MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Ever since the second century, mankind has been setting a due date for the final judgment. Stories have been told of fire from the heavens, floods, and bad weather, earthquakes, and bloodshed.
This is all just business as usual in the apocalypse but as the Earth goes through major changes, business will become unusual and fascinating as long as we can observe. No one wants to be caught in the middle of these events but eventually no matter where you are you may see some catastrophic activity that you should be prepared for.
This is not just paranoia — there is a bit of scientific logic that is applied here ans well as prophecy and probability.
All of these should be considered as we now enter an apocalyptic phase of the planet.
Prophecy is a tricky tool. Its fulfillment is only acknowledged in the eyes of its beholders. It seems that in some odd way people are living as if they have no future ahead of them.
There isn’t one dominant system of thought that controls the actions of western society today. It has become fragmented and those who are on the constant watch for those “troubling signs of the times” are labeled as paranoid, religious nutcases who are waiting for a great savior to come.
They may be right — they may be crazy — but so far the world has gone crazy and those who have been the apocalyptic paranoid are just people with heightened awareness that are not shaken because they are aware of what is happening.
In the span of human history, we have seen on many occasions events that have changed the way mankind conducts its affairs. However, we have never lived in those times until now. Most of us have only read about them and romanticized the events as prophetic, epic, and miraculous to name a few overused adjectives.
Mark Twain said “it is hard to make predictions, especially about the future,” but it is certainly true in the case of using signs and wonders to tell people we are all doomed.
It may not be the end of the world but we are now in a new sun cycle that could literally push us towards some significant catastrophic situations and now with a sudden interest in asteroid impacts from NASA, we have to look in the skies for great balls of fire.
Meanwhile on Earth, there is a whole lot of shaking going on.
Last night just after 10 pm, a major earthquake struck offshore near the Alaska Peninsula. triggering tsunami warnings for much of the Gulf of Alaska coastline, but no large waves.
The magnitude-8.2 quake hit about 56 miles east-southeast of Perryville, reported the U.S. Geological Survey.
This is the largest earthquake to happen in the Alaska region since 1965.
There were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries.
A major earthquake but nothing significantly damaging — waves were less than a foot.
This tells me that this was an unusual seismic event that was binary to some events that were happening above the planet. These events may still trigger seismic booms and shaking elsewhere as well.
Four days ago, an asteroid the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza made a relatively “close” approach to Earth.
Dubbed 2008 GO20 estimated to being 318 to 720 feet wide was classified as being extremely hazardous and came within 2.8 million miles of the planet.
Hazardous asteroids are usually ones that come withing 4 million miles.
Sounds like they are too far away to cause any problems but as they pass through space they can eject stow always or sweepers that can come even close to the planet causing what is called the Yarkovsky Effect.
They become orbiting objects that eventually descend days or weeks later.
With this in mind, there is still the potential for danger, as gravitational tugs have the potential for changing an object’s path.
And with such a large size and flying at a speed of around 18,000 miles per hour, or 29,000 kilometers per hour, fragments of the asteroid could certainly do some damage if it impacted the planet.The danger of an asteroid impact remains among the worst possible natural disasters that could happen to the planet, as mankind does not have much in the way of combating them.
After the announcement of this large asteroid passing over there were some spectacular fireworks where large fireballs were seen exploding over many areas of the planet from Alaska to Cuba.
A space rock was being tracked traveling over the northern region of the planet and exploded over Norway. This had triggered some seismic activity, however minor and it exploded.
Powerful flashes of light were seen over Norway, followed by what witnesses describe as loud booms last Sunday.
Norwegian police say they received a flurry of emergency calls but there were no reports of injuries or damage.
A team of experts are hunting for the meteorite, which they believe landed in a forest near the capital, Oslo.
Norwegian astronomer Vegard Rekaa has told the BBC his wife was awake at the time. She could hear “shaking in the air and on the gorund” before an explosion she assumed was something heavy falling near the house.
