Sunday, December 26, 2010

For Anyone Who Says The Sinkholes Are Normal - ***PROOF YOU ARE WAY WRONG***

1141656/What in the world is causing all of these sinkholes in 2010? While there have always been sinkholes, 2010 has truly been a banner year for them. The colossal sinkhole in Guatemala made the most headlines, but the truth is that dozens of massive sinkholes have been appearing in China and giant sinkholes have even been opening up and swallowing cars in the United States. So is all this a sign that something significant is happening? Should we be preparing for the end of the world as we know it? Will we see even more sinkholes and sudden geological changes as we approach 2012?

Nobody really knows, but what everyone can agree on is that 2010 has been an amazing year for sinkholes. Just consider the following examples....

*The most famous sinkhole of 2010 of course was the one in Guatemala that was caused by Tropical Storm Agatha. It was so massive that it swallowed not only a 3 story building, but also an entire street intersection.

*Sinking land has developed into a gigantic 80-meter diameter hole on a school playground in southern China.

*In China on June 4th, the road surface suddenly collapsed on the Zhejiang Huang Qu Nan highway heading towards Nanping. A huge sinkhole measuring 8 meters in diameter and 10 meters in depth suddenly appeared right in the middle of the road.

*In fact, massive sinkholes have been popping up all over China in recent months.

*A massive sinkhole at a condominium complex in Florida has swallowed a car and authorities say that it is still growing.

*More than 100 sinkholes have been recorded this year in Hillsborough, Polk and Pasco counties by the Florida Geological Survey.

*Another stunningly large sinkhole recently swallowed a car in one St. Louis neighborhood.

*In Milwaukee, Wisconsin a utility truck recently fell into a huge sinkhole that suddenly developed in the middle of the street.

*The city council of Mobile, Alabama has approved an emergency expenditure to repair a sinkhole large enough to swallow a car.

*A massive sinkhole that recently appeared on the Trans-Canada Highway east of the Alberta-Saskatchewan border was so huge that it totally stopped traffic in both directions until it was repaired.
So could it just be a coincidence that we are seeing so many sinkholes around the globe?
Or is something else going on?The truth is that earthquakes are up significantly in 2010, and all kinds of weird earth changes are going on.
So will we see even more earth activity as we approach 2012?
Nobody knows for sure, but it definitely looks like we are in for an interesting ride.

1197795/At the same time, the number of sinkhole claims being made appear to be rising in a dramatic fashion. Citizens Property Insurance Corp., the state's second largest multi-peril home insurer, told a state Senate committee during a hearing on the sinkhole issue that the number of claims being made to the company has more than doubled since 2005.Read more: [link to]

875736/Pole shift is causing some changes in the earth's crust.
Gravitational pressure is beginning to impact, as the
planet (which has a pronounced equatorial bulge) axis

1197795/It's easy to understand what the ancients meant by "The Pits of Hell"
Last time this happened 3600 years ago there were sinkholes galore too.
When Satan, AKA the Extrasolar Star (brown dwarf), AKA Lucifer, makes it's rounds the Earth starts opening up

860325/Interesting to think about the insurance company's ending earthquake coverage in Florida, a state not really known for earthquakes. If i recall correctly, not to long before the unexpected yet expected by the military Haiti quake.

In the past St.Louis was full of sinkholes, in some older areas i hear they just built around them. Perhaps fault lines waking up are the causation?

I saw a thread here that mentioned plumes of coal and sand and such bursting out of the ground during the New Madrid events...Out of sinkholes not yet breached?

It would be interesting to see some ground penetrating radar surveys of these sinkhole areas, they have satellites with this equipment on board. You know someone has data showing these voids at points before they open up on the surface.

1202491/If you start at the end and work backward, the sinkhole trend makes sense. The pace of the end time warnings from God (the birth pangs) is definitely increasing, as birth pangs do before the birth event. In this case the birth is the Millennium Age upon a renewed earth.

