11/5/20: METEORIC RISE W/ PETER DAVENPORT

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

Predictive Programming is a theory that there are controllers who are fully aware of what is coming in the future. People tend to see a forewarning in fictional movies or books.

Some see these portents as an attempt at mass mind control to make the population more accepting of planned future events. This was first described and proposed by researcher Alan Watt who defines Predictive Programming as a “subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by our leaders. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening possible public resistance and commotion.”

Even if you don’t believe in Predictive Programming, the internet does. You may have noticed that people tend to see Simpsons episodes as oracles or many pre-911 movies indicating that the World Trade Center was doomed many times in movies before it was brought down on September 11th, 2001.

I believe that while there seems to be some uncanny synchronicities in our media and things that do happen I would contend that most conspiracy theorists do not understand the underlying mechanics of how it all of it works.

The mind can create a multitude of scenarios which can develop from fiction to reality given enough time but when it is evident that there is a fore-structuring of life using art it becomes a phenomenon worthy of discussion.

Coincidence and synchronicity are always something that have been a blessing and a curse for my show. It helps us with our credibility when we give out information that is a forbearance to the mainstream news. It also is a curse because when people hear the information later from others, we get e-mails asking why we haven’t talked about the topic when it is hot in the mainstream—or in the zeitgeist.

Just before the election it was announced that It was announced that the film “Greenland” will premiere directly on premium video-on-demand platforms starting Dec. 18. The movie, was initially supposed to debut on the big screen, but it’s skipping theaters in the U.S. due to the pandemic. The film’s trailer was released earlier this spring but was immediately pulled because it was not going to be seen in theaters.

The trailer was out only one day before it was inexplicably pulled offline. The movie is about a family that has to fight to get to bunkers in Greenland to avoid a Near earth collision with fragments of a Comet plummeting to earth.

At the time of the first viewing and the abrupt shutdown there were a few conspiracy theories swirling around about how something a little more sinister was at foot.

Coincidentally, at the time of the films promotion NASA and The United Nations were proposing the use of nuclear weapons to destroy incoming threats from space.

At the UN, they created a program in infancy called The International Institutional Infrastructure to detect and respond to asteroids. As part of all this and in line with an increasing scientific opinion there is also a notable focus at governmental and intergovernmental levels on the use of nuclear weapons as our best hope. The US and Russia have even mooted working together on a nuclear planetary defense initiative.

However, at the intersection of nuclear non-proliferation law and space law, various Cold War-era treaties would appear to rule out nuclear planetary defense.

The relevant law was drafted with the superpower arms race in mind, after all, not asteroids. But if a collision-course NEO was identified, it can at least be said that a proposed nuclear response would be very likely to violate international law.

A week before Halloween, Televangelist  Pat Robertson said that God told him President Trump will win the election , and more than five years later an asteroid will hit Earth and “maybe” bring “the end.”

Pat Robertson believes that President Trump will be the one in charge during our extinction level event. The 90-year-old forecasted disaster for the country and the world after the election, including civil unrest, at least two attempts on Trump’s life and a war against Israel that will be “put down by God.”

Then, the world will see “at least five years or more of extraordinary peace” before the asteroid.

The televangelist had made similar predictions in the past, saying in 1976 the world would end in 1982. His 1990 book “The New Millennium” anticipated the end of time on April 29, 2007.

It is ironic really that Robertson saw an asteroid in our future – the movie, Greenland, is reinforcing the fear of a huge extinction level space rock and even NASA stated that they were tracking a space rock that was supposed to hit us on or around November 2nd – the day before the election.

In fact, Oreo cookies had a publicity stunt where they actually stored their sandwich cookies in a doomsday vault in Norway.

The vault design is inspired by the famous seed vault in the Arctic that’s meant to preserve the world’s botanical legacy against natural or human-caused disasters. Oreo’s version is much smaller, but it shows the cookie company’s commitment to riding out a truly epic PR stunt.

A video (filled with actor portrayals and one real astronomer) shows off the vault, which is located on permafrost at the coordinates 78°08’58.1″N, 16°01’59.7″E, not far from the Svalbard Global Seed Vault.

As an added precaution, the Oreo packs were wrapped in mylar, which can withstand temperatures from -80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and is impervious to chemical reactions, moisture and air, keeping the cookies fresh and protected for years to come,” Oreo said in a statement .

With all of the commotion surrounding this tight election I believe that the predicted asteroid could have hit anywhere in the world and no one would be the wiser.

I did get one email from a listener asked whatever happened to that asteroid and did it hit the planet – well, I can tell you what NASA says and I can tell you what happened on November 2nd the day that asteroid 2018 VP1 was supposed to buzz cut the earth and maybe even get close enough to either explode in the sky or hit the earth somewhere.

On November 2nd NASA tweeted that Asteroid 2018VP1 is very small, approx. 6.5 feet, and poses no threat to Earth! It currently has a 0.41% chance of entering our planet’s atmosphere, but if it did, it would disintegrate due to its extremely small size.

Of course, there was a sigh of relief for scientists that actually though that this little rock would hit us somewhere.

However there were some anomalous activities that did happen that actually were documented and witnessed by a number of people on the ground.

Just before the announced passing of the asteroid residents around Salt Lake Valley, Utah reported the Earth shaking, but experts said it wasn’t an earthquake. So what was it?

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations wrote on Twitter that shaking could be a “sonic boom,” but of course there was no evidence of a plane or any aircraft that could have created that boom big enough to register.

