Listening to Prescience - Always - 4.7 Earthquake Rattles Sedona!

Most of you knew I was going for a month long vacation in Sedona. I woke 2-3 days before end of my vacation with a strong urge to leave a day early even though I would lose money on the prepaid vacation rental for that early departure. I never consciously realized why I was leaving early, BUT I did seem to be mentally distracted about falling rocks from a big mountain in the neighborhood.

This 4.7 quake (see Fox News article below) occurred that Sunday evening. But, I had loaded up and left my vacation rental by 10:15 AM Sunday. So far, I have yet to experience an earthquake and I have no desire to go through that experience if I can avoid it!

To many people, experiencing a quake is no big deal, but I'm very grateful I didn't have to feel that 4.7 tremor, especially at night!

A friend of mine who lives there said the quake was widely felt and rocks were loose and falling in the area.

While in the vacation rental, I would sit on my patio and stare at a very massive red mountain nearby and wonder why two home owners on that street would have built their homes so very close to the base of this mountain. I was glad my rental was a little further away, even though, it was still too close for me! The red soft rocks in Sedona do break and fall. There are frequent highway signs that caution for falling rock.

Just as a reminder to everyone: LISTEN AND FOLLOW THROUGH YOUR INTUITION & YOUR PRESCIENCE - EVEN WHEN YOU MAY HAVE DOUBT IN YOUR FEELINGS OR YOU MAY NOT KNOW THE REASON FOR YOUR FEELINGS... JUST DO IT! YOU HAVE A DIVINE PRESENCE THAT IS AWARE OF ALL THAT IS AROUND YOU.

- Verniece

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/12/01/magnitude-47-earthquake-near-arizona-tourist-town-sedona-rattles-residents-no/


Magnitude-4.7 earthquake near Arizona tourist town of Sedona rattles residents; no injuries

SEDONA, Ariz. –  A moderate earthquake that struck northern Arizona was widely felt around the tourist town of Sedona, but there were no reports of injury or damage.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-4.7 temblor that hit Sunday night was centered 7 miles north of Sedona and 6 miles underground.

Area residents reported feeling shaking and swaying. The USGS website recorded 1,000 responses within an hour of the quake from people — mainly in Flagstaff and Sedona — saying they felt the quake.

The Arizona Department of Transportation says crews removed some rocks and debris from a highway connecting Sedona, famous for its red rock formations, and the northern Arizona city of Flagstaff.

ADOT says State Route 89A has been checked and declared safe.