This Is Why You Have Bloated Stomach And How To Get Rid Of Bloating And Lose Weight Overnight!


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What causes your belly to bloat?

1. Insufficient water intake

Dehydration is a major cause of numerous health problems. Excessive consumption of coffee and alcohol only contributes to the problem. When was the last time you had 6-8 glasses of water during the day?

When the body lacks water, it uses the liquids from its tissues, which means that bloating may appear as a result of fluid retention. So, try to drink more water.

2. Constipation

Constipation is a rather unpleasant issue, and it indicates that you need more fiber-rich foods. The gasses that remain trapped behind the feces will not stand still for a long time, you know.

Eat your fiber gradually, otherwise you will only make the problem even worse. Buy whole grain bread, and stay away from white bread. Indulge in smoothies and berries. Sounds delicious, right?

3. Chronic stress

Believe it or not, stress may cause bloating. When you are under stress, your digestive system fails to perform its function properly. Your bloating may be caused by constipation and stomach ache. So, try to free yourself from the negative emotions, and you will solve your problem for good.

4. Eating too fast

Partially chewed food is slowly digested, and you get bloated. Simple as that. So, take small bites, and chew them well.

5. Carbohydrates

Excessive consumption of carbs may contribute to your bloated belly. Consider eating low-carb foods, and cut off your sugar intake and alcohol. Eat more fresh fruits and veggies.

4 Yoga Poses For Beginners That Get Rid Of Stomach & Back Fat


Yoga is everything your body needs to function at its absolute best. If you have a hard time working out you should definitely try it because the highly defined movements get you doing just that, active and moving around for once! It’s low impact, yet at the same time demanding on your body and energy, so as you work through the poses you’ll feel it.

Benefits That Yoga Can Give

 

  • Relaxes your mind
  • Lowers your stress
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Strengthens and tone muscles
  • Burns fat
  • Stretches your whole body out
  • Loosens joints and muscles, which further reduces the likelihood of injury.
  • And best of all, it’s one of the most effective ways to get rid of stubborn belly fat! The mid-section area is notorious for being seemingly impossible to tone, but with the help of the following yoga poses it becomes possible to work your way to a flat, beautifully toned stomach. Of course, you still have to eat a balanced healthy diet because the saying “abs are made in the kitchen” applies irregardless of any yoga you end up doing.

See below the best belly-fat blasting yoga poses, and check out the video to see exactly how to do them. Read on for more information!

1. Cobra Pose – Lay down on your stomach with legs stretched out behind you, forehead resting gently on the floor, hands palm down under shoulders, elbows tucked and touching your ribs. Inhale and begin to slowly straighten your arms and arch your back so that it raises your chest, head and shoulders up off the floor. Keep your hips and thighs on the ground but raise up as far and high as you can comfortably go. Hold the position for 15-30 seconds then slowly lower yourself back down. Repeat 5 times, resting for 15 seconds between each movement.

Benefits: Cobra works all of the abdominal muscles really well. It strengthens your back and upper body areas, make you more limber, and stretches your spine making it more flexible.


2. Bow Pose – Lay on your stomach with legs stretched out and hands at your sides facing up. Exhale as you bend your knees up, bring them as close as you can to your butt, then reach your arms back and grab your ankles. Breathe steadily and hold this position for 15-30 seconds before exhaling and releasing. Repeat 5 times and rest for 15 seconds between each pose.

Benefits: Bow pose works the core muscles in your stomach and gets them nice and tight. It also stretches out your entire body, especially the back and spine. People love it for its calming yet energizing effects and use it to not only strengthen their abs, but to also clear their minds.

3. Knees To Chest – Lie on your back with legs stretched out, heels together, arms resting at your sides. Exhale as you slowly bend your knees, moving them towards your chest. Grab and pull your knees in close, hugging them to your body, and hold for one minute. Breathe out while you release your knees, rest for 15 seconds, and repeat 5 times.

Benefits: By bringing your knees to your chest in this slow, deliberate manner you are tightening your ab muscles, stretching your lower back, and toning your mid-section. It also works wonders for speeding up metabolism and getting rid of fat that’s stored around your waist.


4. Sun Salutations – This is not one move, but rather a series of 12 distinct individual postures that are done in a specific order. Refer to the video for instructions on how to do it. These are most effective when done first thing in the morning and are extremely beneficial for not only your abdominal muscles, but also your entire body.

