I am writing this thread to see if there is anyone out there who finds the articles of the April, 2006 edition of National Geographic Magazine to be
very odd and possibly foreshadowing the nuclear disaster, following the devastating earthquake that rocked Tokyo, Japan - resulting in an incredibly
catastrophic tsunami that gave us the deadly crisis at the Fukishima Nuclear Power facility.
I had recently purchased a car from someone who had pawned their title and were at risk of losing the car to repossession by the title loan company.
Got a good deal ,paid off his loan and gave him a couple hundred $ American for a 2002 Pontiac Grand-Am GT-1 (total price was$550) - Yes, that's more
info than required, but I will probably never get such a great deal on something again, so I am telling the world!
Back on topic... I went to the title loan company to sign some papers, etc. While waiting for the lady to get the papers in order, I wandered around
the store, which doubles as a pawn & loan business. Not a typical pawn shop you might encounter, because this lady sold some odd items, much of it
resembled garage sell quality items. Movies, antiques, furniture, etc
I came to a table that had several novels and paperback books, as well as magazines. I have always like Nat Geo every since I was a younger boy at the
Dr.s office, seeing what was a sort of porn to my innocent eyes!
After the childhood memories came back, I decided to grab a few to look at while waiting. I looked at the covers of each of them and found one in
particular that I wanted to start with.
This particular edition of Nat Geo Mag. has the picture of an earthquake devastated city street. This particular edition was interesting to me,
because the Tokyo earthquake had literally just happened maybe 30-45 days prior.
I never even thought to take a double look at the magazine to check the date, I just assumed that it was a story covering the terrible Japan quake. I
sat to read the magazine, but before I could the lady was ready for me to sign the papers. I noticed she was only asking $.25 for each of them, so I
paid the $1 and took them home.
As with many things, I became busy with work, chores, and just life in general. Several weeks had passed when I found myself sitting on the throne
and looking at the magazine rack for something to brush up on while performing my daily maintenance.
I picked up the Nat Geo Mag and started to learn some things I didn't know about the recent Japan quake. I still had not realized the date of the
magazine and had no apparent reason to think otherwise, since the article's previewed read as follows:
'Inside Chernobyl' 'Nuclear Comeback' 'Glen Canyon Revealed' 'The New Venezuela'
p.32 p.54 p.64 p.82
The magazine's contents seem to run parallel with several of the main issues involved in Japan and Fukishima. It wasn't until I opened the magazine
and began reading that I discovered the magazine had nothing to do directly with Tokyo. Instead it was covering the horrific San Francisco quake of
1906 that has remained the worst on record for the U.S.A
I was puzzled for a moment when I found the magazine was published several years before the Tokyo EQ. I couldn't understand how the writers and
publishers could put together an issue that would cover the exact problems that would arise during the Japan earthquake and it's aftermath.
They had no knowledge what-so-ever that these things would be tied together so closely, following the massive EQ, or did they?
I know it is a great stretch to speculate on this, considering the credibility Nat Geo name alone carries. Could Nat Geo be close to the center of a
conspiracy that could possibly include Japan as a victim of
a targeted quake, induced by super secret, natural disaster inducing technology?
I am definitely curious about this and hope you guys and girls out there can help with studying the Nat Geo April 2006 issue. The more people who are
willing to take a peak into the magazine the bigger chance we
have to expose a monumental conspiracy or prove it is nothing more the coincidence.
I am going to insert a few small excerpts relative to each article, so you can have a better idea of what Nat Geo was addressing in each separate
- 'The Next Big One':
- 'Inside Chernobyl':
Twenty years after a nuclear reactor exploded, blanketing thousands of square miles with radiation, the catastrophe isn't over....
Twenty years ago, operators committed a fatal series of errors in the control room of REACTOR #4. The explosion that followed still
blights land and lives...
The fallout, 400 times more radioactivity that was released at Hiroshima, drove a third of a million people from their homes and
triggered an epidemic of thyroid cancer in children...
Over the years, the economic losses have mounted into the hundreds of billions of dollars...
As evidence of government bungling and secrecy emerged in it's wake... Chernobyl (now known as Chornobyl) even sped the breaking of
the Soviet Union.
- 'Nuclear Comeback':
A picture of a of a nuclear power stations towers dominate the background of a boy push mowing yard and includes the caption -
'Calvin Nolt, at left, gets more harmful radiation from a day in
the sun than a year near the Three Mile Island Generating Station...
Could the 'Nuclear Comeback' story be an attempt to make everyone feel more safe with the Nuclear power plants?
Is it possible they know the potential for disaster a nuclear power plant has and are trying to brainwash us?
What does ATS think about this?