Friday, June 27, 2008

Uranus Retrograde and Central Plains Weather

Severe thunderstorms, capable of producing large hail and damaging winds, are traversing the northern Plains and parts of the Midwest in fulfillment of The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for June 25-29, 2008. The forecast called for a strong cold front to push southward over the northern Plains lowering temperatures and triggering precipitation and windy conditions. The forecast was based on Uranus' retrograde station, and was posted on May 12, 2008.

Accuweather reports the following today:

Severe Storms Rock Flood Zones Heavy thunderstorms will blast the Upper Midwest and central Plains today...

The Severe Weather Center warns a cold front diving down from Canada's Prairie Provinces today will ignite an outbreak of severe weather across the Upper Midwest and central Plains. The thunderstorms will erupt as incoming cooler air slices into the warm, moist air flowing north from the Gulf of Mexico. The presence of a strong jet stream will add to the instability in the atmosphere...

The strongest thunderstorms will be capable of producing damaging winds, pounding hail, frequent lightning and drenching downpours. The greatest threat for tornado development will be over the central Plains.

The long-range forecast also called for the possibility of a low pressure system to affect Brownsville and southern Texas. No low pressure system has been reported over the area as of yet. The map at right from Mexico's National Weather Service for yesterday, June 26th, shows the Brownsville area subjected to high wind warnings (zona de viento fuerte).

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More Views on the Yearning for Zion Ranch Incident

Kidnapped by government
ByVox Day, WorldNetDaily

Not since the Waco massacre have I been so completely appalled by an American government action. The recent kidnapping of more than 400 children from their parents by Texas Child Protective Service agents is an unconscionable renunciation of not only the U.S. and Texas constitutions, but a rejection of the very meaning of what it is to be an American.

Angie Voss, the CPS kidnapper in chief, stated that five of the 416 FLDS children were pregnant or had given birth; assuming that half of the 416 are female, that is a pregnancy rate of 24 per 1,000. The Texas pregnancy rate among women 15 to 19 is 101 per 1,000.

It’s also worth noting that the "numerous" pregnant 13-year-olds hypothesized by one government worker mysteriously transformed into five "under 18s" when Voss testified in court.

If the family lives of hundreds of American citizens living peacefully can be brutally invaded and destroyed on the basis of a single anonymous phone call that increasingly looks to have been a fraud, then every American family is at risk.

As history has shown, the next time it may not be some heretical Mormons in the government’s gun sights, but Jews, homeschoolers or evangelical Christians.

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