March 11th 2011

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biffvernon wrote:Beat this for fruit-loopery:
n a latest statement Benjamin Fulford said, Earthquake attack on Japan originated in New Mexico and Nevada, U.S. New Madrid fault line next target.

The horrific earthquake weapon HAARP (which can also cause spacequake) attack on Japan on March 11, 2011 which resulting in 10 meter tsunamis along much of Japan’s coast line came from rogue elements of the U.S. government located in underground bases in New Mexico and Nevada, according to pentagon and CIA sources. read it all
http://www.nowpublic.com/world/haarp-ca ... unami-2011
Hows this one.

My daughter had a clock tattood on her back on March 5th with the time 2:46

:shock:

(It just happens to be the time she was born :D )
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clv101 wrote:Here's one of his last posts (from Google cache):
TroubledTimes wrote:FWIW, I believe March 11th to be the most significant date since 9/11. Forget black Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and even if long term the price is expected to normalize, in the short term, this is shock and awe and will hurt and frighten a lot of people. Sorry to be so negative, but expect the worst, and anything above that is a bonus.
Good work for digging this up.

A bit of a coincidence with the date but presumably TT was not expecting an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown?! Unless TT's real name is Nostradamus probably had unrest in North Africa/ME in mind.
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Tawney wrote:
clv101 wrote:Here's one of his last posts (from Google cache):
TroubledTimes wrote:FWIW, I believe March 11th to be the most significant date since 9/11. Forget black Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and even if long term the price is expected to normalize, in the short term, this is shock and awe and will hurt and frighten a lot of people. Sorry to be so negative, but expect the worst, and anything above that is a bonus.
Good work for digging this up.

A bit of a coincidence with the date but presumably TT was not expecting an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown?! Unless TT's real name is Nostradamus probably had unrest in North Africa/ME in mind.
Interesting though the last post from his blog that Ziggy posted up. Maybe he had 11th March in his mind as a significant date but thought it must be to do with the ME. His description of a 'shock and awe' type event with many casualties seems to fit the earthquake better though.

Given his (her?) sudden disappearance, it is likely to remain a mystery. Is it significant that this post was one of the ones deleted?
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I suppose this "11 de marzo" can now be quietly filed away then...
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My daughter had a clock tattood on her back on March 5th with the time 2:46
Its got to be better than " Daz"

or even " I luv Daz 4 ever"

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Andy Hunt wrote: Interesting though the last post from his blog that Ziggy posted up. Maybe he had 11th March in his mind as a significant date but thought it must be to do with the ME. His description of a 'shock and awe' type event with many casualties seems to fit the earthquake better though.

Given his (her?) sudden disappearance, it is likely to remain a mystery. Is it significant that this post was one of the ones deleted?
I know I'm opening myself up to ridicule here, but I have read - in less than reliable places, for sure - of rumours of experiments with artificial seismic activity. And yes, it did cause me to wonder whether it was just possible that a colossal distraction was planned for a day that might have been a turning point in the Middle East.

I don't suppose the Japanese quake was anything other than what it seems... but 1% of my brain still wonders :\
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Aurora wrote: Nah, TT's just had enough of RGR and Lord Boring The Third.
RGR? Must be 18 months since he last posted regularly.
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I've just checked out http://troubledtimes.co.uk, where TT said he'd increased his warning to "critical". All that's there is a slightly strange home page and no links to anything else. Who is this guy???!
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It's a striking image at http://troubledtimes.co.uk
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Ludwig wrote:Who is this guy???!
Nick Arnold: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bang!_%28hardcore%29
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... but at http://troubledtimes-co-uk.blogspot.com/ most of the posts are by "Kieran" - are they two different people?
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clv101 wrote:
Ludwig wrote:Who is this guy???!
Nick Arnold: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bang!_%28hardcore%29
:?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :shock: :?: ... No, sorry, you've lost me :\
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Ludwig wrote:
clv101 wrote:
Ludwig wrote:Who is this guy???!
Nick Arnold: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bang!_%28hardcore%29
:?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :shock: :?: ... No, sorry, you've lost me :\
+1. :?:
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bad link - not working automatically - copy and past whole line into browser:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bang!_%28hardcore%29

He makes some pretty good music.
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I don't know anything about the reliability of these Web sites, but the explanations seem measured and written by people who at least give the impression of knowing what they're talking about:

http://www2.ggl.ulaval.ca/personnel/pag ... N_Full.pdf

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s ... ogle.co.uk (Google cached page still there; actual page inaccessible :\ )
Last edited by Ludwig on Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:57 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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