“TOO PERFECT TO BE NATURAL”: THOSE STRANGE SEISMIC WAVES

My inbox has been veritably flooded with so many different versions of this story, I don't know where to begin, other than to say thank you to all of you who drew it to my attention. The story has now rippled around the word from its point of origin - Madagascar - to the antipodes and back again more times than the seismic waves themselves. But this story is truly strange, and since we're into "strange stuff" on this website, as one might imagine, I have some of our trademark "high octane speculation" to offer, but first, here's one version of the story:

Strange seismic event detected in Wellington 'too perfect' to be natural

Now, ponder, for a moment, the utter strangeness of these paragraphs:

On November 11 at about 10:30pm (NZ time), a seismic event was detected in Wellington, Kenya, Spain, Chile, Canada and even Hawaii - on the direct opposite side of the world from where it began, just off the coast of Madagascar near the French island of Mayotte.

The problem is, there was no earthquake to trigger it. And though it was strong enough to be felt by seismometers around the world, no one felt a thing - and it likely would have gone unreported if it weren't for Wellington-based Twitter user @matarikipax.

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One of the leading theories at this stage is the eruption of an undiscovered undersea volcano. The problem is, scientists believe the last time any volcano in the region erupted was more than 4000 years ago, and no evidence on the surface - such as pumice - has been seen, like what happened following a huge undersea eruption off the coast of New Zealand in 2012.

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Not only was there no quake, the signal lasted for 20 minutes and was dominated by a single incredibly low frequency that repeated every 17 seconds. Quakes normally have a range of different waves of different frequencies.

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A closer analysis of the wave data also revealed almost-undetectable high frequencies "pings" often heard when magma fractures rock on its way up - but there's a problem.

"They're too nice; they're too perfect to be [natural]," University of Glasgow volcanology PhD candidate Helen Robinson told National Geographic. "What baffles me is how evenly spaced out they were. I have no idea how to explain that."

The article continues by observing that the French are going with the volcano theory, and that they plan to survey the ocean floor in the region to see if there are any clues that the event might have been volcanic in nature. That, probably, is the most likely natural explanation.

But assuming it's not, and that geologist Helen Robinson's statement that the waves are "too perfect to be natural" is true, then one can imagine that this one has the geologists and geophysicists very worried, and quietly talking among themselves about it, and probably having a few "quiet meetings" with "higher ups" in their respective countries. I'm reminded of the movie Core in this respect. We'll get back to that in a moment too.

It's the anomalous nature of this event that has geologists puzzled, for it has (1) cyclic regularity, that is to say, frequency; (2) the seismic waves themselves are, in one geologist's words, "too perfect to be natural";  (3) there was no apparent volcanic or earthquake event to trigger the waves; (4) the event was not accompanied by other frequencies like normal earthquakes are, and (5) it was massive, causing the entire planet to "ring like a bell", yet, no one felt it. That's the claim, anyway, but I can't help but think the recent earthquakes in Anchorage and, for that matter, the weak one south of Buenos Aires might have been some sort of "after shocks" to the event. To add to the mystery, as of this writing, when I clicked on the image of the event in the article captured on someone's Twitter, it took me to a US Geological Survey site in Kenya, and the message appeared in very large, bold letters: Data Not Available.

Needless to say all this not only has my Suspicion Meter in the red zone, but my High Octane Speculation working in overdrive. I can't help but think of those stories of Nicola Tesla, stating that he could crack the planet in half given the right resonance, or those stories of him building an "earthquake machine" which according to some reports he actually tested in New York City, causing severe tremors until the police arrived to shut his experiment down. There are even books on the unusual device and patent he took out for his machine; I know, I have a copy. So, High Octane Speculation number one: was "someone" experimenting with a larger version of Tesla's device? It would seem unlikely, since the "event" started somewhere beneath the Indian Ocean floor near Madagascar, unless of course we're dealing with some advanced version of Mac Tonnes' "crypto-terrestrials"! Another unlikelihood.

