Friday, April 8, 2011

504 - "Lest We Forget" - The Hurricane Song

Hurricane Katrina - Hurricane Song
 by Allen Watty

"beggin ya for water again and again..."

Do you know how many people have told me their personal Katrina stories of how their elderly, how mothers and fathers of families asking for water for their sick and dying, and being rejected by those who had it???

This city is deeply rooted in my heart for always...
"Pendant tous les jours - ma famille, mes amis, pendant tous les jours à mon coeur."

Thursday, April 7, 2011

A Time for Conscious, Thoughtful, Planetary Preparation: Earthquake Awareness

Who'dat? Dat's Loueeseanna! 

Is the Massive Puerto Rico Trench Awakening?

Tue, 28 Jun 2011 06:58 CDT







Worldwide Map:


Bottled Water (drinking and hygiene)
SALT - and Baking Soda
Dried and Can Foods
Emergency Kit
Blankets, Flashlight, Extra Lighter, Candles

There are lots of sites up on the Internet about preparedness. Try googling words such as "bug out bags", etc.

If you drive, a plan of where you want to evacuate to - high ground.

Get to know the Madrid Fault line - research and read up on what is occuring.

Talk with your neighbors, family, friends about preparedness. Share information.

Preparedness. Thoughtful preparedness is the byword.

Planetary prayers for the suffering.

One Love,
your Planetary Sister

Planetary Update:


3.9 2011/04/07 23:11:0935.250-92.3736.1  3 km ( 2 mi) NNE of Greenbrier, AR

2.2 2011/04/07 09:48:0035.247-92.3514.0  4 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.5 2011/04/07 10:03:3435.243-92.3593.2  3 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.4 2011/04/07 06:01:5635.243-92.3494.6  4 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.1 2011/04/07 05:56:2135.240-92.3582.9  3 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.2 2011/04/07 05:25:4735.240-92.3655.7  2 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.1 2011/04/07 04:28:5135.238-92.3523.7  3 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

3.4 2011/04/07 02:34:5035.232-92.3676.3  2 km ( 1 mi) E of Greenbrier, AR

Sourced: USGS

And this is only for Greenbrier, AR - check:



4.2 2011/04/08 14:56:3235.254-92.3525.0  4 km ( 3 mi) NE of Greenbrier, AR

2.6 2011/04/08 13:16:4835.236-92.3666.0  2 km ( 1 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.6 2011/04/08 12:46:3935.237-92.3663.5  2 km ( 1 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

3.0 2011/04/08 10:12:5335.252-92.3915.2  3 km ( 2 mi) N of Greenbrier, AR

2.5 2011/04/08 09:13:5735.254-92.3604.6  4 km ( 2 mi) NE of Greenbrier, AR

2.5 2011/04/08 06:47:4335.243-92.3603.5  3 km ( 2 mi) ENE of Greenbrier, AR

2.9 2011/04/08 04:35:0435.253-92.3574.6  4 km ( 2 mi) NE of Greenbrier, AR

2.2 2011/04/08 03:30:3435.258-92.3684.9  4 km ( 2 mi) NNE of Greenbrier, AR

3.2 2011/04/08 03:27:5835.188-92.4075.0  4 km ( 3 mi) ESE of Wooster, AR

2.9 2011/04/08 00:28:2435.246-92.3682.2  3 km ( 2 mi) NE of Greenbrier, AR

New Orleans, LA
County: Orleans Parish
State: Louisiana
Country: United States

Latitude: 29.954   Longitude: -90.075

Planetary Comment: I don't know about others, but I have been feeling swaying, nauseousness, and tremblings, especially on Tuesday 4/5/2011, between 8-10 pm. Had my bare feet on the floor, surfin the net, floor was trembling. A week back, my big easy chair swayed from side to side about 5 or so seconds. Nature tells me he felt tremblings about 4 a.m. a week back. I think the houses here are more sensitive to movements under them, and even more so if you are in a neighborhood which was once a swamp and filled in.

Another thing those who live in the gulf area need to be aware of all the holes in the earth from drilling for oil/gas - active and inactive - and our "capped" oil volcano. Oil has already been seeping out in the gulf recently. These are all signs to take into thoughtful consideration.

So the whole planet is shaking, some areas more than others, eventually the pressure is going to give and the plates are going to shift. That is why preparedness is key. Just like a hurricane. Have a bug out bag ready for you and yours.

Mother Nature will speak to us, we just need to have "eyes that see, and ears that hear."

Arkansas Earthquake Swarms

Planetary Links-Updates:



ONE Love.

