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Violent Shaking Along The Ring Of Fire Continues A Progression Of Disasters That Began In September

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The Ring Of Fire - Photo from WikipediaHave you noticed that seismic activity along the Ring of Fire appears to be dramatically increasing?  According to Volcano Discovery, 39 volcanoes around the world have recently erupted, and 32 of them are associated with the Ring of Fire.  This includes Mt. Popocatepetl which sits only about 50 miles away from Mexico City’s 18 million inhabitants.  If you are not familiar with the Ring of Fire, it is an area roughly shaped like a horseshoe that runs along the outer perimeter of the Pacific Ocean.  Approximately 90 percent of all earthquakes and approximately 75 percent of all volcanic eruptions occur along the Ring of Fire.  Just within the last 24 hours, we have witnessed a 4.4, a 5.4 and a 5.7 earthquake in Alaska, a 6.8 earthquake in Chile and 20 earthquakes in Indonesia of at least magnitude 4.3.  And as you will see below, this violent shaking along the Ring of Fire seems to continue a progression of major disasters that began back during the month of September.

For whatever reason, our planet suddenly seems to be waking up.  Unfortunately, the west coast of the United States is one of the areas where this is being felt the most.  The little city of San Ramon, California is about 45 miles east of San Francisco, and over the past several weeks it has experienced a record-breaking 583 earthquakes

A total of 583 small earthquakes have shaken San Ramon, California, in the last three weeks or so – more than five times the record set 12 years ago, according to the latest US Geological Survey updates.

“It’s the swarm with the largest number of total earthquakes in San Ramon,” said USGS scientist David Schwartz, who is more concerned about the size of quakes than he is the total number of them. Still, the number tops the previous record set in 2003, when 120 earthquakes hit over 31 days, with the largest clocking in at a magnitude of 4.2.

Could this be a prelude to a major seismic event in California?

We shall see what happens.

Meanwhile, records are being shattered in the middle part of the country as well.

For instance, the state of Oklahoma has already set a brand new yearly record for earthquakes

The state recorded its 587th earthquake of 3.0 magnitude or higher early this week, breaking the previous record of 585. That record was set for all of 2014, meaning that Oklahoma has now had more 3.0 magnitude or higher earthquakes so far in 2015 than it did in all of 2014. So far this year, E&E News reports, Oklahoma’s averaged 2.5 quakes each day, a rate that, if it continues, means the state could see more than 912 earthquakes by the end of this year.

Oklahoma has also experienced 21 4.0 magnitude or greater earthquakes so far this year — an increase over last year, which saw 14.

And just over this past weekend there was a very disturbing series of earthquakes in the state

Starting with a magnitude-4.1 temblor at 5:11 a.m. close to the Oklahoma-Kansas border, the region experienced a series of six earthquakes within a 75-minute period Saturday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported on its website.

The largest earthquake Saturday morning was the 4.1, which had an epicenter nine miles northwest of Medford, Okla., 59 miles southwest of Wichita.

That was followed by five more quakes near Medford with magnitudes of 2.5, 2.8, 2.5, 3.1 and 2.9 – the last of which came at 6:24 a.m.

A seventh earthquake – this one a magnitude-4.2 temblor – was recorded at 12:29 p.m., 10 miles north-northwest of Medford.

So why aren’t more Americans alarmed that these records are being broken?

We are seeing things that we have never seen before, and I believe that it will soon get even worse.

And this dramatic increase in seismic activity that we are now seeing appears to fit into a larger pattern of major disasters that we have been witnessing over the past couple of months.

As we approached the end of the summer, all of a sudden massive wildfires erupted all across the western third of the country.  According to the National Interagency Fire Center, the only time in U.S. history when wildfires had burned more acres by the end of October was during the record-setting year of 2006.

In 2015, a lot of these wildfires have really been threatening highly populated areas.  I know, because at one point a major fire came within about 10 miles of my own house.  Since the beginning of August, Barack Obama has made an astounding 25 disaster declarations related to fires, and by the end of September the horrible fires that were threatening key areas of the state of California were making headlines all over the world.