Which brings me to the previously mentioned movie Core, starring Aaron Eckhart and Stanley Tucci. The movie is one of those "head scratchers" and "belly upsetters". It begins with birds going berserk(shades of Hitchcock's famous movie) in London's Trafalgar Square , and then dropping utterly dead, along with people all over the world who had pacemakers.The anomalous event also causes the directional guidance systems on an orbiting US space shuttle to go haywire, and the shuttle crew has to land it in the emergency drainage canals of the Los Angeles River. Scientists (played by Eckhart and Tucci) are quickly called in to the Pentagon, where their best guess is that the event was an anomalous magnetic event, caused by the Earth's internal dynamo in the core slowing down its rotation. As the rotation slows, the magnetic field weakens, and the Earth will be subsequently cooked by the solar radiation streaming from the Sun as well as experiencing a variety of nasty "seismic events". In a Jules Verne-like twist, the scientists journey to the center of the Earth with several hydrogen bombs in tow, which they detonate in the molten core to "restart the rotation," and voila, the planet is saved.

But as the movie unfolds, there is a "sub-plot" which gradually is exposed. The DMGS (Director of Mad Government Scientists, played by Stanley Tucci) has clearly been "up to something", namely, building a gigantic machine - a weapon - that uses magnetic resonance effects for its "kick." And just for real kicks and giggles, this "giant machine" just happens to have been built in Alaska, to add that extra "ionospheric heater/HAARP" angle to the plot. In using the machine, the CMGS (Committee of Mad Government Scientists) have inadvertently created resonance effects in the Earth's complex eco-magnetic system, and created the slowing rotation themselves.

All of which has me wondering if we might be looking at such an event here. I've been arguing/speculating for a number of years, both in blogs on this site and in various interviews, if the large magnetic fields generated by CERN's large hadron collider, and the ionospheric heaters like HAARP and EISCAT, might be inducing (hopefully) unanticipated magnetic resonance effects in the planet (I say hopefully "unanticipated" resonance effects, because the alternative is just too "head scratching" and "belly upsetting" to contemplate). There is indeed a body of literature circulating in the alternative research field that suggests ionospheric heaters could be used to induce earthquakes (such literature coming, incidentally, largely out of Brazil), through such manipulations of the magnetosphere, so by parity of reasoning, one might expect the same effects from the collider, induced in the Earth itself. I don't know what to make of that earthquake-ionospheric heater literature, except to say that I find it to be somewhat farfetched. But interestingly enough, we've recently been given the news that CERN is shutting down its collider for a couple of years for "updates": The Large Hadron Collider is shutting down for 2 years. 

The "update" is making the collider capable of even higher energies.

Of course, this is all high octane speculation. It's possible this is "just an anomaly" and that the French are correct that it is some sort of weird volcanism going on off the coast of Madagascar. But there's that one percent of me that thinks - or rather, intuits - that this strange event might just be related to my "resonance" hypothesis about CERN's collider, and by implication, the powerful ionospheric heaters.

See you on the flip side...

 

 

 

 

36 thoughts on ““TOO PERFECT TO BE NATURAL”: THOSE STRANGE SEISMIC WAVES”

  1. Hi folks,
    There is an additional snag with this story that only a sliver band of humanity would know about; Michael Janitch (aka DutchSinse) has been reporting on movement at Mayotte Island going back to June of this year! The MSM tried to rip him a new one but he stuck to his research guns and now, seemingly, he has been vindicated. He was working on a volcanic eruption angle and openly acknowledged 1000’s of years since last eruption, etc.
    The problem for me here is that Michael is savvy enough to pick up on weird frequencies, unnatural rhythms, etc. He is well versed in HAARP and NEXRAD technology. He watches out for the anomalous microwave signals.
    But he never said anything of the kind in reference to Mayotte Island. Just thought that a generic eruption could be brewing.
    So why did the American MSM take such an interest in his work on this, halfway around the world? Most MSM kool-aid drinkers don’t even know what’s around the next block let alone off the far coast of Africa…
    I think we know why now….
    and I have to say that it’s been really interesting watching the alternative media report on this story. The sweeping majority of the alt media doesn’t seem to have figured out yet that Dutch was already on this for 6 months and taking a beating for it in the MSM. This a compelling situation IMHO.
    The flip side is that when the MSM floated the original story they basically framed it in the end as a ‘likely’ volcanic-related event and even noted that the French all of the sudden want to scour the sea floor for new magma activity. DutchSinse read those words and posted a “vindication” story on his FB account. I have yet to hear his opinion on the unusual frequency bits.

