As if Furious Florence, now degraded to a Cat 1 storm, but even so, still threatening to unleash the poisons from east coast nuclear facilities and/or hog swamps, if that horrific prospect weren’t enough to knock off the collective radar — out of sight, out of mind, “NOTHING TO SEE HERE” — the possible political, cultural, social infrastructure climax of what is claimed to be a carefully thought out plan in the works for years, if not decades, and to which “timing is everything,” see yesterday’s post —
—then, wouldn’t you know! — of course we are now subjected to two more head-swiveling stories, each of them possibly huge and yet unexplained. Even a “consistent” MSM narrative is missing on these. All we have is questions. For example, with the one that sprang up yesterday, the so-called gas explosions in three acjacent Massachusetts towns —
— check how the map of these locations does appear to come eerily close to the map of known pedophile operations there:
And yet, apparently, this strange and possibly momentous event has caused very few injuries and no one has died! Hmmm. . . These facts have raised the curiosity level of Corey Lynn, my favorite new citizen investigator, of coreysdigs.com:
P.S. She doesn’t think it has anything to do with pedophilia. However, she’s already discovered that the the landscape of this event is huge, and started, according to her, way back in June. If you are not on twitter, then do get on it, at least for her posts.
Then, there’s the story, which has been gathering steam over the past week, of the Sunspot Observatory in New Mexico, which closed and has been or is being circled by Black Hawk helicopters. Oooo . . . scary, and you can imagine the kinds of theories being instantly trotted out to “explain” this event.
And, BTW, I saw somewhere that six more solar observatories around the world have also closed down. WTF? However, I can no longer find the link to that story. Maybe not true. Or maybe it’s been silenced. Or maybe I’m just not a good enough, patient enough sleuth.