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Signs of the Times #1543 Something is definately WRONG with the weather! [Feb 4] It is the beginning of February. Here in Northern NH, we should have several feet of snow on the ground, and daytime temps in the 0 to 20`F range. Temps at night should be anywhere from 0 (Zero) to -40`F (Below Zero). And yet today, it was Sunny and 50`F. Two weeks ago it hit 60`F. Night temps have been in the 20's and 30's. [and from another] Our local weather man said we got 2 summer's worth of rain here in Florida in 5 hours [Feb 3]. US 19 was closed for hours today because it was completely under water. Our local weather dude said, and I'm paraphrasing here, "Folks, this one doesn't fall anywhere on the charts. This is no kind of normal." [and from another] Close to Anchorage, Alaska we are supposed to get 85mph wind gusts tomorrow thru Sunday. … I live on the Canadian West coast, and we do have storms here, but nothing like what's been going on the last 10 days or so. It's just been one storm after another, mostly starting out with a SE wind and later shifting to the SW. … Coastal flood watch, swells over 35 ft have also been reported. [and from another] [Feb 4] 'What may be the worst windstorm in seven years is expected to batter Seattle today with gusts up to 60 miles per hour. Gusts of 75 mph are possible along the coast.' [Note: weather wobbles, in response to the Earth wobble, getting worse.]
Signs of the Times #1542
I took these pics yesterday [Feb 2] at approx 4:30 PM. I took them on Interstate 70 heading west bound at mile marker 45 in the state of Maryland. The closeup is of the object on the right of the sun. The quarter moon came out later after sun(s)down. [and from another] The corpus of Planet X is found to the right of the Sun at the current time, from the vantage point of Earth, as it is swinging in place to bring its N Pole round to point AWAY from the Sun. As it has a retrograde orbit and rotation, this means it will be emerging from the right hand side, from the vantage point of the northern hemisphere. Many complain that it should thus be visible to all, all the time, but it should be noted that there are special circumstances when it is captured on film or noted naked eye. Nancy compares these photos to the one captured on Dec 24 in North Carolina, also a sunset photo. In that one, a reflection on the water proves it is a light EMITTING body, not an atmospheric phenomena. Sundogs, light bouncing off the atmosphere, do NOT create reflections on water. What is similar in these current photos and the Dec 24 one? Sun and Planet X BOTH low to the horizon. Clouds in the sky blunting the Sun's glare. Glow on the Sun side of Planet X, indicating additional light rays bounced off the dust cloud and thense onto the viewer on Earth. And the dust covered corpus of Planet X standing BEHIND the clouds, not in front of them as a sundog does. As the corpus of Planet X, the shrouded planet, is coming increasingly toward Earth during its passage, these types of photo captures will only increase, and get more dramatic! ZetaTalk [Note: I see no signs of this being a sundog, in the large photos submitted, as with another similar photo on Signs of the Times 1527.]
Signs of the Times #1541
Earth's magnetic pole drifting quickly [Dec 8] 'Earth's north magnetic pole is drifting away from North America and toward Siberia at such a clip that Alaska might lose its spectacular Northern Lights in the next 50 years, scientists said Thursday.' [and from another] Miners Surface after Saskatchewan Fire [Jan 30] 'All 72 miners trapped by a fire in a potash mine in Saskatchewan were brought to safety by rescuers early Monday, a day after the workers took refuge from the smoke and flames.' [and from another] It appears we Canadians with our heavily regulated mining industry in Saskatchewan has its uses after all. You speak of increasing signs of torque effect such as rail road derailments (which here in western Canada, our incidents are increasing exponentially) and industrial fires. So I guess we will be seeing a lot more mining emergencies in the news as well! [and from another] How is it that Siberia and much of Europe can be freezing in subzero cold, while the US and Canada are basking in unseasonably warmth? Are they not on the same latitude? ... It has been in the news within this past year that the magnetic N Pole is now migrating to Siberia, having left Canadian territory. Why would this be occurring, so rapidly? ... In essence, this is a projection of the Atlantic Rift as a magnet. It is wrapping around the globe, extending more than 180°, and curling over the horizon to encompass Siberia. ... The emerging N Pole of Planet X, swinging round to the right in a retrograde or clockwise manner, wants the Earth to fall to its side, toward the left, so the N Pole of Earth is as far away as possible. As the Earth is not yet torn from its allegiance to the Sun, it has dual directives, and tries to accommodate them both. Thus, while it remains upright and has not yet fallen onto its side, it LEANS somewhat in that direction, and thus the lopsided Winter temps in the northern hemisphere. [Note: new ZetaTalk: Siberian Freeze.]
