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Issue 172, Sunday, February 14, 2010
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NASA Excuses

What is appearing on the SOHO and Stereo satellite images just does not stop, these days. First, Planet X as a Winged Globe or Red Cross and its Moon Swirls began appearing, as was featured in Issue163 of this newsletter. NASA found this so threatening to the cover-up that they allowed doctored images to be placed into their archives, pretending that the Winged Globe et al had been there for years and years. But the doctoring was obvious. The doctoring issue was covered in this newsletter in Issue170. Compare the legit appearances to the doctored version.


Then the individual moons in the Moon Swirls began to show up on the SOHO and Stereo Behind images, as was featured in Issue171 of this newsletter. NASA called these individual moons "compression artifacts", denying those round shapes with shadows on the dark side were objects at all. No one with a brain believed them.

NASA had by then switched heavily to their asteroid excuse, as outlined in Issue161 of this newsletter, using this as the excuse for increasing fireball activity. That this excuse would be used was predicted years ago by the Zetas.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/22/2003: We anticipate NASA will explain the Planet X complex as any number of things, or rather their lackeys, who will natter the word on every Internet or media source that allows their nattering - asteroid bunch, passing comet, unusual comet, or whatever.

Now they have concocted a new excuse for the Moon Swirls being seen so often on SOHO. They claimed the Hubble had observed asteroid collisions, creating tails for the asteroids, and all this within the inner solar system. All this was asteroid behavior "never before seen" but it is hoped this will be an acceptable excuse for the Moon Swirls seen on the SOHO and Stereo images, en mass, this year.

NASA Spots Mysterious Space Debris
February 3, 2010
If what astronomers believe is correct, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Camera 3 happened to be correctly oriented just as two asteroids slammed into each other 90 million miles away from the Earth. Scientists are guessing the collision happened at speeds over 11,000 miles per hour, which is what scientists believe the average speed of asteroid collisions are. It seems that only one asteroid, named P/2010 A2, survived the impact and is seen in the image glowing just outside of the X-debris pattern. It is assumed that the other asteroid disintegrated fully. Astronomers have long assumed that these types of collisions are common, but they've never been directly recorded until now. The join of the X is thought to mark the location where the impact occurred, while the distinctive X-shape was created by debris being swept into tail formations by the pressure of sunlight.

Per the Zetas, they are getting desperate.

ZetaTalk Comment 2/6/2010: This is a pathetic attempt to explain the many times that Moon Swirls are showing up on SOHO and Stereo images. Never seen before? Not that the public has had access to, that's for sure. Liars, every one of them at NASA.

String of Pearls Redux

The String of Pearls, however, is a Moon Swirl appearance that is hard for NASA to explain. As outlined in Issue169 of this newsletter it has shown up in photos since 2003 when Planet X arrived, and is lately also showing up on SOHO and Stereo images. This is just the Moon Swirl signature, as seen from the side. What excuse will NASA come up with now? Trailing asteroids, never before seen? The first really dramatic presentation of the String of Pearls on the Stereo images was seen on February 3, 2010 at 6:09:35 UTC on the Stereo Ahead image, since replaced by a doctored image dated the same day but taken, supposedly, moments earlier at February 3, 2010 at 06:09:15 UTC. The String of Pearls also appeared on February 5, 2010 at 00:24:24 UTC, but so far, not as yet replaced or doctored.

When asked about what NASA would do with this new presentation on their images, the Zetas said they have no choice but to blame it on asteroids, no matter how ridiculous the excuse has become.

ZetaTalk Comment 2/6/2010: The corpus of Planet X has been in range on the SOHO cameras since Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003. But the Earth and the SOHO satellite were not buffeted around as they are today. Thus, NASA was able to program air brushing programs to alter the images as they were being received, to effectively replace any sign of the corpus or its tail with predictable backgrounds. At times, the programming failed, but quick adjustments were made. However, this year things have gotten out of control. The corpus is not where expected, due to the Earth or the satellite being buffeted around, or Planet X itself moving. The tail has likewise blown into view, after having been blown out into space for the many years Planet X was slowly turning its N Pole toward Earth. Now the Moon Swirls are visible, even strung out into a String of Pearls. NASA has no choice but the ratchet up its asteroid excuse, that a swarm or asteroids has entered the scene. This will hardly impress anyone able to think, and thus this excuse too will fail just as blaming the Sun for the Earth changes has failed.

The veritable blitz of String of Pearls presentations is continuing on both the Stereo Ahead COR2 and COR1 images on February 10, 2010 at 00:09:15 UTC and 01:09:15 UTC on COR2 and February 10, 2010 at 14:30:18 on COR1. A dual String of Pearls streaming from a single focal point even appeared on the SOHO C2 on February 13, 2010 at 08:30.

Volcano Uptick

Volcanoes seldom hit the news unless it is to announce that this or that volcano is erupting again. What is seldom mentioned is that long extinct volcanoes are erupting, such as the Chilean volcano in Chile, which erupted in May of 2008 after almost 10,000 years of sleep as was discussed in Issue077 of this Newsletter. Or this volcano in Ziarat in the mountainous highlands of Pakistan, which has no prior eruption of record, ever.

Lava erupts in Ziarat
February 3, 2010
Volcanic emissions have surfaced at Wham in Ziarat district including burning rocks, ashes and other lawa for the first time in the known history causing great anxiety among the people according to reports.

There are more volcanoes erupting today, simultaneously, than in the memory of man. Volcano World lists 540 known volcanoes, 183 of which have erupted within the last 10,000 years.

Volcano Status
A "Historical" eruption, documented during or shortly after observation, is the best evidence for inclusion. We list more than 540 volcanoes with historical eruptions, the criterion used by many people terming a volcano "active." However, we have tried to provide more even coverage of the globe's volcanoes, many of which carry no written record until 80 centuries after the first historically documented eruption in our file (Central Turkey, in 6200 BC). To do this we have included 183 volcanoes with dated eruptions during the last 10,000 years, as determined by techniques such as "Radiocarbon" dating. For volcanoes with different eruptions dated by different techniques, we have entered the technique that seemed to confirm Holocene activity most certainly. We should mention, however, that the "Anthropology" status covers volcanoes with undated (but recent) activity described in native legends as well as activity dated by buried artifacts.

A really impressive chart was recently posted by George Ure on his Urban Survival site. Using data on the date of most recent eruption, George shows us, visually, just how many of the 183 active volcanoes are active right now.


A good starting point might be a click on the data posted by the Smithsonian Institution which lists recent volcano eruptions by year. Boring? Hell no - especially when you plug it into a spreadsheet and turn it into a chart.

Active volcanoes seem to all be going off at the present time. Mount Etna, in Italy, has been erupting almost continuously since 2001, after last erupting in 1994. Cleveland, in the Aleutian Islands, has been erupting almost continuously since 1997, though historically only erupted once every dozen years or so. Piton de la Fournaise, on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, has been erupting since 1998 though historically has gaps of 10-20 years between eruptions. Baren Island, on the Andaman Islands of India, erupted in 2000, 2005, and 2008 though historically was quiescent for longer times between eruptions, for instance between 1852 and 1991. Llaima in central Chili has been erupting since 1997, though historically had gaps of 5 years on average between eruptions, which were brief.

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