Science tells us that the atmosphere is a giant
heat engine, and that the interactions of sunlight, atmospheric gases,
and land and sea masses produce the complex system we call weather. But
science is often very wrong in predicting the weather and the timing of
earthquakes because the planet Earth is a living being, and our
atmosphere is influenced by human thoughts and feelings.
When there is a crisis in the human kingdom, there
may be great upheavals in nature. Anger and fiery passions may create heat
spells and fires. Coldness of heart and crystallized states of mind may
create freezing spells. Drought can be caused by the imposition of thought
that prevents an adequate flow of energy to the emotions. Collective lies
may catalyze typhoons or earthquakes. The accumulation of negative
thoughts or emotions in one area may pollute it, creating the necessity
for a tornado or hurricane to sweep it clean.
In the inner spiritual realms, an "accident" is
viewed as "an explosion of force" where emotional energies such as hatred,
jealousy, or vindictiveness find a physical outlet. Spiritually dedicated
people are sometimes guided to certain areas to act as human shock
absorbers. Some have been sent to locations to inwardly balance the earth
and lessen earthquakes, for example.
The causal relationship between human thoughts and
emotions and weather patterns is not normally visible, unless confirmed by
the timing of a physical event. The inner causes are often complex,
including long-term cumulative effects, human karma from the past and
causes in the nonhuman kingdoms, which are more difficult for humans to
assess. However, there are some rather dramatic relationships that can be
seen when studying the timing of events and weather patterns, as
synchronicity does indicate a significant relationship.
For example, in the midst of very heated discussions
between the American and Philippine governments over the continued
presence of U.S. military bases there, the Mt. Pinatubo volcano erupted
near the base in question in July 1991, and again the following year,
causing extensive damage and forcing the United States to abandon the base
immediately. The Filipino people wanted Clark Air Force Base to close, and
the volcano complied. A general worldwide cooling seems to be the result
of the volcanic eruption. Significantly, after the base closings, one
hundred new factories were created there.
In November 1985 eleven Supreme Court justices were
murdered in Colombia and the Palace of Justice burned to the ground by
drugtrafficking forces, after the court declared it would extradite top
drug dealers to the United States. Several days later a massive earthquake
hit the country.
In the midst of massive demonstrations and upheavals
in Soviet Armenia, where more than one hundred thousand Armenians had fled
from racial riots in Azerbaijan, a massive earthquake struck on December
Over a thousand people were killed by an earthquake
of 6.8 magnitude in Turkey on March 14, 1992, in an area where Turks had
been attacking the Kurdish population.
The massive earthquake that hit San Francisco in
October of 1989 occurred just minutes before the World Series game was
about to be played between the San Francisco and Oakland teams, with
intense emotional rivalry between the two. Oakland is just across the Bay
Bridge from San Francisco, and it was this bridge that dramatically
collapsed and killed several people.
A tornado hit Metarie, Louisiana, in February 1989,
the exact area where a few days earlier the former head of the Ku Klux
Klan, David Duke, had been elected as Republican representative to the
Louisiana State Legislature in a very contentious election, causing a
After the strange and sudden death on September 29,
1978, of Pope John Paul I, who had been installed only a month earlier, it
rained for seven days straight in Rome. This storm broke all records and
created a great deal of speculation about the real cause of the pope's
death--or murder, as some claimed. Since no investigation or autopsy was
performed, and no one saw the body before it was embalmed, there was much
suspicion about the cause of death, as the pope had been creating rapid
reforms, removing corrupt members of Church hierarchy, calling for a
redistribution of wealth, and publicly praying to “Father/Mother God.”
In the United States, 1988 saw one of the worst
droughts in decades, just as speculative and corporate takeover fever,
seen spiritually as an overheated desire for possession and control,
reached its peak. The fever of greed raging through the American body
politic found its correlation in the climate of the country. At the same
time, massive forest fires throughout the West reflected back to us the
blistering effects of our collective attitudes. The drought symbolized the
lack of the waters' of compassion, when self-centered acquisition and the
fires of the mind dominated by the will to power burned away any
heart-centered feeling and concern for the common good.
The Chinese have always seen the link between nature
and politics, seeing natural disasters as a sure sign that the mandate of
heaven is passing, and that it is time for a new ruler. Chairman Mao died
in September 1976, just six weeks after the most devastating earthquake in
Chinese history-in Tangshan-killed at least 242,000 people. The major
floods that hit China in 1991 were seen by many Chinese as a sign that the
Communists were losing the mandate of heaven after the Tiananmen Square
massacre. This was reinforced when 10,000 crabs suddenly came ashore on
Hainan Island in the south. The Chinese feel that a miracle or tumult in
the natural world reflects one to come in the political world.
Were all these events simply "coincidences," or did
the thoughts and emotions stirred up by these events create vortices of
negative energy that triggered reactions in the natural world? Perhaps
people need a dramatic and uncanny act of nature to give them pause to
reflect on themselves and the rightness of their actions. We need to read
the "Book of Life" more carefully to see what our weather patterns are
telling us about the causes we are creating.
In the Ageless Wisdom, humanity is said to be the
bridging kingdom between the mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms and the
higher spiritual kingdoms because we contain elements of all the kingdoms
within us. Our true role is to channel love and blessing energies to these
kingdoms--rather than create imbalances in them through our negative
emotions. Many thousands of people are doing this today in their love and
caring for nature and animals through the ecology and animal rights
movements. Animals, in turn, absorb human emotions and help heal them.
Many studies have shown that plants are also affected by human thoughts
and emotions. Our tenderness and compassion for animals and plants will
create a more gentle and loving environment, with fewer natural upheavals.
Many people are sending positive, loving energy in
their prayers and meditations to places of ecological devastation to help
create healing. Psychics have even noted that earthquakes have been
prevented in certain areas where people meditated together to visualize
light protecting and sealing the fault lines. As we give our blessings to
nature, nature will bless humanity.
Note: Here are a few out of the hundreds of other
examples we’ve noted of the connections between weather patterns and human
thought and emotions since we wrote this over 10 years ago:
The Bible reported that the sky darkened and the
earth shook as Jesus died during the crucifixion. The Dalai Lama reported
that two days before fighting broke out with China as they were preparing
to invade Tibet, an earthquake shook Lhasa, and a strange red glow
appeared in the air which he saw as a omen.
The epicenter of the January 17, 1994 California
earthquake was Northridge and Reseda, where 70% of the $2.5 billion
world-wide pornographic film industry is based.
A huge number of tornadoes hit the Midwest in May
1996 right after the popular movie “Twister” played in movie houses
everywhere. Could people’s subconscious minds have been so deeply
impacted by this powerful film that they created what they feared?
A major hurricane hit Bermuda on August 15, 1995 on
election day, as the country was voting to establish independence from
Britain, postponing the election.
An unusually long and severe blizzard shut down the
entire government in Washington D.C. in 1996 during a huge budget fight
and stalemate between Democrats and Republicans, symbolizing the hardness
of heart towards the people whom the government serves.