Is it possible that the Halloween Asteroid due to pass by the earth this Halloween may in fact be a CIA cover for a man-made asteroid attack that will hit the earth and create huge destruction?
According to one researcher, the CIA are plotting a twin man-made asteroid attack at their headquarters beneath Lake Genevais, and all of the other recent asteroid close-calls have been a rehearsal for the main event this month.
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Truther News reports:
Although a major asteroid, comet or meteor has not struck Earth since the Dinosaur Age, one is expected nonetheless by Halloween, October 31, 2015.
In what appears to be CIA cover for the impending man-made asteroid strike, NASA recently stated that Asteroid (410777) 2009 FD, which is “large enough to be potentially hazardous, will pass Earth on October 29, 2015 (16.3 lunar distances). Consequently, an alleged attack by Asteroid (410777) 2009 FD and/or one of its alleged moons is expected.
It is imperative to note that within the last 18-months, over 10 asteroids, comets and meteors have allegedly passed within striking distance of Earth. This notion only makes sense when it’s understood that all of these asteroids have been fabricated by the ESA and NASA (at the behest of the CIA) in order to provide the necessary cover for the impending man-made asteroid attack.
Back on December 10, 2013, Truther.org published a terror alert in respect to a man-made asteroid attack from Comet ISON. Less than 24-hours later, Comet ISON was officially declared dead by NASA. Needless to say, in the aftermath of this report, the JADE HELM 15 man-made asteroid attack will also be declared dead.
Although the Comet ISON attack by the CIA in Switzerland was ultimately thwarted, the plot to terrorize humanity with an artificial space rock is alive and well. Despite the fact that a major asteroid has not struck the planet since the dinosaur age, a Doomsday asteroid will strike Earth prior to President Obama leaving office on January 20, 2017.
As evidenced herein, there have been more than 30 asteroids, comets, fireballs, meteoroids and meteorites which have entered Earth’s orbit within the last calendar year (see list below). Needless to say, the unprecedented amount of space rock-related activity suggests that a man-made asteroid attack is imminent.
Exactly when the asteroid will strike is not known, but September 2015 appears to be the chosen time. Interestingly, despite the incessant rumors (see below), a specific asteroid has not been named by NASA for the September attack.
In what appears to be pre-Fall 2015 asteroid attack propaganda, the BBC published a report back on August 20, 2015, entitled “NASA: Asteroid Capable of Wiping out US Won’t Hit Us on 15 September, Probably”. The term “probably” confirms that an asteroid strike is now in play for September of 2015.
A day later on August 21, 2015, Forbes magazine published a report entitled “NASA Assures An Asteroid Will Not Kill Us All Next Month”. The fact that NASA addressed the September asteroid rumor confirms, albeit in a de facto manner, that a September asteroid strike is in play.
Three days later on August 24, 2015, the Times of Israel published a report entitled “Mock Trial in Israel to Debate Who Pays When Asteroid Hits”. Needless to say, the mock asteroid trial is designed to raise the notion of an asteroid strike on an international level just prior to its fruition in reality.
In what appears to be a beta-test of the actual man-made asteroid, it was reported on July 31, 2015, that a fireball turned the sky green over Argentina. The so-called fireball witnessed had all the earmarks of a man-made asteroid, namely the brightness, color and speed, not to mention that it was predictably never identified by NASA or the ESA.
Roughly a month later on September 7, 2015, another mysterious fireball lit up the sky over Bangkok, Thailand. Again, the so-called fireball had all the earmarks of a man-made asteroid, namely the brightness, color and speed, not to mention that it was predictably never identified by NASA or the ESA.
Roughly a month later on October 1, 2015, the Sun published a report entitled “Plan to Save the World from Armageddon: Space Mission will Deflect Asteroid in Practice to Avoid Doomsday Destruction”, raising the specter of an asteroid strike just prior to its fruition in reality.
In what appears to be more pre-Doomsday asteroid attack programming, Russia Today published a report five days later on October 6, 2015, entitled “It’s the End of the World Again, For Real This Time, Maybe”. Predictably, the article features a photo of a space-related event.
If and when a Doomsday asteroid strikes planet Earth, it will most likely land in the Gulf of Mexico or the Pacific Ocean and the so-called Ring of Fire, causing massive man-made earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes around the globe.
The man-made asteroid would never strike land because there it could be located, examined and tested by scientists for its authenticity. This obviously cannot be allowed to happen so it must quickly sink into the abyss of the ocean never to be seen again.
Coincidentally, Yahoo News published a report on January 2, 2015, entitled “Are Ocean Asteroid Impacts Really a Serious Threat?” According to the report, “If a space rock were to hit the Earth at just the right location in the oceans, it could cause massive waves that could inundate U.S. coastlines”. Translation, the asteroid would cause tsunamis around the world, killing millions.
Lastly, when the European Space Agency (ESA) allegedly landed the Philae spacecraft on the 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko comet on November 12, 2014, it was a publicity stunt designed to program the masses for the impending asteroid attack.
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