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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 2:32 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Arizona Quake, magnetic anomaly
June 29, 2014
5.2 magnitude earthquake hit Arizona-New Mexico, part of the mysterious North American magnetic anomaly.
Sorcha predicts a catastrophic event may be nearing for areas stretching from Alaska to California.

Alaska was struck by a 7.9 magnitude earthquake on 23 June and lasting “several minutes and was felt as a steady shake and roll, shake and roll, shake and roll.
4.2 earthquake at Mount Pleasant, Utah.

There was a severe mysterious magnetic anomaly detected by the Kosmos 2473 satellite on 3 June occurring in the Yellowstone region of the Western United States which resulted in what is called an “earthquake swarm.”

Also to note about the 3 June Yellowstone “magnetic anomaly”, General Bondarev’s report stated, was that satellite measurements showed it being precipitated by the mysterious earthquake swarm hitting the Brooks Range Mountains in Alaska which seismologists are still at a loss to explain.

The information relating to the linking of these two “events” was further verified by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) magnetic anomaly maps and data for North America showing a strange magnetic “disturbance/ripple” emanating from Brooks Range and ending at Yellowstone on 3 June, both of these areas, it is important to note, being part of the Rocky Mountains that stretch more than 4,830 km (3,000 miles) from the northernmost part of British Columbia, in western Canada, to New Mexico, in the southwestern United States.

Most critical to note, this GRU report says, are the reports being relayed to them by the MSS that appear to show that the Obama regime, and its allies, have an “acute awareness” regarding this potential “cataclysmic event” due to their sudden request to have Chinese Navy war ships participate in their annual Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercises.

The 2014 RIMPAC exercises is the largest international maritime event in modern history involving 55 vessels with more than 200 aircraft and some 25,000 personnel from 22 countries, and who earlier today went on their “highest alert”, this report says, a few hours after the 5.2 Arizona earthquake.

The “profound significance” of RIMPAC going into such a “high alert” status so soon into their 26-June to 1 August Pacific Ocean exercise, this report concludes, was its “mission objective” which, according to the MSS, is to “render all aid and assistance, and restore public order, to the American region that has just suffered a catastrophic natural event.”

To if there will, indeed, be such a cataclysm occurring it is, of course, not in our direct knowing.  What is in our knowing though is that it is ALWAYS best to be prepared should such a disaster does strike.

EARTHQUAKES  June 29, 2014

5.2 earthquake New Mexico near Arizona border

3.5 earthquake New Mexico, Arizona border


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Dust storm hits Phoenix, flights grounded
July 4, 2014
PHOENIX (AP) — The first dust storm of the summer blasted Phoenix Thursday night with strong and blinding winds that forced the cancellation of holiday plans, knocked out power to thousands, and grounded numerous flights.

All inbound and outbound traffic at Sky Harbor International Airport was halted after 8 p.m. PDT as a result of the storm, airport spokeswoman Julie Rodriguez said.
Operations had resumed by 8:45 p.m., but not before 24 planes had been diverted to other airports, she said.

Meteorologist Charlotte Dewey of the National Weather Service told the Arizona Republic that the storm swept into the Phoenix area about 7:30 p.m.
The wall of dust that enveloped parts of the city also snarled traffic as drivers slowed down because of poor visibility.

The storm was the first of the yearly monsoon season and brought with it localized heavy rains.
Powerful winds, sometimes gusting to 50 mph, knocked down numerous trees and power lines.
Station KPHO said utilities reported that power was cut off to more than 25,000 customers.
The storm also derailed, at least temporarily, public and private plans.

The station said that among them was the cancellation of the "Red, White and Boom" Fourth of July fireworks show in southeast Phoenix.
A dust storm warning for the Phoenix area is in effect until 10 p.m.
Meanwhile, officials said firefighters battled blazes in at least two buildings in west Phoenix. Local media reported that lightning was suspected of sparking the fires, which were fueled by the strong winds.
The Weather Service predicted a 30 to 35 percent chance of rain for Friday.
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ARIZONA massive flooding
Sept 8, 2014
Record-breaking rainfall in the Valley of the Sun.
A massive storm drenched the Valley with record rainfall early Monday morning, turning freeways into lakes and forcing the closure of highways, streets and schools throughout the region.
Gov. Jan Brewer ordered non-essential state employees to stay home Monday and she declared a "statewide emergency for areas impacted by today's severe rainfall and flooding."

