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M-Press
27-12-2004, 23:02
Just adding this here...
Was the Full moon yesterday?
What a disaster beyond belief... What a Tower...!
It seems that we already got used to our own distractiveness, but then Mother Earth comes, showing us her ways...

Anyone knows the time this happened? My newspaper doesn't have that info... This is definitely a moment to observe... something so hard to even begin digesting...

Imagemaker
27-12-2004, 23:17
Info from CNN:

The earthquake happened at 6:58 am, the tsunami hit beaches about 2 1/2 hours later--about 9:30 in Sri Lanka. Horrendous and shocking--a beautiful calm tropical day--then disaster.

There are 3 warning signs of a tsunami:
1. the earthquake
2. the pullback of the water on the shore (5-10 min before the first wave hits)
3. the freight-train noise of the incoming wave

The US and many countries in the Pacific have wave sensors on buoys that send a signals of unusual energy movement in the ocean, which can provide a bit of warning. But tsunamis are so rare in the Indian Ocean, those countries don't have those sensors in place.

The many countries involved make this so much more difficult to deal with in helping the victims. The area involved has been compared to the total east and west coasts of the US being hit.

In the face of such power and intensity, we are all so tiny and weak. May kindness and caring be our response.

Diana
28-12-2004, 02:38
23'000 dead and still counting....

For days I was feeling a sense of doom. As if something terrible was about to happen. I thought it had something to do with my private circle. But when I heard news of the earthquake and subsequent tidal waves, all sense of doom left me.

Can one see this kind of event in astrology???

isthmus nekoi
28-12-2004, 02:43
I believe earthquakes can be linked to Uranus transits, and since tsunamis are a result of earthquakes, I would say yes.

HudsonGray
28-12-2004, 13:47
I hear European tv has been running far more news stories about it than we get here (almost all day in Sweden, Thailand is a holiday destination for them), but I did hear that it hit in early morning when people were at breakfast.

Would you count the time as when the actual earthquake took place, or when the tsunami hit the various country's seashores? It's such a horrible thing, the worst one in 100 years for the death counts. The only place I haven't heard about being hit was Australia, and they'd have had something happening, they're to the south & would have had their northern beaches hit. Sri Lanka was the highest toll so far. It's so sad.

maria42airam
29-12-2004, 00:42
I was reading this morning in my "This Day in History" email that on December 28, 1908 at 5:20 A.M. a very bad earthquake hit the Straits of Messina in southern Italy.

How would an astrology beginner go about comparing the location of the various planets on that day versus the one this year?

scorpio
29-12-2004, 05:06
I used 6:58 AM Colombo, Sri lanka for the earthquake and 9:28 AM Colombo Sri Lanka for the tsunami, not suprising the latter has neptune (sea) conjunct the acendant.

M-Press
29-12-2004, 05:15
I must say I'm too paralysed to make much analysis right now...
everytime I log on cnn or listen to the radio news, the number of deaths just goes higher...
Can the fatality of this be seen in the stars? Whould that make an "ouaou" chart?
Can that be just a accident totally out of control?

These are the times that i just don't know whether to belive on a higher power or not... trying hard to understand what is this all about.
Right now, as the roller coaster goes on, it seems that the wave is still up... and I can't wait for it to go down...

katie_here
29-12-2004, 08:46
www.femail.co.uk Its the website to the daily paper that I read and it has published a timeline for the terrible asian disaster. I thought it may be of interest to those who were interested in the timing

here is what it says:

Sunday December 26
0059 GMT (0759 local)

An earthquake, initially measured at 8.9, erupts along two tectonic plates, the Australian and Eurasian plates, which meet just off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The quake is six miles down along a geological fault on the sea floor. The enormous release of energy from the massive rupture triggers a surge of powerful waves radiating across the Indian Ocean at speeds of up to 500mph.

0100-0130 GMT

The northern tip of Indonesia, which is just 65 miles from the epicentre, and the Indian-controlled Nicobar and Andaman Islands, also close by, are the first to be devastated. Huge waves crash on to the shoreline of the islands and the Aceh province of Indonesia, giving victims no warning. Within half an hour of the quake, reports say the Thai island of Phuket, a popular tourist venue, has also been hit by waves.

