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lightworkx5 wrote:Iraq and Iran boarders coming into hot activity along with Turkey and ONE JOLT in Syria.
Indonesia is covered in a fog with a whole lot of shaking going on - I almost spelt it hole which usually means sink holes or water vortex's showing up in the next week. Now we have Madagascar that has not hit and it was strong so I'm looking eastward maybe the Indian Ocean for this quake along the ridge.
Antarctic is reacting to what is happening in canada and drakes passage is a mess. There appears to be new land coming up from the lower Pacific ring of fire. Wait a few weeks for that to happen since Japan has begun to sink even more.
These are my predictions based on my insight and visions given. No other News or media is being used.
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Massive mudslides hit Colombia's southwestern city of Mocoa after several rivers burst their banks late Friday, March 31, 2017. At least 254 people have been killed, more than 200 are missing and at least 400 are injured, authorities said Sunday. They are describing the event as 'unprecedented tragedy.'
Days of torrential rain in the Amazon basin area have caused a sudden surge of mud and water after three rivers burst their banks late Friday in the city of Mocoa, burying whole neighborhoods and sweeping away vehicles and trees while people were still sleeping.
Mocoa has a population of about 40 000 people. It is he capital of Putumayo, near Colombia's border with Ecuador. Muddy water quickly surged through the city's streets around midnight, toppling homes, ripping trees from their roots and carrying a torrent of rocks and debris downstream. Many residents did not have enough time to flee, the AP reported.
Sorrel Aroca, the governor of Putumayo, called the event "an unprecedented tragedy." There are "hundreds of families we have not yet found and whole neighborhoods have disappeared," he said.
"We've declared an emergency in the area so we can help people as best we can," Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said. "30 percent of monthly rain fell in just one night," Santos added.
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A terrorist shooting in Paris Thursday night. Three cops shot, one of them dead. Gunman was killed. Could this be the world event we were picking up on?
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