December 30, 2013 Breaking News Fitting Bible Prophecy

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Below is our daily news cast fitting Bible Prophecy and links to help keep you up to date with these end time events happing all over the globe.

TODAY’S HEADLINES

December 30, 2013
Netanyahu: Israel‘s security, Palestinian demilitarization are necessary conditions for peace
By JPOST.COM STAFF
12/30/2013 17:08
The prime minister vows to bring any accord to a referendum; Bennett mocks Livni: Israel should make peace with aliens instead.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at the Likud faction meeting, December 30, 2013.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at the Likud faction meeting, December 30, 2013. Photo: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post

Israel will only sign a peace agreement with the Palestinians if its security and the PA’s demilitarization are guaranteed, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Monday, ahead of the release of a third group of Palestinian terrorists.

“Our vital interests lie before us during these negotiations, including assuring the settlement of the land of Israel. A peace agreement will only be signed if these vital interests are assure, particularly our security and their demilitarization,” he said.

Jerusalem (AFP) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Hezbollah of being involved in firing rockets at Israel on Sunday, as his government warned Beirut of even tougher reprisals after the army shelled Lebanon.The Israeli leader’s remarks came after his country’s army fired about 20 shells into southern Lebanon without causing any damage, after rockets were launched in the opposite direction.

Netanyahu said the Shiite movement “Hezbollah deploys thousands of rockets and missiles among the civilian population. So it is committing a double war crime under the patronage of the Lebanese government and its army, who do nothing”.

“We know that Iran, which continues to help the Syrian government to commit massacres against its people and arm terrorist organisations abroad, is behind Hezbollah,” the statement from his office charged.

Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon warned the Lebanese government of an even tougher response to further rocket attacks.

“We will not tolerate fire from Lebanon on our territory… We consider the Lebanese government and army responsible for this morning’s fire,” said Yaalon.

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon (centre) arrives for a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, on Octobe …

“The Israeli army responded by firing a large number of shells at the area from where the rockets were fired. If necessary, it will be even tougher.

“I would never advise anyone to test our patience and our determination to defend the security of the Israeli people,” the minister said in a statement.

His remarks came after the army said five rockets were fired at Israel, with at least one of them exploding on its territory without causing any casualties or damage.

In retaliation, the Israeli military fired about 20 shells at Lebanon, also without causing any casualties or damage, according to a Lebanese security official.

Tension has spiked on the border between the two countries since Lebanese troops shot dead an Israeli soldier driving near the frontier on December 16.

It was the most serious incident along the border since 2010, when one Israeli soldier and two Lebanese soldiers, and a journalist were killed.

Israel’s border with Lebanon has been largely quiet since the 2006 war with Hezbollah.

http://news.yahoo.com/lebanon-army-39-fires-syria-aircraft-raid-39-135248780.html

Iran is developing advanced centrifuges to increase the speed by which it can produce enriched uranium, warned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday in advance of renewed negotiations in Geneva on Monday between Tehran and six world powers that hope to diplomatically disarm Iran’s nuclear program.

Iran is “currently developing centrifuges that are capable of enriching uranium six times faster than its regular centrifuges,” Netanyahu told his cabinet on Sunday.

“We are monitoring these developments and are pointing them out to the world,” Netanyahu said.

Israel fears the West has made to many concessions to Iran as it seeks to diplomatically  thwarts its nuclear program. Netanyahu worries that Iran is playing the West for time to strengthen its nuclear capacity. He believes that sanctions should not be eased against Iran until it has removed all enriched uranium from the country and dismantled it technical capacity to produce nuclear weapons.

But instead Western powers have accepted a limited Iranian nuclear program in exchange for easing some of the sanctions against Iran.

“Even before the agreement is signed I see that the Iranian economy is recovering somewhat,” Netanyahu said.

“We continue to see preventing the nuclearization of Iran as our main goal vis-à-vis the national security of the State of Israel, as well as the security of the region and the entire world,” Netanyahu said.