    1. 8thdegreeofj: “The problem for me here is that Michael Janitch (aka DutchSinse) is savvy enough to pick up on weird frequencies, unnatural rhythms, etc. He is well versed in HAARP and NEXRAD technology. He watches out for the anomalous microwave signals. But he never said anything of the kind in reference to Mayotte Island. Just thought that a generic eruption could be brewing.”

      In line with that, we could be looking at the deep state trying to alienate the mainstream public from ‘sane’ conspiracy researchers. The more that fringe declarations are broadcast through various alt-media sites, the more that awakening, well-reasoned people will walk away. I believe that several issues have been targeted for this kind of treatment through unknowing or ‘compromised’ alt-media sites. Flat Earth is ultra-pushed. DEW has recently been getting the same ultra-push. Etc. Reeks of topside-down ‘orders’…

      Also, one of the known psy-ops is to bury a real phenomenon under loads of plausible but misleading theories. Think of MH370. We could be looking at that here…

      1. kinda wondering why dutch got good coverage here.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j87tPtAWB98

        and then nowhere else. one might think that this kinda coverage would turn him into a wonderboy.

        and yeh it’s much easier to obscure the truth by burying it in so many other narratives it becomes impossible to catalog them all let alone keep them in mind to prioritize the most to least likely. how many versions of 911 were there last count?

  2. . . . No theories from this commenter, one is still pondering the theories Michael Jaye put together in his book, “The Worldwide Flood: Uncovering and Correcting the Most Profound Error in the History of Science,” but one can think of one, maybe two, relatable flash-points to add to your “high octane speculations.”. . Recall an instance where there were waves generated on the Moon – evenly spaced seismic waves – such that they were said to have made the Moon ring-like-a-bell from that impacted space craft deliberately set to collide with its surface. . . A pulsed singular wave front from an unknown source capable of conforming and impacting a large surface area simultaneously might do the trick. . . Who, what, where, why, and how, are just a few questions needing answers to that regular pattern that is not usually part of natural processes of seismic sources on the planet. . . One wonders if there are any correlations to those resonating Moon waves said to have occurred when the colliding space craft set them in motion. . . No doubt there is more to be learned and studied as well as observed through intentional omissions by unscrupulous academicians purportedly in the field of study. . .

    . . . There’s a few areas of that Australian / New Zealand area that come to mind. . . One will stick with observable formations above and below sea level and leave out things pertaining to a gap of pines and things electronic further west of New Zealand. . . There’s still some resistance where certain formations came from or were built by on the Island of Java, further west. . . Uluru towards the center of Australia, sometimes called Ayer’s Rock, is one such formation of unusual construction; Tonga Trench, its outlines and its extended subsurface area; and what seems to be a continent, sometimes called Zealandia, alongside and beneath the Australian continent of today. . . The eastern part of Australia seems to be atop a submerged formation, possibly formed when Uluru first came into being. . . One wonders about its unusual formation and now that seismic wave generation nearly from the same ancient area. . . For now, it seems the task is to gather data, utilize new techniques and data collection methods, and compare it to what has been learned over the decades, not leaving out the unusual even if it trends toward the others from elsewhere many folks refuse to speak about, or don’t know firsthand to be descriptive and intelligible about talking about in the first place while using a familiar yet limiting lexicon of terms. . .

    . . . There’s a certain eeriness even familiarity about the use of resonance generation from afar. . . Rotational and orbital timing might be important from a celestial frame of reference. . . The permutations to factor into the many masses of the Sol system to manipulate this malleable spheroid one inhabits seem obviously astronomical if not lightyears beyond current human knowledge. . .

    1. Richard, thanks for the heads-up on Michael Jaye. I hadn’t heard of him. I found this article by him:
      https://grahamhancock.com/jayem2/
      Jaye postulates a (ice) comet hit into the ocean between South Africa and Antarctica. The comet carried enough water to raise the ocean-level by around two miles. (Wow!) I did a back-of-the-envelope calculation to derive how big an impactor would be needed to fill the oceans two miles higher.* It calculated-out to be roughly 800 miles in diameter! That would be a huge hit, if it was a single body. For reference, Ceres (the largest main-belt asteroid) has a diameter of approximately 587 miles (945 km).

