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Apocalyptic scenes Peru flooding

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Apocalyptic scenes continue to make their way out of Peru after one of the deadliest downpours in decades.

A sudden and abnormal warming of the waters of the Pacific off the country’s coast has triggered extensive flooding.

Peru’s rainy season has delivered 10 times more rainfall than usual.

http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/18/apocalyptic-scenes-as-scores-die-in-peru-floods

So far 62 dead and 70,000 homeless and more rain coming. 

 

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Peru is one of the hotspots involved in archaeological disclosure of true human history.   That's an area of interest to me lately because I think God is the one who has determined it's time for what was hidden to be revealed.

It will be *very* interesting  to see what flood waters scouring away dirt over vast areas of the Atacama Desert and places like Saksayhuaman, Ollantaytambo and Puma Punku may uncover.

Not a great time for Peruvians though :/

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And an "aside" to that as well.  Just an interesting little thing I noticed that's pretty "out there" ...but IF the growing earth theories have any merit at all, then once upon a time, the coast of Peru was once joined to what is now Antarctica :)   I wonder if Antarctic discoveries might show some similarities with Andean or mesoamerican megaliths.  Maybe we'll find out soon :)

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27 minutes ago, Jostler said:

And an "aside" to that as well.  Just an interesting little thing I noticed that's pretty "out there" ...but IF the growing earth theories have any merit at all, then once upon a time, the coast of Peru was once joined to what is now Antarctica :)   I wonder if Antarctic discoveries might show some similarities with Andean or mesoamerican megaliths.  Maybe we'll find out soon :)

I got to go to Peru on vacay once, it was awesome. If you can go, go. :)

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50% of the entire country has been declared a disaster area.  The suffering and long term impact is unimaginable.

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