Category Archive: Signs in Pestilence

No end in sight to Haiti’s cholera epidemic

Almost a year after a nationwide outbreak, the spread of the waterborne disease cholera is showing no signs of ending in Haiti. So far, more than 6,000 have died and about 400,000 have been infected, with… Continue reading

Is climate change making us crazy?

A new report warns that droughts and floods can fuel severe mental-health problems like anxiety, depression, and even suicide. Scientists worldwide are forecasting severe drought, unprecedented flooding, and scorching heat waves as a… Continue reading

Thousands of fish die in Emporia park lake

EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) — A state biologist says decomposing leaves probably caused the deaths of thousands of fish in city lake in Emporia. KVOE-AM reports (http://bit.ly/p3FyTR ) the die-off happened over the weekend in… Continue reading

Excessive radiation found in sea organisms off China – Surprised?

BEIJING – Biological samples taken from waters in the Western Pacific region east of Fukushima, Japan show excessive radiation levels, said a statement from China’s State Oceanic Administration on Wednesday. The administration suggested… Continue reading

Mekong’s rice production at risk

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, experts warn. Known as the Rice Bowl of Vietnam, the 15,000-square-mile region produces half the country’s rice output of… Continue reading

Signs of the Times: Natural Disasters Prevalent in 2011

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The year 2011 began with a flood in Australia so vast it turned an area almost twice as large as Texas into a disaster zone. The first half of… Continue reading

Hundreds of thousands of fish killed in paper mill spill

NEW ORLEANS — A rotten stench hung over a 60-mile stretch of Louisiana’s Pearl River as boats trawled through thick layers of hundreds of thousands of dead fish, and sweating workers bent to scoop… Continue reading

Moscow’s Wild Dogs Ride Subways To City Center In Search Of Food

But these aren’t just any daily commuters. These are stray dogs who live in the outskirts of Moscow Russia and commute on the underground trains to and from the city centre in search… Continue reading

20 Signs That A Horrific Global Food Crisis Is Coming

The following are 20 signs that a horrific global food crisis is coming…. #1 According to the World Bank, 44 million people around the globe have been pushed into extreme poverty since last… Continue reading

Morgellons: Terrifying New Disease Reaching Pandemic Status

It sounds like something from a bad sci-fi movie. People report the sensation of creatures crawling under their skin, mysterious moving fibers appear, and finally bugs and worms pop out. Unfortunately, these terrifying… Continue reading

Virulent strain of hand, foot and mouth disease ravages Vietnam- 81 deaths reported this year

August 19, 2011 – HANOI, Vietnam — Vietnam’s prime minister has put the country on alert as an outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease continues to surge, killing 81 children and sickening… Continue reading

Worries of Mega-Tsunami ! 720 Earthquakes On El Hierro In One Week

“An unprecedented 720 earthquakes have been recorded on El Hierro, the smallest of the Canary Islands, during the past week,” says this article by Mark Dunphy. Described as a “significant increase in seismic… Continue reading

“Bugnadoes” Develop Across Areas of Missouri

Parts of Missouri affected by serious flooding in recent months are having to contend with a bizarre new natural hazard, swarms of bugs that appear in the shape of tornado funnels. The large… Continue reading

‘Mum, the bear is eating me!’: Frantic final phone calls of woman, 19, eaten alive by brown bear and its three cubs

A distraught mother listened on a mobile phone as her teenage daughter was eaten alive by a brown bear and its three cubs. Olga Moskalyova, 19, gave an horrific hour-long running commentary on… Continue reading

Briton killed by shark as it’s revealed tourist died in attack on SAME beach just two weeks ago

The new bride of the British honeymooner killed by a shark in the Seychelles yesterday as she watched from the beach today paid tribute to her husband. Ian Redmond, 30, who had been… Continue reading

UN says cholera epidemic in Somalia

(AP) — World Health Organization officials said Friday that famine-hit Somalia faces a cholera epidemic as dirty water and poor sanitation are leading to an increase in outbreaks of the disease. Officials say… Continue reading

Germ warfare: Record heat, lack of rain causing explosion of infection cases

August 13, 2011 – ORLANDO (CBS Tampa) — A Brevard County teen was hospitalized after an amoeba is believed to have infected her brain while she was swimming in a local river. The… Continue reading

Crop failure compounds drought crisis in Afghanistan

Ongoing drought in northern, northeastern and western Afghanistan is likely to push 1.5-2 million more people into food insecurity this autumn, according to the UN World Food Program (WFP).   This is in addition… Continue reading

TEPCO says it has lost contact with 143 nuclear plant workers

Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) said Thursday that it has not been able to locate 143 individuals working to restore the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant since May. The utility said it has… Continue reading

Growing child toll in Somali famine: UN warns

Ten percent of Somali children aged under five are dying every 11 weeks in the country’s devastating famine, which is spreading faster than aid agencies can cope with, UN officials warned Wednesday. The… Continue reading

Solar Flare Strength + Lunar Blocking of Solar Wind = Massive Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, Bitter Cold

While my knowledge is far from superior on this matter from the readings and research I have done of Piers Corbyn’s work, Astrophysicist and Meteorologist from http://www.weatheraction.com and Joe Bastardi from http://www.weatherbell.com, both… Continue reading

Massive undersea volcanic eruption found off Oregon Coast

Oregon State University scientists say they’ve discovered an eruption of an undersea volcano about 250 miles off the Oregon Coast. The April 6 eruption produced a lava flow at least 1.2 miles wide,… Continue reading

Magma plume report: A barometer of the planet indicates earth changes are accelerating

The most frequent question I’m asked is how much time do we have left before something major occurs? Not long, as you’ll shortly see. I included this map in my book so everyone… Continue reading

Agricultural officials issue warning about spread of deadly bee disease

SWEDEN – The discovery of a deadly bee disease among several broods in western Sweden have prompted a warning from agriculture officials concerned about containing the contagious illness. A number of bee broods… Continue reading

HIGH levels of radiation detected in Oklahoma City rainwater on 8/6/11 (Video)

A person may be exposed to elevated levels of radiation by breathing in radioactive particles, ingesting them through exposed food or drink, or coming into close bodily contact with a source of radiation.… Continue reading