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Evacuate the state, the country, the planet -- Mother Nature's Hammer
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Looks like Irma might hit Cuba right on the northwest shores first.
The hurricane track proceeds slowly, and the media / government spin out,
is their hour by hour, day by day, week by week,
soap opera public propaganda drama with behavior conditioning services Lol 

All those computer model hurricane track lines seen on TV weather news,
have a centered hard on Whip going straight up into Miami Vice itself.

Emergency Evac and EQ Rescue is the latest reality show on TV.
Training the national public audience via info-tainment, as they lounge elsewhere safely.
Training the public that it's all coming your way too, just a matter of time.
Like perhaps the next pandemic, the one that starts somewhere like LA.
You won't waste time evacuating. Nonono
Imagine if the killer pandemic hits Mexico City, population 18 million.

How about that huge CME on the 6th?
One of the biggest ones ever recorded?
When one of those CME's hits us, all global electrical systems might be cooked to a crisp.

I live in a geologic map designated "red zone" on a cliffside on the bay.
15 feet of clay over 150 feet of sandy glacial till -- they call that a jello bowl in an earthquake. 
Well we know better now don't we?
It's the entire planet and planetary history Whip
This entire planet is the Red Zone.
None the less, the "shit happens planet",
is more like the "whole lotta shit happens fast planet",
in this Red Zone Solar System.
Swing low sweet comet or here comes the eagle eye asteroid Whip

Good luck Miami.  

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Added bonus


Sheep

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/magni...st-n799726

The death toll from the most powerful earthquake to hit Mexico in 100 years kept climbing Friday as rescue crews searched through the ruins of collapsed buildings in the coastal areas closest to the epicenter.

As of Friday evening, the National Emergency Committee said 58 had died in the earthquake, according to Mexico's civil defense chief Luis Felipe Puente.

Hardest hit were southern states of Chiapas and Oaxaca, but tremors from the temblor that hit just before 1 a.m. ET were felt 460 miles away in Mexico City. Thousands of pajama-clad residents fled into the streets to escape their shaking houses.


Cry

M 8.1 - 87km SW of Pijijiapan, Mexico - USGS Earthquake Hazards ...
https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/...us2000ahv0
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Is the Shift finally here?

by Ildefonso Ortiz and Brandon Darby
8 Sep 2017Mexico

A powerful earthquake struck in one of the poorest regions in Mexico, spreading chaos throughout the central part of the country, including Mexico City. Preliminary information released by the government reports at least 32 deaths and 8.2 rating on the Richter scale.

The earthquake struck overnight in the southern state of Chiapas and spread to multiple areas throughout Central Mexico, triggering massive structural damage that, in addition to fatalities, also led to more than 1.85 million losing electrical power, Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto said.

In the aftermath, Peña Nieto asked for schools to be closed in multiple states so the buildings could be inspected for structural damages. 

Initial reports by the Mexico’s Seismic Center and the Chiapas government claimed the earthquake reached 8.4 on the Richter, however, the official information now places the natural disaster at 8.2.
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#3
Irma looks to be coming my way.. much like Hugo.
Going to have to batten down the hatches for sure..
On a satellite I ride. Nothing down below can hide.
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#4
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that EQ in Mexico ... ...this hurricane ... 
the entire tri state area of the Pac NW was covered in smoke,
Washington, Montana, Idaho, Oregon
from crazy fires everywhere burning out of control ... 
we got our first rain in 3 months -- a drizzle and a drazzle ...
that EQ in Mexico,
right on the money with that huge CME on the 6th.

I was right about Irma hitting north coast of Cuba.

Good luck Keith,
and the 'cane looks like it might have to curl hard to the north hit Miami ...
maybe it will hit the west coast of Florida.
It will be interesting to see how hard it curls up to the north,
as it picks up steanm over water on the way.

Florida governor advises 6 million people to Emergency Evac Whip

I will bet that this fall, 
typhoons out of the Pacific will slam the shit out of Oregon and Washington.

The entire Pac NW here is already well overdue for ... The Big One,
that is what the geologists call the impending EQ.
The Big One,
long overdue.

Florida -- better late than never ?  Nonono
I would rather stay home than get stuck in a freeway jam with a hurricane breathing up my ass.
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PS
the latest Biblical style prophecy of doomsday is all over the net now,
and has wild planetary - star- constellation alignments --

Revelation 12 it is called -- Sept 21-23

http://watchfortheday.org/1260tetrad.html

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#5
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The Floridians evacuated the east coast,
and went to the west coast,
and then they had to evacuate the west coast,
back to the east coast,
after the hurricane changed course.

