Hmmm. I had wondered the same thing. Glad someone else did the ground work to flesh in this hunch, the likes of which is probably being plucked out of the air by a lot of us simultaneously as one possible node in one possible, parallel, unusually interesting time-line. Thanks to beforeitsnews.com.
by Zen Gardner
September 18, 2011
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by Zen Gardner
Oh boy. Just when you think you’ve seen it all. I was just talking to my wife about the Benjamin Fulford and now David Wilcock claim that the Virginia earthquake was the nuking of two underground bases. I know, it’s wild but the story has legs apparently.
Actually, Fulford’s claims that secretive “white hats” are fighting the badass “black hats” is a pretty cool thought. Here’s what David Wilcock has to say:
NUCLEAR STRIKES AGAINST UNDERGROUND BASES
(Wilcock) Recently, these sources informed him (Fulford) that the earthquakes that occurred in Colorado and the Washington DC area, surrounding August 22nd and 23rd, were, in fact, apparently nuclear strikes against underground military facilities.
[These underground bases] have been built by the US government, ostensibly since the early 1960s, at the cost of trillions of dollars of undocumented taxpayer money that is going into these“black projects.”
…I was absolutely astonished when I started to ask around and found out that everyone I know, with one exception who probably wasn’t on a need-to-know basis, confirmed that this attack did happen.
If you haven’t understood the gravity or the implications of what I’m telling you right now, it’s important to point [one thing] out.
These guys never imagined that these underground facilities could have been attacked. Ever.
So what has happened here is a seismic shift in this insider war—that is arguably as significant as the nuking of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II.
And in fact, it may very well be the workings of the Universe, in terms of karma, that the people responsible for those attacks have now had it happen to them. See full article HERE
Pretty cool if true.
Then I ran into THIS story:
Strafford — A massive hole in the ground behind two houses along Brush Everard St. inside the Austin Ridge subdivision in Stafford is threatening to swallow the two homes near it. (Source)
OK, let’s see where Stafford, Virginia is:
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Now let’s see where the quake happened:
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Now THAT should get you wondering….
Pretty dang close. Of course it could be natural underground erosion triggered by the quake…but maybe not. Should be interesting to see how this plays out.
The quake seemed to have a lot of weird characteristics, but then again they haven’t had a quake of that intensity in that region for some time. In addition, the rock strata are quite different from other areas of the US and is known to make quakes travel much further.
Activist Post ran a compelling piece entitled 6 Strange Anomalies With The Virginia Earthquake that mentions among other oddities the strange location, shallow depth and weird seismograph it produced. It also apparently simultaneously knocked Hurricane Irene off-course, similar to how hurricane Erin approaching NYC on 9/11 was seemingly turned out to sea during the “magical” pulverization of the twin towers.
You can watch it here:
Very strange indeed. Underground nuke? HAARP? Directed energy weapons?
“Something’s happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear.”
Keep on wondering…cuz man, we live in freaky times!