lundi 12 septembre 2011

Canada: The exorcism of the flood of the river Ha! Ha!


The River Ha! Ha!  is a stream of  Quebec's Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, which has its source in Lake Ha! near Ferland-et-Boileau. It then crosses La Baie de Saguenay and flows into the Saguenay River (Baie de Ha Ha).
        
Le Saguenay is an administrative region of Quebec, located on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River. It is composed of four regional county municipalities (MRC) and 49 municipalities.
        
The term Ha Ha! is neither of onomatopoeia or a mockery, but a derivation of the French term meaning haha unexpected obstacle on the path.
        
During the "Saguenay Flood" from 19 to 21 July 1996, the dam of Lake Ha! Ha! in La Baie, yields, causing all the water of the lake and several houses on the banks of the Ha! Ha! to the Baie des Ha! Ha!
        
In 48 hours: 250 millimeters of rain, 16,000 people evacuated, 1,350 houses destroyed, 7 dead. One of the most costly natural disasters in the history of Canada begins ...
        
I must admit that during these four days of deluge, Poseidon and Amphitrite had to laugh "Ha Ha .... Ha! Ha! "
        
Not for very long because Canadians have found a cure for unstoppable madness of the gods of water.
         In 1998, the architect Jean Jules Souci built  a pyramid with three sides of  aluminum of  21 meters inspired the seal of the "Illuminati" (the oldest order of the secret organization "Masters of the World") next to the bed of the new bed of  Ha! Ha! for the recovery of EM waves and photonic telluric water!
         And finally exorcise the floods in the kingdom of Saguenay, as called the discoverer of the Canadian, French captain Jacques Quartier (1491-1557)!

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