How many buildings destroyed, how many people killed? This was 27th July, too early for the Mars effect but you might get some mileage out of it for the lunar eclipse.
PS. In terms of gravitation, there’s nothing special about a lunar eclipse.
As I predicted on Thursday night’s “Ground Control” with Keith Roberts …_> Mars’ Approach and The Lunar Eclipse are unleashing tectonic forces across and beneath the Earth
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The Mars Effect:
How Mars’ Close Passage Exerts Geo-Magneto-Electric Effects Inducing Electrical Forces in the Earth’s Core
By Robert D. Morningstar
The Moon’s “gravity situation” (as JC refers to it in prologue) is no different, except when aligning with or against the Sun’s gravitational forces, as they are exerted on the Earth’s core and the mantle during eclipses or close passages of Mars, as described below.
During an eclipse, whether solar or lunar, there will be a summation of G Forces when in concert (i.e. in the same direction during solar eclipse), or as opposing G Forces during lunar eclipses).
During a lunar eclipse with Sun and Moon opposed with Earth between them. With the Sun pulling on one side of he Earth, and the Moon tugging on the other, the G Forces are in opposition and, treating them as simple vectors, their forces would subtract (with the Sun’s G Forces visualized as + positive vector, and the Moon’s G Forces visualized as – negative vectors).
As shown in this simple diagram, with Sun (O+), Earth (-E-), Moon (+M-):
O+ <–< -(E)- >–> M-
O+ <- – + <–<M-<–< -(E)-
/ || \
O+<–< -(E)- >–> M-
Martian G Banding
An Electrifying Process From Earth’s Core to the Sky
The result of this discharge was a 6 hour storm over continental Europe that issued 500,000 lightning strikes across the heart of Europe, with a similar electrical storm occurring almost simultaneously over the United States. The G Bands.
- Cloud-to-cloud lightning
- Cloud-to-ground or “Sky-to-Ground” lightning
- Ground-to-Sky lightning
The greatest proportion of lighting strikes are those in the 3rd class, Ground-to-Sky, and so logically conclude that many mysterious forest fires, ascribed to arson, may, in fact, be kindled by Ground to Sky lightning, which would go far in explaining the inexplicable rash of forest fires now consuming many areas of of northern Europe, as well as, the American and Canadian West in great and widespread conflagrations.
HALF A MILLION LIGHTNING STRIKES !!
Yep…500 000 plasma strikes… Unreal but oh so real 😉
Was warm and they were spraying before it rolled in
This abundance of Interacting/Interlacing gravitational waves < G Bands> result in both creative amplification at times and destructive interference with each other’s “G-Bands” at other times, summing up or subtracting <and exchanging forces> as dynamic vectors of the G Bands interweave and interfere among each other at the critical moment, at which point the release, or Disbanding of the concerted/concentrated gravitational waves commences and a long “Disentanglement Phase” begins.
Finally, the Disentanglement Phase of the G Bands, where Mars is concerned, may take weeks to unwind, and so The Mars Effects on Earth’s weather, its plate tectonics and volcanic activities could take several weeks to dissipate, but during this critical phase a new series of super storm could be spawned by The Mars Effect like Mars did in 2003, spawning the super hurricanes, Katrina, Rita and Ophelia, which I announced and predicted on July 5th, 2003 while speaking as guest n the Jonathan P. Casey Radio Show, broadcast in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area.
On July 27th, while being interviewed on the radio show, “Ground Control” with Keith Roberts & Maj. Tom, I made similar predictions regarding the arrival and continuation of The Mars Effect(s) coming in train after the passage of Mars.
I predicted that the effects of Mars convergence with Earth would be amplified during the lunar eclipse. As can be seen from the links and news articles cited above, my predictions were not off the mark, and I predict that most powerful of The Mars Effects, especially the effects on climate are still to come in (3 weeks time) to be seen starting at the end of August going into “high gear” September 2018.
On July 31st, 2018, Robert Morningstar wrote
to Keith Robert & Gary Leggiere:
This video proves that everything that I predicted on “Ground Control” with radio host Keith Roberts (the night before the eclipse) regarding severe weather, tectonic and volcanic effects that would follow the July 29th lunar Eclipse (convergent with the geomagnetic effects of Mars passage) all came true within 24 hours of the Moon’s passage over South Asia.
Volcanic eruptions, earth quakes and sea quakes in the Pacific in the immediate vicinity and aftermath of the lunar eclipse with violent electrical storms <as predicted “globally”occurring > over Europe and America, attest to the power of The Mars Effects, which will continue to affect Earth for weeks to come,
Cindy Ann The US Weather Service out of Flagstaff , AZ showed the storm cell sitting over Mexico about a week ago. It was still there yesterday.
