The World as We Knew It

There is a psychological phenomenon described this way – many older people, having lived a large part of their/our life in a world where there was no climate change whatsoever, and now living in a world where this is only a little climate change – don’t believe in climate change because they won’t see it – in that they’ll pass on before they see it or have it directly touch them. It is not something for them to worry about or deal with. This phenomenon is easily visible in publicly visible elected officials, especially considering that 50% of the US Senate is 65+.  The elderly make up the greater numbers of climate deniers or the climate “I don’t care” group.

It has been observed that as people age, they tend to hold onto the world of the year span in which they were in their teens to 40’s more than enter into the current world. This contributes to “generation gaps”. In other words, the world that we used to live in, we tend to hold onto in our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Generally, the world that exists today then becomes generally ignored at a certain level in our consciousnesses by older generations. Generally, even those who say they aren’t ignoring or denying the current world, are doing it in some ways, albeit not in others, without being 100% aware they are.  (All generalizations are false, including this one.)

We cannot avoid this process within ourselves. We tend to focus on “Life as we know it” because of how we feel and think. There are many feelings of confidence that go along with “knowing all about life”. Imagine the feelings that go along with “having no clue how to live in the world of today.” And we know the past ways of living better than we know the current ways of living, thus giving us a sense of safety and security by holding onto the past worlds that we already lived in.  There’s a difference of feeling our feet on solid ground vs. on constantly changing ground (like ocean waves).

A generalization is – “as elderly acknowledge they’ll die soon, knowing they’ll never deal with climate change, have no need to worry about climate change and therefore don’t.”

However, when there is awakened within someone a concern for future generations taking precedence over one’s own life and one’s own soon death – children and grandchildren – there is an awakening for what the future generations will face.

The younger generations carries the complete and total weight of the destruction which climate change is now bringing and with increasing levels, will bring in more widespread occurrences. It is the younger generation who will be living through the destruction – of which we’ve been getting more and more a taste every year – that comes with climate change.  And this destruction is not imaginary for the younger generation, like it is for older generations, many of whom cannot imagine how bad it will be because they’ve never had it in their world.

The questions for us are, which world do we live in today?  Which world are we creating to live in, if any, tomorrow?  Which world of the past are we holding onto and why are we holding onto it?  We have answers to these questions inside us.

Regardless of how we answer these or feel about them, the world we used to live in doesn’t exist anymore except in our own memories and wishes.  We can live our life in our memories or we can join the world of today and start living our life, again, deciding what we can give to the world – for the rest of today, and tomorrow, … and the next day… and the next.  We’re not dead, today, and this means we have work to do with some of that work preparing for the climate change destruction which is increasing each day.  The last question we have related to this is – how much can we reverse…. today?  (Remember, today is the only day we can work on this.)

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“If we’re still alive in the Earth, then our work is not finished.”  All Spiritual Teachings

“Retirement is man-made, not God-made.  God does not mean for us to retire from society or from living, as long as we’re on this Earth.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2018, Jodie Senkyrik)

“We can be among the first ones to lead the new ways into the future,or we can be among the last ones to follow the old ways of the past.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©,1999-2018, Jodie Senkyrik)

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2018 Hurricane Season

First, for I want to say for Texas, that I’m NOT seeing a large hurricane coming into the Texas coast this year.  I am seeing possibly 2 smaller storms late in the summer/early fall, but not a hurricane.  These two storms will enter on the Eastern coastline of Texas – from Corpus Christi to Beaumont, and into Louisiana.

I am seeing 1 hurricane and 1 tropical storm going through the southern Gulf of Mexico into Mexico – through or near the Yucatan Peninsula.  There could be a 3rd going further south than the Yucatan.

I am seeing a storm/possibly tropical storm/hurricane going up the west coast of Florida into the panhandle of Florida, then heading northeast into Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia before it dissipates.

