Thursday, 19 May 2022

SHOCKING: Sun AND Moon Zenith Affecting Climate

Do this right now to see the sun AND moon's affect on the weather. It's incredible and has nothing to do with fossil fuels and human caused climate change! We are entering a natural cycle change. It has all to do with the moon / sun cycle and zenith:

1. Go to and look at the "Day and Night World Map" for the date range of the week of May 18, 2022. 

2.  Rewind -6 hours (or -1 hr) each time, observing the sun and moon moving left to right on the map to see which parts of the continents they TOUCH. The moon zenith areas will be unusually COLD, while the sun zenith areas will be unusually HOT.

3. Search those zenith-touched areas in Google News. e.g. "Australia cold" (selected date range of May 18) or look at their temperature history for that day. Be sure to choose a city in the zenith area. The results are so obviously astounding. Do you see the patterns?

Right away, you will notice that during this season shift, the sun is bringing scorching hot weather to areas where it is at its ZENITH, and the moon is bringing freezing cold weather to the areas where the moon is at its ZENITH. 

It can only be concluded that we have been lied to about what the "zenith" actually is, and it has everything to do with its position being right above the observer, being a CLOSER distance than other areas of the planet. We have also been lied to about the moon's influence on weather. As we enter a potential food crisis, was this meant to divert farmers away from planting according to lunar cycles, like nearly all ancient cultures practiced? Why are they hiding the fact that both the sun and moon are both local and have opposite affects on climate? 

On the week of May 18, the waning moon reached its zenith (directly overhead the observer), for southern Australia, southern Africa, and southern South America (including southern Brazil). During this time, those same areas were (and are as this is written) experiencing the most unusual COLDEST temperatures, way below average. There is very unusually cold weather being reported in Brazil, South Africa, and Australia, PRECISELY where the waning moon is passing at its zenith. 

Likewise, the same is occuring with the sun, bringing scorching heat, except only at sun zenith-touched areas, such as northern Africa, southern US / northern M茅xico, and India. Those are the EXACT areas the sun is passing at its zenith. 

Why have scientific authorities downplayed the moon's affect on our climate? Why did all ancient cultures use the moon phases and position for agriculture? Why are they hiding the idea that the moon and sun are local, being much closer than we're told? The explanation for their affects on the weather would only make sense if they were in fact a LOT closer, when at their zenith (directly above the observer).

Are they hiding this phenomenon and cycle change in order to bring in new laws and enslave people into losing their rights in the name of climate change and environmentalism? 

Our current fabricated models passed down by the dogmatic science authorities just don't add up ...

If we accept that the moon can affect ocean tides, which is essentially water, why not cloud cover (water) also and weather patterns ? More clouds, means less sun and heating. We think we know everything, and I'm simply throwing out a hypothesis that hasn't been studied yet by western science. So let's talk about the facts: a waning 80% illuminated ZENITH moon passing directly over southern Australia, southern Africa, southern South America ... And BOOM! We suddenly got unusually lower than average cold temperatures (with clouds) the SAME day and week. Just look at the cloud cover created over those ocean regions where the Zenith Moon passed, later bringing cloudy into those continental areas. Coincidence right? 

Yet,  the ZENITH sun is passing over southern US / northern M茅xico, India, and northern Africa, bringing us scorching HEAT in those areas - and that is due to the sun, correct? Or is that also another coincidence. Why is it easier for people to accept that the sun can influence the weather, but NOT the moon? Perhaps a good amount of brainwash and educational programming since childhood. 

I'm just suggesting, think about it with an open mind, without science programming and preconceived beliefs. Although more research is needed, I have another example I stumbled across that can attest to this. If you care at all in doing some  independent research, look up "snow in Brazil" RECORD cold for July 28, 2021. Again, an 80% illuminated ZENITH Moon passing right over southern Brazil during those dates. I believe the moon phase also has something to do with it but still needs more investigation. Another odd coincidence, or something to see here? 
If we're on to something here, this information will be CRUCIAL to get out to people if we want to be able to successfully grow agriculture in a time of changing sun / moon cycles during a food crisis. 

What do you make of all this? Check out the photos below to see more May 18-19 anomalies.

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Tuesday, 7 December 2021

Loreto y Amazonas de Per煤: Espere M脕S terremotos De Compa帽铆as Petroleras

Un terremoto de 8.0 Mw golpe贸 a Per煤 y sus alrededores el 26 de mayo de 2019 ...

El segundo gran terremoto de 7.5 Mw golpe贸 a Loreto y sus alrededores el 28 de noviembre de 2021 ...

Por supuesto, no esperamos que la prensa, patrocinada y pagada (pr谩cticamente propiedad) de las grandes corporaciones, admita lo que est谩 a punto de escuchar. 

