Meteorites and Climate Change

Me: All right. Let’s talk about meteorites and asteroids. Are we going to be hit by an asteroid and if so, will it be anytime in the near future?

Erik: What’s near?

Me: Well, I don’t know! When are we going to be hit by one? I know we eventually will be.

Erik: Nah. We’re too badass. We’ll shoot that shit up.

Me: Oh, really? Good. So, we’re pretty much safe. Everyone will be safe? The blog member asking this question wants to know where the safest place to be is.

Erik: Oh, yeah. Tell the dude we’re pretty much safe because NASA doesn’t really have much on their hands, and there are so many other stargazers and watchers for asteroids to name after themselves, blah, blah, blah. And we have the ability to break it up so that when it enters into the atmosphere on Earth, most of it will burn up. You know we might get some chunk and a little bit of devastation but less than what war does to us.

Me: Well, when will the next one come where we’ll have to shoot it down.

Erik: That’s not for a long ways away.

Me: More than a hundred years?

Erik: One that we’ll have to attack and dissipate? Yes.

Me: Okay. That’s all I need to know. (Chuckling) I’m fine. Is climate change manmade or media hype or a self-correcting phase that the Earth is going through on its own anyway?

Erik: Nah, it’s totally manmade.

Me: All of it?

Erik: Yeah. We fucked her up. We cut down too many forests and we put too much pollution to where she couldn’t breathe well.

Me: Isn’t some of it just the normal cycles, because we’ve had the heating up of the atmosphere over hundreds of thousands of years. I’m talking about the long-term cycles of the Earth.

Erik: Yeah, like the poles shifting?

Me: Yes. I mean is some of that—

Erik: Yeah, the poles are shifting and some of the things of that nature is Earth’s long-term correction pattern, but we’re fucking it up by speeding it up.

Hm. He’s contradicting himself. I guess spirits are not perfect, as Erik has said before.

Me: I see. Because I know that we’ve had this global warming in the distant past, but now we could be in that part of the cycle again, but we’re speeding it up. Is that what you’re saying?

Erik: Yeah, like it’s supposed to happen something like every 20,000 years and here we are in a 5,000-year cycle. What the fuck is up with that?

Me: This guy also says, “If it’s really happening, it looks like there will be a lot more devastating weather happenings and, in the not so distant future, a lot fewer people living on the planet.”

Jamie: I heard, “What’s that?” Okay. What was the question again?

I repeat it.

Erik: Yes.

Me (nervously): Okay. Well, will it be like 50% of the people gone?

Erik: Oh, no. Fucking no. You gotta decide how much smarter people decide to be.

Me: That’s true. That’s free will. How hot will it get?

Erik: Just like it is now, there are different—

(Pause)

Jamie (to Erik): Well, in general, then.

Erik: There are different heat zones. Like Arizona to Florida compared to—

Me: Oh, yeah. Of course.

Erik: All that shit’s different. What do you mean, “How hot is it going to get?”

Me: Well will it get to 140 degrees? Will my face melt or what?

Jamie (chuckling): He loves that.

Erik (in a goofy voice I can’t describe): Maybe.

Might be an improvement.

Erik: Um…

Jamie: He still, he doesn’t know how to answer it.

Me: Okay. Well what about the extremely cold weather? The crazy cold weather that’s been happening. Is that part of the climate change?

Erik: Yeeeesss it is.

Me: It seems like it would be.

Jamie: It’s like that wall of ice.

Me: Oh yeah.

Jamie: Rui (Her husband) was telling me about it. He goes, “They say the wind blew it in.”

Me: That’s weird.

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Dear Reader,

The journey on which you’re about to embark will take you through stories that are deeply personal and involves a relationship between a mother and her son.

As a physician raised by two atheists, I had no personal belief system about life after death. In a word, I was a confirmed skeptic. As my journey progressed, my mind opened. It is my sincerest hope that yours will open as well and that you will have a greater understanding of your own life and what’s to come ahead.

Although Erik sometimes paints a rosy picture of the afterlife, time and time again he stresses that suicide is not the answer to one’s problems. If you struggle, please understand that the information in my blog and my book is no substitute for professional help. Please click here for a list of resources for help when you find yourself considering taking your own life. Know that they are readily available when you feel that hopelessness and despair that many of us feel from time to time in our lives.