I am seeing 1 tropical storm at least, in the 2nd half of the summer going up the east coast of Florida, traveling through the central Florida landmass and eastern coast line.  Half way up, it could then go back out to the Atlantic or cross into the Gulf going westward.  This one could fluctuate a lot.  This one could even not happen at all.

As we go into the Fall, 2018, a few more storms, tropical storms, and hurricanes can go up the East Coast of the US.  1 small-medium size hurricane could then go inland into the Carolinas.  2 others stay in the Atlantic and don’t come inland.  The Eastern coastline will get “scraped” though by one of these 3 storms.

I don’t see any hurricanes or tropical storms threaten the Northeastern US, but I do see a heavy storm system in the area.  It just won’t be a hurricane or tropical storm.

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Winter Weather Still

For those in the northern Midwest as well as the North Eastern states, the winter weather won’t leave completely until around the 1st week in May (depending on location) to the 2nd week in May.  This kind of winter experience will be duplicated many times in the years ahead.  For example, the bad news: 5 of the next 10 years will be worse than this year, 1-2 years of the next 10 years will be similar, but for the good news – 3 to 4 of the next 10 years will be better (warmer weather).

The discrepancy (looseness of the prediction for the last 2 categories) is based on human choice.  Human consciousness affects the weather.  No amount of arguing against this will change it.  In fact, just the opposite will occur.

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Weather Predictions for 2017-2018 winter

Do you have a winter forecast for the US for 2017-18? A.K.

First and foremost, you’ll always find me writing that the meteorologists/scientists who are involved with predicting weather, are valid in their research, understanding, and predictions.  This is true for the short term – one season, as well as the long term – decades ahead.  The science is valid and worthy of serious attention and response with regard to Climate Change, Global Warming or whatever any of us calls it.  When examining these statements against any who oppose them, look more at the hearts of the individuals, and what anyone’s hearts cause to come out of one’s own mouth.  Weigh that which is within one’s heart and look for this one’s agenda and motivation.

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The US has a variety of weather areas and each one will be somewhat different.  I’ll add also that the weather is like a stairway, each level is dependent on the previous level.  Each “stairstep” builds itself off the previous “stairstep”.

The Southwest: last year was warmer than average.  This year is going to continue this pattern.  Dec and January will be comparable to last years, with only slightly colder temperature.  February will see the 2 middle weeks being slightly colder than last year, but warmer than would be called “average”.

The Southeast:  I see a dryer winter for the S.E. for all 3 months.  I also see higher temperatures than would be considered winter temperatures.  This is for the 1st 2 months, then some colder weather in February, than in the Dec and Jan months.

The Northeast:  There’s no escaping the cold weather in the N.E. I see frozen temperatures – solid frozen.  I see an average amount of snow.  While Dec will come in weak, January will be windy and cold.  February will be frozen cold, but warmer temperatures will come in earlier in March than years past.

Midwest:  The M.W. is going to get hit with cold wind.  Lots of snow will cover the plains regions.  This is getting to be a new normal winter for this region.  In future years, there will be very few winters that are not like this.  Except for a slightly warmer 2018-2019 winter, all other winters for this decade will be COLD for this region.  Absolutely this will affect crop growth.

New England area:  December is when winter usually starts, but all meteorological predictions for November are already in and they predict cold in the Autumn month of November, also.  December will be much colder than November.  January will be a full-blown winter weather for the region.  February will be disastrous with serious winter weather related problems.  I see ice, wind and water problems.

Western US:  For the most  part, this region will not strongly experience serious winter weather.  January will be slightly colder, but still not a hazardous situation.    February will be slightly colder, but again, not serious and more closer to average.

Pacific Northwest:  This region will experience what could be called an average winter.  It will be slightly colder this year than last year, though in all 3 months.  However, Spring will come in earlier for this regions – close to the end of February.