But he has focused his most recent comments on the issue of the centrifuges critical to the process of enriching the uranium needed for a nuclear weapon.

An Israeli official elaborated that one of the serious problems with the interim agreement under negotiation in Geneva is that it allows Iran to continue to develop and upgrade its centrifuges.

Theoretically, the official said, should Iran decide to break its agreement with the West, it could used these advanced centrifuges to quickly enrich enough uranium for a nuclear weapon.

“This is of grave concern,” he said.

A spokeswoman for European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, who oversees diplomacy with Iran on behalf of the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany, said Monday’s talks were scheduled to last one day for now.

Two rounds of negotiations have been held so far since Iran agreed on November 24 to curb its most sensitive nuclear work in return for relief from some economic sanctions that are damaging its oil-dependent economy.

In comments that highlight the challenges facing negotiators, Iran’s nuclear chief said on Friday Tehran was pressing on with tests of more efficient uranium enrichment technology. His comments appeared aimed at soothing the anger of Iranian hardliners over possible new US sanctions on Iran.

The nuclear experts have to work out when the deal will be implemented, triggering the loosening of economic restrictions by the EU and the United States.

A key sticking point appears to be what information Western governments will receive in advance to verify that Iran is meeting its end of the deal before they lift some sanctions.

Other outstanding issues address how exactly sanctions will be eased and practical details of Iranian concessions.

Some diplomats from the six nations have said they hoped the deal could be put fully in place by the second half of January.

The talks resume at a sensitive time. Iranian hardliners, irked by the foreign policy shift since moderate President Hasan Rouhani was elected in June, oppose the Geneva deal and call it “a surrender to America’s pressure” by the government.

A group of 100 hardline Iranian lawmakers are seeking to oblige the government to increase uranium enrichment to 60 percent, a level that can produce bomb-grade material if enriched further, if new US sanctions are imposed on Tehran.

It is not clear if the bill will be debated in Iran’s 290-seat parliament as the country’s most powerful authority, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has repeatedly backed the Geneva talks. If approved, the bill would have to be ratified by a constitutional watchdog body to become law.

Iranian lawmakers said their bill was a response to “America’s hostile measures,” referring to legislation introduced by 26 US senators last week to impose new sanctions on Iran if the Islamic Republic breaks the Geneva deal.

A hardline Iranian MP said the process could be derailed if the US lawmakers imposed the tougher curbs despite the Obama administration’s opposition.

“Ratification of such a bill could put an end to nuclear negotiations and Tehran may opt not to continue negotiations in the wake of such sanctions,” said the deputy head of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, Mansour Haqhiqhatpour, Press TV reported.

The proposed US legislation would require reductions in Iran’s petroleum production and apply new penalties to Iran’s engineering, mining and construction industries.

To calm the hardliners, nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said Tehran was testing more efficient uranium enrichment technology by building a new generation of centrifuges – machines that spin at supersonic speed to increase the ratio of the fissile isotope that could enable it to refine uranium much faster.

Although the development does not appear to contravene the Geneva accord, it may worry the major powers who are trying to curb the Islamic state’s nuclear program.

“The new generation of centrifuges is under development. However, tests should be completed before mass production of the centrifuges,” Press TV quoted Salehi as saying.

Salehi also said Iran had a total of 19,000 centrifuges, without elaborating on how many were operational.

A spokesman for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization announced on December 7 that initial testing on a new generation of more sophisticated centrifuges had been completed.

Iran rejects Western fears that its nuclear work has any military intentions and says it needs nuclear power for electricity generation and medical research.

The November 24 deal is meant to give the six powers time to negotiate a final settlement with Iran that will put an end to the decade-old standoff and ease worries over a new war in the Middle East.

