These fireball numbers are crazy bad and the data proves the Nemesis Cloud hypothesis developed in 2015 by Yowusa.com researcher J. P. Jones.
Given all this, let’s consider what is happening at La Palma. At present, there is no end in sight and the renewed volcano eruption is now the largest on record for the last 500 years.
The catastrophic scenario presented in our November 15 article, La Palma Tsunami – The Sum of All Fears, is more feasible now than ever before.
That being, an impact event in the Eastern Atlantic triggers a massive eruption on La Palm with catastrophic consequences for America and Europe. Meanwhile, the USGS is NOT reporting La Palma quakes and we’ll show you the numbers.
November 2021 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.
November 2021 is now the second-highest month in recorded history for multistate fireballs which cross territorial boundaries. Hence, they are typically large objects with flatter trajectories.
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.
The huge event numbers for November match those of last year which are unusually high and consistent with the fireballs observed in the Eastern side of the country.
AMS Monthly Total Fireballs
Now it is official. November 2021 is now the highest month in recorded history. It is undeniable now, that we’ve entered an area of space that is unusually dense with Earth-crossing objects.
Yearly AMS Fireball Totals
Assuming we are passing through the outer dust rings of the Planet X system, does November 2021 indicate a higher likelihood of a catastrophic impact event. This brings us to the annual totals.
This is stunning because as of November 2021 has become the highest year on record for fireballs and we still have December, which is the historically highest month overall. Now consider this recent news article:
New York Post, November 30, 2021
‘Concerning’ asteroid will break into Earth’s orbit in a week: NASA
NASA has warned that a giant asteroid bigger than the Eiffel Tower will break into Earth’s orbit in just over a week.
The 1,082-foot space rock is heading our way and should skim past us on December 11.
NASA has its eye on Asteroid 4660 Nereus because it’s well over 492 feet long and will come within 4.6 million miles of Earth.
That puts it in the “potentially hazardous” category.
There’s no need to panic, though, as Asteroid Nereus isn’t expected to impact Earth.
If all goes well, it should shoot past our planet at 14,700 miles per hour.
NASA is expecting the space rock to stay 2.4 million miles away from us.
That’s about 10 times the distance between Earth and the moon.
That may seem pretty far away, but it’s actually close as near-Earth asteroids go.
J.P. Jones is spot on. We entered a region of our inner solar system with a higher density of Earth-crossing objects.
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 November 2021 with the data reported by the USGS for the month.
As with October 2021, November 2021 also came in, in the five-digit range instead of the six-digit monthly figures we’ve seen in years past. Is this actual or jiggered? It’s jiggered as usual and when we use an alternate source for La Palma on the Volcano Discovery site, we’re back in six digits range. Here is the previous table with this correction.
If you’re looking at the numbers, what we see is a clear numerical manipulation, however, when we use a bar chart to represent the numbers the real problem comes clearly.
Monthly Earthquakes 1/2017 to 11/2021
When we look at annual global earthquakes for November we see an appreciable drop in the overall levels as we did in the previous month.
This is deceptive reporting that leads those with an untrained eye to assume that earthquake activity is the lowest in November for the whole year. However, when we correct the numbers using the Volcano Discovery site, the impression changes dramatically.
Now, November is the second-lowest month of the year by a small margin and is the third-highest for November for the period 2017 to 2021. It’s amazing the difference a little jiggering can make.
We’re in dangerous times and for December, we all need to be vigilant for a major impact event.