Western Central states:  (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding areas) Again, meteorologists have mentioned cold fronts coming in November, and I would add this will build in December.  There will be MUCH snow in the regions – for those who ski.  The cold fronts coming through will cause temperatures to dip into icy temperatures.  Much of the snow will turn to ice as the winter continues into January and the 1st 3 weeks of February.  Again, I’m seeing an earlier than normal spring with regard to temperatures.  The last week of Feb. will see temperatures rise, but there will be some late cold fronts in April and one in May, though not as bad as if it were Jan or Feb.

There will be a few anomalies this winter.
New Mexico will have several weeks of arctic temperatures in mid-January.
Eastern California will experience some warmer than average temperatures in the High Sierras overall.  The winter temperatures will hinder the fires, but not stop them completely.  A remnant of one fire believed to be burned out, will start up again in late November in the lower Sierras south of Yosemite, north of Kings Canyon Nat. Forest.
Tennessee will experience a pocket of warm weather with the Sun breaking through the clouds, in the midst of a cold front that would be happening all around them. It won’t last long.  (1st half of January)
Any other “anomalies” are so insignificant and small that they could be considered normal, and so I won’t bother with them here.

I’m ready for questions.

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“Prayer and meditation changes things fundamentally and deeper than politics could ever reach.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

“We will have no changes in this nation, if we have no prayer.  Change will only come with prayer.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

“We will have no changes in this nation, if we have no mercy, no understanding, no patience extended to others, or no forgiveness.  Change comes when we bring these qualities alive within us.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

Hurricane Harvey and Facebook

For anyone interested, I’m also on Facebook.  Type my name and my postings will come up.  All my postings are public, so there should be no difficulty in reading them.  I don’t do predictions on FB.

I mention FB because during hurricane Harvey, I haven’t posted here, but rather on FB.  There’s massive destruction as people have seen.  I know many people who have been hit hard and many who are helping those who are suffering the worst of the destruction.

Unfortunately, there are some that are using this as a criminal opportunity.  Looting and scamming is happening.

Please, continue to pray for all the people involved and connected to this event.  All.  If you feel you want to help, help in whatever way you feel you can.  Don’t worry about any that are adding more problems to the situation.  As Edgar Cayce said in one of his readings, “Do what is in your lap, to do.”  As Christ told Peter, “You don’t concern yourself with what others do or don’t do  I’ll concern myself with them.  You follow me.”

May God be with everyone during this time.

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“It is irrelevant whether we can or cannot do something. What matters is if we’re willing or not willing in our heart. It is the one who is not willing, who cannot. It is the one who is willing, who can.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2002-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

“The secret to healing is to let it be for all life – infinite life.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

“When we’re seeing good in others, we’re seeing God in others.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2008-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)

