Tuesday, February 23, 2010

John Moore on Planet X

For those who aren't particularly inclined to astronomy and the complex math it relies upon, getting a handle on the Planet X phenomenon is daunting. Parsing through all the data on elliptical orbits, depths of space measurement, etc. seems impossible without dedicating an enormous amount of time to learning a new science. That's why I've taken the route I have into this issue: tracking celestial and weather anomalies and the actions of government and civil preparedness entities. This is a 1 + 1 = 2 formula I can understand: great balls of fire are shooting through the skies like we've never seen before… governments are building huge underground facilities and spending billions to move facilities inland. You don't need a slide rule or calculator to make reasonable assumptions about those facts.

J.R. Moore of TheLibertyMan.com, host of the John Moore show on RBN, is one of the sources of information I've found most helpful. He comes at the issue from the military and civil preparedness side, and seems to have a good grip on much of the science and anecdotal information, as well. So the reports John provides form a part of my baseline for vetting information. In this thread, we'll track some of the data points he's basing his conclusions on. This is not a comprehensive list, but is a work in progress.

Much of John's intelligence has been gathered from interviews with retired Navy veterans. He's confirmed that as early as 1979, a map was being discussed at a classified Navy briefing in New Orleans, which showed the expected damage to the U.S. coastline. The map is apparently similar to the Gordon Michael Scallion map. Scallion's map is similar to the Navy's for east of the Rockies; but the Navy map shows Wisconsin completely gone. West of the Rockies, the Navy map shows far less damage than Scallion's map.

Since 1979, the Feds have been aware of 'something' out in space that's been there for a long time, affecting the orbits of earth and other planets. Using the Pioneer 10 Space Probe, they found the celestial body, which they called the 10th Planet. It's also been called Planet X and Wormwood. They've been tracking it ever since.

In 1985, there was another classified briefing at which they discussed violently rising ocean levels and abrupt climate change. The Navy has promoted the Arkansas/Missouri Ozarks as being one of the safe areas, and many Navy people have since moved to that region.

The Supervising Astronomer of U.S. Naval Observatory, Dr. Robert Harrington (now deceased) was interviewed in his Washington D.C. office (when?), in his official capacity. During the 10 minute interview, he talks about the 10th Planet, describing it as being 3 to 5 times larger than earth, with a far more dense core of iron/nickel. He also described its orbit. Dr. Harrington died rather suddenly of cancer shortly after going public on this subject.

John concludes that man-made global warning is the cover story for the Planet X event, which will result in rising oceans, melting ice caps, earthquakes and vulcanism, increasingly violent weather, and eventually tidal inundations and crustal or magnetic pole shift. The government is preparing, telling their people about the expected dangers, but not the real cause.

The 10th Planet is said to have a large debris field moving with it, about a quarter of a million miles wide – big rocks and little rocks, and these are apparently the bolides (meteors) we're now seeing in our skies.

The Fed has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on this over the last 15 years. Their original preparedness plan targeted a completion date of Dec 31, 2010, but they moved it up to Dec 31, 2009. John concludes that by Dec 12, 2012, the crisis will be all over, or we'll be right in the midst of it – not that it will begin in Dec 2012.

In the early 1980's, John worked on what he thought was a Superfund Cleanup site outside St. Louis, Missouri. He later discovered that beginning in 1979, they had begun a 20-year project, building a Command & Control Center there.

In 2005, when the CIA first announced they would be moving their domestic division from Langley, Virginia to Denver, the reason given was that they wanted to 'break up the old boy network', which of course was nonsense. Now they just say the move is for "operational reasons".

In the Fall of 2009, with press releases going back to around November 2005, the NSA announced they're building a new computer center, duplicating the existing facility at Fort Meade, Maryland. They're moving to a position south of Salt Lake City, in the desert. The Fort Meade facility comprises 18 acres of Cray mainframes housed underground. The reason given for the move: "electric costs will be cheaper in the new facility."

More recently (when?), a $74 million contract was given to Prudential to relocate NASA employees. 3 of the 4 major NASA sites appear to be at risk: the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and the Huntsville, Alabama and Houston facilities. Edwards Air Force Base is approx. 2,000 ft. above sea level, so not at risk.

The Denver area is also a main preparedness facility -- not just the airport (where strange goings-on have been reported for years), but several hundred thousand sq. ft. of underground facility is being built there. Likewise, the Plum Island facility is being moved to Kansas – putting a high risk virus and disease research facility smack in the middle of the nation's most important agricultural land.

After the Cold War had ended, in the early 1990's, it was learned that Russia was building a massive underground facility in the Ural Mountains.

The Vatican, which is itself a government, is also taking steps to prepare. In the summer of 2008, they announced that they were closing the Vatican Library, which is the largest collection of rare manuscripts on the planet. They said it was due to 'structural problems'. This facility has been open for more than 5 centuries. The Vatican now owns a great deal of real estate in St. Louis, Missouri – enough to house the entire complex of Vatican City. (St. Louis has been known as 'Little Rome' for decades.)

On May 8, 2007, the Queen visited the NASA Goddard Space Institute, taking a sudden interest in astronomy. England is said to be busy moving its critical government offices away from the coast, to higher ground. In late January 2009, the library at Manchester, in St. Peters Square, England, announced it will begin moving its 1 million book collection to an underground salt mine. The collection includes many rare manuscripts dating back to the 15th century. The library will be closed down for "renovations" until 2013.

Also recent was construction of the Norway Seed Vault, built in just 8 months.

The indicators John Moore watches closely to track the timing of events are primarily earthquakes and vulcanism. Severe weather is now becoming commonplace.

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