The Big Wobble Headlines: Quick Read

Part 4 conclusion: 1914 the beginning of pangs of distress with dates derived from Bible prophecy will end sometime between 2040-2064
Part 4 Conclusion.

1914 the beginning of pangs of distress.
Quite a few influential people claimed the world changed forever in the year 1914.
One of my favourite writers, George Orwell wrote in his book Coming Up For Air: "People living up to 1914 had something never prevalent again, ever, after 1914."
He also wrote, "before 1914 people didn't think of the future as something to be terrified of like we do now, and life was not softer then, on the contrary, life was much harsher."

BOOM! Mexico colossus the Popocatepetl volcano spews a two-kilometre ash plume into the night sky causing doors and windows to shake 44 km's away
The Popocatepetl volcano sent a two-kilometre ash plume in an eruption last night, triggering an ash fall alert for communities in the vicinity.
The 9:06 pm eruption was accompanied by the emission of incandescent material that fell a few meters from the crater on the eastern slope of the volcano and the two-kilometre-high plume of ash, water vapour and gases.
The explosion was heard in nearby towns and caused windows and doors to vibrate as far away as Puebla city, located 44 kilometres to the east of the volcano.
Authorities have issued recommendations following the low-scale eruption, including limiting open-air activities, bringing pets indoors and avoiding eating meals outside.

Major quakes
The biggest quake of the year a mag 7.7 reduced to a mag 7.5 rocks Ecuador and Peru ringing in the 17th major quake of 2019
It is the biggest quake of the year so far, the earthquake, which happened near Ambato, Ecuador, has also been felt in Peru and Colombia, United States Geological Survey says.
The massive earthquake has rocked Ecuador at the border with Peru.
The quake initially measured magnitude 7.7 but no scaled down to magnitude 7.5, has been felt in both countries and parts of Colombia.
It happened around 224km (140 miles) east-southeast of Ambato, Ecuador, the United States Geological Survey says.

Extreme Weather
80 dead along with 43 missing from floods and landslides in the easternmost province of Papua Indonesia
Reuters: Authorities in Indonesia raised the death toll from floods and landslides in the easternmost province of Papua to nearly 80 on Monday as President Joko Widodo called for the urgent evacuation of victims from devastated communities.
The deadly floods and landslide struck at the weekend after torrential rain fell across the Cyclops mountain range, much of which has been stripped of tree cover by villagers chopping firewood and farmers cultivating plantations.
The death toll shot up to nearly 80 from 58 on Sunday as rescuers found more victims as they struggled to clear mud, rocks and shattered trees from the area near the provincial capital of Jayapura, including a 70 km stretch of road.

Hurricanes and cyclones
The death toll has risen to more than 500 as tens of thousands still awaiting rescue with time running out for Cyclone Idai victims
It is being described as a 'disaster on a scale we have ever experienced'
The full scope of devastation across three African nations may not be known for some time after the Cyclone Idai death toll surpasses 500; While tens of thousands are still awaiting rescue and rescuers fear time is running out.
Officials are claiming the death toll has risen to 242 in Mozambique.
In Zimbabwe, Defense Minister Oppah Muchinguri told the Associated Press that more than 120 bodies were washed into Mozambique by the flooding, bringing the death toll in Zimbabwe to at least 259.

The Sun awakes! Despite our Sun is now into Solar Minimum sunspot AR2736 stretches more than 100,000 km and is releasing CMEs toward Earth
Three days ago, sunspot AR2736 did not exist but now stretches more than 100,000 km across the Sun and is growing rapidly.
Despite the fact, our Sun is now into Solar Minimum, sunspot AR2736 has spat out 10 C-class solar flares in the last two days.
According to, sunspot AR2736 has a complicated magnetic field that is crackling with C-class solar flares.
Sunspots are islands of magnetism floating on the surface of the sun.
Most sunspots, like most magnets, have two poles + (N) and - (S). Sunspot ARorio2736, however, has multiple poles with areas of + and - jostling against one another.