No olvidemos qu茅 provoc贸 el terremoto del 26 de mayo de 2019 en Loreto:

Durante el mismo mes de este raro terremoto, PetroTal inform贸 que comenz贸 las operaciones de perforaci贸n el 7 de mayo, para un segundo pozo de producci贸n de petr贸leo en el campo Breta帽a (Bloque 95) de Loreto. Perforaron m谩s de 3 km en el suelo, hasta llegar a la formaci贸n rocosa Vivian. En esta 谩rea de Loreto, PetroTal ha estado extrayendo al menos 2,250 barriles (360,000 L) de petr贸leo crudo por d铆a, de reservas de petr贸leo subterr谩neas profundas. Tenga en cuenta que la operaci贸n de perforaci贸n profunda comenz贸 el 7 de mayo y puede demorar hasta 10 d铆as ... Una semana despu茅s, el 26 de mayo, ocurri贸 el terremoto de 8.0 grados, en la misma zona ... ¿Coincidencia? Yo creo que no.


Es importante que TODOS comprendan c贸mo la extracci贸n de petr贸leo y gas afecta el suelo debajo de nosotros, provocando terremotos. Lea m谩s sobre esto aqu铆, y tambien mas detalles aqui. Aqu铆 hay una peque帽a lectura:

Ahora se sabe cient铆ficamente que estas operaciones de fracturaci贸n hidr谩ulica causan terremotos, ya que inyectan agua y 谩cidos que disuelven las rocas en las formaciones rocosas que se encuentran debajo, acumulando una inmensa presi贸n bajo tierra. Tambi茅n contaminan los reservorios submarinos, que abastecen a los manantiales y se conectan a otras importantes cuencas de agua. La fracturaci贸n hidr谩ulica se realiza a menudo cerca o a lo largo de fallas activas o inactivas, que contienen reservas de petr贸leo cercanas. La alteraci贸n de la presi贸n de abajo, la inyecci贸n de aguas residuales de pozos t贸xicos, mientras se vac铆an las reservas de petr贸leo debajo, puede causar la formaci贸n de un enorme vac铆o, lo que puede causar el colapso subterr谩neo. 



Esto nos lleva a nuestro terremoto m谩s reciente que ocurri贸 en noviembre de 2021 en Loreto y sus alrededores. A continuaci贸n, se muestran algunos puntos importantes a considerar:

En la segunda quincena de noviembre, PetroTal comenz贸 recientemente a perforar el pozo 9H, el quinto pozo horizontal de PetroTal perforado por la compa帽铆a ... Este ser谩 el pozo horizontal de alcance M脕S LARGO de PetroTal hasta la fecha ... Se plane贸 terminar la perforaci贸n y terminaci贸n en el segundo mitad de noviembre de 2021 ... justo en el momento en que ocurri贸 este terremoto, incluso considerando que el pozo todav铆a est谩 a una distancia del epicentro, tenga en cuenta que comparten muchos de los mismos l铆mites de placas, ya que est谩n interconectados. [Yahoo News]

PetroTal tambi茅n se complace en anunciar que el pozo 9H se complet贸 el 1 de diciembre de 2021 para llenar el pozo con petr贸leo e inflar los empacadores... [BNAmericas]


Tenga en cuenta que este nuevo pozo (9H) de PetroTal SACAR脕 m谩s de 15,000 barriles de petr贸leo por d铆a, esto es 630,000 galones o 2,385,000 litros de petr贸leo POR D脥A. Toda esa presi贸n y estabilidad abandona el suelo, solo para causar m谩s terremotos (desestabilizando la tierra debajo), derrames de petr贸leo m谩s riesgosos y m谩s dinero para otros pa铆ses que explotan la hermosa Amazon铆a. Imag铆nese los cientos de miles de litros de desechos t贸xicos que se utilizan para extraer petr贸leo y el material t贸xico que libera al agua subterr谩nea...

Espere muchos m谩s terremotos en el futuro. Este es un asunto serio.

Esto no es nada nuevo, gente. Incluso los reguladores y cient铆ficos de petr贸leo y gas de Nuevo M茅xico est谩n en alerta despu茅s de un aumento dram谩tico en la actividad s铆smica en el sur de Nuevo M茅xico, un aumento probablemente provocado por los pozos de inyecci贸n de la industria del petr贸leo y el gas en la Cuenca P茅rmica. [NM Political Report]

Esta es una advertencia para Per煤. O lev谩ntate y defiende lo que queda de tu hermosa tierra, donde viven los habitantes ind铆genas, tus hermanos ... o defi茅ndelos, o enfrenta duras consecuencias, y m谩s terremotos mortales por venir, incluso en otras ciudades.

