If you have been watching the extreme weather, volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, and other events taking place around the world recently, you are aware that the Tribulation has already begun, all around the planet. It is time to get serious about preparing for the worse events that are on the way.
Marshall’s new book, Surviving the Planet X Tribulation: A Faith-Based Leadership Guide, is designed to help you form effective, stable, spiritual and practical communities of 100 or more to get through what’s coming. It is a message of hope that we all need right now. It’s time to prepare, and this book shows the positive way forward, the way that will work.
Meteor Activity Continues to Increase
The big story here is shown in this first chart. Each year the fireballs have increased, but we can see here that with 2016 we are entering into a whole new level of activity.
This next chart shows the details of the monthly increases. We can see that 2016 is much higher than the previous years.
These are large fireball events seen from multiple states and, or, multiple countries. Very likely we will see more of these events in September than we did in August, based on past years and the current trend this year.
That very, very tall line in September below indicates some huge fireball events. Will we see a huge and potentially tragic impact event in late September or early October? Time will tell.
And it’s not just meteors and fireballs, near-earth asteroids keep being discovered shortly before passing alarmingly close to Earth.
On August 27th SpaceWeather.com reported that NASA had spotted 200 fireballs the night before, 197 of them were “sporadics.” On September 13th there were 73 fireballs, and 72 of them were “sporadics.” What does that mean? We suddenly had much more than the usual 15-45 fireballs per day, and these fireballs were not part of a known meteor shower group such as the Perseid meteors. They just showed up.
This is yet another indication that we are moving into the debris field being pushed in front of the Planet X System as it approaches. The gravity of the brown dwarf system is also disloding many objects in our solar system, including asteroids, which can send them careening toward earth at any time.
Asteroid Discovered Hours Before Passing at 0.22 LD
An asteroid safely passed…August 27-28, 2016 – just hours after being detected…The rock is estimated to be at least twice as big as the Chelyabinsk meteor…the asteroid has an estimated size of 111.5 feet (34 meters)…it passed at just 0.22 the Earth-moon distance [“LD” or “Lunar Distance”].”
In February of 2013 the Chelyabinsk meteor exploded over that Russian city and broke windows, injured people, and caused damage. It released 300 kilotons of force, as we mentioned in Planet X Signs No. 9. Compare that to the “only” 15 kiloton force of the Hiroshima atomic blast, and you have some idea of the extreme forces involved in even a relatively small meteor impact or airburst event.
Newly-Discovered Asteroid Passes Even Closer
“Asteroid 2016 RB1 was discovered on Sept. 5th by astronomers using the 60-inch Cassegrain reflector telescope of the Catalina Sky Survey, located at the summit of Mount Lemmon in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, Arizona.”
“Newly discovered asteroid 2016 RB1 flew past Earth on Sept 7th, only 25,000 miles above our planet’s south pole…Researchers say the space rock is 25 to 50 ft in diameter, or about the size of a grey whale.”
How close did this asteroid come? 2016 RB1 passed at a little less than 1/10th of the Lunar Distance, according to this reassuringly-phrased NASA announcement. The average distance from the moon to the center of the earth is 238,856 miles. Satellites in geosynchronous orbit are 26,199 miles from the center of the earth. So when 2016 RB1 passed Earth at a little less than 1/10th LD, or a little less than 23,886 miles from the center, it passed inside our geosynchronous satellites’ orbit distance. That’s too close for comfort.
Daytime Fireball Sightings
And when we are seeing fireballs that are large enough and bright enough to be seen during daylight hours, things are getting more intense, and more dangerous.
“Fireballs are like super meteors. Specifically, they’re defined as a meteor that is brighter than the planet Venus. It’s rare to see a fireball, but even rarer to see one during the day, when it must be bright enough to show up against the light of the sun.”
“That’s what happened the other day in North Carolina, where over 250 people reported witnessing a daytime fireball and several people captured it on video.”
“ ‘Daytime fireballs are only recorded a few times a year, if at all,’ Michael Hankey, operations manager at the American Meteor Society, told local news channel Fox25. ‘The meteoroid, or underlying rock, has to be pretty big for it to be seen in the daytime.’ ”
On June 6 of this year another daytime fireball was spotted in the St. Louis area, as shown in this video. We can expect that they will become more common as time goes forward.
On January 24 of this year there was an additional daytime fireball which was seen in Georgia and Florida. Someone found a rock associated with that event, as described in this article.
