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ZetaTalk: Brazil Blackout
written November 11, 2009

Power Failure Blacks Out Much of Brazil, Paraguay [Nov 11] A massive power failure hit Brazil's two biggest cities, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and large parts of neighboring Paraguay, leaving millions of people in the dark Tuesday night after a hydroelectric plant went offline. The blackout cut off some 17,000 megawatts of electricity, affecting 10 Brazilian states, but power began returning to Rio within a few hours. Brazilian Energy Minister Edson Lobão said authorities weren't sure what caused the outage at the Itaipu dam, which straddles the border between Brazil and Paraguay, but he believed an "atmospheric phenomenon" or "high-intensity storm" was to blame. [and from another] Outage Leaves Millions Without Power in Brazil [Nov 11] The electricity operator in the state of Minas Gerais said the outage was caused by a problem with the Itaipu dam which lies on the border between Brazil and Paraguay.

The failure of the hydroelectric plant at the Itaipu dam situated on the border of Brazil and Paraguay was of course caused by an electromagnetic storm caused by the near presence of Planet X and the wafting of its charged tail. The Brazilian Energy Minister was honest about the cause, stating it was a failure at the dam caused by an unknown "atmospheric phenomena". Many blackouts are caused by the equipment shutting down to protect it from surge or brownout damage. Often when there is high demand for electricity, brownouts can occur due to lack of power available to serve the demand. This can cause a domino effect, as one substation after another shuts down due to overload, forcing the demand onto a neighboring substation. This was not the case in the Brazil/Paraguay blackout, which stemmed from the dam itself. The blackout was sudden, affecting the whole area serviced by the power station, showing that the outage stemmed from the dam itself.

Several high profile electrical outages have occurred in recent months - the Air France 447 failure of all electrical systems on that plane on June 1, and the explosions at the Sajano-Shushenskoj hydroelectric power station on August 17 caused by an electromagnetic tsunami. Electromagnetic blasts coming from Planet X have been on record since January 21 with the Earth's magnetosphere losing its S Pole or being twisted, often in synch with major earthquakes. What happened at the Itaipu dam was not due to a particularly strong flood of electromagnetic particles, as the monitoring of the Earth's magnetosphere shows. The magnetosphere seemed to be relatively calm. Where there was no overall electromagnetic blast affecting Earth, the confused magnetic turmoil between the Earth and Planet X can cause erratic magnetic flows in almost any direction. At times, Planet X and the Earth line up end-to-end briefly, causing the Earth to lose its S Pole or for the Earth's magnetosphere to twist. At other times, there is merely a drift of magnetic particles from the field of Planet X toward the Earth's field, causing an overload of particles.

Such a drift is erratic, and is attracted to the surface of Earth based on the electromagnetic particles on the surface of the Earth. This is what caused the hapless Air France 447 to shut down. It was the surface magnet, the Atlantic Rift itself, that attracted a surge of electromagnetic particles just as the plane was crossing the rift. What is it about the location of the Itaipu dam that makes it susceptible to attracting such an electromagnetic surge? We have mentioned that the S American continent has a seaway opening up along the Parana River, ripping apart at Buenos Aires. River bottoms and seaway bottoms in particular, are along weak points in a plate, being pulled apart and causing the land to sink. Thus, such points have less of a shield between the electromagnetic core of the Earth and any turmoil surrounding the Earth's magnetosphere. A surge bridged the gap between magnetons in the field of Planet X and the core of the Earth there, at that weak point in the crust, and the wealth of electromagnetic particles being generated at the dam was another attractant.

The pointed crop circle that appeared in Brazil two weeks prior to the blackout was warning those in this region that their geography would make them vulnerable to such blackouts. The crop circle appeared in Ipuacu, just to the ESE of the Itaipu dam near Foz do Iguacu. The crop circle pointed to the SSW, south of the dam and along the Parana River channel. The crop circle was stating, in pointed language that rises above the language barrier, that the great Atlantic Rift running down along the northern shore of Brazil was not the only place in danger of electromagnetic pulse. Those who would like clarification on the warning that the visitors are giving them should give the Call and engage the visitors directly. We have warned of increasing outages, such as the Earth experienced in 2003 when the massive tail of Planet X wafted the Earth. These times are now upon mankind.

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In the small town of Ipuaçu, a vast area of wheat and derivatives crops in the state of Santa Catarina, South of Brazil.