Otro Referencias:

Pedro Castillo y su semana m谩s movida: el terremoto en Amazonas, las reuniones en la casa de Bre帽a y la moci贸n de vacancia presidencial


Terremoto en Amazonas: todo lo que se sabe del sismo de 7.5 de magnitud que remeci贸 el Per煤  : El terremoto de magnitud 7.5 en Amazonas, ocurrido en la madrugada del domingo 28 de noviembre, afect贸 diversas zonas de dicha regi贸n, as铆 como localidades de otros departamentos. Por ello, el presidente Pedro Castillo anunci贸, el 煤ltimo lunes, la declaratoria del estado de emergencia en Amazonas, Cajamarca, Loreto y San Mart铆n.


Terremoto en Amazonas: Usuarios registran el momento del sismo de magnitud 7.5 y reportan primeros da帽os

Monday, 14 September 2020

CBC Admits Logging Machinery can SPARK Fires


Nova Scotia Forest fires started by logging 'machine tracks' prompt calls for temporary ban on logging - It begs the question if this contributed to the countless fires that have ravaged British Columbia.

120-hectare fire near Springfield were started in late May by "metal machine tracks creating sparks on rocky terrain."

Photos taken in both areas after the fires also show logging activity — there were piles of logs on the side of roads and charred stacks of logs.

"The ground is all dried out. It's really easy to go up in flames. Like you pick up a handful of moss or ferns and they're just like crumbling with dryness, and it takes nothing to set that kind of debris on fire." (You can thank logging for drying out our forests by clear-cutting trees and their moisture-retaining roots)

Nova Scotia government says it's monitoring conditions, but won't commit to halting forestry activity

Stacks of charred logs could be seen at the site of the fire in late May near Springfield, N.S. (Donna Crossland)

Some Nova Scotians are calling for a ban on logging during hot, dry weather after it was revealed that machinery in the woods caused two forest fires that spanned more than a hundred hectares in Kings County last month.

Nova Scotia's Department of Environment determined a 13-hectare fire in McGee Lake and a 120-hectare fire near Springfield were started in late May by "metal machine tracks creating sparks on rocky terrain."

The department didn't respond to questions about what machine made those tracks and what kind of work was being done, however logging machines such as feller bunchers and forwarders could create those kind of tracks.

Photos taken in both areas after the fires also show logging activity — there were piles of logs on the side of roads and charred stacks of logs.

"To be going into that kind of place and working, it just seems really risky," said Bev Wigney, who runs the Facebook group Annapolis Royal and Area Environment and Ecology.

"The ground is all dried out. It's really easy to go up in flames. Like you pick up a handful of moss or ferns and they're just like crumbling with dryness, and it takes nothing to set that kind of debris on fire."

She wants Nova Scotia to follow the lead of New Brunswick, which last week closed all Crown land, except provincial parks, to recreational and industrial activity, including forestry. 

Nova Scotia's Department of Lands and Forestry said it's working closely with the forestry industry to monitor conditions, but wouldn't say if a ban on forestry would be enforced. 

The 13-hectare fire near McGee Lake and the 120-hectare fire in Springfield were caused 'by metal machine tracks creating sparks on rocky terrain,' according to Nova Scotia Environment. (Brian Taylor)

Nova Scotia has been under a province-wide fire ban for more than a week. That means campfires and backyard fires aren't allowed, but forestry activity continues.

In addition to the Kings County fires, there were at least three other fires burning in remote areas of the province in late May, but Nova Scotia Environment couldn't determine their causes. 

The 120-hectare fire near Alton Road in Springfield was considered out of control due to high winds, and required more than 50 personnel and two helicopters to put it out. 

The Department of Lands and Forestry wouldn't say whether that fire was on Crown land. But a map of the fire area near Springfield provided to the Chronicle Herald matches with a provincial map online that shows forestry on Crown land.

The fire in the Springfield area appears to be on Crown land. (Harvest Plans Map Viewer)


Sunday, 6 September 2020

Canada Fires Caused by LUMBER Mining

How long will it take Beautiful BC to turn to Burnt BC? And yet another lumber harvesting caused fire ... right next to the fire, notice the logging routes and clear cut patch, now dried out and left with combustible timber debris. Dear British Columbians and other Canadians, guess where all your beautiful forests are globally being sold to? All at the expense of your land, smoke-filled air, and lung health .... all of this for greedy careless puppet politicians, who simply follow orders to get paid.