0300 GMT

Within two hours, the tsunami has ripped in to the coasts of India, Sri Lanka and Thailand, according to seismologist Dr David Booth, of the British Geological Survey. Waves as high as 12ft are reported in some parts and over the next hour, reports begin to come in of mild tremors along India's east coast and widespread flooding in the south and eastern areas of Sri Lanka, some 1,000 miles from the quake.

0400 GMT

By now the Maldives have fallen under the force of the tsunami as killer waves crash on to the 1,192 coral atolls.

0615 GMT

Tremors are felt in Bangladesh, according to the BBC and reports of the devastation in the Maldives begin to emerge.

0700 GMT

Reports emerge of people being swept from the beaches of Penang in Malaysia.

1330 GMT

Foreign Secretary Jack Straw sends a message of condolence to the countries affected.

1425 GMT

The Queen asks the Foreign Secretary to pass on her condolences as the death toll continues to rise.

1500 GMT

News organisations begin to report that Somalia's coastline in eastern Africa - some 3,000 miles away - has also been hit but it is several hours before the reports are confirmed.

1830 GMT

Aid agencies express fears for Burma as little information is coming out of the nation despite a certainty it must have suffered from the waves. It is again several hours before those fears are confirmed and it is clear people have died.


Monday December 27
Daybreak

A fresh tremor, measuring 6.0, hits Indian islands off the country's eastern coast sending shock across the Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Bay of Bengal

purple_scorp
30-12-2004, 21:16
The only place I haven't heard about being hit was Australia, and they'd have had something happening, they're to the south & would have had their northern beaches hit.

The Australian coast was not hit. Though, we have been experiencing some rather unusual weather for this time of year.

purple_scorp

NeXoRiouS
31-12-2004, 02:02
I'm living in Singapore. Though slight tremors are felt in some distant areas, no harm was done.

If anyone were to look at the epicenter of the quake, it is at the tip of sumatra. The uniqueness of this tsunami can be seen from its location. Why am I trying to say? If you're able to see what countries the tsunami harmed, the main aim of the tsunami was not intended to create any real damage. It is a wake up call.

Moreover, look at the map again, Singapore is only 300km away from the epicenter whereas compared to India which is further away. It seems as though Singapore has been 'protected' to avoid the flush.

Yes, the deaths are still counting but it does not mean a punishment.

In fact, this tsunami has also helped to put a temporary stop to the tension between India and Pakistan.

Astrology should be able to tell which are the planets involved and lead to which deity in charge. I really hope someone could do a research on it. Tsunami > Cause > Deity In charge > Main aim.

Just a suggestion but it will definitely be very interesting.

Kissa
31-12-2004, 03:35
If you're able to see what countries the tsunami harmed, the main aim of the tsunami was not intended to create any real damage. It is a wake up call.

i don't follow you...

what kind of a wake up call 120,000 victims (still counting) is??? the tsumani doesn't have brains, neither do earthquakes so i don't think they can have any intentions. they just happen.

i really cannot limit my views of the catastroph to the countries touched because it touched the whole world, first because of the many different nationalities harmed and also because scientifically the Earth is proven to be touched.

sorry for not being pleasant. i just read the list of the missing Finns. sometimes 4 or 5 persons with the same family name are missing. we are all touched. there will be empty sits in classrooms when kids return to school on jan. 10th. how do you explain this to your kids? that the tsumani didn't mean to kill their school buddy??????

re: astrology, there was an enormous earthquake in Iran last year on Christmas Day or Dec 26th. dunno if it can be related.

please if you can afford it, send money to help the victims. it's the only practical way to help them. and of course, you can pray/light up candles.

kissa

Asher
31-12-2004, 12:03
Using Scorpio's chart info, I ran some asteroids/Arabic parts. Very interesting...

The chart has Neptune (water) conjunct the ascendant in the first house, which, in mundane astrology, represents the country as a whole. We also find Uranus (earthquakes) in this house, in the water sign of Pisces -- an unexpected test of our faith/determination. But, most interesting, is the asteroid Siva (Hindu deity of destruction) is conjunct Neptune & the ascendant (destruction by water).

Asteroid Ani (earthquakes) is in a wide conjunction to the Moon in the 5th house (earthquake damage, and places for entertainment/amusement/vacation).

Asteroid Siwa (also destruction) is conjunct Chiron in the 12th house (suffering, desperation, need, loss, unhealthy condition).

