There's no full moon or wind.

Unusual Low Tide Ecuador-10/20/20
There’s no full moon or wind.
The region is under alert as the sea retreated 5 days ago, inexplicably.

Alarm in Santa Rosa because the sea dried up more than normal
In the fishing port of Salinas they pray that there are no shipwrecks and no fishing moves away. When the tides do occur, the sea does go down, but not as much as now. Furthermore, it is only three days, this time there are already five," said at noon today, October 20, 2020, Wilmer Pozo, one of the fishermen from Santa Rosa, in Salinas, when they saw how the area where the boats cordon off in this port looked dry. The phenomenon alarmed artisanal fishermen. Some superstitious people fear that something bad may happen in the next few days. “Sometimes, when the sea goes too low, after a few days it gets rough and shipwrecks occur, fishing also moves away ,” said Manuel Borbor, one of those astonished.
The artisans, who used small boats from the shore to get to their boats, this time they did it on foot. “Diosito, that is nothing bad, I hope this does not bring serious consequences,” murmured the craftsman Jacinto del Pezo , while he walked to repair a net in one of the fibers. Captaincy of the Port of Salinas, through a press release, reported that this week there is a new period of watering and the sea will remain slightly rough . He asked those who work at sea to be careful.
But unlike Santa Rosa, where the sea was collected, in Libertador Bolívar, north of Santa Elena, its residents were alarmed by the strong waves that removed the rocks from the rock that protects the Malecón area.


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Tsunami? Like in India…

I checked noaa radar…nothing

No tsunami and it’s been like this for 5 days already. From what I read, it’s unusual for this to occur in the absence of major wind and/or full moon. I’ve been reading up on tides but haven’t found anything much to explain this.

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:nigeria: A demonstration dispersed by gunfire in Lagos subject to a total curfew. Several protesters were killed

More than 1,000 demonstrators gathered peacefully on a toll in Lagos, the economic capital of Nigeria, were dispersed Tuesday evening by “numerous” shootings, after the entry into force of a total curfew in an attempt to extinguish a popular movement which continues to expand across the country.

Youth protests against police violence have spread to protests against power, and have escalated in several large cities, including Lagos, the economic capital where a curfew has been imposed until further notice.

For the past twelve days, thousands of young Nigerians have been pounding the pavement in the big cities of Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa and the continent’s leading economic power. At least 18 people, including two police officers, died in the marches, which had until recently been largely peaceful.

:us: :nigeria: Nigerians gathered at the residence of the Nigerian Ambassador to the United States to continue the End SARS protest

There are worldwide terrorism against food production and storage going on right now. There are too many things happening for it to be a coincidence.

I just saw a story about a lobster packer burned down in Canada. In some cases these attacks are being blamed on “white supremacists” when in reality it’s Antifa or Animal Rebellion members who have white skin. No one who cares about their people would burn down their food supply. The people doing this want to bring the world to its knees.

If you have the time to look into it check your countries and see if any food processors or related have been hit pls.

Damn he raided a military surplus store. Definitely not gray. I thought that was a saw/rpd at first lol


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I recall there being another odd event like this a while back, but I can’t at the moment remember where it was…same unusual retreat of water, concerned residents…but not sure anything happened. Darn, trying to retrieve that file from my brain…it got lost in all the random-ware. :grimacing: