We are entering the Endtimes

Your daily dose of natural disaster and amazing phenomena for march 18, 2021...

Apocalyptic Rio de Janeiro!

And now Brazil, what about this green bolide over Minas Gerais…

WOW! Did you see that?

We wanted to end 2020 as fast as possible, but now Earth is slowing down… According to ZetaTalk, this means:

“Then the Earth rights herself, side by side with Planet X, and begins her rotation slowdown. It is during this time that the Earth is drawn toward Planet X, so that Planet X quickly increases in size in the skies and is the writhing monster of legend. Slowing rotation is not a linear matter, but exponential as the Earth is pulled closer to Planet X. The Earth moans, groans, and complains as the core pulls at the crust but the crust is gripped, increasingly, and held by Planet X. The slowing is a lurching matter too, as when the Atlantic Rift is exposed, the grip slows the rotation, but when hidden, rotation tries to return. All this causes earthquakes and stretch zone accidents. Emergency management teams are beyond exhaustion, government services are in disarray, and travel has become almost impossible.

Rising magma at Mount Nyiragongo alarms Congo's volcano-watchers

How is that even possible in the Philippines?

Some weird stuff going on near Area 51

Deadly Flash Floods in Luanda, Angola

M6.0 earthquake damages North of Algeria:

Why America has more tornadoes than the rest of the world?

Here’s a US tornado map by the way

Tornadoes, thunderstorms continue in the South and East Coast; thousands still without power in Mississippi and Alabama

NOAA forecasters say that a minor G1-class geeomagnetic storm is likely on March 20-21 when a stream of high-speed solar wind hits Earth's magnetic field. The gaseous material is flowing faster than 600 km/s from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere.

We Are Going to Pay Huge Price

They are even spying on our cars

One side of Earth’s interior is losing heat much faster than the other side

Perfect if you are lost in the forest at night

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