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The Year 2006 Starting Off Bleak


By James Donahue

Jan. 6, 2006


The ringing in of a new year has always been a time of joy and exuberant expression of “turning over a new leaf” and improving the way we live and the direction the world is taking. The tradition has been to make New Year’s resolutions and step out boldly into each new day with a fresh hope that things will be better than they were in the year just ended.


Well, it didn’t take long for the year 2006 to collapse into chaotic misery that already threatens to not only replicate the horrors of 2005, but surpass them. Prophet and Psychic Aaron C. Donahue warns that the great judgment has begun.


The year is only six days old and already we have experienced a terrible explosion in a West Virginia coal mine that claimed 12 lives and threatens a sole survivor that clings to life in a local hospital.


Other major developments:


A former lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiracy, tax evasion and mail fraud and agreed to cooperate in an influence-peddling investigation that threatens to bring down as many as 20 powerful members of the U.S. Congress.


Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has suffered a massive stroke and now lies on a respirator fighting for his life. The power has been transferred to his deputy, Vice Premier Ehud Olmert. It appears that there will be a sudden and unexpected shift in power in that Middle Eastern hotspot.


Suicide bombers are striking all over war-torn Iraq, killing soldiers, police officers and civilians by the hundreds this week. It is turning out to be one of the bloodiest weeks ever in Iraq since U.S. led allied forces invaded the country just over two years ago.


Storms bringing heavy rains and flooding ravaged California while wildfires fanned by hot dry winds roared across drought-stricken areas of Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, killing five people, destroying an estimated 470 homes, taking out entire towns, and even threatening Oklahoma City.


Wildfires also roared across another drought-stricken area near Sidney, Australia, where people are sweltering under a record summer heat wave with readings as high as 112 degrees Fahrenheit. Several homes were destroyed.


Heavy snow caused the roof of a public ice rink in Bavaria to collapse Monday, killing an estimated 15 people, mostly children, who were enjoying the New Year holiday inside.


An estimated 277 people were killed in flooding and landslides brought on by heavy rains that swept Indonesia’s Island of Java. An estimated 120 homes were buried in the mud. Whole villages were reportedly swept away by the flooding.


Heavy rains and flooding in Southern Africa killed an estimated 13 people in Mozambique. At least 2000 people were displaced after villages were flooded when the Ruo River overflowed its banks.


At this rate, folks are going to dread waking up each day to find out what new horrors await them.


Psychic Aaron C. Donahue warned that this was going to be a dark year. He is expected to complete the predictions he was not allowed to make last week during his Sunday appearance on Coast to Coast. The 15 minutes host George Noory gave Donahue was not enough time to reveal what he sees looming this year.


Because of overpopulation and global warming, and humanity's unwillingness to give up materialism to support the Mother Earth, every day from this day on will be slightly worse than the day before.


At the rate 2006 has opened, the downslide is occurring relatively fast.




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