More and more often these days, a disaster rescue project’s success is measured not just by the number of people saved from the immediate impact of the disaster event, but also by the methods used to help secure and provide in the aftermath of the disaster. In the case of Haiti, the chaos was made worse by large numbers of ships locked or blocked in by problems of traffic control in sea ports.
Clearly the earlier lessons of food aid sent by foreign powers into the war zone of Bosnia in 1992 and in Afghanistan ten years later were simply forgotten! While thousands were waiting for supplies in Haiti, low flying air drops to isolated populations could have created an aerial life-line of food and supplies to people in open fields.
Aerial food drops of plastic water bottles and small food items (emergency bars) that were tested at low attitude flight heights of 3,000 feet withstood the impact of a low ceiling drop to people in most areas of gathering.
Differences between Chile and Haiti are clear. Whereas Haiti had more casualties, Chile had a more severe earthquake, four hundred times more powerful. What made the difference? I propose that it is not just advanced building techniques, but the preparedness of the people to deal with the disaster.
It is becoming evident that we are living in non-normal times. In fact, we may be moving into a time, predicted by The Keys of Enoch®, of vast planetary change. Climate change may not be the only factor we have to deal with; pressures within the earth itself, especially in the area of the Ring of Fire, seem to be coming to the fore. Scientists are releasing new evidence of gross climate changes that occurred some 14,500 years ago, and the fact that tropical areas once had snow and glaciers also indicates that we can longer assume a continuous stable climate, nor a stable earth.
Does this mean that we should move to a cave somewhere to wait out the changes? No, that would mean we are thinking only of ourselves and have failed our assignments to help humanity. We need solutions that can help not only ourselves but others, and prepared for both a smooth ride as well as major changes.
NGOs (non-government organizations) are already helping where governments have failed. They have the ability to create on-site data streams that can help, as well as monitor the events and have a network of supplies and volunteers usually on the ground and quickly available. Overall, NGOs and related non-governmental institutions seem be the best players in the field, be it Doctors Without Borders, aerial doctors making drops of helpful aid and many more. You and me—we all need to get back to working on the total blueprint of healing Mother Earth. Given worldwide earthquakes, it is important for each person to have their own early warning insinct to move to higher ground. Yet we must also realize we are living in a House of Many Mansions!
— J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D.
Spring 2010, Series 6 Volume 3
The Earthquake in Haiti
Evelyn Serret and Family
Tischrede: The Earth in Crisis: Are there solutions
J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D.
Haiti – The Uroboros of the Nations: Paradise in Peril
Richard N. Quast
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