Asteroid Dodona (flood) is conjunct Jupiter (= huge flood) in the 9th house
(foreign places, the incomprehensible).

Asteroid Kolga (waves) conjunct the Midheaven (in the public eye). Also conjunct the MC is the Asteroid BAM (hard impact). And, asteroid Waterfield (literally water in the field) is conjunct Saturn (lessons, restrictions) in the 6th house (public health/sickness of the country) opposite Chiron.

Arabic Parts:
Catastrophe -- 2nd house (what the country needs to survive)
Damage -- 3rd house (all means of inland transit, dissemination of information, neighboring nations)
Death and Disaster -- also 3rd house, conjunct North Node
Sudden parting -- 5th house (places of amusement, entertainment, vacation spots) conjunct the Moon
Tragedy & Fatality -- 7th house (foreign affairs -- we are seeing the world come to the aid of this tragedy)
Unusual events -- 9th house (foreign travel, foreign cultures) conjunct Jupiter (excesses)

Sources:
Schwartz, Asteroid Name Encyclopedia
Munkasey, Astrological Thesaurus (House Keywords)
Green, Raphael & Carter, Mundane Astrology

Asher

NeXoRiouS
31-12-2004, 13:41
Sorry Kissa for not stating the message clearly. Natural disasters have no brains - for that I can't answer. However, it is a tool. A tool just like a gun. If it is a tool, who uses it?

You can say natural disasters have no intention, it just happens. However there's always a reason behind everything. Science has explained what caused earthquakes (plate shifts etc) and tsunami and so forth. However, my point of saying it as a wake up call because no one up there is trying to cause total destruction of any kind. It is in a location that aims at different places. I live in Singapore which is only 300km away, why wasn't it targetted? Singapore is only A DOT on the world map. As compared to the Maldive islands that have a small shape on the maps that got submerged.

I'm sorry I strayed from the topic. I'm just trying to say someone up there are just doing their jobs.

Anyway, Asher you've provided very interesting information. Especially

But, most interesting, is the asteroid Siva (Hindu deity of destruction) is conjunct Neptune & the ascendant (destruction by water).


We also find Uranus (earthquakes) in this house, in the water sign of Pisces -- an unexpected test of our faith/determination.


This relates to what I'm saying.

horoskope88
31-12-2004, 14:31
Astrology should be able to tell which are the planets involved and lead to which deity in charge.

I was thinking about a presiding deity for this disaster too. Being Thai, I was shocked to see footage of the Thai flag -my flag- getting thrashed around in the waves. To try to find some meaning from this, I considered it from a symbolic standpoint.

In classical mythology, earthquakes and tsunamis are attributed to Poseidon, also known as Neptune, when he is displeased. With an angry stomp of his foot, he could cause an earthquake; with his trident, he could send huge waves inland, wiping out coastal villages. So I guess the question becomes: How have we, as a modern society, angered Poseidon?

I think the answer lies in astrology. Poseidon's namesake planet, Neptune, is the planet of boundless compassion, right? Neptune is the planet that says, "The greatest illusion is seperatedness," the planet dissolves boundaries and barriers between people, beliefs, cultures, nations, to the realization that we are all one.

So it's become my conclusion, then, that last week's disaster in south Asia is a big wake-up call to the world from Neptune. He's saying, "Hey! You humans have forgotten how to live together in peace; you've forgotten you're all on the same team! So here's your chance to show that you guys can pull together as a team to help each other, to demonstrate that you can all work together (Neptune dissolves boundaries, it rules assimilation, right?)! Here's your chance to practice acts of compassion!"

As author Caroline W. Casey would say, "Let's make this into the most compassionate and kind world we can dream up!"

How has everyone else tried to make sense of this?

NeXoRiouS
31-12-2004, 19:25
Thanks horoskope88! These words are what I've also been thinking of!

Though it's a 'sad' way to use natural disasters to put message through, death is only an illusion. The message is known by me, you, here, people all over but sadly not to everyone. Despite that, its sufficient, the message they are sending has reached our docks.

The call is not just for asians. It's to everyone. People don't understand the real message because they didn't perceive beyond what's death. Embrace ourselves from the shocks and spread the message to the rest. Mother nature is 'dying'. Pollution, melting poles, uv rays, dying trees, nuclear after-effects and etc... People are still fighting one another over things they can't bring to the next life.

