Tahoe Today: The winds of change 2012
What’s up Lake Tahoe? It’s December now and I am breathlessly awaiting the snow fall to begin. The town will come alive once more skiers will be romping the slopes and all the hotels will be filled to the brim. I can hardly wait, along with everyone else, for that first big snow storm of the year. I catch myself checking the weather report more frequently than before.
Living at the lake has always been simultaneously challenging and amazing. As the year 2011 comes to a close, I have high hopes for the Lake Tahoe in 2012.
Well let me tell you what I have read and what is to come. The metaphysical world has been focusing on the mighty Earth changes that will begin Dec. 21, 2012 when supposedly the Earth will be no more. According to the Mayan Calendar there will be mighty changes in the world they say (and who “they” are, I don’t know) if we are around to see it – meaning the ending of the world as we know it.
We are experiencing Earth changes as we speak – higher than normal winds. I live at the top of Kingsbury and we have clocked the winds well over 100 miles per hour. Not unusual for my neck of the woods, but very unusual for Los Angeles, the bay area and Sacramento. Just in case you haven’t noticed, the weather is definitely more fierce with mighty hurricane winds to come. This pattern will remain as such, well past the year of 2012, and for many moons to come.
I have read so much nonsense about 2012 my head is spinning. The truth of the matter in part is that some of what has been written is comparable to the Y-2-K event, and we all know what happened there. In fact I believe I still have my Y-2 K windup radio somewhere in the house.
I believe Dec. 21, 2012 will be just another day. However, I also believe that the Earth is speeding up, the wild weather is here to stay and whether there is a planetary alignment or not, its better to be in a safe place such as Lake Tahoe on higher ground.
No, the world will not end Dec. 21, 2012 it will continue on with us, or without us. However, it is time to prepare for unstable weather patterns of huge proportions mighty snow storms with periods of dryer than normal weather to come.
Have you noticed in November of this year, Tahoe reached the high 60’s dropping down to a low of 14 degrees. Crazy. I mentioned before that the Earth is speeding up, I have no real tangible proof of this matter, except for the fact that this is what I feel in my heart of hearts.
Time is speeding up and so is our weather pattern. What is to come Earthly-wise has been predicted in the Bible, along with Nostradamus, and many others. Time does not stand still. We need to build our homes a lot stronger more worthy of the new weather challenge. We need to have ample clean water to drink and a healthily food supply to survive the elements.
I have always felt so safe in Tahoe. I have always believed we could weather most of the elements to come. Remember that life will be more challenging and we can survive. And survive we must. Yes, Lake Tahoe will survive and is safe for many generations to come.
Dayle Schear is an internationally known psychic and television personality who worked extensively with “Hard Copy.” To ask Schear a question for this column, e-mail your specific question and phone number to ESP555555@aol.com.
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