In the very end Isaiah 24:19 tells us that the earth will crack apart: "The earth is broken asunder, The earth is split through, The earth is shaken violently." Sinkholes are a precursor to that

Just before Isaiah's prophecy is fulfilled, Jesus judges the earth, and in so doing massive geo-physical changes are rendered upon it:

"And there was a great earthquake, such as there had not been since man came to be upon the earth, so great an earthquake was it, and so mighty. The great city was split into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell. ... And every island fled away, and the mountains were not found. (Rev 16:18b-19a, 20)". Not to mention 100lb hail stones that flatten everything that occurs just before the great EQ. (Rev 16)

And just before that. in Rev 6 at the opening of the first seals, more earth changes take place: "I watched as he opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, 13and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind. 14The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place." (Rev 6:12-14)

And just before that we are told that "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places." Matthew 24:6-7

Luke added some details: "Then he said to them: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. 11 There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven." Luke 21:10-11 and more: "There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea." Luke 21:25

That brings us up to now. So we can see that great earth changes are prophesied to take place and are indeed taking place. These ARE the end times, and the Church Age will soon conclude and the weight of judgment will be upon the world in a time called the Great Tribulation (Matthew 24), or The Time of Jacob's Trouble Jeremiah 30). The sinkholes, earthquakes, extreme weather, and wars and rumors of wars are not a coincidence. It's Jesus, and he is coming back soon. Are you ready?

1208122 have heard that when the Icecaps reach maturity, the force they press down onto the "Crust" of the Earth is enormous which in turn begins to liquify the Crust into a toothpaste consistency which then begins to act like a lubricant which allows the Crust to slip or what has become known as a pole shift.
I wonder if Sinkholes are a precursor to the actual Pole Shift?
It would make sense if the the actual crust underneath us began to liquify and give way

Monday, December 20, 2010

prayOhLord,for blessings,and forgivness and
this is for-real folks!
and so it begins.......................

Scientists Reporting Mysterious shifting of the earth's core
Sunday, December 19, 2010 3:03
Earth’s Core ‘Mysteriously’ Shifts Causing near Simultaneous Antipodal Earthquakes in Central America, South America and Indonesia
Russian scientists are reporting that the Earth’s core has experienced a mysterious ‘shifting’, as yet for unexplained reasons, but has caused near simultaneous earthquakes in both the countries of Indonesia and its antipodal counterparts of Panama, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

United States Space Agency NASA stated; "NASA scientists using data from the Indonesian earthquake calculated it affected Earth's rotation, decreased the length of day, slightly changed the planet's shape, and shifted the North Pole by centimeters. The earthquake that created the huge tsunami also changed the Earth's rotation."

When North Becomes South: New Clues to Earth's Magnetic Flip-Flops

Our planet's magnetic field reverses about once every 200,000 years on average. However, the time between reversals is highly variable. The last time Earth's magnetic field flipped was 780,000 years ago, according to the geologic record of Earth's polarity. It is not a matter of whether it will happen, but when.

Next time Earth's magnetic field flips, compass needles will point South instead of North. But scientists can't say when it will occur, and until now they've disagreed on how long the transitions take.

A new study pins down how long it took for the last four reversals to play out. It also finds that the dramatic turnarounds occur more quickly nearer the equator than at higher latitudes closer to the poles.

That means folks living during the next reversal -- which some scientists speculate might be underway -- will see compasses change and behave differently in different locations.

It is generally accepted that during a reversal, the geomagnetic field decreases to about 10 percent of its full polarity value," Clement said. "After the field has weakened, the directions undergo a nearly 180 degree change, and then the field strengthens in the opposite polarity direction. The magnetic field lines extend out beyond Earth's atmosphere and provide the first line of defense against strong solar storms.

Earth's Magnetic Field Is Fading

Earth's geodynamo creates a magnetic field that shields most of the habited parts of our planet from charged particles that come mostly from the sun. The field deflects the speeding particles toward Earth's Poles.