Initial research suggests the space rock may have hit the ground in a wooded area called Finnemarka, about 40 miles west of Oslo.
Analysis of the meteor suggests it could have weighed at least 22lb.
However, before it was seen it shook the earth, exploded and made a bright flash.
Last Sunday, it was also reported that people in Texas were feeling some shaking and then Shortly after 9 pm, reports started lighting up social media about a fireball seen streaking across the Texas sky.
213 accounts of the Texas fireball were reported to the American Meteor Society, officially listing the event as 4002-2021. Four of those reports were from Bremond, Burton, and Madisonville.
People described it as a bright falling orange full moon.
NASA and the American Meteor Society released additional details about the incident stating:
The fireball traveled at a speed of more than 52,000 mph.
The firey streak lasted about 4 seconds.
The fireball occurred at a height of 53 miles above the ground, falling down to about 34.5 miles.
This was likely NOT part of the Perseids Meteor Shower because it was not traveling in the same direction and was going too “slow.”
The “slow” speed suggests it was a small piece of an asteroid.
The fireball was at least as bright as a quarter moon, which translates to something bigger than 6 inches in diameter with a weight of 10 pounds.
It is estimated to have fragmented 27 miles above U.S. 82, east of Avery, Texas.
Believe it or not Texas has been shaken by 4 quakes of magnitude 4.0 or above, 17 quakes between 3.0 and 4.0, and 146 quakes between 2.0 and 3.0. There were also 247 quakes below magnitude 2.0 which people don’t normally feel.
Very active areas in the state — and a fire ball as well — I have observed a pattern that when we hear of a major fireball sighting — there are rumbles and shaking of the planet either after or prior to the event.
On March 6th of last year NASA warned that an asteroid capable of causing a violent airburst in the sky would approach Earth. They did not give the location, however they said that NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) identified the approaching asteroid as 2020 DP4. As indicated in CNEOS, database the asteroid measured about 184 feet wide, which made it about as tall as the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy.
There was a timetable for this asteroid or fragments of it to pass in our atmosphere between March 18th – March 22nd, 2020. While many were saying that the asteroid itself was passing at a safe distance, they did not discount the idea that fragments could pass through a gravitational keyhole causing airbursts and seismic disruptions on the planet.
On March 18th, 2020, on the exact window date of the possible fragment contact, the state of Utah experienced a 5.7 earthquake. The epicenter was located on a virtually unknown fault just north of Magna, Utah. The fault apparently ran underneath the Oquirrh Mountains, scientists had no idea that the fault existed.
The Salt Lake Valley hadn’t had a sizable shake since 1962—and most scientists were waiting for the possible big one happening along the Wasatch fault located in the mountains east of Salt Lake City.
After the quake there were aftershocks—many were felt and eventually there were mild ones. There were nearly 700 reported quakes since the initial moderate one.
The question now if the earthquake in Utah’s intermountain area had anything to do with a possible airburst created by a meteor fragment that went undetected.
According to a story published by KSL news in Salt Lake City, Witnesses reported seeing flashes of light near downtown Salt Lake City before the quake happened. They were also seen in Magna near the quakes epicenter.
There is another example On the evening of Saturday, March 12th, 2005 a UFO was seen in the sky by residents ranging from southern Oregon to Seattle, WA. The time of the sighting was a few minutes before 8:00 PM PST.
At approximately the same time, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake occurred nearby Olympia, WA. Just a few minutes later, a large power outage left thousands of Seattle residents without electricity for approximately an hour and a half. The UFO was later determined to be a fireball. There were also reports of transformer explosions and power poles burning after the incident.
As meteors move through the electric field of the Earth, it is not unreasonable to expect that energetic effects could disturb both tectonic plates and electrical power systems. This also happens when CME’s come from the Sun.
Scientists are now warning us that magnetic fluctuations in the earth will be on the rise this year as the Earth is slowing down and the sun cycle heats up.
This could mean that anything that disrupts the magnetic flow or anything that generates a P or S wave will most definitely trigger more earthquakes this year and they also said to be more severe.
