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originally posted by: khnum
An EMP attack on Dallas tomorow has been seen by a remote viewer at least we dont have to wait long
originally posted by: SallieSunshine
Bobs- Texas is the only state with its own power grid. I'm not an electrician but I suppose it is possible that emp-ing Texas might not affect the electrical grids of other states.
Why would the US government EMP its own infrastructure. Collapsing the grid in Texas, would take out the entire US and probably Canada. Seems like a pretty huge claim that they are going to do this and of course huge claims, require huge proof.
Oh and BTW, don't feel stupid, most people have no clue what's going on. At least your ahead of the game a bit by reading ATS (just don't take everything at face value, do your own research).
Cheers - Dave
Why does the Lone Star State have its own power grid? Partly because of a historical desire for self-sufficiency and partly because of that famous "Don't Mess With Texas!" attitude. The majority of the state's residents live within the region regulated by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, an "island" that generates and supplies all its own electricity—unlike, say, New York City or Detroit, whose residents found out the hard way that lots of their power comes from Canada.
A pipeline explosion sparked a large fire in Cuero, Texas, on Sunday evening, 14 June, prompting evacuations of nearby residents.
The Victoria Advocate reported that the flames were as high as a nearby water tower.
originally posted by: conspiracytheoristIAM
Yo can find this at Mad Patriots by searching......
Jade Helm sponsored EMP in Texas .....It's an interesting story but......
Anyway, here's the story. Dale is in Austin Tx. waiting in line at a retail store. A peculiar guy walks up him and asks if Dale is in the military and if he's heard of Jade Helm. Dale says he's not in the military, but has heard of Jade Helm . The man who approached Dale is in the military and has gone awol after he got his current orders....says there is going to be an EMP attack on Texas, tomorrow the 15th, and he's trying to warn anyone who'll listen. Apparently this EMP attack will kick- start Jade Helm for real.
There's a video with this story with an interview with Dale. I know this is a lot of hearsay to swallow at one time, but I like false flags being tied in with EMP's and Jade Helm !
A huge explosion has rocked a small town in Texas, with towering flames visible for more than 30km. Initial reports suggested the blaze was sparked by a pipeline rupture just outside the town of Cuero at 8.30pm local time (11.30am today AEST). Power supplier Devon Energy later said the explosion was not on one of their oil pipelines at their plant in the region. Locals said the blaze shook homes and lit up the night sky. "It looks like daylight out there," Roger Zimmerman told local newspaper the Victoria Advocate. "It was a big boom, and it shook the house." Texas Department of Transportation officials are at the scene but have not confirmed the cause of the blaze, which is in a rural area. It is not yet known if anyone was injured in the explosion. Cuero is situated in between Houston and San Antonio and is south-east of Austin.
CUERO - An explosion in rural DeWitt County shook nearby homes and illuminated the horizon Sunday night, worrying residents of what might be on fire.
DeWitt County Sheriff Jode Zavesky said an Energy Transfer pipeline containing natural gas ruptured about 8:15 p.m. off Farm-to-Market Road 953.
At the time of the explosion, the flames shot up to about 100 feet in the air, Zavesky said.
Zavesky said the pipeline has been shut off, and about an hour after the explosion, flames diminished to about 20 to 25 feet.
The flames are expected to burn for hours until the residual gas is out of the pipeline, Zavesky said.
About seven homes were evacuated, and many residents will be able to return to their homes Monday, Zavesky said.
originally posted by: Bluesma
I just heard about an explosion in Texas, somewhere between San Antonio and Austin, of unknown origin, as of yet?
Can anyone confirm this?
My mind just somehow went to this thread- though yes I know an EMP would most likely not be felt as an explosion, being far up.... I guess I vaguely had a thought that this guy who made the claim could have been a wack job with delusions, who could be just as capable of having done something to cause an explosion in his whole fantasy about doom on this day.....??
But other parts are based on mainstream Sunni sources and appear all over the Islamic State’s propaganda.
These include the belief that there will be only 12 legitimate caliphs, and Baghdadi is the eighth; that the armies of Rome will mass to meet the armies of Islam in northern Syria; and that Islam’s final showdown with an anti-Messiah will occur in Jerusalem after a period of renewed Islamic conquest.
The Islamic State has attached great importance to the Syrian city of Dabiq, near Aleppo. It named its propaganda magazine after the town, and celebrated madly when (at great cost) it conquered Dabiq’s strategically unimportant plains.
It is here, the Prophet reportedly said, that the armies of Rome will set up their camp. The armies of Islam will meet them, and Dabiq will be Rome’s Waterloo or its Antietam.
“Dabiq is basically all farmland,” one Islamic State supporter recently tweeted. “You could imagine large battles taking place there.” The Islamic State’s propagandists drool with anticipation of this event, and constantly imply that it will come soon. The state’s magazine quotes Zarqawi as saying, “The spark has been lit here in Iraq, and its heat will continue to intensify … until it burns the crusader armies in Dabiq.”...The Islamic State’s propagandists drool with anticipation of this event, and constantly imply that it will come soon.
A recent propaganda video shows clips from Hollywood war movies set in medieval times—perhaps because many of the prophecies specify that the armies will be on horseback or carrying ancient weapons.
Now that it has taken Dabiq, the Islamic State awaits the arrival of an enemy army there, whose defeat will initiate the countdown to the apocalypse. Western media frequently miss references to Dabiq in the Islamic State’s videos, and focus instead on lurid scenes of beheading. “Here we are, burying the first American crusader in Dabiq, eagerly waiting for the remainder of your armies to arrive,
The Prophetic narration that foretells the Dabiq battle refers to the enemy as Rome. Who “Rome” is, now that the pope has no army, remains a matter of debate. But Cerantonio makes a case that Rome meant the Eastern Roman empire, which had its capital in what is now Istanbul.
We should think of Rome as the Republic of Turkey—the same republic that ended the last self-identified caliphate, 90 years ago. Other Islamic State sources suggest that Rome might mean any infidel army, and the Americans will do nicely
After its battle in Dabiq, Cerantonio said, the caliphate will expand and sack Istanbul. Some believe it will then cover the entire Earth, but Cerantonio suggested its tide may never reach beyond the Bosporus. An anti-Messiah, known in Muslim apocalyptic literature as Dajjal, will come from the Khorasan region of eastern Iran and kill a vast number of the caliphate’s fighters, until just 5,000 remain, cornered in Jerusalem.
Just as Dajjal prepares to finish them off, Jesus—the second-most-revered prophet in Islam—will return to Earth, spear Dajjal, and lead the Muslims to victory.
“Only God knows” whether the Islamic State’s armies are the ones foretold, Cerantonio said. But he is hopeful. “The Prophet said that one sign of the imminent arrival of the End of Days is that people will for a long while stop talking about the End of Days,” he said. “If you go to the mosques now, you’ll find the preachers are silent about this subject.” On this theory, even setbacks dealt to the Islamic State mean nothing, since God has preordained the near-destruction of his people anyway. The Islamic State has its best and worst days ahead of it.