Benefits: Sun salutations wake you up and give you energy to take on the day. They detoxify your body by getting your lymphatic system up and moving, which is how toxins are passed through the body. They also help your digestive system, making movements more regular and less clogged. The movements tone and tighten abdominal muscles, increase spinal flexibility, and help with weight loss by discouraging the build up of fat around the mid-sectiton.

Why Some People Don’t Feel Pain.


Scientists are learning more and more about people who do not feel pain. Currently, they have identified several genetic indicators for people who do not experience any sensations typically associated with physical pain. One such mutation occurs in the PRDM12 gene. It leads to a malformation of nerve cells, which are the transmitters of physical sensations to the brain. A different genetic mutation, located on the SCN9A gene, inhibits the proper formation of the sodium channels used by neurons to communicate and conduct pain.

Interestingly, scientists have found that, just because there’s no pain sensation, the body may have a way of reacting regardless. In one study published in Nature Communications, scientists used mice with these genetic mutations and exposed them to extreme hot and cold conditions. The mice showed no physical response, but scientists were able to identify high levels of enkephalins, a natural opioid produced by the body. The researchers posited that if people with such genetic mutations did not experience a release of opioids, maybe they would feel pain. The team administered naloxone, a medication typically used to treat opioid overdose, to a woman with the PRDM12 genetic condition. The subject did indeed report a feeling of pain-the first time she had ever felt such a sensation.

Read More:

Transcriptional regulator PRDM12 is essential for human pain perception (Nature)
“Pain perception has evolved as a warning mechanism to alert organisms to tissue damage and dangerous environments. In humans, however, undesirable, excessive or chronic pain is a common and major societal burden for which available medical treatments are currently suboptimal”
Why do we experience physical pain? (Gizmodo)
“There’s no doubt about it: Pain sucks. We all hate it – and some people go to immense lengths to try and get rid of chronic pain. And yet, it’s a constant part of human experience. But why do people feel physical pain? How does it even work? And does everybody feel pain the same way?”

Contaminated food from China now entering the U.S. under the ‘organic’ label 


The Chinese food production industry is one of the world’s least-regulated and most corrupt, as has repeatedly been proven time and again. Now, it appears, there is no trusting anything that comes from China marked “organic.”

Natural Health 365 reports that several foods within the country are so contaminated that Chinese citizens don’t trust them. What’s more, the countries that import these tainted foods are putting their citizens at risk.

U.S. Customs personnel often turn away food shipments from China because they contain unsavory additives and drug residues, are mislabeled, or are just generally filthy. Some Chinese food exporters have responded by labeling their products “organic,” though they are far from it.

There are several factors at play which make Chinese claims of organic unreliable. First, environmental pollution from unrestrained and unregulated industrial growth has so polluted soil and waterways with toxic heavy metals that nothing grown in them is safe, much less organic. Also, there is so much fraudulent labeling and rampant corruption within the government and manufacturing sectors that it’s not smart to trust what is put on packaging.

In fact, farmers in China use water that is replete with heavy metals, Natural Health 365 noted in a separate report. In addition, water used for irrigation also contains organic and inorganic substances and pollutants. Chinese “organic” food is so contaminated that a person could get ill just by handling some of it.
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‘Dirty water’ is all there is

The report noted further:

“This is reality – all of China’s grains, vegetables and fruits are irrigated with untreated industrial wastewater. The Yellow River, which is considered unusable, supports major food producing areas in the northeast provinces.”

Many Chinese farmers won’t even eat the food they produce, if you can believe that. That’s because it’s clear that China’s water pollution issues are so pronounced that it threatens the country’s entire food supply.

Chinese farmers have said there is no available water for crops except “dirty water.” As part of the country’s industrial prowess, it is also one of the largest producers (and consumers) of fertilizers and pesticides, Water Politics reported.

The site noted further that as China’s industrial might grows, so too does the level of contaminants in the country’s water supply. Lakes, rivers, streams and falling water tables are becoming more polluted by the year.

In addition to man-made pollutants, animals produce about 90 percent of the organic pollutants and half of the nitrogen in China’s water, say experts at the Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning. There are times when water is so polluted it turns black – yet it is still used to irrigate crops, and of course, that affects so-called organic farming operations as well.

These nine foods are particularly vulnerable to becoming tainted, Natural Health 365 noted:

Fish: Some 80 percent of the tilapia sold in the U.S. come from fish farms in China, as well as half the cod. Water pollution in China is a horrible problem, so any fish grown there are suspect.

