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Small earthquake felt in Wood County Sunday night


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I live in Toledo and felted that earthquake shaking my bed and l felted a little weensy what  Edgar Cayce said about Ohio in his readings .? 

Some areas of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois will also be safe:(

In another part of the reading, Cayce states that the Great Lakes will empty into the Gulf. When asked if Virginia Beach will be a safe place to live during the Earth changes, Cayce confirmed that it was a safe zone. Some areas of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois will also be safe. The southern and eastern portions of Canada will be safe. However, the western lands will be disturbed. Cayce doesn't indicate if the western lands mean Canada, the U.S. or both.

https://www.lovetoknow.com/life/lifestyle/edgar-cayce-maps-his-prophecies-earth-explained

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Cayce was sniffing glue.

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8 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

I live in Toledo and felted that earthquake shaking my bed and l felted a little weensy what  Edgar Cayce said about Ohio in his readings .? 

Some areas of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois will also be safe:(

In another part of the reading, Cayce states that the Great Lakes will empty into the Gulf. When asked if Virginia Beach will be a safe place to live during the Earth changes, Cayce confirmed that it was a safe zone. Some areas of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois will also be safe. The southern and eastern portions of Canada will be safe. However, the western lands will be disturbed. Cayce doesn't indicate if the western lands mean Canada, the U.S. or both.

https://www.lovetoknow.com/life/lifestyle/edgar-cayce-maps-his-prophecies-earth-explained

I feel a little "weensy" about what he said about a non-existant ethnic group from a fictional place called "Atlantis" who mixed with a lost tribe of Hebrews called "The Red Race". 🙄

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19 minutes ago, Piney said:

I feel a little "weensy" about what he said about a non-existant ethnic group from a fictional place called "Atlantis" who mixed with a lost tribe of Hebrews called "The Red Race". 🙄

That SOB is like Beetlejuice,we must've said his name the 3rd time in our conversation the other day,and summoned one up 😆

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25 minutes ago, Piney said:

I feel a little "weensy" about what he said about a non-existant ethnic group from a fictional place called "Atlantis" who mixed with a lost tribe of Hebrews called "The Red Race". 🙄

Did he get that from Blavatsky or was that his own invention?

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4 minutes ago, CrimsonKing said:

That SOB is like Beetlejuice,we must've said his name the 3rd time in our conversation the other day,and summoned one up 😆

Dude’s more popular now than when he was alive. 

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Just now, Antigonos said:

Did he get that from Blavatsky or was that his own invention?

He smashed together Blavatsky, Donnelly and Joseph Smith on that gem. His only inventions are the doomsday bull****. His alternative history is all borrowed. 

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1 minute ago, Antigonos said:

Dude’s more popular now than when he was alive. 

He was a hit in the 70s. But then again the world was in the same state it is now and when we are having a downturn the doomsday trash comes streaming out like the explosive diarrhea it is. 

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2 minutes ago, Piney said:

He smashed together Blavatsky, Donnelly and Joseph Smith on that gem. His only inventions are the doomsday bull****. His alternative history is all borrowed. 

 

9 minutes ago, Piney said:

He was a hit in the 70s. But then again the world was in the same state it is now and when we are having a downturn the doomsday trash comes streaming out like the explosive diarrhea it is. 

Very true. It’s cyclical.

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3 minutes ago, Antigonos said:

Very true. It’s cyclical.

That's what people don't understand. The Doomsayers were out in force during the Reformation and Wars of Religion including Martin Luther himself and Nostradumbass crawled out of the Plague, which he claimed he could cure until his wife and son died.

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A movie? 