What does all of this mean? We are moving further into the bow-wave of the Planet X System’s debris field. More rocks will be falling from the sky and either burning up, blowing up, or impacting our planet. We can expect some larger objects to make impacts, including the catastrophic asteroid impact predicted in Marshall’s book, Being In It for the Species.
Many prophecies predict that this major impact event will occur in late September or early October of this year. Time will tell, but we are certainly seeing an increase in meteor activity, and an increase in asteroid near-misses.
Earth Changes Compilation Videos
As usual, SOTT.NET has some excellent videos compiling recent events around the world. While we do not agree with all of their politics, they are providing a wonderful service as one of the best news aggregator sites on the internet regarding earth changes.
SOTT Earth Changes Summary – July 2016: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs
SOTT Earth Changes Summary – August 2016: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs
Cosmic Rays Continue to Increase
According to SpaceWeather.com: “Why are cosmic rays intensifying? The main reason is the sun. Solar storm clouds such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) sweep aside cosmic rays when they pass by Earth. During Solar Maximum, CMEs are abundant and cosmic rays are held at bay. Now, however, the solar cycle is swinging toward Solar Minimum, allowing cosmic rays to return. Another reason could be the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field, which helps protect us from deep-space radiation.”
See how the increase trend line is fairly smooth and steady? That indicates a steady process of change. We believe that process is the steadily weakening magnetic field around the earth.
Huge Coronal Holes Bring Solar Winds
On September 3rd SpaceWeather.com reported: “Coronal holes are regions in the sun’s atmosphere where the magnetic field opens up and allows solar wind to escape. This hole is spewing a stream of solar wind so broad, it could influence Earth’s space environment for days to come. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras throughout the weekend.”
Someone asked recently what is being measured by NASA’s SDO, which produces the images of these large, even monstrous, coronal holes we have been seeing so frequently lately. It turns out many different types of instruments are at work to make these images of the sun. According the the NASA SDO web site:
SDO contains a suite of instruments that provide observations that will lead to a more complete understanding of the solar dynamics that drive variability in the Earth’s environment. This set of instruments does the following:
Measure the extreme ultraviolet spectral irradiance of the Sun at a rapid cadence
Measure the Doppler shifts due to oscillation velocities over the entire visible disk
Make high-resolution measurements of the longitudinal and vector magnetic field over the entire visible disk
Make images of the chromosphere and inner corona at several temperatures at a rapid cadence
Make those measurements over a significant portion of a solar cycle to capture the solar variations that may exist in different time periods of a solar cycle
Some of the instruments are:
HMI: “The Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager extends the capabilities of the SOHO/MDI instrument with continual full-disk coverage at higher spatial resolution and new vector magnetogram capabilities.”
AIA: “The Atmospheric Imaging Assembly images the solar atmosphere in multiple wavelengths to link changes in the surface to interior changes. Data includes images of the Sun in 10 wavelengths every 10 seconds.”
EVE: “The Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment measures the solar extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) irradiance with unprecedented spectral resolution, temporal cadence, and precision. EVE measures the solar extreme ultraviolet (EUV) spectral irradiance to understand variations on the timescales which influence Earth’s climate and near-Earth space.”
The images we commonly see of the sun and the large coronal holes are composites made of all of the above data sets.
Lightning Deaths Rising
As cosmic rays, solar winds, and other energetic effects are felt on earth we are seeing more frequent and stronger lightning strikes. I was shocked a few months ago to hear about the many new incidents where 20-40 goats or sheep are killed by lightning at one time, then came this news. “Lightning Kills More Than 300 Reindeer in Rare Mass Death. A severe storm in Norway killed an entire reindeer herd in a national park in an unprecedented event, officials say.”
“On Friday a caretaker found that many animals died on Hardangervidda between Møsvatn and Kalhovd in Telemark. Nylend said that there has been a heavy thunderstorm in the area on Friday afternoon and they have been probably hit by lightning…‘I cannot remember that we have heard of lightning that have taken the lives of animals in such a scale.’”
“The 323 reindeer were killed by lightning Friday, the agency said, in a rare natural massacre that counts as the deadliest lightning strike on record.”
This incident in Texas seems small by comparison, but it is very unusual. Lightning hit a tree and killed 19 cows taking shelter underneath the tree.
