Dee Finney's blog  MAY 20, 2013 page 499  THE DAYS OF NOAH

 

MOORE-OK  BEFORE TORNADO

 

MOORE- OK  - AFTER TORNADO

TORNADO 2013
OKLAHOMA

 

TORNADO MISSISSIPPI
MISSISSIPPI

 

Dee Finney's blog

start date July 20, 2011

today's date May 20,2013

 

page 498

 

TOPIC:  THE DAYS OF NOAH

 

NOTE: I'VE WRITTEN ABOUT THIS BEFORE BUT WHEN CATASTROPHE HITS, ESPECIALLY BAD WEATHER SUCH AS WE ARE HAVING NOW, THIS TOPIC ALWAYS COMES UP AGAIN.  HOW BAD CAN IT REALLY GET?

 

PLANET X COULD HAVE A LOT TO DO WITH THIS TYPE OF WEATHER AND THE WEIRD THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON IN THE SKY TOO.  WE ARE HAVING MANY MORE OBJECTS IN THE SKY THAN WOULD NORMALLY BE THERE.  THEY ARE SUDDENLY FINDING NEW ASTEROIDS THAT WERE NEVER CLOSE BY BEFORE, AND ALL OF SUDDEN, THERE THEY ARE.  FOR EXAMPLE:  2013 KB WAS JUST DISCOVERED AND IT IS GOING TO BE ONLY .08 AU FROM US ALL DAY.

 

VIDEO:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcuY65XQqfU

 

I KNOW WE ARE GETTING CLOSER AND CLOSER TO THE TIME OF THE POLE SHIFT.  THE LARGE QUAKES ARE EVIDENCE OF IT, BECAUSE EVERY TIME WE GET A VERY LARGE QUAKE, THE TIME SHIFTS A LITTLE MORE, AND WE HAVE BEEN TOLD THIS BY SCIENCE WHEN IT HAPPENED.  WHEN THE JAPAN QUAKE AND TSUNAMI OCCURRED JAPAN ACTUALLY SHIFTED 8 WHOLE FEET.

 

THERE ARE QUAKES NOW IN MORE PLACES THAT HAVE NEVER HAD QUAKES BEFORE WHICH SHOWS THAT EVERYTHING UNDER THE EARTH IS MOVING LIKE NEVER BEFORE:  AND  THE QUAKES ARE BIGGER AND MORE FREQUENT THAN EVER BEFORE AS WELL.

 

SEE:  http://www.greatdreams.com/poleshift.htm

 

and

 

yesterday's page about the quakes:  http://www.greatdreams.com/blog-2012-3/dee-blog494.html

 

TORNADO 2013

 

 

Heartwarming moment woman is reunited with her dog who was lost in the rubble of her home after tornadoes hit Kansas and Oklahoma killing 2 and leaving scenes of devastation in their wake

By Daily Mail Reporter and Associated Press

PUBLISHED: 16:26 EST, 19 May 2013 | UPDATED: 10:47 EST, 20 May 2013


After a series of deadly tornadoes barreled through Kansas and Oklahoma this weekend and leveled Jessica Wilkinson's home, she cared about one thing above all others: finding her beloved terrier, Bella.

In heartwarming scenes of hope amid the devastation, photographs show Wilkinson sobbing as she frantically searches for her pet, before discovering her among the rubble of her home in Norman, Oklahoma and gripping her tightly.

The emotional reunion came after the severe weather rattled through Kansas and Oklahoma, killing two elderly men, injuring at least 21 more and leaving a violent trail of destruction through the Midwest and South.

Several terrifying twisters were spotted on Saturday evening near Rozel, a sparsely populated area in central Kansas. They were also reported to the south in parts of Oklahoma and Iowa.

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Emotional: Alli Christian, left, helps Jessica Wilkinson as she looks for her dog Bella after Wilkinson returned to find her home in Norman, Oklahoma destroyed by a tornado on Sunday

Emotional: Alli Christian, left, helps Jessica Wilkinson as she looks for her dog Bella after Wilkinson returned to find her home in Norman, Oklahoma destroyed by a tornado on Sunday

Reunited: Christian hugs Wilkinson after they find Bella among the wreckage of Wilkinson's home shortly after a tornado struck on Sunday

Reunited: Christian hugs Wilkinson after they find Bella among the wreckage of Wilkinson's home shortly after a tornado struck on Sunday

A National Weather Service advisory warned: 'You could be killed if not underground or in a tornado shelter.'