Without our planet's magnetic field, Earth would be subjected to more cosmic radiation. The increase could knock out power grids, scramble the communications systems on spacecraft, temporarily widen atmospheric ozone holes, and generate more aurora activity.

Cracks in Earth's Defenses Let Space Storms In

Earth's magnetic field emanates from the poles and extends beyond the atmosphere and past the highest Earth-orbiting satellites.

Earth's natural defenses are routinely compromised by huge cracks that open up for hours, allowing space storms to pour through like a hurricane through an open window.

The magnetic field absorbs the brunt of a solar storm, which is a huge cloud of charged particles, ions and electrons. The Sun constantly spits out a "wind" of these particles. During intense activity, it can shoot a coronal mass ejection (CME) our way. A CME -- the most damaging sort of solar storm -- is to the solar wind what a hurricane is to a summer breeze.

Magnetic Storms Rip Through Earth's Magnetosphere

A magnetic storm produces about a million megawatts of electricity, enough to power the United States. the Sun regularly sends massive solar explosions of radiative plasma with the intensity of a billion megaton bombs hurtling through the solar system. The travel time for the solar wind from the Sun to the Earth is two to four days.

The Sun's corona can rip open and spew as much as 20 billion tons of material into space -- equivalent to the mass of 200,000 cruise ships. These explosions are known as coronal mass ejections (CMEs), the hurricanes of space weather.

When a CME ploughs into the solar wind, it can create a shock wave that accelerates particles to dangerously high energies. Behind that shock wave, the CME expands into a huge cloud that engulfs planets in its path with plasma.

The solar wind pushes and stretches Earth's protective magnetic field into a vast, comet-shaped region called the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere and Earth's atmosphere protect us from the solar wind and other solar and cosmic radiations.

Luckily for us, few CMEs are aimed at the Earth. If a CME erupts on the side of the Sun facing us, the results around Earth can be spectacular and sometimes hazardous.

At the speed of light, flashes of X-rays and ultraviolet rays from the Sun arrive at the Earth in 8 minutes. Hitting the atmosphere they cause disturbances in the ionosphere, which reflects radio signals. Changes in the ionosphere can interrupt short-wave radio transmissions and cause errors in navigation systems.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Dude, Where's My Mortgage? How an Obscure Outfit Called MERS Is Subverting Our Entire System of Property Rights
Published on 12-17-2010
By Yasha Levine - Exiled Online
“For the first time in the nation’s history, there is no longer an authoritative, public record of who owns land in each county.” — University of Utah law professor Christopher Peterson

There is an unbelievable scandal in the making that threatens to subvert our four-century-old method for guaranteeing a fundamental building block of the American republic—property ownership. The biggest reason why you probably haven’t heard much about it is that it involves one of the most generic and boring company names imaginable: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., or MERS. It is a story of deception engineered at the highest level of power for short-term gain, and another epic failure of the private sector to uphold the laws and traditions of American society, even something as fundamental as property rights.

Created in 1995 by the country’s biggest banks, MERS quietly took control of and privatized mortgage record-keeping across the country and, in the span of a few years, scrambled America’s private property ownership records to the point where no one could figure out who owns what. This was no accident, and was done by design: MERS was a tool used by America’s top financial institutions to pump up the real estate market. Mortgage-backed securities, robo-signers, lightning quick foreclosures, subprime mortgages and just about everything else that went into feeding the biggest real estate bubble in U.S. history could not function without help from MERS. But unlike many of the Wall Street scandals, this one could blow up in the banks’ faces, with the little guy laughing all the way back to his free McMansion, and local governments seeing their empty coffers fill back up with the billions of dollars in unpaid fees that MERS circumvented.

The story begins in mid-’90s with the founding of MERS, Inc. by the nation’s most powerful banks, ostensibly with the aim of streamlining and modernizing the process of registering and tracking mortgages. Traditionally, there has been no centralized registry of real estate ownership information, with counties maintaining their own records for properties within their borders—a system that has remained virtually unchanged since colonial times.

