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Signs 33 – Pain is Coming

Signs 33 – Pain is Coming

| March 3, 2019

In Signs 32 – 2019 Portends a Rough Year, we asked: “When will the trends cross the threshold into a worldwide realization that we’re entering a long period of tribulation?” The operative term in that question is “worldwide realization”  because this will not happen in one fell swoop. Instead, this will be a gradual process as […]

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Signs 32 – 2019 Portends a Rough Year

Signs 32 – 2019 Portends a Rough Year

| February 3, 2019

In Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever! We stated: “In terms of observed fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes, 2018 was the worst year on record. In fact, the worst yet for recorded history.” Is there any hope that 2019 will bring a much-desired reversal in the dataset trends? No way. No how. Instead, […]

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Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever!

Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever!

| January 13, 2019

In terms of observed fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes, 2018 was the worst year on record. In fact, the worst yet for recorded history. In Signs 30 – Wait and See or Wait and Die, we stated: “2018 is in the last furlong, and unless December 2018 stumbles, we will be announcing in 2019, […]

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Signs 30 – Wait and See or Wait and Die

Signs 30 – Wait and See or Wait and Die

| December 11, 2018

November 2018 was a bellwether month for both fireballs and earthquakes. As with prior months, the overall trend for record-breaking new highs has not abated. In Signs 29 – The Power of Distraction, we stated: “The number of total yearly fireballs for 2018 now tops that of 2011 through 2015. Given that November and December […]

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Signs 29 – The Power of Distraction

Signs 29 – The Power of Distraction

| November 4, 2018

In two more days, the nation will vote in in the midterms.  A day many see as heralding a fundamental shift in the nation’s political agenda.  Whether you are on the left or the right, one thing is for sure; we’re all distracted. Worse yet, the feeling of free speech in our nation is in […]

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Signs 28 – I Finally Saw PX with My Own Eyes

Signs 28 – I Finally Saw PX with My Own Eyes

| October 6, 2018

Updates to this series are usually posted each month. However, in September the updated figures for August were not published. Not because they were insignificant, but because for the first time I published my first Planet X article, Did Planet X / Nibiru Kill The Dinosaurs? something of consequence happened and it took time for […]

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Signs 27 – From Worse to Worser

Signs 27 – From Worse to Worser

| August 15, 2018

In July 2018, we published Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake. In that article, we presented dataset that was so extreme we had to raise the possibility that they were statistical anomalies. These aberrations were so extreme that we call it “the rat in the snake.” Well, the dataset values for July tell […]

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Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake

Signs 26 – The Rat in the Snake

| July 6, 2018

In June 2018, we published Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping.  In that article, we asked, “We can no longer wonder what the next month will show us statistically.  Rather, we need to begin thinking about different numbers…” At that time, we saw a disturbing trend with the ongoing eruption of the Kilauea […]

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Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping

Signs 25 – The Pressure Points are Popping

| June 11, 2018

In May 2018, we published Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point. In that article, we asked, “Do present headlines tell us we’re heading for this tipping point? …the real question is where will this tipping point occur first – above our heads or below our feet?” Since we published Signs 24, the headlines are […]

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Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point

Signs 24 – Tracking the Tipping Point

| May 13, 2018

In April 2018, we published Signs 23 – A Turn for the Worse, in which our tentative hopes for a statistical plateau were dashed.  With the current data for April 2018, we see that the overall trends for sustained or marginally increasing trends in the data are persistent. Another trend is exhaustion due to search […]

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