Of course it is not just animal deaths. “Lightning strike deaths are up by three times as much as tornado deaths, a new report said. Data from the National Weather Service (NWS) show that as of today, Sept. 13,  35 people in the U.S. have died from lightning strikes in 2016 alone. This makes lightning even deadlier than tornadoes, which have only caused 12 fatalities in 2016 so far.”
Historic, Record-Breaking Flooding Continues
“NOAA data shows that extreme rain events have become more intense and more frequent since the early 1980s.” The chart below goes through 2015, and does not include the crazy-extreme “1,000 year floods” we have had here in the United States and elsewhere around the world in 2016. Still, the trend is clearly increasing.
The ancient Mesopotamians commented on the increase in floods and rains as the Planet X System approaches. This translation is on page 242 of the 1978 Avon paperback edition of “The 12th Planet” by Zechariah Sitchin:
“When the Planet of the Throne of Heaven
will grow brighter,
there will be floods and rains . . .
When Nibiru attains its perigee. . .
rains and floods will come.”
Are we seeing that happen right now? Yes, we are. You can see for yourself at www.floodlist.com.
1,000 Year Flood in Louisiana
“ ‘The current flooding in Louisiana is the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Superstorm Sandy,’ Brad Kieserman, vice president for disaster services operations and logistics for the Red Cross, said in a statement on Thursday.”
“This flooding is historic, it’s unprecedented, there’s nothing in the record books that told us what to expect, and that comes despite the fact that this was an unnamed storm. This was not a hurricane or a tropical storm, but it broke all the records nonetheless,’ [Louisiana Governor] Edwards said.”
“’The storm deposited 10 inches [254 mm] of rain or more on eight states with up to 23 inches [584 mm] in Mississippi and 31 inches [787 mm] in Louisiana,’ AccuWeather Meteorologist Jesse Ferrell said. Much of this rain fell during a two-day period and has a 0.1 percent chance of occurring, which translates to a 1,000-year rainfall event.”
“Forget Tornadoes. Rain Bombs Are Coming for Your Town”
They are usually referred to as a “microburst,” but the photo here of the July 18th rain bomb event in Phoenix, Arizona is more accurately referred to as a “macroburst” since its footprint was over 2.5 miles wide. Not only is the rain torrential in a wet microburst, the winds are coming straight down at up to 168 miles an hour and are then pushed out sideways as they hit the ground. These are tornado-force winds, and a macroburst, although its winds are only up to 130 mph, can produce damage similar to an F3 tornado.
Microbursts and macrobursts used to be rare, but we are seeing them more frequently as “rare,” “unusual,” “unprecedented,” “freak,” and “1,000 year” weather events become the new normal. Here is an article that thoroughly explains these dangerous weather events. Interestingly, a “wet microburst” is not supposed to happen in very dry areas like Phoenix, Arizona, or anywhere else West of the Rocky Mountains, which is considered “dry microburst” territory (think dust storms for Phoenix). That makes the July 18th event even more surprising.
What is it like to be in even a fairly mild microburst? Here is a June, 2011 YouTube video from a family in Oklahoma who experienced a microburst which broke down their fence, knocked over their metal lawn furniture and their grill. At first they were filming hail coming down, and later they thought a tornado had come through. The microburst begins at 1:35 if you would like to skip ahead.
Here are some of this summer’s microburst events:
July 25th in New Jersey. “The township also reported that ‘the area of Harlan School Road, Stony Brook Road and Preakness Circle was exposed to a microburst, a small tornado-like wind storm, that was strong enough to break at least seven utility poles and throw cars almost 100 feet.’”
While the MSN article about the July 18th rain bomb in Phoenix blames man-made climate change, we know the real reason – the incoming Planet X System. Hang onto your hats, folks, this is just the beginning. And when you are under a severe thunderstorm warning take it seriously and keep yourself safe.
Asian Typhoons Becoming More Frequent and Intense
“In a new study based on data collected by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center — managed by the U.S. Navy and Air Force — and the Japan Meteorological Agency, two researchers have found that over the past 40 years, typhoons in the northwest Pacific have intensified by 12 to 15 percent on average. In addition, the proportion of category 4 and 5 typhoons — those with wind speed between 130 and 156 mph or higher — have doubled, or even tripled, in some regions.”
