Thursday, November 18, 2010

111810.14.5--Message for Today: Dangers ahead

This is a general message.  Whether this message is intended for me or for all people, we have to think of it as "warning message," because many times I kept this kind of materials (warnings), because they really happened--it just need to be decoded.  (Recently) The last material I received--that actually happened in less than 24 hours was "Fire, Indian/Asian people, big city, and elevator;"--elevator--this means, involved high rise building.

I know that there are Web sites out-there giving out some predictions, but most of the time the predictions did not come true, or close to reality.  But I trusted the messages I picked up; whether it is for me or for all people, and here I am.  I just have to share this.  It doesn't matter what you think.  And here you go. ...

There is something going to happen sooner; perhaps, in the next few days.  The message for today is "Get Ready, or Be Prepared."  The same codes I received yesterday.

For few weeks now, I have been feeling that there is something going to happen, but I couldn't figure out what exactly is going to happen.  The materials/codes I received were not enough to piece them together, and I didn't have enough time to work or analyze the codes.  All I could decipher is some sort of disaster (it could be earthquake, fire, storm, volcano, internet access, etc...) that involved Indian and Asian people.  This could be American Indians; Indians from India; any group of people with Indian or Asian ethnic background, or in that sort.  What bothers me is that, there are school children and young white women involved.  Regardless, the warning is getting stronger.  And it is not only to these groups of people but everyone around the world.

Most of us would probably at work or sleeping when this event happens.  I hope people will find this blog, and consider this as a "friendly warning."

Thanks for reading.


Thrione said...

I posted this yesterday. I also posted a new blog about "Why number 27."
November 19, 2010, 11:16 AM PT

Explosion at New Zealand coal mine
By Gyles Beckford Gyles Beckford 2 hrs 9 mins ago

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – An explosion rocked a remote coal mine in New Zealand on Friday, trapping 27 people underground, the company said.

Rescue teams were preparing to go into the new Pike River coal mine dug into the side of a mountain range in the country's rugged South Island, but were checking for gas, which would build up because of lack of ventilation.

"Going into a mine after the power's been off for two or three hours requires mines' rescue people to make sure it's safe for them before they look for our people," Pike River's chairman, John Dow, told reporters.

The mine, which only began shipping coal this year, is burrowing into a deposit which, according to one recent visitor, was relatively gaseous.

Two men had come out of the mine and were being treated in hospital for moderate injuries. They had told authorities that another three were making their way out.

Police said they did not know of any deaths, as had been reported by some media.

"There are no confirmed fatalities," a police spokeswoman told Reuters.

Peter Whittall, chief executive of the mining company said he believed 27 people, a mix of miners and external contractors, were trapped.

"Whether they are trapped or choosing to stay underground and shelter from whatever the extent of the incident is we don't know at this stage," Whittall told Television 3.

The mine's main tunnel is more than two kms into a mountain range, but only around 150 meters deep, which is seen as an advantage because it will make it easier to use heavy equipment. The area is so remote that mobile-phone service is patchy.

The company produces hard coking coal used in the steel industry and has been hit by a series of technical problems, including rock falls, which delayed its development.

Greymouth district's deputy mayor, Doug Truman, told Reuters by phone he had visited the mine and understood the coal deposit to be gaseous, but he stressed safety standards there were high and the workers highly trained.

"It's a very high-quality coal but it's gaseous -- but they know that," Truman said.

The company said each miner carried safety equipment, including personal oxygen cylinders.

The company is around 30 percent owned by listed energy company NZ Oil and Gas Ltd with two Indian companies -- Gujarat NRE and Saurashtra Fuels -- as substantial minority shareholders.

The last major coal mining disaster in New Zealand was in 1967 when 19 miners were killed in an explosion at a coal mine in the same part of the country, a major coal-producing region.

(Additional reporting by Mark Bendeich in SYDNEY; Editing by Sugita Katyal)

Thrione said...
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Thrione said...

I said, "Next few days." Here it is; Cambodias (Asians).

At least 339 dead after stampede in Cambodia

By Prak Chan Thul Prak Chan Thul 1 hr 13 mins ago

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – A stampede on a bridge in Cambodia's capital killed at least 339 people late Monday and wounded nearly as many after thousands panicked on the last day of a water festival, authorities and state media said.