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While technology is wonderful, sometimes it doesn't quite work the way we hope it will. Sometimes that is the case with the TalkShoe software program (available at www.talkshoe.com) currently in use for our Tsiyon Ministry Partner meetings. Occasionally folks tell us they cannot hear the meeting well over TalkShoe. Recently, one of the partners asked TalkShoe for help on this and the help staff said: "Users who cannot hear the streaming audio, please close your browser then delete the TalkShoe cookie & clear the cache, then come back into the call." Of course, you can just dial in on your phone and ignore TalkShoe altogether!
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From Eliyahu - 2011 Weird Stuff
Weird stuff. That's 2011. It started off with the mass animal deaths, which still haven't stopped, by the way.
In January the Shinmoedake volcano erupted, getting global attention. Also, a large crack appeared in the ground in Peru measuring 100 meters wide and 3km long. Nobody knows what caused this crack.
There have also been unusual events in the heavens. Last February asteroid 2011 CQ1 shot by at a distance of only 3400 miles away from Earth. This was the closest near miss ever recorded. Also in February, large solar flares emerged from the sun, the largest in 4 years. China actually had its radio communications disrupted by these violent solar explosions. There have been news reports by scientists of strange particles being emitted from the Sun's core. Strangely, Greenland reported the sun appearing in Greenland several days before normal this year.
On March 19th the moon (called a Super-Moon) was at its closest point to Earth since 1992 at about 221,567 miles away. Anticipation of this event provoked fears of major disruptions in weather patterns and earthquakes and volcanoes caused by the Super-Moon. Major news sources told us this was impossible.
Whatever the reason, strange weather patterns have occurred this year, as have a noticeable increase in seismic activity. February 22nd saw a major earthquake in New Zealand at Christchurch. This was the worst earthquake in New Zealand in 80 years. And of course, on March 11 Japan was reportedly hit by a monster earthquake and powerful tsunami which devastated the coast of Japan and killed many thousands of people. The earthquake was said to be the most powerful earthquake to ever hit Japan and the fifth largest earthquake to ever occur in the world. It moved Honshu Island 2.4 meters, and is said to have caused a miniscule shift in Earth’s axis. Perhaps even worse, Japan endured the worst nuclear disaster at their nuke power plants in history, belching out deadly radiation that is still in evidence in the atmosphere.
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On a different note:
strange events include millions of dead sardines in March floating
in a harbour near Los Angeles. Also, a rain of pinkish, purple worms
at a school in Galashiels, Scotland was reported. Throughout this
entire period meteors and fireballs from the sky have been sited in
various places throughout the earth.
We are told that each new strange occurrence is "normal." Perhaps any one event can be explained away. It is the cumulative nature of all of this that has got a lot of people spooked. "What's next?" is the general feeling of many. In our latest program we comment on the events of these last days, and why we really don't need to be afraid of the future.
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