      On the other hand, The Shining Ones: An Account of the Development of Early Civilizations… by Christian O’Brien has a reference to finding forests of trees two miles down in the ocean depths on the large ‘plateau’ underlying the Azores island group. I blew it off at the time, as there was no known mechanism to drop a large land mass by two miles. (O’Brien thinks the area subsided into the ocean due to volcanic effects, not that the oceans rose substantially.) See below URL for a reasoned theory that it might have been a volcanic subsidence:
      https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Atlantis/Location_Hypotheses

      * Two miles of water deposited. So, calculate the volumes of spheres 4002 mi and 4000 mi in radius (Earth) and subtract those volumes. This ‘delta’ is the cubic miles of water needed to cover the whole Earth two miles deeper. As the ocean only covers around 2/3 of the Earth’s surface, reduce the volume to 2/3 of that value. Then, convert that last volume back to a sphere. The radius of that sphere is 400 mi – for a body to ‘melt’ and fill the oceans roughly two miles deeper.

      1. . . . Indeed, that is the book. . . Michael Jaye references his theorized impact site as being east-southeast of Africa / Madagascar in the Indian Ocean nearing the current Tropic of Capricorn. . . Possible, I suppose. . . When one looks at the topography of the Indian Ocean Basin, there looks to be an awkward fracturing near the area of impact. . . Such an impact might also be the causality of Charles Hapgood’s suggestive hypothesis that there once was a massive pole-shift of the planet – an abrupt crustal shifting. . . Possible, too, I suppose. . .

        . . . So, I thought that there might be other signs of surface shifting for his crustal shifting as if loose plates were on mud and there seems to be, but one is not sure about the dating of or what the rocks say about weathering-erosion or time frames and much of the earthen areas are under water. . . There seems to be two, maybe three, areas that look like there was sudden movement (geologically) on a massive scale, possibly from an angled impactor, like someone took a spatula and moved the malleable earthen crust – the area of the West Indies / Antilles / Puerto Rico in the Caribbean region and the Drake Passage / Antarctic Peninsula / Sandwich Islands in the Southern Ocean region off of Antarctica, north of the Weddall Sea. . .

        . . . The formation of the two island chains seem to arc toward the same direction at nearly the same longitudes, as if they suddenly happened at the same time or two very large fingers indented the area – like a baseball pitcher would grab a baseball for pitching and the pitchers thumb placed onto the Hawaiian Island chain hot spot . . . Even the hot-spot under the Hawaiian Island chain seems to have been diverted in the same direction – eastward from what looks like a northerly direction. . . If the whole planet shifted there might have been a different orientation of rotating semi-solid crust and molten core, but that presumes a lot of current day findings, which aren’t much, imposed on an ancient orientation not witnessed. . .

        . . . A bit much, I suppose, but that wasn’t what focused my attention in the book. . . It was the DNA similarities of indigenous South Americans and Australians of the Northern Territories and Indonesian Islands group. . . Graham Hancock often said that the stone heads of La Venta, Mexico, had the distinctive features of indigenous Africans from the African Continent – One always thought they had features more akin to the tribal folks of Northern Territory / Queensland. . . The tattoos of the Maori and characteristic features of some the New Zealand islanders do seem to share something of a South American / Meso American resemblance, perhaps, a sharing that was shifted or partitioned during an ancient more different time and land configuration. . . One occasionally ponders the notion that the others off world might have done some damage control where terraforming is concerned. . . One suspects that such power exists, but one is at a loss as to how to account for many of the variables that seem to be needed to terraform within the Sol system formation, how the theoretical Barycenter motion affects system masses and orbits that are within a galactic formation and within. . . . . . Well. . . . . . There’s a lot of variables to consider, at any rate, as there’s a great deal of terrestrial / celestial motion to consider. . . . . . It makes my head hurt where one then defers to the skilled mathematicians to find the right numbers and symbols toward understanding the presumptive analogy that might lurk in a simplified equation should it exist in the lexicon of numbers, symbols, and letters. . . Makes one wonder if there’s a carving in stone somewhere that’s been misinterpreted. . . After all there’s been some heavy lifting in the past that hasn’t satisfactorially explained although noisy attempts have been made. . .