Stars
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#6
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So Irma kicked the crap out of Cuba at level 5,
then hit Florida and fizzled-n-drizzled out to a level 2 hurricane,
with all storm surge estmates now reduced by well over half.
So much for all those computer weather models.
FEMA was quoted at one point,
as stating that the hurricane would "devastate the United States".
I bet that the Cuban north coast is just a disaster.
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#7
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Police in one area refusing to let people back into their hammered Florida keys property,
because the police cannot be there to ... police shit.
Citizens outraged.

No coverage of the damage in Cuba ...
Havanna
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More than one million people were evacuated from flood-prone areas.

The Communist Party newspaper Granma reported that the Jardines del Rey airport 
serving the northern Cuban keys including Cayo Coco was destroyed, 
and posted photos to Twitter showing the shattered terminal hall littered with debris.

huge aerial view of damage in St Martin island

https://qzprod.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/rtx3f43z-e1504798625348.jpg?quality=80&strip=all
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virgin islands
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florida keys
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Sheriff Rick Ramsey went on U.S. 1 radio to announce the first fatality of Hurricane Irma in the Florida Keys.
Ramsey said a motorist died when his vehicle slid off of U.S 1 highway near Marathon.



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Sure could have been a lot worse,
only categroy 2 in Florida,
while Cuba and the islands got category 4 and 5


https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4394552/hurricane-irma-british-troops-caribbean-barbuda-latest-power/
ROYAL NAVY RESCUE

British Army deploys WARSHIPS to the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma kills 12, 
obliterates entire islands 
and leaves over one million without power

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#8
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Yea, here it comes,
another round Hurricane Hell Holocaust in the Carribbean Islands.
Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands to be slammed head on,
with a category 5 Whip
Looks like Mother Nature is hurling hurricane dice, and everybody is hoping for Lucky 7,
but this time they got snake eyes,
Irma and Maria.

Mexico City hit with a 7.1 which sounds bad ... but it's more like this  Gangup
because the 1985 quake there did a lot more damage,
as an 8.1
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/homero-ari...70324.html
Mexico’s 1985 Earthquake Awoke a Social Earthquake That Is Still Roiling
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official death toll 1985 is 10,000 and considered to be a cover up number by the Mexican govt.
but it forced in a generation of EQ building codes and an earthquake warning system. 

2017
This EQ is 10 times less strong than the 1985 Mexico City area EQ.


We are still long overdue for "The Big One" here in the Pac NW.


Oh yes, good luck Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands!
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#9
The Ring of Fire is heating up: M6.1 earthquake strikes off New Zealand just hours after deadly M7.1 earthquake near Mexico City
By
Strange Sounds
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Sep 20, 2017

http://strangesounds.org/2017/09/m6-1-ea...ng-up.html
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https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/...#executive

M 6.1 - 281km ESE of Kamaishi, Japan

2017-09-20 16:37:16 UTC 37.982°N   144.669°E 10.0 km depth
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#11
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Entire island of Puerto Rico without power.
Some projections put full power restoration at 4 months.

Mexico City ... the recent 7.1 hit exactly to the day of the 1985 quake.
Grim reminder.
You see the mild chaos there on TV with all the rescues?
When the pandemic hits Mexico City some day,
That will be worse by far than the 8.1 in '85.

Pandemic chaos in a major western hemisphere city is coming.
Matter of time.
Kind of like the CME from hell.
The Big One.
Just what has been making the sun spit out all those huge CME's recently?

the TV news jews on CNN had Bill Nye the Stu-pid science guy try to explain it all.
He failed.
Like a fart against a hurricane.
Bill Nye is a shill ... a semi-clown ... a Planetary Society Pennywise.
I think the TV news people like his bow tie for camera presence,
that's all.

So Bill Nye the bad science guy,
reassured all the young CNN I-Phone junkies that their next holocaust,
is still tucked somewhere safely under the rainbow.
That lightens the load off of their yellow brick road of national debt.
And Nancy Pelosi is really Dorothy from Kansas.

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#12
http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news...t-unusual/

Nearly two dozen small earthquakes have rattled Mount Rainier over the past week, but seismologists say there’s no cause for worry.
“In the past, these swarms last a couple of days to a week or so and then die out,” said Paul Bodin, of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network at the University of Washington.

