by Mark Sircus
Hiding elephants in the room is
easy for the press and so is hiding the biggest events on the planet
like they don't matter.
It is not just
Facebook that are guilty of
information manipulation but
every mainstream newspaper in the world,
which are privately owned by a small group of people (the 'One
percent'), are spoon
feeding the public in a way that Nazi and Communist
propaganda machines hardly aspired to.
The news has been brought
down to a level of trivia and worse.
It is now being used
as a weapon to create division, separation and conflict as well
as confusion and sickness of mind, body and spirit.
They do not want us to
know that great changes are happening this past two months on our
planet, which will have dire consequences in terms of climate and
They will not be able to
hide it forever but just like we have seen in countless movies, we
will be the last to know, with the excuse of not creating a panic or
even an intelligent movement to prepare.
We have had a series
volcanic eruptions these past
weeks that together are beginning to look equal to just one
volcanic eruption in the past that have led to a year or two to
without summers and a disaster in the agricultural sector.
We have already had
disasters this year in,
flooding, cold, rain and snow.
Huge reductions of
food production have been reported and prices are just beginning
to reflect our new food reality.
1816 is known as
The Year Without a Summer when
one of the worst climate disasters in history occurred.
Weather patterns shifted,
temperatures fell significantly, sunlight was blocked and snow fell
in areas that normally experienced tropical climates.
volcanic eruptions are those that
send clouds above the level where they begin to have a cooling
Particulates ejected to
altitudes above 32,800 feet (10 km) - and into the stratosphere -
have a direct cooling effect on the planet.
Friday June 28 and
This past Friday (June 2019) another high-impact eruption
took place at
Manam volcano, Papua New Guinea
following on from the previous day's explosion to 12.2 km, and the
general uptick which began last year.
A thick volcanic ash
plume, rising to at least 50,000 feet (15.2 km) above sea level, was
spotted by the Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC)
Darwin at 06:59 UTC on June 28.
Wednesday - June
Ulawun's (New Britain, Papua New
Guinea) earlier eruption to 50,000 feet (15.2km) today, June 26, has
just been revised to that of a full-scale subplinian eruption, the
world's first since
Calbuco, Chile in 2015, which
ranked as a
ASH FIRED TO 63,000 FEET
NASA has recently released an amazing photograph of the circular
eruption column during Raikoke's reawakening on June 21-22, which
topped out at 43,000 ft (13 km)
Powerful high-level eruptions have been ongoing at
Raikoke volcano, Russia ever-since
the massive unexpected explosion that took place on June 21-22.
According to the
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Tokyo, the earlier eruption
sent volcanic ash to an estimated 38,000 feet (11.6 km) above sea
187 exhalations detected at Mexico's
Popocatépetl Volcano (just outside
of Mexico City) in just 24 hours - the largest of which sends ash to
42,000 feet (12.8 km).
Popocatépetl, whose name
means Smoking Mountain in Nahuatl, the language of the
Aztecs, sprang back to life in 1994 (solar minimum
cycle 22) after half a century of
Over the past few months,
violent activity at the volcano has increased tenfold, correlating
neatly with the sharp drop-off in solar activity.
Mexico's Popocatépetl continued its explosive uptick in style today,
June 03, by firing an ash column to approximately 37,000 feet (11.3
km) above sea level - the volcano's largest eruption in years.
Sumatra's incredibly active
Sinabung Volcano has exploded in
spectacular fashion again today, June 09, sending volcanic ash high
into the atmosphere. The explosion also coincided with a minor G1
The Volcanic Ash
Advisory Center (VAAC)
at Darwin is warning of a thick
ash plume rising to a lofty 55,000 feet (16.7 km).
The Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Darwin has warned of
a colossal volcanic ash plume rising to 50,000 feet (15.2km), or
flight level 500, from northern Sumatra's powerful stratovolcano -
Mexico was hit by a freak early morning storm on Sunday that saw
hail pile up to over 6 feet (1.8 m)
in and around the city of Guadalajara.
Roads were blocked and
extensive damage was reported following the monster hail that struck
at 01:00 AM Sunday (local time). Streets were quickly transformed
into rivers of dense, fast-moving hail, trapping drivers in their
vehicles and forcing numerous rescue operations.
Climate change is real but man-made global warming is not. Nature is
making history! These series of eruptions are for the history books.
So is Sunday's hail
storm. No one is adding the combined consequences of the cooling
effect these volcanoes will have and certainly we do not know what
is coming next.
But this is exactly what
astrophysicists would expect as
cosmic rays increase (that
penetrate the earth) as the sun dims during its entrance into the
next Grand Solar Minimum.
More violent weather, more snow, rain, in some places heat, but
the real difficulty will be cold
and short and sometimes non-existent growing seasons. This year has
been a wipeout for many American farmers with the record floods.
Expect much higher food
prices and energy costs to heat homes.
Here in Brazil, most homes do not have heat and the only way my wife
and I stay comfortable in the winter is by using
infrared mattresses. They are dream
machines that double as medical devices and save money when it is
cold since you do not have to heat the whole house only one's self
Believe me there is
nothing like it.
For thousands of years traditional oriental doctors have know that
cold is a main cause of disease.
Low body temperature makes it very difficult to vanquish cancer
because for every degree below normal one's temperature drops one
loses approximately 25 percent of their immune system strength.
I almost always recommend
infrared therapy for cancer patients.
There is even a special
branch of oncology that uses heat to go in for the kill on cancer