Thursday, January 28, 2010

When Angels play their HAARP(s) in Haiti

So after watching the streaming video on my computer, and viewing the same image shown on CNN and other news stations, I started to compare the earthquake of San Francisco in '89, which registered 7.1 and Haiti's that registered 7.0


Look at the photos and tell me what you first notice?

A building from the S.F. earthquake

These three photos are from the San Francisco Earthquake.  Pay special attention to the foundations.  See how the building is damaged from the earth up, as is to be expected.

 This is the before and after picture.

What I find most interesting is how the damage is to the top of the buildings, rather than the bottom. 

Did  you know that the neighboring towns, didn't feel a thing?  That's right.  They may have felt a tremor, but that's just crazy!  I remember feeling the S.F. earthquake and I was 70 miles away!

How about the lack of tsunamis?  One would expect something from the ocean. 

Where is all the aid going?  Haiti has still not received what we promised.

It's just very fishey to me.

But in the light of HAARP, it makes perfect sense.

You can read more on that here:

Thursday, January 21, 2010

March 30, 2010

To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: question re: Temple Sacrifice
Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 12:53:33 +0200

From: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:20 PM
Subject: question re: Temple Sacrifice

Dear Friends,

Here is an excerpt from your website:

We realize that this approach is as controversial as it is courageous; passivity always appears the safer course, even if appearances are deceiving. The controversy is part of a fundamental debate whether the Jewish people must passively await their redemption which will be a one-shot deal or they are enjoined to make preparations and sacrifices in both senses of the word to prepare the stage for their redemption. If you subscribe to the second approach, then one can hardly find a cause more worthy than restoring the Korban Pesach to its pride of place as a symbol of Jewish unity.

From what I gather, this year you intend, on March 30, 2010, to sacrifice on the actual Temple Mount. This news is spreading quickly, we are all watching with eager anticipation!
I have a couple of questions I would love to have answered:

1. Do you intend to use the newly built altar? I understand it is mobile. I have also heard that other tools have been prepared for use. Yes

2. Another very important question I would love to know, do you intend to erect any kind of tent or portable Tabernacle? No need for a tent. The sky is enough.
But every step is dependent on the permission of the secular government of Israel. Meanwhile, the government is afraid from the Arabs. And afraid of changing the Jews attitude to the religion following such act.

If you would be so kind as to respond to my email and answer my questions, I would be most grateful!
My contact information is below.

I'll be watching ever so closely!!