Then as we got to the very end of the month of September, a new kind of disaster began to take center stage.  As I wrote about just recently, the storm that would later became known as Hurricane Joaquin developed into a tropical depression on September 28th.

Even though that hurricane never made landfall in the United States, moisture from that storm caused a tremendous amount of chaos along the east coast.

The governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley, said that it was the most rain that some areas of her state had witnessed “in a thousand years”, and it is being projected that the economic damage that was done by all of the flooding “will probably be in the billions of dollars”.

Shortly after the flooding in South Carolina, a massive storm dumped an enormous amount of rain on southern California.  Because that area had been experiencing severe drought for so long, all of that rain caused tremendous flooding and massive mudslides.  Rivers of mud literally several feet thick completely stopped traffic along many major roads across the region.  If you got caught in those rivers of mud, you were lucky to get out with your life.  In fact, authorities pulled one dead man out of a vehicle that got completely buried by mud several days after the storms had passed.  It took them that long to finally get to him.

The middle of the country was not spared either.  Hurricane Patricia ended up being one of the strongest hurricanes ever measured, and the remnants of that storm dumped an incredible amount of rain on the state of Texas.  There was so much flooding that a train was literally knocked off the tracks by the water.  And about a week after that there was more flooding in the state that caused at least six deaths.

Overall, it has really been a bad couple of months for major disasters, and this sequence of events seems to have begun during the month of September.

So what should we make of all this?  Please feel free to add your voice to the discussion by posting a comment below…

  • Cyber Revengeance

    Wraith of god. Earth core destabilizing.
    meanwhile japan and china stocks are recovering

  • Bill

    The world has absolutely no control over the ring of fire whether it be scientifically, militarily, or religiously. Yes it should be a concern, but the nations of the world should be much more concerned about the issues they face that are just as significant and potentially destructive.

    • Liberty First

      Agreed 100 times over. Our economic situation is precarious at best.

      • GSOB

        “By enduring such catastrophes as appearing in Rev, the first-century church serves as an example of Christ’s providential protection of his people — giving hope for not only that day but all ages. If Christ can deliver the church in its infancy during its weakest stage of development from two ubiquitous enemies, then the future looks bright with hope.”

    • Fred

      What about the nuke plants situated on this ring of fire?

      • Bill

        Their risk is in direct proportion to the ring of fire and any fix is just as impossible.

      • GSOB

        Genesis 3:10
        He answered, “I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid

      • Ian MacLeod

        I’ve come to believe that the Earth has been essentially in balance, almost like a human body, with everything more or less connected with everything else. So what happens in one place affects many other places to some extent. As for nuclear power plants, those I believe have been shown to be weapons; break one and it spreads poison over an entire hemisphere or farther. Between the chemtrails, HAARP, GMOs, toxic “medicines” and on and on, the so-called “elite’s” Depopulation Agenda is well in train. Once things REALLY start breaking down it’s going to be a serious mess! Revelations is finally making sense to me, and it doesn’t look pretty. I don’t think the Creator has had to expend any effort at all, either; we humans have done it all – everything necessary. It was such a beautiful planet, too…

  • VigilanteCaregiver

    Sounds like the earth is letting off pressure. The question is will that pressure be gently released in multiple areas, of will it find little outlet and erupt somewhere.

    Can we pinpoint likely eruption sites now?

  • Liberty First

    Brother, I have discovered the reason for this. Hillary Clinton and the GOP Establishment are expelling such large volumes of gaseous effluent that finally the earth is rebelling and reacting proportionately.

    Seriously, though, the most immediate issue has to do with our economic problems.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      No, it’s me.. I forgot to tell them to hold the onions.

  • Mike Smithy

    The world will end in a gaseous explosion when Uranus blows. Uranus jokes never get old.

    • the other one is not bad neither ah…
      “How many rings do you have around Uranus?”

      • alan

        There’s an assteroid around Uranus. Nyuk nyuk nyuk!

        • Mike Smithy

          Is Uranus filled with gas or is it solid? Nyuk, nyuk.

  • Alan Doud

    Proud US could be brought to it’s knees with financial ruin due to these catastrophes. Further it could become vulnerable to attack as a result. Religiously I can’t rule out, LGBT, Planned Parenthood, erections of Satanic idols, removal of references to God and the subduction of our youth to indoctrinate what once was held as formidable as acceptable.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      It’s obvious this is god’s attack against intolerant conservatives.

      • Tom Angle

        Can you give some scripture to back that up? It seems to be God has a history of punishing immoral behavior (Genesis 19:1-29). I would be careful about blasphemy. God does not like that either.

        • Alan Johnson

          Right on that Tom.
          We are commanded not to take the Lords name in vain.
          Literally it means not to say or do things, or attribute to God what we know is not of him

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Well you may have to follow your god, but most of the world doesn’t.

          • Tom Angle

            We are all free to do what we want, but we all have to face the consequences of our choices.

          • Jerry C

            Time is not over. You. Assume. Too. Much.

          • Ian MacLeod

            I’m not at ALL sure it’s even possible to follow scripture perfectly any longer because it’s been meddled with so subtly and for so long.

          • scott

            False. The Bible says now the same thing it said originally.
            Thousands of NT manuscripts prove it plus the Dead Sea Scrolls and additional manuscripts found recently.
            The Bible is not a polluted, mishmash of of mess.

          • watchmannonthewall

            To take His Name in vain is to say you have come into covenant with Him, like a woman will marry a man and take his name, and then act many times as if you don’t have any responsibility to protect the relationship by doing the things He has instructed us to do, to obey Him or consider His desires for us. I’m sure I don’t need to give a marriage example for men or women for that!
            This is exemplified in Ezekiel 39:25-29 where God specifically speaks of our wicked behaviour toward Him in the OT, and understand this is just prior to the 9 chapters speaking of the Millennial Reign of Messiah, and in Romans 2:17-29 where Paul speaks about those who belong to God blaspheming Him by their actions. OT and NT agree!
            There is a different sort of balsphemy also that you did not mention and that is when we attribute something TO satan that is really OF God. This is the opposite of what is said above, “attributing to God what we know is not of Him”.
            Recall Jesus, Yeshua, said that blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will NOT be forgiven men. His opposition claimed He was casting out demons by the power of satan rather than doing it by the power of God. They said the power of God He was demonstrating was of satanic origin! Does this occur today? How often and where?

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          It’s like Gold Hat said in the Treasure of the Sierra Madre..

          “Scripture? We ain’t got no scripture. We don’t need no scripture. I don’t have to show you any stinkin’ scripture!”

      • GSOB

        When Solomon finished praying, fire came down from heaven and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices, and the glory of the LORD filled the temple.

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          Incense is more cheap and reliable though.

      • Alan Johnson

        The rattle you’re hearing is in your brain, Sunny

        • SunnyFlaSnotress

          and remember, nut spelled backwards is tun.

      • Maico400

        World ending scenario reminds you of a song?

      • scott

        So, you’re saying that God is punishing America because of the actions of the people who love Him and and are resisting evil and are following His commands??

    • Joseph La

      I think if your going to be provocative enough to speak the truth then you should be bold enough to claim for yourself the protection offered by God , PSLAMS 90

    • Gay Veteran


      • John Byde

        You like that word, don’t you, GV!

        • Gay Veteran

          it’s a very useful word

    • GSOB

      And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice, and yielded up His spirit. And behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth shook and the rocks were split. The tombs were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised;…

      • GSOB

        It was now about the sixth hour, and darkness fell over the whole land until the ninth hour, because the sun was obscured; and the veil of the temple was torn in two.