        1. (Richard, just saw your comment. I suppose you were modded. My last comment, too. I figured out why: The ‘c0ck’ in author Graham Hanc0ck. Stupid, but I guess it makes them feel safer…)

          Yes, I have noticed that there are several areas of the Earth that look like ‘pivots’ took place. The point long-ago at which the hotspot (mantle plume) currently under Hawaii suddenly pivoted from a southern movement to an eastward movement suggests something dramatic took place on the crust (hotspot remaining stationary to the planet) – whether a crustal slip or the entire Pacific Plate changing direction.

          “…the area of the Drake Passage / Antarctic Peninsula / Sandwich Islands in the Southern Ocean region off of Antarctica, north of the Weddall Sea.” Yes, that is one intriguing almost-curlicue movement. Again, a crustal slip or the jostling Plates changing direction?

          “…the area of the West Indies / Antilles / Puerto Rico in the Caribbean region.” Haven’t looked at that one; will have to check it out. Thanks.

          Do you recommend Michael Jaye’s book to buy?

          1. . . . Would have missed this had I not checked. . . Regarding the Michael Jaye’s book, one has the “Kindle” version and know it to be a useful reference tool in how he formulates his measurements – Some of them seem quite extraordinary. . . Since one is not squeamish about thinking outside the stodgy box of limited academia it is very useful. . . One stays as far from those tar-pits of paradigm, as I call them, as one can. . . There are quite a few variables that he accounts for that seem quite reasonable as well as a must-do if such an impactor occurred and / or might occur. . . This malleable spheroid humankind calls home-planet is very much in motion under one’s feet as well as with its earthen, water, and air masses, too, as it is a celestial body in motion within other celestial motions. . .

            . . . The portions about what land parcel human habitation, through DNA sampling, he identifies can also be augmented through what Joseph Farrell brings into the mix through his book “Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men” – 2011. . . Michael Jaye’s book is more recent – 2017 – as are the disclosed DNA findings. . .

            . . . One should not leave out Michael Cremo, Richard Thompson, Graham Hancock, . . . Well, . . . there are quite a few to keep track of since each has parts to the greater whole when piecing together, to barrow a metaphor, the greater picture of an ancient past. . . One observation Michael Jaye mentions are those ancient river bed carvings well beneath current ocean levels along many continental coastlines. . . In one’s humble opinion, they seem to have a similar, if not suggestive, appearance of those undulating carvings, caused by flowing precipitation (lots of it), on the enclosure walls of the Great Sphinx that JA West and R Schoch brought to light about the Sphinx a while back. . .

            . . . Scholarly ladies and gentlemen have a lot of stuff that, for some unusual causality, didn’t make it into the appropriate classroom text manuals as required reading. . . They sure weren’t there back when one was looking for these other references. . . Learning about a lot of this painstaking field work already accomplished one felt like how Professor Barnhart felt when he was a high-schooler and discovered that there was a South America he never knew about before that eureka-day of his. . . He found out about there being a South America through one of those Indiana Jones movies where it began with a subtitle, “South America, 19**.” He decided to embark on his own exploration of South America and “hike the Andes” after becoming a Mayan scholar. . . One has an appreciation for the amount of work, time, field exploration, cost in references, and just plain acquiring needed observations toward hypothesis formation. . . Oh, the short answer to your question would be yes as well as the other authors mentioned, if not already. . .

      2. don’t comet’s have jets when exchanging charge with the sun? and aren’t some of the jetted materials (if not alot) new water? water produced by the plasma hitting the comet? and producing huge amounts of water? and wouldn’t a comet inbound for earth exchange charge with the earth enroute?

        is the electric universe theory that lightening produces water, not the other way around?

      1. . . . Might have got stuck in the network crack. . . My reply to yours is still pending moderation. . .