The first of the 23 quakes struck on Sept. 11 near the volcano’s summit. The largest of the quakes registered magnitude 1.6.
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https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/...egion-info

M 5.7 - 218km W of Ferndale, California

2017-09-22 19:50:15 UTC
40.416°N   126.828°W
15.1 km depth
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#14
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Something tells me that this type of scenario is going to become more frequent.
lots of images at the link.
short quotes:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post...1abba915c7

Quote:Thousands of people could die.’ 70,000 in Puerto Rico 
urged to evacuate Chase

with dam in ‘imminent’ danger 
Tens of thousands of residents in northwestern Puerto Rico were ordered to evacuate Friday 

amid fears that a dam holding back a large inland lake 
was in imminent danger of failing because of damage from Hurricane Maria's floodwaters.

Officials worried that as many as 70,000 people 
could be in the path of a massive amount of rushing water 
in the event the Guajataca Dam releases into the Guajataca River, 
which flows north through low-lying coastal communities and empties into the ocean.

The dam suffered a "fissure," 
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said in a news conference Friday afternoon. 
Residents in the municipalities of Quebradillas, Isabela and part of San Sebastian 
could be affected if the dam collapses, he said, 
and it could be a catastrophic event.

"Every vulnerable house here made out of wood, 
was completely or partially destroyed during the path of the eye of the hurricane,

"Even worse than not having power or water, 
which we've unfortunately become accustomed to, 
a communications blackout Whip
was the real anxiety-inducing feature Uhoh

Photos taken from a helicopter surveying the damage in the southeast part of the island, 

encompassing an area that on a good day would be a two-hour drive from the capital of San Juan, 
show entire neighborhoods blanketed in murky water. 
Tops of buildings were sliced open, 
their rooms visible like doll Sheep  houses.


shopping center devastation in Puerto Rico
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http://www.newsweek.com/bali-volcano-eru...ons-670334

Bali is being evacuated .
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We in our area suffered a lot of damage with flooding and a lot of trees down but few roofs damaged. My yard for first time in 20 years flooded and remained flooded until the next day. We lost power for almost 72 hours, my sister in law lost power for 9 days. A friend of ours in the Good Samaritan Village in Kissimmee had to evacuate in 3 hours due to river flooding. Now many of those residents have damage caused by mildew. Awful.
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Quote:Indonesian Bali's volcano is tremoring almost 500 times per day, local media reported Tuesday, citing Indonesian disaster agency.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Mount Agung volcano on Indonesia's Bali island has reached a critical stage with almost 500 tremors recorded per day, local media reported Tuesday, citing Indonesia's National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB).
"No one can predict when [eruption will occur] exactly. But for now, we can say all measuring instruments show there is growing pressure towards the surface," BNPB spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said, as quoted by the media.
https://sputniknews.com/asia/20170926105...-eruption/
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#18
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The images from Puerto Rico are a grand display of Mother Nature's Hammer.

Human history is a succession of cataclysmic events.

The ancient Olmec empire was far more spread over a huge territory,
than is recorded in modern texts,
though the evidence has been found a few years ago.

500 miles north of Mexico City,
where the Olmec supposedly did not exist,
a giant 26 ton stele Whip
was found UNDER the Huastec civilization ruins.
Well,
what happened?
Earthquakes devastated that section of the Olmec empire,
and they never recovered from the ruination of their stone temples and such.
The Mexican university professor that guided the dig,
identified the ruins as Olmec with a ---> lunar calendar.
It is called the Tamtoc calendar stone -- monument 32.
The Mexican professor in charge declared it to be Olmec and pre-Huastec,
but that determination has come under attack,
because entrenched western interpretation of civilizations chokes scholarly progress/

The stele {26 tons} shows decapitated female with blood gushing from her neck,
and two other figures.
To try and define the iconography would take too long here,
but 
massive Earthquakes and floods have collapsed human civilizations over the last million years.
Not to mention the rising sea levels from the melting of the ice ages,
that rose 400 feet <---
inundation the once dry Persian Gulf and Levant.
The ancient Levant is under the Mediterranean now.

The Olmec stele found under the Huastec civilization ruins.
[Image: tamtoc.jpg]


Red Zone Planet.
Red Zone Solar System.

The giant caldera at Lake Toba erupted 70,000 years ago causing a global tsunami.
Most human life along coast lines was completely wiped out.
Modern science review states this:
The Toba caldera tsunami killed off so many humans,
that is caused a:
"bottleneck in human evolution" ...

Hmm2

Coming soon to planet Earth.
Wipe Out.