December 30, 2013

This is a scary story. Boy stabbed by syringe found in Wal-Mart sweatshirt he got for Christmas
A 16-year-old boy in south Washington is undergoing multiple blood tests after he was stabbed by a syringe hidden inside a sweatshirt he received for Christmas.
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A 16-year-old boy in south Washington is undergoing multiple blood tests after he was stabbed by a syringe hidden inside a sweatshirt he received for Christmas, The Daily News Online reported.

According to Nanette Snyder, her son was modeling the new hoodie – purchased from Wal-Mart – on Christmas day when he stuck his hand in the front pocket.  He then felt a stab of pain and pulled his hand out – revealing a syringe stuck in his finger.   Another syringe was also found in the sweater’s pocket, and both of the syringes appeared to be used.

Snyder immediately took her son to the emergency room, where he underwent testing for HIV and hepatitis.  The family is still waiting for the test results, though the boy will need additional testing throughout the year even if all results are initially negative.

“I feel like crap,” Snyder told The Daily News Online. “It’s a horrible feeling.”

A corporate spokesperson for Wal-Mart said they are investigating the incident.

“We take this very, very seriously and we want to get to a better idea of what could have happened,” she said.

MSM Glosses Over Irony of Global Warming Scientists Trapped in Antarctic Ice

Somewhere far, far to the south where it is summer, a group of global warming scientists are trapped in the Antarctic ice. If you missed the irony of that situation, it is because much of the mainstream media has glossed over that rather inconvenient bit of hilarity. As an example here is an Associated Press story that avoids mentioning the real mission of the scientists aboard the icebound Russian ship:

The Snow Dragon icebreaker came within 7 miles (11 kilometers) of the Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy, which has been stuck since Christmas Eve, but had to retreat after the ice became too thick, said expedition spokesman Alvin Stone.

The Akademik Shokalskiy, which has been on a research expedition to Antarctica, got stuck Tuesday after a blizzard’s whipping winds pushed the sea ice around the ship, freezing it in place. The ship wasn’t in danger of sinking, and there are weeks’ worth of supplies for the 74 scientists, tourists and crew on board, but the vessel cannot move.

So what was the exact mission of these scientists? AP is rather vague about this reporting only:

The scientific team on board the research ship — which left New Zealand on Nov. 28 — had been recreating Australian explorer Douglas Mawson’s century-old voyage to Antarctica when it became trapped. They plan to continue their expedition after they are freed, expedition leader Chris Turney said.

Um, there is a bit more to the expedition than merely following in the footsteps of a century-old voyage. But what that mission really is, AP won’t say. If AP is vague about the mission’s purpose, Reuters provides even less information.

Since the MSM isn’t forthcoming as to the real purpose of those scientists traveling to Antarctica, we turn to Watts Up With That for more insight:

The expedition is being led by Chris Turney, “climate scientist”, who has “set up a carbon refining company called Carbonscape which has developed technology to fix carbon from the atmosphere and make a host of green bi-products, helping reduce greenhouse gas levels.” The purpose of the expedition is “to discover and communicate the environmental changes taking place in the south.”

It seems they found out what the “environmental changes taking place in the south.” are.

Finally, National Geographic bluntly states the mission purpose:

…The current crop of explorers are hoping to document some of the same data and compare them to Mawson’s numbers, “using the twist of modern technology,” Turney told National Geographic earlier this month.

As may be expected, global warming might play a role in this, he suggests, particularly with respect to melted ice in the East Antarctic.

Ah, so now we see why the MSM reluctance to flat out state why the scientists are in the Antarctic. Anything to avoid an inconvenient (but accurate) headline like this:

GLOBAL WARMING SCIENTISTS TRAPPED IN ANTARCTIC ICE

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2013/12/28/msm-glosses-over-irony-global-warming-scientists-trapped-antarctic-ice#ixzz2p1N1PxRN

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2013/12/28/msm-glosses-over-irony-global-warming-scientists-trapped-antarctic-ice#ixzz2p1MqIw7G

In the past 100 years, the number of Australians reporting on the national census that they have “no religion” has jumped from one in 250 in 1911 to more than one in five in 2011.

