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Home Heavenly messages 2012 AN OCEAN OF DRINKING WATER UNDER THE AFRICAN LAND. A SCIENTIFIC STUDY PROVES IT.
AN OCEAN OF DRINKING WATER UNDER THE AFRICAN LAND. A SCIENTIFIC STUDY PROVES IT.
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AN OCEAN OF DRINKING WATER UNDER THE AFRICAN LAND.
A SCIENTIFIC STUDY PROVES IT.

SETUN SHENAR COMMUNICATES:

OUR BROTHER OF LIGHT THROUGH THE MESSENGER OF THE HEAVEN EUGENIO SIRAGUSA, HAD COMMUNICATED TO  YOUR  SCIENCE AN IMPORTANT GEOLOGICAL AND SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY  ON THE SURVIVAL OF A PART OF YOUR PEOPLE WHO SUFFER THE THIRST AND THE DROUGHT.
THIS INFORMATION WAS GIVEN TO YOU  IN THE YEAR 1985 OF YOUR TIME, BUT YOUR SCIENCE WITHOUT CONSCIENCE, AS USUAL, COORDINATED BY  CORRUPTED SCIENTISTS AT THE SERVICE OF THE  TYRANNIC POWER, HAS TOTALLY IGNORED THIS IMPORTANT  OFFER INDICATED BY OUR BROTHER OF LIGHT CALLED BY EUGENIO  HOARA
NOW, ONCE AGAIN, YOU ARE FORCED TO ADMIT HOW ACCURATE WERE OUR PREDICTIONS AND HOW PERFECT WERE  OUR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHES.
WHAT A PITY ! THE REGRET AND COMMISERATION WE FEEL FOR YOU ARE ALL OURS, BUT  YOURS ARE THE  RESPONSIBILITIES, YOURS ARE THE CRIMES OF WHICH YOU MUST RESPOND VERY SOON TO THE HEAVENLY SUPREME COURT  CHAIRED BY THE SUPREME JUDGE JESUS THE CHRIST.
THE BLUE  WATER IN THE UNDERGROUND OF THE WONDERFUL  AFRICAN  CONTINENT WILL  BE SURELY AVAILABLE FOR  THE   NEW ERA INHABITANTS:  THE RIGHTEOUS, THE SAINTS, THE PURE OF HEART AND THE CHILDREN,  THE CHILDREN OF  LIFE.
PEACE.

SETUN SHENAR SALUTE


Montevideo (Uruguay)
21st April , 2012. 6:05 p.m.
Giorgio Bongiovanni


AFRICA
HOARA COMMUNICATES:
  FROM OUR SPECIFIC  POLLS


WE FOUND OUT  THAT  THE UNDERGROUND OF THE  MOST PART OF THE AFRICAN CONTINENT IS  RICH OF IMMENSE AQUIFER BASINS. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO USE YOUR TECHNOLOGY TO BRING THIS PRECIOUS LIFE ELEMENT IN THE SURFACE.
 WE TELL YOU THAT DOING SO, AND SOON, YOU CAN REGENERATE OF FERTILITY ALL THOSE  AREAS THAT HAS BEEN HURT BY THE PROLONGED DROUGHT IN PART DUE TO A INSUFFICIENCY OF THE CURRENTS  BECAUSE OF   YOUR NUCLEAR SCIENCE.
DRILLS AND SUITABLE STRUCTURES ARE REUIRED TO  PRESERVE THE WATER, REMEMBERING  THE NEED TO KEEP IT IN PROPER CLOSED CONTAINERS AND TO USE SUITABLE MAINS TO SORT THE ELEMENT  IN  THE AREAS WHERE THE NEED IT.
IT IS ALSO NECESSARY TO EDUCATE PEOPLE TO MAKE  THE LAND ALIVE  AND  FRUCTIFYING, PROVIDING THEM  ENOUGH AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURES AND  MEANS
 IF YOU WANT TO STOP  THE ADVANCE OF THE DESERT  AND THE DEATH OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE FOR HUNGER AND THIRST, YOU MUST WORK NOW AND SERIOUSLY. IN THE  AFRICAN UNDERGROUND, WE FOUND OUT, BESIDES THE  HUGE BASINS OF VERY PURE WATER, A LOTS OF MINERAL DEPOSITS OF LIQUIDS WHICH ARE   USEFUL TO YOUR HEALTH.
THIS IS   OUR ADVICE.

