Asteroid Targeted by Massive
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers
Speculation among many of the earth’s scientists today is that the joint effort by United States and Russian Space Forces have successfully targeted, and destroyed, an immense asteroid that had been headed towards our planet.
In our report of April 13th titled “Thousands of Missiles Fired by both Russian and United States Military Forces over Earths Arctic Regions as Large Cosmic Blasts Continue Hitting Planet" we had stated;
“Strange reports have reached us today from our Arctic Regions describing thousands of missile launches from both Russian and American military forces, and from both land based and aircraft launched these missiles that are being directed out of the earth’s atmosphere into the outer space regions of our planets atmosphere.
From various news services however there is being reported that Russia and the United States are conducting Missile Defense Wargames, and as we can read as reported by the Moscow Times News Service in their article titled "Russia, U.S. Launch Joint Missile Defence Wargames", and which says, "Russia and the United States have begun joint missile defence wargames aimed at protecting vital installations in a third country in the course of future international operations, a Russian Defence Ministry release said Monday. The wargames will last until April 23.
The strangeness to these missile
launches is further compounded by the reporting of these events as being a part
of defense wargame between
The firing of these thousands of missiles has apparently been successful, and news reports from the Northern Hemisphere Regions confirm the raining down of the debris from this asteroid all across this vast region.
From the Canadian CBC News Service we can read in their article titled "Meteor sighting thrills Prairie astronomers", the first report of this debris hitting the earths atmosphere, "Stargazing experts have been fielding dozens of calls from people who spotted a massive meteor in the daytime sky over western Manitoba on Saturday. Scott Young of the Manitoba Museum's planetarium says calls are coming in "fast and furious" from people who saw or heard the meteor, which passed over Riding Mountain before exploding high over the St. Ambroise area, north of Portage la Prairie."
Next comes a report from the United States Alaska Region, and as we can read as reported by the Fairbanks Miner Newspaper in their article titled "Official weighs in on reported flash in the sky", and which says, “As 37-year-old John Kempen traveled the Parks Highway to Nenana at about 2 a.m. Saturday, he watched the sky, hoping to point out the northern lights to his girlfriend. But instead of spotting a blur of emerald green, Kempen saw a bright flash of bluish white with sparks for a tail and fiery "chunks breaking off." The comet-like object, maybe the size of a basketball, slid across the sky from the southwest to the northeast.
Following this report, and that had occurred Saturday, on Sunday another round of debris from this destroyed asteroid frightened the American peoples living in their Eastern Coastal Regions, and as we can read as reported by the MSNBC News Service in their article titled "Meteor shower sparks alarm in East Bright lights visible from Long Island to Maine", and which says;
"A meteor shower Sunday night sparked a flurry of frantic phone calls to police departments across New England from people who saw bright lights moving in the sky, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration said. The meteor shower was seen as far north as Portland, Maine, and as far south as Long Island. The bright lights apparently came from the Lyrid meteor shower, which was scheduled to be visible to the naked eye between April 20 and April 25, said Peter Judge, spokesman for the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.“We’re getting various descriptions of lights in the sky,” he said. “Everything from green lights to planes going down.”
On Monday another debris sighting was made in the British Columbia Region of Canada, and as we can read as reported by the Vancouver Sun Newspaper in their article titled "Meteor spotted over southern B.C.", and which says, "A fireball shot across the sky over southern B.C. on Monday. Tyler Foster of the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Penticton said the meteor was probably about the size of a fist. He said it was a rock left over from the formation of the solar system 4.5 billion years ago. Foster said such rocks randomly orbit the sun and occasionally get caught by Earth's gravity and are pulled in. The meteor lit up the skies over Kamloops, but was also seen as far away as the Vancouver area."
To the comments by the American scientist Neal Brown (above), University of Alaska, that this debris could not have been a part of the Lyrid is correct, and which makes puzzling the comments (above) of the official quoted by the MSNBC News Service, Peter Judge, that the debris sighted in the American Eastern Coastal Regions had come from them, but would have been impossible due to the angle of the earth in relation to them.
Long has there been both speculation and research into the protecting of the earth from asteroids, and as we can read from the American Space.Com report titled "Space-Based Missile Defense Needed to Thwart Asteroid Attacks", and which says, "Earth is little more than a sitting duck in a cosmic shooting gallery, the scientists tell us. But that doesn't mean we can't shoot back. If an asteroid is ever found to have our planet in its sights, a carefully aimed missile can simply knock the rock off course. There's one little problem. It's hard to deflect something that's coming right at you."
Russian scientists are also stating that due to the eyewitnesses of the debris falling from this shattered asteroid, and describing flashes of green, the likelihood of it having had a high copper content is very strong. Due also to the timing between when the Americans and Russian Space Forces had fired their missiles, April 13th, and the first debris entering earths atmosphere, April 23ed, the asteroid they targeted would have been about 2.7 million kilometers from our earth, or a little over 7 Lunar Distances.
Of the over 90,000 asteroids currently identified, and not mentioning those that haven’t been, we are unable to identify at this time which asteroid had been the targeted one, this remains known only to the American and Russian Space Forces themselves.
Of even greater concern to the world scientists today though is the speculation that the massive gravitational anomaly created by the Great Sumatra Earthquake of 2004 is acting in a manner which is attracting more of these types of asteroids towards our earth home, and about which we can read as reported by the Live Science News Service in their article titled, "Sumatran Quake Left 'Scar' on Earth's Gravity" and which says;
"The devastating 2004 Sumatran earthquake, which caused the worst tsunami in modern times, should have left a detectable scar on Earth's gravity field, European scientists said Monday. The magnitude 9.3 earthquake has already been said to have shortened the day by fractions of a second, shifted the North Pole by an inch, and made the planet less fat around the middle.The new prediction comes from Roberto Sabadini and Giorgio Dalla Via at the University of Milan. The idea is fairly straightforward. The strength of Earth's gravity varies depending on the depth of a trench or height of a mountain, as well as the density of material. Even changing tides alter the gravity field."
To the Western peoples about these events they continue in their ignoring of them, and in ignoring they fail also to prepare for the rest of the events soon to come that will show them the nature of all true things, and which is now being withheld from them. As to always our efforts must be to warn them so that they may hear, and in hearing prepare, and when these things surround them their hearts will not fail them in their most fearful moments.
[Ed. Note: The United States government
actively seeks to find, and silence, any and all opinions about the