In addition, many of those who nominate a religious affiliation do not actively participate in religious activities.

The latest Australian ­Bureau of Statistics social trends report provides the first in-depth look at the 2011 census data on religion.

“Rates of reporting no religion have been steadily rising, and Australia is not alone in this – rates are also rising for countries like New Zealand, England and Wales, Canada, the United States and Ireland,” said ABS Director of Social and Progress Reporting Fiona Dowsley.

While 4.8 million, or 22 per cent, of Australians reported “no religion” in the 2011 census, 25 per cent nominated as Catholic, and 17 per cent as ­Anglicans.

On present trends, “no religion” will be the most popular response by the next census.

About half of those reporting no religious belief are less than 30 years old.

Almost a third of 22 to 24- year-olds reported no religion, and about one in five children under 15 live in a home where one or both parents reported no religion.

The ranks of non-believers also increases with higher education, with almost a third of those older than 19 with postgraduate qualifications reporting no religion compared with one in five of those with only a school education.

Since the specific instruction of writing “none” if a ­person has no religion was added to the census in 1971, the number of people reporting no religion has increased an average of four percentage points a decade, with the sharpest rise – 6.8 percentage points – taking place in the past decade.

The Atheist Foundation of Australia encouraged people to report “no religion” on their 2011 census forms.

But Australia’s rising rate of non-believers also reflects ­global trends.

The ABS report found that the rising numbers of non-­believers mirrors a steady decline in people reporting Christian beliefs, while those professing other beliefs, including Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism, were on the rise.

The fall in Christian beliefs has driven an increase in civil marriages, with seven in 10 marriages now conducted by a civil celebrant.

The report found non-­believers are slightly less likely to do volunteer work (17 per cent) than people with Christian beliefs (20 per cent) but more likely than those with other beliefs (14 per cent).

The 2010 General Social Survey found that only 15 per cent of men and 22 per cent of women had actively participated in a religious or spiritual group.

 

peter.mickelburough@news.com.au

 

December 30, 3013

NEW VIRUS MORE CONTAGIOUS, SPREADS MORE QUICKLY THAN MOST

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(KLTV) –

There’s a relatively new virus in the U.S., and it’s getting a lot of notice from researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

According to the CDC, norovirus causes your stomach and intestines to become inflamed, giving you stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. This can, in turn, lead to dehydration and, possibly, the need for hospitalization.  In fact, each year, noroviruses cause about 70,000 hospitalizations and 800 deaths, mostly in young children and the elderly, according to Dr. Aron Hall, an epidemiologist at the CDC specializing in norovirus.

new strain of norovirus is called GII.4 Sydney norovirus; it was identified in March 2012 in Australia. It is especially easily spread, as the majority of Americans don’t yet have an immunity to it, and it takes fewer particles of this virus to make you very sick. According to ABC medical contributor Dr. Richard Besser, it takes 1,000 particles of flu virus to make a person sick; however, it only takes 18 particles of the Sydney strain of norovirus to infect a person. Besser also said that this strain can cause you to become ill within just a few hours of exposure, leading researchers and doctors to nickname it the “Ferrari of viruses.”

In the U.S, it is now accounting for about 60 percent of all norovirus outbreaks, according to the CDC. As with most viruses, it is most severe in older adults and children, and others with compromised immune systems.

The Sydney strain of norovirus is like other viruses in that it can be spread via food that is not cooked properly or that is handled by an infected person, as well as by physical contact with a surface touched by an infected person who did not wash his hands well enough or at all. However, the CDC says that the

newer Sydney strain can also be spread through the air by droplets from an infected person’s sneeze or cough.

