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‘Major Tsunami Warning’: Japan Evacuates Coastal Areas After 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Central Honshu:

People living on the coast in north-central Japan have been ordered to evacuate to high ground after a large earthquake struck the Noto Peninsula on Monday afternoon, with the government warning of a potential five-meter (16-foot) tsunami.

A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, the central region of Japan’s main island Honshu, around 1600JST (0200EST, 0700 GMT), the most powerful earthquake in that area since records began. Japanese state broadcaster NHK is telling citizens: “The tsunami has already arrived. Please run away as soon as possible… Please remember the Great East Japan Earthquake. Please run away as soon as possible to save your life."

The evacuation order is still very much in place, however, and those in the ‘red’ area covering most of central-northern Japan’s coast have been told:  
Tsunami damage will occur.
People in coastal areas or along rivers should immediately evacuate to a safe location such as higher ground or an evacuation building.
Tsunamis strike repeatedly. Do not leave your safe area until the warning has been lifted.

Japan’s nuclear power stations in the impacted area say they are operational and cooling pools are being operated with no abnormal readings, despite damage to power supply systems in some areas. NHK reports Masayuki Seki of the National Emergency Response Center, said of the nuclear plants: “We are doing our best to gather information as the earthquake continues.

While the tsunami poses a major risk to life and property in the coming hours, serious damage has already been caused by the large earthquake that has triggered it, and Japan continues to be struck by dozens of powerful aftershocks.  The condition of the roads has deteriorated due to the earthquake. . . . Government minister Yoshimasa Hayashi said in a press conference that houses had collapsed, 33,000 houses had no power, and in six cases people had been “buried alive” by falling buildings. Roads, rail, and airports are closed.

[Note: New Year's is the biggest holiday of the year in Japan.  Many people return to their original hometowns to celebrate with family and relatives.  Now they fear they may not be able to get back home because the roads are very damaged. Also, all trains (their main form of transportation) immediately stop with the first slight hint of an earthquake. --Patricia]

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2024/01/01/major-tsunami-warning-japan-evacuates-coastal-areas-after-7-6-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-central-honshu/

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Prayers for the people of Japan Prayer  

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May Jesus reach out thru the Holy Spirit and touch them and let many accept Him as their Lord and Savior thru this diaster. Amen.

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Sweden Records Coldest January Evening in 25 Years:

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – Europe experienced stark weather contrasts on Wednesday, with extreme cold and snowstorms disrupting transportation and closing schools in Scandinavia while strong winds and heavy rain in western Europe caused flooding and at least one death.

Temperatures fell below minus 40 degrees Celsius (minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit) in the Nordic region for a second day in a row Wednesday. In Kvikkjokk-Årrenjarka in Swedish Lapland, the mercury dropped to minus 43.6 C (minus 46.5 F), the lowest January temperature recorded in Sweden in 25 years, Sweden’s TT news agency reported.

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2024/01/03/sweden-records-coldest-january-evening-in-25-years/   

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The Rain in California Is Mind-Boggling:

Southern California might get a year's worth in a single day!

To say that it's pouring rain in California is a vast understatement. The state is dealing with a weather phenomenon known as an atmospheric river for the second straight day—on the heels of an earlier one last week. Which might explain why the National Weather Service in Los Angeles is using red exclamation points to warn people in the Hollywood Hills of an "extremely dangerous situation unfolding." Flooding, power outages, landslides, and rockslides are being reported. Snippets from coverage:

The NWS predicted "14 inches of rain could fall on Monday in parts of Southern California, potentially matching Los Angeles' average annual rainfall total—14 inches—in a single day," per the New York Times.

https://www.newser.com/story/345970/the-rain-in-california-is-mind-boggling.html   

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Chile Burned To The Ground: “It’s Maui All Over Again!”

There has been an almost total media blackout on this story…

In fact, the only place I’ve seen it covered is on Twitter/X.  Thank you Elon!

Basically, a large part of Chile (a tourist city named Valparaiso) has been completely burned to the ground, and the similarities to what happened to Maui are impossible to ignore.

They want to tell you this is normal, or that it’s because they have “similar climates” and “similar vegetation”.

Anyone buying that?  Not me.

Never happened in hundreds of years, but now it wiped out Lahaina Town in Maui and Valparaiso in Chile?  Are these Directed Energy Weapons?  Why does it look IDENTICAL to Maui?

Any blue roofed buildings left unscathed?  99 dead and counting.

https://100percentfedup.com/chile-burned-to-the-ground-its-maui-all-over-again/   

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@patrician Thanks Patricia. This is shocking. Makes me feel about the media the way I feel about doctors and the pharmaceutical industry.

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Has The Stage Been Set For “The Big One” To Hit California?:

Trillions of gallons of rain have already fallen on the state of California, and more rain continues to fall as I write this article.  Billions of dollars in damage have already been done, but of even greater concern is what all of this water could mean for southern California’s fault lines.  As you will see below, geophysicists have discovered that the additional weight that flooding puts on fault lines can help trigger earthquakes.  Of course, we have been warned for many years that “the Big One” is way overdue in southern California, and when it finally happens it will be a disaster unlike anything we have ever seen before.

Geophysicist Daniel Brothers was one of the scientists that worked on this study, and he was very confident about what his team discovered…“We found quakes happened about every 100 to 200 years and were correlated with floods,” says Brothers. “The Colorado River spills, loads the crust and then there is a rupture.” 

It has been reported that when “the Big One” strikes it could literally “plunge large parts of California into the sea almost instantly”

https://endoftheamericandream.com/has-the-stage-been-set-for-the-big-one-to-hit-california/

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@patrician I prefer rapture to rupture. Praying for the good people in California.

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DEVELOPING: Hawaii, SoCal Hit With Earthquakes Two Hours Apart:

Hawaii was hit with a powerful magnitude 5.7 earthquake on Friday at around 10 am local time.

A couple of hours later Los Angeles was hit with a magnitude 4.6 earthquake at 1:47 pm PST.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2024/02/developing-hawaii-socal-hit-earthquakes-two-hours-apart/   

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Texas Panhandle Wildfire Claims 2nd Life, Largest Fire in State’s History, 2nd Largest in U.S.:

The Smokehouse Creek Wildfire in the Texas Panhandle claimed the life of a second victim on Thursday. What is now the second-largest fire in U.S. history has consumed approximately 1.1 million acres — an area larger than the state of Rhode Island — and is less than five percent contained at last report.

The Smokehouse Creek Wildfire is one of four burning in the panhandle region, MyHighPlains.com reported. The now second-largest fire in U.S. history consumed more than 1,075,000 acres as the 687 Reamer fire merged into its path.

Despite cooler temperatures, lower winds, and up to two inches of snow, Texas A&M Forest Service reports, as of midnight Thursday night, the fire is less than five percent contained.

On Friday, Forest Service officials say that favorable fire weather conditions will return to the Texas Panhandle region. Warmer temperatures and sustained winds of 20-30 miles per hour with gusts reaching 60-70 miles per hour could force burned hot spots to reignite. Additional fires could also break out in these conditions, the report states.

https://www.breitbart.com/border/2024/03/01/texas-panhandle-wildfire-claims-2nd-life-largest-fire-in-states-history-2nd-largest-in-u-s/   

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@patrician 

 

Kimberly and those on her channel have been praying hard for God to send rain and/or snow and it’s happening!  He is answering everyone’s prayers!  🙌

 

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