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)

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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)

Psychic Predictions for 2017

Predictions for the United States

In the days immediately after the swearing in ceremony, I see a stepping up of assaults against the North Dakota Standing Rock protesters.  It will last for at least 3 weeks, possibly 5 or more, before those in authority step back to examine other strategies.  Many will seek ways to circumvent the decision by the Corp of Engineers and go ahead with completion of the pipeline.

For the year of 2017, I see the US economy starting off well in the winter and spring months with only a few “not too worrisome” economic ups and downs happening until the summer of 2017.  The general public will not be aware of much of this.  As the US exits summer, greater economic ups and downs will happen.  The economic road in the last few months of 2017 will become rocky indeed.  By the end of 2017, many will be worried because of economic instability starting to be clear and visible to more than just a few.  The year will end with a general feeling of “getting a little beat up.”

Gasoline prices at the pump will slowly begin to climb at the beginning of the year, but will level off through the spring.  By mid-Summer, I see a slight drop before the beginning of Fall when I see gas prices begin to rise again.   I’m seeing a range from $2.40-$2.80/gallon coming back in 2017, although it’s fluctuation could still be all over the place.  What I definitely see is it not staying at the level it is now.  Gasoline prices are going up.

Alternative energies in the US, will not get a lot of government support, and so these companies will call on the people of the US to help the industries grow.  This call from those people in the industry will help generate some popular support, but the general population are also going to be dealing with the beginning of having less spending power.  Those industry leaders who call for finding ways to streamline or lower the costs for people will keep a steady business pace.  Some areas of R&D will slow down because of budget cuts.

2017 will see a continuing growth of personal involvement in grass-roots efforts and activism.  More people will seek ways to become more active in influencing directions the country goes.

For the US, during 2017, I see the potential for some mostly small earthquake activity in Arkansas, related to the fracking in Oklahoma.

The topic of extraterrestrial activity will get attention in the central to Midwest states.

A town in western Florida will have a wonderful event happen.  Somewhere around Quincy, FL area.  I don’t see what it is, but it will make them delighted and happy.

2017 is not the year that affordable health care coverage in the US will be made unavailable for many people.  That’s 2018.

In general, in the US, we will see more extreme weather events in 2017.  Most of it will be during January thru May.

The World

The Pope will travel more in Europe in 2017.  I also see him making a trip to South America and a potential trip into central Africa.  His message will be consistent with his overall message so far.  He is seeking to give hope to people.

In 2017, there will be little progress for peace in the Middle East.  Some cease fire agreements will happen, but eventually they will be broken.

In general, India’s economy will stay at the level it is now.   I don’t see much growth, if at all.  It won’t get worse, though.  India will be waiting to see how other countries go with regards to the new presidency in the US, so they won’t be taking risks in their economic progress.  Ideally, India would do better not waiting to see how the US goes, but step forward to take a lead in economic directions.  This next 50 years is India’s half-century and India has the potential to become a stronger leader than it currently is in the world’s economy.  However, the poverty in India will continue to be a very big problem for people for decades to come.  I’m not seeing progress for the general health care conditions.  But, I do see progress in the decades ahead in the area of education – especially in the 2020’s.

Minor progress will be made in the field of archaeology around the world.  I don’t see any significant discoveries in 2017.  However, there will be further understanding and expansion of those discoveries already made.  Archaeological discoveries in Egypt will not progress that much, or as much as many want.

China’s economy will continue to grow through the 1st half of the year.  It will become rocky during the 2nd half of the year making Chinese government officials nervous.  The Chinese economy in the 2nd half won’t be bad, but it won’t perform as many hoped it would.

In 2017, Japan’s economy will continue to be stable and a good place to invest.

2017 is not the year of direct dangerous activity from Russia.

Canada will be a productive nation in 2017.  I see much good energy and good progress for Canada in 2017.

2017 will be another difficult year for Great Britain.  There will be more governmental upheaval (around April-July) which will cause the country to “stumble” some.  In time, it will stand back up, but it will take more than just 2017.

Australia will have fires to deal with in 2017, with at least one that is massive in size.  The economy in Australia will be strong and stable throughout the year, but I don’t see much growth.  However, I don’t see it going down unless its a very small amount – still strong though.

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More to come

Praying for Climate Change and the Weather: Yes or No?

(The original article was posted here on July 11, 2009.)

I want to bring up a few important points to answer this issue.

#1  God’s answer to any of our problems and difficulties has never been – “Don’t pray.”

#2 The Climate Change problems we have now are vastly created by human consciousness and only minimally by mother nature – whether believed or not.  Those that believe this can know to take steps to help change this.  Those that don’t believe this, usually do little to change this and usually create more problems.  Sadly, many choose to not believe and not do anything to help, than believe and help the work of turning things around.  But the Bible reminds us, “the prayers of a few will save many.”  The prayers and meditations of those willing to work will change and influence all things.

#3  The weather and climate change patterns we have now are also partially karmic related and so, like any other karmic energy pattern manifestation – can be changed and healed through the raising of the vibrations through any means, including prayer and meditation.  The amount of healing and rebalancing is directly related to the amount of prayer, meditation, and spiritual acts of brotherhood and oneness.

#4  If we’re concerned about what to pray for, always remember to include, “Father God, Mother God, please bring the life-giving help of all kinds for all people and all life according to what you know we all need.  Let my prayers go to you to be used to help in whatever way you may know to use them.  Here am I, use me and my prayers for your greatest will and service for all life.   Amen.”

#5  It’s okay to pray for God’s will to be done, even with regards to weather and climate change, because God’s will has never been to punish and smite, and always been to show mercy and give life – even in the form of healthy weather patterns.  God is also desiring for us to learn that praying is worthwhile even if we have to learn how best to do it.

#6  Pray for healthy weather patterns.  Pray for balanced weather patterns.  Pray “HELP US, GOD!”   Pray using no words whatsoever.  Pray for whatever you feel okay with, just pray, and then let God decide what is possible with our prayers.

#7  Praying and meditating accomplishes more than “not praying” and “not meditating”.

#8  Praying is like building a bridge, with prayers being like the bricks from which the bridge is built.  We can’t cross the bridge when just the first few bricks are in place.  The bridge isn’t ready for use until the all of the needed bricks are in place, too.

#9  Praying is like rowing a boat.  With each paddle in the water, and with each effort to row the boat, the boat moves eventually towards its destination.  But, when we stop rowing, there is no progress towards any destination and we are left to the currents made by others’ Karma.

#10 What are we willing to pray for those we love?  Are we willing to pray for healthier weather for those we love, because we know their lives will be helped from it?

#11  Nothing can stop God from helping in our lives more than a closed mind or a closed heart.

#12 Don’t put God to the test.  Don’t guess what God needs to do or not do.  God is not the one here needing to learn something – in this case – to pray – even if it’s for healthy weather patterns and healing the climate changes.

#13 God is not seeking just to change things on the outside of us- like the weather, but rather change things on the inside of us.  It is this change that we keep with us through time, and eventually changes the outside of us – even the weather.

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“Let God Decide What is Possible.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2007, Jodie Senkyrik)

The 2016 Winter Weather

I haven’t put up much weather predictions because the meteorologists watching and predicting the weather for the 2016 winter have been spot on close to what I see.

Overall, I see, again, the 2016 winter being harder than last year’s. There will be heating oil and other energy shortages and the winter weather will create problems getting heating fuels into the areas.

New England
The New England states are going to be the worst hit of the states with winter weather. Their temperatures and snow levels will be equal to last year and even a little worse. This includes New Jersey, Pennsylvania (the western edge of the worst weather) and Washington, D.C. reaching into Virginia and some into Ohio.

While the meteorologists see the winter being warmer, this doesn’t mean “warm”.  This means warmer than the average temperatures have been in years past.  We’ll still see very difficult weather for Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and parts of Vermont. The snow that is happening now in these states, is serving to give people a “heads-up” and will start coming down permanently in November. I see deep snow in these states on through the winter until it starts dwindling in March (but not gone) and then starts melting in April. The last of their snow will be on the ground in May and a little in June. And as odd as it might seem, I see a possibility for more snow at the end of April or beginning of May, but it won’t be enough to add to the hardship. For these northern most states, December will bring cold, snow and some storm winds, possibly having -50F being mentioned regularly in some form in the areas. [I am not seeing the -50F temperatures at this time of looking – 12/6/15]  January will be just as bad as December, and February will equal January. However, I see fewer storms in February, but the cold and snow will stay as is.

While March will see lessening of the severity for the lower New England states, I see the higher N.E. states Winter lasting well past March and include half of the Spring months. Spring temperatures won’t arrive until May/June in the higher N.E. states.

