It is with such words that I began my article written on January 7
2009 and published on mywebsite
THE GALACTIC CENTRE AND 2012
.This weather was not unexpected to me as I had been writing about an ice age coming tomuch of the Northern Hemisphere in my book:
THE GALACTIC CENTRE 2012 and the GreatWaves Coming in December
.The Galactic Centre was the reason for all the climate changesand natural disasters we are experiencing. It was after the Tsunami in December 2004 that Ifound the Mayan prediction of a disastrous end to this age was based on knowledge of theGalactic Centre and Great Year cycles and that the choice of December was connected to theeffect on the Sun crossing the Galactic Centre area in the heavens in that month and evenearly January. I discovered a great many disasters caused by such alignments.So what has happened since that winter of 2008-9? Were the cold temperatures in early2009 a fluke? I personally remember hearing of some pretty awful winter blizzards inAmerica the last few years and experiencing on my own flesh that the winter of 2009 to2010 where I live in Germany was a jot worse than the one before, and the one before that.However, what about more objective records? Wikipedia supports that the
winter of 2009–2010 in Europe
was unusually cold. It tells there were atypical snowfalls in several parts of the Northern Hemisphere and that in January 2010, the northern half of Europe was caughtin the grips of the coldest winter since 1981–1982. Snowfall began on 16 December 2009and many parts of Europe went on to experience heavy snowfall and record lowtemperatures. This in turn led to a number of deaths, widespread transport disruption,power failures and the postponing of sporting events.
What about North America? Are there any more precise records of what occurred there inthe last years? In 2009 we find that the winter onset was early and widespread.
With 20%of the USA covered in snow before the middle of October 2009. The article mentioning thisalso shows how there was a sharp but steady increase on previous years with 2003- .7, 2004-.3, 2005- 1.7, 2006- 3.7, 2007- .3, 2008-12.7,
percent on 13
October of eachyear.If you Google “
record cold snow in USA winter 2009 to 10
” as I did, you will find a number of articles telling of the coldest temperatures ever recorded and record amounts of snowfalling in blizzards.Also in Asia Wikipedia records the fatalities caused by the winter storms and increasedsnowfall of the last years.
Winter storms of 2009–2010 in East Asia