Signs of the Times #1540
Russians face freezing chaos [Jan 19] 'But if you think it sounds cold in Moscow, how about this. Last week, the city of Tomsk in western Siberia declared a state of emergency when temperatures fell to 57C. Sorry, I mean minus 57C. It was so cold most people's thermometers were no use any more as they do not go past minus 40C. Some of the oil wells in Siberia have frozen, and Russia is producing 200,000 barrels of oil a day less than it was last month.' [and from another source] Midwest savoring January warm spell [Jan 13] 'People here are shedding their wool coats, rolling down their car windows and wondering where's winter as bright sunshine Thursday sent temperatures to a high of 55. The above-normal temperatures stretching across the Midwest and east to Boston are part of an unusual pattern that won't change any time soon, said meteorologist Mark Ratzer of the National Weather Service.' [and from another source] Many parts of Canada experiencing warm January [Jan 30] 'Most parts of Canada are experiencing one of the warmest winters on record. It has been a sunny and warm January, with average temperatures above seasonal norms, in some cases by as much as 10 degrees.'
Signs of the Times #1539
Tories win slim minority, Martin steps down, pizza Parliament looms [Jan 24] 'Voters put an end to 12 years of Liberal government yesterday but left the victorious Conservatives under Stephen Harper with a very tenuous hold on government. The Conservatives eked out a minority government that will make Mr. Harper, a 46-year-old economist, Canada's 22nd prime minister. Canadians appeared to be saying they were tired of the scandals that had plagued the Liberals under Mr. Martin during his 26 months as prime minister.' [and from another] Some activists, politicians speaking openly about impeachment [Jan 24] 'The word "impeachment" is popping up increasingly these days and not just off the lips of liberal activists spouting predictable bumper-sticker slogans. After the unfounded claims about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction and recent news of domestic spying without warrants, mainstream politicians and ordinary voters are talking openly about the possibility that President Bush could be impeached. So is at least one powerful Republican senator, Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.' [and from another] Meanwhile, humans in the know or deliberately kept unaware are getting increasingly nervous, seeing the trend, and posturing for the end game. [Note: new ZetaTalk: End Game Postures]
Signs of the Times #1538 As of March 17, 1998 Volcano World listed 53 active volcanoes as of the last 6 years. As of Jan 18, 2006 there were 82 active volcanoes listed on that site as of the last 6 years. An increase of 55% in 8 years. [and from another] 2005 is warmest year on record for Northern Hemisphere, scientists say [Dec 16] 'The Earth's average temperature reached a near-record high in 2005, international and U.S. climate agencies reported Thursday.' [and from another] 2005 hottest year on record [Jan 4] 'Federal Environment Minister Ian Campbell says new data showing 2005 was Australia's hottest year on record is further evidence of climate change.' [and from another] The 2005 season is finally over [Jan 7] 'The amazing 2005 Atlantic hurricane season has shattered many long-standing records, chief among them a record number of named storms, twenty-seven, which has obliterated the previous record of twenty-one in 1933. There also have been 14 hurricanes so far this season breaking the old record of 12 set in 1969. Another record set was for the most category-five hurricanes, three, with Katrina, Rita and Wilma. Wilma became the strongest hurricane on record in the Atlantic Basin with a pressure of 882 mb breaking the old record set by Gilbert (888 mb) in 1988.' [and from another]
Recently South Dakota has begun a regular daily shimmy, at a time when the S Pole comes over the horizon to where Planet X can grab it. The Torque Effect, evident. [Note: not Global Warming when the volcanoes are participating and Face/Dark global quakes and evident Torque Effect is continuing!]