Since it is a quick-spreading virus, in close quarters like daycare centers, nursing homes, restaurants, malls or schools, it can spread from person to person quickly through the air, by touching a person’s hand, touching a surface that was touched by an infected person’s hand (even hours after he touched that surface), eating food prepared by someone with the virus or drinking from the cup of someone who has the virus.

It is important to note that the CDC says that hand sanitizers are not enough to kill the Sydney strain of norovirus. It appears to need the friction of thorough  handwashing with soap and water, then rinsing the virus off with the water, to be removed. This does not occur with hand sanitizer.

It is also important to note that  you can still spread the virus up to three days after you feel well again, according to the CDC website.

The CDC offers the following tips to help prevent and control the spread of norovirus:

  • Wash hands thoroughly with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. It is especially important to wash after using the bathroom, changing a baby’s diaper, or preparing food.
  • Wash fruits and vegetables well before preparing.
  • Cook foods thoroughly to a temperature of over 140 degrees. Noroviruses are resistant to temperatures up to 140. (Shellfish are especially susceptible to spread the virus)
  • Do not prepare food for others if you are sick.
  • Keep sick children and infants out of food handling areas.
  • Clean and disinfect contaminated areas with chlorine bleach (5-25 tablespoons of household bleach per gallon of water, according to the CDC guidelines.)
  • Wash soiled laundry items thoroughly in hot water at the maximum available wash cycle, and then machine dry them. Wear disposable gloves when handling soiled laundry, if possible, then wash hands thoroughly and dry on paper towels.

Follow these procedures carefully to avoid getting the virus or to avoid spreading the virus after it has been contracted. If you do feel that you are sick, call your doctor or health clinic immediately, drink plenty of fluids, and get as much rest as possible.

 

http://www.kctv5.com/story/24328948/what-is-norovirus-and-how-can-i-fight-it

 

Iran negotiating with Russia over construction of new nuclear plants

DEC. 30. 2013

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Iran and Russia are in discussions about the construction of four new nuclear power plants.

Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, announced on Iran’s Channel 1 on Saturday that the new plants will help solve the country’s energy needs, Iran’s Mehr News Agency reported.

He said three or four plants would be built according to the 20-25 year plan to provide 20,000 megawatts of electricity.

Nuclear energy is both economical and environmentally advantageous, he said.

In November, Salehi said he hoped construction of the country’s second nuclear plant would begin in early 2014, Iran’s Fars News Agency reported.

Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant was started by Germany in 1975. In 1995, Russia agreed to finish the construction, and operational control of the plant was finally handed over to Iran in September.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi warned on Sunday that new sanctions would kill the talks with world powers over its nuclear program.

“Approval of any bill to impose [fresh] sanctions on Iran will stop the Geneva negotiations,” he said according to Fars.

“The negotiations with the US are merely confined to the nuclear issue,” said Araqchi regarding rumors of negotiations on other issues.

Two hundred Iranian MPs, up from 100 on Wednesday, support a bill that would require 60 percent enrichment if new sanctions are imposed on the country.

“The final approval of the motion will obligate the administration to… enrich uranium at the 60% purity level if the P5+1 imposes fresh sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Iranian lawmaker Seyed Mehdi Moussavinejad told Tasnim on Wednesday.

Moussavinejad said the move is in retaliation for Congress’s new efforts to pass anti-Iran measures.

GLOBAL WARMING SCIENTISTS TRAPPED IN ANTARCTIC ICE

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Somewhere far, far to the south where it is summer, a group of global warming scientists are trapped in the Antarctic ice. If you missed the irony of that situation, it is because much of the mainstream media has glossed over that rather inconvenient bit of hilarity. As an example here is an Associated Press story that avoids mentioning the real mission of the scientists aboard the icebound Russian ship:

The Snow Dragon icebreaker came within 7 miles (11 kilometers) of the Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy, which has been stuck since Christmas Eve, but had to retreat after the ice became too thick, said expedition spokesman Alvin Stone.

