Today marks the one year anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown at Fukushima, Japan. The leaders of Japan have been lying about the gravity of the situation since day one. This has been as clear as the summer sun to those with eyes to see. For what it is worth, the leaders of other nations, the MSM, et alii have also been lying about the severity of the problem. While it is common enough for men to lie for various reasons, that is not the focus of this short blog entry. Let us consider, rather, what is likely to happen within the next six to eighteen months.
The meltdown continues apace, despite whatever the official word is or has been. Life on the northeast quadrant of Honshu will never be the same. Frankly, it is ridiculous if not criminal that everyone was not evacuated as soon as humanly possible. Making matters notably more strange, Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams, made in 1990, consists of eight short films, two of which deal with nuclear disaster. Mount Fuji in Red depicts a dream which is really a nightmare. A large power plant near Mt. Fuji is melting down. The sky turns a terrifying color of red. Millions of people flee in desperation. They have nowhere to go except into the sea. Readers can do their own research, but this same film or another very much like it also has as part of the storyline a massive earthquake right off the coast. It is discovered that a good portion of Japan is going to slide into the sea. At first, the experts say there is some time before this happens, but then they learn it will happen within a year or so. Government officials start trying to find other countries to take the millions of refugees, but they don’t tell the people what is really happening. Sounds familiar, eh? The old saying is “art imitates life,” but in this case it seems to be the reverse. It is a topic for another time, but life has been imitating art a lot in recent years, especially with respect to disasters of various kinds.
As for Japan and some of it sliding into the sea, there is an interesting prediction by a man named Edgar Cayce, also known as the sleeping prophet. Again, I encourage those with the time and inclination to do a little research. Bottom line: Cayce had a vision in which Japan, or a goodly portion thereof, slides into the sea in the near future. As part of your research, look at how many earthquakes have been hitting in or around Japan since March 11, 2011. While it is perfectly normal for Japan to have a lot of quakes, the increase during the past year has been most noteworthy.
What will happen? We have no way of knowing for certain. One thing that does seem certain, however, is that those whose duty it is to protect and promote the common good of the Japanese people will continue to lie about what is really happening. Don’t be surprised if you hear about another big quake in Japan, or that Tokyo is being evacuated, or that a sizable portion of Honshu has slipped into a cold, watery grave. Even if that does not occur, the sheer amount of radiation being released has made it most unwise to remain anywhere near Fukushima.
When we split the atom, we were messing with powers the magnitude of which we do not adequately comprehend or respect. It is my fervent prayer that we are both able and willing to put this Genie back in the proverbial bottle, but, so far, it is not looking good on either score. Still, all things happen for a reason, even if we often do not understand what that reason is. Godspeed to you and yours in 2012 and beyond.