Tag: volcano

Guardians of the Looking Glass: Fact or Fiction?

Guardians of the Looking Glass: Fact or Fiction?

| May 14, 2022

Cut to the Chase with Marshall Masters Show No. 181 14-May-2022 On March 10, 2022, a group identifying themselves as the Guardians of the Looking Glass warned us that we needed to spread the word about a false flag event to occur on April 18, 2022, in NYC. In that month, the group released three […]

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Signs 62 – Blip or Gap?

Signs 62 – Blip or Gap?

| March 8, 2022

When J.P. Jones sent me the final numbers for February 2022, I was surprised by the huge event data subset results. It left me wondering, are we seeing the beginning of a new gap in the Nemesis Cloud or is this a passing blip? If a new gap, then 2022 will be a calmer year, […]

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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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La Palma Tsunami – Mixed Messaging

La Palma Tsunami – Mixed Messaging

| November 6, 2021

We’re now at day 44 and after the first month of eruptions on La Palma, experts warned that the end was not yet in sight.  So far, that stands. For the stressed residents of the island, this uncertainty and dread are taking a heavy toll, and no doubt, many will need counseling well after this […]

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Signs 58 – Crazy Fireballs and USGS Cover-up

Signs 58 – Crazy Fireballs and USGS Cover-up

| November 3, 2021

October 2021 sends an ominous message.   The numbers are crazy bad and the data proves the Nemesis Cloud hypothesis developed in 2015 by Yowusa.com researcher J. P. Jones. Yup, more rocks are coming our way, this much is certain, and not only from the sky. As of November 3, the volcano on La Palma is […]

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La Palma Tsunami – Ominous Thunder

La Palma Tsunami – Ominous Thunder

| October 30, 2021

New and ominous is not good, and on La Palma, last Friday, the 29th, was a day for both.  It was the thunderous sounds of the volcano erupting. This time, it was no longer a background sound but rather loud enough to drown out the narration. Like some hellish, last one for the road moment, […]

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La Palma Tsunami – Strength is Increasing

La Palma Tsunami – Strength is Increasing

| October 25, 2021

A quick update today on La Palma.  Things are growing progressively grim and many are wondering if a mega-tsunami is in store for America’s East Coast. We’ll report on current conditions and discuss two big misinformation stories published by various websites and the USGS. At present, there are four active vents and the sulfur levels […]

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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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