'Complete destruction of neighborhoods, businesses and vehicles will occur. Flying debris will be deadly to people and animals.'

At least four separate tornadoes touched down in central Oklahoma on Sunday afternoon, including one near the town of Shawnee, 35 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, that laid waste to much of a trailer park.

 

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Two men, 79-year-old Glen Irish and 76-year-old Billy Hutchinson, were found dead after the tornado wrought its devastation on Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Irish's body was found out in the open after the storm passed through, while Hutchinson was taken to Norman Regional Hospital, but later pronounced dead, according to the medical examiner.

'You can see where there's absolutely nothing, then there are places where you have mobile home frames on top of each other, debris piled up,' Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth said after surviving damage in the Steelman Estates Mobile Home Park.

Destruction: Marlena Hodson walks out of her home as her grandsons, Campbell Miller, 10, and Dillon Miller, 13, at right, help her sort through belongings after a tornado damaged her home in Carney, Oklahoma

Destruction: Marlena Hodson walks out of her home as her grandsons, Campbell Miller, 10, and Dillon Miller, 13, at right, help her sort through belongings after a tornado damaged her home in Carney, Oklahoma

Recovery: Nancy and Jason Townsend sort through belongings after their home was hit by a tornado in Carney, Oklahoma

Recovery: Nancy and Jason Townsend sort through belongings after their home was hit by a tornado in Carney, Oklahoma

Nothing left: Leah Hill, pictured left, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, is hugged by friend Sidney Sizemore, as they look through Hill's scattered belongings from her home which was wrecked by a tornado

Nothing left: Leah Hill, pictured left, of Shawnee, Oklahoma, is hugged by friend Sidney Sizemore, as they look through Hill's scattered belongings from her home which was wrecked by a tornado

Picking up the pieces: June McFarland reacts to the first sight of storm damage in rural Osage, Iowa after the powerful weather system moved through the area

Picking up the pieces: June McFarland reacts to the first sight of storm damage in rural Osage, Iowa after the powerful weather system moved through the area

Blown away: Friends and neighbors help out a resident in Lyon County after a tornado ripped the roof off a home just south of Emporia, Kansas

Blown away: Friends and neighbors help out a resident in Lyon County after a tornado ripped the roof off a home just south of Emporia, Kansas

'It looks like there's been heavy equipment in there on a demolition tour.

'It's pretty bad. It's pretty much wiped out,' he said.

Across the state, 21 people were injured, not including those who suffered bumps and bruises and chose not to visit a hospital, said Keli Cain, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.

Booth said six at Steelman Estates were hurt.

On Interstate 40, tractor-trailers were blown off the road, and one was seen hanging over the highway's overpass.

Dozens of homes were damaged by the other tornadoes that touched down in Oklahoma, but emergency officials had no immediate reports of injuries caused by any of them, including the first of the afternoon that hit Edmond, a suburb north of Oklahoma City, before making its way toward Tulsa, 90 miles to the northeast.

Dramatic: Lightning from a tornadic thunderstorm passing over Clearwater, Kansas strikes at an open field

Dramatic: Lightning from a tornadic thunderstorm passing over Clearwater, Kansas strikes at an open field

Lightning from a tornadic thunderstorm passing over Clearwater, Kansas
Lightning from a tornadic thunderstorm passing over Clearwater, Kansas

Powerful: The gray sky was lit up by flashes of the light as a tornadic thunderstorm passed over Clearwater, Kansas

Dark skies: A tornado thunderstorm passes over Clearwater

Dark skies: A tornado thunderstorm passes over Clearwater

Tracking: A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s mobile doppler radar mounted on the back of a truck tracks a tornadic thunderstorm

Tracking: A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s mobile doppler radar mounted on the back of a truck tracks a tornadic thunderstorm

'I knew it was coming,' said Randy Grau, who huddled with his wife and two young sons in their Edmond home's safe room when the tornado hit.

