Saturday, 16 February 2013

Russian Meteor...

Yesterday morning, the world awoke to the announcement of a meteor blazing a trail across the skies of the Russian Urals region. According to the mainstream media, the object broke apart in the atmosphere releasing a huge amount of energy. The combined shockwave and sonic booms allegedly damaged buildings and shattered windows for miles in every direction. This event sat amongst a bevy of strange ‘coincidences’ and references to other events – events which are now viewed by numerous alternative researchers in a slightly different historical light.

As the story continued to be reported throughout the day, I began to feel that there something about all this that didn’t feel quite right. Not long after the event took, one mainstream news (MSN) channel referred to several eyewitness accounts of rockets/missiles having been fired at the meteor. The impact of these shattered the meteor in the atmosphere and prevented a larger impact with the ground. Nothing more of these accounts were subsequently reported by MSN.

I came across a few references to this scenario (including alleged eye witness mobile phone footage of these missile impacts), however nothing of significance materialised on the internet. Is it possible that this really occurred and accounts/footage has been removed from the net? Who knows for certain…

The MSN ‘talking heads’ compared the event to the infamous Tunguska scenario of 1908. Tunguska was referred to in these discussions as a meteor which exploded in the sky above the region and flattened hundreds of miles of forest.  Any keen eyed alternative researcher will know that there is more to ‘Tunguska’ than meets the eye.

Many of the eyewitnesses on that fateful day spoke of seeing “an oval-shaped mass moving across the sky, as well as seeing the object change course, and of having a very low speed.” The object was described by a traveller on the Trans-Siberian Railway as “moving erratically.” For many decades, following the event, respected academics mounted many expeditions to study the region and continued to fail to locate any remnants of a meteorite. Sergei Korolyov, the father of Soviet space science, became convinced that an alien spaceship had exploded over the region. Russian engineer E. Krutelev published his analysis Tunguska in the ‘Rabochaya Tribuna’ newspaper in 1991 and concluded that what occurred was actually the “take-off” of a craft. Many who have studied the Tunguska event conclude that the object was (if nothing else) of “artificial origin”.

More unusual are the claims that the explosion was a result of an experiment originating from the research of Nikola Tesla. On December 8th, 1915, The New York Times carried an article entitled “Tesla’s new device like bolts of Thor.” It is claimed that his designs could transmit large amounts of “wireless energy” and produce destructive effects at any point on the globe. It is widely believed that Tunguska was precisely the location where Tesla chose to test the invention.

Never the less, the MSN chose to ignore all the Tunguska research and describe the events as an exploding meteor.

But the strangeness doesn’t end there.

Yesterday also heralded the closest fly-by of asteroid 2012 DA14. “Experts” in astronomy and space science were paraded onto the TV screen and exclaimed that there was no danger of 2012 DA14 hitting the earth. The morning events in Russia were considered nothing more than a “Cosmic Coincidence” and had no relation to the 2012 DA14 fly-by. Coincidences do happen, of course!

Despite the reassurances that we were in no danger of catastrophic asteroid/meteor impacts, it was curious that almost all of these interviews contained speculative “what if” scenarios. These discussions included scenarios of flattened cities, extinction level events, etc. These news pieces appeared to carry all the hallmarks of social engineering tactics, including perceptual management, engineered consent and propagation of fear.

Such earth shattering scenarios have been alluded to in many of the damning documents that discuss psychological means to control the masses. The usurping of climate change, international terrorism, etc., is as much a part of these tactics as “the object from space” is. All branches of the media reinforce this. The news gives us the main “talking points”, the documentaries and current affairs programs flesh out the case in point, and the movies/TV shows either reinforce the dogma via predictive programming, or provide a “plausible deniability clause” should those in control wish to do a U-turn at a later date. The meteor / asteroid predictive programming has been managed to great effect in films like Armageddon and Deep Impact, with occasional “top-ups” – such as the recent Derren Brown “Apocalypse”.

It is also curious that, within the last week, an interview with the infamous “Bomber Harris” was released into the public domain. The timing of this was very peculiar and didn’t seem to make much sense. The root of the interview seemed to be a justification of state sponsored, mass civilian casualties during times of crisis or war. What is particularly interesting is the “strategy of terror” (ironic name!) inflicted by both sides during WW2. The overall architects of this strategy of fear were the psychologists and psychiatrists employed by the likes of The Tavistock Institute. Is there a connection between this and the confusion, muddle-up, and fear tactics employed yesterday?

If something amiss occurred, then we shouldn’t be in the least bit surprised. I recall how I felt on 9/11, when the pieces just didn’t seem to fit right. The footage of “planes” impacting The Twin Towers seemed “Hollywood”, almost “hyper-real”. The air of the “hyper-real” struck me again yesterday. Clear blues skies (just like 9/11) to accentuate the footage, clips tightly edited so as to avoid/muddy the clarity of the moment of impact/explosion (just like 9/11), talking heads almost immediately telling us exactly what has occurred (just like 9/11), a nice dollop of fear mongering to keep the masses wondering (just like 9/11), and, of course, the story seemed to overshadow everything else being reported.