Manmade disasters
Last week 214 whales died around New Zealand and Trump approved seismic tests that will harm thousands of Atlantic dolphins and whales.
Last week in a seven day period 214 whales, including, large sperm whales, pygmy killer whales, and pilot whales died in shallow waters around the coast of New Zealand, no one knows why, or do they?
Allegedly the US Navy, Australian Navy and New Zealand Navy were conducting a RIMPAC type underwater electronic weapons testing with Raytheon right where these whales died, I can not prove or confirm this but in a press release last week the President Trump administration approved seismic tests that could harm thousands of Atlantic dolphins and whales.

Climate Change
The hottest January ever the wettest February ever the hottest start to Autumn in 30 years the hottest March heatwave in 52 years: Australia 2019
Queenslanders are sweating through the hottest March heatwave in 52 years after the mercury hit 40C on Monday.
As many endure more blistering temperatures on Tuesday meteorologists have also warned that a massive thunderstorm is barrelling towards Australia's east coast.
A severe weather warning was issued on Monday and thunderstorms are expected to hit the Sunshine Coast and Gympie on Tuesday afternoon.
It comes after a slow-moving low-pressure trough directly over Queensland led to the hot air mass hitting the state's southeast yesterday.

A new disturbing Ebola-related virus has been found in bats in China known as the filovirus or Mengla virus and can be deadly to humans
Researchers have discovered a new Ebola-related virus in bats in China, a study says.
The potentially dangerous filovirus, known as Mengla virus, comes from the Rousettus bat in Yunnan Province, China, and can lead to fatal fever diseases in humans, according to findings published Monday in Nature Microbiology.
"Studying the genetic diversity and geographic distribution of bat-borne filoviruses is very important for risk assessment and outbreak prevention as this type of infectious disease can affect the general public without warning with devastating consequences," Wang Lin-Fa, Director of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Signature Research Programme at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, said in a news release.

Animal Die-Offs
A Virus and not a toxic algae is thought to be behind the deaths of hundreds of Florida fresh water turtles
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says an unknown virus may be to blame for hundreds of turtles dying in the St. Johns River.
According to a spokesperson for the commission, scientists at the University of Florida have identified a novel virus in 18 dead turtles discovered along the river.
They say the virus seems to be a common link in the samples.
Since last March, FWC says more about 300 fresh-water softshell and cooter turtles have been reported dead or sick in the massive river.

Photo of the day! From pristine blue sky to sickly yellow in 30 minutes: Chemtrails above North Holland
Photo Gary Walton
Yesterday I decided to sit in the garden and catch my first vitamin D rays of 2019.
Around 12: pm, I sat in a comfy chair ready to enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon in the garden.
Within minutes the pristine blue sky began to turn a sickly yellow as lines and lines of chemtrails appeared almost simultaneously, within half an hour the sun had been blotted out completely.
I managed to take a couple of pictures with my cell-phone.

Its the headline of 2019: "Record" high temperatures causing massive forest fires in Chile as government declares a 'state of catastrophe'
Chile on Tuesday declared a 'state of catastrophe' in three regions ravaged by forest fires that have killed two people and razed 10,000 hectares of land.
Declaring catastrophe in parts of Biobio, La Araucania and Los Rios paves the way for the armed forces to take part in the efforts to battle the blazes, said acting Interior Minister Rodrigo Ubilla.
He told reporters that the fires have "increased significantly," prompting officials to take more drastic measures.
"High temperatures, strong winds and low humidity have been factors" in sparking and spreading the fires, said Ubilla.

Photo of the day
Picture of the day: Very tame Blackbird lays two beautiful blue eggs just 1 meter above our dining table
Photo Credit MarJan Walton

Earlier this month we noticed a female Blackbird hanging around under our conservatory in the back garden.
She was incredibly tame and totally unfazed by being around humans and we soon realised she was building a nest just 1 meter above our dining table, see picture below.
She soon delivered two beautiful blue eggs.
She stayed with us for a week or so sitting in her nest while we all went about our business and she was obviously very comfortable living among us.
Unfortunately one morning we came downstairs to see our lady friend in her nest with broken eggshells and behaving in a distressed manner, we think the nest was attacked by Magpies earlier that morning.
She is still to be found in our garden however and she is still very tame.