Signs 61 – 2022 Gets Off to a Rocky Start

| February 4, 2022
Signs 61 – 2022 Gets Off to a Rocky StartAfter giving everyone ominous predictions in Signs 60, J.P. Jones and I wondered about this installment of Signs for January 2022. Would Earth enter another gap in the Nemesis Cloud this year, or are we plummeting deeper into the inner band? No gap, no joy.   Instead, the data trend shows that the inner band of the nemesis cloud is massive and pretty damn rocky. What can we make of this data versus current events?

Our Greatest Concern

When doing interviews, hosts who are following current events often ask me about unusual Earth changes and weather events because they are happening much more often now. All of the present terrestrial events such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and bizarre flooding, are disruptive concerns and they portend what we will see when things go sideways. Full stop.  We have not gone sideways – yet! The message is this.  We must all be mindful of terrestrial events and prepare accordingly.  However, the overarching concern at this time is space threats. Or, in other words, hell is incoming, and when or where it hits, it’s going to be a crap-shoot.  With that, let’s get into the numbers.

January 2022 Fireballs

Fireballs are reported worldwide, and the American Meteor Society which is the primary source for North America, for this dataset. AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs Multistate/country fireballs cross the borders of multiple states and countries. For this reason, this is a critical category in the dataset because of the distance these fireballs must travel to receive reports from across large geographic areas. AMS Multistate Fireballs for 1/2019 to 1/2022 January 2022 is now the highest January in recorded history for multistate fireballs. The trend since 2019 has been a steady uptick, but this one is statistically dramatic.    They are typically large objects with flatter trajectories and cross territorial boundaries. Why our concern?  We offer as an example the Chelyabinsk superbolide that detonated 18 miles above a Ural region in Russia on 15 February 2013.  It came out from out behind the sun and entered Earth’s atmosphere with a very shallow trajectory.  When it detonated, it was 30X brighter than the sun and seen for up to 60 miles.  It also released 30x the energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, generating a flash followed by a shockwave that blew windows into the faces of curious residents, many of whom also reported feeling a heatwave. AMS Huge Event Fireballs It is a commonplace occurrence for Multistate / Country Fireballs to be reported as huge events because a huge event occurs when 100 or more eyewitness observers report a huge fireball event. AMS Huge Event Fireballs for 1/2019 to 1/2022 As reported in Signs 60, we use the huge event data subset for testing J.P. Jone’s Nemesis Ring Theory.   Specially, we’re looking for the gaps between the rings as illustrated below.   J.P. Jones Nemesis Cloud Data What is the meaning of all this? A critical difference between AMS multistate and huge events is the trajectory. As a general rule of thumb, multistate fireballs have shallow trajectories, whereas huge events have steep trajectories.  These distinctions also help us have a better idea of what is coming our way. Ergo, objects with shallow trajectories will likely become scorched-Earth airburst events, whereas those with steep trajectories will probably be deep impactors. AMS Monthly Total Fireballs The monthly total fireballs are the most critical category in this dataset. When we look at the monthly total of fireballs for December 2021 the results are breathtaking. AMS Monthly Total Fireballs for 1/2019 to 1/2022 Now it is official.  January 2022 is bad news.  Yes, folks, we are in an area of space that is unusually dense with Earth-crossing objects. Yearly AMS Fireball Totals The inner ring of the Nemesis Cloud is bolting upward through the ecliptic into the Northern skies as Nemesis begins accelerating toward aphelion, its closest point to Sol.   This brings us to the annual totals. AMS Yearly Fireballs for 1/2011 to 1/2022 Consider this.  The number of fireballs reported in January 2022, was equal to half of the year 2011.

Earthquakes Since 1997

At the outset of our Signs series, J. P. Jones created a dataset spreadsheet that tracks the total number of earthquakes each month beginning with 1997.  The updated table below now includes January 2022 with the data reported by the USGS for the month. Earthquakes Worldwide for 1/1997 to 1/2022 At 9,774 earthquakes of all magnitudes, January 2022 is now the second consecutive 5-digit month reported by the USGS. Monthly Earthquakes 1/2019 to 1/2022 When we look at annual global earthquakes for January, we see the lowest numbers for this month since 2013. Montly Earthquakes for 1/2019 to 1/2022 For those with an untrained eye, it would be simple to assume that shows a broad lowering trend. For the record, we no longer afford to blindly trust the veracity of USGS earthquake reporting and have clear proof they are jiggering the numbers. USGS Jiggerning 1/2008 to 7/2021 We maintain several databases and last summer, J.P. Jones began noticing odd irregularities.  So, he re-ran all the data acquisition for 2008 with the USGS. It was a gut punch.  His results are in the graph above. Below, the red line represents all the USGS data represented to us since we began this series.  The purple line represents the HONEST actuals. It is likely that during the Trump administration, white hats at the USGS began restoring the actual numbers.  However, as they say, old tricks are the best tricks and the Brandon administration is jiggering the numbers again and it will take us months if not years to track this USGS disinformation.


The sad truth is that thanks to anomalous earthquake reporting, we have to consider the reality that we’re flying blind with the USGS now.  We will continue reporting the data for each though it is now suspect.  You never know.  Even a blind pig can find an acorn.  We may get lucky. As to the fireball data for January 2022, it’s like a perfect storm.  Another record-breaking month for all fireballs.  Plus,m both the AMS multistate and huge events saw substantial upticks. The January numbers are clear harbingers that we’re still observing the inner ring of the Nemesis Cloud in the data and that it is much denser and larger than previously thought. Folks we are now well into a high-density region of our inner solar system.  The question now, is, to what extent the Nemesis Cloud can trigger a proliferation of Earth-crossing objects?  Very not good. This is why I wrote the Win-Win Survival Handbook.  It shows you how to locate a community and to build it deep and safe.

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