Will a Superwave Arrive in 2017?

 

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P. LaViolette
December 29, 2016

An earlier posting (http://etheric.com/the-date-revealed-at-garabandal-for-the-coming-world-miracle/), discussed the revelation of Garabandal and attempted to infer the date of the miracle that the four young girls were told would affect the whole earth.  I had narrowed the possibilities down to two years: 2017 and 2020.  Based on hints left by one of the surviving girls, I had inferred that the "miracle" is to occur between April 8th through the 16th, hence during easter holy week.  Of the two years, I had chosen 2020 as a more likely possibility, based on the recurring miracle at St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox church in Milano.

A number of people who have responded to the posting, however, believe that the true date will instead be in 2017.  One person has suggested it will occur in May of 2017.  The 2017 date coincides with the prediction of Jake Simpson, a black project whistleblower who claims that a wave of energy will impact the solar system in that year causing a major global catastrophe.  In our Project Camelot interview, Kerry Cassidy suggested to me that the event Simpson was referring to might be a galactic superwave, whose arrival I had long been saying is much overdue.  See interview excerpt here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln_6TncuUN0 [For the entire interview click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oURVtGKW420].  Also Bob Dean another black project whistleblower who was interviewed by Project Camelot  also points to 2017 as a significant date, although he speaks of Earth encountering a planet (e.g., Planet X).

So, it is up to you to decide how much faith to place in these various predictions.  But it may be a good idea for one to be prepared in 2017, just in case.  If a superwave were to strike this coming year, the Starburst Foundation will go into high gear to help out in any way possible to inform people about the situation.  But since there could be an internet outage associated with this, it could be difficult to get the word out.  At this point I can offer the following advice.  The first indication of the super wave's arrival would be the impact of a gravity wave which would affect the whole planet, triggering earthquakes.  Immediately afterward the high energy cosmic rays would begin arriving and a bluish white star will begin to appear in the sky at the location of the Galactic center.  One should not delay to seek shelter at once in a cave or underground tunnel to escape the radiation hazard.  It would help to be prepared with a bag full of clothes and supplies that you could grab on a moment's notice. Remember to meditate or pray and to stay calm as there could be unusual psychological effects associated with the passage of the superwave.  The solar system will be bathed in negatively charged particles which will produce a negative mass gravitational potential (gravity potential hill), whereas normally we have been used to being surrounded by a positive mass gravity potential  (gravity potential well) produced by the Galactic core and Sun.  This G potential flip could produce noticeable psychological/mental effects.

The first three days will be the worst since the barrage will be most intense during that period.  After that one might venture outside if the radiation intensity is sufficiently low.  A geiger counter would come in very handy.  Hopefully by that time there will be people around who will have some information on the degree of the radiation hazard.  It would also help if you have access to a solar powered home that is off the grid.  Be aware that the Sun could become aggravated during the event and could produce excessive flares which could have more lethal effects than the superwave.

For more about superwaves read the postings on the sidebar of this webpage or read books available here such as Earth Under Fire  or  Galactic Superwaves.

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