The MERS database went live in the middle of the dot-com bubble, and was supposed take inefficient government bureaucracies kicking and screaming into the future by providing a centralized, national registry of mortgage ownership information. “MERS addresses a problem that was costing the industry a significant amount of money,” Rick Amatucci, a Fannie Mae vice president and the agency’s liaison with MERS, told Mortgage Banking magazine, just as the new registry went online in 1997. The database would give lenders across the country instant access to real-time mortgage information, diminish potential for fraud, and lower costs for servicers and borrowers, according to Mortgage Banking Association, which was tasked with overseeing the project.

But that kind of talk was just for the press release. The banking industry wasn’t concerned with efficiency or transparency or the greater good. It was all about making money, as quickly and cheaply as possible. And that is what MERS was for. It was created to help the industry push its latest money-maker: mortgage-backed securities, a Wall Street financial scam that dressed up the most toxic, guaranteed-to-fail loans as Grade A investment vehicles that could be sold to suckers looking for an easy gain.

But before mortgage-backed securities could be unleashed on the residential housing market on a massive scale, bankers needed to get rid of America’s long-standing real estate recording laws, which required lenders to file all mortgage transactions—the origination of a new loan, for instance, or the transfer or sale of a mortgage between banks—with the county in which the property is located. While this recording requirement was not a problem in the sleepy pre-securitization days of the home loan business, when mortgage transactions were kept to a minimum, it was going to be much more difficult—if not impossible—with widespread use of securitization, which jacked up the industry like high-grade meth. Mortgages would be changing hands dozens of times, going from loan originators to banks to Wall Street investment houses, which would collect them by the thousands and package them into complex debt instruments that would be chopped up into shares and sold off to multiple investors all over the world.

Bankers needed a quick, clean way of reassigning mortgages without having to go through the “cumbersome” process of recording them with county courts and recorder offices. But instead of working with municipalities to modernize title registration by a creating a national database that was aboveboard and that everyone could use, the banking industry did what it does best: hid the information with sly accounting tricks.

And it succeeded. In just a few short years, MERS took over the bulk of residential mortgage registration. There are about 80 million residential mortgages in America today, and MERS tracks 60 percent of them.

“[M]ortgage bankers formed a plan to create one shell company that would pretend to own all the mortgages in the country—that way, the mortgage bankers would never have to record assignments since the same company would always ‘own’ all the mortgages,” wrote University of Utah law professor Christopher Peterson, who wrote a key paper on MERS and the mortgage industry.

Here is how the plaintiffs in a class action suit filed in Florida in July 2010 against MERS and a legal firm described the MERS registration system:

The whole purpose of MERS is to allow “servicers” to pretend as if they are someone else: the “owners” of the mortgage, or the real parties in interest. In fact they are not. … With the oversight of Defendant Merscorp and its unknown principals, the MERS artifice and enterprise evolved into an “ultra-fictitious” entity, which can also be understood as a “meta-corporation.” To perpetuate the scheme, MERS was and is used in such a way that the average consumer, or even legal professional, can never determine who or what was or is ultimately receiving the benefits of any mortgage payments. The conspirators set about to confuse everyone as to who owned what. They created a truly effective smokescreen which has left the public and most of the judiciary operating “in the dark” through the present time.

The use of MERS as a generic placeholder for the real owner of a mortgage was a crucial component of the entire securitization machine.”[T]he entire scheme was predicated upon the fraudulent designation of MERS as the ‘beneficiary’ under millions of deeds of trust,” according to a class action suit filed in Nevada in 2009 against MERS and all the big, crooked banks we’ve learned to fear and hate. “Before MERS, it would not have been possible for mortgages with no market value . . . to be sold at a profit or collateralized and sold as mortgage-backed securities. Before MERS, it would not have been possible for the Defendant banks and AIG to conceal from government regulators the extent of risk of financial losses those entities faced from the predatory origination of residential loans and the fraudulent re-sale and securitization of those otherwise non-marketable loans.”