Mid-2017 Psychic Predictions

  1. Weather:  With the hurricane season upon us, I see several storms coming onto the name list.  I see 4 Atlantic storms growing that will go up the East Coast.  Only 2 of them will impact the East Coast making landfall.  The other 2 will stay  further out, barely impacting the East coast.  Of these 2 going in affecting the land, I don’t see them being major storms equally.  1 larger going into Georgia, South Carolina and inland and north.  1 smaller going into South Carolina and North Carolina and north of there.  The larger could grow to a Category 2, but could stay a Cat. 1.  The 2nd will make a Cat. 1 but won’t last long.  A 3rd will come close enough to cause storm problems to the same area as #2, but will not go inland as a full hurricane.  This 3rd one could go up the coast without landing, but will still have indirect impact on the coastline with a little more than average impact in Maine.
  2. First, I see 2 major storms going into the Gulf of Mexico.  1 going southward into Mexico, possibly the Yucatan or south of the Yucatan.  A 2nd major storm going into Texas around Corpus Christi or slightly eastward, possibly in August.  This one could become strong enough to be a Tropical Storm or Cat. 1.  It could make landfall as a Cat 1, but it could grow at the last minute and make landfall as a Cat 2 with it quickly dying down.   I see several other storms, but not reaching Cat. status.  They would remain Tropical Depressions.  One of these could go into the Brownsville, Tx area.
  3. I do see storms going into Mississippi and western Florida, but not as major hurricanes.  These areas will get lots of rain and wind, though.
  4. While I’m seeing these storms as major storms, my use of the term “major” is still subjective.  This means that I could be off about the degree of seriousness that I’m speaking of.  If they are less than what I see, they would all be less than what I see as a whole.  They would not be greater than what I see.  The damage can still be significant, though.
  5. The drought happening in Texas and other areas will continue until October, 2017, which will be a month of much rain.
  6. Politics:  I’m still seeing a great desire to end Obamacare in Congress and by the President.  As of today, I still see a higher chance of them succeeding at ending it, than it staying in place.  The possibility of it staying as is, in place, is extremely low.  Again, this will happen in 2018.  There is very little interest by those who will decide this to leave it in place.  There is every intent on ending it.
    1. As sad as it is for me to say this, I see millions of people losing their health care and having nothing.
    2. There is great determination and intention by those pursuing this to make this happen.
    3. If it hasn’t ended before 2018 ends, those in power will end it without anything to replace it.
  7. I still see the 2018 elections to be a turning point.  If things continue as they are now, I see the House of Reps. switching to a Democrat majority.  I’ve mentioned this before in some other readings, and I still see it happening.
  8. I do see Jared Kushner stepping back as a presidential adviser half way through the 4 year term.
  9. I do see President Trump being open to working with the Democrats in the 2nd half of his term.
  10. President Trump will only have 1 term as president.  I’ve mentioned this before.  I’ll also say that had Hillary Clinton won the presidency, she also would only have had 1 term.
  11. I see 2020-2026 being 6 years of great conflict between the Republicans and Democrats.
  12. The Voter Fraud investigation won’t turn up anything more than a few instances in Arkansas.
  13. Natural Disasters:  In 2017, I’m seeing 1 major earthquake in southern California westward of the Fresno area.  As high as a 5.6.  Late October
  14. Weather related disasters – heat related – will impact the Midwestern states.  This will greatly impact food production.  Then in Jan – Feb, 2018, the same region will be hit with a cold winter.
  15. No, the dormant volcano in Yellowstone won’t erupt this decade or the next one, either.
  16. I see more earthquake activity happening in South America – Peru and western Brazil.
  17. Economy: I see gasoline prices at the pump staying relatively at the rate they are now through to the end of 2017.  Before the end of the year, prices at the pump could raise, some, but only by about 10%+ or so.
  18. I see the 2017 economy staying stable and optimistic.  Wall Street’s numbers will go upward slowly and slightly to the end of the year.
  19. Throughout the year 2018, the US will experience some economic setbacks.  It can be described as “it will be a rocky road – some bumps.”
  20. Several months back I saw a major event happening in May, 2018.  At that time, I saw it being a major event which would significantly impact the nation.  President Trump will not be able to do anything to stop it.  I don’t have more information right now.
  21. California’s economy will stay strong through 2017, but will be affected in 2018 by the economic directions in which the nation is going.
  22. Medical:  If or perhaps ‘when’ the end of Obamacare happens, this will create upheavals in the medical fields and industries, especially with MD’s.
    1. Every time I look at this, I see millions of Americans left with no health care coverage, as if “standing out in the cold” with no relief in sight.
  23. 2018-2020 will be very good years for medical research progress in several different areas related to major diseases.  I see this as a generality and not identifying specific diseases or maladies.
  24. World:  We won’t see much change happening for Europe in 2017.  As a whole, it is a time for the governments of Europe and the European Union to study and plan where to go from here.
    1. As the years progress into the next decade, Europe’s economy as a whole will struggle and seem to be slowly slipping.  However, around 2022 (5 years from now), specific steps taken will strengthen the economies of the European nations and Europe will take its place as an economic world leader.
    2. Europe will continue to be a prime tourist destination.
  25. Asia’s combined economy is stable for the rest of this year.  The policies in place will help their respective countries continue without any major problems through 2018.

You can ask questions via leaving it in the comments.