The real people who need help are not those who's houses got washed away, family got disappeared. It is us. We're the ones who in deep shXt.

paradoxx
01-01-2005, 12:32
a follow up to Asher

Asteroid Hind (Hindu) was at 1 Scorpio, Mars was following up behind at 0 Scorpio and have since then been in a steady continual conjunction to the degree, they are as of new years eve @ 4Scorpio. By the time they sepearate there should be a confirmable death toll.

Jupiter in Libra also forces the realization that if we take the effort to do this correctly, then everyone will prosper once things are back in order after the long haul of repair gets underway. Good news was almost drowned out over the disaster, but the Ozone hole has decreased this last year. I fear that it may not stay that way, this year was far too dry, but cultivation of the positive is how we persevere through the negative.

Cerulean
01-01-2005, 13:06
Horoskope88 asks...
How has everyone else tried to make sense of this?

Oh Horoskope88, a co-worker whose father's family lost an aunt in that area--he is a native of Ceylon (he said it was okay to call his region by this name), he said Xmas Eve was joyful for the place his family was had snow for the first time in several years...and Sunday was one of those nightmare days where they had a list of people to call to find out who was alive...he spoke of the Buddhist holiday and the gathering of his friends and family and those sharing the news. They called from one of the states in the U.S. to family and friends in those areas.

For his family, every worship weekend, he exchanges a threaded bracelet of one of the five colors of the flag from their Buddhist temple that he sees friends and family in...it is next to his Lance Armstrong bracelet. The contributions he makes to such things can be seen as bright as a sleeve on his arm.

I was thinking of his contributions and bright threaded bracelets, my looking at bracelets that show the causes we support.

I am going to find something like that soon.

Regards

Cerulean

NeXoRiouS
02-01-2005, 01:04
It's understandable that everyone sees Death as a big thing. However it is not. As in Tarot, Death is only transformation, it is the destruction of illusion. Souls don't die. The fact is souls can't die. We just change and take another form.

A couple of friends and I can't wait to die. Not because we detest living. There is so much more bliss back 'home'. However the reason why we remain alive is to finish our jobs.

Death is not a big hoo-ha. It's just one step closer to the One.

Furthermore, those killed by the disaster aren't going to be pushed into depths of torturing hells. They died for a cause. To prove a point. It's not like they are not going come back as our descendants except for those who refuse to leave home.

The truth is, we all have free will. If we're going to die for a cause, we have to allow permission or else we won't die. All of us have made our choices long time ago.

See beyond physical death and the wonders of it will shine upon us.

Diana
02-01-2005, 03:23
edited. (I was asked to edit one line. I prefer to edit the whole post in this case.)

Cerulean
02-01-2005, 04:00
We all have different reactions to sorrow. My reaction was tempered by knowing someone and others who was close in family and affiliation to the countries involved. I also understand others have different ways of dealing with such thoughts...

I truly believe it is best to allow people to express their opinions, even if I have painful reactions to what I hear. We are truly an international forum with different belief and contexts to how we are seeing and feeling news.

I think I am best in looking at solutions, if possible. Here is a possible link to research how the living might help in this disaster relief, if your passions direct you to this:

http://www.google.com/tsunami_relief.html

My dearest wish for you all, a blessed wish for 'peace' in how you come to terms with such things...

Sincerely,

Cerulean

isthmus nekoi
02-01-2005, 04:21
Very well said, Cerulean. Astrology, like any thought system, helps us to pull out threads of meaning from chaos. However, there are many different threads and none should be taken as the "correct" one. We are free to disagree but I would ask that posters please refrain from suggesting you have the correct perception of this situation.

edited to add: Also, I would ask posters to please stay on topic as this is the astrology forum.

Moongold
02-01-2005, 07:44
The Australian coast was not hit. Though, we have been experiencing some rather unusual weather for this time of year.

purple_scorp
But at 1.58am AEDT on Thursday, 23 December 2004 there was a massive earthquake near Macquarie Island in Antarctica. It was the biggest earthquake in Antarctica since 1924 and measured 8.2 on the Richter scale. It was felt very strongly in Tasmania, the southern most Australian state.