Residents of the west coast of America were treated to a spectacular phenomenon when a “jaw-dropping” fireball streaked across the night’s sky.

People of California, Oregon and Washington spotted what some are calling the “most amazing” fireball they have ever seen. The fireball, which was a meteor which hit the atmosphere, came into view on the evening of October 23. Hundreds of people witnessed the phenomenon, flocking to the International Meteor Organisation (IMO) to report their sighting.

On October 28, residents of Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois were treated to a “spectacular” exploding fireball as the Sun was rising. So powerful was the fireball that people were able to see it, despite daylight beginning to take place.

Tens of people reported the phenomenon to the International Meteor Organization (IMO), describing their experience of the small space rock hitting Earth’s atmosphere.

Many described the trail of the fireball taking on a blue color, likely because of certain gasses packed into the atmosphere.

On the day 2018 VP1 was supposed to nudge close to the earth there was a report that near Pikes Peak, a resident captured on video an anomalous UFO that looked very much like a multi staged rocket heading up into the sky. There was really no launching facility that could accommodate a missile of that size shooting up into the atmosphere. The object was actually captured in the morning hours as it soared over the mountains into the clouds over Colorado Springs.

The object sent out white puffs of smoke and then eventually released a thick black plume ascending into the stratosphere.

Hawaii reported what they only could describe as a huge mothership UFO reminiscent of the one spotted in Phoenix in 1997. Some suggested that what was being seen was the Starlink satellite array or Chinese lanterns however others say that the lights were all in the shape of a large triangular wedge falling towards the ocean.

In the Pacific Northwest it was reported that a sound that was described as a thud in the sky was heard on November 2nd, 2020. Even though NASA said that 2018 VP1 missed the earth some scientists felt that it would explode over the northern Pacific Ocean. There was absolutely no sign of a bright explosion to indicate something exploded over the pacific.

Astrophysicists believe there are hundreds of millions of small, mostly harmless asteroids like 2018 VP1. There are many larger ones too, that NASA aims tracking (Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) over 100 meters (330 feet) across).  These little rocks are sweepers or stow always and sometimes get passed the trackers and explode or fall over areas.

A new study by scientists suggests that asteroids which are deflected on a collision course with Earth are likely to return for another potential clash.

According to the study presented to the US House Science and Technology earth may have a near moss or deflect an asteroid temporarily, but it does not guarantee safety next time its orbit brings it close.

New trajectories are hard to predict, especially if the Earth’s gravitational pull acts on the object.

An asteroid could pass through one of the ‘keyholes’ that would nudge it back onto a collision course with Earth so once diverted, it might need to be steered past Earth to prevent ta collision At the same hearing, members attacked NASA for ignoring smaller asteroids.

On November 2nd, I received an email from a listener in Minnesota that stated a friend of his witnessed a strange object that she describes as being at least 300 feet wide descending rapidly leaving behinds a gray plume of smoke. The object allegedly crashed into Lake Superior.

There were pictures that were submitted to local news and they had no idea what had crashed into the lake. It made no sound as it was falling through the air.

 

Meanwhile, a UFO which later became identified was seen flying near Edwards Air Force Base. The aircraft appears similar to the RQ-180, a high-altitude spy drone. The RQ-180’s existence has never been confirmed by the U.S. Air Force.

A photo of the aircraft wound up on Instagram and then was mysteriously removed. It was then reloaded to Twitter.

According to Aviation Week & Space Technology, the aircraft “was flying in a racetrack pattern at an estimated altitude of 20,000 ft., some claim that what was seen in the sky was actually a white B-21 bomber.

Still, unexplainable aerial phenomena are now a mainstream issue and the truth, no matter how mundane it may end up being, is still up for discussion. In an election year it certainly was that novelty topic that was asked of the candidates.

UFO writers have long been suspicious of the U.S. government, which they believe has suppressed crucial evidence of an alien presence on earth, but in the early years they did not, by and large, embrace strong political positions.

Aliens and UFO’s have never really been a political thing but now with Senators and even the President in on the new revelations we are now looking at the political ramifications of the newly reported revelations.

However. there again lies the faith in UFO’s and not the science and again ideological hijacking and ridicule kills the spark of interest that keeps real investigators from doing their jobs , which is delivering crucial non biased reporting on what unknown phenomenon is buzzing our military and threatening our national security.

The truth is that while much of what we think of UFO’s can be attributed to Cold War mythology, the reality has taken a turn for the complex and the use of experimental aircraft has now created a new discipline for the UFO researcher.

There is no denying that UFO’s are out there; the truth, however, no longer is.

The old axiom of the “truth” being out there becomes trite and hollow as the identification process unveils both elaborate hoaxes and the frightening reality of remarkable aircraft designed by the military and, in some cases, by entities or intelligences far beyond our comprehension.

In the United States, the debate continues over exactly what the truth is behind the sightings of anomalous objects that are above the Earth. The U.S. Air Force has explained on many occasions that a lot of what is seen can be explained.

However, with the obsession of extraterrestrial mythology and reality, every bright light, shooting star, experimental plane, and weather anomaly can end up on the front pages of tabloid newspapers and on special fringe news programs labeled as bona fide extraterrestrial craft with the acronym UFO attached to it.

While questions about UFOs have been asked of the candidates and an election asteroid was somehow thrown into the mix, it can be a great diversion to talk about the chances of being hit by an extraterrestrial object as opposed to the odds of having a fair election.

 

 

 

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