I refuse all donations and ad revenue on the blog. It is my dream to one day establish a nonprofit organization that delivers a variety of spiritual services for those who have lost loved ones to suicide and cannot afford that assistance on their own. It’s a mission of love, sacrifice, and dedication.

Love and light,

Elisa

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  • steveatl

    Wow, Erik is all over the place with this one, and vague, too – what’s up with that? Is he getting tired of all of this?

    • I know! He’s not tired of all this. I think he prefers the spiritual questions. Plus he’s just a kid without a body. He can have a day when he’s unclear just like we can. (In my care, VERY often.)

      • steph k.

        I must be on the same wave-length. For some reason it makes sense to me?? 🙂 Here’s what I got: Global Warming may have happened NATURALLY in the future – thousands of years from now but due to us not respecting the earth, it is rapidly being sped up which is not good: 1. we are not prepared (nor can many admit or see it is a real issue) 2. we likely would have evolved and developed the ability to better cope both bodily and also technologically had it progressed naturally, etc. Therefore, it is a man-made problem as we caused it to happen by pollution, and destruction and we will experience it thousands of years before schedule – throwing us all into a tailspin. We/ Man/woman disrupted the earths natural cycle NOW. Also, I think it is hard for him or any spirit to predict future specifics/scenarios since it is all based on the actions of humans and we all have free will. So, just because we do not seem to be in a place today to accept and counteract global warming/ asteroids etc., does not mean there won’t be a change in collective consciousness and/or ability later that would then make today’s prediction “wrong”.

  • joinot

    Thank you for what you are doing.
    Elisa, since we are on the topic of the Earths climate cycle change,
    I wonder if this involves big earthquakes and tsunamis in the near future, i wonder if Erik could give us something on this matter..because,
    sometime in the future, mother Earth is going to move around, stretch her body…

    • I think he answered this before, but I’ll ask if he hasn’t. Might try doing a search for earthquakes or tsunamis

  • Zan

    Climate change was a topic that I specifically wanted some answers to also. We really didn’t get any information here, except that we’ve done this to ourselves. But what next? How bad is it going to get? How soon? Will there be catastrophic weather? disasters? Will New York City flood and California fall off the coast during our lifetime? Or will the ET’s arrive and help us fix this mess? I hope we can re-visit this topic again and ask a few more specific questions and get better answers on the next go-round.

  • Todd Ford

    Let us hope that Florida won’t get any hotter! haha

  • Jen

    Did you decide to post this because of the meteor shower this week, or was this just a coincidence? 😉

  • julia

    hello again. just one more thing I need to say. i’ll need lots of help for my transition because im still a little nervous an d I cant bear to be alone. sorry if this sounds selish, but I nee to be sent erik an d my other love ones and angels/guides for every step of the way. im sending my thoughts out to them myself. thank you. elisa, I gope you had a nice trip.

  • julia

    because im finding myself prone to panicking everytime I worsen and my heart goes.

  • jhon74

    Elisa can you ask erik , when the humanity, the science would find the spirit world?, the real proof of the spirit world? any date? when we gone to comunicate directly with the spirits?,,thanks in advance

    • I did ask. It’s in the archives somewhere. Maybe try searching “Proof of the spirit world”?

      • cristina

        actually is in the interview with Jesus 🙂 He says in (part 5, or 4) that there is an opportunity for science and spirituality to be bridged – I was kind of struggling to work on this subject, which is huge, so i’m trying to get some working hands to help me 🙂

  • steveatl

    I can tell you that in the last 10 years, I’ve noticed extremes of weather here in Atlanta. We’ve gone from record wet years, to record droughts, and back again. It’s only going to be in the 70s and wet the next 3-4 days which is unheard of here in August.

  • conradg

    Didn’t Erik say maybe a year ago or so that the whole CO2 global warming thing was not true, that the warming was not man-made in that way at all? Not sure where I read that, but it stuck out in my mind back then. Any reason why he seems to have changed his mind?

  • Nancy Antia

    Elisa, welcome back! I’d love to know what Erik has to say about chemtrails and its relation to climate change among other things. Thank you!

  • steph k.

    You and Erik are always a few steps ahead of the news 🙂

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/19/nasa-asteroid-deflection-near-earth-objects-video_n_3744379.html?utm_hp_ref=science&icid=maing-grid7|main5|dl1|sec3_lnk1%26pLid%3D359886

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