I'm not scientifically trained but there has to be some connection. This quake was not even mentioned on one of the world quake web sites but I have double checked it in newspaper reports and on other sites.

It seems that there are literally ongoing little and large quakes all the time, right across the world. I had forgotten this.

Moongold
02-01-2005, 08:54
There are charts of both the original earthquake near Aceh amd the subsequent tsunami with analyses of both here: http://www.aquarianzone.net/tsunami.html

Nevada
02-01-2005, 09:59
by the deaths, as well as physically, according to a report at:

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2004-12/31/content_2400222.htm

"The gigantic Asian sea quake on Sunday - the most dramatic seismic shock in more than 40 years - made the earth wobble on its axis and permanently changed the geology of the surrounding area, scientists claim. . . ."

Nevada

starsongs
03-01-2005, 13:09
these thoughts are not yet well-formed, but I hope they make some sense...maybe someone has some thoughts to add.

I can't stop thinking about the tsunami's connection to the discovery of Sedna as well as to the humanity's shift in consciousness in general..both Sedna and tsunami have numerical qualities of 7.

by definition, an earthquake is a shift in the earth itself. The one that caused the tsunami occurred on the ocean's floor. Sedna, mythological Goddess of the Inuit people lived/lives on the ocean floor.

A recently discovered planet with an estimated orbit of 10,500 years is found way way out in space in an icy (water) region heralding the possibility of more such discoveries. This new body was named Sedna after the Inuit arctic goddess. She was then visible from a higher place..This seemed symbolic of the objectification (air) of emotions (water) and of healing old wounds on a collective level. (The Moon and Saturn are conjunct in Cancer in the discovery chart) This also seemed to fit with the turning of the ages...the finishing up of Virgo/Pisces type issues of victimization/martyrdom etc. The Sun, Moon/Saturn and Mars (in Sedna’s discovery chart) are in Scorpio, Cancer and Pisces respectively also suggestive of her strong link to the water triad and emotions.

Discovery chart info I used: Nov 13 2003, 10:32 pm Palomar Mountian, California (PST)

There are many variations of Sedna’s myth all seeming to connect to a certain level of passage we make as human beings. In one version, Sedna is the complete victim of her fathers wish for her to marry, as in an arranged marriage,. In another she makes a choice, but for the wrong reasons and so she ends up miserable and alone. Some have linked her to the outcast, downtrodden and homeless, whilst others have suggested she was selfish and mercenary. Still others have described her as an all nurturing and caring mother type.

You can read about Sedna and her myth on the links below:

http://www.spiralgoddess.com/Sedna.html

http://www.rainewalker.com/sedna.htm

http://www.polarlife.ca/Traditional/myth/sedna.htm

http://www.gps.caltech.edu/~mbrown/sedna/

http://www.moonspells.com/ie/articles/sedna.html


Something else I ran into recently seems connected as well. A book called "The Hidden Messages in Water" by Masaru Emoto (Master of Emotions?) In this incredible book we learn of his work with water and his finding it has 'memory' and reacts to words, thoughts, music, images and intentions. He photographs water in its frozen form to show how crystal patterns differ depending upon what the water is exposed to....here is another connection to water and to ice....

"Water is the mirror of the soul. It has many faces formed by aligning itself with the consciousness of human beings" a quote from the book

I had just finished reading the book several weeks ago..It is incredible! you can read about his work here:

http://www.life-enthusiast.com/twilight/research_emoto.htm

http://www.collectivewisdominitiative.org/vibration2.htm

And so, might this tsunami on some level have incorporated the emotional pain and anguish humanity has suffered for the last 10,500 years??.. Might its incredible force and destruction somehow be a metaphor for that release?

Roaring like a freight train at the speed of 500 MPH, yet silent and undetected until it is close to the shore..symbolic of what lie hidden in the depths..??.

i welcome your thoughts
starsongs

starsongs
03-01-2005, 15:14
Using Scorpio's chart info, I ran some asteroids/Arabic parts. Very interesting...

The chart has Neptune (water) conjunct the ascendant in the first house, which, in mundane astrology, represents the country as a whole. We also find Uranus (earthquakes) in this house, in the water sign of Pisces -- an unexpected test of our faith/determination. But, most interesting, is the asteroid Siva (Hindu deity of destruction) is conjunct Neptune & the ascendant (destruction by water).

