Signs 57 – Pushing into Trouble

| October 7, 2021

Signs 57 – Pushing into TroubleSeptember 2021 was a mixed message.  With earthquakes, we saw the lowest level for this month in the last four years.

Given what is happening at La Palma, what does that mean?

While pondering this question, what we saw with fireballs verifies a hypothesis developed in 2015 by researcher J. P. Jones.

Look up.  We’re pushing into trouble.  Big trouble.

Given what is happening at La Palma, what is the meaning of all this?  We’ll answer that question, but first, let’s do the numbers.

September 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.

AMS Multistate Fireballs for 1/2017 to 9/2021

In August we saw a statistically consistent uptick for that month from 2018 through to 2021.   Conversely, September 2021 dwarfs the previous four years in this data subset.  Multistate fireballs cross territorial boundaries and so 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.

AMS Huge Event Fireballs for 1/2017 to 9/2021

The numbers for February and March remain uniquely stunning, where July, August, and September remain in the middle of the high-low range, so this is another statistical push.

A key distinction is those huge events often have more pitched trajectories.  Hence, they are often brighter and observed by eyewitnesses in smaller geographic areas.

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 September 2021 relative to AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs, we see a clear shift towards larger objects.

AMS Total Monthly Fireballs for 1/2017 to 9/2021

Also, like the AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs data subset, the monthly spike in September is also breathtaking.

Yearly AMS Fireball Totals

Assuming we are passing through the outer dust rings of the Planet X system, are we’re moving into a thicker ring where there is a higher likelihood of a catastrophic impact event? This brings us to the annual totals.

AMS Annual Fireballs for 1/2017 to 9/2021

In Signs 56, we saw that as of August 2021 topped the records for 2015 and earlier and was close to topping the records set in 2016 and 2017.

Keeping that in mind, what really concerns us is that As of September 2021 has easily topped 2018 and earlier.  OMG, this is a huge jump and there is a clear message.  We’re pushing into 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 September 2021.

Earthquakes Worldwide 1/1997 to 9/2021

How do we view September 2021?  Given what is occurring now on La Palma, it’s the quiet before the storm, but let’s not get cocky – or hopeful.

Let’s compare years.  The total number of earthquakes in September 1997 versus 2012 and 2021 to see the percentage of change over the years.

Month Year All EQs % of 1997
September 1991 1,232 0.00%
September 2012 8,308 674.35%
September 2021 11,611 942.45%

Note: In Signs 54 – USGS Jiggered the Numbers, we revealed the extensive and intentional earthquake event underreporting by the USGS, so please keep this in mind when reading earlier installments.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2017 to 9/2021

When we look at annual global earthquakes for the dataset for January 2017 to September 2021, we continue to see a hi-lo pattern.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2017 to 9/2021

Due to the seismic activity at La Palma early this month and elsewhere, we expect significant numbers coming for October.

The Meaning of All This

The purpose of the Signs series has always been to identify significant trends using fireball and earthquake data to assess the current passage of the Planet X system through the core of our solar system.

The data reported for the following three sub-sets is critical:

  • AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs
  • AMS Monthly Total Fireballs
  • Yearly AMS Fireball Totals

We are clearly pushing into an area of space that is filled with Earth-crossing objects and while this is attributed to the passing of a comet, that’s a red herring.

This is because in 2017, we first detected a powerful trend in the fireball data and this led us to the first discussion of the Nemesis Cloud., June 28, 2017 
Signs No. 15 – The Nemesis Cloud

The Nemesis Cloud could be a vast debris field surrounding the Planet X system; a formless field of rock, ice, etc. pushed ahead of and dragged behind it. Unlike the asteroid belts and the Oort Cloud of our own system, this debris captured by the gravitational fields of the Nemesis brown dwarf will have a less defined organization. Rather, the Nemesis Cloud will have varying degrees of density throughout it.

Nemesis Cloud Example

What makes the Nemesis Cloud especially dangerous for Earth is the debris field that is dragged behind the system. As the system crosses the sun’s ecliptic on its southbound trajectory to aphelion (its further distance from our sun), a significant portion of this loosely organized field of debris will be captured by the combined gravitational fields of our sun and inner planets. The consequence will be a brutal pounding for Earth throughout the transit of the Planet X system through the core of our own system.

Over the course of the following four years, we were on the lookout for a statistically significant trend that would corroborate J.P. Jone’s Nemesis Cloud hypothesis and by June 2020 we finally locked it down thanks to a leaked SOHO image., July 13, 2020 
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When I looked at this image for the first time, I saw that this image captured a fantastic moment.  What you see below is Nemesis after it has just completed its transit of the ecliptic, and on July 5, 2020, it is once again in our Northern skies for the first time in thousands of years.

SOHO July 2020 - Nemesis Transits the Ecliptic

This image was captured by SOHO which is in a very stable L1 Halo Orbit, which puts it on the ecliptic at a distance of approximately four Lunar distances (LD or ⊕) from Earth (also called Earth-Moon distance.)

In layman’s terms, the camera is pointed directly at the center of the sun, at a point on the sun’s equator.  In the image above, the horizontal line is the ecliptic, the plane of our solar system.  As you can see, Nemesis has just completed the transit and has been illuminated by a massive solar storm.

Further data streamed in that helped us mine the fireball data for an even clearer picture and by July of the following year, we proved the J.P. Jones Nemesis Cloud hypothesis and in August 2021, I began giving my 2-hour Zoom Conference, Planet X Convergence.

Despite the insane politics of the time and the Orwellian level of suppression waged against me by Big Tech, there are still a few of you out there with the clarity of mind to keep a steady focus on what is coming and how to prepare.

For those who follow my work and who want more specifics about our findings, I hope to see you at the next 2-hour Zoom Conference, Planet X Convergence.

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