I have spoken many times about how the exploding fireball over Chelyabinsk, Russia is an important moment for me and my career. The reason it is such a huge event for me is that my radio show was the only radio show that reported the event within minutes of it happening.
What is most interesting is just before the event my producer at the time Brian alerted me to an earthquake that happened in the Ural Mountains. It was a major quake in the 7.0 range.
It was in a remote area but within minutes of the Earthquake alert the meteor entered the Russian airspace and exploded.
Asteroids with diameters smaller than, 50–100 m that collide with the Earth usually do not hit the ground as a single body; rather, they detonate in the atmosphere. These small objects can still cause considerable damage, such as occurred near Tunguska, Siberia, in 1908.
Scientists concluded that the event was a probable air burst of a small asteroid or comet. The explosion flattened 770 square miles of forest.
It has been reported that an asteroid bursting apart in midair over a city poses a greater threat to humanity than a long-feared “planet buster” smacking into Earth.
A planet buster or an ELE leaves no witnesses. It would wipe out all of humanity. A simple air burst would create all sorts of damage killing hundreds of thousands of people and species of wildlife.
Two 15- to 20-gram samples of the Chelyabinsk meteorite that NASA obtained from Russia over a few years ago revealed a broad range of information about the meteor’s mineralogy, bulk composition and age, as noted at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston.
These same fragments came off the path of a bigger fireball somewhere around the middle of its trajectory above the earth.
This means it was a fragment that was pushed to earth in a sweeper effect. Sweepers and even bigger space rocks that draw nearer to the planet can create seismic booms or thuds, These seismic disturbances can trigger 100,000 amperes under ground which can result in a magnitude 6 earthquake and a million amperes for a magnitude 7. It’s like a bolt of lightning firing through the ground.
These electrical pulses can be triggered by solar flares as the magnetic field changes and the core pushes upward inside the planet.
In 2018, there was a huge explosion over Detroit.
Again, it was a massive fireball that exploded above the Earth. It was reported that there was indeed a magnetic spike that was picked up by weather satellites over the area.
Many were speculating online that what was seen was an electromagnetic pulse from either the HAARP array — or aliens were even figure into the mix which is usually for online armchair scientists.
But it is not unheard of to hear of magnetic spiked happening during high solar activity or even fireball activity over an area. These magnetic spikes do not necessarily have to be in the vicinity of a possible bolide sighting — effects from space activity from the Sun, moon, and asteroids have an effect on the Earth.
Recently there have been concerns about a moon wobble that has been detected and whether or not it will trigger earthquakes and flooding over the next decade.
Moon wobbles have been recorded ever since the 18th century, but this time within the next 10 to 15 years we could actually see catastrophic effects from it.
One of the things about the moon is that it has a very elongated orbit and it’s off-centered, so every 18.6 years, it does this unique wobbling going around the Earth.
The result is increased seismic activity, and high tides.
With oceans water levels forecasted to rise just two inches, it could mean the difference between a severe flood and a catastrophic flood.
According to researchers at NASA, almost all U.S. Mainland coastlines, Hawaii, and Guam will see a leap in flood numbers.
The influence of space weather on the planet is a very interesting subject and it illustrates how magnetic imbalances can lead to a crustal anomaly where earthquakes and volcanic eruptions can be triggered by these disturbances.
In the book, “The Earth’s Shifting Crust” co-authored by Charles Hapgood we read about the polar shift theories where the indicators of a magnetic shift are easy to detect.
Much of the plot for the disaster movie, “2012” was based on Hapgood’s theories.
He would correspond with Albert Eisenstein about his theories and while both acknowledged that magnetic pole shift would take some time. There are certain things which could happen and rush the process, creating pole shifts and tectonic displacement.
An electric event is certainly responsible for the South Atlantic anomaly — we are seeing the electrical field weaken over the area and major crust displacement that is swallowing up fames in Africa and quite possibly we are seeing a collapsing magnetic Vortex over the Gulf of Aden.
