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Oh No Bohol?

November 6, 2013

11-6-13 PhillipinesI thought I would post another update on the second low pressure disturbance that is approaching the Philippines. I can’t say for sure it will cross near the same spot over the earthquakes and sinkhole cluster near Bohol, as did the last tropical depression, but I thought I would watch.  It has been approx.3 weeks since the initial earthquakes and sinkholes in the area, which is a relatively short time frame.

If you really sit back and think about that disturbance, it has enough daily condensing power to power the Earth. Air and water vapor alone cannot do that by itself.  They need those strings of entangled vacuum energy to pull that off and to ionize the heck out of the surroundings in the process . I pray for those people in the Philippines, it is best to leave a wide birth between you and those oscillating strings within the eyewall.

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This 14-foot (4.3-meter) oarfish washed up on a beach near Oceanside, California, on October 18, 2013. Rarely seen at the surface, the deep-sea fish is the second to hit California’s coast in less than a week.

The last thing I want to mention is that around the same time of the original Earthquake in the Philippines, a couple of oar fish were found washed ashore off the coast of California.   In my model, those strings of vacuum energy may have entered the Earth in the area of the Philippines, triggering the sinkholes and Earthquakes.  The strings would form telluric currents through the Earth and may have popped back out through the ocean near the coast of California.  Obviously some of those strings have now become entangled with each other and as they coalesce and decay they trigger a phenomenon we call a typhoon or hurricane.

So the Japanese are right, Oarfish can provide a warning that an earthquake is happening somewhere and that excess dark/vacuum energy may be just around the corner.

Lots of energy in those strings guys. That is all for now. I am tired and I miss my dog.


From → Biology, Geophysics

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