Coping: Did U.S. “UFO” Tech Testing Cause Japan Quake?

Sit down, relax, and open your mind up.  We’re going to venture into the most highly speculative thing I’ve written in a good, long while.  There is a longish chain of data to follow, but it leads to a very interesting bit of speculation.  This is a complicated story and we are still barely upright apes.  We’ve only recently figured out electricity, after all…so come on along on one of my holiday rambles…

The timing of this is important, as we head to what some (like Patrick Geryl) have hypothesized as an early January quake.  Whether it comes in as the 7+ class is not so much the point as the rather interesting thing that I’m personally experiencing right now.

Let me see if I can start from the beginning, for a change….

As anyone who knows me realizes, I’m a pretty intense and high-energy person.  You look in any dictionary for the definition of “Type A” and the odds are 0.00000000000000.2% that my picture will be there.  But still, higher energy than most.

Now, there are a couple of things which will slow me down measurably.  One is (like anyone) a good-sized meal with a lot of tryptophan.  Since we had a wonderful  Christmas dinner (turkey and dressing, yum), I have been indulging in all my favorite turkey left-overs. 

So yes, the combination of turkey/tryptophan and carbs is rumored to make one a bit sluggish compared with the usual “slow down or you’ll burn up in Earth’s atmosphere” ways.  But, as Wikipedia notes:

A common assertion is that heavy consumption of turkey meat results in drowsiness, due to high levels of tryptophan contained in turkey.[50][51] However, the amount of tryptophan in turkey is comparable to that contained in most other meats.[17][51] Furthermore, post-meal drowsiness may have more to do with what else is consumed along with the turkey and, in particular, carbohydrates

Which gets me to the point of mentioning that IF I can’t blame turkey, stuffing (mega-carbs) for the feelings of tired, and since my activity level keeps the risk of cardiac issues low, we can skip on the next second choice.

Would you open Curtain Number Two and let’s see what’s behind it?  Our research is about to take an odd turn.

There are lots and lots of people who are sensitive to earthquakes before they happen. 

The symptoms which show up range from dizziness to sick to (in my case), just plain damn tired-like with no particular reason. 

There are plenty of discussions around the ‘net that you can look into.  This one over at AboveTopSecret dates from 2010.  Other people, as in this discussion over at GlobalPsychics, feel an assortment of “odd,” “tired,” or, in some cases get “headaches.”

Why I think there’s something to this related to those “ongoing notes” I keep making (some in the column here).

So pardon me, but over the next week, or so, I will be posting my “energy level” since in the past when I’ve had such feelings ahead of quakes, they are usually passed a day or two before the quake.  It’s almost like I am “resting up/storing energy” in advance of a quake (even though it doesn’t effect me, personally) and then right before the quake I get a rush of energy that must be something like Superman experiences.

It’ just plain ain’t normal, but it seems to be real.

So this morning I would say my…

Personal Energy Level:  7 (on a scale of 10 which is high/normal).

So for the next week, I will post here and on Peoplenomics) my personal energy levels when I get up in the morning.  Then, if there is a quake, we will be able to sort of plot the energy level change in advance of a major quake.

There’s plenty of scientific reason to do this on a mass scale.  We know that there are plenty of phenomena that are related to earthquake and earth movements.  Some of these include the odd appearance of “earthquake clouds” which have been dismissed generally as lenticular clouds, the so-called “earthquake lights,” and there may even be tie-ins to things like “Seneca Guns” which are unexplained loud explosion-like sounds hears in weeks (to to a month, or so) before earthquakes.

When something (like Seneca Guns) is well-enough established in the literature that it appears on a USGS site (like that last link) I give it high creds.

And have we had some “indicators” going off about a seriously huge quake to come?  Well, hold on to your hat:  Reader Fred J up in Northeast Arkansas sent me a Christmas note on 12/24/2013 at 9:26 PM that is precisely on point…

We had a loud boom here in northeast Arkansas today that was heard by lots of folks but no one seems go know what it was. I did a google news search for loud boom and found several instances during the past month or so with varying explanations. Might be the sound of Obamacare collapsing. LOL

Merry Christmas to you there in east Texas. I’m going to go snuggle in my bed and wait for visions of sugarplums.

Fred

They key thing is that in modern times, these “earthquake” noises may be occurring, but because of the very high level of distraction from living in over-communicated world, people may not have the sense they used to have about quakes.  They may not be aware of the Seneca Guns and other indicators.

