Possible widening perspectives on explosion near Indianapolis

After describing my own neighborhood as a war zone which we are working to heal from the fatal shooting that occurred only a stone’s throw from my home one week ago, I can feel myself decidedly jumpy, sort of shell-shocked. That I realize I feel this way has not yet helped to subdue the instinctive contraction of my body.

So of course I’d notice this explosion, which went off sounding like a sonic boom, at 11:10 p.m. on 11/10. Hmmmm. South of Indianapolis, only 40 or so miles north of me.

Two killed, 80 homes affected after massive explosion in indianapolis

The minute I looked at the extent of the damage, I was instantly on alert. It sure didn’t look like a furnace problem or even a gas main explosion. And only two people, a man and his wife, died? Amazing. Who were they?

The next day I came across this:

Was Indy Explosion Victim Targeted?

Google it. You’ll see a number of stories now coming out about what one of the victims, John Dion Longworth, did for a living, and asking whether the cause of the explosion was something that fell from the sky — meteor or bomb.

Gordon Duff wonders if it was a drone, and in a wide-ranging article, links this incident to what he thinks is a huge, post-election, behind-the-scenes struggle between various branches and agencies of the federal government for control.


Many American military, some retired but some actively serving, have displayed clear signs of treasonous disloyalty and the willingness to, not only overthrow the civilian government but to stage terror attacks inside the United States in concert with foreign intelligence agencies.

This is not conjecture. One such potential attack may well have happened yesterday, perhaps a “test run.” The report of this wild conspiracy theory came to me from a retired Air Force pilot who flew nuclear-armed F-111’s for a living.

He indicated that the mysterious explosions that took place in Indiana yesterday do not pass the “sniff test.” The retired Air Force colonel responds below, one with top security clearances and a career of special operations behind him.

This is his assessment:

“The damage area looks like about 4-6 500 pounders, MK-82 Low Drag hard bombs or two 2,000 pounders.”

. . . .

Has the long warned of “drone war” inside America actually begun? One legitimate expert thinks so.



Breathe, Ann, breathe. Chant your mantra. Do your yoga, chi kung, tai chi. Walk. Center yourself in the NOW, no matter what . . . Dear body of mine, please release of this state of tension and allow in the Love that upholds and fuels all of it all of it, no matter how puzzling the illusion may sometimes appear.

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3 Responses to Possible widening perspectives on explosion near Indianapolis

  1. laurabruno says:

    Hugs, love and soothing light to you. We are moving to Indiana in two days and now that has me wondering, “WHAT have I been called into now?” I moved to Madison only 1.5 months before all the Walker protests began. With all the military resignations/scandals and state secession petitions, I am just intending a peaceful, joyful cleansing without the need for demonstrations of how awful it can get. Ease and please … come on, Americans, must we have the difficult lessons rammed down our throats? Or can we all just agree to wake up and move on? I, for one, will be arriving in Goshen, Indiana with full request of angelic and elemental protection. Peace!

  2. laurabruno says:

    Yes, Bloomington is on our list of places to visit in the Spring. We definitely want to check out the GANG garden, as we are hoping to get a vacant field across from us converted into a community Edible Food Forest like they’ve done in Seattle. It would be great to connect in person. I’ll keep you posted. Right now, it’s box central at our place. Once things look a little saner on the home front, we can think of exploring other parts of the state. Cheers!

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