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Like God for His People, The Dead Sea is Begging for Its Life: Water is Vanishing at a Rate of 3ft Per Year

And the waters shall fail from the sea, and the river shall be wasted and dried up. -Isaiah 19:5 (KJV).

It should be noted before we go any further, several sources, Weather Channel, CNN, NY Times, and many others, are all reporting that the demise of the Dead Sea is largely to blame on human actions and climate change.

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End Time Prophecy

The Land of Israel Mourns as the Sea of Galilee and Rivers Dry up: “We want to plant, but there’s no water”

And the waters shall fail from the sea, and the river shall be wasted and dried up. -Isaiah 19:5 (KJV).

According to the calendar, Israel’s winter rainy season should have begun.

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Microfiction #writephoto: Last colours by Jane Dougherty

When the last polar bear was shot in the suburbs of Edinburgh, when sand dunes swallowed Dakar and Cairo, and Lake Baikal was no more than a muddy puddle, the Earth began to shut down. 76 more words


Let us take a Walk

 Now let us take a walk through the pine forest

Through the shed which the forest provides

Through the pathway where the leaves form a cushion… 267 more words

Spreading the (SFF) fever

Last weekend I met up with an old Japan-days buddy of mine, so my wife could take some belated wedding photos for him and his better half. 468 more words


Thinking around The Obelisk Gate, by N.K. Jemisin

The Obelisk Gate, by N.K. Jemisin

published August 2016

Where I got it: received review copy from the publisher

Welcome to another not-a-review!   There is so much happening on so many levels Jemisin’s… 1,388 more words


No Sleep Till Zothique—Part Two

I have verified that the Zothique cycle written by fantasy/pulp writer Clark Ashton Smith consists of sixteen short stories and one single-act play “The Dead with Cuckold You.” As I’ve mentioned last week, my intention is to read or in some cases re-read the stories of the cycle, hopefully one every week or two. 792 more words