Accidents in Research/Oddity in Data

Now, the other thing which I should mention has to do with the “earthquake lights” phenomena.  The scientific reasoning behind “earthquake lights” is that the earth, when moved, especially in areas of high granite content, may release gobs of Piezoelectricity.  Theory is that all the energy may express itself as flashes of lights.

The twisting of crystalline structures is known to produce small amounts of electricity, and in the 1970’s the big rage in CB radio was to have a “ceramic mic” since supposedly they were much cleaner sounding that simple Piezo/crystal mics.  Point is:  Ceramics can be bred in the lab to do nice things with electricity when excited by sound, and when you think about what the cooling Earth is, it’s all once-molten “ceramics” so the Earthquake Lights may actually have a power source.

Fine:  So what do we do with all this speculation?

Well, the first thing we would do is put the National UFO Reporting  Center database on our daily scan list when these feelings of low-energy, personal tiredness set in.

Would we be looking just for lights?  Well, possibly not.  That’s because when you scroll down into the data before the major quake off Honshu Japan (3/11) we notice that in the National UFO Center database we have evidence of lots of “triangle” spotting.

On March 10, we see that there was a triangle sighting near Kermit. Texas.  There was a triangle sighting in Laurel, MT. In Lake Springs, Missouri and in Rolla, Missouri the day before.

The key point worth noting in the research?  That there was plenty of activity involving triangles – being spotted over the US – on the very day (3-10-11) that the Honshu mega-tsunami was popping on the far side of the International Dateline where it was already “tomorrow” and which is when the mega-tsunami hit on 3/11/11.

A Novel Earthquake Solution

Now we go out on a limb here…and this is so incredibly speculative that it almost sounds nutty to write it, but here goes.

Our first data point, picked out of the UFO center reports is that there was a “cluster” of sighting of triangles in this period.

The second bit of knowledge you need to wrap your head around what I’m about to tell you, is that the US Government is considered by some to have made a huge and highly classified advance in aeronautical engineering with something called the TR-3B aircraft.

Google it here and you can find all kinds of images that show what?  A triangular craft.

Odd, don’t you think?  But the case is well laid out in the late Philip Corso’s book The Day After Roswell.  In this book, that not enough people have read, a US Army Lt. Colonel retired, Corso, outlined how there really was a crash of a UFO near Roswell New Mexico in 1947.

All most people remember is that (Wikipedia here):

The Roswell UFO incident took place in the U.S. in 1947, when an airborne object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico, in June or July, 1947. Explanations of what took place are based on both official and unofficial communications. Although the crash is attributed to a secret U.S. military Air Force surveillance balloon by the U.S. government,[1] the most famous explanation of what occurred is that the object was a spacecraft containing extraterrestrial life. Since the late 1970s, the Roswell incident has been the subject of much controversy, and conspiracy theories have arisen about the event.

What Corso maintained is that the recovered wreckage was the source of all kinds of advanced technology including fiber optics, solid state devices, and oh, yes, a way to beat gravity.  All of which is being doled out slowly in order to let the changes ripple through society (and business) as they will…

Now you’ll need two pieces of additional data. 

The first is a book by Joseph P. Farrell called The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis’ Incredible Secret Technology.

Not to spoil it, since you really would find it damn interesting, but the main idea is that as part of Adolph Hitler’s “Super Weapon” program, Nazi scientists were desperately trying to find ways to  break into other parts of the space-time continuum.

To do this, they set up experiments and the capper (at least that we know about…) was one called “Die Glocke’.  Again, in the interest of time, here’s the Wikipedia entry:

Die Glocke (pronounced [di? ??l?k?], German for “The Bell”) was a purported top secret Nazi scientific technological device, secret weapon, or Wunderwaffe. First described by Polish journalist and author Igor Witkowski in Prawda o Wunderwaffe (2000), it was later popularized by military journalist and author Nick Cook as well as by writers such as Joseph P. Farrell and others who associate it with Nazi occultism and antigravity or free energy research.

According to Patrick Kiger writing in National Geographic magazine, Die Glocke has become a “popular subject of speculation” and a following similar to science fiction fandom exists around it and other alleged Nazi “miracle weapons” or Wunderwaffen.[1] Mainstream reviewers such as former aerospace scientist David Myhra express skepticism that such a device ever actually existed.[1][2][3]

Sure, is sounds far-fetched, to be sure.  But the bunker-like setting is still there, the off (almost Stonehenge-looking) test platform.  It’s thought that it was here that the Nazis built their first prototypes.

How far they evolved the technology is open to discussion.  But, since German corporations fared extremely well in the aftermath of WW II, there’s some grounds to support the notion that a handful of people knew more than is reported in [conventional] history books.

