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Signs of the Times #1405
From Rinaldo in Spain: this photo was taken [Apr 27] from the home roof, in Ibiza, Balearic Islands at 19:30. I took several pictures with a Digital Camera Minolta 5.0 Megapixels, without filters and in several positions and I found this images above the sun. This picture is the most clear. One is the original and the second is changing the light spectrum. I really can't believe what my eyes see. [and from another source] When I face South [May 2] using Welders No:10 glass, there is a spot like a Magic Pen dot between 3 and 4 o'clock position just away from the center focal point of the Sun? It looks as if it is not moving. [Note: not a webcam photo. A distinct moon swirl of Planet X showing up at the 10:30 o'clock postion, visible also by naked eye.]
Signs of the Times #1404
Meteor sighting thrills Prairie astronomers [Apr 26] 'Stargazing experts have been fielding dozens of calls from people who spotted a massive meteor in the daytime sky over western Manitoba on Saturday. Astronomers say this type of spectacle doesn't happen often. Most of the meteors that we see at night are just little grains of sand, and a really bright one might be the size of a marble. But this was probably the size of a suitcase.' [and from another source] Meteor spotted over southern B.C. [Apr 26] 'A fireball shot across the sky over southern B.C. on Monday. The Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Penticton said the meteor was a rock left over from the formation of the solar system 4.5 billion years ago. The meteor lit up the skies over Kamloops, but was also seen as far away as the Vancouver area.' [and from another source] 'A brilliant green fireball streaked over New England last night, Sunday, [Apr 24] at about 8 pm EDT. What was it? Probably a small asteroid, sofa-sized or so, breaking up in Earth's atmosphere. Contrary to some reports, the fireball was not a Lyrid meteor. The radiant of the Lyrid meteor shower was below the horizon at the time. Nor was it the Soyuz space capsule returning to Earth from the International Space Station. The Soyuz landed in Asia about three hours before the fireball appeared.' [and from another source] [May 2] 'This morning, just on the other side of the sun´s eastern limb, something exploded. The blast hurled a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) into space, but probably not toward Earth.' [and from another source] [Note: debris from the tail of Planet X, and during the Solar Minimum, a massive flare.]
Signs of the Times #1403
Report Urges Increased Volcano Monitoring [Apr 29] 'The U.S. Geological Survey said Friday that monitoring gaps exist for volcanoes in Alaska, California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Wyoming and the Northern Mariana Islands that could pose a hazard both on the ground and to aviation. The report reviews the hazard of 169 volcanoes in the U.S. and its territories and calls for a 24-hour, seven-day Volcano Watch Office and increased monitoring at many of the peaks.' [and from another source] Spate of Giant Earthquakes Feared [May 2] 'The Indonesian earthquake behind the Boxing Day tsunami that killed 300,000 people could be the first of a series of giant quakes that will rock the world in the next 10 to 15 years, scientists have warned. They found that quakes such as the one in Indonesia can destabilise the whole of the earth's crust, so that one is followed by others, often thousands of kilometres away, within a few years.' [Note: increasing honesty about the state of Earth changes, cracks in the cover-up.]
Signs of the Times #1402
Quake may leave sinking feeling [Apr 25] 'If the Midwest gets an earthquake like it did 200 years ago, soils along the Mississippi River could turn into quicksand and cause some buildings to sink, geologists say. A new map released by the U.S. Geological Survey this month shows areas where the soil could turn weak and watery during a big earthquake, a hazard called liquefaction.' [and from another source] 'Sunday morning, May 1, at 7:37:32 am, yet another moderate earthquake struck on the New Madrid Fault. It measured magnitude 4.1, the same as the warning of just over two months ago on February 10. Residents in six states reported feeling the shaking - from Little Rock, Arkansas, to Nashville, Tennessee, and from Carbondale, Illinois, to Tupelo, Mississippi, and even folks in Alabama.' [Note: New Madrid acting up, New Madrid cities vulnerable!]