Chicken: Poultry produced in China is very often plagued with illnesses like avian flu.

Apples and apple juice: Only recently has the U.S. moved to allow the importation of Chinese apples, though American producers grow plenty for the country and the world.

Rice: Though this is a staple in China and much of the rice in the U.S. comes from there, some of it has been found to be made of resin and potato.

Mushrooms: Some 34 percent of processed mushrooms come from China.

Salt: Some salt produced in China for industrial uses has made its way to American dinner tables.

Black pepper: One Chinese vendor was trying to pass off mud flakes as pepper.

Green peas: Phony peas have been found in China made of soy, green dye and other questionable substances.

Garlic: About one-third of all garlic in the U.S. comes from China.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/055818_tainted_food_organic_label_China.html#ixzz4UZWVp4mZ

A CenturiesOld Chinese Herbal Medicine Could Help Us to Fight TB


As science struggles to find new chemicals to address old afflictions, one more time an ancient — and wholly natural — remedy may be the answer, in this case with fighting tuberculosis (TB), according to Science Alert. It turns out that a compound called arteminsinin, which comes from a form of wormwood, not only treats malaria, but antibiotic-resistant TB bacteria.

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While the research is ongoing, it adds to the growing body of evidence that Mother Nature more often than not has the solution to common illnesses. Antibiotics are a foundational component of modern medicine, without which many of our current treatment modalities and medical procedures become exceedingly dangerous. But overuse of antibiotics has made them increasingly ineffective against serious infections.

This antibiotic-resistance has turned into a worldwide health threat of massive proportions that kills tens of thousands every year. One infection, Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), kills more Americans each year than the combined total of emphysema, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s disease, and homicide. Solutions for this include improved infection prevention, more responsible use of antibiotics in human medicine, limiting use of antibiotics in agriculture, and finding innovative approaches to treat infections.

But in the wake of this crisis, a good thing has emerged: the re-discovery of natural infection-fighting methods. From garlic to cinnamon to probiotics and fermented foods, to sunlight and Manuka honey, there are positive things in nature that are turning out to be good combatants for fighting infections.

Manuka honey has even been shown to be more effective than antibiotics in the treatment of more than 250 clinical strains of bacteria as well as serious, hard-to-heal, antibiotic-resistant skin infections, including MRSA.

Glitch In The Matrix? Many People Claim to Have Seen a Movie That Never Existed


This is one of the strangest internet stories you will likely ever read: There are people on Reddit and Twitter attempting to find a movie called Shazaam which starred actor and comedian Sinbad as a friendly genie. According to those who claim to have seen this movie, it came out before Shaq’s critically panned comedy called Kazaam, and was a relatively enjoyable ‘90s comedy.

The only problem is, there is no record of such a movie ever existing, and Sinbad himself says he never acted in it or even heard of it before random people on the internet started asking him about it.

The magazine NewStatesman has just published a fascinating investigative article about the conspiracy, and some theories as to why so many people have vivid memories of watching a movie that there is no evidence has ever existed. Literally, there are no records of the movie ever being made—no photos, no old VHS tapes, nothing. That’s despite cash rewards from people eager to prove it is real.

Some people believe the group is falling victim to “the social contagion of memory”—essentially, all of the talk about the movie is creating realistic false memories in people’s minds. Some people believe the movie was “disappeared” because Sinbad himself hated it. Some people believe it is an example of the “Mandela Effect,” which essentially states that multiple realities have existed, and splintered versions sometimes converge (in this case, in one reality Shazaam was real).

Either way, it is really, really strange.

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017.


Dear all my blog readers, followers and subscribers.

WISHING YOU A VERY HAPPY, CHEERFUL AND MEMORABLE HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017.

MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE IN THE COMING YEAR.

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What Happens In The Pineal Gland When We Use Cannabis?


Pineal gland The pineal gland – mythical seat of spirituality and consciousness, the site of the primordial “third eye” – has been of fascination to humanity since its function and importance were discovered. It is well-known that the pineal gland responds to psychoactive drugs, so what happens when we use cannabis?

What is the pineal gland for?

While undoubtedly important, the pineal gland does not possess mystical or supernatural properties, no matter how much some people would like to believe it. Even some great, renowned thinkers have fallen foul of magical thinking here, such as the scientist and philosopher Descartes, who described the pineal gland as “the seat of the soul”.