The storms prompted Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton to declare a state of emergency for the city, an action that allows the city departments to operate and respond from one location.

"We are seeing a historic amount of rain and significant flooding, and I'm proud of how quickly the city responded to keep our residents safe and up to date on what's happening," Stanton said. "Our emergency management team will work around the clock to monitor the situation and deploy the necessary resources to areas of our community hit the hardest."

Phoenix sees wettest day since 1895
Norbert Flooding Strands Arizona Commuters
Remnants of Norbert brought record-breaking monsoonal rainfall to parts of the Southwest Sunday night and into Monday, creating havoc for early-morning commuters in the Phoenix, Arizona, area.
Phoenix broke their all-time calendar record for daily rainfall. Receiving 2.96 inches as of 7 a.m. local time, the area received nearly 3 inches in less than seven hours, breaking the previous record from 1933. The ongoing heavy rainfall has prompted Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to declare a state of emergency.
Thats more than the average combined amounts of September, October and November,
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Record rainfall floods Phoenix, closes roads and schools
September 8, 2014
A major storm packing heavy rains pounded the Phoenix area early on Monday, forcing schools to cancel classes and closing roads including sections of two major freeways. The downpour brought chaos to the morning commute for many, turning some highways into lakes, with officials saying parts of both Interstates 10 and 17 were shut to traffic. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer declared a statewide emergency for areas affected by the severe rainfall and flooding. “Non-essential state employees should stay home today. If you must travel, please do so with caution & BE SAFE!”A record-setting 3.29 inches of rain landed on Sky Harbor International Airport, beating the 2.91 inches that fell in September 1939 for the most rainfall in a single day in Phoenix.  One city on the southeast outskirts of Phoenix saw more than 5-1/2 inches of rain. “We’ve made it through the worst,” Mark O’Malley, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix, said late on Monday morning. “We’re probably done for the day for most of the Phoenix area.” He said the moisture-heavy air lingering over metropolitan Phoenix will mean a roughly 30 percent chance of rain for Tuesday, followed by a drying trend over the next few days.

At its peak, airport officials reported that flights were delayed for 25 minutes and roughly 20,000 people were without power from the deluge because of downed power poles and lines throughout the Phoenix area. Multiple schools in the Phoenix area canceled classes for the day, and others pushed back the start of the school day until later in the day. Local television stations broadcast footage of severe flooding, with some abandoned vehicles nearly completely submerged. As of late morning, the cars were shown being towed away off the highways. Authorities said several people were rescued from vehicles trapped by the flood water, and that the roof of a grocery store partially collapsed in the storm. There were no injuries. In southern Arizona, authorities also reported flooded streets from rains that swept through the area.
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Southwest storms knock over trees, drench Phoenix

PHOENIX (AP) — Intense storms swept through the Southwest on Saturday, snapping trees and shrouding metropolitan Phoenix in cascading showers while also bringing flooding to parts of Nevada.

The skies above downtown Phoenix were completely gray in the afternoon as strong winds, thunder and rain hit the region. The outside visibility of buildings was almost entirely obscured by rain and clouds.

The storm forced authorities to close a section of Interstate 17 for more than hour due to flooding. Flight departures and landings resumed about 3:30 p.m. after they were halted for an hour at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. But airport spokeswoman Julie Rodriguez said delays are expected into the evening. More than 40 flights scheduled to land in Phoenix were diverted to other airports, she said.

"The wind caused some damage to the roof of Terminal 2 in the baggage claim area and in some of the gate areas. However, all three terminals at Sky Harbor are operational," Rodriguez said in a statement.

Branches and debris littered streets around the city and at least one traffic light was knocked over. Some trees were toppled by the ensuing wind. The Salt River Project utility said that about 31,000 customers were without power as of Saturday afternoon.

Most of the outages were in west Phoenix and suburbs west of Phoenix, with smaller clusters reported in Scottsdale, Mesa and Tempe. Utility officials estimated that power would be restored sometime Saturday afternoon.

Phoenix Fire Capt. Benjamin Santillan said firefighters were helping to locate a hiker in south Phoenix stranded by a washed away trail. The woman was hiking with her dog when the rain hit. Santillan said she was able to find her way to a road and crews were using her cellphone signal to find her.

