(Mr Robot) A video was recently published that claims to identify a huge anomaly coming from Antarctica on a form of radar, and also a multi-wave pattern type thing over the Caribbean Sea. The video seems to have a suspicion that a “natural disaster season” may occur this fall (or spring for the Southern Hemisphere), and like last August and September, natural disasters may strike at this time.
by Mr Robot, July 31st, 2018
Just last year around this time, the Caribbean was of course rocked by multiple, particularly devastating hurricanes, rendering some islands almost totally destroyed, and destroyed again.
During that time, a similarly strange thing was caught on satellite images over the hurricanes: what appear to be the streaks produced by high altitude jets spraying aluminum for the purposes of weather modification. The trails, the spraying, you know what I’m talking about. Those were identified on NASA Worldview, satellite images over the hurricanes. Since when do planes fly close to hurricanes and leave behind streaky trails?
When trying to figure out why natural disasters could seasonally peak like this and be so intense, people have a variety of explanations. Some believe it’s climate change and you’ll hear a lot of talk about that in the mainstream media. Others understand that climate change is inseparable from the damage seemingly done by geoengineering and the spraying of skies, and other people even correlate the recent eclipses at this time both last year and this year, to natural disasters.
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Last year, the eclipses occurred around the same time as this year, because it is an 18 year cycle for eclipses to happen in the same spot again (the transit of the moon’s north and south nodes).
In August 2017 and the following months, a catastrophic mixture of natural disasters seemed to occur all over the Earth. From the hurricanes that decimated the Caribbean, to the monsoon rains in the Eastern area of the world, did it not seem to all happen after those also quite exact eclipses?
It’s not too crazy to theorize that some gravitational event between the sun, moon, and earth may impact the weather on our planet. The moon already influences the Earth’s tide, there are plenty of examples like that to be cited in arguing that the moon’s activities can influence life on Earth. Parasites are known to be more active during full moons, and certain things are statistically more likely to happen on full moons.
The eclipse that just occurred on the 27th was technically the longest eclipse of the 21st century. Until some period of time after the year 2100, another eclipse this long, and apparently exact, will occur.
If you watched the eclipse, you probably noticed that it was much darker and more true in color than the other lunar eclipses, referred to as “blood moons” after the hype behind 2014’s eclipses, because the Earth’s shadow cast upon the moon wasn’t so exact, and the color became sort of red.
Expecting to see a red color, I watched the eclipse but to my surprise, it looked like something took a chunk out of the moon and the eclipse was true and black. The eclipse was clearly very exact.
So if last year’s eclipses preceded natural disasters, could this much more exact, long eclipse have a similar effect this year?
What if some people in positions of power who mess with geoengineering have an occulted belief in the power of eclipses, and decided to just unleash things on people during this time? That’s a far out theory, but what else would be interesting to put in this article?
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