Firefighter poses in the 4 feet of hail that fell north of Amarillo, Texas on April 11, 2012. Source
Violent hail storms have undeniably been on the increase in both intensity and frequency around the globe as a direct result of the approaching Planet X, aka Nibiru.
"We warned at the start of ZetaTalk, in 1995, that unpredictable weather extremes would occur and increase on a lineal basis up until the pole shift. Where this occurred steadily, it has only recently become undeniable. ZetaTalk, and only ZetaTalk, warned of these weather changes, at that early date." ZetaTalk: Weather Extremes
Where many of these extreme weather events have been reported on ZetaTalk and the ECAPS ning, an astonishing escalation of insurance claims for hail and wind damage across North America since 2008 further corroborates the Zetas' predictions.
Hail-related damage claims for auto insurance more than doubled in 2011 compared to the average filed between 2008 and 2010.
By 2012, hail damage had jumped 84 percent from 2010 and constituted the predominant insurance claim across the U.S.
"Insurance claims from hail damage have increased an astounding 84 percent since 2010, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. While homeowners filed the greatest number of claims, auto policy claims are rising at the fastest rate, more than six times greater in 2012 than in 2010."
Insurance companies in Canada likewise reeled from the dramatic surge of hail damage claims in 2012.
In 2013, insurance companies started raising policy premiums, increasing deductibles and even incorporating exclusions for damages caused by hail and wind.
Homeowners insurance companies in Kansas filed last year for rate increases that averaged 14.6 percent, with some companies filing for more than 20 percent. And that came on top of an average increase of 6 percent the year before.
The companies attribute the increase largely to the high amount of hail, wind and tornado damage claims in recent years that are affecting the rates.
“There has been a tremendous amount of wind and hail damage,” said Steve Witmer, spokesman for American Family Insurance.
For three of the past four years, Farmers Insurance set new records for claims, said company spokesman Luis Sahagun. Losses in 2011 were an 82 percent jump over the previous worst year.
New Deductible for Hail, Wind Damage in Ohio (July 2013)
Insurers, hit with a rapidly growing number of claims caused by storms over the past five years, are starting to ask homeowners to pay a separate deductible for wind and hail damage that is higher than they are used to paying for claims.
“Over the last five years, catastrophic wind and hail storms have led to historic numbers of claims to help people repair damage to their homes. The frequency and severity of these storms have made it necessary for us to make changes to our homeowners’ deductible.”
New Hail And Wind Exclusion for Insurance Coverage (April 2013)
The "Cosmetic Damage Exclusion" for hail and wind damage, excludes payments for damage to exterior surfaces including walls, roofs, doors and windows from hail or wind if the storm impacts the appearance but not the function of these elements.
The American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS), an organization that develops policy forms used by more than 700 property and casualty insurance companies, created this new exclusion for insurance companies that have been hit hard by storm losses over the past decade.
Since 2008, U.S. insurers have paid 4.5 million hail claims totaling $32.1 billion, according to Verisk Underwriting.
"Is this as bad as it will get, prior to the pole shift when hurricane force winds will sweep the Earth and every region of the globe will emerge with a new climate and geography? Has the lineal increase we predicted in 1995 reached its climax? We are not here with good tidings, nor were we here with good tidings in 1995." ZetaTalk
Below is a sampling of the more severe hail events that have occurred since 2012.
Southeastern U.S. Buried in 6 Inches of Hail (March 2012)
4 Feet of Hail in Texas Panhandle (April 2012)
Giant Hail Stones Pound Sichuan (May 2012)
Devastating Hail Submerges Cars in Colorado (June 2012)
Destructive Hail Storm Closes Mississippi School (March 2013)
Students, teachers and staff at Lovett Elementary School in Clinton had to move into the old Eastside Elementary campus after a severe hailstorm shattered windows, destroyed the school’s roof and flooded hallways and classrooms, leaving the building inoperable.
“There was no way we could hold school here. The baseball-sized hail perforated the roof so badly that there were leaks in every classroom.”
The National Weather Service confirmed that the hail in Clinton was the third largest on record to hit the state since records began back in 1950.
Freak Hail Storm Batters Afghanistan Military Base (April 2013)
7 Feet of Hail in Central Mexico (May 2013)
Storm Dumps Nearly 2 Feet of Hail in New Mexico (July 2013)
Amalzan, Spain (July 2014)