here in north texas this last year, we have been so moderate all year long. we ususally go from one extreme to the other, blistering hot in the summer and ice in the winter. we had a very mild summer with a minimum number of 100 degree days, last spring we had very few severe thunderstorms and tornadoes and so far this fall our temps have been quite moderate, not much rain though. is this a change? yeah, i would say so though nothing spectacular.
i have a friend in northwest india in jaipur though with whom i communicate regularly. he lives in a desert area, usually very dry and hot. there, the weather change has been dramatic. they have had record rains throughout the summer, not just during the monsoon season which was heavier than usual. they had so much rain that it destroyed crops which were ready to harvest and kept the farmers from replanting because of the mud. this is desert! their fall and winter is normally quite mild, but my friend tells me that already they are having to bundle up as if it was a severe winter for them. they think that 50f(10c) is extremely cold. now they are wishing for that.
so even though there is not similar changes happening all over the world, there are remarkable changes going on regionally, hot places getting cooler, cool places getting warmer, dry getting wet and vice versa. i read somewhere in the last few days that what is happening is that we are moving toward a worldwide temperate climate. wouldn't that be nice. and i don't find that we can blame anyone or thing for what is happening. it is a cosmic event, just as david has indicated many times, as we move into a higher vibrational zone of the galaxy. i watch in amazement and wonder as we progress through the next few years.
With Light and Love shining into Shadow and Fear