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What do the Wildfires Mean? – Part TWO

February 9th, 2020, Promulgated by Diane Harris

Since Wildfires Part I appeared here, much has occurred in the ensuing weeks,  events which challenged returning to that subject in a timely way.  Meanwhile, the Church has been tending to wildfires of her own, such as the threat against the vow and charism of priestly celibacy, the schismatic threat of German Synodality, the intrusion once again of the endless whine for women’s ordination, and the prideful exposure of deeper and higher levels of homosexual activism among disordered clerics.

Amidst such trauma to the Body of Christ, the Pope gets ready to release his words on the Amazon Synod, and (maybe) a long-awaited report on the McCarrick scandal, and — oh yes – changes, to the Our Father, beginning in Italy, i.e. changes to Jesus’ own words in Matthew 6:13, which have stood for two millennia: “And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil.”

Without losing any more time, we move on to Wildfires Part II, and try to understand what is happening, and maybe even ‘why.’ In Part I we looked at the extraordinary fire damage decimating Australia. But Australia isn’t the only continent playing brinksmanship with conflagration. As in Australia, many of the Amazon fires are man-made, some started deliberately by ‘fire-stick” agriculture which burns off the vegetative cover to make way for a new crop. Other incidents of wildfire seem likely to have been started by saboteurs bent on creating control and publicity for huge political actions in the ‘cause’ of climate change. Both represent out-of-control situations.

Another commonality between Australia and the Amazon is the incidence of wildfire occurrence being high among the indigenous peoples of both continents. It is principally their lands which are being severely damaged, even irreparably, and which well may lead to their being driven off the land and into city ghettos which can deliver services into a compact area. While the farming practices of these indigenous people has caused so much damage, it isn’t beyond the range of serious questioning whether or not such destruction is or is not part of the plan to make “climate change” more relevant to those who pay the bill!

Are wildfires accelerating or receding? It is an odd situation to look at with a scientific eye. Googling for 2020 fire maps yielded a variety of maps, but without dates. A few touted “24 hours ago!” but without a date it means nothing. One site dated a map with extensive fire shown as “August 22nd.” But doesn’t mention the year! Unlike the Australian data, the Amazon fire maps and projections seem far more focused on creating fear and panic. Of course, from a different angle, it might also be true that the Australian dialogue is perhaps a bit unwilling to admit how bad it is and may become. The Brazil map above shows data from 2019.

Oslo Report gives hints

An interesting report came out of Oslo, and it raises the question implicitly just how much is natural disaster in Brazil and how much is contrived. The Victoria Klesty article (Reuters) is entitled “Amazon deforestation could speed up in 2020.” The article was apparently published on January 15, 2020 and makes the political linkage to deforestation. For a mind-blowing exhibit of where the money is flowing on such climate related projects, see: which is “monitoring deforestation.”

Here are excerpts from the Klesty article:

OSLO (Reuters) – “Deforestation of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest threatens to accelerate and draw increased global concern since no new fire prevention measures have been taken in the crucial run-up to this year’s dry season….” [which starts in May.]

“The number of fires in the Amazon rainforest increased 30.5% in 2019 from the previous year, while deforestation rose 85% ….”

“The Amazon, the world’s largest rainforest, is a bulwark against global warming because of the vast amounts of heat-trapping carbon dioxide it soaks up from the atmosphere. It also provides Brazil with hydropower, and its abundant rain provides irrigation-free agriculture.”

“[Jair] Bolsonaro [in his first year in office] has said his government is protecting the rainforest adequately, but it plans to push ahead with economic development in the Amazon to raise the standard of living of its 30 million inhabitants, including indigenous tribes. It is currently drawing up legislation that will open protected indigenous reservations to commercial mining and agriculture, a move that environmentalists say can only speed up deforestation.”

“In August [2019?], Norway suspended donations to the Amazon fund, which supports projects to curb deforestation in Brazil after the Brazilian government sought to change the governance rules of the fund to decide which projects it supports.”

“Norway has worked closely with Brazil to protect the Amazon rainforest for more than a decade and has paid some $1.2 billion into the fund.”