HOARA SALUTE

Nicolosi, 10th May 1985
9:00 A,M,
Eugenio Siragusa

'Huge' water resource exists under Africa

Posted on April 20, 2012
by Beth S.
Scientists say the notoriously dry continent of Africa is sitting on a vast reservoir of groundwater.
by Matt McGrath, Science Reporter, BBC World Service
They argue that the total volume of water in aquifers underground is 100 times the amount found on the surface.
The team have produced the most detailed map yet of the scale and potential of this hidden resource.
Writing in the journal Environmental Research Letters, they stress that large scale drilling might not be the best way of increasing water supplies.
Across Africa more than 300 million people are said not to have access to safe drinking water.
Demand for water is set to grow markedly in coming decades due to population growth and the need for irrigation to grow crops.
Freshwater rivers and lakes are subject to seasonal floods and droughts that can limit their availability for people and for agriculture. At present only 5% of arable land is irrigated.Now scientists have for the first time been able to carry out a continent-wide analysis of the water that is hidden under the surface in aquifers. Researchers from the British Geological Survey and University College London (UCL) have mapped in detail the amount and potential yield of this groundwater resource across the continent.
Helen Bonsor from the BGS is one of the authors of the paper. She says that up until now groundwater was out of sight and out of mind. She hopes the new maps will open people's eyes to the potential.
"Where there's greatest ground water storage is in northern Africa, in the large sedimentary basins, in Libya, Algeria and Chad," she said.
"The amount of storage in those basins is equivalent to 75m thickness of water across that area - it's a huge amount."

Ancient events

Due to changes in climate that have turned the Sahara into a desert over centuries many of the aquifers underneath were last filled with water over 5,000 years ago.
The scientists collated their information from existing hydro-geological maps from national governments as well as 283 aquifer studies.
The researchers say their new maps indicate that many countries currently designated as "water scarce" have substantial groundwater reserves.
However, the scientists are cautious about the best way of accessing these hidden resources. They suggest that widespread drilling of large boreholes might not work.
Dr Alan MacDonald of the BGS, lead author of the study, told the BBC: "High-yielding boreholes should not be developed without a thorough understanding of the local groundwater conditions.
"Appropriately sited and developed boreholes for low yielding rural water supply and hand pumps are likely to be successful."
With many aquifers not being filled due to a lack of rain, the scientists are worried that large-scale borehole developments could rapidly deplete the resource.
African water supplies may be more resilient to climate change than was thought
According to Helen Bonsor, sometimes the slower means of extraction can be more efficient.
"Much lower storage aquifers are present across much of sub-Saharan Africa," she explained.
"However, our work shows that with careful exploring and construction, there is sufficient groundwater under Africa to support low yielding water supplies for drinking and community irrigation."
The scientists say that there are sufficient reserves to be able to cope with the vagaries of climate change.
"Even in the lowest storage aquifers in semi arid areas with currently very little rainfall, ground water is indicated to have a residence time in the ground of 20 to 70 years." Dr Bonsor said.
"So at present extraction rates for drinking and small scale irrigation for agriculture groundwater will provide and will continue to provide a buffer to climate variability."
The publication of the new map was welcomed by the UK's secretary of state for international development, Andrew Mitchell.
"This is an important discovery," he said. "This research, which the British Government has funded, could have a profound effect on some of the world's poorest people, helping them become less vulnerable to drought and to adapt to the impact of climate change."

Source:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-17775211

 


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