Maybe I’m reading something into nothing here. It is unfortunate that this story with probably disappear from the public consciousness very quickly, making it almost impossible to investigate further. As with all these events, I believe it crucial that we keep a level headed, but open, mind.

I realise that I have not posted much here lately. Unfortunately, I continue to be plagued with a number of health problems which make it very painful for me to sit and type (or research for that matter), let alone stand up. The dates have been set for my treatment/surgery so I hope to get back on board with everything soon.

In the meantime, thank you for all your continued readership and support, and remember to take care of yourself and each other.

All the best!
Carl (The Truth Seeker’s Guide)

15 comments:

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

*Update*
Some interesting stories now floating about, including this one - Zhirinovsky: no meteorites, it’s new US weapons test - http://themoscownews.com/russia/20130215/191238274/Zhirinovsky-no-meteorites-its-new-US-weapons-test.html

Carl (The 'Guide)

captron52 said...

Hey Carl sure hope those health problems are clearing up quickly!

Graham Connolly said...

Can anyone explain why this event didn't cause an EMP. We hear so much in recent years about how a rogue nation may decide to detonate a nuclear far above a country effectively sending them 150years into the past without initially injuring anybody. If this explosion was comparable to a nuclear explosion then why no EMP? So is this proof that the whole EMP scary story is just pure bullshit?

Cthulhu Risin' said...

Hi there! I just stumbled upon your blog last night,(while trying to find out if anyone else noticed some of the weird shit I was noticing in Search For Spock)and I worked my way backwards through every post until I got to here! Great writing Carl, yours is the first "conspiracy" site I have ever found that I wouldn't be ashamed to share with friends. I love the way your posts are full of verifiable FACTS, and you keep the wild speculation to a minimum. Sometimes I get depressed when I feel like there is nobody out there with a calm, clear head taking a reasonable look at some of these issues, maybe you are the guy. Can't wait for your next post, cheers from Oregon!

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Christopher Dos Santos said...

Namaste brother Carl; sorry to hear of your poor health, my best wishes go out for a speedy recovery. Great story, very interesting, it is a real treat having the pleasure to catch up on your posts.

In Lak'ech, prosper with health lived with love...

Christopher Dos Santos said...

Namaste brother Carl; I tried to post a comment last week but failed. Good post always entertaining and informative. Thanks for keeping up with the blog, especially considering poor health. My best wishes go out to you for a speedy recovery.

In Lak'ech prosper with love live with health...

Christopher Dos Santos said...

Namaste brother Carl; I have left a couple of comments but they seem to have been missed. Thanks for the post, as always it was an interesting and informative read. Best wishes go out to you for a speedy recovery.

In Lak'ech, brother Carl, prosper with health live with love.....

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Many thanks for the comment, hajjandumrah. I really appreciate you dropping by.
All the best!
Carl (The 'Guide)

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Cheers Cthulhu.
Thanks for dropping in and all your support. I am very slowly working on some more extensive material relating to 'Trek' and Sci-Fi in general which I will hopefully post here in due course.
All the best for now!
Carl (The 'Guide)

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Many thanks for the comment, Graham.
Unfortunately I was unable to do any further research on this subject due to health problems, but if you (or anybody else!) has any further research, links, etc., please feel free to leave the links in the comments and I will do an update.
Cheers and all the best!
Carl (The 'Guide)

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Many thanks Ron.
Sorry for the delay in replying. My latest post gives some detail on my absence. Suffice to say, it has been rough. Still not out of the woods yet but I'm still here!!
All the best to you and yours, my friend.
Carl (The 'Guide)

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Cheers Chris.
Sorry for not being able to get back to you sooner. Health problems still very much hindering me. I really appreciate all your support and well wishes.
I hope all is well with you.
All the best my friend!
Carl (The 'Guide)

Scott Morrison said...

Guys. Listen. I know that conspiracy theories are fun and all but this is absolutely not accurate of scientific.

Listen to this Canadian science show that can fill you in on all the proper and accurate details.

Look for the November 8th, 2013:
http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/includes/quirksaio.xml

The Truth Seeker's Guide said...

Many thanks for the information Scott.
As you may recall, I did say in the article "Maybe I’m reading something into nothing here."
It is important that people ask the bigger questions about the world around us, even if they do seem a bit "out there" sometimes.
The minute that we stop using critical thought or heightened awareness, we may as well all walk around with earplugs and paper bags over our heads!
Conspiracies - Fun? - No.
Awareness - Awake? - Yes.
Many thanks for your thoughts though.
Carl (The 'Guide)