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Signs of the Times #859
We mentioned, in the Whiplash ZetaTalk, that ricochet effects and twirling are possible. Twirling? What does that mean? Why is the cold spot to the west of Hudson Bay the coldest spot on Earth? That’s not the N Pole. What point is pointing away from the Sun most of the day? Are we going to develop a wobble? Are we going to suddenly lurch about so that the Sun is rising and setting in a place WAY off from where the public would expect? And what happens to the crust when that happens? Imagine the Glasgow factory explosion 100 times over across the world. Imagine the I-70 overpass beam dropping on every major freeway so that travel is not possible except for short spurts locally. This is in your future, folks, but we will not give you the date. [Note: new ZetaTalk: a Twirling Wobble written during the Lou Gentile show.]
Signs of the Times #858
The May 19-23 Sweep was also accompanied by a documented Tilt/Lean. Photographic proof that the Earth is pulled about during these planetary encounters caused by the sweeping arms of the sun. These photos were taken on May 22 and May 24 respectively, at the same time of day as measured by the same clock, at 2:30 PM. Note that the change can be measured by the car parked to the right in one photo. The shadow moves at least two feet within a day!
Signs of the Times #857
Chemical Fire Still Burning [May 26] 'Firefighters in Rockdale County are still watching a fire at BioLab that started more than 24-hours ago. The fire occurred at a facility owned by BioLab, which makes chemicals to purify swimming pools. A huge plume of thick black smoke was visible for miles in the area. The smoke contains chlorine and can irritate eyes and skin. Law enforcement authorities ordered residents to leave the area or stay in their homes and close windows and turn off air conditioners as a precaution.' [and from another source] GA blast causes evacuations [May 25] ‘Local officials are asking some residents within a 5-mile radius of a burning chemical plant to leave their homes, according to the Conyers Police Department in Georgia. A fierce fire is still burning at the plant, sending up a huge plume of black smoke that’s forced authorities to close parts of nearby Interstate 20. The chemical burning is a chlorine product.’ [Note: Georgia is in the stretch zone. This explosion occurred shortly after the May 19-23 Sweep ended.]
Signs of the Times #856
Olympic pipeline remains shut after rupture, blaze in Renton [May 25] ‘The region's fuel supplies were disrupted yesterday after a fire shut down a 400-mile-long pipeline. The pipeline supplies all of the aviation fuel used by the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and much of the region's gasoline. The fire began at about 8 AM in Renton after a three-quarter-inch pipe ruptured. It was a stainless-steel testing line that feeds from the main pipeline. The pipeline system also includes a 16-inch-diameter pipeline. The pipeline, which runs from Ferndale, Whatcom County, to Portland, pumps about 12 million gallons of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel each day.’ [Note: Seattle is in the compression zone. This rupture occurred shortly after the May 19-23 Sweep ended.]
Signs of the Times #855
Arctic researchers see early warming signals [May 24] 'Based on satellite data, these images show Arctic sea ice in 1979, at left, and in 2003. The ice cover shrunk by 9 percent a decade over that time, NASA says. Global warming is hitting the Arctic more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet in what may be a portent of wider, catastrophic changes, the chairman of an eight-nation study said Monday in summarizing what scientists have learned about climate in the region.'
Signs of the Times #854
White bison born near Flagstaff [May 24] ‘The owners of a small bison herd near Flagstaff were surprised Saturday morning to find one of their rare white buffaloes had given birth to something even rarer: a white calf. A white calf is a one-in-10 million occurrence, said Keith Davis, a spokesman for Spirit Mountain Ranch. The birth of a white bison is meaningful for many Native American tribes, especially Plains Indians such as the Lakota, who consider it a symbol of rebirth when the world's people are in troubled times. None of her buffaloes is albino but rather a mutation of the usual fur color of dark brown to black, Riley said. Of 11 bison on the ranch, four are white, not including the newborn.’
