Hurricane Katrina’s connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes – part 2

Hurricane Katrina’s connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes – part 2

Hurricane Katrina's connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes - part 2
…so remarkable about that is, that to the same day of the encounter with the Pluto of the Katrina Hurricane chart – 44 tornados and 122 severe wind reports were recorded – almost like an invisible connection to the first mother of events (Katrina) called the evil spirit of the winds for another showdown with Louisianians. The entire complex gets even more stunning. Shy of a partial degree, but still exact enough, since the center of Katrina was most likely slightly of the city center of New Orleans (which is the base of my calculations), the encounter with Jupiter of the chart turns out to be – na, I believe you can guess it – Hurricane Ida. So, both severe weather phenomena, five and sixteen years after Katrina, are already embedded in the chart of the day of one of the most devastating hurricanes that have thus far hit the Gulf Coast of the US. …

Hurricane Katrina’s connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes

Hurricane Katrina’s connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes

Hurricane Katrina's connection to Hurricane Ida and to a swarm of tornadoes - free content
Every year the Gulf Coast of the United States gets visited by unwanted visitors that leave a destructive and deadly path behind them. They all have one thing in common, sharing the same family name, which comes from the Taino Native American word, hurucane, meaning evil spirit of the wind. Images of the path of destruction and the resulting floods of the visited terrain usually make headlines around the world, which are lately being used to sell technological climate change remedies. On 29 August 2005, one of those unwanted “evil spirits of the winds” took aim at New Orleans. Categorized as a 5 Atlantic hurricane, Katrina submerged about 80% of the Big Easy, killed 1800 people, displaced over 1 million people and left an unprecedented damage of $125 billion. Katrina certainly made history as one of the most devastating hurricanes ever. This year, Katrina was remembered since one of its relatives, hurricane Ida, “paid a visit” to the Gulf region and hit the vicinity of New Orleans as a category 4 Atlantic hurricane. Fortunately, the destruction was not anywhere comparable to the catastrophic proportions of Katrina, but what got me interested was that it hit the metropolitan area of New Orleans exactly to the day – just sixteen years later on 29 August 2021. …

HAARP and a timely connection to the COP 26 climate change conference

HAARP and a timely connection to the COP 26 climate change conference

HAARP and a timely connection to the COP 26 climate change conference
… Presently, much of the global weather activity is altered to a degree. With this kind of background the recent proclaimed global crisis can be in parts perceived as intended/planned or a result of geoengineering gone wrong. No matter how – we have very likely already reached a level in which we can not say with certainty what the weather/climate over the last decades really looks like. … Like with so many of these projects the first date and time of operation is nowhere to be found, so I had to follow a different lead. Reading about HAARP, one name that seems to be connected with the operation and inventions is the American physicist: Bernard J. Eastlund …

The tallest Ghost Tower – or how a chart could have saved Billions – free content

The tallest Ghost Tower – or how a chart could have saved Billions – free content

The tallest Ghost Tower - or how a chart could have saved Billions - free content
The Chinese tycoon Pan Sutong decided in the early 2000 to build the tallest skyscraper in Tianjin, China. His holding Goldin Group bought a sizable land for development on the outskirts of the city. To increase profit of the development the terrain around the almost 600 meter high apartment and commercial tower was designed to cater to the ultra rich. Mansions and a race horse track were planned to attract the super rich, but like many times in the world of property development – following the old wisdom – “build it and they will come” did not substanicalize for the developer. The contrary happened – the centerpiece of the development is now known worldwide as the tallest ghost scraper, meaning it never got finished nor did the development create any profit for the Goldin Group. It did not take minutes to figure out that the moment of the start of the building project already displays a “content of time” that is now on public display – a modern ruin …