The Akademik Shokalskiy, which has been on a research expedition to Antarctica, got stuck Tuesday after a blizzard’s whipping winds pushed the sea ice around the ship, freezing it in place. The ship wasn’t in danger of sinking, and there are weeks’ worth of supplies for the 74 scientists, tourists and crew on board, but the vessel cannot move.

So what was the exact mission of these scientists? AP is rather vague about this reporting only:

The scientific team on board the research ship — which left New Zealand on Nov. 28 — had been recreating Australian explorer Douglas Mawson’s century-old voyage to Antarctica when it became trapped. They plan to continue their expedition after they are freed, expedition leader Chris Turney said.

Um, there is a bit more to the expedition than merely following in the footsteps of a century-old voyage. But what that mission really is, AP won’t say. If AP is vague about the mission’s purpose, Reuters provides even less information.

Since the MSM isn’t forthcoming as to the real purpose of those scientists traveling to Antarctica, we turn to Watts Up With That for more insight:

The expedition is being led by Chris Turney, “climate scientist”, who has “set up a carbon refining company called Carbonscape which has developed technology to fix carbon from the atmosphere and make a host of green bi-products, helping reduce greenhouse gas levels.” The purpose of the expedition is “to discover and communicate the environmental changes taking place in the south.”

It seems they found out what the “environmental changes taking place in the south.” are.

Finally, National Geographic bluntly states the mission purpose:

…The current crop of explorers are hoping to document some of the same data and compare them to Mawson’s numbers, “using the twist of modern technology,” Turney told National Geographic earlier this month.

As may be expected, global warming might play a role in this, he suggests, particularly with respect to melted ice in the East Antarctic.

Ah, so now we see why the MSM reluctance to flat out state why the scientists are in the Antarctic. Anything to avoid an inconvenient (but accurate) headline like this:

 

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2013/12/28/msm-glosses-over-irony-global-warming-scientists-trapped-antarctic-ice#ixzz2p1P6UI9V

World in turmoil: Seven countries to watch in 2014

 

World in turmoil: Seven countries to watch in 2014

The world will face countless challenges in 2014, but a few nations in flux stand out in the crowd. NBC News correspondents and writers explain how the outcome of wars, negotiations and elections in these countries could have a deep impact on their own populations and regions, and sometimes the world.

Noorullah Shirzada / AFP – Getty Images

Schoolchildren take lessons in an open classroom at a refugee camp in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, on Dec. 1.

AFGHANISTAN
With the Taliban resurgent as most American and other foreign troops get ready to leave in 2014, desperately poor Afghanistan is a country riddled with fear and uncertainty.

“The mood is not good,” said Wadeer Safi, who has been a professor of political science at Kabul University for 25 years. “Without Western support there will be chaos … there is even potential for civil war.”

Many believe that key to the country’s future is a U.S.-Afghan security agreement that would allow some American troops to remain in the country beyond 2014 and open the door to billions of dollars in foreign aid.

President Hamid Karzai has not signed the pact despite the unanimous endorsement of it at a recent meeting of tribal elders and other dignitaries.

The climate of uncertainty is taking a toll on the economy. Prices for food and fuel have rocketed, and unemployment is rampant. Foreign investment has stalled and with the economy almost entirely dependent on foreign aid, business confidence is very low.

There are even doubts that national elections scheduled for April will actually take place. Observers and Western diplomats are concerned that there will be delays, and agree that there will almost certainly be a run-off.

“We had war, we had brothers killing one another, and I don’t want that to be repeated,” said 44-year-old Kabul tailor Faiz Mohammed. “If the people in charge don’t change, ordinary Afghans will suffer.”

 

El Salvador volcano erupts, evacuations ordered

 

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SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) – The Chaparrastique volcano in eastern El Salvador belched a column of hot ash high into the air on Sunday, frightening nearby residents and prompting authorities to order evacuations in the area.

