California Water Crisis: Ripping out lawns and planting gardens? Another Ramtha prediction and warning from 1986


Southern California Cities May Be Out of Drinking Water by January 2017

“Residents of Southern California are already feeling the effects of water stress. A five-year (and still going) drought has left reservoirs drained. In Santa Barbara County, for instance, Lake Cachuma, a reservoir built to hold the area’s drinking water, is now more than 90 percent below capacity.”

“Unless heavy rainfall occurs, the lake may be too low to distribute water by January 2017. Nearly half a million people may be affected as a result, including households, businesses and farms.”

Is Ripping Out Lawns a Practical Solution?

“A lush green lawn is a mainstay in the proverbial American Dream yet represents a drain on precious resources like water without yielding anything in return.”

“New York Times author Michael Pollan was one of the first to tackle the absurdity of the pursuit of lush green lawns — which he says are a “symbol of everything that’s wrong with our relationship to the land” — over environmentally friendly and productive landscapes like vegetable gardens, meadows or orchards.”

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The long sight of our Master Teacher, Ramtha

“One should not live in the cities. One should not live in the cities, for in the days to come not only are the plagues to run rampant, and not only shall it be in their water system, but when that which is called a drought comes forth, there will be murderers on the street who will rob your cupboards and slay you nigh for only a sliver of bread, for they are dangerous places indeed. So if you cannot move to the western sphere, it is imperative, I urge you, to move out of your cities and seek you a place that has high land. And if the land is only large enough to support an elaborate lawn and flowers, dig it up and plant food.”

– Ramtha
May 1986

For more information on this subject, read Ramtha’s original prophetic teaching on Earth Changes, Preparedness, and Sovereignty from the 1980s: Ramtha, The Last Waltz of the Tyrants

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