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Sandy Wasn't the End--More Hurricanes and Tornadoes

After Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast of the US recently, everyone wondered what climate change would bring us next. The future has arrived: A typhoon swept through the Philippines killing 400 people (and 400 more are missing and may be dead).

Also, three people are dead, seven are in the hospital and hundreds have been left homeless after a tornado ripped through parts of Auckland, New Zealand.

In Reuters, Erik de Castro quotes Arturo Uy, the governor of the worst-hit area of the Philippines, as saying, "This is the first time a typhoon with signal number three has crossed our province. We evacuated people from riverbanks and shorelines. But the floods and strong winds battered not just the riverbanks but also places where residents were supposed to be safe."

In 1998, the Master of the Key burst into Whitley Strieber's hotel room and told him amazing things, including a warning about the upcoming climate change which has now ARRIVED. Read all the other things MOTKE told him, with a new foreword from Whitley telling which of these predictions have COME TRUE, in the new edition of The Key.



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