He said he peered out his window as the weather worsened and believed he saw a flock of birds heading down the street.

The destruction in the wake of the punishing storm led Oklahoma Gov Mary Fallin to declare a state of emergency for 16 counties.

The National Weather Service in Wichita put in place tornado warnings for East Central Kingman County, Southern Sedgwick County and Northwester Sumner County in the state.

A massive twister touched down near Wichita Mid-Continent Airport just before 4pm local time.

Response: At least 21 people were injured across Oklahoma as the storm tore through the region on Sunday

Response: At least 21 people were injured across Oklahoma as the storm tore through the region on Sunday

Wiped out: A residential area near Shawnee is pictured after a tornado tore through the area, destroying several homes

Wiped out: A residential area near Shawnee is pictured after a tornado tore through the area, destroying several homes

Damage: Residents of Edmond, Oklahoma survey storm damage from a tornado that hit their neighborhood

Damage: Residents of Edmond, Oklahoma survey storm damage from a tornado that hit their neighborhood

Loss: Jerry Dirks, at right, hugs her friend Earlene Langley after a tornado hit Dirks' home just south of Carney Oklahoma

Loss: Jerry Dirks, at right, hugs her friend Earlene Langley after a tornado hit Dirks' home just south of Carney Oklahoma

Mighty: A barn's roof and siding is torn off after a tornado swept through west of Shawnee

Mighty: A barn's roof and siding is torn off after a tornado swept through west of Shawnee

Damage: Vehicles are seen amongst storm debris, which is what is left of a mobile home park destroyed by a tornado, west of Shawnee

Damage: Vehicles are seen amongst storm debris, which is what is left of a mobile home park destroyed by a tornado, west of Shawnee

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A severe thunderstorm, capable of becoming a tornado, happened at 3:30pm and moved Northeast at 35mph, bringing ping-pong ball sized hail, according to weather.com

Those who live in mobile homes were warned that there was extreme risk of their properties being destroyed.

Residents were warned to take cover in an interior room on the lowest floor of a solid building and stay back from windows.

People were warned to take care because flying debris could be deadly as was the risk of falling trees. 

It comes just days after devastating Texas tornadoes which killed six people and injured dozens.

Raging: High winds and thunderstorms with the threat of tornadoes hit Kansas this weekend

Raging: High winds and thunderstorms with the threat of tornadoes hit Kansas this weekend

Terrifying: Those living in mobile homes were warned to take shelter in sturdier buildings

Terrifying: Those living in mobile homes were warned to take shelter in sturdier buildings

Wild: The tornado was ripping across the plains of Kansas

Wild: The tornado was ripping across the plains of Kansas

Monster: Two tornadoes hit Kansas on Sunday as severe weather warnings were issued across the Plain states

Monster: Two tornadoes hit Kansas on Sunday as severe weather warnings were issued across the Plain states

Extreme weather: Two tornados were spotted in Kansas on Sunday with residents warned to take cover in sturdy buildings
Twister: A tornado touches down southwest of Wichita, Kansas near the town of Viola

Extreme weather: Two tornados were spotted in Kansas on Sunday with residents warned to take cover in sturdy buildings

On record: Storm chaser videographer and photographer Brad Mack records a tornado

On record: Storm chaser videographer and photographer Brad Mack records a tornado

The National Weather Service says 15 tornadoes touched down in north Texas on Wednesday.

Initial estimates put that number at 10, however the NWS added five more throughout Thursday afternoon.

In its preliminary findings, the National Weather Service rated the tornado that hit Hood County Wednesday night an EF-4, which is labeled 'devastating' by the Enhanced Fujita Scale.

The scale ranges from from FO, defined as a gale, to F5, defined as incredible.

The Storm Prediction Center had been warning about severe weather in the region since Wednesday, and on Friday, it zeroed in on Sunday as the day the storm system would likely pass through.

'They've been calling for this all day,' Edmond resident Anita Wright said after riding out the twister in an underground shelter.

She and her husband Ed emerged from their hiding place to find uprooted trees, downed limbs and damaged gutters in their home.

In Katie Leathers' backyard, the family's trampoline was tossed through a section of fence and a giant tree uprooted.

