Crisis Intervention - Kyrios begins to reduce rainfall in parts of Japan
Last Updated: 9 Aug 2020
Torrential rains have been pounding southwestern and central Japan since 4 July. Some regions recorded more than 410 millimetres of rainfall in a mere 24 hours, caused 59 rivers to overflow and 123 mudslides across 18 prefectures. As of 8 July, the disastrous floods and rains claimed the lives of 58 individuals, forced 870,000 residents to evacuate, and destroyed 4,000 homes.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared the event to be an "extraordinary disaster".
This disaster is predestined as Kyrios received a divine revelation in the form of visions in and messages earlier in May 2020.
10-July: Between 10 – 16 July, rainfall will gradually reduce and cease devastating the regions mentioned above.
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Timeline of Kyrios Intervention
Kyrios begins to reduce rainfall in parts of Japan
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).
Kyrios proceeds to predict that between 10 – 16 July, the rainfall will gradually reduce and cease devastating Japan.
"These disasters are man-made." — Kyrios
Kyrios attributes the unusually intense plum rain event this year to be the result of global warming. She explains that the unmitigated intensification of the greenhouse effect brought about by human activities is exacerbating global warming, leading to glaciers and ice sheets melting around the world, and especially in both the Arctic and the Antarctic. Larger volumes of water in the oceans lead to more evaporation in our atmosphere, forming more rain clouds which are then dispersed all across the world.
Kyrios urges everyone to reflect on our wrongdoings as a human race and stresses again that all disasters are brought about by human actions. Kyrios also says that moving forward, humanity must prioritise on protecting the Earth to reduce the impacts of such events or prevent them altogether.
Looking at Japan's 24 hour accumulated rainfall data provided by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) real-time rainfall watch website, between 4 - 11 July, a rain belt persistently hovered above the whole of Japan, breaking rainfall records for the same period in many parts of Japan compared to past years.
"In June and July, humid maritime air and dry continental air collide, creating a seasonal rain front in and around Japan. The front usually moves northward as the season progresses. However, a Pacific high-pressure system normally responsible for pushing the front along has not done so this month. That left it stalled in the same area for more than a week. Officials at the Japan Meteorological Agency say they cannot recall the last time this occurred.
In addition, a plume of unusually strong water vapor called a 'wet tongue' surged into Kyushu and strengthened the stalled rain front.
And much narrower bands of rain called "trainings" developed over Kyushu. A training is a series of thunderclouds that forms over the same area for an extended period of time. The thunderclouds are often short-lived, lasting only about 30 minutes, but inside the training the clouds are continuously forming, and that means extended periods of rain in one location." — NHK WORLD
This is especially so for the southwestern and central parts of Japan which experienced intense rainfall ranging from 50 mm to more than 300mm (denoted by shades of yellow,orange and red) over the last 24 hours.
11 July, 8 am - 12 July, 8 am (GMT +8): As shown on the rainfall data, upon Kyrios' intervention on 10 July at 12 pm, the rain belt finally began to shift eastwards away from Japan with a general decrease in rainfall across the nation as denoted by the shades of green and blue (<50mm of rainfall).
12 July, 8 am - 13 July, 8 am (GMT +8): Central Japan managed to get some reprieve as the rains continued to shift east.
Today, we sent letters to the Japan Meteorological Agency in hopes of seeking their professional guidance. With more precise data from the ground, Kyrios will be able to more efficiently focus her efforts to relieve rainfall in severely affected regions. Click to read contents of the letter here.
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, local heavy rains are expected to continue for 12 to 15 days due to atmospheric conditions remaining unstable over a wide area from western Japan to Tohoku as a result of an active weather front and low-pressure system extending over the East China Sea to the Sea of Japan.
Kyrios will also commence relief efforts to put out the intense wildfires in Siberia, while simultaneously easing Japan's and China's torrential downpours.
16 July, 8 am - 17 July, 8 am (GMT +8): Despite the Japan Meteorological Agency forecast on 13 July stating that rains will continue for 12 to 15 days, almost the whole of Japan is relieved of rains on this day, including Kyushu (九州), the southernmost and third-largest island of Japan's five main islands, which has been hit hardest by continuous, torrential rains and floods since 4 July 2020.
17 July, 8 am - 18 July, 8 am (GMT +8): JAXA Realtime Rainfall Watch data showed again that on this day, the whole of Kyushu and most parts of Japan experienced little to no rainfall over the past 24 hours.
"If everyone practices self-cultivation, the world will be peaceful, and all beings can live in peace." — Kyrios
Kyrios' relief efforts are done out of sincere mercy for the people of Japan where floods and rains have resulted in 870,000 people evacuated, numerous deaths, landslides, and property damage. Her mitigation endeavours sought to ease the disasters in hopes that there would be fewer deaths and sufferings overall. Over the week, she has exhausted herself and her efforts bore fruit.
However, Japan's military spending has been increasing in recent years, and Abe's government has been finding reasons to expand the country's armaments and bring in offensive missiles. These actions have obviously exceeded Japan's permitted self-defence capacity as stipulated in the Peace Constitution, completely violating the peaceful ethos of "renouncing war" as set about in Japan's Constitution. Recently, there is also news of Japan's Involvement in further naval exercises with Australia and the US in the South China Sea regions.
Although there is nothing wrong with countries increasing military spending and participating in military exercises for self-defence purposes, but for a long time, the U.S, being a country outside the South China Sea territory, has been continuing to fan the flames of dispute within the South China Sea and sowing discord with the motive of starting a war.
Why must Kyrios exhaust herself continuously to intervene and resolve disasters in so many countries? Disasters such as the wildfires in Siberia and the Amazon rainforest last year, this year's Australian Bushfires, the global COVID-19 pandemic, the recent floods and torrential rains in China and Japan?
Kyrios says that this is because her greatest wish is for everyone all over the world to be spared from suffering brought about by disasters and for all people to live and work in peace and contentment. She adds that until now, Abe's government has yet to sincerely apologise for the nation's atrocities and acts of waging offensive wars, and moreover, he is increasing military spending each consecutive year with the plan to become a military superpower once again, creating a state of unease and tension across Asia.
Kyrios stresses that be it nations or individuals, as long as everyone acknowledges and admits their mistakes, as well as repent and turn over a new leaf, then, regardless of how exhausting it would be, she will surely extend her helping hand. After all, Kyrios has been working so hard to help stop disasters because she does not wish to see people and other lives suffer hardships and tribulations due to continuous disasters and misfortunes.
Wars will not only inflict sufferings upon people, they will even cause the doomsday to happen sooner. As for countries increasing military spending with plans to provoke wars, Kyrios will definitely not intervene to relieve the disasters in these countries any more.