SAVING OUR PLANETKyrios extends her divine powers to intervene in global environmental catastrophies.
Bringing southerly rains to douse the forest fires in Siberia, Russia13 July 2020 - 13 August 2020
Since the beginning of the year, over 9.26 million hectares of land has been impacted by wildfires. Russian weather services also reported that the wildfires this year was 9.6% greater than that of 2019 during the same period. Apart from the burning of boreal forests in the region, the northern tundra regions and carbon-rich peatlands are also set ablaze, releasing long sequestered carbon deposits into the atmosphere, intensifying the greenhouse effect and worsening global warming.
Upon being informed of the severity of Siberia’s wildfires, Kyrios observed the situation there with her clairvoyance and decided to intervene in a bid to mitigate the impacts of such a disaster on the climate crisis we are currently facing.
Kyrios begins to ease the rainfall in China10 July 2020 - 24 July 2020
Upon "observing" heavy rains pouring in many parts of China leading to unprecedented floods, on 10 July at 12pm SGT, Kyrios decided to begin reducing the rainfall in areas surrounding the Three Gorges Dam (三峡大坝) at China's Yichang City.
Kyrios begins to ease the rainfall in Japan10 July 2020 - 18 July 2020
Kyrios decided to intervene in the torrential rains in Japan in conjunction with her relief efforts in China. Upon "observing" the conditions in Japan, Kyrios decided to begin reducing the rainfall on 10 July at 12pm SGT (GMT +8).
Stopping Yellowstone Volcano in Wyoming and Weishan Volcano in HeiLongJiang from Erupting24 June 2020 (Monitoring)
Recently, Kyrios “observed” that the volcanic field in Heilongjiang, China, and the Yellowstone supervolcano had shown signs of restlessness. Hence, on 24 June, Kyrios began praying to Heavenly Father (The Creator) and imparting her energy to prevent the two volcanoes from erupting in future.
Kyrios attempts to eliminate Covid-199 Feb 2020 - developing
From 9 - 24 Feb, Kyrios took action to eliminate Covid-19 from Singapore, Malaysia and China. She stopped after that, and only started again on 30-March in selected areas. Find out more as we update you on how Kyrios plans to eliminate Covid-19. In the meantime, protect yourself with her home-made concoction that's been shown to guard against this virus.Follow our updates
Stopping Taal Volcano in Philippines from Erupting19 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020
While working on the Australia bushfires, Kyrios is also now preventing the Taal volcano in Philippines from erupting. Update 1: Kyrios has "sealed" the volcano and it will not erupt. Update 2 (14-Feb'20): Taal Volcano Alert Level lowered to 2. Update 3 (19-Mar'20): Taal Volcano Alert Level lowered to 1.
Ending Australia Bushfires7 Jan 2020 - 26 Feb 2020
Kyrios is set to intervene again in this Australia bushfire crisis that has engulfed over 16 million hectares of land. Watch this space closely, as she predicts the Australia bushfire crisis will end in 2-7 week's time!Read more / See timeline
Fighting back the fires in the Amazon Rainforest14 Aug - 6 Sep 2019
What began as an intervention to stop the Siberian fires in mid-August has led to more action against fires in other areas of the world. Due to the importance of the Amazon rainforest as a carbon sink, Kyrios has also intervened in the fires in Amazon rainforest. These images taken on 21 Aug show a marked reduction in the forest fires as a result of the rain clouds moving south.
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Stopping the largest wildfires in Siberia, Russia11 - 24 Aug 2019
The world's largest forest in Siberia, Russia has been engulfed in more than two months of wildfires. Bloomberg on 9 Aug reported that more than 7 million hectares have already been consumed by fire. No rain is forecasted which means the fires are expected to continue. Many other areas in the Arctic Circle are also experiencing record high wildfires. Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service writes that "Arctic wildfires are especially worrisome as particulate matter is more likely to settle on icy areas. This darkens the ice, leading to sunlight being absorbed rather than reflected, which could exacerbate global warming."
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