This morning, I received yet another earthquake-related message. This one was specific to the Mariana Trench, which lies in the Pacific Ocean.
While I received a heads-up about the Mariana Trench and its readiness for an earthquake a couple weeks ago, I didn’t feel it was imminent. Even though visualizations of it displayed it as a bright red gash in an otherwise serene ocean scape, it wasn’t high on my radar because of greater concerns about the West coast of the U.S. (Energy sent to the area temporarily cooled the red to orange.)
That changed this morning.
Through a brief series of seemingly unrelated events, I found myself staring at Asia on Google Maps. A channeled message instructed me to “open the map,” meaning to zoom out for a broader view. That view brought the area where the Mariana Trench lies onto the screen.
Then, I was told there would be an earthquake in the Trench which would produce a tsunami impacting Asia.
That wasn’t what I wanted to hear, by any stretch. Further, it was reported to me that the earthquake would happen in April. We’re in April, right now. In fact, including today there are only five days remaining in April.
Do I have any proof this will happen? Nope. None at all. I don’t have any more proof of this than I do of the earthquakes I’m told will happen on the West coast of the U.S. and Canada in July.
So, dear sisters and brothers… Any supportive healing energy you send to the area of the Mariana Trench is appreciated.
And it’s imperative we understand something: Earthquakes are pressure-relievers. Our beloved Earth *has* to release pressure periodically, to avoid something more cataclysmic. The goal is to support relief and release with minimal damage to the surface.
Preventing this isn’t an option. Lessening its impact is.