How efficient was MERS at perpetuating trickery in the real estate market? Well, according to statistics published by the U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crime Enforcement Network, from 1997—the year MERS went online—to 2005, mortgage fraud reports increased by 1,411 percent.

The MERS hustle had another benefit: it saved the banking industry—and cost municipal governments—tens of billions of dollars by allowing lenders to avoid paying county filing fees, which cost an average of $30 a pop. According to the AP, if every mortgage tracked by MERS had been resold and re-recorded with a county just one time, the system would have saved the banking industry $2.4 billion in filing fees. In reality, most mortgages are sold and resold a dozen times—sometimes more, which means that MERS extracted at minimum around $30 billion from cash-strapped local governments. “Some counties also use recording fees to fund their court systems, legal aid organizations, low-income housing programs, or schools. In this respect, MERS’s role in acting as a mortgagee of record in nominee capacity is simply a tax evasion tool,” says Professor Peterson.

But there was one major downside to the scam: because MERS departed from established real estate recording requirements, there was no guarantee that its claim to ownership, if challenged, would be honored by the courts.

Transparent real property registration was one of the earliest—and most important—functions of the American government, a practice that has changed amazingly little since the colonial times. According to “Foreclosure, Subprime Mortgage Lending, and the Mortgage Registration System,” American colonists began to enact laws requiring land sales, transfers and mortgages to be entered into the public record with a government agency going back almost 400 years. The Massachusetts Plymouth Bay Colony adopted its first such “recording law” in 1636, which stated that “all sales exchanges giftes mortgages leases or other Conveyances of howses and landes the sale to be acknowledged before the Governor or anyone of the Assistants and committed to publick Record.”

By the time the Boston Tea Party rolled around, every English colony had passed laws that required lenders and landowners to enter their names and property and mortgage information into the public record. The reasons for the popularity of the laws are simple and utilitarian: transparent public records of property ownership prevented disputes over who owned what and allowed people to use land as collateral on loans. “The necessity and usefulness of these early public title records is attested to by their nearly universal and uninterrupted force in subsequent American law. Indeed, Pennsylvania’s first recording act, first adopted in 1717, remains in force to this day,” wrote Peterson. Banks that failed to register mortgage transactions risked losing their ability to enforce the contract. And that is exactly what is on the verge of happening with mortgages registered with MERS.

Dozens of lawsuits all across the country have been filed against MERS and its partners to put this very issue to the test. And while most of them are still ongoing, it’s clear that MERS is fighting for its life.

The Wall Street Journal:

Now, critics and homeowners facing foreclosure are increasingly challenging, among other things, MERS’ role and legal standing in home foreclosures where it acts as legal representative of the mortgage holder. MERS has fought and won legal challenges in the past. But the nationwide epidemic of foreclosures in the wake of the housing collapse will present it with a wave of challenges unlike any it has seen previously.

Trouble for MERS could add risk to banks by slowing down the securitization process, and creating uncertainty during a time when banks are struggling to reassure shareholders and customers. One hedge fund investor said Friday that questions around MERS are adding to his concerns about banks in the mortgage business and are keeping him from investing in the sector.

While MERS officials say they are confident about their business model, it has become clear that their scheme might very well be on the verge of toppling. On November 17, Congress quietly rammed through a sneaky, vaguely worded bill that would have legalized MERS’ dealings retroactively. And while the bill didn’t pass, we can expect Wall Street’s lackeys in Congress to continue their efforts. After all, if courts continue to rule against MERS’s business model—and it looks like they will—many homes may become foreclosure proof. As Reuters put it: “If court rulings against MERS’ authority to foreclose proliferate, many foreclosure cases may be halted indefinitely, and some homeowners in default may end up with clear title to their homes.” Owners will still owe money to banks, but their homes would no longer be counted as collateral on the loan. In short, banks would not be able to kick people out of their homes. And clearly, that is something that America’s plutocracy just cannot abide.


So who or what is MERS? How was this little-known corporation able to change nearly 400 years of legal practice in the span of a decade, and do so much damage so quickly? And why did no one blow the whistle?

