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Aboriginal Australians See “End of Days” in Late 2019
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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 04:59 AM)
What does this represent though?

"A fiery dragon will cross the sky
Six times before this earth shall die"

Meteors?
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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 04:59 AM)
What does this represent though?

"A fiery dragon will cross the sky
Six times before this earth shall die"

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Someone needs to steal those entire lyrics and put some heavy music to them..
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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 04:59 AM)
What does this represent though?

"A fiery dragon will cross the sky
Six times before this earth shall die"

Just found this comment in another thread of mine at: http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-152346.html

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Massive Forest and When the ICE Melts.
There will be MASSIVE Huge C02 and Methane
Release from all the Frozen Dead things that
start to ROTT!

Now then, if the ice shelf breaks off in the Atlantic, the air could be filled with methane and CO2 many times over, a fiery dragon will cross the sky six times before the earth shall die...

https://www.livescience.com/6298-coal-mi...plode.html
"Methane, the main component of natural gas, is combustible, and mixtures of about 5 percent to 15 percent in air are explosive. ... "It does not [require] much heat to ignite the combustion process and therefore methane explosion can accelerate very fast," Luo said.Apr 6, 2010"
Why Do Coal Mines Explode? | Live Science
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RE: Aboriginal Australians See “End of Days” in Late 2019
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What does this represent though?

"A fiery dragon will cross the sky
Six times before this earth shall die"

Meteors?

methane gas being released from the antarctic in a massive shelf split is my current guess, the crack sounds like it is already there
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RE: Aboriginal Australians See “End of Days” in Late 2019
Doom potential? Check.
Outrageous theory? Check.
Possible pareidolia? Check.

3 out of 3.

This has possibilities!

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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:07 AM)
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Meteors?

methane gas being released from the antarctic in a massive shelf split is my current guess, the crack sounds like it is already there

I don't think there's enough methane to get the concentration required.. ?
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I have had the tidal wave dream a few times in my life and everytime is the exact same dream. It's been several years since the last time. The most incredibly huge wave that one could imagine. Never see the destruction it causes, just see it approaching the shore line and I'm looking up at it in one moment and the next I'm right above it looking down and I see people scattering and they all look like ants.
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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:07 AM)
methane gas being released from the antarctic in a massive shelf split is my current guess, the crack sounds like it is already there

I don't think there's enough methane to get the concentration required.. ?

It really doesn't have to cover the entire world to meet the description and criteria. Though I am open to other ideas. Keep in mind if it just blew one time the resulting heat from such a fireball explosion would likely be enough to melt down Antarctica to generate new cracks which would subsequently release more methane in explosive fire ball fashion into the existing methane flames of the first. Given todays tech, this would be seen and shown worldwide as long as our networks are up and running.
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I have had the tidal wave dream a few times in my life and everytime is the exact same dream. It's been several years since the last time. The most incredibly huge wave that one could imagine. Never see the destruction it causes, just see it approaching the shore line and I'm looking up at it in one moment and the next I'm right above it looking down and I see people scattering and they all look like ants.

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/po...es-790748/
Thirty-foot waves combined with 70-knot winds are not uncommon. In 2017, a buoy just west of the passage recorded a wave about 80 feet high, the largest ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere.Feb 6, 2019

http://awesomeocean.com/guest-columns/so...huge-wave/
The Southern Ocean Has Produced A Terrifyingly Huge Wave…
awesomeocean.com › guest-columns › southern-ocean-terrifyingly-huge-...
The Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean, is known for its turbulent ... Although it is one of the largest waves found in the area, waves regularly ...

https://magicseaweed.com/news/the-ghost-...ica/11246/
The Ghost Waves of Antarctica - Magicseaweed.com
https://magicseaweed.com › news › the-ghost-waves-of-antarctica
Jan 25, 2019 - For the whimsical, there's a romantic view of Antarctica that has somehow .... ice cover is at its minimum, which could be a big problem in winter.

---- the sudden release of the antarctic ice cover would raise sea level up by a lot, especially if its caused from one heat explosion after another after another after another... methane is said to be explosive in the air

How much will sea levels rise if Antarctica melts?
https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C5CHF...40&bih=828
If all the ice covering Antarctica , Greenland, and in mountain glaciers around the world were to melt, sea level would rise about 70 meters (230 feet). The ocean would cover all the coastal cities. And land area would shrink significantly.

.... if all of this sounds familiar, its cause it falls in line with Edgar Cayce
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I doubt if anybody remembers or kept pictures of Comet McNaught, the feathered serpent, back in January, 2007. It wasn't a fiery dragon, but it spread across the most of the sky, mainly visible over Australia. Awesome.

