Ramtha Predictions Confirmed in News Headlines: “Stay Away from the Water”

November 2009

“Rising sea levels threaten island nations like Maldives and the Philippines from the disastrous effects of climate change,” reported the government of the Philippines in a press release July 13, 2009.

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Ramtha spoke about this many times in the past:

“The melting of the polar caps, the hole in the stratum, and the warming up in the next four years will be much quicker than your scientists will tell you. The melting of the great caps of snow is already occurring, which will raise the water level to two hundred feet.”

— Ramtha

November 1987

Excerpt from: Ramtha, Update on Changes — Seattle, November 14, 1987.

Copyright © 1987 JZ Knight

Twenty years later . . .

How Much Would Sea Level Rise If Polar Ice Melted

Scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey estimate that if all of the ice sitting on land in Greenland and Antarctica melted, it would cause global sea levels to rise by about 215 feet, or about 65 meters.

Report by USA Today, November 21, 2004

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