Remember Q post last week? Hmmmm . . .
The Jeffrey Epstein arrest, coming when it did on July 6 only two days after the massive July 4th Salute to America on the National Mall in D.C., felt to me like part of the same stream. As did the two large earthquakes, coming only one day apart, first a 6.4, on July 4th, and then a 7.1 the very next day. At some point I saw a report that the epicenters of both quakes had occurred directly under the gigantic China Lake Naval Weapons Center (reputed to have a vast underground component), and wondered whether these quakes had been planned, and if so, by whom and to what purpose?
Or is that just too conspiratorial a thought?
David Wilcock doesn’t think so. Here’s what flew out of him yesterday.
THE INDEPENDENCE DAY QUAKE?
The first quake was suspicious enough.
It was a whopping 6.4, the biggest in Southern California since Northridge in 1994 — 25 years — and it literally happened on Independence Day.
This is the day in which America celebrates her freedom. It is the ideal day for the Alliance to do something that will later be noteworthy.
Once you have the classified information in hand, you no longer see all earthquakes as simply “natural events.”
The technology most definitely exists to produce earthquakes. It involves microwaving a fault line and melting the crust until it slips.
Some, but certainly not all of the earthquakes in today’s world will be deliberately generated.
So, when we see the biggest shaking in Los Angeles for 25 years, and it lands right on July 4th, that certainly becomes… interesting.