Merging Black Holes, Antarctica Pulses, Receding Tides, Earthquakes, and Hurricanes - A Jigsaw Puzzle Part I

from Rogue Money:

The data sets also indicate that this is something ancient and that perhaps somebody has flipped the ‘ON’ switch. I’m not sure if the ‘ancient’ descriptor is legitimate. But I do trust that the descriptors of ‘guidance,’ ‘sentinel,’ and ‘ray gun’ do apply.”

— Clif High, interview with Sarah Westall, August 2017

Many people set out on an organized quest when they assemble a jigsaw puzzle. Personally, I like to pick out all the flat-side pieces and connect the border of the picture first. Then I tend to sort the pieces into piles by their dominant colors. Sometimes, within those piles, I'll further sort those colored pieces by their general jigsaw shape.

In this article, I am laying out a few jigsaw puzzle pieces. Some do belong with each other. Some might belong to a different puzzle box. But I will lay them out nonetheless and see where it takes us. In a previous blog [linked here], I introduced this new topic of #Celestials as a hazy disassembled puzzle that invites the readers and armchair scientists out there to put our heads together and look at the futuristic agenda through the eyes of those overlords who have an endgame in mind. Mr. W. has suggested that we think about how the alignments of hyper-dimensional energy waves within our galaxy have an effect on the destructive potential of directed energy weapons. So, if we could figure out what future alignments such a Cabalist would be looking for by which to set his countdown clock, then we might be able to foil their plan of using our own planet and sun against the human race.

In that spirit, I've been thinking about the rush of events that have been happening in just the last six weeks. I am talking about the sudden avalanche of energy events that have exploded within days of each other, some of which you likely haven't even heard of. These are being mentioned in this post as possible puzzle pieces as we try to bring the Cabalists' countdown clock into view. Remember: these #Celestial posts are not meant to present the completed image of this phenomenal jigsaw puzzle; they are only a means of organizing the pieces for display. We all need to work on this puzzle together.

Below and in my blog to follow, I will present summaries of these three recent natural, or not-so-natural, energy events:

1. August 11: Somebody in Antarctica has been re-directing pulses of natural energy at particular times for at least a year, culminating with a highly strange, extended pattern that reached all the way across the southern hemisphere up to central Mexico or possibly further.

2. August 11-12: Coastal residents in Uruguay and Brazil observed their ocean "disappear" and recede several hundred meters from their coastlines. No tsunami occurred and the water lines eventually resumed to normal.

3. August 14: The resultant gravitational wave signal left by the marriage of two black holeslocated 2 billion light years away was detected by Europe's Virgo interferometer. Scientists hope that observations made by the LIGO and Virgo instruments will launch "a new field of astronomy," a better understanding of the physics of outer space, and most importantly, how to bend the fabric of space-time. 

All three of these events immediately preceded the devastating monster hurricanes that barreled through the Caribbean, leaving a path of destruction in Houston, Miami, Puerto Rico, to name but a few affected areas. At the same time, Mexico was hit on her southwestern coast with an 8.1 temblor which was followed days later by a supposedly unrelated 7.1 earthquake in central Mexico, leaving hundreds dead in Mexico City.

Two Black Holes Send a Signal

A story that only a true physics geek would love: two dancing black holes that became one. As reported by Loren Grush at, from a galaxy far, far away, on August 14th, the Virgo interferometer in Pisa, Italy detected the gravitational wave signature of an astonishing event that took place nearly 2 billion light years away from Earth. This is the fourth such gravity wave that has been detected by the LIGO observatory in two years:

Astronomers say they have detected another set of gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of space and time traveling throughout the Universe.... Even these waves diminish significantly on their way to Earth, they can only be detected with the most sensitive instruments. That’s where LIGO and Virgo come in. Each facility is shaped like an “L,” with two long vacuum-sealed tunnels that contain a suspend mirror on both ends. A split laser shining at each mirror is located where the two tunnels meet. When a wave passes, space-time is warped in such a way that it will seem as though the mirrors are getting closer and farther away from the source of the laser. Scientists can measure these movements by timing how long it takes for the laser to reach each mirror. It can be a tiny amount: the movements of the mirrors are 1,000 times smaller than the width of a proton.
On August 25th, LIGO finished its latest observing run that began on November 30th, 2016. It has resulted in at least three detections (and perhaps more that the collaboration hasn’t revealed yet). Virgo, which is slightly less sensitive than LIGO, started its own observations on August 1st, giving the observatory just enough time to detect this black hole merger on August 14th. The two black holes had masses 31 and 25 times that of our Sun, spinning around each other 1.8 billion light-years away. They eventually merged into a single black hole 53 times the mass of our Sun, the study says.

The stated purpose of the Virgo station is pretty interesting in itself. Per her Wikipedia page:

The first goal of Virgo is to directly observe gravitational waves, a straightforward prediction of Albert Einstein's general relativity.... On the longer term, after accomplishing the primary goal of discovering gravitational waves, Virgo aims at being part of the birth of a new branch of astronomy by observing the Universe with a different and complementary perspective than current telescopes and detectors. Information brought by gravitational waves will be added to those provided by the study of the electromagnetic spectrum (microwaves, radio waves, infrared, the visible spectrum, ultraviolet, X rays and gamma rays), of cosmic rays and of neutrinos. 

Other science articles indicate that the LIGO and Virgo research will enable scientists to either confirm Einstein's general relativity or, even better, figure out where his famous theory is lacking. In any event, the research should keep adding to the evidence that will (or has?) lead to evolving that elusive Unified Theory of Everything. Now, I will admit that I am no physics expert and 2 billion light years' worth of distance might seem to be too much of a distance for anything "out there" to radically affect anything "in here." That may be true or maybe we just need a better understanding of what the domino effects are from waves rolling through the universe and connecting with other energy grids. However, what does seem evident is that the scientists who operate at this protected elite level of research are definitely seeking to understand the signal, the information, that is yielded by such a powerful event. On August 14th, they detected such a signal in Europe.

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