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Originally posted by Cobaltic1978
reply to post by DEV1L79
I am aware and appreciative of what you are saying.
I certainly don't buy into all the end of the world scenario, but maybe you are right. I have read many things regarding the illuminati and they year 2012.
Are you aware of the conspiracy relating to a fake alien invasion during the Olympics. This seems more plausible than a flood, but hey who knows what they have planned for us.
Originally posted by jcrash
You're probably right about flooding London, but the timing of the Olympics might be off. I would imagine they'd want to showcase William a little bit more.
If you're not familiar with "chaos magic" (fancy term for mind controlling propaganda), a promising avenue of research would be looking at Warren Ellis and Grant Morrison, UK comic book writers (Morrison admits to being a chaos magician and in Ellis' work he references it) (there are plenty more, but these are some of the most obvious).
Anyway, check out Ellis' Freak Angels comic. www.freakangels.com...
Originally posted by JonoEnglish
Maybe not posted on ATS before, but according to wiki this old American Cargo ship SS Richard Montgomery positioned in the Thames Estuary may produce the following
One of the reasons why the explosives have not been removed was the unfortunate outcome of a similar operation in July 1967 to neutralize the contents of the Kielce, a ship of Polish origin, sunk in 1946 off Folkestone in the English Channel. During preliminary work the Kielce, containing a comparable amount of ordnance, exploded with force equivalent to an earthquake measuring 4.5 on the Richter scale, digging a 20-foot (6 m) deep crater in the seabed and bringing "panic and chaos" to Folkestone, although no injuries. According to a BBC news report, in 1970 it was determined that if the wreck of the SS Richard Montgomery exploded, it would throw a 1,000-foot (300 m) wide column of water and debris nearly 10,000 feet (3,000 m) in the air and generate a wave 16 feet (5 m) high. Almost every window in Sheerness (pop. c20,000) would be broken and buildings would be damaged by the blast.
I'm not sure how on a high tide, such an event happening would or could effect that area considering there would be a surge of water, I would have thought.
edit on 9-3-2011 by JonoEnglish because: (no reason given)