‘Earthquakes are very often associated with periods of great social change or unrest, and from such locations the fault lines originate and are projected outward.’
From 1963 until her death in 1984, Jane Roberts of Elmira, New York, spoke for a discarnate entity called Seth.
I was reminded of Seth as I read the Indymedia UK coverage of the events of 31 October. It seemed that much of the activity had occurred in Manchester, where there had recently been earthquakes.
Seth maintained that weather and other natural manifestations are influenced strongly by human emotion. In 1973, he said, ‘Your planet has a body as much as you have. Your blood follows certain prescribed patterns and so does the wind. You are inside the body of the earth in those terms. As cells within your body influence it, so does your body affect the larger body of the earth. The weather faithfully reflects the feelings of the individuals in any given local territory. Overall weather patterns follow deeper inner rhythms of emotion.’ [Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality (San Rafael, Calif.: Amber-Allen Publishing/Novato, Calif.: New World Library), 1994, p.349.]