10.5: Apocalypse

Dr. Earl Hill comes up with a desperate plan to divert the fault around the nuclear plant by opening up a secondary fault running east, by a controlled demolition which explosively ignites the massive natural gas reserves in the area. The main fault follows the new path around Red Plains, saving the nuclear plant, and comes to a halt. The scientists at the USGS cheer, only to find that nothing can stop the fault altogether. Once again it turns south, slicing through the middle of Houston to reach the Gulf of Mexico, while the northern end of the fault reaches Hudson Bay. However, the end result of the fault is different from what the USGS had expected: when the waters rush into the fault, instead of flooding the entire area, they create a new riverlike seaway that splits the United States and Canada in half. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10.5:_Apocalypse

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1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

220px-Map_of_North_America_with_the_Western_Interior_Seaway_during_the_Campanian_%28Upper_Cretaceous%29.png

Map of North America with the Western Interior Seaway during the Campanian

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

That was ****ing 80 million years ago..

 

1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

 

A movie? 

10.5: Apocalypse

Dr. Earl Hill comes up with a desperate plan to divert the fault around the nuclear plant by opening up a secondary fault running east, by a controlled demolition which explosively ignites the massive natural gas reserves in the area. The main fault follows the new path around Red Plains, saving the nuclear plant, and comes to a halt. The scientists at the USGS cheer, only to find that nothing can stop the fault altogether. Once again it turns south, slicing through the middle of Houston to reach the Gulf of Mexico, while the northern end of the fault reaches Hudson Bay. However, the end result of the fault is different from what the USGS had expected: when the waters rush into the fault, instead of flooding the entire area, they create a new riverlike seaway that splits the United States and Canada in half. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10.5:_Apocalypse

With no scientific fact whatsoever...

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Oh heck, I need to watch this miniseries.

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11 hours ago, Piney said:

That was ****ing 80 million years ago..

I  knew that why there was water in America 

 

 

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1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

 

The Dakota Aquifer, which is drying up is the remains of that inland sea. 

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On 4/23/2024 at 5:19 PM, docyabut2 said:

220px-Map_of_North_America_with_the_Western_Interior_Seaway_during_the_Campanian_%28Upper_Cretaceous%29.png

Map of North America with the Western Interior Seaway during the Campanian

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

What in god’s name does the Western Interior Seaway have to do with this?

It existed near the end of the Cretaceous period around 80 million years ago,  a sea that covered most of the western third of the country running all the way from the Arctic down to the Gulf of Mexico. When mountain building processes that eventually created the Rockies began, the seafloor rose and the seas drained away leaving only dry land. That’s why certain areas of the country today that were underwater then, especially Kansas with its chalk beds, have yielded some of the best fossils of late Cretaceous marine reptiles for over a century and a half. 

It has nothing to do with Edgar Cayce’s catastrophe BS.

 

 

 

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18 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

 

There was water on that part of the North American continent because the land was below the global sea level of that era. There were no mountains there at the time. The tectonic events that caused the uplift of the Rockies hadn’t happened yet.

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Earthquakes can cause cracks and the water coming up .

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31 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

Earthquakes can cause cracks and the water coming up .

NO! 

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6 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

Earthquakes can cause cracks and the water coming up .

No they can’t.

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On 4/23/2024 at 5:33 PM, docyabut2 said:

 

A movie? 

10.5: Apocalypse

Dr. Earl Hill comes up with a desperate plan to divert the fault around the nuclear plant by opening up a secondary fault running east, by a controlled demolition which explosively ignites the massive natural gas reserves in the area. The main fault follows the new path around Red Plains, saving the nuclear plant, and comes to a halt. The scientists at the USGS cheer, only to find that nothing can stop the fault altogether. Once again it turns south, slicing through the middle of Houston to reach the Gulf of Mexico, while the northern end of the fault reaches Hudson Bay. However, the end result of the fault is different from what the USGS had expected: when the waters rush into the fault, instead of flooding the entire area, they create a new riverlike seaway that splits the United States and Canada in half. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10.5:_Apocalypse

this can happen:( 

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1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

this can happen:( 

No, it can't....

The premise behind it is completely unscientific and geologically impossible. 

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