Indeed, it is just but one gland among many that comprise the endocrine system in vertebrate animal species, whose function is heavily involved in the regulation of circadian (daily) rhythm and the production of hormones – the most important of which being melatonin, the “sleep hormone”. However, there are a few things that mark out the pineal gland as unique and interesting. Let’s take a brief look at what they are.

Why is the pineal gland so unusual?

The pineal gland is thought of as the “third eye”, and does in fact possess some of the qualities of a simple organ of sight

The idea of the pineal gland being a primordial “third eye” has some basis in fact. The gland is made up of cells known as pinealocytes, which in some non-mammal vertebrate species actually directly respond to light. This ability makes them very similar to the cells of the retina, the part of the eye that receives light from the lens opening.

In some fossil species, scientists have even found holes just like eye sockets in the centre-rear part of the skull, which allowed the pineal gland to receive light directly, just like an eye. In fact, several modern species of reptile and fish still retain a functional “third eye”, such as the New Zealand reptile species the tuatara, whose extra eye actually has a lens, a retina and a cornea of its own! It is thought that these functional third eyes are involved in maintaining daily and seasonal cycles of hormone production.

In mammals, the pinealocytes aren’t known to directly receive light, and there is no evidence of functional “third eyes” existing. However, the pinealocytes of mammals are known to be directly linked to the retina itself, which sends signals in response to changes in light levels in order to regulate circadian rhythms. So in some respects, if one stretches the definition of what constitutes an eye to the limit, one could still say that the pineal gland functions somewhat like a rudimentary third eye even in mammals.

One interesting aspect of the pineal gland that certainly does apply to mammals, including humans, in this: unlike much of the brain, the pineal gland is not separated from the rest of the body by the blood-brain barrier. It receives abundant blood flow directly from the posterior cerebral artery, which may have something to do with its receptiveness to psychoactive substances.

Why do psychoactive substances often affect the pineal gland?

The New Zealand reptile the tuatara retains a functional third eye used for regulating daily cycles

As well as being in a perfect position to receive all kinds of substances not filtered by the blood-brain barrier, the pineal gland is also at the heart of a “cascade” of reactions which fire off when norepinephrine, a well-known neurotransmitter responsible for regulating sleep and wakefulness, binds to its receptors in the pineal gland.

When norepinephrine binds to the receptors (known as adrenergic receptors), the chain of hormonal and enzymatic interactions that results is responsible for signalling when it is time to sleep, and when it is time for the individual to wake and become active. Thus, this cascade is deeply involved in setting up one’s “mood”, and how one perceives and responds to the challenges of the coming day, as well as ensuring that sleep of sufficient quality and duration is regularly achieved.

Clearly, the pineal gland is essential to maintaining a healthy, positive mind state, and is deeply concerned with emotional states in general. When humans consume psychiatric drugs, it affects this complex cascade of activity in the pineal gland, in conjunction with various other parts of the brain, to give a subjectively altered state of perception.

One example of the importance of the pineal gland in terms of psychiatric good-health is its relationship with the “Winter Blues” illness, seasonally affective disorder (often abbreviated to SAD). The fact that bright light is a common treatment for SAD suggests that the pineal gland and its associated light-sensitive hormone, melatonin, is involved. Furthermore, the fact that low light levels can cause such a dramatic set of psychological symptoms indicate that the pineal gland is fundamentally linked with psychiatric good health in general, and that its dysfunction may be behind other mental disorders too.

How does cannabis itself work in the pineal gland?

The pineal gland is so called due to its resemblance to a pine cone

Research on rats has shown that the pineal gland contains a functional endocannabinoid system, in that cannabinoid receptors type 1 and 2, and the endogenous ligands that bind to them, anandamide and 2-AG, are all present.

The study showed that the activity of the CB?-receptors varied according to a daily cycle, with lowest activity levels occurring at the end of the daylight period. It also showed that levels of an enzyme responsible for synthesizing new endocannabinoid molecules, NAPE-PLD, was reduced during the middle of the dark period.

Furthermore, the study showed that presence of THC reduced the activity of an enzyme known as AANAT, and in doing so reduces the synthesis of melatonin itself. An earlier study on rats also showed that THC reduced the activity of AANAT, and suggested that the mechanism that occurred was as follows: the neurotransmitter norepinephrine starts a cascade of reactions, the end result of which is the production of melatonin. THC disrupts this norepinephrine cascade and thereby reduces the production of melatonin.