But you need to read the Brotherhood of the Bell to get deeper down that rabbit hole, because we’re on a singular trail this morning.

We’ve now going to propose that what IF the Nazi Bell was real, that spinning a high mass at something like 250,000 RPM and above, can actually distort gravity and yes – space-time.

The second data point (courtesy of Jeff Rense’s site): Why, wouldn’t that be just the thing to put into a military aircraft?  Say a TR-3B?

So what provides lift for the TR-3B?  Over at Jeff Rense most savory sight, you can find an article by John Kooiman from 2010 which explains it this way:

Mr. Fouche describes the TR-3B’s propulsion system as follows: “A circular, plasma filled accelerator ring called the Magnetic Field Disrupter, surrounds the rotatable crew compartment and is far ahead of any imaginable technology… The plasma, mercury based, is pressurized at 250,000 atmospheres at a temperature of 150 degrees Kelvin, and accelerated to 50,000 rpm to create a super-conductive plasma with the resulting gravity disruption.

The MFD generates a magnetic vortex field, which disrupts or neutralizes the effects of gravity on mass within proximity, by 89 percent…

The current MFD in the TR-3B causes the effect of making the vehicle extremely light, and able to outperform and outmaneuver any craft yet …My sources say the performance is limited only the stresses that the human pilots can endure. Which is a lot, really, considering along with the 89% reduction in mass, the G forces are also reduced by 89%. The crew of the TR-3B should be able to comfortable take up to 40Gs… Reduced by 89%, the occupants would feel about 4.2 Gs.

The lineage to WW II Nazi experiments is clear.  Real?  Maybe, maybe not.  I’m sure you’ll want to read the rest of the information on Jeff’s site since he’s got one of the few places where TR-3Bs (Auroras?) are pretty openly discussed.

Just one more bit to go:  And that would be a reread of the article I wrote back at the beginning of November called “Preppers as Precogs.”

No, we don’t talk about TR-3Bs or Nazi Bells in that article.  Instead, what we discuss is the whole notion of oddities in space-time as being one possible substrate that would scientifically explain “woo-woo” that people experience on a regular basis:  Namely that space-time is actually a bit “irregular” and is somewhat malleable as publicly hinted at in the  Matt Damon movie The Adjustment Bureau.

Anecdotally, there have been reports that there are time anomalies in the vicinity of odd craft. What is the “stuff” of psi and is it all part of a different part of reality that people only sense now and then?  But could it be tied to topological anomalies in space-time that could be induced?  Is it what fried the brains of the Philadelphia Experiment crew?  Left some crew members reportedly stuck in metal between decks of a ship?

Accidental Quake Theory

So here (at last) is this morning’s “Great Ponder.speculation” to continue researching on your own:

Let us suppose (based on the UFO database) that on March 10 (US time)/ March 11 (Japan time) the US government was carrying out high speed testing of an amazing aircraft, the TR-3B.  Data supports this.

Let us also suppose that in disrupting the gravity field there were other effects, such as time distortions that accompanied the operation of the craft.  And, let us further suppose that it is housed in a super-secret US base somewhere in the Southwest where there aren’t many people around:  Southern Colorado or the mountainous areas of north/northeastern New Mexico?  Data, again, supports this, along with other information from air traffic controllers that I can’t get into.

Suppose then, that such a craft were out and about doing testing.  Would you test over the USA with all those eyes toward the heavens?  No.

And that explains why the probable route of flight tests took it off toward the northeast from New Mexico, and then up the thinly populated parts of the  “square states” (Missouri, in particular) where we find evidence of sightings in our study period.  Again, data supports.

From there, you’d head out to sea over not-too-populated areas (Montana, Idaho,) and cross out over the Pacific.  Or, you might go up over the Rockies south of Edmonton, Alberta where a highly reliable source sketched out for us a low-level UFO’s track a while back.

That’s where the real performance testing would take place:  Ultra high speeds, no worries about sightings and sound barriers.

Except for one tiny nit:  Could the high-speed, low pass over a critical part of the Pacific have had the unintended consequence of disrupting a critical “join” in space-time, such that when the “join” was occurring, it was “off” enough to cause a mega quake?

And could that explain why, when a reader sent me a picture a while back, he reported seeing a round craft proceeding at a speed not very fast?

Which gets us to the bottom line:  Is there a link between the flight-testing of super aircraft and what happened on 3/11/2011?

And more to the point:  Will it happen again?  And would that be planned or accidental as we try to map the flight envelope of a whole different kind of extra-aeronautical technology?

 

Write when you break even…

George Ure  george@ure.net

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