* Various photos from BC and the Kootenay area

#forestfires #saveourchildren #saveourplanet #savethetrees #arrowlakes #beautifulbc #burningbc #kootenayfires #canada #forests #bc #nelson #castlegar #cranbrook

Friday, 21 August 2020

The Reason Why OKANAGAN is BURNING with Forest Fires

It looks like the #BC Lumber industry has a lot of explaining to do ... as #wildfires erupt in and around #logging zones and areas cleared of forest in #Revelstoke and the #Okanagan ... #Kelowna city went as far as even convincing the public that thinning out trees (i.e. further deforestation) would help prevent fires, which is actually just giving them a reason to actively LOG and URBAN DEVELOP those areas. Don't buy this tree thinning lie, because we all know how far wind can carry those lit ashes, which land on dried out timber fallen patches,  covered in  combustible  LOGGING debris.

It's time for the BC government and forestry / logging industry to take accountability for the increased fires that are occurring in our LUMBER driven BC province. They are cutting hundreds of thousands of trees each year, drying out our forests, and leaving patches of combustible timber debris everywhere. They are CREATING the perfect conditions for fire to start. Stop using corporate owned media to conditionally programm people to call it "fire season", when you are actually worsening the fires and making them start. Stop selling our trees to China and the global market in order to fill your own pockets. Stop selling out to the World Bank.

Take a look at the timelapse of the Okanagan above, to see how our land has become transformed, deforested, uprooted, and drought struck over time, bringing us the worst forest fires in our history in the past two decades. ✌馃尣馃尣馃尣馃敟馃敟馃敟

Related Articles:

BC Government & Media LYING about the Cause of Revelstoke FIRES

#OkanaganValley #okanaganfires  #BCfires #Savetheforest #savethetrees #savethepeople #genocide #depopulation #agenda21 #deforestation #canada #SLAVERY #bankers #globalism #globalwarming #climatechange 

Wednesday, 19 August 2020

BC Government & Media LYING about the Cause of Revelstoke FIRES

It looks like the BC Government and corporate-owned media is clearly covering up for the Lumber Industry fire havoc caused once again. The Nelson Star, along with other media outlets, just reported a story with the headline, "Lightning blamed for multiple fire starts across Kootenays". They should change that headline to "LUMBER Industry to blame for multiple fire starts across BC". It can clearly be seen in photos that these FIRES are being started right NEXT TO areas of deforestation, with combustible lumber wood remains clear-cut by the LUMBER industry:

The B.C. Wildfire Service: Lightning caused four small fires to break out on or near Revelstoke’s Mt. Begbie overnight Saturday, Aug. 1. Notice where this fire started - right next to a zone that has been clear-cut of trees. You can also see the logging truck trails.

Not only does the lumber industry cut down trees to sell to China and the global market, at the expense of our FOREST FIRES, but it also leaves these forests DRY and lacking moisture, along with combustible piles of dead wood that is PRONE to catching on fire from heat or lightning. Corporate-owned media outlets will never bring real light to this issue of ongoing forest fires in Western Canada.

According to the Wilderness Committee, an organization aiming to protect biological diversity in Canada, there are several planned logging cuts by BC Timber Sales below the mountain (Mt Begbie in Revelstoke). The area already has been logged multiple times. According to the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Mt. Begbie has deposits of lithium and demand for that rare metal is expected to double, soon. It’s used extensively in making batteries. (Penticton Western News)


A typical clear-cut area of deforested combustible wood debris ready to catch fire near Revelstoke, BC. With the trained eye, these areas are easy to spot while driving through BC and western Alberta.

Deforested patches of land ready to catch fire. These can be seen in numerous mountainsides. When the next fire catches in these areas, you can be sure that lightning and thunderstorms will be to blame.

The typical remains of a deforested area cleared by the lumber industry, with the help of BC Forestry. All that's left are combustible piles of dead wooden debris, just waiting to catch fire. 

Logging and deforestation has caused this once-lush area of past forest and thick tree cover to easily catch fire.

Another forest fire started in a deforested zone, creating a "dry pocket" that is easily prone to fires.

Another fire which has started in a logging zone. You can see the logging route and patch of trees that have been cleared away.

When will the truth come out? When will politicians stop ignorantly blaming climate warming and CO2 emissions for these forest fires occurring in and around logging zones, while omitting the reckless practices of our money-hungry industries? And let's not forget the role of old-growth forests on climate stability, climate-cooling, and preventing fires. We cannot simply cut down hectares of large, old trees and replace them with tiny saplings, expecting that will save our environment and prevent rampaging fires. 

Related Articles:

Logging debris EXACERBATED Shovel Lake fire
Did Massive Deforestation Cause the Fires of 1910?
Logging Industry Will Cause More Fires and More BREATHING Problems


Lightning blamed for multiple fire starts across Kootenays
Fires ignite on Revelstoke’s Mt. Begbie; Kamloops Fire Centre blazes holding