'I saw all the trees waving, and that's when I grabbed everyone and got into two closets,' Leathers said. 'All these trees just snapped.'

Solitary: A flag flies in the debris of a mobile home after a tornado struck a mobile home park near Dale

Solitary: A flag flies in the debris of a mobile home after a tornado struck a mobile home park near Dale

Overturned: A damaged mobile home is pictured amid the debris after a tornado swept through Shawnee

Overturned: A damaged mobile home is pictured amid the debris after a tornado swept through Shawnee

Rallying around: Residents help repair the roof of their neighbour's house which was damaged by a fallen tree in Shawnee

Rallying around: Residents help repair the roof of their neighbour's house which was damaged by a fallen tree in Shawnee

Fierce: A destroyed truck was blown off the 40 freeway after a tornado swept through Shawnee, in Oklahom

Fierce: A destroyed truck was blown off the 40 freeway after a tornado swept through Shawnee, in Oklahoma


 



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2327172/Kansas-Oklahoma-tornadoes-Heartwarming-moment-woman-reunited-dog.html#ixzz2TsMhpwC1

 

5-20-13 - DREAM -  Apparently I lived and worked at A-C on 70th and Greenfield in West Allis, WI.

 

My husband was the tall guy from One Life to Live (I want to say David) I looked him up and his name was Todd)

 

We both had computers built into the wall of our bedroom, and he bragged that he knew how to print from his, and receipts came out of the wall, one of which was for him trying to buy a house for $795 downpayment and the receipt said that he didn't have enough eqty (equity?)

 

I was late for work which started at 9 a.m. and I was dressed all in white like a nurse, and I worked across the street on 70th and Greenfield.  I had to put on a heavy winter coat, which I did, and complained that I had to walk to work.  (But I only had to walk one block)

 

I was walking down the hall with another tall man past some glassed-in offices and he said, "Maybe we should call in a priest, but when we do, it's always about Noah!  It's always about Noah!"

 

Just then, an unknown man was exclaiming about something on the news and talking really loudly -   and he used the word or name Holmes or homes.

 

I hadn't had breakfast yet, and I thought perhaps I could get a hamburger out of the machine and microwave it on the way to work.

 

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Here is the search for 795 eqty http://www.bing.com/search?q=795+eqty&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=795+eqty&sc=0-7&sp=-1&sk=

It's about Equity - Five Star Equity -  Mortgages and Reverse Mortgages

 

As in the Days of Noah - End Times - End Times Prophecy - Bible ...

www.endtimes-bibleprophecy.com/page33.htm

We are living in the end times and the Bible says that as in the days of Noah, so will it be in the end times.

 

 

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5-20-13 - MEDITATION - I decided to ask whether the swarm of tornados going on is related to the Day's of Noah.  I was told yes.

 

I then asked to SEE further information, and instead I saw Joe making a phone call, and the voice of my friend RA came into my left ear, and then I was told by someone - "Why don't you ask the Chale (Chail?) ladies to see what they say!

 

NOTE: so far - not finding them on the internet - maybe he meant in Meditation?

 

 

5-20-13 - MEDITATION:  I meditated on the Chail ladies, and found that they are the angels who comfort people in times of bad weather and disasters of that type.

 

When I asked them about 'The Time of Noah', they said that there was much violent weather during the time leading up to the building of the Ark - it wasn't just a sudden downpouring of the sky.  It was a catastrophe of major proportions.

 

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NOTE:  TODAY, IN MOORE, OKLAHOMA, THERE WAS A TORNADO 2 MILES WIDE THAT STAYED ON THE GROUND FOR 45 MINUTES.  IT DEVASTATED EVERYTHING IN ITS PATH - INCLUDING A SCHOOL. 

 

YESTERDAY, ALSO IN OKLAHOMA AND OTHER CLOSE BY STATES, THERE WERE MULTIPLE TORADOS WITH ALSO GREAT DEVASTATION:

 

 

 

5-21-13 - DREAM -  I was living in a large house by the ocean.   A married couple and their small daughter came to visit so they could practice swimming in the ocean. 