Signs of the Times #1401
The Catholic Church here in Brazil is announcing with a great frequency in their communications and dominical sermons about the parts in the Holy Bible involving the messages on the final of times and Jesus sermons about the time of harvest. Last Sunday [Apr 24] the priest gave a long sermon about this matter and as I understood this was done all over the country. Very strange the frequency in which the church is talking about these subjects. Could the Zetas comment about this? [and from another source] The very scope of the cover-up is what makes its unraveling difficult. One must contact and coordinate the thousands complicit, all of whom have been warmed to cooperate or face severe consequences. EACH wants to be on the safe side, and holds back or suppresses the truth, waiting for someone else to proceed first. What occurs, in reality, in these settings is an erosion, where the public gets the message due to a change in reporting frequency, an obvious change in the reporting agenda, or sheer volume. [Note: new ZetaTalk: Cover-up Erosion. See also Sign 1388, 1398, 1403, and Gentile 4/29 Show.]
Signs of the Times #1400
Evolution is an adjustment, over time, to what exists, and when climate is stable, as it is between pole shifts, the fauna and flora give all indications of being stable and content. What is assumed as normal for a region is only what has been established as the equilibrium after the last pole shift. ... If the toads eat something that their digestive tracts are not prepared to digest, this can result in gas, as it does in humans. Part two of this drama is the ability of the species to rid itself of gas in the gut. Humans get cramps and move it all along, toads do not. They have expansive bellies, remarkably so, so that any indigestion eventually works itself out without harm. But where the intake and indigestion overwhelm the expansion capacity, explosion results. [Note: new ZetaTalk: Exploding Toads. See Sign 1394]
Signs of the Times #1399
DU Death Toll Tops 11,000 [May 1] 'A special report published by eminent scientist Leuren Moret naming depleted uranium as the definitive cause of Gulf War Syndrome has fed a growing scandal about the continued use of uranium munitions by the U.S. military. Of the 580,400 soldiers who served in Gulf War I, 11,000 are now dead, he said. By the year 2000, there were 325,000 on permanent medical disability. More than a decade later, more than half (56 percent) who served in Gulf War I have permanent medical problems. The disability rate for veterans of the world wars of the last century was 5 percent, rising to 10 percent in Vietnam. The Bush administration have been hiding these facts. Veterans of both Persian Gulf wars now on disability total 518,739. The long-term effect of DU is a virtual death sentence. While this important story appeared in a Washington newspaper and the wire services, it did not receive national exposure-a compelling sign that the American public is being kept in the dark about the terrible effects of this toxic weapon.' [Note: Gulf Wars never about protecting American, but about capturing and controlling the oil fields.]
Signs of the Times #1398
End Day, Sat 30 Apr at 01:55 on BBC Three ‘Imagine waking up to the last day on Earth. What´s the worst that could happen in just 24 hours? Based on the predictions of leading scientists, End Day recreates with stunning realism the most apocalyptic scenarios facing mankind. In a single hour we tell five different stories, from a giant tsunami hitting New York, to a deadly meteorite strike on Berlin, to a killer virus outbreak across the world - a mega-tsunami strikes New York, a dead comet annihilates Berlin, a supervolcano devastates the US, Britain becomes a viral prison camp, Scientists destroy the Earth. ... End Day: Comet. It´s End Day and scientists, as they have done on countless other days, are scanning space in search of any objects destined to cross the Earth’s orbit. They´ve already recorded over 100 million rocks out there. But even as they pin their hope on identifying threats in time to perhaps divert them, a terrifying prospect lurks... the mountain-sized remains of a shattered comet. The mass is approaching with the sun behind it, in an area of the sky that can´t be observed due to the blinding light. By the time it emerges from the background glare, it´s right on our doorstep.’ [Note: following the Yellowstone Supervolcano TV special. Is someone trying to tell us something? A comet lost in the glare of the Sun? That's where Planet X is at present!]
