seek higher ground in the mountains to the north, away from disease at the southern border and away from flooding in the plains.  And may they be among the happiest and most blessed people on earth in the Aftertime.

Boys canoeing in southern CAR.
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #101 on: November 21, 2019, 04:37:19 AM »
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Re: Prayer thread for indigenous populations most affected by earth changes
« Reply #102 on: December 01, 2019, 08:43:47 AM »
Following Jim's post to his "Daily Headlines" thread of about 2,300 people being displaced from their homes in the wake of severe flooding on Malaysia's peninsula, am placing that country on the prayer list:

https://www.sott.net/article/424901-Floods-displaced-over-2000-in-Terengganu-Malaysia-after-15-inches-of-rain-in-24-hours


Malaysia, a parliamentary kingdom of smaller kingdoms that once comprised a European colony (Portuguese, Dutch, then British) for a period of time, is divided by water into two parts:

The flooded region is on the western territory, left, which is also the seat of numerous separate monarchies from which an overall monarch is periodically elected.  The more independent states in the eastern part of the country, across the water, receive governors appointed by the western monarch.


Holland and Portugal battling over control of Malaysia, which was an important trading center.  Image courtesy of Wikipedia.

The multi-cultural nation has been largely Islamic for several hundred years.  It has recently moved rapidly from being a developing country to being among the developed nations of the world, due in part to electronics manufacturing, petroleum resources and a number of raw materials and other industries, as well as its convenient location in relation to the shipping industry.   As such, Malaysia ranks among those with a longer lifespan and higher non-compulsory educational attainment.  As is true elsewhere in the world, a rising economic status has produced a falling fertility rate, leaving Malaysia's well below the necessary replacement rate.


Malaysia places a high priority on national self-determinism and diplomatic and trade relations with other nations, while remaining neutral in wartime.  Recently, China has encroached upon the adjacent Spratly Islands, which are unofficially shared by numerous small states in the region, eliciting an official statement of condemnation from Malaysia.

Image of the Spratly Islands courtesy of Wikipedia

One of the most important sea lanes in the world is the Strait of Malacca, which runs between western Malaysia and Singapore:



Though the eastern states of Malaysia possess interior mountains, Zetatalk warns that displaced sea water will overwhelm even the highest summits in the region, including Malaysia's Crocker Range with its over 13,000' summit of Kinabalu:


May survival-minded people of Malaysia consider exiting their homeland, in favor of immigration to areas predicted to have a relatively stable land mass during the anticipated period of violent earth changes in the South Pacific and Indian Ocean, or in favor of a maritime existence elsewhere in calmer waters.  May their technological attainments, as well as strong diplomatic skills, be carried with them into the Aftertime, to be utilized when an international civilization can be re-established.

This young fisherman is already acclimated to seafaring life.
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