With the recent event of super storm hurricane sandy, and millions without power, and in some cases food, and potential riots, we highly recommend that our readers begin taking the steps necessary to protect themselves for the passage of planet X, as it approaches. Even if planet X doesn’t approach, at least you give yourself a chance to survive any other natural disasters that could happen.
Here is a video that can help you get started:
As this video mentions, we owe it to our loved ones to be ready to the best of our ability.
Hurricane sandy took the lives of 50 people, displaced hundreds of thousands of people, knocked out power to over 8 million people, started fires, and the threat of looting poses a threat.
Here is what Mayor Michael Bloomberg had to say about hurricane Sandy:
“New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg surveyed the destruction in the hardest-hit neighborhoods Tuesday. He said he saw homes so utterly destroyed only “chimneys and foundations” were visible. But despite the daunting challenge of recovery efforts, Bloomberg said “New Yorkers are resilient.”
About a third of New York’s fleet of taxis were operating Tuesday, bus service was partially restored, and the New York Stock Exchange was expected to reopen Wednesday. U.S. President Barack Obama declared New York and Long Island a “major” disaster area.” – http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com
Here is a list of four major things to start considering if you are looking to survive a major disaster:
If volcanoes are erupting all over the world, water will be a very important source, we can all survive weeks without food, but only days without water. Having a source of clean purified water is very important to survival.
Many of the protests and violent clashes that are taking place is due to the food prices increasing. Not only do you have food prices increasing in America, but you also have crop failures taking place as well, which will further increase the prices of food, along with the de-valuation of the U.S dollar. Having emergency food ready to go such as M.R.E’s (meals ready to eat) can be the difference between surviving or going hungry.
The worst feeling in the world is going to your local grocery store, and not being able to find any food because the shelves are completely empty.
None of your preparedness items will do you any good if you cannot protect the items that you are using or hoarding. There are several places where you can find unique safes, and places to hide your valuables in a crisis, a good website to check out is www.safetytechnology.com
4. Electricity & Communication
Having a source of power can help you if there is a major power outage, a generator can be a good investment, and if you can, having a solar powered generator can help the most, as resources could become more scarce. On top of a generator, a crank radio, batteries, and a two way radio can make a big difference when satellites and other communications equipment no longer work.
You can find many of these items on amazon.com, and you can find them in bulk, and in most cases at a discount. Amazon.com also has a long list of emergency items to get you and your family through difficult times that we are all faced with.
Earth Changes – Volcanoes
An Australian sub-Antarctic territory of Heard Island is now showing signs of a potential eruption.
Recently there was satellite thermal imagery collected by NASA’s Earth Observing System (EOS) that indicates volcanic activity happening at Big Ben, which located on the remote Heard Island, 4100km southwest of Perth, in the sub-Antarctic.
“The type of activity that Heard has had over the last 10 years, based on my analyses of the satellite data, is quite benign and low level,” says Matthew. “In a few cases, the lava creeps out of the summit vent crater and flows a mile or two down the steep flanks. But overall the eruption style is not explosive, and typical activity would not pose a widespread hazard.” –http://www.australiangeographic.com.au
Meteor’s And Fireballs Seen In The Skies
Recent booms as well as flashing lights have been flashing lights across the Tennessee Valley, and they have some people wondering what all the ruckus in the sky is all about.
According to NASA, this time of the year is the perfect time for scattered meteor showers.
There was a fireball spotted across the sky in Jackson, Tennessee on Tuesday morning; which could also be seen in Kentucky, Alabama and even the Louisiana area according to Bill Cooke with NASA’s Meteoried Environments Office.
The fireball was brighter than the moon itself said Cooke.
In parts of Birmingham Alabama residents across the state have reported seeing a meteor or fire ball at 5:40 in the evening. Many times these fireballs are called “Halloween fireballs,” because they appear each year between mid-October and mid-November.
Could this regular occurrence be combined with meteors coming from planet X?
On top of the devastation in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, now parts of West Virginia are digging out from up to three feet of snow dumped in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
“West Virginia continues to be hard hit,” said Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, a Democrat. “Right now, my main focus is on life safety, power restoration and critical infrastructure.…We are doing everything we can to help the folks in need.”
Here is footage of the snow storm:
There was a shallow 3.2 magnitude earthquake reported Wednesday morning 26 miles from Eureka, according to the U.S Geological survey. This temblor occurred at 8:29 a.m pacific time at a depth of 1.9 miles.
Another 3.2 magnitude earthquake hit the central China region where one of the world’s biggest water reservoir is located, known as the Three Gorges Dam with no damages to the structure.That particular dam can withstand much larger
earthquakes then the small 3.2 earthquake that took place.
On other earthquake news a 4.2 earthquake in Alaska was felt by residents in Anchorage, Kenia with no reports of fatalities or damages.
Some residents in the area were shaken by the quake which was located 34 miles northwest of Anchorage and was at a depth of about 42 miles. This quake struck just after 2.p.m local time.