Signs of the Times #1397
Commander Seeks Alternate Uses for ICBMs [Apr 21] ‘The commander of the Air Force Space Command denied yesterday that his 500 nuclear-armed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles are mere "Cold War icons" and said he is preparing alternative uses for the ICBMs, including arming them with conventional warheads to attack surface or deeply buried targets. He said that over the next several months, he will brief Defense Department senior officials on alternative uses for the land-based ICBM force that would include missile defense missions, the ability to make precision strikes anywhere in the world in less than an hour and war-fighting missions in space.’ [and from another source] West's submarine nuclear warheads flawed, say scientists [Apr 4] ‘British and American nuclear warheads carried by submarines are so poorly designed that they may fail to detonate if fired, scientists have said. The casing of the W76 nuclear warhead was so thin that it would probably fail if used. The British Trident warhead, the country's sole nuclear weapon, is based on the W76. The claims have been vigorously denied by US officials, who say that the warhead "looks like a pretty good weapon". They say the warheads have not been tested for 13 years because of the global moratorium on the testing of nuclear weapons but were successfully detonated before then.’ [Note: avoiding the nuclear option, or perhaps the nukes no longer work, having been deactivated!]
Signs of the Times #1396
Search for Japan Crash Survivors [Apr 25] ‘Emergency crews are working through the night in Japan to rescue people trapped in the wreckage of a commuter train that left the tracks and slammed into an apartment building. At least 52 people were killed Monday and more than 300 injured in the country's worst train crash in four decades. The seven-car train carrying 580 passengers derailed in an urban area near Osaka in central Japan - about 400 km (255 miles) west of Tokyo - at 9:20 a.m. (0020 GMT). Railway and government officials were investigating the cause of the accident. It would have to be traveling at more than 133 km/h (83 mph) to derail due to excess speed. Investigators and officials struggled to come up with reasons for the crash.’ [Note: the time of derailing, 00:20 GMT, is when the Atlantic Rift is at the Dark side of the Earth and being tugged by Planet X. See Global Quakes.]
Signs of the Times #1395
Scientists Baffled by Boiling Lake That Isn’t [Apr24] ‘Boiling Lake, this Caribbean island's most exotic tourist lure, has ceased to simmer.For nearly four months, the volcanic crater's usually bubbling brew has been calm, except for brief surges when water inexplicably drains away, then rises again. Since the boiling stopped in late December, the water level has fluctuated, dropping as much as 40 feet, leaving a sludgy pool of gray sediment on the bottom and a ring of mineral residue. Boiling Lake has baffled Dominicans before.But each time, the water level and temperature returned to normal within a few weeks.’ [and from another source] Geologists Find A New Active Fault In Nepal [Apr 21] ‘This new fault likely accommodates some of the subterranean pressure caused by the continuing collision of the Indian subcontinent with Asia.The study, titled "Active out-of-sequence thrust faulting in the central Nepalese Himalaya," will be published in the April 21 issue of the journal Nature. The new active fault is at the base of the Great Himalaya in Central Nepal, about 60 miles from Kathmandu.’ [Note: changes, on opposite sides of the globe.]
Signs of the Times #1394
Thousands of Amphibians Exploding In Germany, Experts Baffled [Apr 24] ‘Hundreds of toads have met a bizarre and sinister end in Germany in recent days, it was reported: they exploded. According to reports from animal welfare workers and veterinarians as many as a thousand of the amphibians have perished after their bodies swelled to bursting point and their entrails were propelled for up to a metre (three feet). The bodies of the toads expanded to three and a half times their normal size. Explanations include an unknown virus, a fungus that has infected the water, or crows, which in an echo of the Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds", attack the toads, literally scaring them to death.’ [and from another source] Midland, July/August 2000 - on May 21 in the 61st through 64th paragraphs of a 76-paragraph New York Times feature on the childhood of Republican candidate for U.S. president George W. Bush: ‘We were terrible to animals,’ he recalled, laughing. A dip behind the Bush home turned into a small lake after a good rain, and thousands of frogs would come out. ‘Everybody would get BB guns and shoot them... Or we´d put firecrackers in the frogs and throw them and blow them up.’ [Note: can’t blame this one on Bush.]