It seems that trying to blame someone is not contributing to learning or spreading our knowledge. I find that when someone expresses fear for someone else - it is their own fears that scare them.
We may as shamans inadvertently cause a reaction. But who really knows if it is good or bad?
I'll give you several personal examples. I communicated with the hurricanes that passed through Florida, out of concern for my own safety. I usually wanted to know whether to evacuate or put up the hurricane shutters.
The first time I tried, out of frustration since the weather stations could not predict it accurately, I saw the hurricane (it looked like the Michelin tire man, but made out of water) stomping towards me. It walked across the ocean and then took her fist and slammed it down on the shore. Then she took her other fist and slammed it again on the shore. The land shook each time. This vision was shown to me three times, like a movie playing over and over.
When I got up from this vision, I told my husband to pack our spam. I told him not only were we going to get hit hard, but we were going to get two hurricanes, one after the other.
We did get hit hard in SW Florida with Hurricane Frances, with some people having no electricity for up to 1-2 months and schools and businesses shut down for over two weeks. Three weeks later, Hurricane Jeanne hit within a one mile radius of Frances.
I didn't interfere, I simply used the knowledge for my own safety. However, as I mentioned earlier, we can sometime interfere without trying. In October 2007, there was a tropical storm/hurricane that was headed towards south Florida. Since they usually intensify when they hit the warm Gulf waters, I was concerned. A tropical storm can easily turn into a level 3 hurricane within hours.
So I journeyed to talk with Hurricane Noel. This one was different. It was dark for a long time before he tuned into me. But once tuned in he seemed happy. I greeted him, and asked if he could tell me where is was headed so I could know if I should leave. He asked why would I leave? I told him, that so far he had caused a lot of damage and even deaths in Haiti and Cuba and that I didn't want to die.
He asked how he caused the deaths. I told him we are easily damaged and that the wind force and rains caused buildings and objects to strike people and killed them. He seemed concerned. He said he was lonely and just wanted to be near us. Then our connection was abruptly cut off.
The next morning, I checked the Weather Channel and was shocked to see that Hurricane Noel had abruptly turned straight right out into the Atlantic where he intensified into his magnificent self - safely away from people. For a visual on this, please visit http://bluegator.com/testsite/hurricane-noel.html
. I took this as good thing, but who knows really.