        And Jesus, crying out with a loud voice, said, “Father, INTO YOUR HANDS I COMMIT MY SPIRIT.” Having said this, He breathed His last.…

        • GSOB

          During the days of Jesus’ life on earth, he offered up prayers and petitions with fervent cries and tears to the one who could save him from death, and he was heard because of his reverent submission.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            So GSOB, how did you like that website I gave you?

  • Mad Monkey

    Yes have mentioned before that natural disasters are going to coincide with economic collapse. There has been record snowfall in Siberia in October 2015 which usually indicates weakening of the polar vortex and very icy long winter in the US NE.

    As a geologist I can say that the ring of fire is definitely experiencing a large increase in seismic activity. The US has experienced very few true earthquakes with magnitude above 4.5, The ‘ring of fire’ fault zone along the US west coast in my opinion is what is referred to as a locked fault – when it does release it will be catastrophic.

    Earthquakes are release of tension – the tension is building, the entire state of California land mass has risen by more than half an inch – it is been blamed on drought – but I doubt it. I have worked in a few areas where there has been a regional drop in water table and in every case the land surface elevation has dropped.

    The earthquake indicator at ‘earthquake. info’ it is now in the red, a good web page to visit that shows where the big quakes over the last 7 days have occurred. This is the first time I have seen the indicator in red and it is not associated with a single large cluster, but across the entire ring of fire.

    • Mad Monkey, “earthquake. info” does not exist… There is “earthquakestoday. info”, but no “earthquake. info” – I assume it is “earthqakestoday” ?

      In any case, anyone observing for long enough would see that there is an increase on the Ring of Fire for months now. Not even counting the numbers inland…

      • Mad Monkey

        Yes thanks fixed the link to “earthquakestoday” :

        I do think that all the continental plates are linked – if there is massive release of energy in one area it can affect other areas across the world. Below some stats on Link between India and California. I have not personally checked the statistics and if they have been fiddled with – lots of things pointing to potential bad news.

        I found this research someone else did and thought it quite interesting. Time to finally get out of California, methinks…..:

        June, 1897 Shillong, India: Magnitude 8.1
        June, 1897 Santa Clara County: Magnitude 6.2

        April, 1905 Himachal Pradesh, India: 7.8
        April, 1906 San Francisco: 7.7

        January, 1934 Nepal, India: 8.2
        December, 1934 Baja, California: 7.0

        June, 1941 Andaman Islands: 8.1
        May, 1940 Imperial Valley: 6.9

        October, 1991 Uttarakhand, India: 7.0
        June, 1992 Landers, California: 7.3

        September, 1993 Latur, India: 6.2
        January, 1994 Northridge: 6.7

        March, 1999 Uttarakhand, India: 6.8
        October, 1999 Hector Mine: 7.1

        December, 2004 Sumatra-Andaman Tsunami: 9.1
        June, 2005 Cape Mendocino Tsunami: 7.2

        March, 2006 Gujarat: 5.5
        October, 2007 Alum Rock: 5.6

        August, 2009 Andaman Islands: 7.7
        January, 2010 Cape Mendocino: 6.5

        March, 2012 New Delhi: 5.2
        August, 2012 Brawley: 5.4

        May, 2013 Jammu and Kashmir, India: 5.8
        May, 2013 Lake Almanor and Greenville, California: 5.7

        March, 2014 Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 5.2
        March, 2014 La Habra: 5.1

        April, 2015 Nepal, India: 7.8
        Soon, California: ?.?

        • GSOB

          Now Mount Sinai was all in smoke because the LORD descended upon it in fire; and its smoke ascended like the smoke of a furnace and the whole mountain quaked violently.
          When the sound of the trumpet grew louder and louder, Moses spoke and God answered him with thunder.…

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Did he rain and lightning on him after?

  • Guest

    This is all expected and predicted due to the coming ice age caused by a drop in solar flare activity. Yeah yeah I know it’s supposed to be getting warmer but this prediction is actually happening so it has credibility

    • df NJ

      Recent studies have shown solar activity has stabilized. Over the last 100 years the sun’s output of energy has increased but it’s a very slow process. The average increases of temperature we are seeing over the earth are probably coming from other factors than the sun.