“‘It is a very, very substantial increase,” lead author Wei Mei from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, told the Guardian. “We believe the results are very important for East Asian countries because of the huge populations in these areas. People should be aware of the increase in typhoon intensity because when they make landfall these can cause much more damage’.”
Super Typhoon Meranti, the equivalent of a category 5 hurricane, “…first raked southern Taiwan, bringing torrential rains and winds of up to 230 mph (370 kilometers per hour) — faster than a Formula One race car. One person died and 44 people were injured as the typhoon surged over the island, according to a Taiwan Red Cross spokeswoman. More than 900,000 households had lost power…another 500,000 had issues with water supply. Meranti is the strongest typhoon since Super Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines in 2013.”
“Meranti’s strength had prompted China to issue its highest warning for high ocean waves as emergency crews and officials prepared for the deluge…Despite Typhoon Meranti weakening quickly as it continues to move inland, heavy rainfall and flash flooding, as well as dangerous winds, will continue for the next 48 hours. “
“Typhoon Meranti has landed in China after battering Taiwan with its strongest storm in 21 years.”
The IRIS Earthquake Browser shows 1,746 earthquakes in the last 30 days.
In the last 30 days USGS shows 2,171 earthquakes around the world with a magnitude of 2.0 or greater, 759 with a magnitude of 4.0 or greater, 176 earthquakes with a magnitude of 5.0 or greater, and 14 with a magnitude of 6.0 or greater.
Since August 19 we have seen an increased number of earthquakes of 6.0 and above.
Earthquake Cluster in Italy Continues
Here is a Google translation from the Italian INGV Centro Nazionale Terremoti with earthquake information as of September 9th. Note that there have been 192 aftershocks of magnitude 3.0 and up in the area since the August 24th 6.0 earthquake.
“After the 6.0 magnitude earthquake occurred at 03:36 Italian of August 24 , the National Seismic Network of INGV has located numerous earthquakes.
At 11: 0 0 9 September localized events in total are over 8300:
The 176 earthquakes of magnitude between 3.0 and 4.0,
15 those located a magnitude of between 4.0 and 5.0 and
1 of greater magnitude of 5.0 (the one with a magnitude of 5.4 (Mw 5.3) occurred on August 24 with at 4:33 in the Italian area of Norcia (PG).”
According to Volcano Discovery on September 14th there were 33 volcanoes currently erupting around the world.
That number has been holding steady for a while now so it may not seem so significant. However, it continues to be more than the average of eruptions spread over a whole year during the 20th century.
Hawaiian Volcano Becomes More Active
Although the number of actively erupting volcanoes is staying fairly constant, this is a good example of how volcanoes are more intense and more active recently, even if they have been erupting for decades, as Kilauea has.
“Kilauea volcano…is currently erupting from two places. One is from the summit’s Halemaumau crater. The other is from the Puu Oo crater in the volcano’s eastern rift. Lava recently started flowing into the ocean from the latter eruption for the first time in three years.”
“Hawaiian Volcano Observatory research scientist Don Swanson said Monday scientists don’t know exactly why the lava is this high…It’s relatively unusual, though. Lava overflowed onto the crater floor in May of last year, raising the rim that confines the lake by another 30 feet. Before last year, it was last this high in the 1974 and in the late 1960s.”
“The Big Island of Hawaii is getting a little bigger as lava from the Kilauea Volcano flows into the Pacific Ocean…The 6.5 mile-long lava flow has been dribbling down the south flank of Kilauea since May, according to the U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. It reached the ocean on Tuesday morning.”
What Can One Person Do?
Remember Marshall’s Motto:
Destiny comes to those who listen, and fate finds the rest. So learn what you can learn, do what you can do, and never give up hope!
To learn about what will happen during the tribulation, what individuals can do, and an overall, non-violent strategy to bring in a new and more enlightened culture for humanity read Being In It for the Species. Curious about the role of the Annunaki in the tribulation? It’s all covered here.
To learn how to get a rapid-deployment community of 100-200 going with leadership and structural strategies that are suitable for a lengthy tribulation, read Surviving the Planet X Tribulation: A Faith-Based Leadership Guide.
To quickly get up to speed on the Kolbrin Bible without reading hundreds of pages read Planet X and the Kolbrin Bible Connection and find out why the Kolbrin Bible is the Rosetta Stone for Planet X.
“May the LORD bless you and keep you, may He let his light shine upon you, be gracious to you, and give you His peace.”