Will the world end in fire? Planet X, sun scald, and wildfires

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  • What’s the connection between Planet X (Nibiru), sun scald, and wildfires?
  • Will sun scald set the world ablaze?  
  • Is sun scald the reason for the increase in wildfires?
  • Has the wildfire season become longer?
  • Read and you be the judge of that! 

We are fast approaching a time of simultaneous, continuous, and multiple disasters. Every state in the western United States has experienced an increase in the annual number of large wildfires, with fires occurring nearly five times more often, burning more than six times the land area as before, and lasting almost five times longer, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS),

Prediction: As far back as 2003, the Zetas of ZetaTalk spoke not only of something they called “sun scald,” but also of a time of simultaneous, multiple, and continuous disasters to come. They warned that, in the past, most major disasters had usually occurred one at a time – that is, if a wildfire or an earthquake happened in one place, support and rescue workers could rush in to assist, communications and travel were available, and there was time to recoup afterwards. They also warned of a time to come, when the ability to recoup from a disaster would be negated by the number of disasters occurring continuously and simultaneously, with no let up.

That time, if not already here, is fast approaching!

Are wildfires on the uptick?

Yes, wildfires are on the uptick around the world. We know the climate has, and is continuing, to change rapidly. Prevailing climate conditions have become warmer and drier. A major contributor to climate change is the Planet X (Nibiru) caused “earth wobble.” Sun scald is a major side effect caused by the entrance of Planet X (Nibiru) into the solar system.

“Sun scald” defined: Due to the presence of Planet X (Nibiru) and its massive debris tail in the solar system, the sun’s rays are being scattered. This scattering presents the same mix of rays at any time of day, that in the past was only presented at high noon. This scattering is the reason why the sun no longer appears a warm yellow but rather a hard, bright white, as the scattered light rays interfere with the steady state of yellow and increase the perception of the sun’s brightness. (Excerpted from ZetaTalk, 2005)

READ: “Sun scald” – No protection from sunburns or wild fires anymore

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What areas are most vulnerable to wildfires?

In recent years, the trend has been that wildfires are burning in more areas around the world more frequently. There have even been massive fires in Siberia and various other places around the world where we typically don’t see large-scale wildfires.

Presently, the areas most vulnerable to climate change and sun scald wildfires are in the boreal region, which stretches across the northern hemisphere through Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia, and Russia.

  • 2015 – Alaska and Indonesia – unusually large wildfires
  • 2015 – Record-breaking year in US with more than 10 million acres burned
  • 2016 – Canada, California, and Spain devastated by uncontrolled flames.
  • 2016 – Southern France, wildfire forces more than 1,000 people to flee homes
  • 2016 – Portugal wildfires swept the country with about 350 isolated fires
  • 2017 – Chile massive fires devastated regions of Chile
  • 2017 – Portugal deadly blaze claimed dozens of lives.
  • 2017 –  Russia this year to date, 1,287 wildfires as compared with 1,025 in all of 2016

Those with eyes to see and ears to hear will connect the dots, realizing that something major is happening to Earth and prepare.  The Pole Shift is near. Tick-tock, time is short. We all have free will. Believe and prepare or not, the chose is yours.

An event usually referred to as “the end of the world” is described in 2 Peter 3:10:
“The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire,
and the earth and everything in it will be laid bare.”  

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