      An coming ice age is pretty unlikely.

      • BT

        The book Dark Winter wraps the data in a nice bow for you. Your global warming is done. Get ready for a long cold spell.

  • alan

    The more small ones the better. Small ones slowly release the energy without having a huge quake. Now if there are a lot of small ones under a mountain then you might want to go on a long vacation. The ones in Oklahoma are probably due to fracking.

    • HeyAHuman

      Series of small earthquakes are often a sign that a big one is on the way. You never really know with earthquakes.

  • fedup

    The news media doesn’t report the frequency of the quakes and locations so how could the public ever be informed. That being said what can be done? These are natural disasters which call for us to sit and wait and be as best prepared as possible. The American society is on the mushroom policy and doesn’t care about much other that their smart phone and trying to make ends meet. Things are going to happen but it is impossible to know when. We in the country settings will be watching the cities collapse and a flood of people coming our way. Until something happens we sit and wait and watch it like TV.

    • GSOB

      All the people perceived the thunder and the lightning flashes and the sound of the trumpet and the mountain smoking; and when the people saw it, they trembled and stood at a distance.

      Then they said to Moses, “Speak to us yourself and we will listen; but let not God speak to us, or we will die.”…

      • GSOB

        God, after He spoke long ago to the fathers in the prophets in many portions and in many ways, in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the world.

        And He is the radiance of His glory and the exact representation of His nature, and upholds all things by the word of His power. When He had made purification of sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high,…

        • fedup

          I know and understand why you quote them. I too am a believer that all of “this” will come to an end eventually.

          If you would like to keep an eye on the earth’s doings regarding earthquakes and volcanos the USGS has a web site. On that web site you can choose to be kep informed of what you are interested in, areas, regions and what have you.

          • SunnyFlaSnotress

            Yes, but when other parts of the world and much of the USA read this, he looks like a ranting KoolAid boy.

    • Jerry C

      Several years ago (7?), they changed the measurement of EQs down by 1. In other words, today’s 3.2 EQ was rated a 4.2 years ago. EQs are much more frequent & larger than years ago, but the reduced rating tries to mask it. Something is coming…

      • fedup

        This may sound odd but I wish something would happen somewhere soon. Since 2000 we have been told of one “crisis” after another is going to happen or another is on the horizon. The economic crisis, the dollar crash, the 3rd world war, China this and Russia that. We prep and plan and gather and practice. The government lies and breaks promises. The list of what is going to happen soon or “someday” is endless. I’d just like something to happen before I die of boredom. I’ll take an EQ just so I have something else to read about……

  • FauxScienceSlayer

    Clima-clownologist IGNORE geothermal forcing as trivial and constant, when in fact fission of over two million cubic miles of Uranium and Thorium in Earth’s mantle is NOT constant, or trivial. Fission is a function of variable solar/cosmic particle bombardments, which are partially protected by a variable magnetosphere. See

    “Greenhouse Gas Ptolemaic Model” at FauxScienceSlayer

    “geothermal-global-warming” at myfreesites(dot)net

  • elmcqueen3

    I’m waiting for the day when the Continents will split again and the liberal Democrats will claim the reason for the separation of our earth’s land masses is the result of global warming…Damn those humans and their CO2 pollution.

    • df NJ

      So much hatred for “liberals”. Regardless of CO2, our dependency on fossil fuels has bankrupted our country on all levels. Irregardless in assuming all scientists are liberals, sometimes the work done by scientists is important. I would like to see us adopt thorium based nuclear reactors not because they are safe, not because they have zero CO2 emissions, but because they would ultimately be the cheapest source of power on the planet. There’s just as much thorium on the planet as there is lead. I just want to see our country and our people become richer. I want to see our democracy become stronger. The whole “liberal” thing is getting old. At some point, we have to take care of our own people and our country for a change. The Ayn Rand republicans have had their fun. Now it’s time to make our country strong again.