        . . . At any rate, what focused my attention in the book was the DNA similarities of indigenous South Americans and Australians of the Northern Territories and Indonesian Islands group. . . Graham Hancock often said that the stone heads of La Venta, Mexico, had the distinctive features of indigenous Africans from the African Continent – One always thought they had features more akin to the tribal folks of Northern Territory / Queensland. . . The tattoos of the Maori and characteristic features of some the New Zealand islanders do seem to share something of a South American / Meso American resemblance, perhaps, a sharing that was shifted or partitioned during an ancient more different time and land configuration. . . One occasionally ponders the notion that the others off world might have done some damage control where terraforming is concerned. . . One suspects that such power exists, but one is at a loss as to how to account for many of the variables that seem to be needed to terraform within the Sol system formation, how the theoretical Barycenter motion of system masses and orbits that are within a galactic formation and within. . . . . . Well. . . . . . There’s a lot of variables to consider, at any rate, as there’s a great deal of terrestrial / celestial motion to consider. . . . . . It makes my head hurt where one then defers to the skilled mathematicians to find the right numbers and symbols toward understanding the presumptive analogy that might lurk in a simplified equation should it exist in the lexicon of numbers, symbols, and letters. . . Makes one wonder if there’s a carving in stone somewhere that’s been misinterpreted. . .

        1. (Richard, just saw your latest comment. I suppose you were modded both times. My last comment, too. I figured out why: The ‘c0ck’ in author Graham Hanc0ck..)

          Yes, there are many areas where ‘conventional wisdom’ does not explain the ground-truth. One of my areas of reflection is to figure out Why. Charles Fort once wrote, “The Earth is a farm. We are someone else’s property.” Does our ‘farmer’ want us to remain ignorant and near-sighted?Why?

  3. Reminds me of the “seismic anomaly” that was actually the sound coming from the Russian sub in The Hunt For Red October. Too perfect to be naturally occurring…

    1. . . Red October? . . There once was a US Navy project, decades ago, launched to communicate with the oceangoing submarine fleet using extremely-low-frequency (ELF) radio emissions that, (get this), was located near Clam Lake, Wisconsin, called Project Sanguine. . . One doesn’t need much of a geography lesson to note that the State of Wisconsin may as well be landlocked given its distance from the two closest oceans. . . Yet, when very-long wave patterns are needed that might be the better location for those wave length generations. . .

      Just add { https:// } inside the brackets to the front of the following link expression for connection. . .

      ss.sites.mtu.edu/mhugl/2015/10/11/clam-lake-wi-elf-transmitter/

      Paragraph from the named article above:

      [[[ “Project Sanguine”

      “Project Sanguine called for a dispersed set of ELF radio transmission antenna lines totaling 6,000 miles of cable and transmitters that would be buried over 2,500 square miles at a transmission site in Northern WI. (Klessig 19). The lines would be run to a transmitter and grounded at each end resulting in an electric current running through the ground radiating the ELF signal. A similar estimate was conducted for an area in Upper Michigan due to low conductivity of the ground in the region. This would allow the system to survive a direct attack and still be able to transmit message (Klessig 5, 7, 19).”

      “Project Sanguine was designed to be able to survive a nuclear attack as well enemy jamming in order to be able to send out a retaliatory attack message.” ]]]

  4. In reference to the Q reference:

    Q predicted for some time that a “big event” would happen on 11/11. When nothing apparently happened in the political sphere, a regular Q Troll lashed out. Q’s response (Q2527) was to note that the waves were 17 seconds apart (Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet).

    The Q Drop references the infamous July series of Snow White posts where Q takes credit for shutting down a number of satellites and servers being used by the Deep State to communicate.

    Within the Qniverse, the inference here is that the Deep State shifted to “something” (maybe CERN) to initiate emergency back-up comms using Ultra-Low Frequency waves transmitted in the Earth itself.

    According to the Anon narrative, Q signaled its take-over of even THAT channel by broadcasting a unique signature at a single frequency where the peaks were exactly 17 seconds apart on 11/11.

    Take this for what it’s worth, but it’s at least as plausible as any other theory at this point.

    1. Thanks for this explanation. It makes the most sense to me at this time… any idea how CERN could be used for communication?

  5. http://82.221.129.208/.xw5.html
    “A few days ago, a mystery oscillation hit the entire globe. Now see THIS* today. It seems odd that such an enormous disturbance is occurring simultaneously all over the globe, again. Someone is probably testing a new tech.

    All sensors in all regions of the globe are doing this. People cannot feel it, likely because the oscillations are happening too slowly to perceive; but equipment can pick it up. The oscillations are enormous and are happening everywhere now.

    This is totally unprecedented; the entire earth is ‘breathing’ or whatever you want to call it. If you hit this after it all stops (and the charts are therefore flat ), there are plenty of screen captures I’ll post later. What is happening today is far more serious than the event that happened a few days ago; this one is far far more powerful.”

