deE Finney's blog

start date July 20. 2011

Tuday's date  August 8, 2011



8-8-11 - I'm having trouble figuring this out:

DREAM -  I was in a house somewehre with my  baby who was in the bedroom.  A large Mexican man came into the house and started spraying pesticide in clouds all over the house.  I wasn't warned ahead ofo time that he was coming, and this stressed me out a lot and I finally managed to chase him out of the house.

Then I was in the kitchen, and my ex-husband Jim was on one side of the room and my son-in-law Michael was next to me and both men were trying to offer me liquor to see which one was going to get me on their side.

My daugahter Charlotte or Margaret had pured herself at least 5 water glasses full of corn flakes and sat thema round the kitchen but didn't eat any of it, so I fot mad and yelled at her to come back into the room and eat it or she was never going to get any more. (I don't have a daughter or even a relative by one of those names)

Somewhere at this point I half woke up and heard like a half of a bell ring in my left ear and the word UPCOMING was inserted into the side of the dream like a label, and I fell asleep again.

I was still in the kitchen and my ex-mother-in-law (now deceased) was in the kitchen with me.  There were two sinks in the kitchen.  I was using one to do the dishes and she was washing something in another sink on the other end ofo the kitchen.  We were both using a lot of water and I said to her,  "We're using too much water", but we kept doing it anyway because the kitchen was such a mess, and we were tryikng to clean it.


When I posted this dream to my dream forum this morning, the first response to it was a dream from yesterday of one of the other member dreamers.

The only real thing I see is the upcoming water issue...and also food wastage. I do have fears that we will be in for a roller coaster ride on those subjects...economic bad times ahead.

My dreams have all been of a personal nature lately. Last night's dreams were angry ones. I was lashing out at people I care for. My dad (deceased) and several deceased persons were in the dream. There was a banquet and I was a bit angry that it was excessive in a time when we should be more conservative...maybe a common thread in both dreams.

In my dream, food was in the bathroom--yuk, so unsanitary! I was also angry that my dad had invited all these people that we didn't even know to our tables...and there were many tables with lots of strangers sitting at them waiting for the food.


HERE IS ANOTHER TEXAS RESPONSE:  Dee...could this dream be about water rationing in the near future? I know we are in a horrid drought here in N. Texas and some towns are out of water and the National Guard has been called. There have been some fires as well. We are not allowed to water gardens...but I see some establishments with sprinklers running all day...which doesn't make sense.
In fact a small town north of me Kemp...used to be part of Denison before the Red River now the town is in completely without water...and it is 107+ temps everyday...

Maybe it had something to do with rationing... C
update:  a dream from a friend


Hi dee, wanted to share this with you. This morning i saw in my dream a solid black horse & it was running with a black hooded figure sitting on its back riding as well. As i watch this i notice that there was nothing in the hand of the black hooded figure. It seem too be riding together & the long black cape was blowing as they rode together. They were heading somewhere. I couldn't see the figure that was dress in black. except the cloak itself. I was wondering wher they were going & was travling very fast. I was amaze that these two were heading in the same direction. I know of the bible horseman. i know this is talking about the measure of wheat for a penny but i really don't know what thats referring too. can you explain it to me. But why i was seeing this in progress with the two figures i don't know. I know that the black horse is suppose too be death coming. Can you helpe understand more about this. Love Dona

NOTE FROM DEE:  Parts of these dreams have already come true.  Right after I had my dream abou tusing too much water, I heard on the radio that a reservoir in Texas (where the other dreamer lives) had gone dry.   Texas in its 37th day of over 100 degree temperatures. 


Bill Deagle on his Friday radio show said that crops are getting shocked from the CMEs, not just the heat. -  something I didn't know which could be the reason my own fod crops aren't doing well this year.


Thousands of cattle have already died from the heat from Texas through the Mid-west areas, as well as the fields going dry from no rain.


West Texas town faces looming prospect of dried-out reservoir


August 02, 2011|By the CNN Wire Staff
Robert Lee, Texas, has received 3 inches of rain in the past 12 months.

In normal times, Lake E.V. Spence is a teeming 14,600-acre reservoir with a maximum depth of 108 feet, just west of the town of Robert Lee, Texas.

In normal times, the reservoir serves not only the 1,000 or so people who live in Robert Lee, but also Midland, Odessa and Big Spring -- cities with a combined population over 230,000.

But these are not normal times. In the past eight months this area has received 1 inch of rain. Only 3 inches have fallen in the past 12 months, and even though Robert Lee is
now the reservoir's only customer, if the rains don't come, it will be dry by late winter.

End Times? Texas Lake Turns Blood-Red

LiveScience.comBy Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer

A Texas lake that turned blood-red this summer may not be a sign of the End Times, but probably is the end of a popular fishing and recreation spot.

A drought has left the OC Fisher Reservoir in San Angelo State Park in West Texas almost entirely dry. The water that is left is stagnant, full of dead fish — and a deep, opaque red.

The color has some apocalypse believers suggesting that OC Fisher is an early sign of
the end of the world, but
Texas Parks and Wildlife Inland Fisheries officials say the
 bloody look is the result of
Chromatiaceae bacteria, which thrive in oxygen-deprived water.

"It's just heartbreaking," said Charles Cruz, a fish and wildlife technician with Texas
Parks and Wildlife in San Angelo, Tex.


