January 26, 2010
One year ago today - January 26, 2009 - the Suleman Octuplets were born.
Nadya Suleman gives birth to Octuplets
Nadya ... One Year Later .. After Losing 150 Pounds
Suleman Octuplets Google Videos
That was a lot of babies she carried in her pouch.
Speaking of pouches...
January 26, 2010 we celebrated Australia Day. I sent good wishes to the millions of Crystalinks in Australia. The spiritual path is often taken through ceremony, meditation, dreamtime, and other energy work. There is a pulse about it that resonates through the grid at this time, sounding almost like a tribal heartbeat. Living in the Ring of Fire, many Australians have experienced global Earth changes first hand long before they reached our shores in the Atlantic region (Haiti) as the plates continue to break and global weather patterns change.
Gondwana Rainforests of Australia
Rain at Uluru last week
Heavy rains which flooded parts of Australia's vast desert centre have brought rare waterfalls spilling from the iconic monolith Uluru, or Ayers Rocks. The deluge, which swept across much of the continent's east after a tropical cyclone last month, prompted a wave of green in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, home to the giant red rock. Uluru typically receives little more than 12 inches of rain a year, and January is its hottest, driest month, with temperatures topping to 45 degrees Celsius (113 F).
Also in the Ring of Fire -- Flooding at another sacred site Michu Piccu:
Rain, mudslides strand nearly 2000 at Machu Picchu NZ Herald - January 26, 2010
Peru's tourism minister says heavy rain and mudslides have blocked the train route to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, stranding 1,954 tourists. Heavy rain has battered the region in the past three days, flooding rivers and causing mudslides that killed two women in a poor neighborhood and damaged stone walls at Inca sites.
Perurail spokeswoman Soledad Caparo said the rail operator suspended service yesterday and is working to clear rock and mud covering the tracks. Rail is the only means of transportation on the last leg of the trip to Machu Picchu from the ancient Inca capital of Cusco. Tourism Minister Martin Perez says the government may send helicopters to evacuate tourists and locals from Machu Picchu Pueblo, the town next to the citadel.
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