Eastern States
I see the Atlantic states having a harder winter than they did last year, as well.  The average temperatures of the years past would be colder and so it can be said that this winter’s temperatures will average out to be warmer, (but still not warm.)  The cold winds will be their most difficult part. There will be lots and lots of ice on the roads – especially January and February.  Once they get into [December and 12/6/15] January, they’ll see snow skiing become more and more unfavorable because of the ice forming. Their time in this difficult Winter weather will begin to end at the beginning of March. It will be sudden – like turning a switch. February will be very cold, and March will be suddenly warmer -rather than a gradual warming. There a chance for a late snow storm near the end of March but with the warmer temperatures happening, it can turn into rain. Some flooding could happen in a few areas in March.

Central US States
Again, warmer than the yearly averages does not mean “warm.”  The Winter in these states will be somewhat worse than last year, but most of the worst of it will be January and February and not past the Spring date in March. North Dakota, S. Dakota, Minnesota and that area will have what seems like normal winter weather for them – a hard cold winter equaling the New England states – but again, the average temperatures will be warmer than the past yearly averages.  [There won’t be much fluctuation better or worse away from what they usually get. 12/6/15] Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, will have winter storms with snow during December and January, but the harshness will back off some in February.  Spring will arrive in March.

The Southwest

We’re not going to see anything out of the ordinary – like a mild winter.  This will seem very much like a normal, cold, winter.  We’ll see it being much colder than last year’s mild winter.  But, not as bad as 2014 was – 2 years ago.  That doesn’t mean it won’t be cold.  It just means that it won’t be a repeat of 2014.   The Southwestern states will face many cold fronts and freezing temperatures.  For states that aren’t built for cold, this can be a very difficult time.   This winter should be considered a practice run for the winter of 2017 which currently looks like it will be extremely difficult almost equal to 2014.  Don’t block out the winter of 2014, it looks to be coming again and being forewarned is being forearmed.

The West & Northwest

California, Nevada, on up to Washington to Montana – this whole area will have a much warmer winter than the rest of the nation.  At times, the people of Colorado will wonder when winter is going to start.  There will be cold temperatures, [and storms 12/6/15] but for the most part, this will be the year of a milder winter than some of the past winters in the Western states.

For the most part, the meteorologists are forecasting some of the same things I see.  If anyone in the East decides to go west for the warmer winter, take your own water.

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World Weather Predictions

Because weather is such an important topic to so many places on the whole Earth, I’ll add what I see with regards to different areas.

Australia

Australia has been going through a tremendous drought.  I still see 2.5 more years of drought happening, but after those 2.5 years, the drought will diminish step by step from then on. So, in 2018, I see the drought taking the other turn and begin the process of lessening.  While 2 more years of drought is a problem, I do see its end.  Australia is going into its Summer temperatures right now and this year will see some rain associated with at least 1  major storm.  Look for the storm to not hit Australia directly.  This means there won’t be a lot of rain, but there will be some.

Europe

I see a general direction of the same weather patterns which Europe has had for the last 4 years.  I don’t see a lot of fluctuation or dramatic changes.  Climate Change is real and the weather patterns of the last 4-5 years are to be considered the new normal.  The nearest time period I see any dramatic change will be 2018 when I see Europe having an extremely mild winter with 2019 being the pendulum swinging back the other way.  This is far off in the future, but gives the indication that the weather patterns Europe has had recently are going to continue.

As a whole, expect lots of rain over the next 18-24 months.  More than what has been “normal” in decades past.

South Africa

This is one area where the dramatic weather extremes are going to be felt less.  I’m still seeing some extreme weather – with regards to higher than average temperatures, but not beating up the area, like is happening in Australia.  I see the extremes in weather being related to temperatures rather than being extreme storms.  I see a severe mosquito (swarming) problem coming for South Africa – worse that before.  This is related to the weather somewhat.

India

As a whole, the Climate change effect for India’s weather will be a longer rainy season.  While I see the level of intensity of the storms will be near the same level as compared to decades past, the length of the rain season will be longer and come earlier.  This does mean that there will be significant flooding in cities as well as rural areas.  India will face some disasters related to flooding.  Disease and insects will become a problem because of the flooding.  Clean drinking water will be part of the challenge for people during the floods, and this should not be a surprise.

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