- Signs of the Times #379 (via email to Nancy)
- Watching the weather on TV [Oct 20], and Planet X showed up on the video. The weather lady said 'this is, I don't know what'. Interesting
how such slips are happening. [and from another email] I was driving home the other day and I was observing the sunset as I have a
habit of doing lately and it was cloudy. The thing I noticed was that you could definantly tell there were two light sources. One sun was
already setting while another bright orb was still in the clouds. Do the Idiots in Charge think we are that stupid that we cant tell that
there are definantly two suns in the sky?
- Signs of the Times #378 (from godlikeproduction Message Board)
- The second sun can still be seen any day of the week by using the large pinhole method. The suggestion on possible reflection back from
the backside of the first piece of cardboard proved correct. Blacking this backside eliminated this low intensity, seperate dot and what
remains is a circular white dot connected to our sun´s spot, which moves around the edge of the sun in clockwise direction as the day
progresses. This second white dot is almost the same intensity as our suns now [Oct 20], and looks to have grown to about 1/3 the size of
the sun´s dot. Just reporting the visual facts in the ongoing experiment. [and from another poster] I´ve checked the sun this morning with
the pinhole and yes I agree. The second object does appear slightly larger lately, and there hasn´t been a single person I´ve shown this too
who hasn´t seen it. Reflection hypothesis disproved tried many materials and colors 2 spots till present.
- Signs of the Times #377 (from godlikeproduction Message Board)
- Planet X is indeed getting closer [Oct 20]. I have even started seeing something while looking at the sun. If you glance fast at the sun you
might notice more of a glare to the right side or for an instant almost see two spheres or a heaviness of light in that one area. [and from
another poster] I saw, repeat saw with my own eyes something to the right of the sun as viewed at approx 1 hour to 1.5 hours after
sunrise in Central England. [and from another poster] I have this tiny digital camera that connects to my sprint cell phone, so I aimed it
at the sun everytime the cab of the truck filled with sunshine, and I took ten pictures this way. Of the ten, I got six really good pics, and
when I downloaded them there were two little black dots, the second one was a little lighter and at 3:30 four oclock, just like the pics on
ZetaTalk. I had no filter or special lense.
- Signs of the Times #376 (via email to Nancy)
- London is in the stretch zone. We have had powercuts, broken water pipes, train derailment. All within the last 3 months. Second Tube
Train Derailed http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/3204794.stm [Oct 20] 'Seven people have been injured in the second derailment
on London's Tube network within 48 hours. About 200 people were moved to safety after a carriage left the tracks and hit a wall as it
pulled into Camden Town station in north London just after 1000 BST on Sunday. London Underground believes the sixth car came off
the line and detached from the rest of the Northern Line train, possibly because of a fault with the track.'
- Signs of the Times #375 (from godlikeproduction Message Board)
- Record rainfall set all over the state [Oct 20], all time record in Seattle. Snow level up to 13000 fee, normally 3-4000 feet. Mass
evacuations ordered on upper Skagit river, expected 20 feet over flood stage by morning. Emergency water dumping at Ross Lake dam,
Skagit Valley due to flood out tomorrow, sandbagging entire city of Mt Vernon. 150 foot wide sink hole has highway at a stand still
blocking towns from civilization. Some rivers are expected to crest at 12 feet over flood stage. Many residents are being swept away by
deceptive looking water covered roadways. On top of that the area is being swarmed by massive micro quakes. 72 degrees here. All my
doors/windows are open. 75 in the house with no heat on at all this morning. It is not Oct. 20th tonight. The driest summer on record gives
way to epic record rain and flooding.
- Signs of the Times #374
- UK Farmers Fear Harvest Catastrophe [Oct 20] The driest autumn in more than 30 years has turned large parts of Britain´s prime
farmland into a dustbowl, with disastrous consequences for next year´s harvest. England´s best arable land, a belt stretching from
Oxfordshire through the Midlands to East Anglia and Lincolnshire, is so dry that seeds planted more than two months ago have not
germinated. Fields that by now should be flecked with a few inches´ green growth are bare. Those few seedlings that have broken through
the parched soil are being picked off by hungry birds. Below the surface, the seeds are rotting.
- Signs of the Times #373
- During the middle of March, 2003, TBRnews http://www.tbrnews.org/Archives/controling.htm received an email from a man who claimed
to be a mid-level executive with a major American television network. He was in possession of a total of 1,497 pages of in-house memos
sent from his corporate headquarters in New York City to the head of the networks television news department. These memos set forth
directives about what material was, and was not, to be aired on the various outlets of the network. The best way in which to ascertain
whether or not these documents contained original information was to check the dates of issuance and compare the information with
subsequent news stories. By selecting random memos and looking through the archives of various national newspapers, checking AP
releases and so on, the results indicated that indeed, news was being managed. That much can easily be ascertained by reading the
websites of various reputable foreign publications such as the Swiss NZZ, the British Guardian, the Canadian Toronto Globe and Mail,
Reuters News Service, AFP and the Jerusalem Post. What any viewer can see on these sites is certainly not reflected in the American
- Signs of the Times #372 (via email to Nancy)
- In Russia the Home Office Minister Mr. Gryzlov announced that very soon his institution will start a compaign of changing passports for
Russian citizens. http://www.finiz.ru/cfin/tmpl-art_news/id_art-663189 Meetings between the ministers of interior affairs of the EU and the
Big 8 have been held to discuss the topic of more security for passports. As for Russia, a new model of passport will be introduced too to
meet the challenges of the actual international situation: this model will have biometrical parameters - finger prints, eyes reticula image,
and temperature chart of a face.
- Signs of the Times #371
- Japan [Oct. 18] Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said one of reactors at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant in Niigata
Prefecture leaked radioactive water Saturday but radiation had not been emitted into the air.
- Signs of the Times #370
- Tube Derailed by Broken Track [Oct 18] http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3202714.stm London Underground has launched an
investigation. A broken rail is thought to have caused the second derailment on the London Underground (LU) in a year. LU spokesman
Andy Barr confirmed on Saturday that 'a small portion' of the section which failed had rust on it, but the main problem appeared to have
been 'a bright shiny fracture'. 'The rail looks like it might have been partly fractured before, but the bulk of the rail broke when the train
was passing over it,' he said. Mr Barr described LU's inspection regime as 'fairly robust', with visual inspections every 48 hours, as well as
ultrasonic tests. A rail worker earlier told BBC News he could not understand how ultrasonic testing could have failed to detect the fault.
Passengers walked to safety.
- Signs of the Times #369
- Warmest September on Record, Worldwide, AP [Oct 17] Last month was the warmest September on record, federal climate experts said
Friday. Worldwide, the average temperature for the month was about 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius), according to Jay
Lawrimore of the National Climate Data Center. That´s 1.0 degree Fahrenheit above average on records going back to 1880.