As a result of the lawsuits being filed against MERS, a lot of previously unknown information about the inner workings of MERS is coming to light.

The people who developed the concept of MERS were connected with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as the most corrupt lending institutions in America. People like Brian Hershkowitz, former director of the Mortgage Bankers Association and founder of the association’s technology committee that oversaw the early development of MERS in the early ’90s, according to a homeowner-turned-activist-blogger, who is involved in a class action lawsuit against MERS (In 1993, Mortgage Banking magazine referred to this new mortgage resignation system as “New Age Delivery.”)

“Ain’t accounting fraud great?”

Hershkowitz was an early tech-booster in the banking industry, heralding a new age where efficiency and profitability would reign supreme. In the early 90s he attributed the success of Countrywide Financial to the fact that it embraced emerging computer technology. “They use technology in ways that give them a competitive advantage and set them apart. They were operating with excess capacity, and now they are putting it to use,” Hershkowitz, then-associate director of the Mortgage Bankers Association, told the New York Times in 1991. A few years later he went to work for Countrywide as an executive involved in “areas of strategic planning and executive management.” From 1982 to 2003, Countrywide performed like a Ponzi scheme, with shareholders gleefully getting a 23,000.0 percent return on their investment, until the bank collapsed under the weight of its own fraud schemes in 2007.

It seems that MERS has operated along similar lines. According to sworn testimony by various MERS executives, the organization has cycled through four different corporate entities in its brief lifespan. MERS also has almost no paid employees and does not seem to keeps any records or minutes of corporate meetings. When pressed to explain the inner workings of the organization, its executives evaded questions, feigned ignorance and generally acted like provincial mafia bosses on trial—exactly the kind of professionalism one would expect for a company responsible for tracking the ownership information of 50 million mortgages. It was just a couple of guys sitting around, chatting, smoking…and making sure not to leave any evidence behind. No wonder county officials who blew the whistle on MERS early on were squashed.

Edward Romaine, a Republican recorder of deeds for New York’s Suffolk County, was one of the few officials who tried to refuse to take filings from MERS. “He argued that not only would the county lose out on fees—$1 million in one year alone—but that MERS failed to even maintain a clear chain of title on a property. He got backing from New York’s attorney general,” reported the Associated Press. MERS sued Suffolk County and took the case all the way up to the state’s highest court, where it won on appeal in 2007. The court forced the county to accept MERS filings because the county lacked the statutory authority. Put another way, the court forced a municipal government to do business with a criminal organization, despite objections from county officials.

MERS cost local governments billions of dollars in lost revenue, but there is a chance that the cash-strapped counties will be able to claw some of that money back. Lawsuits have been filed against MERS in California, Nevada, Tennessee and 14 other states that accuse the company of functioning as a tax evasion vehicle designed to help banks circumvent filing fee requirements. “In California, the suit against MERS could cost the company somewhere between $60 to $120 billion in damages and penalties. With so much money extracted from California’s municipalities, no wonder the Golden State is facing a $25 billion budget gap,” reported the Associated Press.

We’re constantly being told that liberalization, deregulation and privatization automatically equal greater freedom and increased efficiency. But MERS provides us with a different narrative, one in which the government works perfectly well, when not corrupted by corporations who want to use it to loot public wealth.

Watch for some major distractions away from this unraveling octopus! Most can't wrap their brain around the all the tentacles yet, but all hell will break loose when it starts to sink in that the lawyer's, the judges, the government, the media etc..etc..are all tools that made this monster of deception possible.

I've read the whole document. This potential Class Action suit (only a complaint at the moment) encompasses all property owners that has ever had a mortgage in the name of MERS. It seeks to attain damages at roughly 3 times the value of the property plus the title quieted to them. It explains in great detail how extent the fraud is and how the banks, as trustees of MERS, knowingly partook in the MERS scam as so the mortgages can be traded electronically as Mortgage Backed Securities and mortgage note never required to be signed in writing when ownership of the said mortgage was sold to another. There is virtually now way to show the chain of ownership and often times the mortgage note has already been paid for, sold, and was itself lost or destroyed.

