Research supports Ramtha’s prediction:
“Arctic sea ice melt ‘may bring harsh winter to Europe'”

Ramtha: The Winter of 2011-2012 will be a “calling card”
February 9, 2012, From the BBC:
“All white: Europe continues to be blanketed in snow as the cold snap which has so far killed hundreds across the continent shows no signs of stopping”

– “The unprecedented loss of polar sea ice may lead to ‘wild extremes’ in the UK and northern Europe, say researchers”

“The record loss of Arctic sea ice this summer may mean a cold winter for the UK and northern Europe. The region has been prone to bad winters after summers with very low sea ice, such as 2011 and 2007, said Jennifer Francis, a researcher at Rutgers University.

‘We can’t make predictions yet … [but] I wouldn’t be surprised to see wild extremes this winter,’ Francis told the Guardian.

This year’s ice melt has broken the 2007 record by an an area larger than the state of Texas.

Polar ice experts ‘thought that it would be many years until we again saw anything like we saw in 2007’, said Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Centre in Colorado.

The unprecedented expanse of ice-free Arctic Ocean has been absorbing the 24-hour sun over the short polar summer,” quoting Stephen Leahy in UK’s Guardian [Friday 14 September 2012].
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– “Arctic sea ice reaches new low, shattering record set just 3 weeks ago”
“New sea ice is finally starting to form again in the Arctic, scientists reported Wednesday [September 19], but not before reaching another record low last Sunday [September 16].

‘We are now in uncharted territory,’ Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, said in a statement announcing the record low of 1.32 million square miles — nearly half the average extent from 1979 to 2010. The extent has been tracked by satellite since 1979 ,” quoting Miguel Llanos, NBC News.
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– UPDATE: November 29, 2012
“Ice Sheet Loss at Both Poles Increasing, Major Study Finds ”
“In a landmark study published Thursday in the journal Science, 47 researchers from 26 laboratories report the combined rate of melting for the ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica has increased during the last 20 years. Together, these ice sheets are losing more than three times as much ice each year (equivalent to sea level rise of 0.04 inches or 0.95 millimeters) as they were in the 1990s (equivalent to 0.01 inches or 0.27 millimeters). About two-thirds of the loss is coming from Greenland, with the rest from Antarctica,” quoting NASA.
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Ramtha has repeatedly mentioned the conditions leading to the freezes in Europe.
1. Ramtha predicted a 2012 freeze for London in 2010.
Where you are sitting right now [London] in one night will be covered in ice. When will that happen? In 2012. Shortly after, the Earth will move in its crust and it will rock, and then the ice will melt. Just the slightest movement with the planet will create a wave, and with the rocking of three inches creates tidal waves. But if it rocks and goes even a hundred yards, you have a massive, worldwide tidal wave.

No, it would take one event to bring the icecaps to melting when the sky catches on fire, and there is a reason it will do that too. Just with that continued melting and the change of the ocean’s temperature — just that — will create the most severe storms and supercells in the strangest of places. As that intensifies, it is going to get more rigorous in winter, and in the year that comes, you will see more storms and then a lull.”
– Ramtha
September 24, 2010
London Campaign from London, England

2. Ramtha expanded on his freeze predictions after he left London in 2010.
“It is no coincidence being in London in the very place that will soon be covered with ice — not a lot of ice but enough to say this is a knock on your door — that after I left [September, 2010] , scientists make this breakthrough explanation that the current belt that brings that warm water up to the Far North of Europe and to the Atlantic seaboard is less now than half of its ability.
More cold water from the melting of Greenland is sloughing off in the North Sea, and the winds from the North that are cooling down everything could stop this current conveyor belt. And do you know what happens when it stops? You have winter in the most severe ways. That is already under way.
To all of Europe — including right down to the ankle of Italy — an ice is coming, a warning is coming. That nasty little environment will start to show itself only slightly this winter, so look for strange ice storms in Europe and the American north, and even look for them around the equator.
So what we have is an introduction to the violence of nature, a calling card. 2011 will be all about calling cards all over the world.”

– Ramtha
October 9, 2010
Afternoon Live Stream from Yelm

3. Ramtha on the mechanism to cause Europe’s freezes.
“When more fresh water dumps into the North Atlantic — and it is cold — when more of the melting water dumps into the Atlantic, it will cool down the warm current coming from the South. When that happens, the current conveyor belt will stop and the ages of ice will return to Britain, to all of northern Europe, and it will freeze all the way down to the Pyrenees Mountains.”
– Ramtha,
April, 2007 from Yelm
(Excerpt from: Change — The Days That Are Here — April 14, 2007.)
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