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Signs of the End
The Bible says that we will be groaning for the Lord's return but so will be the earth GROANING and TRAVAILING in pain waiting to see the return of the Lord. Perhaps what science is calling "sonic booms" is actually the earth groaning to see the Lord? The Bible says that even the stones shall cry out Luke 19:40And he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out.Luke 19 verse 40.
For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now. And not only [they], but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, [to wit], the redemption of our body. Romans 8:22-23
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SCALAR WEAPON SYSTEMS
Source: June 2007 | behindtheveiloflies.blogspot.com | fireballs-meteorites.blogspot.com
Quoted from DoD News Briefing, Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, Q&A at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, 28 April 1997
U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen expresses concern about eco-terrorism using scalar electromagnetic weapons [www.defenselink.milThis transcript was removed! ].
"Others [terrorists] are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves ... So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations ... It's real, and that's the reason why we have to intensify our [counterterrorism] efforts."
[Editor's Note: It is now possible to alter weather, deny weather, move weather, guide hurricanes, cause flooding, cause volcanos, cause massive earthquakes, cause tsunamis, and alter atmosphere conditions enabling disease to spread. Scalar waves can be directed as an aggressive weapon with potential destruction far beyond atomic weapons. It is not a radio frequency wave, it is an entirely different wave unknown to most of the world. We believe the transmitters directed at North America are Russian leased to terrorists.]
Historical Background of Scalar EM Weapons
Source: Lt. Col. T.E. Bearden (retd.), 1990 | www.cheniere.org/books/analysis/history.htm
MYSTERIOUS BOOMS OVER CITIES are a manifestation of Scalar Weapon application at target areas.
May 14, 2007 Knoxville, Tennessee
Dozens of people in Knox County woke up to some rumbling this morning and investigators are still working to figure out what it was. Dozens of calls flooded central dispatch at about 1:15am, mostly from two neighborhoods off Northshore Drive in West Knoxville; Admiral's Landing and Northshore Landing. Many people tell us they woke up to loud rumbling and thought there were animals or prowlers in their basements or attics. Others thought there was some sort of explosion shaking the ground. J.R. Andrews lives in Admiral's Landing and says it woke his entire family up and they all ran outside to see what was going on. "Half of our neighborhood had come outside and there was these constant shakes in the ground, constant thud. It felt like some type of missile attack," he said. "It wasn't an earthquake, I've been through an earthquake." KUB not reporting any problems in the area and so far, there has been no reports of a possible earthquake.
Mar. 14, 2007 Mysterious Explosion Sounds in Colorado Springs Sound disturbs neigbors Tuesday night
Residents of a central Colorado Springs neighborhood say they've been rudely awakened the past few weeks, by a series of explosive sounds which seem to be growing louder each time. "I didn't hear it," says Lisa Gostnell, who was asleep at the time. "But my husband did. he looked out, and there were a lot of cop cars and people outside their houses--so it must have been pretty loud." Neighbors around Sausalito Drive, west of the Colorado Springs Country Club, heard the latest noise Tuesday around 11 p.m. They say it was loud enough to shake homes. Some neighbors left their homes, and went out on the street to see if they could see anything. Some saw a cloud of smoke; others saw a flash of light--but still no clues to the source of the mysterious explosion. Residents say it's the third explosion in as many weeks--all occurring just before midnight. "The first one was in the back of the house," explains resident Terry Harrison. "It shook the house, it was loud. The second one, there was a ball of light that went through the house here." She says her dog hid when he heard the sound.
The mystery deepens after listening to resident Rex Rudy. "About an hour before (Tuesday's noise), we heard a shooting-type of firework. It was really loud, going over our houses. It sounded like a pop bottle rocket, but louder. It sounded like a meteor or something." Police are investigating, and say they've found no evidence so far to explain the noises. A raised area bordering part of the neighborhood is an old coal mining shaft-- but although it has caused sinkholes in the past, residents say they don't believe it's related to the explosions. Whether it's someone's prank--or something more serious--remains unknown.
January 2007 OXFORD TWP.
Did you hear that? Did someone break the sound barrier, have aliens landed on the corner of Drahner and Coats roads, or is Detroit Tiger Joel Zumaya lobbing snowballs at the front door? Well, don't start the "X-Files" theme just yet, as there seems to be a scientific explanation behind why residents in four counties said they heard loud booms and bangs Thursday night. In what is being explained as a possible weather phenomenon involving a drop in temperatures, officers and sheriff's deputies in Oakland, Genesee, Lapeer and Shiawassee counties were dispatched to several locations to investigate suspicious noises in neighborhoods. Oxford Township police dispatcher James Sommers said the department received eight calls between 8:32 and 11:30 p.m. from residents, complaining about the "explosions." Typically, he said, it may get one or two complaints about bangs during the time of year when fi reworks might be set off. But this wasn't a case of someone setting off bottle rockets, at least not as far as police could tell, he said. "We just couldn't figure it out," Sommers said.
Well, Greg Smith, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service forecast office in White Lake Township said there is a reasonable explanation why so many people were hearing these "explosions." Smith said rapidly dropping temperatures could have created a stable layer in the atmosphere called a temperature inversion. That temperature inversion will trap sound waves close to the surface of Earth. Those sound waves, when dispersed, are forced to move horizontally from their source, instead of upward and horizontally, he said. The weather office monitored the many calls from residents in the four counties between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Smith said. "So that may have caused what people were hearing," he said. "It has occurred before, when people hear sonic booms and the sound waves just got trapped." While Smith admitted he didn't know the origin of the booms and bangs, he did say sound waves can travel as far as 50 miles from their source. "So it was not directly caused by the weather, but indirectly," he said. And since sound waves can't talk, many people were frightened by the noises, which some claimed sounded as if something had hit their homes.