When I was a child, big storms often brought us big problems. I can’t count the times the family was called to service in the basement, to stand on drains intended to let water OUT. During storms we needed to keep city sewage water from coming IN.
Houses’ drainage was easily overwhelmed by heavy rain back then (before the city overhauled the entire sewage system), causing sewage to flow in reverse in a sopping, foul-smelling mess. We took turns standing on sheets of cardboard to cover drains (me in water up to my skinny thighs), while others bigger than I would be moving furniture and other items out of the floodwater.
The situation was made all the more challenging by avoiding having any electricity (ie lights) on during the flooding to avoid electrocution, so all this extreme unpleasantness was navigated with flashlights and maybe a few candles sitting on shelves.
This all came to mind today after I watched today’s Suspicious Observers video on youtube, which explains (among other things) that our planet has now surpassed its former cosmic radiation maximum – yet another sign of our amplifying frequencies here. Continue reading