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Mexico City covered in heavy snowfall or volcanic ash this year
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Last night I did intentional dreaming; I asked for important events for the remainder of the year 2018.

I dreamed Mexico City was covered with several feet of something grayish-white. I wasn't sure whether it was snow or volcanic ash.

Dreamed 6-13-2018

Kelley
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#2
Or nuclear fallout. Or the Yellowstone caldera blowing. Sigh.

Thanks for looking into this Kelley!
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This is the second dream involving snow of some sort.

https://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/...s-and-Snow
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And second dream using gray(grey)
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#5
Eagle, excellent point.
I checked recent bot runs for grey and found this, grey next to coffee on June 12th..
Mexico is one of the largest coffee producing countries in the world.
Kelly has good accuracy with predictive dreams.
https://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/...ift-of-Gab'
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And Aletalete had a dream about greys:

https://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/...-REVISITED
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#7
Adding this dreambot run from today.
hole sink swarm means liquid.
Perhaps a volcanic blast with lava preceded by a swarm of earthquakes.
https://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/...8#pid33178
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Worldwide predictions is predicting a Mexican volcano eruption.
https://worldwidepredictions.com/2018/06.../#comments
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These words really made me think of Mexico City, which is built on a dry lake bed. The following is from Wikipedia:

"Mexico City is estimated to have dropped 10 meters in the last century.[7] Furthermore, because soft lake sediments underlie most of Mexico City, the city has proven vulnerable to soil liquefaction during earthquakes, most notably in the 1985 earthquake when hundreds of buildings collapsed and thousands of lives were lost."

Kelley

(06-13-2018, 06:09 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Adding this dreambot run from today.
hole sink swarm means liquid.
Perhaps a volcanic blast with  lava preceded by a swarm of earthquakes.
https://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/...8#pid33178
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Popocatepetal could be the culprit. It buried Aztec towns in lahars several feet thick so dropping a few feet of ash on Mexico city wouldn't be a surprise at all.
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(06-13-2018, 11:14 AM)Goldengirl Wrote: Or nuclear fallout. Or the Yellowstone caldera blowing. Sigh.

Thanks for looking into this Kelley!

The Yellowstone Caldera, if it erupts, is a bit too far from Mexico City to bury it in ash, but it could definitely result in heavy snow there in the following year(s) without Summers. Hmmm....
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Mt Popocatepetal has done a couple of pretty good sized eruptions the past two days. I tmight be entering a major eruptive phase some scientists believe but it would still take a major eruption 6 miles high or better to cover Mexico City in ash...so have to watch it and see what it does.
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