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Friday, August 14, 2015

Multiple Meteor "Attacks" are More Common Than You Think

The 2014 Russia Asteroid/Meteor event shed light on one important fact.    The powers that be, the experts, will not warn you when the Shite is about to hit the fan.

But let's start with a current event from 1 week ago. 
My brother had a map from a researcher/authors visit to an unique Indian mound, from 1860.    It was on the shores of a nice lake in Kettle Moraine of Wisconsin.    The only known access was by boat as it was nestled in a large State park.

Wisconsin has some very unique "mounds", including some at Azatlan (indeed, almost exactly same name as homeland of the Aztecs), google it.     The last known documentation of the Lake mounds we had a map for was around 1860.    We went there, for my birthday beach party, and took 2 hours off to go look and actually rediscovered the Ancient Indian Mound, it was 306 feet long, we took pictures of it, annotated them sent it off to some historical experts and within one day the State and the Park system stated that our evidence convinced them it was real and they were going to protect it. and it was popping up on websites within 2 days.   

Right past the Indian Mound we spooked up Bald Eagle.   Does lend credence to this being some sort of a sacred sight.   No one I know of has even seen a Bald Eagle this far south.    The bird lady at the Country Zoo was shocked and was sure it must have been something else, no way, clearly a Bald Eagle


Researching further, one of the earliest scientists who investigated  mounds, and the man considered the "first scientist" in Wisconsin was named Increase Lapham (1811-1875).   He did a lot of work on the mysterious "Indian Mounds" and he has quite a bit published (in long hand, lol) on the topics.

I ran across a picture of Increase Lapham in 1871 studying a large meteorite found in Washington county Wisconsin, the same area as the Indian Mound that we had just rediscovered.

Hmmm       1871, I pondered that year, something else had happened that year.     One I am sure you heard about, the Great Chicago fire, and another fire the same day, the Great Peshtigo fire in Wisconsin.

After the Russian Meteor Attack of 2014,  I put 2 and 2 together, and wrote the following story, and if you are willing to walk down this path a little bit with me, you will hear a very interesting story tying together Increase Lapham, Indian Mounds, Meteorites, Mrs. O'Leary's cow, and why you should never trust the powers that be.....because they won't tell you when the  S is about to hit the fan.....

I hypothesize that the earth is often subject to multiple "attacks" from space rocks.   You really MUST SEE the end of this article, you will be shocked.

Here is some backup from the Recent Russia "attack"
Did you ever here of the "Great Chicago Fire" of 1871 (October 8, 1871)

The fire was blamed on a cow tipping over a lantern

The firefighters were tired because they had been fighting another big fire the previous day, although the other fire did not get out of control (Remember this now, I'll tie it all together at the end)
On October 7, 1871, 30 of the 185 Chicago Fire fighters were injured fighting the "other fire"

October 7,1871 a planning mill on Canal Street set fire. It grew four blocks before firemen could get it under control. The fire left a loss of $750,000. Firemen themselves had taken a toll. Many pieces of apparatus were destroyed or put out of commission. The firemen were also worn out after 16 hours of combating the flames.

The Chicago Fire killed 300 people.

As a boy getting schooled in Wisconsin, we learned about the Peshtigo Wisconsin Fire, which is still the worst fire in human history for loss of life (ignoring the fires of Tokyo which were set by US bombs), and I remember the teacher exclaiming on what a huge coincidence that the Chicago fire was on the same day.

The blaze began at an unknown spot in the dense Wisconsin forest. It first spread to the small village of Sugar Bush, where every resident was killed. High winds then sent the 200-foot flames racing northeast toward the neighboring community of Peshtigo. Temperatures reached 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, causing trees to literally explode in the flames.
Article here

Actually, the Peshtigo fire started on Oct 7, 1871, the same day as the smaller Canal street fire in Chicago which was contained.   The Peshtigo fire took 1,200 to 2,400 lives, there were not enough survivors to identify many of the dead who were buried in mass graves.

Alot of "unexplained fires" have occured in the mid-west and Canada.

