PREDICTIONS made on 3/1/06 Greenland is completely changing, its melting. It is getting warmer. This is a trend adding more and more water to our ocean and lakes. This is tip of the Iceberg - this is one event out of many.
A very hot summer especially for Middle America and Northeast Coast - I see drought in these areas.
Very concerned about the Tidal Waves in Indonesia - Japan as well - but especially Indonesia.
Wet hurricane season for Florida - flooding. The Big hurricane does not hit Florida until the end of October. The summer looks good for South Florida, so people are surprised when things hit in late October. Last year was hurricanes of wind, this year it is of water.
Levees and New Orleans OK in regards to hurricanes - but toxic mosquitoes are a problem.
Predictions made on 9/23/05
Earthquakes: I see three big blotches of red that indicates heavy energy and large loss of life. I see these three spots in Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. I believe there will be earthquakes or some major catastrophe in all three areas: huge changes in the earth's geological make up. The earth is shifting, literally. The axis is slightly shifting to the left. This is not significant enough for us to see; however, this alters many fault lines around the world. This is the beginning of physical upheaval. I predicted a volcano in Alaska, I can now see that two plates will be colliding due to this slight shift. Lava will come spewing out of the volcano as the plates collide, this will not be completely expected.
Tidal waves in Japan. One is absolutely devastating. There is one that is huge and causes major destruction. Many people come to Japan’s aid. Great show of humanitarian effort. This is the beginning of a series of tidal waves which will take place all over the world.
ALASKA VOLCANO: There will be a series of small and big blows. People are taken by surprise. They are talking about it, but don’t quite expect it so people don't evacuate. Devastating to the community.
Middle America suffers from many tornadoes - more than ever seen before.