It was something to behold. I saved pics, mostly those that were posted on GLP. Websites don't have them archived, so no links, and I can't paste them here. The feathers were white, but why couldn't a red, fiery dragon spread across the sky in the same manner?
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RE: Aboriginal Australians See “End of Days” in Late 2019
No!
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seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 03:36 AM)
Uppity Me  Wrote: (10-28-2019 03:28 AM)
Another End of the World?
It was supposed to happen Dec 20 2012 already

Ya, but this time its Australia end of days doom. I think it has more to do with waking up and angering Sekhmet though, and releasing the dogs of war and plagues and the like. Just one of those wait and see what transpires thing. The seminar that was given last year regarding this end of days prophecy seemed to have the opinion that things would boil over during December 2019 and I believe I read a statement at that link that said the doom prophecy would transpire within two years of the seminar.

No, no, no, you've got it all backwards; the Biblical quote pertains to the Middle East, so nothing to worry about there.

Cats are the single biggest cause of species extinction in Australia.
Bastet/Sakhmet is horrified at the destruction by a species that does not belong, so is wreaking it's wrath on the cats to bring balance back to nature.

Although I've got the utmost respect for Duncan Roads, no-one is correct 100% of the time.
The Aboriginals are just hallucinating from meth & the grog.

Going back to country? Nah, I've seen no mass exodus from Redfern or Mt Druitt ..... oh he must be referring to actual Aboriginals rather than the 1/16th 'Abo's' that are as pale as the next white fella.
Ok, that makes sense then.
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RE: Aboriginal Australians See “End of Days” in Late 2019
seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:43 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:21 AM)


http://awesomeocean.com/guest-columns/so...huge-wave/
The Southern Ocean Has Produced A Terrifyingly Huge Wave…
awesomeocean.com › guest-columns › southern-ocean-terrifyingly-huge-...
The Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean, is known for its turbulent ... Although it is one of the largest waves found in the area, waves regularly ...

The Southern Ocean can be a frightening place during storms.

A guy I knew was in the RAN aboard the Aussie aircraft carrier Melbourne.
He had pics of it being dwarfed by waves that towered over it south of the Great Australian Bight.

Monster seas is the norm down there.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:52 AM)
I doubt if anybody remembers or kept pictures of Comet McNaught, the feathered serpent, back in January, 2007. It wasn't a fiery dragon, but it spread across the most of the sky, mainly visible over Australia. Awesome.

It was something to behold. I saved pics, mostly those that were posted on GLP. Websites don't have them archived, so no links, and I can't paste them here. The feathers were white, but why couldn't a red, fiery dragon spread across the sky in the same manner?

it could, and so could other spacial bodies and abnormalities, but I'd like to think anything that could hit us anytime soon would already be detected, so I'm more inclined of thinking any current doom is most likely more terrestrial, and things are a bit out of whack along fault lines and in Northern California... fault lines are pretty much the coils of the snake, keep in mind according to ancient legends the Earth formed from Tiamat which was a much larger planet than Earth but was also viewed as a dragon... people have been talking about a duel sun that is approaching us but I like to dismiss that notion... one guess is as good as another though
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Me  Wrote: (10-28-2019 06:58 AM)
seasnake  Wrote: (10-28-2019 05:43 AM)
http://awesomeocean.com/guest-columns/so...huge-wave/
The Southern Ocean Has Produced A Terrifyingly Huge Wave…
awesomeocean.com › guest-columns › southern-ocean-terrifyingly-huge-...
The Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean, is known for its turbulent ... Although it is one of the largest waves found in the area, waves regularly ...

The Southern Ocean can be a frightening place during storms.

A guy I knew was in the RAN aboard the Aussie aircraft carrier Melbourne.
He had pics of it being dwarfed by waves that towered over it south of the Great Australian Bight.

Monster seas is the norm down there.

That is another reason why I favor the ice shelf breaking off and falling into the sea, not only could it release explosive gasses into the air that could ignite and cause a cascade of cracks, liquidations, and other resulting fire ball explosions, but it would definitely dwarf any of those waves that have been seen there, and the more recent waves sound like they have the largest. Why are they the largest now? Something surely is behind that, and that something likely is not likely going to be good for us.

Also, all the nuclear bombs currently in existence is not as large as a single super volcano eruption, and I'm guessing a methane gas eruption resulting from antarctica would be much like such a volcanic eruption. Even exploding a nuclear bomb over a large Antarctic ice crack sounds a bit insane to do. We fear EMP attacks, surely EMP attacks over glacial ice standing miles high is something even greater to fear.




all nuclear bombs in existence upon earth don't stack up against a super volcano eruption in power released
a methane fire ball/sky above Antarctica = very bad = many cracks/releases = many concurrent explosions = sudden liquidation of Antarctica
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