Epic Dust Storm on Mars Now Completely Covers the Red Planet
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As California’s parched hills are being blackened by devastating wildfires, with at least 18 burning across the state, extreme heat is affecting millions in Asia as well.
At least 29 deaths in South Korea have been attributed to scorching temperatures and subsequent heatstroke since July, as reportedby the South Korean Ministry of Health, Welfare and Disease Control.
Earth’s Global Electric Circuit – Atmospheric Electricity
THE MARS EFFECT
Saturday, 28 July 2018
Japan evacuates 36,000 as powerful Typhoon Jongdari takes aim after more than 300 dead and 40,000 hospitalised from floods and landslides
NASA Earth Observatory image by Lauren Dauphin, using VIIRS data from the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership. Caption by Kasha Patel.
A powerful typhoon is heading for Japan after one of the countries deadliest months ever after more than 300 people died and nearly 40,000 hospitalised from floods and a crippling heatwave.
Authorities have issued evacuation orders to western areas still devastated by floods and landslides.
“We want people especially in the downpour-hit regions to pay close attention to evacuation advisories,” meteorological agency official Minako Sakurai told reporters.
Dutchsinse EQ Report
August 8, 2018Storm Watch in effect as Hurricane Hector Nears HawaiiBy The UPI Staff
Hurricane Hector becomes Category 4 storm, heads toward Hawaii
August 5th, 2018
More than 90 killed after 6.9 magnitude earthquake strikes Indonesia’s Lombok Island, near Bali
India Flooding Death Toll Doubles Again in Kerala State; More Than 320 Killed
By Sean Breslin
Death Toll More than 300 from Flooding in India
Officials told the Associated Press that the floods have left more than 220,000 people homeless over the course of several months. Schools and Cochin International Airport – one of the country’s busiest – have been closed because of the disaster.
Many of the victims were killed in mudslides triggered by the heavy rainfall, according to BBC.com.
“We’re witnessing something that has never happened before in the history of Kerala,” Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told the media. “Almost all dams are now opened. Most of our water treatment plants are submerged, motors are damaged
SEMBALUN, Indonesia — Strong earthquakes jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing power blackouts, landslides and damage to buildings. The quakes rocked the island as it tries to recover from a devastating temblor that killed hundreds of people earlier this month.
M 6.9 – 2km S of Belanting, Indonesia
A shallow quake late Sunday evening local time was measured at magnitude 6.9 by the U.S. Geological Survey and followed quakes during the day recorded at magnitudes 6.3 and 5.4. All were centered in the northeast of the island. The evening quake was followed by strong aftershocks.
An Associated Press reporter on Lombok said the latest in the flurry of quakes caused panic and power blackouts in parts of the island. There were was no immediate information about damage or casualties.
The daytime quakes caused landslides on the slopes of Mount Rinjani, an active volcano, and panic in villages. Video shot by the Indonesian Red Cross showed huge clouds of dust billowing from the mountain’s slopes. The National Disaster Mitigation Agency said one person died from a heart attack during the biggest of the daytime quakes and nearly 100 houses near the epicenter were severely damaged.
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The shaking from the daytime quakes toppled motorcycles and damaged buildings in Lombok’s Sembalun subdistrict, including a community hall that collapsed. The hall had sustained damage in earlier quakes, said disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.
“It was very strong. All the lights went out,” Asmaatul Husna, an employee at a shopping mall in Mataram, told Reuters.
A magnitude 7.0 quake that struck Lombok on Aug. 5 killed 460 people, damaged tens of thousands of homes and displaced several hundred thousand people.
Indonesia, a sprawling archipelago that straddles the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Atlantic Basin Could Have Zero Hurricanes in August. Here’s How Rare That Is.
At a Glance
- No hurricanes have developed in the Atlantic so far in August.
- Most years have some hurricane activity during the month.
- This year could join a short list of other seasons with no August hurricanes.
Hurricane activity is common in the Atlantic during August, but 2018 could be a rare exception with no tropical cyclones achieving this intensity during the month.
Two tropical storms, Debby and Ernesto, have formed so far this month, but they were far away from land in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Neither of them was in an area where conditions in the atmosphere and ocean would allow them to strengthen into hurricanes.
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With a week to go in the month, there is a growing chance that August 2018 could finish with no hurricane activity. There were two Atlantic hurricanes in July this season: Beryl and Chris.
Satellite imagery for the Atlantic is remarkably quiet for late August and shows no areas of interest for possible development into a tropical storm or a hurricane. In addition, forecast guidance is not showing a clear signal for hurricane development in the near-term future.
HAWAII KILAUEA VOLCANO UPDATE, USGS MAP: ACTIVITY SLOWS AFTER MONTHS OF ERUPTIONS
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AUGUST 24TH, 2018