MERS (Mortgage Electronic Systems, Inc & MERSCORP) is an electronic registration system created by the banks. They purposefully put the mortgage in the name of MERS (check your mortgage agreement to see if MERS is your mortgagee)

MBS (Mortgage Backed Securities) are securities created even before any loan is even given, comprised of about 5,000 mortgage, sold to investors on Wall Street. "From the time of the Great Depression up and until 1999, the conversion of loans into MBS was illegal."

They did the same thing with our federally backed school loans.

However, I doubt anything will ever come of it, because the federal government makes up the rules as it goes these days.
MBS/Trustees and their lawyers discovered in the foreclosure process that the Note and Mortgage Assignments would never be located because they never existed. They also discovered that states did not allow blank Assignments or Assignments with retroactive effective dates. To solve the problem of the missing and non-existent Assignments, the MBS/Trustees, their attorneys and their Servicing Agents, decided to fabricate Assignments from thin air and then quietly record the fabricated Assignments.

In and about the years 1998 and 1999, with the final desecration of the Glass-Steagall Act, the mortgage industry introduced new “products” into the American marketplace in order to create massive amounts of mortgage loan “lists” to be listed as the assets of Mortgage Backed Securities, (“MBS”.) The borrowers taking out these loans were unaware of the fact that their loan was never a true negotiable instrument, but securitized and sold prior to them ever reaching the closing table. These products included “non-documentation loans” and adjustable rate mortgages, known as “ARMS.” Mortgage lenders, acting in coordination with one another, relaxed their standards for lending, which made an entirely new class of lower-income individuals eligible to receive loans. This, in turn, artificially drove up property “values.” As part and parcel of this scheme, investment “banks” and other lenders accepted appraisals “documenting” the new, higher values, and approved hundreds of thousands of applications for financing, most of which would normally have been declined.

This is at the core of the whole housing bubble and ultimately what caused the worldwide recession.

earthquakes on the rise in America

this is Oklahoma -
these are not normal seismic activity for this region. my belief is that this is a warning for the big one - ive read a lot of speculation that the big one will come between now and end of year-and so it begins.....

Mothman Sightings in L.A.: Huge Earthquake Predicted for Dec. 19-24

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All the indicators are there: Mothman-like sightings, UFO encounters, swarms of Gulf of California quakes, animal attacks (such as the mountain goat killing of the hiker), pet disappearances, and moody people (like a mother stabbing twins). I would not doubt that car chases are on the increase too.

We certainly know from research that changes in animal behavior and the appearance of earthquake lights are predictors of earthquakes. Could there be more bizarre precusors? You name it and SoCal seems to be generating lots of strange indications of the big one shaking soon. Does Mother Earth foreshadow her events so overtly and covertly? Perhaps.
Mothman is never wrong!
There was a Great Dane that mauled an infant the other day in So Cal as well. Strange things are afoot.
The air is thick with tension as well.
have you ever experienced an EQ on a rainy day? I never have. All the big ones I've been through have been on clear days.
Charlie Frost/For about the last 6 months I sometimes get this vision in my head (a flash of a picture if you like) of a news page titled "Huge 7.5 quake hits california" (or similar). I don't consider myself a psychic though my intiution has saved my butt on several occasions. In fact recently it probably prevented me from dieing in a car accident.

danes1/Iceland Under Attack? HAARP Activity Corresponds With Iceland Earthquake Swarms Who’d benefit, and why Iceland?

1. Iceland didn’t take the bail out and hasn’t wanted to knuckle under to the EU. They still have a strong free market economy and are poised for recovery. That’s not falling in line with the program.

2. In addition, Iceland recently established themselves as a “free speech haven” to protect journalists and their sources, even offering censorship-free servers and other services to journalists and internet businesses. Sound like an idea those wanting an internet crackdown would like to see happen?

