Friday, November 13, 2015

Earthquake in California?? | Focus Sessions

By Lynn via Focus Sessions, 11 November 2015

Q. Greetings, Lynn!  At Minute 1:38:20 of this video, Mehran Keshe, based on his knowledge of the gravitational and magnetical forces of the Earth, explains what he sees as the potential for very big earthquakes in California within the next 18 months or so.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGiTxBTnTKk

Lynn, it would be most helpful and beneficial for all to know what you see about this whole scenario noted by Mehran Keshe. Many thanks and blessings for all you do!
A. When I tune in, I do see an energy buildup in the California area.  It feels like it goes back to the Yellowstone area, and also some kind of volcanic activity in the Pacific.  There is some tectonic plate activity happening, and it is due to all kinds of reasons building up.

The earth is slowly growing, creating many shifts (tugs and pulls) on the surface.  In addition to that, the energy under Yellowstone is reaching a high to where it will need to be expelled in some way (our ET friends out there are trying to assist us with that).  There also looks to be a volcano that has been dormant for a long time in the Pacific that is building pressure as well.  The stretching, pulling and pushing due to the energy buildup from every angle does look to create some kind of earthquake activity in California (and Mexico and Western Canada)...

I have always seen similar images on future maps, and they involve a great divide in the United States at the Mississippi River.  The river slightly widens, but more importantly it floods out on the shores taking land that is low with it (as in sandy soil that washes away), or sinks (as in water rises too hide to recede back down). The mouth of the river that goes into the Gulf expands quite a bit as if so much water is rushing down the river that it erodes the land away creating a much larger waterway for drainage.

California looks to get hit with changes too.  I see the border of California cracked and water coming up through the crack in the form of bubbles and mud.  This looks to be as a result of an earthquake.  I don't see it being a high level earthquake, but rather several small ones.  I hear someone make the comment "Is this ever going to end."  They don't feel disastrous on a large scale, but annoying, shaking and leaving people worried.

We are all in for changes, but they look as though we can sustain and recover.  We can't fret and add fear to the mix, but just be prepared and educated.

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light-

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