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David Wilcock and Benjamin Fulford - HAARP and the New Madrid Fault Line

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posted on May, 14 2011 @ 12:56 AM

David Wilcock is saying what others have been saying about the flood: These record level waters are acting as a lubricant to increase the odds of a massive earthquake occurring. Going for an unbiased viewpoint, these are indisputable facts:

· There are 15 nuclear reactors in the vicinity of the New Madrid Fault line
· The floods of the Mississippi have broken records that have lasted hundreds of years
· FEMA has purchased 140 million packages meals that only have a shelf life of 3 years
· FEMA's NLE (National Level Exercise) is scheduled to take place between May 16th - 20th and deals with an earthquake scenario on the New Madrid Fault Line
· Harold Camping has predicted massive earthquakes (accompanying the Rapture) on May 21st at 6pm (in each respective time zone); this prediction is not new and was made many years ago

The old saying is that if it's too good to be true, it probably is, but what happens if the puzzle pieces are too bad to be false? If nothing happens, this could be the second biggest set of coincidences to never happen - right below December 21st, 2012, of course.

posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:09 AM
How many times have doomsdayers predicted the end of the world? I guess eventually they'll get one right

posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:10 AM
reply to post by SonicInfinity

Why do they always use these events that happen at the same time ie the same thing during 9/11. U would think the people in charge of it all wouldnt think we were so stupid anymore. But then again our govt. is part of that so prob not.

Great post.

posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:15 AM
reply to post by SonicInfinity

I will simply say that the sun is going through it's cycles. We are experiencing what amounts to a "turbulent" period that we will eventually pull out of.

People have been predicting bad things (raptures, 2012, new age) for as long as people have had mouths to talk.

It's entertaining to think about, but really...we have no idea. Everyone wants to believe they're living in end times. It's called egotism. We need to get over ourselves.

posted on May, 14 2011 @ 05:14 AM
reply to post by SonicInfinity

ok - from the top :

the claim that flood waters will " lubricate " tectonic plates is utter twaddle - its on the freaking surface - if it wasnt - it wouldnt be a flood

yes there are reactors in the area

please research the 1993 great flood - it broke all records

the rations will be replaced after 2 years and the soon to be expired ones consumed by the US military forces - in excersises and operations

please look up NLE 10 - that involved a nuke attack - and nothing happened

camping is on a long list of doomsayers who predict thousands of things - none of which have been accurate yet

posted on May, 14 2011 @ 05:32 AM
What is reallly happening is the East coast is having a drought, and the Midwest is flooded....causing alot of crops not being grown. The United States will feed its own first this fall, and who ever depends on us for food better be growing and canning their own gardens. Ultimately from a disaster comes starvation. Even if the event doesn't killl you off starvation might. I remember the 1993 flooding and how Virginia had no rain that summer, It was bone dry. This also leads to wildfires on the East coast.

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