Manistee, Michigan had also saw a large fire that wiped out a town of 3500 people 


Holland Michigan, also had a great fire that devoured the city with lighting speed.

And another fire listed as the 4th largest Epic Disaster occured at Port Huron Michigan wiping out 1,200,000 acres and taking 200 lives.   Weird also that 10 years later Port Huron was hit again and 1,000,000 acres burned and 282 lives were lost.

Illinois took another fire hit as Urbana Illinois (about 135 miles southwest of Chicago) was destroyed by Fire.

And further east and north om Windsor Canada, across the river from Detroit, also got nailed with a City destroying fire
A fire consumed much of Windsor's downtown core on October 12, 1871, destroying over 100 buildings.

And in Minnesota, in a less populated area

On October 3, Professor Cleveland Abbe, one of the US Signal Service forecasting meteorologists scribbled the following comment on the edge of his weather map: "Unparalleled fire in northeast Minnesota-- great fire in northwest Minnesota." At the time, a prairie fire swept along a 100-mile (160 km) front from Breckenridge, Minnesota to the Big Woods.

This chart showed that the midwest was dry that year, but not crazy dry

OK - To Wrap it All Up
With all those midwest mega fires, what date and year did they occur?

Manistee, MI            October 8, 1871
Holland, MI              October 8, 1871
Urbana, IL                October 9, 1871
Windsor, Ontario       October 12, 1871
Breckenridge, MN     October 3, 1871

10 Fires around
Peshtigo, WI              October 7, 1871
Canal street, IL          October 7, 1871
Chicago Fire              October 8, 1871

Massive meteor found in Washington County, WI 1871 

So now, if we were about to fly through a group of asteroids, do you think the powers that be would warn you in any way?    After they have covered up Fukushima?

Similar events have happened, with the "coincidence" being discounted by the "experts"

On November 27, 1885, an iron meteorite fell in northern Mexico, at the same time as a 15,000 per hour outburst of the Andromedid meteor shower. The Mazapil meteorite has sometimes been attributed to the comet, but this idea has been out of favor since the 1950s as the processes of differentiation required to produce an iron body are not believed to occur in comets.

Finally, I guess I need to fess up, a few other people have put together The Chicago, Peshtigo, and Manistee fires

Finally, some of the debunker's debunkers comments are just hilarious

Others have looked to science, saying the coincidence of two such great fires happening in one evening is too much to believe. Some think Biela’s Comet, which was passing over the Northern Hemisphere at the time, could have dropped balls of methane, which ignited the flames. This theory has been disputed by many, who claim the meteorites which fall to earth are not warm enough to set fires.
And others have pointed to the 1871 Fire Storm as linked to a specific comet that broke up and created an "asteroid field".     Comet Biela

Ruth -- I read with great interest the material you sent. It is very similar to studies we made prior to publishing our hypothesis on the internet. While the historical data is accurate, the final conclusions are short-sighted. The best way to illustrate the physics involved is to study what happens on a billiards (pool) table. The Q ball is like the comet Biela. It strikes the target balls (asteroid belt), imparting greater velocity to these targets than the resultant velocity of the Q ball. In other words, a collision of Biela in the asteroid belt sent thousands of asteroid pieces in all directions -- some in the exact orbit of the comet, some in new elliptic orbits, and some in parallel orbits with the Earth between Earth and Mars.
The first collision broke Biela into two distinct nuclei. Successive collisions broke it to bits. There are several types of meteors -- some are rock and metal material like the meteorite we found, and some are comet material -- more easily vaporized in the upper atmosphere.
Some asteroids hurled out of the belt by the Biela collision continued in the same orbit as the comet, but with greater imparted velocity, eventually arriving a year earlier than the expected return of the comet! This cluster of crushed asteroid material composed of mineral and metal did not vaporize as easily as the comet material. It came down in a ballistic pattern as described on our web site, igniting fires from Michigan to Illinois and clear up into northern Wisconsin.
The reason we can be quite sure of the hypothesis is the physical evidence: we have the biggest recovered piece. Others have found large meteorites also -- all along the same trajectory -- east to west.