There were no immediate reports of injuries in the San Miguel region, where the volcano is located and that is known for its coffee plantations.

Civil protection authorities said they would evacuate people from within three kilometers (1.9 miles) of the volcano and set up emergency shelters.

“The evacuations began almost right after the explosion,” said civil protection official Armando Vividor. He said some 5,000 people lived around the volcano.

The volcano, which is about 140 kilometers (86 miles) to the east of the capital, spewed ash over a wide area and the smell of sulfur hung over surrounding towns, according to reports on social media. Authorities recommended breathing through moist handkerchiefs.

Santos Osorio, a member of a local coffee growers union, said heavy ash was falling in the area and local coffee plantations would be checked for damage.

El Salvador’s crop has already been blighted by an outbreak of leaf rust that has reduced output in all five of Central America’s coffee producers.

El Salvador has 23 active volcanoes and the Chaparrastique volcano is considered one of the most active, with 26 eruptions in the last 500 years, the environment ministry said. In a 1976 eruption, lava gushed from the volcano and it shook violently in another event in 2010.

(Additional reporting by Hugo Sanchez; Editing by Eric Beech and Christopher Wilson)

ISON’S LEGACY ~ WILL COMET ISON’S DEBRIS IMPACT EARTH ??? RevMichelleHopkins on Watchman Radio 

 

This episode of Watchman Radio was recorded Saturday November 30th, 2013. Currently, evidence is showing that suggests that ISON has disintegrated. If that is so, what about it’s massive debris?

Sources, info, links in description box at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhD-D…

Fukushima Meltdown/2 Sunspots/X Flare Capable

 Dec 30, 2013

Fukushima and Solar Update.

BPEarthWatch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgXS6lglGaA

Dramatic Video of “Mushroom Cloud Explosions” After Trains Collides 

 This was todays news cast , sorry I was late had to attend to my sick mother.  Hope you all have a blessed day/night to you all.  Will keep you up to date with the lastest breaking news as it comes in. I am still learning this wite and how to work everything 🙂 Bare with me.  Love and Light to you all.
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When men began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to
them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be a hundred and twenty years.” The Nephilim were on the earth in those days–and also afterward–when the sons of God went to the daughters of men and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown.” Genesis 6:1-4

We often envision the Days of Noah, from a Sunday school point of view with a
sort of cute little story with the animals boarding the Ark in pairs while Noah happily looks on, a sort of Disney-ish-Zippity-Doo-Dah scene with singing and dancing. Not! A careful examination of the Bible story paints quite a different picture, more like something out of the X-Files. If God destroyed all living things except for Noah and his family because of Sin in the world, then we had better all be walking around wearing lifejackets!

How long can you tread water?

THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS…

“When men began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were beautiful, and they
married any of them they chose. Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal; his days will be a hundred and twenty years.” The Nephilim were on the earth in those days–and also afterward–when the sons of God went to the daughters of men and had children by them. They were the heroes of old, men of renown. The LORD saw how great man’s wickedness on the earth had become, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time. The LORD was grieved that he had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain. So the LORD said, “I will wipe mankind, whom I have created, from the face of the earth–men and animals, and creatures that
move along the ground, and birds of the air–for I am grieved that I have made them.” Genesis 6:1-7

God looked and did not like what he saw, God grieved! His heart was filled with
pain as he declared that he was going destroy, wipeout, annihilate mankind, and the animal population of the earth. He saw the wickedness of mankind and except for Noah and his family all would be exterminated. So the countdown began and God being full of grace and mercy gave creation 120 years of warning!

So what was really going on? What were the days of Noah really like? What was
life like before the flood?

*Why was Noah and His family the only ones saved from the flood
*Everything you always wanted to know about the Nephilim and the Return of the Nephilim
*Learn about Demons, Fallen Angels and the Holy Watcher’s
*Why the Lord refers to the the Days of Noah as being like the current times in which we live

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