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Climate 31. Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 14 January 91 in tongues, Spanish and Non- understandable tongues. | Confirmations
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Climate 31. Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 14 January 91 in tongues, Spanish and Non- understandable tongues.

……….. Hear Me! Hear Me! Hear Me! Hear Me! It has started. It has started My Sons and Daughters. Read the Bible. Read the Bible, and it's going to tell you what I have said is the truth. For it is in the Bible, in the Bible, in the Bible. Read the Bible, and you are going to be frightened. You are going to be frightened. There are going to be many earthquakes, many storms, many signs, many signs, the ocean, the ocean is going to move up and down, up and down.

Look at the ocean. Look at the ocean, and the ice, and the ice of the oceans is going to move. It's going to move, the ice of the ocean, the ice of the North and the South, of the South. The ice is going to move because I said the signs, the signs are going to be. Because I am your God, I am your God, and what I say is going to be. Because I am your Father. I am your Father.

Look at the signs. Look at the signs My Sons and Daughters, the piece of the star is now coming. It is coming now. It's coming, the time, that I said to your fathers' fathers' fathers. For I said the Truth and the Truth is going to be. For I am the Only God of everything, of everything that was and is and is going to be. For I have always been, before anything existed, with My Son and the Holy Spirit.

This is not a game. This is nothing you play with. You don't play with this because this is Straight. This is the Truth, what I say. What I am saying is going to be. You're going to get frightened. You're going to get frightened for all the time the climate of the world is going to change. It's going to change, when it's time to get cold, it won't get cold, it will get hot. When it's supposed to get hot, it will get cold.

When it's supposed to rain, it's going to rain in the time you don't expect rain. There are going to be storms. There are going to be storms all over the world. They will be very hard, very hard. You won't be able to hide yourself. For what has to happen has to happen. For I want, I want, I want it for My Son. I told My Son that all the Saints that are clean are His, are His.

And the day passed, many years passed long ago when I placed the water in the ocean in the world. Now has started the time, the same as it started before in the Bible, but this time is going to start with earthquakes, with storms, with the climates. With the climates that are going to change. When you don't think it's going to change, it will change. It's going to become cold and hot, cold and hot when you don't think it's going to be.

And all the ice of the north and in the south will move. It's going to move. The ocean will go up and down, and up and down, the whole world will move. You won't comprehend. You think it will be one way and it won't be. It's going to do something else. You'll get frightened for everyone, all the Presidents, the Kings, the People, the Governors, everybody that thinks they know it all, they too are going to get scared.

For they are going to know that I am God of all the stars, and of the world, and of everything, that is, and is going to be. For I am going to scare everyone who doesn't believe in the Bible, and they are going to want, they are going to want to dig a hole to hide themselves. For of all the things that are going to happen that I tell you now, they are going to dig a hole to hide themselves.

Yes, yes. The wind, the wind of the storm is going to come, and you won't know when. It's just going to start, it's just going to start, My Sons and Daughters. Everything that's in the world, the storm is going to destroy houses, it's going to destroy everything, and no one will be able to stop the storm. The storms are going to scare you. The earthquakes are going to scare you, for now everything has started that I said.

Get scared, get scared, here comes the mouth that will eat everything. Here comes the mouth with bared teeth to rip, to munch apart the world, like an apple, like an apple. To rip apart the world like an apple, and when everything is eaten, I am going to start with a new world. But only the Saints that have the Holy Spirit clean. Oh, they are going to suffer also, but it has to be, has to happen, but they are going to come with Me to Heaven with My Son. Oh, My Heart hurts, My Heart hurts, but the Law, the Law has to be.

Hear Me! Hear Me! This is your Father. This is your Father, your God, your God, your God. Non-understandable tongues.


P A L M E R S T A T I O N, Antarctica,

Dec. 10 1998

The Antarctic Peninsula region

A thousand-mile arm of glaciated land and islands reaching northward toward the tip of South America—has seen average temperatures increase by almost 5 degrees Fahrenheit in the last 50 years. As the region warms, glaciers have retreated, and floating ice shelves that may have formed many thousands of years ago have collapsed. Glaciologists ponder the possible ramifications for even larger ice formations to the south. Collapse would raise world sea levels by as much as 18 feet.