Soon?
is relative.
If we don't wipe ourselves out first, 
Mother Nature has a solution:

Tp Whip 

What did Wahya used to say?
Swing Low Sweet Comet

comet NEATV1 about to be spanked by the CME {credit old Cyberspaceorbit link}

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If that fucker ever hits Earth, the fat lady will sing her last song,
and there will be no more national anthem protests at football games. 
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#19
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you see that complete disaster of a mess in Puerto Rico?

CNN on an all day tirade against Trump response to the hurricane.

Trump:

Quote:They want everything done for them.

So what is lesson Numero Uno ... from what you see on TV in Puerto Rico?
Water purification tablets,
are
Numero Uno Whip
and when there's no food, 
you can always eat sand ... Nonono

I guess if I got desperate enough I could trap the local squirrels,
and stuff 3 or 4 into a pot pie ...
what?
no electricity?

how the fuck do I cook my squirrel pie?  ... !!!

I have a 3 burner Coleman stove that works great.
I have two regular small size propane tanks,
and one tall one about 4 feet high.
Better hide that fuel though.

A good book to read in relation to global disaster:
Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle,
Lucifer's Hammer <---
about the great comet wiping out the Earth,
and what happens on the California coast,'
as a rogue band of military survivors led by an insane sergeant,
gather up a small army of roving killers,
that cannibalize most of the people they capture.

No,
not squirrel pie,
human hot Yak cakes with butt cheek sausage on the griddle.
Hunger,
starvation,
insanity,
I would rather eat sand,
but those little squirrels might have an ounce or two of meat on them.

How quick do you think your local deer, raccoons and such would disappear,
when there is no food?

Bugs can be high protein.
I was looking at the potato bugs that live here in huge numbers.
They are a crustacean actually,
very very high protein,
and you can leave a wet piece of cardboard out over night,
and in the morning flip it over and it will be covered in potato bugs.
Harvest time!  Lol
Going to need a super blender for those nasty little critters.
Sauce for the squirrel pot pies.

Hmm2

http://thesurvivalmom.com/twenty-surviva...rs-hammer/
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San Juan Mayor to Liberal Media: We Are Getting No Help From Trump – As She Stands In Front of Pallets of Aid
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/...llets-aid/

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#21
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Trump in Puerto Rico.
Trump in Las Vegas.

Trump will have to visit a lot of disasters.

Bored to death yet America?

It's rapid fire red zone reality.

Anaesthesize the nation Whip
with a repetitive onslaught of disaster, 
war and terror-scare-or-ism's,
all on endless TV news rerun mode  Tp


You stick the needle in,
{turn on the news, turn on the computer}
getting close to the overdose,
{kill the pain it's all too insane}
electric funeral mother earth,
{evacuation failed into mass graves}.

It's never a pretty picture.
Historic human trauma and suffering is a DNA encoded experience.
genetic Sheep  memories

like the tsunami of cosmic love
the comet of cosmic love
all's fair in love and war
unless you lose

That Mexican EQ a few days ago  ... it's like last years news already.
An 8.1 ?
heck
the psycho killer rampage in Las Vegas had to be a 9.5 in TV news magnitude.


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#22
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You see that Burning Man mess in northern California?

Wineries, hotels, homes, cars, boats, you name it,
all torched,
in the path of the fires.

Mass evacuations everywhere, with little time or warning to get out of Dodge.

Fires everywhere on the west coast this summer.
Montana, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia,
all with unprecedented fires torching the forests,
with choking smoke almost statewide for months.

It is only going to get worse up north of Cal.
There are too many forests completely diseased with pine beetles, 
ready to immolate into mass wildfires,
with
the
flick
of
a cigarette Whip

Lightning, yea, obviously that is a big factor,
but it is shit heads with cigarettes and fireworks and a host of bullshit,
causing a lot of these fires.

And I see lots of shit heads on ATV's and motorcyclres in the forests,
with a pack of cigs in their shirt pocket,
or a cigarette in their mouths as they drive by.

AND
WHAT
DO
YOU
SEE

ON
FACEBOOK 
NOW?

---> people in California referencing the possibility <---
---> of terrorists <---
being responsible for the sudden surge of so many fires breaking out so suddenly,
over so much land area.

Well, 
you can bet the stupid fucking terrorists read all that on Facebook.

Which just makes them a whole lot smarter.

Why martyr yourself in a car attack,
or a butcher knife attack,
or a mall shooting,
when you can destroy so many peoples lives and property,
by setting the dry lands on fire and driving away?