Large “telluric currents” have been found circulating through Earth’s crust because our magnetic field induces current flow in conductive strata. Thousands of amperes flow beneath the surface, varying according to conductivity.
earthquakes can produce flashes of light and other luminous events, as well. Massive bolts of lightning are also seen coming from the craters of volcanoes. Some of the bolts are so massive they travel up the column of ash and smoke.
It is not surprising that glow discharges occur before and after earthquakes: compressing quartz crystals creates a flow of electric current.
Quartz crystal reacts to stress by producing electricity, but when electric charge flows through quartz it vibrates with a frequency coincident with the watts of power supplied to it.
Since magma can be considered a form of liquid plasma, it can also conduct electricity.
According to the Journal of Geophysical Research time and space electromagnetic disturbances of relatively high amplitudes (several tens of nanotesla for the magnetic field and several hundreds of millivolts for the electrical potential) have been clearly evidenced in a substantial number of field studies and correlated with metor activity and space weather such as solar flares.
When an earthquake looms, scientists theorize, activity below ground goes through a “strange change,” producing intense electrical currents. Electrical currents that may produce a hum or an anomalous electrical spike as the waves pass through the earth and then trigger an area of shaking.
Any anomalous activity from space can also trigger a disturbance in the magnetic field.
Some scientists say however that the effect is negligible while others are thinking that seismic activity is affected.
NASA says that we shouldn’t be worried about any big asteroid hitting the planet — but it is is the little ones that have done the most damage –and they are the one’s that are hard to detect.
However, there are some big fish that have hit the earth and NASA has neglected to report these objects because they don’t want to cause panic.
NASA neglected to report that a giant fireball hit at 2350 GMT on December 18th, 2018 over the Bering Sea, a part of the Pacific Ocean between Russia and Alaska.
No one detected a flash but the waves were reported by an infrasound detector. The meteor was 10 meters in diameter, had a mass of 1400 tonnes and impacted with the energy of 173 kilotons of TNT.
The explosion was detected by infrasound stations around the world, which pick up low-frequency acoustic waves inaudible to humans. These stations were initially set up during the cold war to detect nuclear explosions.
A similar event happened in 2016.
On February 6, 2016, a chunk of what has been called Unknown Interplanetary Material, plunged into Earth’s atmosphere and exploded about 19 miles above the Atlantic Ocean. The explosion was detected 600 miles outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was moving at over 9.6 miles per second. It had a diameter of 23 feet and the energy released was equivalent to the detonation of 13,000 tons of TNT.
Once again, it was detected by its sound — it was not seen.
Many of these infrasound explosions are connected to many of the so-called “booms” that have been felt around the world. These booms can trigger major earthquakes, triggering virtually unknown or dormant fault lines.
Even though we are being assured that the planet is in no danger there are certainly some coincidental events that have you wondering if NASA is hiding something.
Earlier this month, there was an article that appeared in the Boston Globe that reported that NASA and a cadre of the world’s leading engineers and space scientists are at work on a plan to avoid the destruction of Earth by an errant asteroid like the one 65 million years ago that wiped out the dinosaurs.
While NASA tells us the threat of an extinction level event is slim — the are certainly deciding to move forward with a project that will change the trajectory of a known asteroid.
NASA announced that they are about to test their Double Asteroid Redirection or DART in order to change the trajectory of an asteroid that they claim poses no threat to the planet.
Sometime between Thanksgiving week (perhaps as soon as the evening of Nov. 23) and February 2022, the team behind DART will launch it from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The spacecraft will, if all goes according to plan, travel 6.8 million miles to reach and collide with Dimorphos.
Is NASA testing out technology that they plan to use on another giant space rock at a later date? Some have suggested that an asteroid known as Apophis could hit us on April 13th, 2029.
But before then, we cannot rule out that smaller asteroids could be detected, and that our magnetic health on the planet would not be affected.
Who knows what is out there –NASA has an idea but I am sure that if something is out there we will not get a straight answer.