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Boiling waters in Pacific Ocean and Tsunami’s on the West Coast – Kevin C.

Boiling waters in Pacific Ocean and Tsunami’s on the West Coast

Dec 19, 2019 10:23 AM
Kevin C.

I have been flooded over and over again with open visions and dreams of Tsunami’s on the West Coast of America.

In The first vision I was hovering over the Ocean waters just off the West coast. I could see the coastline of land in the far far distance. Suddenly the water began to heap up around me like a huge mountain. As the the mountain of water got bigger and bigger it began to rush towards land. But it headed toward Oregon instead of California. It poured ocean waters for miles inland destroying homes and buildings and lives in its path.

But Oregon? Lord why Oregon. I thought California would be first.

He said this, many of the sins committed in California started in Oregon. Being from the east coast I have no proof of this. Other than to repeat what I was told.

Many more confirming visions like this one kept coming to me.

The Lord said if they do not repent it will get worse and worse.

One vision was a Tsunami that hit
San Fransisco Bay Area in the middle of the night!! With No warning at all. Ocean waters Half way up or higher on many of the buildings I saw. Cars and people washed away in the streets.

Again the Lord said if they do not repent it will get worse!

More visions came of Tsunamis on the West Coast.
The Last one was the most bizarre of all. I was in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Oregon some where.
The Ocean water was very deep to me but I was in it floating like a bobber. My head was above the water and my legs and feet in it. I kept seeing these large bubbles coming up from down in the water all around me up to the top and then pop. As I looked at the surface of the ocean I could see steam or fog coming off the water all over. The Lord said the Ocean is tarting to boil in this area. What? I said. I wanted out of it. It wasn’t hurting me but I could tell it was Hot. But then as before in other visions the water started to gather up like a mountain with me on top and rush towards the land!! I screamed! No God! please God have mercy! This water will burn people and children!! Please no! I awoke out of this vision in utter fear! My wife knew I was troubled by what I had seen. I cried each time I tried to tell her. A tsunami is one thing. Bad enough as it is. Then one at Night. In total darkness without warning at all. That’s even worse. But, the last one still today puts Holly Fear of God in me!

Boiling ocean water!! A Tsunami of Hot water hitting somewhere on the West Coast! No Joke. How hard can our hearts be? Please, if you live on the West Coast pray about this earnestly to escape all these things that shall come to pass. I hope I am wrong. Hot Ocean Water! As a Tsunami. I Pray for the people and children that can be saved, mercy on them. Please change the way you think and live! Repent while you can. God loves you!

Kevin C.

 

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5 Comments

  1. trisha

    “Boiling ocean water!! A Tsunami of Hot water hitting somewhere on the West Coast! No Joke. How hard can our hearts be? Please, if you live on the West Coast pray about this earnestly to escape all these things that shall come to pass. I hope I am wrong. Hot Ocean Water! As a Tsunami. I Pray for the people and children that can be saved, mercy on them. Please change the way you think and live! Repent while you can. God loves you!” quote…

    Word I am hearing in Spirit is ‘methane’ and I am remembering an article I read recently on this very thing, doing with the west coast infact!

    https://scitechdaily.com/millions-tons-seafloor-methane-released/

    Off the West Coast of the United States, methane gas is trapped in frozen layers below the seafloor. New research from the University of Washington shows that water at intermediate depths is warming enough to cause these carbon deposits to melt, releasing methane into the sediments and surrounding water.

    Researchers found that water off the coast of Washington is gradually warming at a depth of 500 meters, about a third of a mile down. That is the same depth where methane transforms from a solid to a gas. The research suggests that ocean warming could be triggering the release of a powerful greenhouse gas.

    While scientists believe that global warming will release methane from gas hydrates worldwide, most of the current focus has been on deposits in the Arctic. This paper estimates that from 1970 to 2013, some 4 million metric tons of methane has been released from hydrate decomposition off Washington. That’s an amount each year equal to the methane from natural gas released in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon blowout off the coast of Louisiana, and 500 times the rate at which methane is naturally released from the seafloor.

    “Methane hydrates are a very large and fragile reservoir of carbon that can be released if temperatures change,” Solomon said. “I was skeptical at first, but when we looked at the amounts, it’s significant.”

    Methane is the main component of natural gas. At cold temperatures and high ocean pressure, it combines with water into a crystal called methane hydrate. The Pacific Northwest has unusually large deposits of methane hydrates because of its biologically productive waters and strong geologic activity. But coastlines around the world hold deposits that could be similarly vulnerable to warming.

    “This is one of the first studies to look at the lower-latitude margin,” Solomon said. “We’re showing that intermediate-depth warming could be enhancing methane release.”

    Co-author Una Miller, a UW oceanography undergraduate, first collected thousands of historic temperature measurements in a region off the Washington coast as part of a separate research project in the lab of co-author Paul Johnson, a UW professor of oceanography. The data revealed the unexpected sub-surface ocean warming signal.

    “Even though the data was raw and pretty messy, we could see a trend,” Miller said. “It just popped out.”
    snip…

    Methane is extremely flammable in nature.

    https://www.futurity.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/bubbleplume_map_770-e1553621545846.png
    Red stars show locations of methane bubble plumes off Washington’s coast. The light gray is the shallow continental shelf, less than 175 yards below the surface. The blue is the deeper margin and abyssal plain. Image Credit: Dr. Johnson University of Washington

    https://thecommonsenseshow.com/conspiracy-economics-health/methane-explosions-nuclear-force-lie-wait-west-coast

    https://www.planet-today.com/2019/12/abnormal-methane-emission.html

    Don’t know if those methane explosions could cause a tsunami and can’t find any articles to hypothesize that, but it could be very possible depending how big an explosion is. I’ll keep my eyes open for such news articles tho.

  2. Jeanne

    I believe they have discovered an underwater volcano near the coast of Oregon. Praying more will come to the Lord before these things happen.

  3. Kevin C.

    Someone in a e-mail to me said that with the Volcanic activity on the West coast, it could get big enough eventually with time to heat up the waters off the coast of Washington and Oregon. We will soon find out.

  4. I also thought of methane release with regards to the boiling of the water. I would highly recommend everyone follow Steve Quayle and daily check out his website. He has some great intel from scientists and the military about Cascadia as well as magma moving under California. Things are soon to get very serious. He has also noted fractures in the sea bed near the Mariana’s trench which are going deeper and deeper. Should they reach 40,000 feet in depth they could get into the magma and cause a massive explosion which could generate tsunamis and earthquakes.

  5. Chris

    The Lord seems to infer it is going to happen in a hot summer day. God’s language is always very dynamic.

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