via email | June 18 2012
Lucid Dreamer writes ~ I’m sure you heard about the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Multiple tsunamis hit and badly damaged 6 nuclear reactor buildings at the Fukushima reactor sights in Daiichi Japan in 2011.
Here is a small quote “The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns, and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, following the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011. It is the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.”
The plant comprises six separate boiling water reactors originally designed by General Electric (GE), and maintained by the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO). At the time of the quake, Reactor 4 had been de-fuelled while 5 and 6 were in cold shutdown for planned maintenance. The remaining reactors shut down automatically after the
earthquake, and emergency generators came online to control electronics and coolant systems. The tsunami broke the reactors’ connection to the power grid and also resulted in flooding of the rooms containing the emergency generators.
Consequently those generators ceased working and the pumps that circulate coolant water in the reactor ceased to work, causing the reactors to begin to overheat. The flooding and earthquake damage hindered external assistance.
In the hours and days that followed, reactors 1, 2 and 3 experienced full meltdown. As workers struggled to cool and shut down the reactors, several hydrogen explosions occurred. The government ordered that seawater be used to attempt to cool the reactors—this had the effect of ruining the reactors entirely.  As the water levels in the fuel rods pools dropped, they began to overheat. Fears of radioactivity releases led to a 20 km (12 mi)-radius evacuation around the plant. During the early days of the accident workers were temporarily evacuated at various times for radiation.
Since this damage has occurred, untold amounts of radiation have leaked from broken radiation rods found inside each reactor and has spread rapidly to the rest of the world. Unsafe levels of radiation have already been found in water and food samples on the western coast of the U.S. So much so that the government has raised the level of radiation considered to be harmful just to not cause alarm to world populace, which only made the
situation worse. The scary part is that the last reactor building (reactor 4), which contains enough radiated fuel rods to kill all life on the planet a couple of times over, is in a very bad shape. A 4.0 or greater earthquake could cause the building to collapse causing the fuel rods to, like I said, release enough radiation to kill the world a couple of times over.
But the situation is even more delicate than this. Right now, a super typhoon off the southern coast of Japan with 150 mph winds is apparently on a path straight to Daiichi Japan, where the 4th reactor is barely holding itself together. It is expected to reach the reactor’s area by the 20th of June 2012. 2 days. And that’s if you’re reading this on the 18th, when this was made.
So, what do we do? The corporate media won’t cover this for some “strange” reason, world governments aren’t openly working towards a solution for this because they think “Hey, it’s Japan’s problem, let them handle this.” and now we have a super storm that is just days away from inevitably collapsing that building which contains enough radiation to kill all life on the planet 20 or more times over and nobody seems to think it’s their problem. Just what do we do? Will we allow the extinction of the world happen just like that? I mean, don’t you like living? Don’t you enjoy having enough
intelligence to know something must be done?
So, here is my suggestion. Let’s take this incredibly negative situation that results in the end of all life on this planet and turn it into a positive one. Let’s make this the greatest week in human history. The week we saved [ourselves] and took that first step towards an evolutionary leap in consciousness for everyone on the planet.
It’s not that hard. It’s only discovering something that has been true since the day you were born. The power of intention. The power we have as individuals to shape whatever we want, whenever we want. The power of collective intention, meditation, prayer, whatever you want to call it. We have that power right now, and it’s as simple as saying it right now.
As you’re reading this, start praying that that typhoon dissipates before it gets to that reactor. Just say it, and mean it. It’s that simple. Think about it. we are entirely composed of the saaaame stuff the earth is composed of except, what do you know, we actually have minds and consciousness.
What does that mean? it means we’re on a living vehicle, something we all have power over, whether we like it or not. The more people who realize this and start praying with intention, the greater the force the intention has and we can actually do things just by thinking about it.
There are many possibilities to arise from realizing this power but right now, it must be
directed in the right direction, and that is the direction of breaking apart that typhoon that
threatens to end the world as we know it. Still don’t believe it could happen? Prayer has broken up tornadoes and hurricanes before. I mean it makes sense, we created it in the first place.
We have 2 days. It only takes a small portion of people to do this too, because each
one of us is a powerful, POWERFUL, creator and it only takes that simple prayer from
enough of us to do what needs to be done. Start right now! Just say it out loud,
“The typhoon heading to Japan will dissipate before it reaches reactor 4″
Just say it and trust that it will happen and know that others are praying with you too. Keep praying because each time you say it, it gets stronger. And when enough people and enough intention is accumulated, that typhoon will disappear like magic! And we will all know just how powerful we really are. It took our almost inevitable extinction to realize this power but we will all see that it can be done. And from there, we can do what we want. Think about it, we could just imagine things together as the human race and they would happen! Anyway, we have to deal with this typhoon first, so lets get on it! I can assure you, this prayer will be heard around the world. And remember, I love you!
This is the day we have all waited for!