Sea disappears again!…SNOWPLOWING with lawn mower and 50” TV box! (Video)…Inside Japan’s ‘suicide forest’…A U.S. Mountain Was Just The Second-Coldest Place On Earth… Explosion at subway in Stockholm…Sydney swelters with near-record high temperature…This fake news machine gears up for 2020…Shocking photographs show patients ‘forced to lie on the FLOOR with people stepping over them’ at a busy Yorkshire hospital amid winter NHS chaos & more

 And suddenly the sea disappeared! Major water receding in Santa Elena frightens fishermen in Ecuador..

After several months, the strange phenomenon of the ‘disappearing sea’ has been reported again by frightened fishermen in Santa Rosa, a small port located in the province of Santa Elena, Ecuador. Yes, the sea receded ‘a little more than normal‘, stranding at least 800 fishing boats on January 3, 2018 as well as two days before.

Although known as ‘Aguaje‘ or ‘Syzygy Tides‘ to fishermen in Ecuador, the intensity of the creepy natural phenomenon was unprecedented and unusually strong on January 3, 2018. The sea has returned now, but again more slowly than normally….


SNOWPLOWING with lawn mower and 50” TV box!

One man got creative by using a lawnmower and cardboard box to shovel snow off his Pennsylvania driveway.



Inside Japan’s ‘suicide forest’

The ‘suicide forest’

The Aokigahara forest, also called the Sea of Trees, sits right along the edge of Mount Fuji, roughly a two-hour drive west of Tokyo.
At the entrance of the forest, a sign reminds visitors that “life is a precious gift” from their parents.
“Quietly think once more about your parents, siblings or children,” the sign says in Japanese. “Please don’t suffer alone, and first reach out.”
A sign at the entrance of the Aokigahara forest urges suicidal visitors to reach out for help.

Aokigahara’s dark reputation has been around for decades. In a popular 1960 novel by Japanese author Seicho Matsumoto, a heroine heads into the forest to take her own life. More recently, in a 2016 American horror film, “The Forest,” a woman goes there looking for her twin sister, who mysteriously disappeared in the woods.
More than 100 people who were not from the area surrounding Aokigahara committed suicide there between 2013 and 2015, according to a local government report. Countrywide, suicides totaled roughly 24,000 people in 2015 alone, according to the country’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. These numbers do not include attempted suicides….


 A U.S. Mountain Was Just The Second-Coldest Place On Earth

“We basically just start saying it’s stupid cold outside,” one meteorologist said.

The temperature atop New Hampshire’s Mount Washington plummeted early Saturday to an astonishing minus 36 degrees Fahrenheit, making it one of the coldest places on the planet.

The summit was tied with the Canadian town of Armstrong, Ontario, as the second-coldest location on Earth, the Mount Washington Observatory said in a tweet.

With the wind whipping at more than 100 mph, the wind chill reached about 94 degrees below zero. It felt colder on the mountain than on the surface of Mars, where the temperature was minus 78 degrees, The Boston Globe noted.

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 Explosion at subway in Stockholm

It was a police patrol who was alarmed about the explosion just after 11 o’clock on Sunday morning. It occurred outdoors at Vårby farm’s subway in southwest Stockholm.

“The police patrol crashed after finding a man injured during the explosion,” confirms the police’s press informant in Stockholm, Sven-Erik Olsson, for GP.
Picked up items that exploded

Just over an hour after the alarm, the police had succeeded in stating that two people found an object on the ground at the subway. It is a man and a woman, the man is in the 60s and the woman at the age of 45, according to the police.

“You have picked up this item and then it has exploded and injured the man,” explains Sven-Erik Olsson….


Sydney swelters with near-record high temperature

Sydney endured its hottest temperature in nearly 80 years on Sunday, Australian meteorologists say.

The mercury rose to 47.3 degrees Celsius, or 117.14 Fahrenheit, in the Sydney metropolitan area.

The hottest temperature ever recorded in the area was 47.8 Celsius degrees (118.04 Fahrenheit) in 1939, the Bureau of Meteorology for the state of New South Wales (NSW) said.

The agency had predicted that temperatures would soar, tweeting: “Are we forecasting all time record high temperatures today? No, but it would not surprise if some stations go close.”….


Airstrikes kill 17 civilians in Syrian rebel-held area, rescuers say

At least 17 civilians in the Syrian enclave of Eastern Ghouta have been killed in a day of airstrikes, a rescue group and war monitor has said, as the government intensifies its aerial raids against the country’s last remaining rebel-held areas.

The White Helmets volunteer rescue group reported dozens of airstrikes in the area on Saturday, adding that four children were among the dead and 40 more were injured. It said government airstrikes, backed by Russian air power, had continued for nine days….



32 Missing As Tanker Collides With Cargo Ship In Fireball Off China

Most of the missing are Iranians, all from the tanker.

Search and rescue workers were plying the waters off the east coast of China Saturday in a desperate hunt for 32 missing sailors after an oil tanker collided with a cargo ship.

The Iranian tanker, Sanchi, flying under a Panamanian flag, was a wall of flames and thick black smoke as rescuers hunted for survivors 160 miles off the coast. The tanker was carrying about a million barrels of natural gas condensate, or light oil, Bloomberg reported.

All of the missing 32 men, which included 30 Iranians and two Bengalese, were from the tanker, reported the China Global Television Network. All 21 Chinese aboard the Hong Kong cargo ship were rescued, said the TV network.


This fake news machine gears up for 2020

There’s a whole industry dedicated to producing fake US news in Macedonia – and it’s gearing up for 2020


Shocking photographs show patients ‘forced to lie on the FLOOR with people stepping over them’ at a busy Yorkshire hospital amid winter NHS chaos

The shocking photos were taken on January 2 at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield
The 57-year-old woman passed them to Tracy Brabin, MP for Batley and Spen
She described conditions at Pinderfields’ A&E as ‘worse than prison’.

Patients are being forced to sleep on floors with people stepping over them at a busy hospital in West Yorkshire – as the NHS winter chaos gripping Britain continues to worsen.

In one photo a patient dressed only in a loose hospital gown lies next to a metal wheelchair. A second shows a man, attached to a drip, bedded down with his head resting on his rolled-up coat.
Shocking images taken at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield show members of the public being forced to sleep on floors
A woman, who has asked not to be named, described conditions as worse than prison and stressed people were being forced to sleep on floors at the hospital regularly….



All the prophecies the bible said will happen in end times, are happening or almost complete at present


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