 

The little girl was taken into the water first.  She was wearing a little red swimming suit and cap and I saw her out the window bobbing up and down in the gentle waves.

 

The husband looked familiar - a little like Michael J. Fox when he was young - a small man -  I don't recall seeing his suit, but he went into the water with his daughter.

 

The wife was a very large, chubby, buxom woman - a very good friend of mine over the years.  I didn't see her suited up, but she wore a very large nightgown, and I told her that if she didn't have enough clothing, she could borrow some of my old 'fat' clothes because I didn't wear it anymore.

 

I don't know why they had to practice swimming in the ocean.

 

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5-21-13 - NAP DREAM -  I was too tired to start on one of my many projects, so decided to take a nap in the mid-afternoon. When I lay down on the bed, I told spirit to give me a dream that I could do something with.

 

In the first part of the dream, I was going to transplant a large cactus plant that had outgrown is place in its pot that was located on the outside of two pillars next to a hallway in the foyer of our large house.

 

Unfortunately, I hadn't thought to wear gloves, and in order to move the cactus which I had cut off at ground level, I would have to grab a hold of the cactus and its spines went all the way up and down the tall cactus plant and I couldn't figure out how to steady it in order to move it to a larger pot and place in the house.

 

I started to wake up and remembered something I had dreamt before, and was instantly back in that dream and it was mid-winter or early spring, and people were journeying from place to place, using a credit card to live in a hotel, and then move to a new location.

 

The young couple we were following were dressed in heavy winter coats, and so were we. 

 

They crossed a bridge over a large river, and then it was our turn and for reason, we either ran out of gas or something went wrong with the car, and we were parked right by the railing of the bridge as it crossed the river. 

 

The river was iced over with a thick snow pack over it, and there was about three feet of snow on the ground all around us, and there was no traffic at all. We were rather stuck where we were until someone came to rescue us. We evidently didn't have cell phones to call for help either, though we had access to money with our credit cards if necessary.

 

I decided to get out of the car and walk back aways for help, but when I touched the green railing of the bridge, it shifted ominously, and I was afraid I'd fall if I got out of the car and fall into the icy river, so I stayed where I was. 

 

I could still remember the young couple we were following who had crossed the bridge right before us... and I woke up with that memory.

 

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i

 

 

News about News Tornado 2013

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News about News Tornado 2013

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Pagination

 

 

 

PLANET X REFERENCES

 

  • www.greatdreams.com/2012.htm

    http://www.greatdreams.com/blog-2012-3/dee-blog383.html. page 265 8-11-12. NASA HAS STOPPED GIVING DATA ON THIS ASTEROID ASTEROID 2012 DA 14. ... I think it is Planet X.

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    ... assume that those who actually have the PURE Rh Negative blood factor came from other planets and were not a ... The blog does not ...

  • www.greatdreams.com/sacred/dire_jesus6.htm

    Planet X - DeathStar 2003 - Is There A Threat Out There? - Prophecy - Signs By: Jack Kinsella Most of the links that came with the email pointed to personal websites ...

  • www.greatdreams.com/planes/2009/plane-crashes-2009.htm

    4-16-09 - DREAM - I was in an airport waiting room, waiting to go somewhere on a plane. Across from me, sitting on the window sill were 6 or 7 pilots ...

  • www.greatdreams.com/consp.htm

    www.mcn.org/e/iii/blog/2007/03/blog_03_30_2007.html - E. Howard Hunt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On ... Blogging 9/11 Related Alternative News.

  • www.greatdreams.com/mayan/mayan-calendar.htm

    ... cycles of the planets, moon ... www.redlotus.org/Blog.htm

  • www.greatdreams.com/flubergasting.htm

    Planet X: New Member of our Solar System ... http://expovaccins.over-blog.com/article-33523595.html Il est inconcevable de constater que l’OMS, ...

  • www.greatdreams.com/darpa-pegasus.htm

    Tom Swift and the Visitor from Planet X, originally published by Grosset & Dunlap of New York, ... [link to exopolitics.blogs.com] ...

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    ... en visitant régulièrement l'excellent site MÉFAITS DU VACCIN H1N1 au http://vaccinh1n1.blog.mongenie.com ... Concerning the Planet X scare your ...