Update 10/28/12: See this.
This morning, aware of Mercury turning to go retrograde on Election Day, and of the possible East Coast storm track and massive power outages for Frankenstorm Sandy , and of the seemingly exquisite timing (expected landfall Tuesday, October 30, one day past the high-tides of Scorpio/Taurus Full Moon and one week prior to Tuesday, November 6th elections), I googled, “Hurricane Sandy caused by HAARP?”
I’m not the only one to ask that question.
Here’s what harpstatus.com says about HAARP and the storm:
[HaarpStatus.com is a real-time sensor network from over 28 sensors placed in rural areas across the United States. The sensors can detect the HAARP frequency on the ionosphere. Monitors plasma and ions in the atmosphere trying to predict extreme weather anomalies, and solar radiation effects.]
October 26, 2012 – 1:00p EDT
Strongest readings in the history of this project have peaked. A never before seen white-shade indicates that a value higher than 10 on the
1-10 scale has been indicated. It has no color assigned!
HaarpStatus has finally come to a bullseye over what looks like Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Current projections at NOAA say Hurricane Sandy will hit New Jersey. Our status numbers disagree. The storm is being steered toward the higher concentration numbers.
Truly remarkable numbers and it is one to archive because this may never be seen again in a very long time.
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Here’s one view of the storm and the elections and HAARP (I could do without the creepy music):
And, of course, Alex Jones weighs in, calling the storm a “Divine Wind for Obama.”
My question: how do we know it’s Obama that’s behind the conspiracy, if indeed there is one, to disrupt the elections (and call in the troops, institute martial law, activate FEMA camps, finalize the police state, and yada yada!) in this particular manner?
Answer: we don’t.
Bottom line is: Mercury, planet of communications, will turn to go retrograde on that very day of the U.S. Elections. And as above, so below.
The last time Mercury was retrograde during U.S. Elections was during the Supreme Court-ruled, hanging-chad 2000 debacle. This time the confusion is bound to be even more intense, since when a planet turns, on the very day it turns, the effects are most powerful.