Lastly, we should look at the Tunguska event in 1908 in Russia.    This is not likely to be the same asteroid belt as the 1871 Biela Comet Belt, since Biela comet has a period of 6.6 years, indicating a return visit in 1904 or 1910.6.

Funny though, there appears to be only 1 picture that exists from the Tunguska Event, and it clearly shows not just that the trees were knocked down, but they were also torched, no branches or leaves remain.   And the naysayers pimp the idea that space rocks don't get hot enough to start fires.


  1. The Tunguska Event was caused by Tesla's Death Ray. Read his biography.

  2. Fascinating analysis. I hope you are wrong!!!

    1. Indeed, at least it looks like long time periods between asteroid we got that going for us, LOL

    2. Perhaps every 35-40 million years?
      Am uncertain of pre and post 16million offsets, as a disclaimer.

      Quote from original article: "The Cardiff team found that we pass through the galactic plane every 35 to 40 million years, increasing the chances of a comet collision tenfold. Evidence from craters on Earth also suggests we suffer more collisions approximately 36 million years. Professor William Napier, of the Cardiff Centre for Astrobiology, said: "It's a beautiful match between what we see on the ground and what is expected from the galactic record."
      The periods of comet bombardment also coincide with mass extinctions, such as that of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Our present position in the galaxy suggests we are now very close to another such period."

      Quote: ""From the crater record there is no evidence for Nemesis. What remains is the intriguing question of whether or not impacts have become ever more frequent over the past 250 million years," he concludes."

      Quote: "The first measurements by the Rosetta mission's ROSINA instrument show that the deuterium-to-hydrogen (D/H) ratio of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is highly enriched in deuterium. These results contradict the theory that the water present in the Earth's atmosphere and oceans has a cometary origin. They also indicate that 67P comets do not all come from one region, the Kuiper Belt: some may have originated in the Oort Cloud."

    3. ET CETERA:

      Way to go Hawaii!

      Quote: "Based on the strong signal of magnesium and iron measurements seen by MAVEN’s Imaging Ultraviolet Spectrograph, Schneider says the hourly meteor rate overhead on Mars must have been tens of thousands of “shooting stars” per hour for hours.
      “I’m not sure anyone alive has ever seen that,” said Schneider, “and the closest thing in human history might the the 1833 Leonid shower.”"

      Title: "Hiding in plain sight: Elusive dark matter may be detected with GPS satellites"

    4. Not 1871, yet it holds some precedence.

      "The 1833 Leonids" -->

      Quote: "On that night (November 12, 1833) my father was awakened by the school teacher calling 'Pete! Get up, the last time has come,' and my father got up and looked out and the stars were falling like snow."

  3. Very late here but the 'Electric Universe' model has comets/meteorites as highly charged entities, so powerful discharges would be expected. A 'comet' destroyed Britain in the time of King Arthur written out of history but not out of science, Mike Baillie dendochronologist, and I think Victor Clube + Napier astronomers.

    1. Thanks for the comment, timely enough in my book! Indeed, I think that at least part of the Grand Unification Theory is like an elephant hiding in front of our noses. Indeed the earthquake effects and volcano effects of comets is amazing. I did some studies and posted on this blog, search for "comet". The gravitational effects of some of these comets are totally negligible, and yet they have a massive impact. Is it "electric" or is there another "soup" that our universe sits in that gets disturbed by these fast moving rocks. My money is on the Soup.

    2. Maybe the "soup" or "ether" is disturbed, perturbing bodies in the Oort Cloud.

      Quote: "New research concludes that Earth's infrequent but predictable path around and through our Galaxy's disc may have a direct and significant effect on geological and biological phenomena occurring on Earth. Scientists conclude that movement through dark matter may perturb the orbits of comets and lead to additional heating in the Earth's core, both of which could be connected with mass extinction events."

      One wonders if the "Dark" matter distribution might coincide with periods mentioned above ("Dark" insofaras science doesn't know exactly - like as in the "Dark" ages). I like "Electric Universe" models too, by the way.