Signs of the Times #853
Are we seeing the separation of Service-to-Others from the Service-to-Self in this story? [and from another source] Politics in America now clash of ideas shaded in red, blue [May 24] ‘American politics appears to be hardening into uncompromising camps, increasingly identified with the Republicans and Democrats. The Washington Post examines that division. It has taken 40 or 50 years to work itself out, but the ideological division in America — which is not new — is now lined up with the party division. At the same time, more and more Americans in a highly mobile society are choosing to live among like-minded people. Person by person, family by family, America is engaging in voluntary political segregation.‘ [and from another source] Increasingly, the orientations separate of their own accord, as those in the Service-to-Other expel those who are not truly in the Service-to-Other and those in the Service-to-Self find compliance with the desire for a rigid pecking order only among those also in the Service-to-Self. The migration toward this dichotomy will increase in pace as the Transformation proceeds. [Note: vintage ZetaTalk: Increasing Dichotomy.]
Signs of the Times #852
Powerful quake rocks Taiwan [May 19] ‘An earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale hit Taiwan, shaking buildings in Taipei, the Seismology Centre said.’ [and from another source] The following report says Taiwan had a 6.5 quake on the Richter scale, however, IRIS is showing it as a 5.8 magnitude. I have heard of reporting inaccuracy before, perhaps this is an example. [and from another source] Radar failure snarls DIA flights [May 19] ‘Denver International Airport was having serious delays in arrivals and departures Tuesday evening due to a radar failure at the Federal Aviation Administration. The radar that failed is called ARTS, or Automated Radar Terminal System.’ [and from another source] Last night [May 19] a building collapsed in KCK. Nine businesses are affected, and a resident heard 'popping' noises the afternoon before. [and from another source] A major water break under a major street in Dallas once again [May 19] no explanation. Also have noticed a large amount of snow on my dish network usually clear as a bell. [and from another source] I have been having problems with my TV satalite service [May 19]. It seems that a handful of stations are not coming in and I am receiving error message saying that the satalite signal has been lost. I got a new angle, elevation and squew degree to re-set the dish. That satalite dish is not loose or has not been bumped or moved out of the angle or elevation that it was set at almost two years ago. [Note: May 19, the One of the recent Whiplash, on schedule. Most disasters are only reported locally now.]
Signs of the Times #851
Tornado, Lightning, hail hit Spokane [May 21] A rare tornado touched down here Friday during a storm that also brought lightning, hail and heavy rain to northeast Washington. The tornado touched down in a rural area west of Fairchild Air Force Base about 4:15 PM., said John Livingston, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Spokane. Hail as big as 3/4 of an inch in diameter was reported, along with flooded roads and basements, he added. Washington only averages one tornado per year. However, three have been reported in the past three weeks. [and from another source] Light overload on webcam in Charlotte NC [May 22] from 7:15 AM -12:15PM - 5 hours! Yesterday, not at all the case. [and from another source] The 3:35 PM shots from Victoria Australia show an increased [May 22] Alt of 5° and Azi also seems out a bit based on logs. [and from another source] Meteor explodes above Montrose [May 21] ‘The All-Sky club was able to look at images from the MHS camera of a meteor that streaked across the sky from the San Juan Mountains before exploding between Montrose and Colona Friday morning.’ [Note: May 21, the Two of the recent Whiplash, notable not from a global shudder but from extreme wobble stress around the globe and a tilt.]
Signs of the Times #850
Deadly Paris airport roof collapse [May23] ‘At least five people were killed and three others injured when a massive section of a vaulted ceiling collapsed at a new passenger terminal at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport, officials said. Slabs of concrete and metal came crashing down from the ceiling onto a seated waiting area at about 7 AM. Officials said there was nothing to indicate a terrorist attack. De Mesnil said there was "absolutely nothing" in the past to indicate a structural problem. A loud noise precipitated a crack in the terminal ceiling, and officials had been evacuating the area when the roof caved in.’ [and from another source] Clear skies in Oklahoma City, OK [May 23] So what is this? That NC one looks like it is getting interference. Lots of static. That is not normal for here, there are some thunderstorms around and it is very humid and warm, but radar usually works best in these conditions, as I understand it. Las Vegas, NV 79°F Humidity: 23% This is really weird. Its definitely not the moisture. This weirdness affecting radar all over the nation, the entire system went on the fritz at the same time. [and from another source] There are indications from several observers that Planet X corpus may have moved more between the Earth and the Sun. [Note: May 22 began the Three of the recent Whiplash, early, as per photos from Italy, the planets had drawn closer.]