3. More volcanos would also further exascerbate the horrific weather Europe is experiencing. That should keep their minds off of politics, their engineered economic maelstrom and quell any thoughts about demonstrating now, wouldn’t it?


4. Mighty nice distraction from the Wiki-storm and all its fallout, wouldn’t you say?

EARTHQUAKES FALL ON THE 26th day of the month
26 is the number of God's name

Here's a few:
Haiti May 26 2010
Indian Ocean Quake and Tsunami December 26 2004
On 26 January 2001 an earthquake registering 7.9 on the Richter scale devastated the Indian state of Gujarat
July 26, 1963 Skopje earthquake

the midrid fault is being affected,,along latitude 35 across the state of arkansas to central oklahoma a nearly daily swam of small quakes has been on going since the rig sank and the 7+ haiti quake --some days Guy AR will have over 20 per day and those in OK more often and are getting stronger lately-all are on the 35 latitude across 400+miles meeting the Madrid on the M River,,we had just a few quakes a year in this area before the drilling took place.

everything is connected, depopulation as No.1 goal

Friday, December 17, 2010


Monday, December 13, 2010

Keeping an Eye on Central U.S. and the New Madrid ~ UPDATED 12-13-2010

2.7 ~ 2010/12/13 09:41:46 35.320 -92.324 3.3 ARKANSAS
2.5 ~ 2010/12/13 09:22:31 35.312 -92.316 3.8 ARKANSAS
2.5 ~ 2010/12/13 08:53:20 35.316 -92.319 4.1 ARKANSAS
2.7 ~ 2010/12/13 08:51:40 35.315 -92.317 4.7 ARKANSAS
3.1 ~ 2010/12/13 06:59:01 35.316 -92.323 5.4 ARKANSAS
2.7 ~ 2010/12/13 04:14:32 35.324 -92.317 3.4 ARKANSAS
2.7 ~ 2010/12/12 08:02:31 35.850 -96.823 5.0 OKLAHOMA
3.3 ~ 2010/12/12 01:07:56 35.412 -96.968 5.0 OKLAHOMA
2.5 ~ 2010/12/10 02:13:03 35.585 -96.874 5.0 OKLAHOMA
2.3 ~ 2010/12/08 15:40:33 35.481N 84.519W 15.8 4 km ( 3 mi) SSE of Niota, TN
2.6 ~ 2010/12/07 16:34:17 35.305 -92.314 4.8 ARKANSAS
2.5 ~ 2010/12/05 06:25:08 35.31N 92.31W 5 ARKANSAS

New 'Montauk Monster' spotted in PanamaA mystery creature reportedly beaten to death by a group of teenagers in Panama is the subject of much speculation on the web.
The beast's hairless, rubbery body and revolting features have drawn comparisons with the Montauk Monster, the still-unidentified animal photographed on a New York beach last year.

According to reports in Panama, the teenagers spotted the creature crawling out of a cave while playing in the town of Cerro Azul north of Panama City.

Fearing for the safety as it moved towards them, the youths claim they attacked the beast with sticks before throwing its lifeless body into a pool of water.

aww i feel so sorry for this creature, and if it were i who were to find this thing, i would NOT torment it. myGOD what is wrong with people today?
so sad.
    i will HURT somebody,,anybody i see hurting a defenseless animal - i hate  peeople who don't care at all about animals. they r too superficial and narcissist!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

going to caterack surgey
after surgery,, i will never go thru that again,,it was awful, dont letem fool ya,,i ts a bitch of a hassel.
i painted this, chemtrals .
before the end of 2010 there is suppose to be a MAJOR event that will shock the world. Major Earth change, plate movements, 21 days left...

"Watch therefore, and pray always, that you may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man." Luke 21:36

Eerie image captured in woods

Deer stand camera snaps bizarre animal

Thursday, December 02, 2010

someone asked the NASA scientist about finding ET out there, the scientist responded that this is BIG step in discovering ET ...
this was so so awesome. i could jump for joy over this news.
i will see a ufo,or an alien one day, i will .
i hope i have my camera with me when it happens.

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