Psychic Readings and Earth Changes

Climate and natural disasters are changing the way we live, work, and exist on planet Earth. There is no going back just adapting until the simulation of reality ends. The initials E.C. stand for -- Ellie Crystal, Earth Changes, and Edgar Cayce who coined the term.

"Earth Changes" is a pseudoscience term coined by American psychic Edgar Cayce and refers to the belief that the world will soon experience a series of cataclysmic events causing major alterations in human life on the planet. This includes "natural events" (such as major earthquakes, the melting of the polar ice caps, a pole shift of the planetary axis, major weather events, solar flares and so on) as well as huge changes of the local and global social, economical and political systems.

Cayce made many prophesies of cataclysmic events involving the whole planet. He claimed the polar axis would shift and that many areas that are now land would again become ocean floor, and that Atlantis would rise from the sea. The belief that the California coast would slip into the sea - a common feature of Earth Changes predictions - originated with Cayce's alleged prophecies.

August 1, 2021

The way a psychic gives a reading must evolve through the years along with everything else to bring a greater perspective to the patterns of reality. Today a reading incorporates many factors from a client's psychological profile, to their peripheral influences, to a greater understanding of how our current timeline works.

Climate is changing the way we live, work, and exist on planet Earth. There is no going back just adapting until the simulation of reality ends.

When I started doing professional readings in 1987 the topic of climate change was never on anyone's mind. Personal issues in the client's life were the topics of each reading as time seemingly would continue on indefinitely ...

That's all changed. What's going on with geophysical planet affects everyone everywhere - in one way or another - so it's important to know the science behind it.

The golden years where California was the place to live in an almost perfect climate are giving way to extreme heat, drought, wildfires, and more.

The entire West Coast is becoming unhealthy not to forget earthquake activity on the Pacific and North American Plates.

In recent weeks wildfires from the west coast and Canada have blanketed the northern part of the US creating health hazards.

Alaska had an 8.2 earthquake three days ago. The landmass beneath the Pacific Ocean is one of a few dozen tectonic plates that make up the earth's crust. Each year, the Pacific Plate pushes a couple of inches towards Alaska, which is generally considered to be part of the North American Plate.

Climate also affects emotions. Extreme weather shifts and fear of losing everything due to a climate or nature disaster are exacerbating mental illness issues.

And so I incorporate climate change into each client's reading alongside their personal issues. It may sound negative but it's important to understand what's going on - and why - as the simulation of reality ends.

As of this date: There are 91 large wildfires burning across the US. The blazes have burned more than 1.8 million acres, with more than 400,000 acres burned in Oregon by the Bootleg Fire alone. Monsoon rains moving into the West could stomp out some of the fires, but lightning and gusty winds could contribute to new ones. The US isn't alone: More than 100 blazes have swept Turkey in the past week, too.

In Lagos, Nigeria - Africa's most populous city - residents are facing a different climate change problem: destructive floods and rising seas. Experts warn it could soon be unlivable.