Tag: meteor

La Palma Tsunami – The Sum of All Fears

La Palma Tsunami – The Sum of All Fears

| November 15, 2021

The current La Palm trends for several days are less surface and overall earthquake activity.  The hope is that this is the beginning of what will be a long stretch to the end.    Daily Volcano Discovery updates continue to begin with, “explosive activity continues,” as island residents report being awoken early in the early […]

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Signs No. 56 – High Risk of Catastrophic Meteor False Flag Event

Signs No. 56 – High Risk of Catastrophic Meteor False Flag Event

| September 8, 2021

There is a lot of chatter about a false flag event on or about September 11, 2021.  An often-repeated concern is that it could come in the form of a meteor false flag event.  It’s no longer conjecture. The concern is genuine because the fireball numbers for August 2021 are the highest for that month […]

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Signs 55 – Start Looking Up

Signs 55 – Start Looking Up

| August 5, 2021

Over the last few months, Yowusa.com researcher J.P. Jones has been heavily mining our database for indicators as to how the remainder of this year will play out.  Although the numbers for July 2021 are slightly down let’s not break out the champagne because August is when we enter a historically active period.  In September, […]

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Signs 53 – Divergent Trends Emerge

Signs 53 – Divergent Trends Emerge

| June 7, 2021

The numbers for May 2021 show the emergence of divergent trends for fireballs on one hand, and earthquakes of all magnitudes on the other. While fireballs continue to rise, we’re now seeing small monthly drops in earthquakes this year.   However, given the current earthquake activity on the West Coast and Hawaii this month, let’s not […]

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Signs 52 – A Small Reprieve

Signs 52 – A Small Reprieve

| May 12, 2021

The numbers for April 2021 are the best this year and show a small reprieve from the mind-numbing trends seen so far.  As Yowusa.com researcher J.P. Jones explains it, we should not view this reprieve as the reversal of the overall, ominous trends we’re observing. Rather, we see April as either the end of a […]

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Signs 51 – Oh Crap!

Signs 51 – Oh Crap!

| April 3, 2021

As the March 2021 data began to come in, Yowusa.com researcher J.P. Jones sent me a mid-month heads-up on the number of observed fireballs.   We could see that another all-time record was taking shape.  It left us both with a foreboding sense of how the rest of March would play out, given our last […]

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Planet X Flyby – Earth Changes

Planet X Flyby – Earth Changes

| March 28, 2021

One host I always enjoy is Michael Decon and his wonderful audience.  They are true seekers of truth. Michael read my latest article, Planet X Flyby – When We See It, What We See, and Why Most Will Die, and he invited me to come back to the show and discuss it. Like many others […]

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Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

| November 8, 2019

The Signs data for October 2019 is an odd mix as compared with previous months. Overall, the impression is that we’ve entered a period of transition as compared with trends previously reported. On the one hand, we could be approaching a stabilization point where these troubling upticks could begin to level off somewhat. On the […]

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Signs 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

Signs 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

| September 18, 2019

In terms of fireballs and earthquakes, August 2019 was a record-breaking month. Of the two trends, the more disturbing (and they’re both awful) last month was fireballs. Also, we saw two more very large earthquake (VLE) swarms, and this confirms a pattern dating back to the VLE swarms in Hawaii. Another new development are purple […]

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Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

| July 7, 2019

A 7.1 rocked Southern California on July 5, 2019, and it was a wake-up call for savvy Americans.  However, given the lack of a respectable death toll, it was another nothing burger Earth event despite the somewhat dark and guarded prognostications of scientists. Is this another case of blah, blah, blah, buy some fresh flashlight […]

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