Signs of the Times #1537
Federal Reserve Money Supply Report Is About To Fall Into The Abyss. [Dec 1] 'When Iran starts trading in petroeuros, the Fed will stop telling us how much money they're printing. In a little-noticed decision a few weeks ago, the Federal Reserve Board said it would stop publishing its weekly M3 money supply number as of next March, although it will continue to publish M0, M1, and M2. M3 is the broadest measure of how much money is circulating in the U.S. at any one time. Unlike M2, M3 is the big stuff, the super-size deposits. They know what's coming-massive amounts of dollar creation to fund the worsening trade and federal government budget deficits. The Fed, central banks, and other groups are informally known as the Plunge Protection Team. The reason the Fed will stop publishing weekly M3 totals is so that the Plunge Protection Team can hide its market manipulative equity-buying activities. The PPT is poised to buy stocks and do it secretly to stop the higher-than-normal probability that the market could crash. Because of the M3 numbers. We could see there was too much money being created. M3 was being pumped at three times the rate of growth of the Gross Domestic Product. Investors will be left more in the dark as to any secret rigging of the stock market. Is the economy closer to the brink than anyone realizes? Or is it politically expedient to goose markets? Do they see a catastrophe coming that will require hyperinflation to bail the US out? Maybe. Making large stock purchases secretly can be enough to spark a rally, and when the buying gets heavy, the PPT can get out at a nice profit before the market resumes a slide.' [Note: the relationship to saber rattling over Iran is that Iran has threatened to go off the dollar, and onto the Euro, in March, 2006.]
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Paper-trail advocate to air rigging concerns [Jan 23] 'Clint Curtis, a familiar name to those who follow election-stealing allegations on the Internet, will get an official audience this week with the committee advising Palm Beach County on voting technology. Curtis is the Florida computer programmer who emerged in December 2004 at an Ohio forum and online with an affidavit claiming he had been an unwitting accomplice four years earlier in a Republican plot to rig touch-screen elections.' [and from another] State rebuffs raw vote demand [Jan 24] 'Democrats want 2004 base election data; machine firm is playing coy. The state Division of Elections has refused to turn over its electronic voting files to the Democrats, arguing that the data format belongs to a private company and can't be made public. The Alaska Democratic Party says the information is a public record essential for verifying the accuracy of the 2004 general election and must be provided. At this point, it's impossible to say whether the correct candidates were declared the winner in all Alaska races from 2004. The private contractor hired to provide Alaska's electronic voting machines is Diebold Election Systems.' [and from another] Possible fraud cases highlight need for election reform [Jan 23] 'The Anne Arundel County Board of Elections has reported seven cases of possible double voting from the last presidential election, and one criminal case is pending in state court. The General Assembly last week overrode the governor's vetoes of bills that will allow people to vote up to a week before an election and cast provisional ballots anywhere in Maryland.' [Note: Diebold fraud, no paper trail, increasingly in the news, recently in Palm Beach, Anchorage, Annapolis.]
Signs of the Times #1535
As Elections Near, Officials Challenge Balloting Security [Jan 22] 'The questions about electronic balloting have become widespread as states and counties move to upgrade equipment, as required by the 2002 Help America Vote Act. The law and new state regulations were enacted to make voting more accessible and more accurate, a response to the controversy generated by the contested outcome in Florida in the 2000 presidential election. Since the federal law was passed, though, a hodgepodge of federal and state requirements and debates over the best technology have complicated the task of upgrading. In Miami-Dade County, Fla., the elections chief is thinking about tossing out touch-screen systems installed after 2000. The concern is that they do not leave a paper trail that auditors could examine in a disputed election and are expensive to use. In California, the secretary of state recently asked whether Diebold machines the state was considering had similar vulnerabilities. The events that set in motion a new wave of concern over today's voting technologies, started in 2003, when a Seattle-based activist named Bev Harris released thousands of Diebold documents she said showed Diebold's systems were vulnerable to attack. Johns Hopkins University computer sciences professor said the vulnerabilities of electronic systems -- including new touch-screen voting machines -- point to the need for a paper trail in any election.' [Note: don't miss the Blog Radio show - Decapitation, the Demise of the Bush Administration - on Feb 8. This is one more nail in that coffin.]
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Winning the War - by Sparking an Increase in Terrorism [Jan 22] 'The MIPT Terrorism Knowledge base, which receives funding and strategic guidance from the Department of Homeland Security, tracks all publicly reported international and domestic terrorism incidents around the world. Bush and his cabal insist that the way the administration has prosecuted the War on Terrorism has made the world is a safer place. The whole point of "winning" the war is to decrease the number of terrorism worldwide. Yet look at this chart tracking the number of terrorism incidents, domestic and international, since 2003. The number of terrorist attacks has steadily increased under Bush's leadership. Based on the terrorist database, the sum of international and domestic terrorist attacks in 2005 was 3991, up 51% from the previous year's figure of 2639. The number of deaths that resulted from those attacks was 6872, which is 36% higher than the 5066 that occurred in 2004.'