“(The government) messed up something that was working,” … [regarding] the cut in Norwegian financing. [One opinion stated was:] ‘… they were trying to … stop the money going into civil society and want to use the money for themselves, to control the fund.’”

There are many ways in which a government can manipulate the situation. One possibility would seem to be to let the Amazon forests burn to the ground, relocate the people, and then reconstitute the forests as all government resource. Why? At a conference held in Aparecida, Brazil in 2007, chaired by Abp. Jorge Bergoglio, one of the recommendations was regarding the oxygen produced by trees in the Amazon, and the suggestion that a worldwide tax be paid by other countries for using up the Amazon’s oxygen. Really.

I have come away from these readings with the thought that handling the indigenous people is important to executing such a significant financial strategy for the Amazon. With so much money ‘on the table,’ even Norway’s contributions to date may seem minuscule and can be disdained, and the US departure from the Parish climate accord to be insightful and inciteful, all at the same time . To induce such a large change in the way the people live, a religious support system would likely be required, a cultural network, for a conversion of sorts in an ‘appropriate’ context. And the people would want to feel comfortable that their local idols would be acceptable to whichever religion takes the leadership role. We don’t know, yet. The connections are too tenuous.

Still quite unknown is the connection of the wildfires to the Amazon Synod. Now, one path forward for that Synod with its pachamama abomination may become more apparent, if the priests of an indigenous network would be people already in place, provided they can marry, and weaken both the priesthood and the marriage covenant.  And then it becomes not unlikely that women’s involvement would receive some sort of nod; maybe a diaconate ? If that were the  macro strategy,  micro-strategies might even support the German Bishops’ innovations which weaken the discipline of an entire Church,with  a sexually disordered hierarchy being given ‘permission’ for their sins? Then the matter rises way above environmental disaster to full blown Faith crisis. Or maybe not? But if there is a link between climate change, the wildfires, the Amazon indigenous population and the Vatican Synod, we might expect an attack on the celibacy of the clergy from Satan and his minions who need that door to be broken down in order to make further inroads?  No wonder two holy men, Pope Benedict and Cardinal Sarah have been inspired to write what they did! No wonder it provoked furious response. Just as the Chinese faithful have been turned over to paganistic forces, so too would be priestly celibacy, so needed, in a time of such grave sexual sin.

Meanwhile, it is almost as if the earth were turning into the Gehenna of the unsaved, ready to fully spring to flame after the saved are gathered up to the Lord, as in 1 Thessalonians 4:15-17: “For this we declare to you by the word of the Lord, that we who are alive, who are left until the coming of the Lord, shall not precede those who have fallen asleep. For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a cry of command, with the archangel’s call, and with the sound of the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first; then we who are alive, who are left, shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air; and so we shall always be with the Lord.”

What about the wildfires in California and in Africa? What about Revelation’s warnings? What about the Corona virus? Are these related too? Are there other end-times signs? Maybe there will be a Wildfires Part III?


One Response to “What do the Wildfires Mean? – Part TWO”

  1. avatar Diane Harris says:

    In the 5th paragraph from the end of this post re Wildfires Part II, it states: “At a conference held in Aparecida, Brazil in 2007, chaired by Abp. Jorge Bergoglio, one of the recommendations was regarding the oxygen produced by trees in the Amazon, and the suggestion that a worldwide tax be paid by other countries for using up the Amazon’s oxygen. Really.”

    If one reads through the Oslo report highlights in that post, a number of hints are given that the Amazon may indeed be seen as a lynch-pin in transferring global wealth. And who has been involved in identifying that wealth as oxygen which the rest of the world should pay for? The most recent LifeSiteNews describes the tension between Brazil’s new president and Pope Francis, with the Amazon as the centerpiece. In that article the Brazil president reminds the Pope that he doesn’t own the Amazon. Remarks such as about those who would keep the Amazonians as ‘cavemen’ seem very pointed toward the lack of dignity in submitting the indigious dress to prying eyes and prurient interest with the excuse of a Synod.

    But, most of all, follow the money. See:

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