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La Palma Tsunami – One Month and No End in Sight

La Palma Tsunami – One Month and No End in Sight

| October 18, 2021

Hearts are heavy on the Island of La Palma because on Sunday the volcano became more active.  This alone would be bad enough, but then to learn that the experts are now advising the President of Spain that, currently, there is no end in sight. What are the good people of that island experiencing?  It […]

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La Palma Tsunami – Critical Indicators

La Palma Tsunami – Critical Indicators

| October 17, 2021

This is now the 29th day of the ongoing eruption at La Palma, which has lasted 6 days longer than the 1971 eruption and this beast is gaining strength and so the question now is, where is it going? We’ve spent considerable time on the Internet and what we’re finding in the available reporting is […]

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La Palma Tsunami – We’re In Uncharted Territory

La Palma Tsunami – We’re In Uncharted Territory

| October 16, 2021

This is now the 28th day of the ongoing eruption at La Palma, which has lasted 5 days longer than the 1971 eruption. It is said that the citizens of Atlantis were distracted by war when their disaster struck.  Keep that in mind, when La Palma goes sideways, many of those who are about to […]

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La Palma Tsunami – What Are The Odds It Will Not Happen?

La Palma Tsunami – What Are The Odds It Will Not Happen?

| October 16, 2021

With catastrophic scenarios, we often play the ‘what if?’ game.   Assuming this or assuming that, what are the odds it could happen.  What a pleasant fiction that is. This is not a game! Having closely followed La Palma from the beginning, it’s time to flip the equation.  What are the odds it could not happen? […]

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Signs 57 – Pushing into Trouble

Signs 57 – Pushing into Trouble

| October 7, 2021

September 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 Yowusa.com researcher J. P. Jones. Look up.  […]

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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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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 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

Signs 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

| January 10, 2021

The Signs data for 2020 is that it was the highest year on record for earthquakes of all magnitudes and observed fireballs.  Not by a little but rather, by a lot!  Worse yet, we’re all distracted by the current political crisis.  It’s like being at the bottom of a dogpile as the nation undergoes a […]

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Signs 47 – 2019 Worst Ever for Fireballs

Signs 47 – 2019 Worst Ever for Fireballs

| February 8, 2020

The Signs data for December 2019 is that this is the highest year on record for observed fireballs. As for earthquakes of all magnitudes, it is the second-highest on record, and it was a very close finish. Worse yet, we know we’re pushing the edge of the envelope with fate, and what December 2019 is […]

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Signs 46 – The Ghost of 2020 Future

Signs 46 – The Ghost of 2020 Future

| December 28, 2019

The Signs data for November 2019 is giving us a ghostly vision of what is to come in 2020. When I received the November data from J.P. Jones, I could see it in the data, though it seemed vaporous and disturbing. So, I decided to put it off until after Christmas. I like the calm […]

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