  • df NJ

    It is human nature to attribute meaning to everything we experience in our lives. At any moment of time in our lives we have equal evidence for blessings and curses. People choose exactly how they want to experience their lives. Some people devote themselves to making fine works of art and culture. Some people prep for the coming apocalypse. Which one is right and which one is wrong?

  • df NJ

    The only ring of fire I know about is when I eat too much Tabasco sauce.

    • GSOB

      Jeremiah 4:24
      I looked at the mountains, and they were quaking; all the hills were swaying.

      • Gay Veteran


        • GSOB


  • Kim

    More people should be more alarmed by what this earthquakes portend than by the earthquakes themselves. Unless u happen to be in one.

  • DJohn1

    And if California coast lines shifted and went into the sea?
    That is terrible. All of the coastal cities might be destroyed.
    Now why would that happen? Could it be someone is really angry?
    Now what could the God and creator of it all be angry about?
    Or is it all a natural disaster that has been waiting around since 1906?
    I am no geologist. I do see patterns of things happening sometimes.
    Like a steady weakening of the Earth’s Magnetic Field since the time of Christ. Without that field we are as vulnerable as Mars was at one time.
    Like a steady weakening of the Earth’s Ozone Layer?
    The speculation is we are in for a reversal of the North and South Poles. Which hasn’t occurred in a very long time.
    They say that Greenland has melting glaciers. That the land is now visible where it was covered with a huge massive glacier less than a 100 years ago.
    Which would mean an unknown tonnage of solid ice depressing the land mass. Once it is gone and that pressure is gone the land will rise putting pressure on other land all over the northern continents.
    On the Western front from Alaska down to past Mexico? That is the weak link in the chain and it could go up in volcanic flames.
    Any heavy object on the coast is likely to be set off if that is the case.
    The problem is we may be facing a chain reaction all over the Pacific and Atlantic when the ice is removed and we are then dealing with massive amounts of water filling the oceans.
    That is going to lower the mineral content of the water as millions of tons of ice are converted into fresh water flowing into the oceans.
    Which in turn heightens the sea level by at least 50-60 feet.
    That means Florida will be beneath the ocean floor.
    I mention this in the same spirit as this article. Could Be, Should Be, Would Be . . . The sky is falling Chicken Little!
    My point is even qualified Geologists are not sure what is going to happen. Even engineers are not sure and are waiting and seeing.

    • rentslave

      The Democrats would demand that California’s 55 Electoral Votes be re-allocated instead of going into the Republican column.

  • Jack L Eich

    shuckey durn!

  • rat28

    God will bless America.. from Earthquake

  • GSOB

    Isaiah 54:10
    Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,” says the LORD, who has compassion on you.

  • Gay Veteran

    more bilge. maybe you should move to be with like minded people…….try Saudi Arabia

    • Orac4Prez

      Why, Obama will bring Muslims to America and with it, Sharia Law.

      • Gay Veteran

        well he sure has been busy killing Muslims. Chaos in Iraq, Libya, Syria, drone strikes, etc.

  • N_Disnye

    I believe small, regular techtonic activity has historically dissipated the build of pressure which would otherwise cause a large event.

  • GSOB

    Suddenly there was a great earthquake, for an angel of the Lord descended from heaven, rolled away the stone, and sat on it.