Rodolfo del Valle, director of geo science at the Argentine Antarctic Institute in Buenos Aires, knows just how dramatic climate change can be. In 1995, he and his colleagues were at their base camp on a rocky outcropping in the midst of the Larsen-A Ice Shelf, a floating ice sheet the size of Rhode Island and 500 feet thick. They used the shelf as a sort of highway, driving snow machines between geological sites on the peninsula.


WIRE: Aug. 18, 1:59 1999 p.m. ET

U.S. Warns Ships Of South Atlantic Iceberg Danger

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -

Vessels traveling in the South Atlantic's most popular commercial shipping lanes could be threatened by icebergs breaking away from a major floe the size of the U.S. state of Rhode Island, U.S. officials said Wednesday.

Draft Report Shows World Getting Even Warmer

October 26, 2000

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Greenhouse gases are making the world even warmer than anybody had predicted, and it is almost certainly the fault of humans, a draft report from an international climate group concludes.
The report, from the United Nations-sponsored Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), predicts that the average global temperature could be as much as 11 degrees F (6 degrees C) higher at the end of the century than it was in 1990.
That is a bigger change than what the world has seen since the end of the last Ice Age and could lead to chaotic weather, with storms, flooding and severe droughts.
Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide are produced by using fossil fuels such as gasoline and coal, burning forests and other activities.
The report is the strongest word yet from the IPCC, which groups 2,500 of the world's top climate scientists. Their last report in 1995 said there was a "discernible human influence' on climate.
The new draft strengthens the language, saying "there is now stronger evidence for a human influence" and revises upwards the estimates on how warm the Earth is going to get.
"In 1995, we said since 1860 there had been a 0.3 to 0.6 degree C rise," one source familiar with the report, who asked not to be named, said.
"Now it is 0.4 to 0.8 degrees C (0.7 to 1.4 degrees F). The observed change is somewhat larger."
This is the same as given in a major report issued in January by the U.S. National Academy of Science's National Research Council (NRC).
"That's largely because the last few years have been very warm. As the report itself says, the last decade was certainly the warmest in 1,000 years," the source said.
In 1995, the IPCC projected a 1.0 to 3.5 C increase in average global temperature between 1990 to 2100. The new draft predicts a rise of from anywhere between 1.5 and 6 C.
Robert Watson, the Washington, D.C.-based chairman of the IPCC, said the report, leaked to several news organizations, was only a draft and was subject to change.
"This is the summary of a report prepared by hundreds of scientists throughout the world," Watson said in a telephone interview.
"It is indeed still a draft document subject to change after government review."
REPORT TO BE APPROVED IN JANUARY He said the report, which is several hundred pages long, had been prepared by "hundreds of scientists" and reviewed twice, by climate experts and by governments.
"It has been revised, and has now been released to governments for their final review," Watson said.
He suggested it would be subject to close scrutiny and considerable discussion.
"There will be a meeting of all the governments of the world, plus some of the scientists that prepared the reports, in China in the middle of January for final review and approval. It will literally be a word-by-word approval."
Since the last IPCC report was issued in 1995, many studies have shown that global warming is even more serious than had been believed, and many showed definitive links with human-produced chemicals such as carbon dioxide.
Several reports have concluded that global temperature took a sudden upward turn at around the turn of the last century, when the Industrial Revolution reached its peak and people started pumping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
The January NRC report estimated that in the last 20 years, the earth's surface temperature rose by 0.25 to 0.4 C (0.5 to 0.7 F).
While the numbers seem small, they refer to average global temperatures. Actual variations will be much more extreme locally, and scientists say higher temperatures have already started to cause strong hurricanes, severe floods and devastating droughts.
Ice shelves in the Antarctic have started to break off and, if the trend continues, many low-lying coastal areas could be flooded.
A report by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that found the cycles of the Pacific El Nino current, blamed for disrupting weather worldwide, have become more frequent and progressively warmer -- just as global temperatures have risen overall on average.
Small and subtle changes in the sun's radiation may also contribute, scientists say.


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