Texas is suffering from the third-worst drought in the state's history, according to
state Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples. More than 2 million acres of
 farmland have been abandoned due to the exceptional dryness, he said, and the
 weather has been "excruciatingly painful" for producers, affecting the harvest of
 cotton, corn and grain.

Tropical Storm Don teased Texas last weekend, making landfall between Beaumont
and Corpus Christi, but it petered out into a tropical depression far, far away from
West Texas and shriveling water sources like Lake Spence, some 250 miles west of Dallas.

Photos posted online by CNN affiliate KWES in Midland showed parts of the reservoir
 that have been reduced to the basics -- the river that feeds it surrounded by acres of
crackled, dried-out lake bed, some of it already being reclaimed by vegetation.

"I'll be 65 tomorrow and I've never seen anything like it," Mayor John Jacobs of
Robert Lee said of the situation. The bigger cities, which have other water sources,
are no longer allowed to pull from Lake Spence, but even with only Robert Lee
 pumping water, if it doesn't rain the town can expect to run dry "around the first
of the year or March, maybe," he said.

The town is down to less than 1% of its water supply, and residents are under
Phase 3 drought contingency plan, meaning no outdoor watering at all, he told KWES.

Already, to try to achieve a 35% reduction in daily usage, officials are encouraging
 residents to find multiple uses for bathwater and other spent water.

Right around the corner lies the prospect of rationing, or as Jacobs described it to the
TV station, "a pro-rated deal where everyone gets so much water per family member."

The only option for getting the water from somewhere other than Lake Spence is by
pipeline or truck. Jacobs said the town still has an emergency plan to lay a 12-mile
pipeline to Bronte, the nearest water supply, but not a foot of pipe has been laid yet.

"We're trying to jump through hoops with the state to get the permits," he said.

And, it's not as though anyone in West Texas is doing much better.

"I don't know where you go to find someone who has excess water," Jacobs told
KWES. "We'd probably use the National Guard and I have no idea where they
 would get the water to truck in."

Llano, to the south, gets its water from the Llano River, which is drying up, and
 San Angelo, 32 miles to the south, is down to a two-year supply.

San Angelo also is home to the nearest operating car wash -- a luxury by Robert
Lee standards these days, the mayor said.

"You can see lots of pretty nasty cars around here."


Blood red reservoir


Mystery of the orange substance invading from skies in one of the world's most remote spots

By Mail On Sunday Reporter

Aug 7, 2011

A strange orange substance raining down from the skies has left villagers in one of the world’s most remote areas mystified.

The alien invader was found in rain buckets in Kivalina, an Eskimo community in Alaska, and floating in the harbour, creating 100ft-by-
10ft swathes of what one resident described as ‘bright neon orange’.

The news attracted all the townspeople, keen to get a glimpse of the phenomenon
that covered much of the harbor and then began washing ashore on Wednesday.

What is it? The Coast Guard says the orange substance is not man-made and might be some type of algae

What is it? The Coast Guard says the orange substance is not man-made and might
be some type of algae

On Thursday it rained, and residents found the orange matter floating on top of the
rain buckets they use to collect drinking water. It was also found on one roof, leading
 them to believe whatever it was, it was airborne, too.

By Friday, the orange substance in the lagoon had dissipated or washed out to sea,
and what was left on ground had dried to a powdery substance.

Residents, who have been left mystified by these events, have been advised to boil
 drinking water and to keep children away from the substance.

The Coast Guard already has ruled out that the orange material, which some people
described as having a semi-solid feel to it, was man-made or a petroleum product.

Village administrator Janet Mitchell has said that algae is the best guess.

She voiced the main concern of the villagers, which is that the substance might be
harmful: 'What will it do to fish, which villagers will soon start catching to stock
 up for winter, or the caribou currently being hunted, or the berries? We rely 100
 percent on subsistence.'

A further complication is that reserves are running low in the city's two water tanks.

Precaution: The population of Kivalina Alaska has been advised to boil drinking water after a strange substance rained from the sky into the harbour

Precaution: The population of Kivalina Alaska has been advised to boil drinking
water after a strange substance rained from the sky into the harbour

The tanks need to be filled this summer from the Wulik River to make it through the winter. Pumping cannot resume until the orange
 substance has been identified.

Emanuel Hignutt, a state-employed chemist, said: ‘At this point it’s a mystery.’

'There are a number of experts in the areas who can identify if it's an organic
 material, for example, and what species this is. Perhaps it's not an organic
material, and we're going to determine that as well.' Hignutt added.

Portions of the samples will also be sent to the University of Alaska Fairbanks and to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric
 Administration lab in South Carolina for testing.

Testing: Samples of the mysterious orange substance have been sent for analysis

Testing: Samples of the mysterious orange substance have been sent for analysis

63-year-old Kivalina resident Austin Swan said: 'This is the first for Kivalina, as far as I know.'

Swan helped collect some samples for testing, and grabbed some of the substance in his gloved hand.

'It was really light, with a powdery look to it, and it was just floating on there, all bunched up together,' he said. 'It looked like
it could blow away very easily.'

Swan added that some of the material had an oil-like sheen to it.

Kivalina wasn't alone in reporting the strange orange substance last Wednesday.

Shannon Melton said she was boating on the Buckland River about 150 miles southeast of Kivalina, and the river was not its normal
 color. 'It was orange looking.' she said.

She took the boat out again on Thursday to go berry picking, and said the river
 had returned to its normal color, but some of the creeks off the river still had
the orange tinge to them

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