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 more people come into awareness and what is happening in their lives.

In this Signs installment, I’ll speak about two women and what they saw in February because for them, that was when the “when” question became irrelevant.  Now, it’s the “what” question.  What is going to happen and what can I do about it?

For Diane M Dougherty of White Salmon, WA (45° North) and Joan Olivera of Palisade, MN (46° North) the moment of “what” awareness was the same.  Early morning coffee and seeing an object of doom on the far horizon at sunrise. Is this a matter of coincidence?  On one level, yes, but on another, no.

Later in this article, I’ll analyze Diane’s observation photo and Joan’s eyewitness reports.  Joan didn’t have a camera, but she saw the same exact object in the same area of the sky at the same time of day as Diane.

What Joan saw was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back for reasons you will learn later on, and why I’ll ask you include Joan in your prayers.  But for now,  the business of fireballs and earthquakes comes first.

February 2019 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 1/2015 to 2/2019

February 2019 in the AMS multistate and country fireballs subset was greater than 2015 and equal to 2016.  However, it is lower than in 2017 and 2018 so we may be seeing a slight decline in this dataset.  When the numbers come in for March, we’ll be in a better place to evaluate that possibility.

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 Total Monthly Fireballs 1/2015 to 2/2019

February 2019 saw this subset at the same level as 2017, which is interesting because the other three years for this period were all higher, especially 2016.  However, when we combine this with the February values for AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs, we see similar trends.

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J. P. Jones, the analyst who is the research lead for this series, has expressed the opinion that these subsets suggest that Earth is passing between the outer bands of the Nemesis Cloud. The reason for this is found in the next subset, AMS Monthly Total Fireballs.

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 January 2019, we see the single most significant increase from one year to the next, going back to 2015.

AMS Total Monthly Fireballs 1/2015 to 2/2019

The AMS Monthly Total Fireballs for February 2019 is the highest for this subset period, for the years, 2015 through 2019, which means it is another all-time high.  More importantly, when combined with the below-average values for the AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs and AMS Huge Event Fireballs subsets, it offers striking evidence that Earth, as J. P. Jones suggests, is between bands in the Nemesis Cloud.

AMS Total Yearly Fireballs

The total number of reported fireballs of all sizes is where the big picture moves from monthly to yearly, and here the news is (imagine the worst if you will).

AMS Total Yearly Fireballs 1/2011 to 2/2019

When J. P. Jones defined this subset, the year 2011 was chosen for a specific reason.  In or about 2010, the American Meteor Society changed its reporting procedures.  This added efficiency and ease of reporting served to increase the overall reporting numbers as compared with prior years.  Therefore, 2011 was pegged as a reliable baseline.

With February 2019  we see an all-too-familiar pattern once again.  The dramatic difference for a few years.  In this case, the subset value for the first two months of 2019 is higher than the first seven months of 2011.

Between this and the value this month for the AMS Monthly Total Fireballs subset, the overall trend is clear.  It is only a matter of time before there is a significant meteor event with loss of life.  Or in other words, pain is coming.

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 spreadsheet below has been updated with the February 2019 results.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/1997 to 2/2019

The total number of earthquakes of all magnitudes for February 2019 is 7,586. This is remarkable because the next lowest monthly total is November 2015!  Does this portend a new, more hopeful trend? A closer look is required in order to answer that question.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2015 to 2/2019

When we look at annual global earthquakes for the dataset for February 2019 we see the statistical values hovering within a statistically narrow range for this month dating back to 2015.  However, there is an interesting twist for February 2019.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2015 to 2/2019

The reason why our earthquake dataset covers events of all magnitudes is that about a decade ago, the USGS began jiggering the numbers.  Proof of that is a simple question.  When was the last time you saw the USGS fail to downside the magnitude of an earthquake event?

The USGS implemented an artificial threshold for reporting earthquake trends, such as 6.0 for statistical reasons.  Ergo, a 6.2 becomes a 5.9 for example and so when they say there is no significant trend changes for 6.0 magnitude earthquakes and above, the count is an invalid statistical result.  With that in mind, let’s look at the major earthquake events for February 2019.

Date/Time Place Magnitude
2019-02-01 6km NNW of Frontera Hidalgo, Mexico 6.5
2019-02-02 168km WSW of Sungaipenuh, Indonesia 6.1
2019-02-14 Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.2
2019-02-17 49km NW of Namatanai, Papua New Guinea 6.4
2019-02-22 115km ESE of Palora, Ecuador 7.5

What an odd dichotomy February 2019 is.  One one hand, we have the lowest monthly total since November 2015, but on the other hand, five major earthquakes with magnitudes over 6.0 worldwide for the same period.

Just when you feel the urge to pop the cork on a chilled bottle of champagne to celebrate a low total for magnitudes of all kinds, nature says not so fast laddie because February 2019 was a month of more big ones and fewer small ones.  It will be interesting to see the numbers for March, but in the meantime, pain is coming in a different way.

Death at Dawn

Those of you who have followed my work over the years know that more than say, a gazillion times, I’ve told you how picky I am about observation reports.  And yes, my typical response to observations with a single smartphone photo is a knee-jerk “no.”

Well, February has been a hard month as seen above, and with this in mind I want to share the observation reports of two, very kind and capable women. Joan Olivera and Diane M. Dougherty.