Asteroid Ani (earthquakes) is in a wide conjunction to the Moon in the 5th house (earthquake damage, and places for entertainment/amusement/vacation).

Asteroid Siwa (also destruction) is conjunct Chiron in the 12th house (suffering, desperation, need, loss, unhealthy condition).

Asteroid Dodona (flood) is conjunct Jupiter (= huge flood) in the 9th house
(foreign places, the incomprehensible).

Asteroid Kolga (waves) conjunct the Midheaven (in the public eye). Also conjunct the MC is the Asteroid BAM (hard impact). And, asteroid Waterfield (literally water in the field) is conjunct Saturn (lessons, restrictions) in the 6th house (public health/sickness of the country) opposite Chiron.

Arabic Parts:
Catastrophe -- 2nd house (what the country needs to survive)
Damage -- 3rd house (all means of inland transit, dissemination of information, neighboring nations)
Death and Disaster -- also 3rd house, conjunct North Node
Sudden parting -- 5th house (places of amusement, entertainment, vacation spots) conjunct the Moon
Tragedy & Fatality -- 7th house (foreign affairs -- we are seeing the world come to the aid of this tragedy)
Unusual events -- 9th house (foreign travel, foreign cultures) conjunct Jupiter (excesses)

Sources:
Schwartz, Asteroid Name Encyclopedia
Munkasey, Astrological Thesaurus (House Keywords)
Green, Raphael & Carter, Mundane Astrology

Asher

Asher, thanks so much for all of this information; most particularly on the asteriods relative to all of this..very telling!
:)

paradoxx
03-01-2005, 18:17
It's understandable that everyone sees Death as a big thing. However it is not. As in Tarot, Death is only transformation, it is the destruction of illusion. Souls don't die. The fact is souls can't die. We just change and take another form.

A couple of friends and I can't wait to die. Not because we detest living. There is so much more bliss back 'home'. However the reason why we remain alive is to finish our jobs.

Death is not a big hoo-ha. It's just one step closer to the One.

Furthermore, those killed by the disaster aren't going to be pushed into depths of torturing hells. They died for a cause. To prove a point. It's not like they are not going come back as our descendants except for those who refuse to leave home.

The truth is, we all have free will. If we're going to die for a cause, we have to allow permission or else we won't die. All of us have made our choices long time ago.

See beyond physical death and the wonders of it will shine upon us.

This has been my New Year message, your post has placed it all into perspective (I'm thinking Venus conjunct Mercury conjunct Pluto). We must learn from this and prepare for all things possible.

paradoxx
01-03-2005, 11:27
Like i said, all things possible

http://www.dawn.com/2005/02/28/int14.htm

Lost Cities, imagine that.

scorpio
01-03-2005, 16:26
I too was very impressed with asher's chart, i would also add that the mutual reception of neptune in aquarius and uranus in pisces must be of some importance. I loooked for asher's asteriod book at astroamerica and amazon to no avail, any tips appreciated!

rainwolf
01-03-2005, 16:40
I was reading this morning in my "This Day in History" email that on December 28, 1908 at 5:20 A.M. a very bad earthquake hit the Straits of Messina in southern Italy.

How would an astrology beginner go about comparing the location of the various planets on that day versus the one this year?

www.alabe.com makes birthcharts but that shows where the planets are...

paradoxx
17-06-2005, 18:06
three earthquakes have hit California in this last week, So I unearthed this thread and using Ashers asteroid listings we have an interesting situaiton:

Dodona-21 Libra
Ani-24 cancer
Siwa-20 aries
Siva-28 capricorn
Kolga-6 sagittarius rx

Siwa (destruction)is conjunct the north node of the moon in opposition to Dodona (flood) which is in conjunction to asteroids America and Washingtonia. to add to this, the moon has transited over these degrees on Thurdsday, when the latest (so far) earthquake hit east of l.A.

Ani (earthquake) is wedged between Venus and Mercury from the rear and Saturn in front. This has been an eerie week for this kind of news after the massive damage done in Indonesia (but they found a buried city, so its give and take). Siva (destruction) is thankfully void of course for now, especially with Kolga (waves) in oppostion to Vesta (commitment ot work) thus putting some strain on the fishing industry. Also electric needs may be interrupted through this next week, save your information regularly and stay safe.