Living in a time of universal deceit, as George Orwell termed it, it is near impossible to find out what is really going on, even with the weather and so – called natural disasters, which may not be that ‘Natural’ after all. Even George Orwell wrote about manmade earthquakes and other geophysical disasters created through the use of technology in his great work, ‘1984’. In the 60 plus years that have gone by since the publication of that book, we are now aware that weather manipulation and climate wars are very real; generating earthquakes, tsunamis etc. are no longer the domain of science – fiction but even Secretary of Defense under Bill Clinton, William Cohen acknowledged that such technologies were being researched at the very least. The earthquake that hit the Eastern US and Canada last week was a very unusual event; the anomalies of this event are well documented in the following article. I believe that this quake was very likely an ‘unnatural’ one and a harbinger of a much bigger one that will hit the area in the future. As I mentioned in my News Update this week, imagine what devastation would have been caused in the heavily populated area of Eastern North America if the quake had been a magnitude 7 or higher?
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My first thought upon hearing the news of the rare 5.9 magnitude earthquake in Virginia this week was that it was not a natural occurrence. After all, no one has ever felt or even heard of such a powerful temblor happening in this area in a lifetime. As is usual for my cynical instincts, I hoped that I was wrong. However, several anomalies indicate that something is not normal with the Virginia quake. First, I spend a lot of time in the "Ring of Fire" zone and have experienced numerous earthquakes. By no means does this make me an expert, nor scientifically qualified to analyze earthquakes. But, as enthusiasts, we looked up every quake we felt over a five-year period -- the size, epicenter location, depth, and so on, to get a general sense of placing how it "felt" relative to the official data.
I can categorically state that, of the dozen or so earthquakes that I've experienced, including a powerful 6.2, all of them started gently, none of them were over 50 miles away, all of them had depths of several kilometers, and the big ones seemed to have multiple aftershocks reported. Again, I say this as an observer, not as a scientist, and I'm only providing this background simply to qualify my immediate skepticism.
Furthermore, curiously, the "Great Virginia Quake of 2011," unprecedented in size and scope, should have grabbed the media headlines and discussion for weeks, but Hurricane Irene has all but wiped the earthquake off the weather map. Even as all the storm measurements for Irene show that it will likely be a minor nuisance, maybe some flooding and power outages, multiple states of emergency have been declared, mandatory mass evacuations ordered, and the media is all too eager to spread the panic. You'd think the east coast of the United States was being invaded. It feels like a distraction, or perhaps a large but manageable live drill of some kind to make heroes out of our politicians, and FEMA look like a successful agency.
If this manic and surreal coverage of Irene is a deliberate distraction, the anomalies regarding the recent earthquake may have provided sufficient motivation for doing so. Not to discount other establishment catastrophes that they may want to distract from at this critical time -- like the crumbling economy, record political disapproval, and the bungled invasion of Tripoli -- but, if any discussion about the unusual nature of the earthquake was allowed one must ponder if some sort of manipulation was involved. The establishment will not permit such talk, apparently; hence the rapid about-face on earthquake coverage.
Below are six abnormalities about the Virginia earthquake that should warrant further investigation...Continue Reading