Joan Olivera’s Naked Eye Daybreak Observations

In mid-February, I received a phone call from Joan Olivera.  We’ve communicated over the years about Planet X and I respect Joan.  A former aircraft mechanic and ranch foreman, she’s a woman of considerable personal strength. Someone you’d be happy to have covering your back.

My first memorable contact with Joan was a delivery note from my Post Office to pick up a parcel back in 2016.  It was a large box filled with beautiful goodies.  Mostly things she had picked and canned herself.

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Unfortunately, the word “Fragile” when printed in large letters, is what postal workers rely upon to tell them that they need to drop the parcel down two flights of stairs and then kick it across an entire sorting room floor.  Consequently, the clerk brought out my prize in a huge heavy plastic bag filled with various fluids.  It was a mess, but I took it home to see if anything survived.

After pulling on a pair of heavy leather work gloves I started peeling away the soaked and flimsy cardboard.  What a mess.  What wasn’t smashed outright, was cracked and all these wonderful looking treats were a lost cause, save for one miraculous bottle of premium Wisconsin maple syrup.

In retrospect, I must say, it tasted awesome, as in step aside Aunt Jemima, this is the good stuff! So when I received a call from Joan in early February, what immediately came to mind was the wonderful bottle of maple syrup and how I enjoyed it.  But that feeling was short-lived.

Joan’s voice was awfully sad and I could tell that she was holding back painful tears.”I saw it,” [Planet X] she exclaimed.  “Yesterday morning at daybreak and again this morning.   Both times in the same place.  About 3 o’clock relative to the sun.”  While she did not have photos, I put great credence in honest, naked eye observations from credible observers and this was a first.  In all the years I’ve been receiving reports, this was the first two daybreak naked eye observation report.

After declaring her observations, Joan began sobbing and I knew why.  Within the last 18 months, Joan has lost a daughter, a father and a husband of ten years to natural causes and when you’re putting your life back together after these kinds of blows, you tend to have a few sleepless nights.

When that happens, and you see the first light of dawn, you know it is time to make coffee and to watch the sunrise. This was when she made her naked eye observations.  For Joan, this shock was a bridge too far and the tears began to flow.

We spent the next ninety minutes and for her, seeing this monster of death in the sky two mornings in a row was like throwing salt on open wounds. Having experienced my own naked eye observation of Planet X back in September 2018, I felt her pain.  Deeply.

For you Dear Reader, this is not a matter of “for the grace of Joan go I.”  It is a peek forward into a dark future we will all experience.  A time when we all will see the signs of death as we mourn the loss of loved ones.

Diane Dougherty’s Daybreak Observation

Without photographic evidence to support her two observation reports, all I could do was to keep what Joan Oliver reported in mind because you never know what bit of magical synchronicity can connect a half-a-mystery to a half-answer somewhere else. It happened.

On March 3, I received an email from Diane M. Dougherty of White Salmon, WA with a striking high-resolution smartphone observation photo with this explanation:

Hi Mr. Masters,

I took a photo on the morning of Feb. 28th, 2019. I was standing on our back porch, outside on our deck. There is a glass door and a window behind me. My home is located ten miles outside of White Salmon, Washington (98672). I took this photo using a iPhone 8 Plus.

I only took a photo because it was such a beautiful sunrise and the sun was glistening off of the snow. When I looked at the photo, there was an object to the right of the sun. I will leave it up to you to discern what it is. If it’s a lens flare, so be it. I have no idea. If you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them.

If you could respond to me when you have time, I would appreciate it. Thank you ahead of time.

Diane M. Dougherty

The first three things that got my attention while comparing Diane’s observation with Joan’s two observations earlier that month were: time of day, latitude, and the 2nd object’s position.

  • Time of Day: Both Diane and Joan had made their observations at dawn.  This noteworthy because most Planet X observations are made at altitude during the day or from the ground near sunset.
  • Latitude:  Diane lives near 45° North, and Joan lives near 46° North.
  • 2nd Object Position: 3 o’clock relative to the Sun.

Diane sent me a single smartphone and normally, I do not post on smartphone observation photos unless I have a sequence to work with.  However, I could not ignore all this synchronicity so I performed a gamma analysis on Diane’s observation photo.

What impressed me about Diane’s observation photo is as follows:

  • Latitude and Time of Day: The observations by both women were extremely close.
  • Resolution: Diane used an iPhone 8 Plus smartphone with the resolution set to 4032 x 2024.  More than enough for a solid gamma analysis.
  • Credibility: Respect for my time goes a long way with me and Diane’s letter was polite and detailed.  A refreshing change from the cryptic stuff I often receive.
  • 0.01 Gamma: Only natural objects generated enough light to remain visible with a gamma setting of 0.01.

I want to thank Diane for a very good observation report.  Keep up the good work Diane!

For Joan.

Dear readers, Joan is a good and kind woman who has experienced personal loss on a scale that can devastate one’s life.  Then, fate added a whole other level of pain to that by observing an object in the sky, she knew could mean only one thing.  MORE pain is coming.

Please Dear Readers, include Joan in your prayers and ask God to bestow upon this kind and wonderful soul the light of his loving strength so that she may endure, recover and thrive.

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