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59 Filipinos killed by two typhoons

October 3, 2011 Comments off

Yahweh has shown how easily She can move across Japan with devastation, Everything destroyed in Her path. What good were those vehicles washed away by the sea, or the family pics and households with their goods washed away in an instant? The secondary path of destruction came from mankind’s misuse of raw products. Causing radiation to fill the seas. Causing it to come down in your rain. And now, that and other detonations around this globe and its interior have completely poisoned the earth. Is Yahweh angry? YES – Very angry.

(AP)  MANILA, Philippines -Rescuers scrambled Sunday to deliver food and water to hundreds of villagers stuck on rooftops for days because of flooding in the northern Philippines, where back-to-back typhoons have left at least 59 people dead.

Typhoon Nalgae slammed ashore in northeastern Isabela province Saturday, then barreled across the main island of Luzon’s mountainous north and agricultural plains, which were still sodden from fierce rain and winds unleashed by a howler just days earlier. Nalgae left at least three people dead Saturday. Typhoon Nesat killed 56 others and left 28 missing in the same region before blowing out Friday.

Nalgae was whirling over the South China Sea and heading toward southern China late Sunday afternoon, 230 miles from the Philippines’ northeast coast, with sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and gusts of 93 mph, according to the Philippine government weather agency.

China’s National Meteorological Center urged people in areas expected to be lashed by rainstorms in the next three days, including on southernmost Hainan island and in eastern Taiwan, to stay indoors and cancel large assemblies, China’s official Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday.

Nalgae’s ferocious winds set off a rock slide in the northern mountain province of Bontoc in the Philippines on Saturday, causing boulders to roll down a mountainside and smash a passing van, where a passenger was pinned to death and another was injured, police said.

In northern Tarlac province’s Camiling town, a man sought safety with his two young nephews as flooding rose in their village Saturday. But one of the children was swept away by rampaging waters and drowned, while his uncle and his brother remained missing. A drunken man drowned in flooding in a nearby village, provincial disaster officer Marvin Guiang said.

Nalgae roared through parts of Luzon that had been saturated by Typhoon Nesat, which trapped thousands on rooftops and sent huge waves that breached a seawall in Manila Bay. Nesat then pummeled southern China and was downgraded to a tropical storm just before churning into northern Vietnam on Friday, where 20,000 people were evacuated.

Seven towns north of Manila were still flooded Sunday, including Calumpit in rice-growing Bulacan province, where hundreds of residents remained trapped on rooftops in four villages for the fourth day, many desperately waving for help. Rescuers aboard rubber boats could not reach them because of narrow alleys. Two air force helicopters were ordered deployed to drop water and food packs to the marooned villagers, officials said. – CBS News

100,000 Evacuations as typhoon nears Philippines

September 26, 2011 Comments off

Due to the warming of the oceans globally, and with the help of those holy angels that fight to bring forth Yahweh’s prophecy, the storms now rage in unprecedented strengths and frequencies. There is no nation on this planet that is not under Father’s wrath.

The earth is about to become barren as Yahweh prepares it for a complete change after the great earthquake. All of Satan’s footprint will be decimated and removed.

Philippine authorities have evacuated more than 100,000 people, closed schools and grounded flights as one of the biggest typhoons of the year bore down on the South-East Asian country.

Typhoon Nesat was set to make landfall on Tuesday morning along the vulnerable eastern edge of the Philippines’ main Luzon island, then dump heavy rains hundreds of kilometres inland to areas including the capital Manila.

“We expect hazards such as landslides, flash floods, strong winds and storm surges,” senior state weather forecaster Robert Sawi told reporters.

He said storm alert warnings had been hoisted over most of Luzon, home to more than 48 million people, or more than half the Philippines’ population.

An average of 20 storms and typhoons batter the Philippines each year.

However Nesat is expected to be the largest typhoon to hit the country this year with a diameter twice that of other storms, civil defence chief Benito Ramos said.

The weather bureau warned that Nesat, already packing winds of 120 kilometres an hour near its centre and gusts of up to 150 kilometres an hour, would continue to build in strength while at sea.

“There is a possibility it will get stronger because its strength emanates from the sea and if it picks up more power, it could be like a category-four hurricane,” Ramos said.

