A 70-MILE-LONG CRACK IS SPLITTING ANTARCTICA – ARE THE PREDICTIONS TRUE?
A major break in the Antarctic ice shelf may be the first sign that Edgar Cayce’s prophecies are coming true.
You can’t ignore climate change unless you like to ignore the elephant in the room with a time bomb in its trunk. Scientists have known what is coming for decades, but their voices have been silenced and drowned out by money and the real rulers of this planet. If we believe Edgar Cayce’s predictions, the symptoms could have appeared much earlier.
At the turn of the century, the American mystic Edgar Cayce began to use his clairvoyant ability to discover insights into the mysterious history of our planet. However, the divisive figure claimed to be able to see into the future, and what he saw did not bode well for humanity. He predicted that our planet would transform in a relatively short period of time, gradually becoming unrecognizable.
He composed the following:
“THE EARTH SHALL SHATTER IN MANY PLACES.” THE INITIAL PART WOULD SEE A CHANGE IN THE PHYSICAL APPEARANCE OF THE WEST COAST OF AMERICA. OPEN WATERS WILL APPEAR IN PORTIONS OF NORTHERN GREENLAND.
You can see NEW LANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN SEA. SOUTH AMERICA SINCE THE END; AND IN THE ANTARCTICA OF TIERRA DEL FUEGO THERE WILL BE LAND, AND THE STRAIT WITH TURBULENT WATERS”.
Researchers have recently found cracks in the frozen continent of Antarctica.
The crack, which is in the Larsen C field, is now 70 miles long and is slowly expanding. Satellite images show the fragmentation of Antarctica, with huge blocks of ice continually breaking up and floating south.
If this new rift enters the ocean and separates Larsen C from the rest of the ice shelf, it will form a new iceberg with a surface area of more than 6,500 square miles. As it melts, global ocean levels will rise 0.8 to 2 meters (2.6 to 6.5 feet).
“When there is THE RUPTURE OF ANY CONDITION IN THE SOUTH SEA AND THE APPARENT SINKING OR RISING OF THE SOUTH SEA, OR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND AETNA Region, then we can know that it has happened.” -EDGAR CAYCE
This is yet another warning that the Antarctic ice is thinning and sea levels will eventually rise, wreaking havoc on coastal communities. Weather patterns will become more unpredictable and strange. Consider what global hurricanes and severe storms can do to the current state of our world. I don’t want to be a downer, but that’s the way it is.