It is likely that THC’s endogenous analogue anandamide performs the same action of reducing the norepinephrine-induced release of melatonin, and is therefore fundamentally involved in pineal gland function. It seems that low levels of anandamide or THC are therefore needed in order for melatonin production to increase. As melatonin levels increase, as they should normally do at the end of the daylight period, feelings of sleepiness should occur.

But smoking cannabis makes me sleepy! Why?

The pineal gland has long been seen as the seat of consciousness in humans

If low levels of anandamide are required for melatonin production to increase, and levels of cannabinoid receptor activity are lowest at the end of the daylight period, that seems to imply that using cannabis would cause melatonin to be reduced, which should mean that sleepiness is also reduced. But many people report feeling sleepy after using cannabis. Why is this?

It may simply be that the mechanisms relating to cannabinoids and pineal gland hormones work differently in rats than in humans. Indeed, while the studies on rats clearly showed that THC reduced melatonin levels, there is evidence to suggest that the reverse is true in humans. An 1986 study showed that in eight out of nine healthy male volunteers, THC caused melatonin levels to dramatically increase, peaking around 120 minutes after administration. Interestingly, however, one subject showed a decline in melatonin in response to THC, just as was seen in rats.

Whether or not cannabis makes one feel sleepy may depend on dose, tolerance and a whole range of other factors, and may even depend on the time of day that the user consumes cannabis in relation to typical circadian rhythms. Furthermore, there may also be a genetic element controlling individual response to cannabinoids, as genetic differences in expression of cannabinoid receptors have been noted in multiple studies.

It is also now thought that many of the subjective effects of cannabis are not derived from THC per se, but rather from THC in combination with various other cannabinoids and terpenes. For example, myrcene is now thought to affect the “high” of pure THC, giving an overall more “couch-lock” effect to the user. Furthermore, pure THC has been shown on a number of occasions to have either a sedative or stimulant effect, depending on dose.

But how does the pineal gland actually affect the process of getting “high”?

The pineal gland is heavily involved with the regulation of sleep and circadian rhythms in humans .

This is is not entirely clear, and in any case, we know that multiple different regions of the brain are involved in the subjective experience of being high. The pineal gland is just one tiny link in an extremely long and complicated chain, which stretches between some of the most basic and fundamental parts of the brain (and the pineal gland can definitely be classed as basic and fundamental, as almost every living vertebrate possesses one) and some of the most advanced, such as the neocortex, which only exists in mammals.

However, the pineal gland has repeatedly been associated with the biosynthesis of important natural compounds related to sleeping, dreaming, and dream imagery. The presence of these compounds in the pineal gland is one of the most important reasons that so many view it as the “seat of the soul”, or a key to “spiritual enlightenment”. Without a doubt, the most famous of these compounds is N,N-Dimethyltryptamine, more commonly known as DMT.

It’s actually somewhat controversial as to whether or not the pineal gland is responsible for synthesizing DMT in humans, but there is significant evidence to suggest that it is the case. DMT and related compounds tryptamine and bufotenin have been found in human urine, and DMT itself has been shown to be synthesized in the pineal gland of the rat brain. A closely related compound, 5-MeO-DMT has been found to be synthesized in the human pineal gland, but thus far, it has not been proven that DMT itself is too.

In any case, it certainly appears that the pineal gland is very much involved in the production and/or processing of substances that are well-known to be involved in helping to create “dream states” when we are asleep. Thus, there are many theories that the subjective experience of getting “high” from cannabis, hallucinogens and other psychoactive drugs also involves this subjective creation of a “dream-like” or otherwise altered reality.

The pineal gland is part of a complex and fascinating system

DMT is an ingredient in ayahuasca, a powerful hallucinogen whose users often produce art like this.

While we are far from having a complete understanding of the complex network of chemical compounds that interact in the brain, we are beginning to build a simple map of how all these interrelated processes fit together. It is increasingly clear that the endocannabinoid system is a fundamentally important messaging system that helps to link together various parts of the brain, many of which work together to give us the subjective experience of being “high”.

The pineal gland itself is crucial to this process, and has undeniable importance as a source of consciousness-altering compounds. It works with the endocannabinoid system and various other regulatory systems to control our subjective daily experience of mood, wakefulness and sleepiness, and when we introduce external psychoactive compounds, this process can be altered in fundamental ways, some of which can be greatly enjoyable to the individual!

How to make fire with a lemon


If you ever find yourself in need of a flame but are lacking the combustibles, consider tapping into the electrical power of a lemon.