Our forests are in big trouble now,
and it isn't global warming that is going to torch the entire Northwest.

It is just a matter of time,
before a big city has to evacuate from the path of the summer fires on the west coast.

Washington, Oregon, and Montana will have large areas of land,
that
are 
going
to
become
unliveable,
with the forest fires of the future,
and the unhealthy smoke choking live's away.

Property values in these Burning Man areas will plummet soon.

I almost bought land in Winthrop Washington,
just 30 miles from Washington Pass.
What a shit hole of forest fire smoke Winthrop is now.

This late summer,
the smoke was so bad in that town for almost 2 months,
that some days you could not see across the street,
and people were walking around with N95 masks.
Winthrop used to be beautiful,
with fresh air and friendly people.
The residents there now all see the writing on the wall.
All that tourism industry,
that the town is built on,
is at high risk of collapse.

Who wants to travel to go fishing or hiking in the mountains over there,
when you can't see the mountains,
see the goddam lake shoreline from your boat through the smoke,
or breathe the air,
without getting chest pains and health complications?

Winthrop Washington,
rated as worse air pollution,
than Beijing China,
when the forest fire smoke is there building up for weeks at a time.

I am sure glad I didn't buy property there,
it would have a for sale sign on it right now,
with fewer and fewer buyers is my assessment.


The entire American Northwest from Cal through Oregon,
and Washington through Montana,
and British Columbia interiors,
are going to burn like hell in the next 5-10 years if these dry conditions persist,
and lightning will only be a small part of the cause.

Evacuate the state. {s}
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By Michael W. Chapman | October 12, 2017 | 5:41 PM EDT



[Image: screen_shot_2017-10-12_at_4.51.11_pm_0.p...k=WYV9cb8O]Archbishop Salvatore
Cordileone. (Archdiocese
of San Francisco) 
In his sermon on Oct. 7, the archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, said the horrors of the last 100 years -- world wars, genocide, religious persecution, abortion, sexual immorality -- are in many ways "a living reflection of Hell" and a "mocking of God." He added that this mockery is even evident in the streets of San Francisco where gay "pride" parades occur and the "exaltation of the vulgar and blasphemous" occurs.

Archbishop Cordileone was appointed to his position as head of the Archdiocese of San Francisco by Pope Benedict XVI in 2009. In addition to his duties there, the archbishop is chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Subcommittee for the Defense of Marriage.

Archbishop Cordileone made his remarks on Saturday as he, along with other clergy and thousands of lay people, consecrated the archdiocese to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of Jesus. This ceremony was in preparation for the church's worldwide celebration (on Oct. 13) of Mary's appearance in Fatima, Portugal in 1917, a supernatural event that the church says is worthy of belief and to which millions of Catholics are devoted. 

Our Lady of Fatima, according to the church, spoke of the reality of Hell and warned of specific events in the 20th century, including the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, World War II, and the spread of communism. In commenting on those horrific events and other atrocities, Archbishop Cordileone said, "Who would dare to say that such barbarity is not a mocking of God?"

He then included abortion among those atrocities and mockeries, reported LifeSite News. "And then there is the attack on innocent human life," he said. "Our own land has been soiled by the blood of innocent children in what has become a deadly epidemic tantamount to a genocide of life in the womb."

In a refeence to euthanasia, he added, "and now we are witnessing the abandonment of our suffering brothers and sisters at the other end of life's journey."

Archbishop Cordileone then said homosexual "marriage" mocks God, and referenced gay pride parades as doing the same. 
"Even in our own city of St. Francis," he said, we see "the celebration and even exaltation of the vulgar and the blasphemous, mocking God's beautiful plan in how He created us, in our very bodies, for communion with one another and Himself."

"God is roundly mocked in our very streets, and it is met with approval and applause in our community -- and yet we remain silent," said the archbishop. 
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These myriad evils over the last 100 years have so polluted society that today's world, "in so many ways," presents itself as "a living reflection of Hell, one that on so many fronts has roundly mocked God," said Archbishop Cordileone. 

"If we think about what has transpired in these last 100 years, does it not tell us that the century through which we have just passed was nothing other than an experience of Hell," he said, as reported by LifeSite News

"The century since the Fatima apparitions [in 1917] has mocked God, but God will not be mocked," said the archbishop, "not because He delights in wreaking vengeance on us, but because turning our backs on God only bounces back to us, leading to our own self-destruction."


(h/t LifeSite News)
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