New Orleans - 7th Ward Proud - 504 Cultured

Sea Turtles and Dolphins Washing Ashore in Gulf

Sea turtles continue to wash ashore along the Gulf, forcing the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to scramble and figure out what is causing the spike. Last week, the Natural Resources Defense Council and The Huffington Post were first to publish blogs about the sea turtle deaths in Mississippi. Since then, the national media picked up the story. Last Friday, NMFS released a statement with some details about its investigation:

In the past few weeks, we've seen an increase in turtle strandings in the northern Gulf, primarily in Mississippi. The spring time is the typical time when turtle strandings in this region begin to increase, but the sharp increases in recent days are of concern to us….NOAA Fisheries is in contact with the states of MS and LA regarding current trawl and other fishery activity that can result in turtle by catch and mortality. In addition, tests will be done for biotoxins, such as those from harmful algae blooms, which are common in the Gulf. …All causes of death, including petroleum, will be investigated when possible based on decomposition. During a necropsy, the full GI tract is examined for product or evidence of oil ingestion. Additionally, samples are taken for PAH analysis. In addition, all turtles are being carefully examined for signs of external oiling.
Like the dolphin strandings this year, it's likely that many more turtles have died and will never be found. A recent study of dolphin deaths showed the true number of mortalities is probably 50 times what is recovered. As of Friday, NOAA says recent deaths of sea turtles, all of which are included on the Endangered Species list, include 6 in Alabama, 10 in Louisiana, and 47 in Mississippi. Make that at least 50 confirmed sea turtle deaths in Mississippi. This weekend, Pass Christian resident Shirley Tillman found three more dead turtles. Altogether, she has found nine this year. Over her more than 30 years in the community, she has never seen a dead turtle before. On Saturday, she took another walk on the beach, this time with a PBS television producer. Within an hour they found one turtle badly decomposed and hidden in marsh grass near Waveland. Shirley says she only discovered it because of the smell. On Sunday she went back to check on the turtle, which had been spray-painted orange for pick-up by authorities. That's when she was told there was yet another dead turtle on the beach nearby.

"It's crazy that I go out there nearly every day and find them. It makes me mad that NOAA is now trying to blame the shrimp fishermen for killing them in their nets when the shrimp season isn't even open yet and hardly any boats are out there." Shrimp fishermen feel the same way. They are required to use turtle excluders, devices that allow turtles to escape drowning in shrimp nets. Every year some turtles are killed by fishing boats inadvertently, but shrimpers say to blame them for the recent jump in turtle deaths is hard to believe. "It's about as ridiculous as anything else I heard during this whole oil spill," said Louisiana Shrimp Association President Clint Guidry. "This time of year shrimp fishermen are fixing their boats and getting ready for the main season that begins in May. I guess they've run out of excuses after saying everything is being killed by dead zones and algae, so now they need to blame us." Nearly two weeks ago a new oil spill from a shallow well off the Louisiana coast leaked oil into the water that resulted in a huge slick that stretched for miles and polluted parts of Grand Isle and other nearby marshes. The Coast Guard says it was due to oil leaking from a well being capped by Anglo-Suisse, an oil drilling firm based in Texas. Initially the company said it had leaked only 5 gallons of oil.

But the oil slick was clearly much bigger. According to a Skytruth, an analysis of the slick using satellite imagery shows the well may have gushed as much as 640,000 gallons of Louisiana crude into the sea. It's not clear what impact this oil spill has had on marine life. In Mississippi, Shirley Tillman believes BP oil has something to do with the dead sea life she constantly encounters by the shore. And she wonders how this may affect vacationers now flocking to the region. "It's bad enough for turtles and dolphins to be dying, but should people and their children be swimming in this water too?" That is not the kind of message BP or local politicians want to hear. Major PR campaigns are underway to convince people the Gulf is normal and the seafood is safe. That's the message they want to people to hear. But that message is at odds with the views of Gulf residents like Shirley Tillman. She sees a different reality every day she walks the beach.

GULF UPDATE 8/20/11 - Oil Rising Again from Macondo Well: BP Hires Fleet of 40 Shrimp Boats to Lay Boom Around Old Deepwater Horizon Site

You learn the darnedest things on the internets. For example, I just found out that the Gulf of Mexico is the primary disposal site for unexploded military munitions - over 30 million pounds of bombs, projectiles and chemical ordnance.

And because records are spotty and incomplete, we don't know exactly where these dumps are.

Prayers for the suffering.
One Love.
your Planetary Sister

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