After plugging 6 copper braids and 6 zinc nails into the lemon, you can wrap wires around them diagonally, as displayed in this image

Once hooked up, you run wires from the 2 unwired corners, using one as a positive node (anode) and another as the negative node (cathode).  These are the live wires.

Touch them both to a piece of steel wool and run the current through it.  This will set it on fire.  Throw some paper, tissue, kindling or any other simple combustible material you can find to get the fire going, then add your wood (or whatever else you’re using as fuel).

Before long, you’ll have a 5 Volt lemon and a raging fire.

Watch the  video. URL:https://youtu.be/Bv2vT665bGI

257 Earthquakes Over Magnitude 5 In 9 Days- What Are We Not Being Told About This Energy Influx.


Firstly I would just like to say, this article is not being put here to instill fear in anyone, it is hard not to be a little shaken by what has been discovered, but there are people who understand what is happening and we have the power as the people to give those who have this knowledge a platform.

The problem with a lot of mainstream media is they speak from a fear based perspective and offer very little in the way of solutions, and while I don’t claim to have the solution to this issue, if we band together and unite we can certainly attempt to find one.

I recently watched a video, which I have to be honest I struggled to understand with any real clarity to start with. But as I went over it it made a little more sense. I will summarize for those of you who don’t want to sit through the whole video.

There has been a large wave of energy that was unintentionally picked up by the MIMIC TPW microwave background imagery.

The glitchy curved lines that appear across the screen are the large waves of energy in question. In the video from Dutchsinse.Com he has said-

“This system usually only shows precipitation / water vapor , yet in some rare instances large energy returns can be seen when solar, spaceweather, and other energy events impact the planet.

We have seen examples of X class flares, and large Earth facing Coronal Mass Ejections cause large disruptions of this very same feed — however this “wave” of energy produces a return that crosses the same bandwidths detected (and used by) the MIMIC microwave background system.

The energy spans the planet on both (all) sides over several hours time. This wave of energy started to form on 12/18 at about 15:00 UTC, and is currently ongoing.

A check of the X-ray flux monitors from GOES shows low activity, minor solar winds, no major solar storms, Total Electron Content in the ionosphere shows “minimal”…. thus the source / cause of this event is still “unknown”.

If this “event” really occurred (if it’s “real”) then we’re looking at a huge amount of energy impacting the planet causing a planet wide microwave return going off the scales.

Microwaves convert to DC energy in a natural “rectenna” process when the waves become trapped in the Earth’s magnetosphere– the radio waves convert to DC power, and are taken to ground. Ground ultimately being the core of the Earth.

If the event is really occurring, then the potential amount of energy going to the core of the planet would be tremendous — this of course could increase volcanic activity, and cause large earthquakes.

I don’t know what to make of this — this is the first time I’ve ever seen something this large over such a vast area show up on MIMIC like this.”

The website which picked up this activity has issued a notice saying “2016 Dec 22: We’re seeing a long segment of bad data being wrapped into this product every few days. This comes from a glitch in the incoming satellite data. For a more accurate representation during those times, try the MIMIC-TPW2 product .”

However since this event there has been an influx of earthquakes over the globe with the latest being a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Chile at 14:22 Christmas day local time. But this is not the only event since this activity has been picked up-

There have been 257 earthquakes over magnitude 5 and many more very close to this number. Just to put this into perspective on average there is an estimated 3.6 earthquakes  of a magnitude of 5-5.9 a day, in the last 9 days there have been an average of 24.8 nearly 7 times what is usual. It is estimated there is a  6-6.9 magnitude earthquake every 3 days, we have had 2.6 a day for the last 9 days. Lastly for the big earthquakes of magnitude 7-7.9 you usually get 1 every 25 days (estimate) there have been an average of 1 a day for the last 9 days.

Obviously there are going to be moments when activity is higher, but given the fact that this video predicted it before hand and on the date of this video there was 71 earthquakes over a magnitude 5, we have to question the statement. Perhaps it is a type of energy they do not understand.

Watch the video. URL:

You can view the earthquake reports here. URL:http://earthquake-report.com/category/daily-important-quakes/

 

It will be interesting to see how the next few days unfold and we will keep you updated on the progress. Much love, Luke

I am Luke Miller the author of this article and creator of Potential For Change. I like to blend psychology and spirituality to help you create more happiness in your life.

It will be interesting to see how the next few days unfold and we will keep you updated on the progress.