    * https://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitoring/operations/heliplot.php

    (And WD, congratulations on your “Planetary tomography looking for large voids with a series of pings?”)

  6. Maybe our overlords know their days of murder are numbered and they are planning to go out with a great big bang. Are they doing a murder-suicide think a new asteroid belt in the solar system where the Earth use to be I put nothing beyond these maniacs!

    1. lol. I’m not eve sure that that scenario (let’s call it Rocky II ) has been done in SF yet.

      alternative, the earth is a giant meatball.
      all aliens are meat eaters
      the earth is being tenderised prior to consumption.
      the moon is made of cheese.
      the recipe is for veal schnitzel with a dry martini, on the rocks. stirred and shaken.

  7. The geologists are saying the waveforms are “too perfect” to be natural, and that points me in the direction of interior blasting, heating, melting (who knows the tech used) to create more “DUMBS” (Deep Underground Military Bases). Allegedly thousands of these bases/rooms/hideouts exists worldwide. Who knows whether this activity has produced waves such as this in the past but were never detected?
    And development of such things may not be limited to we Humans.

  8. FWIW, QAnon referenced this event on Dec 2.

    Think WAVES.
    WW?
    Define ‘unified’
    [17]
    SAT knockout forced new CLAS tech [online] by who?
    [Controlled] moment activated? [17]
    Do you believe in coincidences?
    Do you believe your efforts here persuade people to stop the pursuit of TRUTH, [CA_J]?
    There is a place for everyone.
    Q

  9. Many scientist list volcanos as a prime suspect in Earth’s mass extinctions.
    There’s 99% of me that thinks the extremely less than 1% elites are playing w/CERN fire.
    Is magnetism at the core of this perfect anomaly?
    Are those in charge of our insane asylum leadership worried about alien extraterrestrials are coming back? Common sense tells us the Insane Asylum leadership are the ones everyone should be extremely concerned about. If the asylum continues, there may be no one here for “our” cousins to play with on their SORIED return.

  10. Event occurred ll/30, last spin up at LHC was 12/3, approximately 72 hours apart. Close enough to possibly be related to some pretest conditions. You would have to know if/how many of the Ionospheric heaters were operating at high power levels in order to determine if any ultra low frequency beat frequencies would have been generated by the combined magnetic fields. This might indicate a scalar component to the event implicating a test of some sort in regard to Earth resonances. What the purpose of such a test would be or who might be conducting it is unknown. Also unknown is whether or not there was a coincidental event related to Solar activity at the same time resulting in a coupling event which could be interpreted as a demonstration of Type 1 or 2 civilization status to “anyone” observing the phenomenon.
    Planetary tomography looking for large voids with a series of pings?

  11. Compare this map of the area around Mayotte Island (site of the strange seismic occurrence):
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2018/11/strange-seismic-event-detected-in-wellington-too-perfect-to-be-natural/_jcr_content/par/image.dynimg.1200.q75.jpg/v1543528863024/google+maps+mayotte+island.jpg

    with this map of the Hotspots, Plateaus, and Flood Basalts of the World:
    https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Atlantis/Location_Hypotheses#/media/File:Traveling_mantle_plumes.png

    There is an unnamed, underwater Hotspot (mantle plume) tracking NE to SW across that region. It is currently located close to Mayotte Island. Probably not a coincidence. (An above-ground equivalent to this situation is in the Snake River series of eruptions tracking eastward up to where that Hotspot currently is: under Yellowstone – see hotspot map.)

    An ‘event’ due to a mantle plume is very different than an eruption due to tectonic plate shifts. It could involve magma movement at any depth or intensity. On dry land with no water-weight pressing down on it, a mantle plume produced the huge Yellowstone eruptions. In deep water with large water-weight pressing down on it, a mantle plume might act quite different. Movement within this plume might account for the observed seismic waves…

    (And no, we would have no idea whether this was a one-time ‘strain relief’ or a prelude to an underwater Yellowstone. Note that this Hotspot has traveled SW to an area right in the middle of where tectonic forces have split-off Madagascar from mainland Africa, long ago. Who knows how crumpled-up the crust is, under those areas…)

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