  • Born Again By Spirit

    About four months back, my wife had a very vived dream. It started with a semi rig going off a on ramp in Sherman TX and plowing through a neigborhood in Kingsburg CA. It was nothing short of total chaos and severe destruction. She said the dream was in full color, all except for the truck, it was in black and white. As the truck came off the on ramp and went through the town of Kingsburg, she said I grabbed her hand and told her to stand still and to wait to see the path of the truck. The truck whipped by us and plowed in the neigborhood with all the people running and screaming with no where to go. She said the noise was defeaning and unlike anything she has ever heard. When she told me her dream, I found it odd as we lived in Sherman TX for about six years and she is from Kingsburg, I lived there as well near the river. I Prayed to God and asked Him if this dream was from Him and if it was, would He reveal to me what the meaning was. About a half hour later I was on the Fox news website and I seen a video for the coming El nino (EL is hebrew for God) storm this year, it showed a pattern from Central California (Kingsburg) to North Central Texas (Sherman). Anyways the dream my wife had is still as vivid today as it was a few months back. So it appears as though the good Lord is not happy and is giving us a warning to turn back or pay the consequences of the coming judgement. This only a warning folks, it will get much worse if we don’t repent and turn back to the Lord. I pray for repentance and revival, but the Bible says this will happen in the latter days. along with the apostasy of the church.

    Stay tight all my brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus and remember its not about this life we live for, its about the eternal life God has given us to be with Him and Jesus.

    A loyal humble servant in Christ Jesus.

  • grumpyhillbilly

    The earth is a living planet. It goes thru periods of volatility. It may be the small volcano eruptions and mid size quakes will release the plate pressure. Then again maybe it is all building to something big. What can anyone do other than spiritually right yourself.

  • rentslave

    I’m rooting for a 11.0 in Columbia,Missouri.

  • The Plague Doctor

    Lol, where does the Bible mention a prohibition on marijuana?

    “Then God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be food for you” (Genesis 1:29)

    • Arizonan

      Oh you cannot justify pickling your brain with that verse!!! Besides, that was given before the flood of Noah. Plants were totally changed after that event. Believe me there were NO thorns in the pre flood world.

  • SunnyFlaSnotress

    America does not embrace pedophilia and the rest have just gained more tolerance by the majority.
    Thank you for keeping on topic. I knew you could.

    • Kim Blakely-YellowHorse

      In a recent report by ABC news, 83% of Americans identify as “Christian”. But to be fair, Pew research center came in much lower, at only 70% identifying themselves as Christians. But even citing the lower percentage from PEW, 70%>30%. Still a majority. World-wide, Christianity has dropped to around 52%. Still a slight majority. I’m curious, what kind of hellish new math are you using when you claim the “majority” of the world doesn’t have to follow God, or that sin has gained tolerance by the “majority” in America? You’re right when you say the “rest of the world” doesn’t have to follow God, only Christians do. You seem to favor a majority rule if it appears the majority doesn’t fear God. But do you still favor the majority rule when stats show we’re still mostly a Christian nation? Does your own philosophy still work when I apply it with accurate representations of the majority? You said “you may have to follow your god, but most of the world doesn’t”. But more accurately I could say, You may choose to reject God, embrace sin, and suffer your own consequences, but the rest of the world doesn’t. Does your majority rule pholosophy still apply? Even when Christians do become the minority, as the Bible predicts, our beliefs are not governed by what the majority does or doesn’t believe. God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The author and finisher of our faith does not redefine sin every decade, (that’s the doing of the same ol’ serpent of old who has whispered in mans ear since the dawn of creation). His word is eternal, it stands firm in the heavens. Grass withers and the flowers fall, but His word endures forever. Hallelujah!

  • Sam Nelson

    If the gods were even possible we should hunt them down and kill them. In fact, all this god crap is why we are not prepared for anything anymore. Earth is the only planet we can know of that has ‘plates’ these plates move around and cause friction, sometimes the friction is real bad and causes people to die.
    Solution: move away from the plate boundaries.

  • Tatiana Covington

    Actually, these are all just inanimate, insensate, impersonal natural phenomena gathering by nothing more than chance, and completely apart from human behavior. You don’t seriously think that people marrying others of the same sex, or making bad trade deals, sets off volcanoes, do you now?

  • Arizonan

    The scriptures said these days would come. Peace is being taken away. All of the signs of the Rapture are converging. We are no longer experiencing birth pains, we are in the birth process. People get ready for the most major event to ever hit this planet! God RULES!!!

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