      Is there any such thing as "Galactic Pole Reversal"? If so, that would be of epochly long periodocity, would it not?


      Don't know how that relates to sprites & other similar phenomenon.

    4. Wow sprites are cool. Think of the things we are still discovering, and then of how much more can be out there that we can't even guess at.

      One theory of passing through the galactic center holds that lots of meteorites will be thrown at us.

    5. Sprites and related phenomenon were under study by the crew of the last mission of the Space Shuttle Columbia, before her ill-fated return.

      See comment above: "Quote from original article: "The Cardiff team found that we pass through the galactic plane every 35 to 40 million years, increasing the chances of a comet collision tenfold."

    6. Dud, I did a whole post on the galactic plane, now I really understand it.

  4. Stock - No matter (pun intended) what it is called, if something slams into the Earth at a high rate of speed it could be curtains for most everything on the planet. If the mass of the object is small it might only take out a large area.

    This is why I maintain that Nature can destroy any land based nuclear reactor, any place anytime 24/7 since a Nuclear Reactor or a Nuclear Waste storage site would then become a massive dirty bomb that would plague mankind for many decades if not "forever".

    Yes, NASA and others are scanning the Cosmos for incoming objects but something very small, very dense moving very fast (think super dense BB) could easily strike US before we "knew what hit us".

    As we have seen from Fukushima, the physical damage was horrific indeed, but the radioactive pollution is what made it into a Trillion Dollar Eco-Disaster. So anything that creates an explosion of Nuclear material will therefore affect mankind far more than just what a collision with the Earth's surface would cause.

    1. Yep, and any significant meteor "attack" that shut down the grid, will cause multiple nuclear plants to melt down.

      The Earth, strapped like a suicide bomber with 400 nuclear plants, hurtling through space, planning on nothing but luck......

  5. "If short-period bombardment of our planet by comets or comet dust is a reality (as it increasingly appears to be); and the effects of such an event are deleterious in the extreme; and if we are in fact overdue for a repeat performance of such a visitation (which also appears to be the case); what effect might public awareness of this have on the status quo on the planet at present? Would the bogus "war on terror" not become instantly obsolete and would people across the planet not immediately demand that their political leaders reassess priorities and take whatever action possible to mitigate the threat? And if those political leaders refused to do so and it became known that that this grave threat to the lives of billions was long-standing and common knowledge among the political elite (with all that that implies), what then? Revolution? One last hurrah before the 6th extinction? "
    Planetary bombardment on a 3600 year cycle, yes, many have some idea of what approaches. Early signs are that TPTB will be covering up the bombardment as military missile tests so they appear to still be in control. The changes in solar output point to the approach of our brown dwarf twin, another cycle in play. We might get caught with NPP's on our shores and no infrastructure to cool them, a triple bad bio-rhythm day for mankind.

    1. Wow thats a great link, I will put it into the body text so others can easily review it.

      I noted the Russia 2013 MegaBlast on Feb 15, 2013 was curiously similar to the last big "attack" of the Sikhote Alin meteorite shower on Feb 12, 1947.

      The Tunguska Event was June 30, 1908, and curiously was not investigated until 1920, and there appears to be only 1 picture related to 850 square miles of devastation.

  6. "No one I know of has even seen a Bald Eagle this far south" Maybe you mean in southern Wisconsin? We have bald eagles in New Mexico. Several Januarys ago I saw one in the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge about 100 miles south of Albuquerque. Actually, I took a picture of a scenic lake with Sandhill Cranes lounging about in the knee-deep (their knees) water, and when looking at the digital picture later, I realized that what I thought was a branch sticking out from a tree stump was indeed a bald eagle. I should have taken more pics! A few weeks ago I met someone who said they've seen eagles on that same stump, so it's a popular place for them to sit and ponder. Others see eagles (and osprey) fishing in the Rio Grande as they migrate this time of year (and the Spring probably). Otherwise, your report is fascinating.


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