Five fishermen were reported missing after setting sail amid bad weather from eastern Camarines Norte province on the weekend, Ramos said.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said 111,930 residents from five towns that were highly prone to landslides and floods in the eastern province of Albay had been ordered to move to safer ground on Monday.

“We have been preparing since last week. We have cancelled all classes and asked people not to go to work,” Albay Governor Joey Salceda said over DZBB radio in Manila on Monday.

“The rain has not stopped since last night, and this afternoon it was very strong.”

He said some low-lying areas were submerged in water, and remained impassable to vehicles.

Some 34 domestic flights were cancelled on Monday, while the coast guard barred all inter-island ferries from leaving port, stranding hundreds of passengers.

Schools in Manila and affected provinces were suspended in preparation for the storm, disaster relief officials said.

Nesat’s rains would also affect the southern island of Mindanao, where a major river system overflowed its banks due to heavy rains that began last week, killing two and displacing more than 11,000 families, the weather bureau said.

Super typhoon Nanmadol killed 35 in August, while at least 70 others were killed by storms Nock-ten and Muifa in July.

Exactly two years ago, tropical storm Ketsana left 464 people dead after flooding more than 80 per cent of Manila. – 9News

Due to the warming of the oceans globally, and with the help of those holy angels that fight to bring forth Yahweh’s prophecy, the storms now rage in unprecedented strengths and frequencies. There is no nation on this planet that is not under Father’s wrath.

The earth is about to become barren as Yahweh prepares it for a complete change after the great earthquake. All of Satan’s footprint will be decimated and removed.

Philippines hit with double typhoon threat- 50 dead

July 30, 2011 Comments off

And it is not only Korea that is suffering from extreme weather. In the northeastern Philippines, typhoon Nock-ten has killed at least 35 people and left dozens more missing this week. Winds of up to 95 kilometers an hour have pounded the country since Monday and flood waters inundated the homes of about a half-a-million people. Officials say most died as a result of landslides, drowning, or falling trees. The storm has left the Philippines, but another storm named Kabayan is forecast to bring more rain to the northern islands. –Arirang.kr

Typhoon Kabayan–”Kabayan” also known as Muifa slightly strengthened and has intensified into a typhoon as it continued its northward movement at a speed of 11 kilometers per hour, the state weather bureau said Saturday. In its latest bulletin, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the storm was spotted at 1,030 kilometers east northeast of Casiguran, Aurora. Kabayan is packing winds of 120 kilometers per hour and gustiness of 150 kilometers per hour. –Inquirer.net  

This is a very large storm is expected to reach category 4 status by Tuesday. The width of the latest image from the AIRS instrument that flies on NASA’s Aqua satellite is about 1700 km (1056 miles), and the clouds and thunderstorms associate with Tropical Storm Muifa take up that entire distance on the imagery. – The Extinction Protocol

As the Creator Yahweh made Her name known in olden times by examples in Biblical history for the end times, in this regard modern-day history will repeat itself on a much grander scale. Father’s inspired Word containing recorded history of past times, assures us in looking forward to Her name being vindicated in its rightful place among the multitudes that dwell upon this planet in these last days. The vindication of the One living and true God, who is supreme in wisdom and almighty in power; the One who will smite the present nations with tribulations beyond belief; and already, Father Yahweh has begun the process of using Her great power to bring devastation on a wicked generation of people. This generation of Dawn Lucifer Satan the Devil will learn who is the true God, and will then be destroyed off the face of this planet as Christ Jesus vindicates his Father’s hallowed name, crushing these worldly kingdoms as Christ’s kingdom over take Satan’s stronghold.

Daniel 2:44 “In the days of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, and this kingdom will not be left to another people. It will crush all these kingdoms and bring them to an end, but will itself endure forever.”

Romans 10:3 “Because they disregarded the righteousness from God and attempted to establish their own righteousness, they have not submitted to God’s righteousness.”

Ezekiel 36:23 “I will honor the holiness of My great name, which has been profaned among the nations—the name you have profaned among them. The nations will know that I am Yahweh”—the declaration of the Lord GOD —”when I demonstrate My holiness through you in their sight.”

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