Crews, meanwhile, have been responding to multiple calls around the city of trees falling on vehicles and small electrical-related fires.

National Weather Service meteorologist Valerie Meyers said a record-breaking 1.6 inches of rain has been reported so far. That total surpassed the 1.46 inches reported on this date in 1903. While the storm was starting to clear out in some parts of the city, there would still be lingering showers and isolated thunderstorms into the evening east of Phoenix, Meyers said.

The weather was a mix of Phoenix's first fall storm and leftover monsoon moisture, National Weather Service meteorologist Marvin Percha said.

In southeast Nevada's rural Moapa Valley, heavy rains brought flooding but authorities say that despite a river cresting at a record high, the damage wasn't as bad as what was caused by high waters in the area earlier in the month.

Clark County Deputy Fire Chief Jon Klassen said the only evacuations occurred in the tiny town of Warm Springs, but he didn't know how many people or homes were affected. Roads to the town were flooded and inaccessible.

David Aguilar said an inch of silt came into his Moapa Valley house along the Muddy River.

"All of a sudden, I heard the sound of water," he told the Las Vegas Review-Journal, adding a water pipe also broke, complicating cleanup efforts.

Other residents say the flood left mud and debris in yards, inundated sheds and other exterior buildings and damaged vehicles.

There were also reports of storm problems in Las Vegas, as well as a power outage in Henderson.

Las Vegas Fire and Rescue spokesman Tim Szymanski said a townhouse was heavily damaged after being hit by lightning, but no one was hurt. He said firefighters also responded to two calls of minor flooding, one at a residence and another at a business.

Authorities responded to cars stuck on Interstate 15, but no one was trapped and the cars were unoccupied, Klassen said.

Interstate 15 just south of Mesquite reopened after flooding closed it in both directions Saturday morning, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation. But southbound travel was reduced to one lane.

In northern Arizona, Flagstaff residents also saw showers, thunder and lightning Saturday. More than an inch of rain fell in isolated areas south of Prescott by the afternoon, meteorologist Megan Schwitzer said. The Weather Service also said that nickel-sized hail was reported near Yarnell.
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4.9 earthquake Flagstaff Arizona
December  1,  2014
-  Moderate earthquake rattles parts of northern Arizona late Sunday night.
Thats BIG for Arizona.  It struck near Sedona and was widely felt in the area, mainly in Flagstaff and Sedona.
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ARIZONA volcano alert
June 3, 2015
-  Satellite images show a plume from the dormant Sunset Crater Volcanic Complex in Central Arizona.  This vapor was seen on GOES visible satellite.
This volcanic steam plume follows a rare 2.7 magnitude earthquake June 3 at the Uinkaret Volcanic fields in NW Arizona.
The graphic (on link) shows the volcanic complex.

Overall, the chance of eruption is small.  There is a much greater chance of larger earthquake activity than there is a chance of a sudden eruption.  We cannot rule out a sudden eruption however, in light of the sudden eruptions in Japan, Chile, Costa Rica, Indonesia, and Galapagos.

There was another earthquake at a large dormant volcanic complex in South Utah May 31st.  We have seen several recent unexpected blasts from long silent volcanoes.
There is an eruption already taking place (undersea) off the coast of Oregon.
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Sunset Crater erupting?
June 5, 2015
by Michael Janitch, scientist
An eruption (plume) was seen on Satellite coming from Sunset Crater volcanic complex in Central Arizona north of Flagstaff.  Facebook went viral June 4.

National Park Service investigated Sunset Crater National Monument area over the past several days.

Park Service claims the volcano is not erupting.  I guess that depends on your definition of 'erupting.'  No activity has been noticed by park rangers on the ground.

ABC and azcentral claims there was a prescribed burn in the area.

Govt kontrolled USGS said, If there was a possibility of Sunset Crater erupting, the ground would be shaking.
Well, the ground did shake.

ZionsCRY readers know govt lies.  They kontrol all news.  Are media one of the beasts of Revelation 13?

National Park Service came out in full denial, even issuing a press release.

You can believe a continually lying govt - or your own eyes
Your choice
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Arizona floods swept away Motor homes
July 19, 2015
-  Heavy storms have caused flooding in Arizona, cars swept away and buildings destroyed.  1,000 people lost power, and several major roads were closed.

Jade Helm PLANNED power outages July 15-20, 2015

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