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Climate Change Discussion

Well, I’m still skeptical that warming would increase weather extremes but think it would enhance rainfall and lead to more flooding. My reasoning, the polar regions heat up a lot but tropical regions temps remain about the same. That reduces the temperature gradient which would reduce energy available for severe storms to form. But I don’t think CO2 is causing the warming. It’s a trace gas, only 0.04 percent of the atmosphere. Something else bigger is going on that’s warming the climate. Anyway I really enjoy your website. You probably have the best spiritual messages out of all thy psychics online. Have a happy new year.  Joel

First of all, thank you very much for your good wishes for the new year, and may you truly be blessed by God during this next year.  Also, thank you for contributing to the discussion on the blog.

Now, you did not request this, but I would like to try to mention some information which could offer some thoughts on the climate.  I offer it as an effort only to give a simplified and much condensed perspective of some of the forces influencing climate and weather.

You’re right to think there are also other deeper forces at work with regards to climate change.  By itself, CO2 build up wouldn’t cause changes if the CO2 stayed in one place.  But, what CO2 does (plus many other factors) is throw off the balance of atmospheric pressure by the CO2 molecules’ activity generated by sunlight in the atmosphere.  Greater heat (CO2 activity) creates greater pressure from greater total molecular activity, like heating the air in a hot air balloon causes the balloon to expand (expansion is an increasing of the molecular activity that happens).  The heated air molecules are vastly more active pushing against each other creating that higher pressure (more active than non-heated air molecules).

Greater pressure builds up in certain areas.  This pressure pushes on the atmosphere (up, down and sideways) creating more activity in the atmosphere.  More activity in the atmosphere causes different patterns of atmospheric behavior than has been the usual atmospheric behavior in a particular area.  More pressure creates stronger atmospheric forces pushing on the atmosphere, which cause changes in how the normal weather behaved around the planet.  To use the balloon metaphor, as the balloon expands, it pushes the outside air outwardly like ripples in a lake when a boat is set down upon the water.

This means there are more planetary high pressure zones sometimes keeping low pressure zones from moving into an area- low pressure zones being that which helps bring rain – therefore an area has more droughts and heat buildup.  This also means the higher molecular (air) activity of the high pressure atmosphere both pulls (yes, “pulls”) and pushes on the colder arctic air sending it further into previously non-arctic regions thus bringing temperatures lower further than they have been in usually hot regions.

It is the stronger of the pressure areas in the atmosphere that push and pull the most throughout the planet or put another way, the hotter of the pressure areas in the atmosphere that push and pull the most throughout the planet.  Heat is building up in the arctic regions as well as other regions and therefore pushing the changed atmosphere out of the normal patterns – like coloring outside the lines in a coloring book.

What I mentioned before in other articles is something you hit upon in your previous comment – plants – namely trees.  If humanity planted billions, billions and more billions of trees – instead of cutting down billions and billions of trees, we’d have a reversing force helping to make rebalancing happen, with a normalization happen in the atmosphere.

One of the other many factors which I alluded to at the beginning of this article and in the past is that as trees are cut down, the soil/land/dirt is exposed to the sun heating up the soil.  Soil does not hold heat like trees hold/absorb heat, and so the sun heated soil allows greater heat to escape into the atmosphere at night – that’s why deserts are cold at night.  Unfortunately, as more and more land is made desert-like by cutting down trees, more and more soil-born heat rises into the atmosphere, fewer trees utilize the CO2 and the “warming” process continues.

Again, this is by no means all the forces that are active in this process.  This is only a simplified and much condensed explanation of some of the forces happening.

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“Imagine a world where no science existed.  On our planet, that world existed during ‘cave-man’ days.   Imagine a world where no religion or spirituality existed.  On our planet, that has been attempted in a few communist countries.  Now, imagine a world where both science and religion/spirituality existed, even sometimes in conflict.  This is the world we live in.

Both science and spirituality either serve humanity or harm humanity – determined by the heart of the person who chooses.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2009-2017, Jodie Senkyrik)